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Core PenCLAHRC funding currently supports three PhD studentships in the area of dementia care. Additional funding from the NIHR supports another four PhD fellows exclusively from nursing and allied healthcare backgrounds. This is part of the NIHR Research Capacity in Dementia Care Pilot Programme (RCDCP). More details below:
|Supervisor:||Professor Chris Dickens|
|Project:||Living well with dementia: a PhD programme to develop a complex intervention that integrates healthcare for people with dementia|
|Supervisor:||Professor Chris Hyde|
|Project:||Optimizing cognitive assessment in primary care to support a more effective route to dementia diagnosis|
|Supervisor:||Professor Ray Jones|
|Project:||Exploring the use of video calls to help prevent loneliness and reduce the risk or impact of dementia|
|Research Capacity in Dementia Care Pilot Programme students|
|Supervisor:||Professor Bridie Kent|
|Project:||More than tea and cake: A realist evaluation of memory cafes in Cornwall|
|Project:||The nutritional care of people living with dementia at home|
|Supervisor:||Dr Jo Thompson Coon|
|Project:||Developing a nursing intervention, using the concept of Amalgamation of Marginal Gains, to improve fundamental nursing care for people living with dementia|
|Supervisor:||Dr Vicki Goodwin|
|Project:||Physiotherapy for people with dementia|
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