The conference this year will focus on the intelligent use of data and technology in the care sector and the ways in which it can further enhance the quality of care. Given the pressures that the sector faces in so many areas, the challenge for care providers today is how to work smarter, not necessarily…
Tag: Care Research
Would you like to… Keep up to date with what’s happening within the Wessex region in relation to dementia research and/or education? Meet people with similar interests to share ideas and resources? Then please join the Dementia Action Research & Education Network (DARE). A forum set up to meet other professionals, facilitate knowledge and exchange…
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, discussing her patient and public involvement in reviewing YOD memory clinic services
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
Guest Blog – People with dementia are still able to engage in daily tasks – so let’s stop doing everything for them
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, exploring the fine balance between caring, helping, empowering and disempowering people with living with dementia.
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, discussing her work at the NIHR CLAHRC in the North West, engaging people with Young-onset Dementia and sharing the outputs of earlier research.
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.
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, discussing Social Prescribing – It’s not only tablets that can make you feel better
The IDEAL Study has published two free online masterclasses – aimed at researchers wanting to improve techniques for qualitative interviews of people with dementia, and involving people with dementia & carers in research.
Join Dr Megan O’Hare talkgin with Jane Gregg and Dr Josie Jenkinson. Discussing their work on understanding how people with dementia perceive themselves and their future once they receive a diagnosis of dementia and how that links with service use in the NHS.
This team of Early Career Researchers from Leeds Beckett University talk about their work delivering research focused ‘Improving Care & Support for People with Dementia’