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Dementia Care Access Project

Dementia Care Access Project

This project is looking to interview people with dementia and/or their carers about their experiences of navigating services. They are currently seeking 10-14 people from Oxfordshire.  

The interviews will take place over zoom (or other video platform), for 60-90 minutes (which could be split into 2 sessions if more convenient).

If you’re interested, or would like more information, please get in touch with the lead the lead researcher, Dr Rene Wiedner – rene.wiedner@wbs.ac.uk.

Full details can be found in this PDF:

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