In a change to our usual AAIC review format, Adam Smith has narrated his blog for our podcast. He shares the top stories from the week, discusses the platform and his own highlights.
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Adam Smith talks about Dementia Champions, their work, living well with dementia and the overall narrative and how dementia is perceived as a result – read or listen on our website, YouTube and in your favourite podcast app.
Today Adam Smith will be speaking at the World Dementia Council global dialogue on early career scientists. In this blog he talks to the issues he hopes will raise, asking how we can rebalance and improve careers, and provide more support.
Ever had a grant or manuscript rejection? Ethics challenges or experiment that didn’t work? Adam Smith has some tips to build your resilience, to help you overcome these hurdles.
Adam Smith blogs to share news from Alzheimer’s Disease International, and to thank researchers for all they do.
Research from NIHR Evidence shows the numbers of people who take part in health research varies across England. But overall, health research does not take place in areas where the burden of disease is highest.
Adam Smith discusses what he learned from the recent UK Dementia Care Research Summit, and his top 10 take-aways that could improve dementia care research.
Today, Morgan Daniel takes (or took, depending on when you’re reading this) over the Dementia Researcher Twitter account. Sharing her day to inspire others thinking of following this path, and taking your questions. Could that also be the right path for you?
Our own Adam Smith has turned to blog writing to try to share some good general rules for video calls, he assures us this wasn’t aimed at anyone specific. Top tips for these times of remote working.
At some point, there comes a time when every student or academic needs to email a strange Professor. This blog from Adam Smith, may just make the different between getting a reply, or getting ignored.
Adam Smith shares news on the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia current inquiry and explains how and why you should share your thoughts into the process – Listen or Read.