Call for Abstracts: Creative Approaches to Qualitative Dementia Research

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Despite a growing acknowledgment of the rights of people living with dementia to have their experiences included in research and to be active research participants rather than only subjects, people living with dementia are too often excluded from qualitative research. This is in no small part because traditional approaches to qualitative research do not ‘fit’ this population and may need to be adapted, and more creative approaches to qualitative research may be called for.

This special issue will gather together a collection of articles which take creative approaches to redesigning qualitative research methods and research practices to be more inclusive, and to fit the competencies of the people involved in the studies. We aim for this collection to both guide and inspire the way qualitative research is conducted for, and with, people living with dementia so that the voices of people living with dementia can be present in/guide research.

The submitted manuscripts for this special collection will be peer-reviewed before publication.

Please submit your manuscript according to the following timetable for this Special Collection.

Abstract Deadline

January 31, 2022

Manuscript Deadline

September 30, 2022

If you are interested in being part of this Special Collection, abstracts of no more than 300 words should be emailed to Dr. Joseph Webb at Joseph.webb@bristol.ac.uk before January 31st, 2022. Please see below for further details including Aims and Scope and full publication timeline.

An article processing charge may apply upon acceptance of your paper.

Lead Guest Editor

Joseph Charles Webb
University of Bristol, UK

Co-Guest Editors

Jemima Dooley
University of Bristol, UK

Anna Volkmer
University College London, UK

Danielle Jones
University of Bradford, UK

Hannah Wheat
University of Plymouth, UK

Sarah Griffiths
University College London, UK

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