In her latest blog, Speech and Language Therapy Researchers, Dr Anna Volkmer talks to the value of conversation analysis, as a tool for life, not just for dementia – read or hear Anna read her own words.
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Can the research culture inside the NHS be improved? What role can non clinicians play? New blog from Anna Vollkmer discussing research culture inside the health service.
Guest Blog – Dementia care over the last 25 years: From “there is nothing we can do” to “a range of interventions”
We need more dementia researchers to make use of the funding available, and to ensure we can find new treatments and ways to improve care and eventually beat the disease. Dr Anna Volkmer takes us through a few of the discoveries research has found in the past 25 years.
Guest Blog – from down under: Attending the International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias 2018 in Sydney
New Blog from Anna Volkmer, Cutting to the good stuff – 10 great things about this years ICFTD Conference
There are many things that researchers can do to maximise the person’s ability to participate in decision making. Here are some top tips from Anna Volkmer for researchers working with people with dementia:
New blog from Anna Volkmer – tips and hints and guidance (and how to use them) for anyone attempting to produce an information or consent form for their study.
Guest Blog – Implementation Science: Why Dementia Research is the most exciting place to be working……
What motivates you in your work? What drives you and gives you the passion continue? Dr Anna Volkmer discusses her own work, and how she finds the implementation of discovery exciting.
New blog from Anna Volkmer – An international collaboration: Spreading the word on speech and language therapy approaches to managing primary progressive aphasia.