Stroke survivors were given the opportunity to view their artwork at the launch of a unique exhibition at Bournemouth University on 26th January 2016 The artworks are the result… »
Posts Tagged: “ageing”
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Angela Warren, Service User & Carer Coordinator, HSC, attended BUDI’s Festival of Learning event held on Saturday 14th June. She gives her personal an account of the event. As part… »
Clare Cutler, Project Manager for Bournemouth University Dementia Institute (BUDI) visits Puerto Rico. Every year the prestigious Alzheimer’s Disease International conference welcomes practitioners, academics, people living with dementia, medical professionals… »
Dr Samuel Nyman, member of BUDI and Senior Lecturer in Psychology, DEC earlier this month was invited back to Australia for another research visit to Monash University. Dr Nyman was invited to visit… »
Dr Fiona Kelly, Associate Director (Research), Dr Rick Fisher Acting Associate Director (Education) and Project Manager Clare Cutler represented the Bournemouth University Dementia Institute (BUDI) at the 2014 Alzheimer’s Care… »
Bournemouth University Dementia Institute (BUDI) held its third open meeting at the university on 14 May, with this year’s theme being dementia friendly environments. The day was well attended by… »
On Saturday the 14 June, 10-2, BUDI will be showcasing a range of projects that all demonstrate how we can live well with dementia. This family friendly event encourages everyone… »
Last week we were on a study visit to Italy and were lucky enough to visit and meet Italian colleagues from four regions who are doing some pretty innovative… »
Thanks to BU’s Fusion Investment Fund (FIF) Mobility Strand Funding, Bournemouth University Dementia Institute (BUDI) are delighted to be welcoming colleagues from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New… »
The Gay and Pleasant Land? Project is a research project that took place as part of the New Dynamics of Ageing Programme(a unique collaboration between five UK Research Councils—ESRC, EPSRC,… »
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… »
Reducing the risk of falls by motivating older people to do preventative exercise.
Researchers use novel methodologies to engage ‘seldom heard’ voices.