Archives: 2018

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Photo of the Week: The TACIT Trial

(Click image to see full size) The TACIT Trial: TAi ChI for people with demenTia This week’s photo of the week is Dr Samuel Nyman‘s entry of a Tai Chi class… »

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The secret information hidden in your hair

[Above image] Shutterstock By Dr Richard Paul, Bournemouth University. Your hair can say a lot about you. It doesn’t just give people clues about your personality or your taste in music…. »

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Digital addiction: how technology keeps us hooked

By Dr Raian Ali, Bournemouth University; Dr Emily Arden-Close, Bournemouth University, and Dr John McAlaney, Bournemouth University The World Health Organisation is to include “gaming disorder”, the inability to stop gaming,… »

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Game On!: Promoting inclusive gaming for people with dementia.

Over the summer, Bournemouth University’s Ageing and Dementia Research Centre (ADRC) are delivering a free, half day workshop that aims to provide practitioners, care home employees and carers with knowledge and… »

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Virtual Avebury nears completion

The simulation of Avebury being creating as part of the Virtual Avebury project is being built in Unity 3D by virtual reality specialists Daden Ltd , with bespoke soundscapes developed by a consortium of sound… »

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Interactive web portal development

Following on from an initial literature review for the TRACS project, quantitative findings and consultations within RBCH Trust, the team are now progressing to developing an interactive web portal. This… »

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Photo of the Week: All My Meeples

(Click image to see full size) All My Meeples Our next Photo of the Week is Alexandra Alberda‘s photo of her drawing of people engaging with Graphic Medicine comics at… »

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Autism screening tool may not pick up women with the condition

[Above image] Nikodash/Shutterstock.com By Rachel Moseley, Bournemouth University and Julie Kirkby, Bournemouth University Diagnosing autism is expensive and time consuming, so a screening tool is used to filter out those… »

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Photo of the Week: Surviving the advertising apocalypse with RAISA

Surviving the advertising apocalypse with RAISA (Robotics, Artitical Intelligence, Service Automation). Our Photo of the Week series has returned and we’re kicking off with Elizabeth Falkowska’s research photo in collaboration… »

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Humanising Care, Health and Wellbeing Conference 2018

You are welcome to join us at our Humanising Care, Health & Wellbeing Conference, 21st – 22nd June 2018. In the Centre for Qualitative Research, we have developed a philosophically driven approach to caring,… »

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How to hunt a giant sloth – according to ancient human footprints

[Above image] : Alex McClelland, Bournemouth University By Matthew Robert Bennett, Bournemouth University; Katie Thompson, Bournemouth University, and Sally Christine Reynolds, Bournemouth University. Rearing on its hind legs, the giant… »

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