Tag Archives: Bournemouth University

Lost and All At Sea: Game-Players Feed Dementia Research? (BBC News / Neuroscience 2016 Conference / Alzheimer’s Research UK)

Summary Researchers at University College London have used a popular video game called Sea Hero Quest to investigate how players’ sense of direction and navigational ability typically decline over a lifetime. Analysis of the results could help dementia researchers develop … Continue reading

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Support For People With Dementia in Eating and Drinking Well (Bournemouth University / Burdett Trust for Nursing)

Summary Researchers at Bournemouth University have announced the release of a workbook and training film, entitled “Eating and Drinking Well: Supporting People Living with Dementia”. These resources have been developed from the Understanding Nutrition and Dementia Study (funded by the … Continue reading

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Exploring Applications of the Appreciative Inquiry Methodology (JCN / Open Nursing Journal / BMC Nursing / Dementia)

Summary Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a qualitative research methodology which has roots in action research, organisational learning and organisational culture change. Articles have been published recently which incorporate appreciative inquiry in their approach to various healthcare topics of interest. Exploring … Continue reading

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Investigating Activity, Nutrition and Hydration Among People With Dementia in Care Homes (Bournemouth University / Burdett Trust for Nursing)

Summary Research in Dorset care homes conducted by Bournemouth University, funded by the Burdett Trust for Nursing, has revealed significant individual variations in physical activity, possibly relating to observed variations in calorie and fluid intake among people with dementia. Daily … Continue reading

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