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Tag: University of Exeter
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.
In this Webinar, Byron introduces the concept of MBI, and presents his recent research into prevalence and cognitive correlates in healthy older adults and introduce new findings on genetic associations.
New research projects announced under the ESRC-NIHR Dementia Research Initiative 2018, aiming to improve the lives of people living with dementia.
In the third of our on location podcast recordings from the AAIC in Chicago, our panel of Early Career Researchers are here to discuss some of fantastic presentations from the world largest dementia research conference.
Day Four AAIC 2020 Podcast – Public Health; Dementia Care and Psychosocial Factors; Dementia Care Practice. Our last AAIC podcast for 2020, sharing news and views. Today Adam Smith chairs and talks with Dr Riona McArdle, Dr Byron Creese and Esther Wiskerke.
First time host Piers Kotting chats to Professor David Llewellyn from the University of Exeter and Dr Carol Routledge, Director of Research from Alzheimer’s Research UK. Discussing the new Deep Dementia Phenotyping (DEMON) Network, and how you could become involved.
A special podcast recording made on location from the Dementias Platform UK (DPUK) datathon at the University of Exeter, we discuss how ‘data’ is being used to push new frontiers in dementia research.
A semi-serious chat with three early career researchers about self-care in academia – delivered in a two part special.
So much to talk about we made it a two part special – part two of ‘A semi-serious chat with three early career researchers about self-care in academia’.