News, events and blogs
MSc in Dementia Online Tutor Ellie Robinson-Carter is the creator of The Photobook Project, where people from a wide range of communities living with dementia document what matters to them with a single-use camera.
How can language be used to change attitudes to dementia? Student Lucy Carroll discussed the issue as part of an assessment for the online MSc in Dementia.
This book review is by Martha Hodge, a current student on our part-time, online MSc in Dementia.
Janine Lane is a current MSc in Dementia student and a Specialist Nurse Practitioner for Dementia, one of several roles she carries out,.
We sat down with current MSc in Dementia student Megha Samuel, who's an NHS Consultant and mum of two. She talked to us about what motivated her to study dementia, how she applies insights from the course into her work as a doctor, and how she balances studying with family life.
Emma Wolverson, Programme Director for the University of Hull Online's MSc in Dementia, responds to a report by The Alzheimer's Society about the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the lives of people living with dementia and their families.
Dove House Hospice in Hull, who helped develop the MSc in Dementia module on 'Dying Well with Dementia', have shared some insights into the impact of COVID-19 on hospice care.
We're publishing blog posts submitted by current MSc in Dementia students as part of the module 'Dementia: Critical Starting Points', The group were asked to write about language and dementia.