his is a full-day pre-conference workshop for PhD and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) with an interest in care, as part of the Sustainable Care International Conference (CARE: Challenges and Solutions for a Sustainable Future) being held at the University of Sheffield on 1-2 April 2020.
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…
The conference will be organised around the theme “Priorities the Global Research and Progression of Novel Drugs and Technologies in Dementia and Dementia Care”. A global annual meeting of innovators and organisations in terms to exhibit the most recent research and consequences of researchers related including decisions about novel drug discovery, technical development in care methods,…
Creative Arts and Dementia: Developing Best Practice is designed to highlight and showcase the very best practice across arts, health and social care sectors and to explore how we can embed this in care homes and in the community.
The first ‘Dementia Care Research summit’ will celebrate successes in dementia care research to date. We will review the landscape today and consider how the research and policy community can drive forward this vital area of research to change the lives of the over 850,000 people living with dementia today and their loved ones.
The summit is supported by Alzheimer’s Society, National Institute of Health Research and the Economic and Social Research Council.
During this one day conference, leading experts will impart their knowledge and wisdom, discussing key trends for the future of care in focused speaker slots. Delegates will hear from those who are at the forefront of shaping the industry. There will also be two dedicated panel sessions providing the chance for the audience to ask…
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, discussing her patient and public involvement in reviewing YOD memory clinic services
Clarissa Giebel shares details of how her covid-19 dementia research studies have been conceived, funded, approved and started recruiting in under two weeks.,