Ageing & Dementia: PGR
All posts listed below (newest first).
Vladislava Segen: How does ageing affect ability to recognise places, stay oriented & navigate successfully
Student: Vladislava Segen Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Start Date: November 2017 Supervisory Team: Professor Jan Wiener, Dr Tim Slattery and Marios Avraamides Project Overview: Vladislava’s project is using… »
Raysa El Zein: Dietary intervention study using coconut oil to evaluate effects of ketone metabolism in older adults
Student: Raysa El Zien Email: email@example.com Start Date: November 2017 Supervisory Team: Professor Jane Murphy, Dr Shanti Shanker, Professor Peter Thomas Project Overview: the aim of this project… »
Clare Cutler: Quality of Life and Digital Gaming: The benefits of a technology based intervention for community dwelling people living with dementia
Student: Clare Cutler Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Start date: October 2012 Supervisory Team: Professor Jonathan Parker, Dr Fiona Kelly and Christos Gatzidis Project overview: The aim of Clare’s research is to explore… »
Iram Bibi: Evaluation of the use of behaviour change techniques in delivering Tai Chi to improve quality of life among older people with dementia
Student: Iram Bibi Email: email@example.com Start date: September 2016 Supervisory Team: Dr Samuel Nyman, Professor Remco Polman and Professor Peter Thomas Project overview: The aim of the PhD is to assess… »
Student: Mananya Podee (Mandy) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Start date: September 2014 Supervisory Team: Dr Kip Jones and Dr Michelle Heward Project overview: The aim of Mananya’s research is to critically evaluate… »
Chris Hilton: The role of attention in spatial (dis)orientation in people with early signs of dementia.
Student: Chris Hilton Email: email@example.com Funder: Bournemouth University Start date: January 2016 Supervisory Team: Dr Jan Wiener, Dr Tim Slattery and Dr Sebastien Miellet Project overview: The decline in our ability to… »
Yolanda Barrado-Martin: Process evaluation of a Tai Chi exercise intervention to prevent falls among older people with dementia.
Student: Yolanda Barrado-Martín Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Funder: National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Start date: January 2016 Supervisory Team: Dr Samuel Nyman, Professor Remco Polman and Dr Michelle Heward. Project overview:… »
Postgraduate researchers in the Faculty of Science and Technology showcase their research projects.
Mevalyn Cross. Restoring the human dimensions to health service delivery: Evaluating the impacts of a novel theory-driven improvement strategy for the care of older people in hospital
Evaluating the effectiveness of the humanisation framework in improving patient care on an elderly care ward.
Physical inactivity is the ‘fourth’ leading risk factor for mortality globally, accounting for 3.2 million deaths annually.
Exploring the meaning of home for those aged over 65 years.
Clare Cutler: Benefits of a technology group on the quality of life for people with dementia living within the community
Researcher: Clare Cutler Clare Cutler joined Bournemouth University Dementia Institute (BUDI) in May 2012 as a Research Assistant and as a part time PhD student in October 2012. In July… »
Sarah is an energetic, creative and professional individual, who has a sound social science background and an honours degree in Sociology with Social Research. Since graduating from Plymouth University Sarah… »
My background is in Sociology and having completed my MA in Social Research I joined BUDI as a KTP associate. The objective of the KTP was to evaluative a conceptual… »
Researcher: Mary O’Malley Mary O’Malley gained a PhD position focusing on Dementia Friendly Architecture supervised by Dr Jan Wiener, Professor Anthea Innes and Dr Mariela Gaete Reyes. She is interested… »
Colleen Deane: Exploring the metabolic and molecular basis of age-related declines in human skeletal muscle regenerative capacity
Researcher: Colleen Deane Colleen Deane is a PhD student within the School of Health and Social Care under the supervision of Dr. Jane Murphy and Dr. Timothy Etheridge. After graduating… »
Ben Hicks: A study to explore the potential benefits of computer game technology for older men with dementia who reside in rural areas of Dorset
A study to explore the potential benefits of computer game technology for older men with dementia who reside in rural areas of Dorset