Emma Harding & Emilie Brotherhood are in the studio talking about the £3.5m Rare Dementia Support Impact study, researching the value of multi-component support groups for people living with or supporting someone with a rare form of dementia.
In this weeks podcast Megan Calvert-O’Hare talks to Emily Oliver and Naomi Gallant who are both Clinical Doctoral Research Fellows at the University of Southampton. Discussing their research into NHS Dementia Care and the role of the NIHR CLAHRC
If you’re just starting out in your studies or in your work as an Early Career Researcher – this podcast could help as our panel explore the the benefits of hindsight.. Dr Amy Monaghan talks to Dr Deborah Oliviera from the University of Nottingham, Hanna Isotalus from University of Bristol & Dr Mark Dallas from University of Reading.
In this podcast we reflect on the recent UK Dementia Care Research Summit. Adam Smith is joined by Hannah Churchill, Dr Tamara Backhouse and Dr Keir Yong discussing their highlights, and what the summit uncovered as the next steps for Dementia Care Research.
Faye Boswell and Katherine Gray from Alzheimer’s Society discuss the focus for future funding programmes, tips on writing your applications and an in-depth discussion about the 4 I’s. With insider experience from Dr Antoinette O’Connor, an Alzheimer Society-funded Clinical Research Fellow.
What is it really like to live, study and work overseas – our panel have come from across the world to do exactly that in the UK, listen as they discuss their experiences and share their advice for anyone thinking of doing he same.
In this recording Amy Monaghan talks to Timothy Rittman, Kellie Morrissey and Yvette Vermeer. We hear how these three individuals work with people with dementia, how this benefits their work, how to prepare, and how to approach working with individuals challenged by their symptoms.
Adam Smith talk to Dr Marianne Coleman, Dr Josie Jenkinson and Maxine Mackintosh. Discussing how our panellists approached the daunting task of writing their thesis, with hints and tips, a few ideas to inspire you to keep writing!
This month we will be in Los Angeles recording a podcast each day from the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (14th to 18th), and releasing them the very next day, so those who can’t attend don’t miss out. If you are there, why not join us on a panel?
As thank you for choosing to listen to our podcasts over the past two years, and engaging with our first three months of webinars, we are giving you a chance to win a great pair of Beats Studio Headphones,