Blogs and media

My day in the life of researcher blog  - March 2018

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This artists’ ‘chapbook’ encourages positive thinking about dementia - May 2018

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Blog by Wendy Mitchell, a person living with dementia, on here experience with the Unfurling of the Great Yorkshire Banners as part 'A Life More Ordinary' KE project - May 2018

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Longitudinal studies - those in which the same people are assessed over a period of time - help to improve our understanding of what it’s like to live with dementia and the impact it has on the person, their families or carers. NIHR Blog - Sept. 2018

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The IDEAL project PPI group (ALWAYs) reflect on their contributions to dementia research at Exeter on the Exeter Dementia Blog - Oct. 2018

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Health services must address multiple conditions in dementia care - Nov. 2018

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Aiming for an IDEAL world for everyone affected by dementia - blog on Alzheimer’s Society UK website - Nov. 2018

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Blogs

TV 

  • Annie Panton, diagnosed with dementia at 76, talks about her experience and involvement in research as part of World Alzheimer's Day 2017
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Blogs

TV 

  • Chris Roberts, a participant in IDEAL from north Wales, was followed by BBC Panorama for 18 months. During this time he was assessed as part of IDEAL by Dr Anthony Martyr and part of this assessment was featured on the programme, first broadcast on 2/06/16. Clips from the programme are available here including some of the assessment.

 

TV

BBC Breakfast

  • Chris Roberts, a participant in IDEAL from north Wales, appeared on BBC Breakfast 14/08/15 to discuss participating in dementia research and JDR. Chris spoke of his involvement with the IDEAL study. 

Victoria Derbyshire BBC2

  • A month in the life of people with dementia 8 April 2015 Keith Oliver, who is part of the IDEAL project Always network, appeared on the Victoria Derbyshire show on BBC2 talking about living with dementia.