MBCHF is a forum for discussion and learning focused on dementia care in communal settings such as nursing homes, care homes and extra care housing.
The Forum, named after a passionate and innovative dementia campaigner, provides an opportunity for staff, carers and others with an interest in this area to gather and discuss means of improving the quality of care and life for people with dementia living in care homes.
We meet on four Wednesday afternoons a year, between 2pm – 4pm. (Prior to the pandemic, these meetings took place at King’s College London, usually on the Waterloo Campus.) Meetings are free to attend and open to all. Certificates of attendance are available.
Forum meetings are usually structured around three talks by invited speakers and typically attract upwards of 30 attendees.
Until further notice the forum will take place online only.
Getting in touch
The Margaret Butterworth Care Home Forum is jointly co-ordinated by Dr Jennifer Wenborn of University College London and Dr Kritika Samsi of the NIHR Health & Social Care Workforce Research Unit at King's College London.
We are always looking for people who would like to report the results of their project, service development or research. If you have a suggestion for a topic at a future meeting please contact Jennifer or Kritika.
If you would like to be on the Forum emailing list to be kept up to date with details of forthcoming meetings please contact: Kritika (Our Privacy Notice)