A discussion paper series for the Promoting Activity, Independence and Stability in Early Dementia (PrAISED) research programme designed to help people with mild cognitive impairment or early stage dementia to remain healthier and more independent for longer.
Join a focus group (Nominal Group Technique) and help shape the future of 'personalising' exercise for people with dementia
We need: people with dementia, carers and professionals (clinicians, exercise instructors, managers, voluntary organisations) who deliver exercise for people with dementia
Your expertise: apply your knowledge to refine a 'personalisation' resource
Location: we hope to meet face-to-face at a mutually convenient location. If this is not possible due to local government guidance for the Covid-19 pandemic, we will meet via a virtual video meeting.
Time: you will take part in up to 4 group sessions, lasting approximately 1 to 2 hours each.
Get in touch: email@example.com or call 0115 823 0237
PrAISED Discussion Paper Series: PrAISED Therapist’s manual. Issue 8. December 2022
PrAISED Discussion Paper Series: PrAISED Implementation Study Protocol. Issue 7. November 2022.
PrAISED Discussion Paper Series: Statistical Analysis Plan for the PrAISED Full-Scale RCT. Issue 6. November 2022
PrAISED Discussion Paper Series: A systematic review of measures of apathy for older adults: validity, reliability and conceptualisation of apathy. Issue 5. July 2019
PrAISED Discussion Paper Series: Consultation on the Implementation of the PrAISED Intervention, Issue 4, October 2018.
PrAISED Discussion Paper Series: PrAISED Checkpoint Report, Issue 3, November 2017.
PrAISED Discussion Paper Series: Writing for Publication, Issue 2, January 2017.
PrAISED Discussion Paper Series: Dissemination and Implementation, Issue 1, November 2016.
About the PrAISED programme
Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing
The University of Nottingham
Medical School, QMC
Nottingham, NG7 2UH
telephone: +44 (0) 115 8230239
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