Chris Lawes has been Chair of the PPI Panel on a programme of work around supporting the navigation of services for dementia care. In this blog post, he briefly describes the work to date and gives an overview of how this has changed.
One in two people in the UK will have direct experience of dementia, either as a carer or as someone who develops dementia, or both.
Come along and speak to your local governors about what is important to you in healthcare and the services provided by the Oxford University Hospitals (OUH). Oxford City Constituency Meeting … Read more
Researchers from the University of Oxford are looking for volunteers to take part in a group interview to discuss safety concerns that unpaid carers face and the support they need … Read more
Dementia Oxfordshire has been working with Dr Rene Wiedner from the University of Warwick, exploring the concept of ‘knowledge mobilisation’ in dementia support systems since 2020. This recently culminated in … Read more
Researchers at the University College London are inviting family and unpaid carers of people living with dementia to take part in their latest research. The study hopes to explore how … Read more