In this blog Dr Nicolas Farina explores what it means to be ‘dementia’ friendly, and looks to the future and a dementia friendly society
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.
New blog from Anna Volkmer – An international collaboration: Spreading the word on speech and language therapy approaches to managing primary progressive aphasia.
Blog from Clarissa Giebel, discussing new dementia care services and how researchers can support service evaluation, and don’t always have to lead the development of interventions.
Guest Blog – Using co-design methods to co-create technology with people with dementia and their carers
Over the last few years there has been an explosion of technology in healthcare. Ever since personal computing evolved in the 1980’s, followed by the Internet (or World Wide Web), patients and families can access health information faster than ever before and connect with others worldwide for advice and support. Mobile devices and later on…
Anna Volkmer is a NIHR Doctoral Fellow at University College London, in her blog she discusses her work to develop a new speech and language therapy intervention for people with language led dementia.
Paul Brownbill, is from the University of South Wales, in his blog he talks about ‘Quality of Life and the Role of Communal Space in Sheltered Housing’
I am a researcher in the School of Medicine at Cardiff University. My background is in nursing, but I have been an applied health researcher for the past 5 years, working in clinical trials and other types of studies, in different populations and settings, but more recently in care homes. I recently led a study…