Felicity Slocombe discusses the start of her work on collective remembering or co-remembering and how it can be used in interactions with people living with dementia to help support identify.
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Felicity Slocombe shares the progress she is making in her research, and the lessons she has learned so far from analysing conversations, and pouring data aka video recordings.
Subject Pronouns in English – I, We, You, He, She, They, and It – small words that take on a whole new meaing when listening back to conversations between loved ones living with dementia. Felicity Slocombe explores the topic.
PhD Students Felicity Slocombe and Chloe Waterman explore neuro-culture and neoliberalism arguing these are negatively impacting people with dementia.
Meet new staff blogger Felicity Slocombe, PhD Student from Loughborough University, researching interactions and identity in dementia. In her first blog we’re eased in with an introduction to her background, motivations and work.
Research ethics are the moral principles that govern how researchers should carry out their work. Felicity Slocombe has some advice for getting your submission approved first time around (yes it is possible).