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Celebrating our transplant anniversary

14 January 2015

Almost 30 years ago in 1984 ben hardwick touched the whole nation’s hearts when his mother appealed on esther rantzen’s bbc programme that’s life for a new liver to save his life. His and other...

Dementia isn't the end of fun!

14 January 2015

Ways in which popular technologies can be used to enable people with dementia to have fun as well as unlock memories and enhance communication with relatives and carers will be showcased during the ec...

Trained NHS therapists can help insomniacs

14 January 2015

Insomnia sufferers in england could have greater access to successful treatment, thanks to a training programme developed as part of trials of cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia (cbti), funded b...

Risk averse carers hasten dementia decline

25 October 2013

Focussing only on keeping people with dementia physically safe can actually contribute to the person’s decline and result in the unnecessary loss of a person's skill

Research improves social care training in Cornwall

14 January 2013

With reports of abuse in care settings rising, it has never been more vital that staff are trained to provide the highest standards of care to vulnerable people. For this reason cornwall council enlis...

Tackling financial exploitation of elderly people

09 February 2012

Professionals who are in close contact with elderly people could soon be in a better position to spot if they are being financially exploited thanks to a pioneering new study funded by the uk research...

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