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Tag: University of Southampton
This is the third of three guest blogs from Early Career Researchers who observed the recent ARUK Grant Review Board
How do you convert your 75,000 word PhD thesis into publications? Dr Kellyn Lee from the University of Southampton shares her advice and experiences, after tackling the same challenge in this great guest blog.
Podcast – Dementia and risk enablement in NHS and Social Care settings (Functional Objects and Mobility)
Megan Calvert-O’Hare talks with Dr Pippa Collins and Kellyn Leed from the University of Southampton. Discussing their work to support people with dementia to stay mobile while in hospitals, and the benefits of enabling use of functionality objects in hospitals and nursing homes.
Consultant Admiral Nurse with Dementia UK and Visiting Fellow at the University of Southampton, working to improve dementia care in hospitals and inspired in her spare time by George Formby (turned out nice again), boom boom.
When not travelling Naomi can mostly be found researching Dementia Care in hospitals with a specific focus on mealtimes as part of her PhD studies (now completed, congratulations Dr Gallant) at NIHR CLAHRC Wessex and University of Southampton.