Dr Sarah Griffiths explains ‘Realist Methodology’ a theory-driven approach to developing and evaluating interventions, examining what happens in between A and B, recognising that people, not interventions, create change.
Blogs & features
Dr Anna Volkmer shares her top nine reasons for supervising students and shares her own experiences of transitioning from student to leader – read and listen on our website or in your podcast app
Catch up on last weeks NIH Alzheimer’s Research Summit – with presentations and discussion from research leaders from across the USA, A key strategic planning meetings tied to the implementation of the first goal of the US National Plan to Address Alzheimer’s Disease: to effectively treat and prevent Alzheimer’s disease by 2025.
Explore the updated NIHR resources and guidance for patient and public involvement in health and social care research.
Charly Harris is a Speech & Language Therapist, in her first blog for Dementia Researcher, Charly shares her story and what has inspired her to come back to academia.
Two years into her PhD and Beth Eyre hasn’t had an opportunity to attend a face to face conference. With fingers crossed for later this year, Beth reflects on the virtual ARUK 2021 sessions from earlier this month.