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Presentations

Academic presentations

  • Rippon, I. (2020, January). Does loneliness and isolation influence the wellbeing of carers of people with dementia: a dyadic analysis. Loneliness and Social Isolation in Mental Health Network, London.

Academic presentations

  • Clare, L. (2019, May). IDEAL study presentation at St Petersburg
  • Quinn, C. & Oliver, K. (2019, May). Reflections on Patient and Public Involvement from the 'Action on Living Well: Asking You' (ALWAYs) advisory network. Presentation at Alzheimer's Society conference, London, UK.
  • Henley, J. (2019, July). 'We're happy as we are'. What are the psychosocial barriers to seeking a dementia diagnosis? WISERD Annual Conference, Cardiff, UK.
  • Quinn, C. (2019, July). Influence of positive and negative dimensions of dementia caregiving on caregiver wellbeing and satisfaction with life: Findings from the IDEAL study. British Society of Gerontology, Liverpool, UK.
  • Rippon, I., & Victor, C. (2019, July). The impact of relationship quality on loneliness in carers of people with dementia: findings from the IDEAL programme. British Society of Gerontology, Liverpool, UK.
  • van del Huevel, E. & Victor, C. (2019, July). Living well with memory problems for black and South Asian communities in the UK. British Society of Gerontology, Liverpool, UK.
  • Litherland, R. (2019, July). Breaking the stereotypes of research. Keynote Presentation at the Faculty of the Psychology of Older People National Conference 'Beyond the stereotypes of ageing: Tales of the unexpected', Southport, UK.
  • Knapp, M. (2019, August). IDEAL study presentation at the Department of Social Work and Social Administration, Hong Kong University.
  • Clare, L. (2019, September). What works well in Dementia. Keynote at the Admiral Nurses Forum, Warwick, UK.
  • Quinn, C. (2019, October). Caregivers' beliefs about dementia: Findings from the IDEAL study. Alzheimer Europe conference. The Hague, Netherlands.
  • Rusiak, K. (2019, October). Managing the Paper Mountain: Systems and Processes for Tracing, Managing and Transforming High Volume Trial Data from Paper Sources. Poster session presented at the 5th International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference, Brighton
  • The Gerontological Society of America's Annual Scientific Meeting, Austin, Texas November 2019

Other presentations

  • Jones, I.R. (2019, March). IDEAL study presentation at the National Assembly for Wales Cross Party Group on Medical Research
  • Quinn, C. (2019, May). IDEAL study presentation at the West Yorkshire R&D Research Event

Academic presentations

  • Rippon, I. & Victor, C.R. (2018, July). Which is the best way to measure loneliness in people with dementia? A comparison of single and multi-item measures. Presentation at the British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, Manchester.
  • Hillman, A., Jones, I.R., Quinn, C., Nelis, S.M., & Clare, L. (2018, July). Risking vulnerability: the precariousness of living with and caring for those with dementia. Presentation at the British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, Manchester.
  • Jones, I.R., Hillman, A., Quinn, C., Nelis, S.M., & Lamont, R.A. & Clare, L. (2018, July). Letting go of coherence: Qualitative interviews and the challenges of representing dementia. Presentation at the British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, Manchester.
  • Clare. L. (2018, July). Cognitive rehabilitation for people living with dementia: a practical framework for enablement. Keynote Presentation at the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies 46th Annual Conference, Glasgow
  • Clare. L. (2018, July). A comprehensive model of factors associated with subjective perceptions of living well with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Presentation at The Alzheimer's Association International Conference, Chicago.
  • Clare. L. (2018, July). Living well with dementia: findings from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life (IDEAL) study. Presentation at the Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) Conference, Chicago.
  • Morris, R. (2018, July). Measuring subjective accounts of symptoms and diagnosis in people with dementia: The development of the RADIX. Presentation at the International Neuropsychological
    Society 2018 Mid-Year Meeting, Prague.

Academic presentations

  • Clare, L., Martyr, A., Nelis. S.M., Quinn, C., Lamont, R., Henderson. C., Jones. I.R., & Victor, C. (2017, May). Living well with dementia: a systematic review. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brighton.
  • Quinn, C. (2017, July) Dementia narratives: how people understand and adjust to a diagnosis of dementia. Symposium at the British Society of Gerontology Conference 2017, Swansea.
  • Hillman, A., Jones, I.R., Quinn, C., Nelis, S. M., & Clare, L. (2017, July). Dualities of dementia accounts: biographical reinforcement and narrative economies. Presentation at the British Society of Gerontology Conference 2017, Swansea.
  • Clare, L., Quinn, C., Woods, R.T., & Jones. I.R. (2017, May). Understanding and adjusting to dementia: implications for how we talk to people about the condition. Presentation at the British Society of Gerontology Conference 2017, Swansea.
  • Oliver, K. (2017). Dementia Narratives – how people understand and adjust to a diagnosis of dementia – “Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk”. Presentation at the British Society of Gerontology Conference 2017, Swansea.
  • Scott, H. (2017) Social class, ageing, and forms of identity among women living with dementia. Presentation at the British Society of Gerontology Conference 2017, Swansea.
  • Clarke, R., Chen, H.L., & Rusted, J. (2017, July). Exploring psychological wellbeing in working dementia carers. Poster presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, London.
  • Martyr, A. Nelis, S.M., Quinn, C., Wu, Y.-T., Lamont, R., Henderson, C., Clarke, R., Hindle, J., Jones, I.R., Morris, R.G., Rusted, J.M., Thom, J.M., Victor, C.R. & Clare, L., (2017, July). Living well with dementia: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Poster presentation at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference, London.
  • Quinn, C. (2017, Oct). Improving the Experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life: Living well with dementia: the IDEAL study. Presentation at Interdem Conference, Berlin.

 Other presentations 

  • Clare, L., Martyr, A., Nelis. S.M., Quinn, C., Lamont, R., Henderson. C., Jones. I.R., & Victor, C. (2017, May). Living well with dementia: a systematic review. Presentation at the Devon Partnership Trust research conference, Exeter.

Academic presentations

  • Hillman, A. & Jones, I.R. (2016, Sept). Dualities of dementia accounts: Biographical reconstruction and narrative economies. Presentation at the British Sociological Association’s Medical Sociology Group's Annual Conference 7th-9th September 2016, Aston University, Birmingham.
  • Quinn, C. (2016, May). Living well with dementia. (PDF, 4.1MB) Presentation at the ‌Welsh Psychiatric Society Advanced Psychological Therapies, Swansea.
  • Clare, L., Quinn, C., Jones, I.R., & Woods, R.T. (2016, April). 'I don’t think of it as an illness': illness representations in mild to moderate dementia. Presentation at the British Psychological Society Annual conference, Nottingham.

Other presentations

Academic presentations: 

 

  • Clare, L. (2015, Jan.). Living well with dementia: the IDEAL study. Poster presentation at the GW4 Aging and Dementia (GW4AD) Consortium Conference, Bristol.
  • Clare, L. (2015, Feb.). Awareness, self-concept and the experience of dementia: foundations of a psychologically-informed approach to care and support. Presentation at the NEURODEM Cymru North Wales Conference, Bangor University.
  • Hindle, J.V. (2015, Feb.). Research in non-pharmacological interventions in Parkinson’s disease. Presentation at the NEURODEM Cymru North Wales Conference, Bangor University.

Other presentations

  • Watkins, C. (2015, Jan.). Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: the IDEAL study.Presentation at the Involving Older Adults in Research Awareness Workshop, The Wales Dementias and Neurodegenerative Diseases Registered Research Group, Wrexham.
  • Victor, C. (2015, Mar.). Living well with dementia: the IDEAL study. Presentation at the ‘New Directions in Dementia Research’ Meeting at the NIHR CRN Thames Valley and South Midlands, Buckinghamshire.
  • Clare, L. (2015, Sept.). Promoting health and well-being for older people and people with dementia. Presentation at the 50th Anniversary symposium, School of Applied Psychology, University College Cork, Ireland.
  • Quinn, C. (2015, Oct). The IDEAL Project. Research Showcase, Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Eden Project.

 

Academic presentations

  • Clare, L. (2014, Feb.). Awareness, self-concept and the experience of dementia: foundations of a psychologically-minded approach to care and support. Birrell Lecture, School of Psychology, Edinburgh University. Edinburgh.
  • Clare, L. (2014, Feb.). Awareness, self-concept and the experience of dementia: foundations of a psychologically-minded approach to care and support. Neuroimaging Skills for Dementia. University College Dublin, Dublin.
  • Jones, I.R. (2014, Feb.). Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: living well with dementia: the IDEAL study. Presentation at the Older People & Ageing Research & Development Network (OPAN Cymru) seminar, Swansea.
  • Clare, L. (2014, May). Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: living well with dementia. Presentation at the NISCHR CRC North Wales Collaborators Meeting, Bangor.
  • Clare, L., & Nelis, S.M. (2014, June). Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: living well with dementia. Presentation at the Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (FPOP) of the British Psychological Society Conference, Shrewsbury.
  • Martyr, A. & Clare, L. (2014, July). Awareness of functional ability in people with dementia: diagnostic accuracy and clinical implications. Poster presentation at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Other presentaions

  • Hindle, J.V. (2014, Mar.). An Old Dog Learning New Tricks. Presentation at the Welsh branch of the British Geriatrics Society, Llandrindod Wells.
  • Victor, C. (2014, Mar.). Dementia and Ageing. Presentation at the Brain Awareness Week, Brunel University, London.
  • Hindle, J.V. (2014, Mar.). An Old Dog Learning New Tricks. Presentation at the NISCHR Peer Review Meeting, Llandrindod Wells.
  • Rusted. J. (2014, June). Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: living well with dementia. Poster at Sussex Partnership Trust Annual Research Day, Sussex University.
  • Jones, I.R. (2014, Aug.). Living with Dementia: Social and psychological factors (IDEAL). Presentation at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Carmarthenshire.
  • Toms, G. & Quinn, C. (Nov. 2014). Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: the IDEAL study. Neuroskill end of study meeting, Bangor University.