Tag Archives: University of Stirling

Routine Soccer Heading Diminishes Memory Capacity in the Short-Term? (BBC News / EBioMedicine)

Summary Researchers at the University of Stirling have been able to demonstrate that heading a football twenty times during routine soccer practice can result in impaired cognition and memory; with performance being reduced by 41% – 67%, albeit with these … Continue reading

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Investigations Into Increasing Use and Awareness of Assistive Technology in Dementia Care (BMJ Open)

Summary Qualitative research explores the views of general practitioners (GPs), people with dementia and their carers concerning the uses of assistive technology in dementia care. This study, based on community care settings in the North East of England, identifies four … Continue reading

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Building a Dementia Inclusive Society: Highlights From Recent Bupa UK Webinar (Bupa UK / DigitasLBi)

Summary The “Building a Dementia Friendly Society” webinar, hosted by Bupa UK, held on Tuesday October 20th 2015, arrived at the following conclusions: While the focus in the UK is on building a dementia-friendly society, we need to start thinking … Continue reading

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Building a Dementia Friendly Society Webinar (Bupa UK)

Summary A “Building a Dementia Friendly Society” webinar, hosted by Bupa UK, takes place on Tuesday October 20th 2015, between 11am – 12pm. Full Text Link Reference Making the UK a dementia friendly society – a webinar. [Online]: Bupa UK, … Continue reading

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Practical Guide to Dementia-Friendly Environments: the Access Audit (Innovations in Dementia)

Summary Innovations in Dementia (ID) have produced a quick checklist on how to perform an audit with the aim of making buildings more suitable for people with dementia. The “access audit” includes an assessment of how persons with dementia typically … Continue reading

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Cognitive Assessment: Differentiating the Three Ds “Dementia, Delirium and Depression” (Nursing Times / University of Stirling DSDC)

Summary Nursing Times Learning has produced a new learning unit to assist in the differential diagnosis between dementia, delirium and depression in older people. The aim is to offer training / continuing professional development which helps ensure patients receive the … Continue reading

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DSDC Training and Advice Services in West Midlands (DSDC / The Lighthouse)

Summary The respected Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) at Stirling University will provide a free information event entitled “Changing the Culture of Dementia Care” at Sandwell’s The Lighthouse. The Lighthouse Project has established a dementia resource hub in the West … Continue reading

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