Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and the Contentious Reimagining of Alzheimer Disease-Related Dementia as Environmental Diseases.
This study will examine everyday cultures of restrictive practices in the care of people living with dementia (PLWD) during an acute hospital admission in order to understand the nature, rationales, and experiences of PLWD, their families, and ward staff.
The PriDem programme has been funded by the Alzheimer’s Society to develop and test a ‘good practice’ model of primary care led, post diagnostic dementia care. It will review existing practice and research on primary care based post-diagnostic support to make sure we build on what we know already.
Improving social care practice by integrating mouth and teeth care in personal care for people living with dementia.
Providing personal care in the context of families affected by dementia.
Exploring the implications that communication around dementia can have for public understanding and for the wellbeing of those diagnosed with the syndrome, using corpus linguistics.
A national evaluation of social prescribing for people with dementia
A realist evaluation of recovery college support for people with dementia
A feasibility RCT of a cognitive assessment tool for use in care homes to create person centred care plans.
Co-designed music therapy intervention and pilot on 2 mental health wards for people with dementia
Adapting and testing an intervention for carers of people with dementia.