Tag Archives: Glasgow Caledonian University

The Dementia Citizens Project (Knowledge Hub / Nesta)

Summary The National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts (Nesta) has launched the Dementia Citizens website. This project aims to bring together researchers and people with dementia (and their carers and families) with a view to discovering novel ways … Continue reading

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Glasgow Coma Scale Update (Nursing Times / BBC News / PLoS Computational Biology / Nature Communications)

Summary The Glasgow Coma Scale has been updated forty years after its initial implementation. This Nursing Times article reviews the variations in technique which have developed since then, the scale’s current composition and application and the “structured approach” to the … Continue reading

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Video Game Creators Developing Digital Technologies to Help People with Dementia (BBC News Scotland / Glasgow Caledonian University)

Summary Young software experts and designers more usually at home in Scotland’s creative computer-games industry are taking part in a 48-hour “boiler-room” challenge, at Glasgow Caledonian University, directed towards the rapid development of life-changing digital products with the potential to … Continue reading

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