Dementia: University Challenge
April 22, 2016
The Centre for Dementia, Institute of Mental Health, and the Centre for Applied Social Research, School of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Nottingham are proud to present: DEMENTIA: UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE The speakers will be introduced by Professor Tom Dening, Director of the Centre for Dementia. At the beginning of the seminar Pippa Foster, Alzheimer’s Society, …
Transforming cultures of care?
December 9, 2015
Author: Professor Justine Schneider ‘Transforming the culture of care’ is an expression used by well-intentioned people but sadly it seems to be a cliché in danger of losing its power to persuade. I heard it recently here: Alive! – lighting up older people’s lives. This clip illustrates how a delightful programme of music and dance …
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The Centre for Applied Social Research is a wide ranging interdisciplinary grouping which aims to understand the theoretical, policy and practice issues surrounding social care, health, criminal justice practices, the processes of caring and the nature and impact of social interventions. We do this through undertaking innovative theoretical and empirical research, informing social interventions and care practices.
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