Search results for 'Dementia' (4)
Sarah Jane Smith
Sarah’s research concerns understanding the cognitive changes people with different types of dementia may experience, for example changes in ability to remember parts of your personal history or remember to do something in the future. Investigating everyday changes that people experience in their thinking abilities assist researchers to develop individualised approaches to diagnosis, as well as providing tailored post diagnostic support that respects the different challenges that people living with dementia experience.
Dr Nathaniel Milton
Nat has an international reputation in the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery and Diagnostics research field. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology and part of the Biomedical Sciences team in the School of Clinical & Applied Sciences.
Dr Sarah Burden
Sarah is a Registered Nurse, an experienced Senior Lecturer and a Senior Fellow of the HEA. Following clinical practice in intensive care and medicine, she has been involved in higher education across pre-and post-registration and Continuing Professional Development programmes in the UK since 2001. She currently sits on the Royal College of Nursing Education Forum Steering Committee.
Professor Claire Surr
Claire Surr is Professor of Dementia Studies. She has over 20 years’ experience conducting applied research, teaching and enterprise activities, with a focus on dementia workforce education and training and approaches to improving the quality of formal dementia care.