Dr Clarissa Giebel discusses the latest briefings and reports from the UK APPG and World Health Organisation, and reflects on what made the spotlight, and what didn’t.
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Dr Clarissa Giebel reflects and updates on the recent Liverpool Dementia & Ageing Research Conference, available to watch back now on the NIHR ARC MWC YouTube Channel.
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, discussing her patient and public involvement in reviewing YOD memory clinic services
Clarissa Giebel shares details of how her covid-19 dementia research studies have been conceived, funded, approved and started recruiting in under two weeks.,
International research collaborations can help bring a new perspective to your work, and ensure the findings or intervention can be used elsewhere. Dr Clarissa Giebel discusses how her research is going global in her latest blog – read or listen.
Essential reading for any early career researcher writing their first grant application – because getting your costings right, and managing the budget are a key skill, and can mean the difference between grant acceptance or rejection.
Dr Clarissa Giebel wants her research to influence policy and bring about real change, but to do that you need to know how policy is decided.
Clarissa reflects on 2019, and looks forward to a new year and some of the big tasks ahead for her research – and the stress of delivering on a successful grant application.
Guest Blog – Health inequalities in dementia care – Knowledge Exchange between Maastricht & Liverpool
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, sharing feedback from a recent knowledge exchange trip between Maastricht & Liverpool addressing health inequalities in dementia care