PrAISED Discussion Paper Series
ISSN 2399-3502

Sustaining wellbeing after a dementia diagnosis

 
Location
NG5 1PB, Nottingham, Nottingham City Hospital, Online, Postgraduate Education Centre
Date(s)
Tuesday 10th January 2023 (09:00-16:30)
Contact

Register now:

Complete the booking form and email the completed form to Sarah.Swift@nuh.nhs.uk

Description

In person and online | Free of charge

PrAISED study overview and presentation of results:

  • Main study results
  • Process evaluation
  • Economic evaluation
  • Implementation study

With guest speakers:

Maud Graff

  • Professor in Occupational Therapy Rehabilitation Department & Institute for Quality of Healthcare Research (IQ healthcare), Radboudumc, Radboud Institute for Health Sciences (RIHS), Radboud University Nijmegen

Linda Clare

  • Professor of Clinical Psychology of Ageing and Dementia
  • REACH: The Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health, University of Exeter Medical School
  • Dementia Theme Lead, NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula
Provisional Programme
Time Event Speaker 
9am  Registration and refreshments   N/A
 9.30am  Session One: Chair  Prof John Gladman
 9.35am Key Note 1:  The power of meaningful daily performance and social participation. Lessons learnt from implementing evidence based community occupational therapy and interdisciplinary rehabilitation interventions for frail older people in routine care in the Netherlands and Europe. Prof Maud Graff
10.25am   The PrAISED Study: Overview Prof Rowan Harwood 
10.35am   Intervention Development Dr Vicky Booth 
 10.50am  Delivering the PrAISED intervention Helen Smith 
11.05am   Coffee break and poster viewing  
11.30am   Session Two: Chair Dr Veronika van der Wardt 
11.35am   Main Study Results Rupinder Bajwa and Clare Burgon 
11.50am   Process and realist evaluation Dr Claudio Di Lorito 
12.05pm   Economic evaluation Dr Vicotry Ezeofor and Dr Ned Hartfiel 
12.20pm   Implementation study Dr Emma Adams 
12.35pm   The PrAISED study: Audience questions Dr Veronika van der Wardt 
12.50pm   Lunch and poster viewing  
13.40pm Session Three: Chair Prof Sarah Goldberg
13.45pm Key Note 2: GREAT Cognitive Rehabilitation: from initial idea to implementation. Prof Linda Clare
14.30pm

Session Four:

Breakout Session 1 (Please choose one)

B1. PhD presentations

B2. Delivering PrAISED in practice

B3. Social Return on Investment for PrAISED

B1. Rupinder Bajwa & Annabelle Long

B2. Dr Alison Cowley, Helen Smith & Site Therapists

B3. Dr Ned Hartfield

15.05pm

Breakout Session 2 (Please choose one)

B4. PhD presentations

B5. Patient & Public Involvement in PrAISED

B6. Preparing for implementation of PrAISED in practice

B4. Clare Burgon & Louise Howe

B5. Dr Claudio Di Lorito, Marueen Godfrey, Marianne Dunlop

B6. Dr Robert Vickers

15.30pm

Coffe break and poster viewing

 
15:55pm

Session Five: Chair

Prof Rowan Harwood
16:00pm

World Falls Guidelines - Cognition and Exercise

Prof Tahir Masud
16:15pm

Audience questions

Prof Rowan Harwood
16:30pm

Closing Remarks

Prof Rowan Harwood

PrAISED Discussion Paper Series

Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing
The University of Nottingham
Medical School, QMC
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

telephone: +44 (0) 115 8230239
email: john.gladman@nottingham.ac.uk