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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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ESRC Festival of Social Science short report

ESRC Festival of Social Science short report On 5th November 2016, A PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT EVENT “High-Tech Dementia: Transforming Care and Homes”, was held at the University of East Anglia’s Norwich Electronic Assistive Technology (NEAT) Suite as part of the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) 14th Annual Festival of Social […]

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European Dementia Care Summer School

European Dementia Care Summer School In September CLAHRC East of England Research Capacity in Dementia Care Programme (RCDCP) joined forces with the University of Southampton Alzheimer’s Society Doctoral Training Centre to provide a European Summer School for 17 dementia care doctoral students. Hosted by the University of Linköping in Sweden, […]

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CLAHRC Research Features in Independent Review of NIHR Research on End of Life Care Services

CLAHRC Research Features in Independent Review of NIHR Research on End of Life Care Services An independent themed review  “Better Endings Right care, right place, right time” features a number of CLAHRC research projects as examples of evidence to support those delivering, planning or using end of life services. CLAHRC East of England Theme […]