(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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On Tuesday 26th September, ADRC’s Dr Samuel Nyman was invited to present to the Department of Health, University of Bath. He presented on, “Promotion of physical activity among people with… »
On 20 September 2017, Verwood & Three Legged Cross Dementia Friendly Community (VDFC) conducted an open public event in Crane Valley Golf Club, Verwood, to promote a healthy lifestyle among… »
The TACIT Trial Team at Bournemouth University Ageing & Dementia Research Centre are looking for people living with dementia and their carers to take part in an exciting new study…. »
The Ageing and Dementia Research Centre (ADRC) team had a fantastic session ‘Growing Up and Getting Old’ at the Festival of Learning last week. Attended by people with dementia, carers… »
As part of Bournemouth University’s annual Festival of Learning, BU’s Ageing & Dementia Reseach centre will be running an event to share a number of research projects and activities. Wednesday… »
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… »
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:… »