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I joined PenCLAHRC in September 2015 to work within the Evidence Synthesis Team. The main purpose of my post is to lead a systematic review relating to the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practices in dementia care. By the end of this review which is supported by the Alzheimer’s Society, we will hopefully know more about effective strategies to disseminate and implement practices to improve dementia care, and the associated barriers and facilitators.
Prior to my role as an Associate Research Fellow, I completed a PenCLAHRC-funded PhD investigating the role of lifestyle factors and metabolic dysfunction in late onset dementia. During my studies I was involved in a number of systematic reviews and prospective analyses of potentially modifiable dementia risk factors. Now I hope to use my enthusiasm and skills to contribute to dementia research by working on this project aiming to strengthen the link between academic research and service delivery.
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University of Exeter Medical School
Areas of expertise
Dementia, Evidence Synthesis
23 June 2017
A national collaboration supported by PenCLAHRC, investigating
ways to support prisoners with mental health problems both...
22 June 2017
New research, supported by PenCLAHRC, has shown that the youngest
pupils in each school year...
16 June 2017
Carers have spoken about the value of sharing their experiences
with students and researchers at...
Theme: Mental Health & Dementia
A research programme examining a public health intervention
designed to help members of the public...
Theme: Evidence for Policy and Practice
Providing modelling evidence of the optimal size for an expanded
Ambulatory Care Unit (ACU) at...