Theme 2: Ageing and Dementia

    Projects

  • Implementation of trained mealtime volunteers to help older hospital patients in a range of ward areas

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  • The Southampton Mobility Volunteer programme to increase physical activity levels of older inpatients: a feasibility study

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  • Improving the assessment of older people in hospital by implementing the measurement of grip strength into routine ward care.

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  • Comprehensive geriatric assessment in primary care: The Fit for Later Life Project

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  • Implementation of care guidelines, educational tools and management of cognitive impairment and dementia in acute and community healthcare setting - Huntington's disease

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  • Neuro LTC: Assessing baseline factors and critical events that influence care requirements in long term neurological conditions

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  • Measuring the impact of Dementia in younger age groups (YODA) study.

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  • Brain Imaging in Dementia Study (BRAIID)

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  • Dementia care home diagnosis

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  • Dementia Diagnosis Rate Modelling

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  • Exploring temporality and its effect on communication between nursing staff and patients with dementia in acute hospital wards.

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  • A mixed method study exploring meal time experiences for people with dementia in acute hospital wards.

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Professor Helen Roberts
Professor of Medicine for Older People - Theme 2 co-lead

Dr Christopher Kipps
Clinical Director for the Strategic Clinical Network at NHS England (Wessex) for Mental Health, Dementia and Neurological Conditions - Theme 2 co-lead

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Annual Research Fellows Conference 2017
Tue 17th October 09:00-16:00
Eastleigh

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