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The thing with maps…

Dementia friendly communities blog post 01/07/2017   The thing with maps… By Professor Tony Arthur What is it with maps? There is nothing as powerful as a map to demonstrate at a glance how social, demographic, health, and political factors are distributed within and between different regions of the country. In […]

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Dementia Friendliness and Age Friendliness

Dementia friendly communities blog post 01/06/2017 Dementia Friendliness and Age Friendliness   by Dr Stefanie Buckner Earlier DemCom blogs have focused on what Dementia Friendly Communities are, and on measuring their impact. This post looks at dementia friendliness in relation to age-friendliness. Both are approaches that have been adopted in […]

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When we say ‘dementia friendly’, what are we comparing it to?

Dementia friendly communities blog post 09/05/2017 When we say ‘dementia friendly’, what are we comparing it to?   By Christopher Skedgel The DEMCOM study is, in part, about understanding the impact of dementia friendly communities on the well-being of people with dementia and their carers. We expect that different forms […]

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What is a dementia friendly community?

Dementia friendly communities blog post 01/04/2017 What is a dementia friendly community?                                                                              […]

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Reflections from Health Services Research UK Conference: Blog by Helena Wythe

Reflections from Health Services Research UK Conference 13 & 14 July 2016, Nottingham Conference Centre. The CLAHRC East of England’s IMPRESS (IMPRESS: Researching the Implementation and evaluation of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in CLAHRC East of England Research.) study benefited from two PPI co-researchers (Penny Vicary and Amander Wellings) and this conference […]

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