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Pregnancy termination trajectories in zambia: maximising research impact

Dr Ernestina Coast | Social Policy | 01 June 2014

Unsafe abortion is a significant preventable cause of maternal mortality and morbidity. In zambia it remains a major challenge, despite legalised abortion and a favourable policy framework. This project aims to maximise the impact of research that ha ...

Support for carers of people with early onset dementia

Professor Heather Gage | 31 March 2014

Research to assess policies and strategies for dementia in the young (rhapsody) aims primarily to analyse the health and social care systems and infrastructures available to the severely burdened yet underserved group of people with young onset demen ...

Pride - promoting independence in dementia

Professor Martin Orrell | 01 March 2014

This programme aims to: investigate how lifestyle changes may reduce risk of dementia, and understand the social impact of dementia develop and evaluate a social intervention to enhance independence for people with dementia. The english longitudinal ...

Applying relationships science to contemporary interventions

Dr Abigail Millings | 24 February 2014

The applying relationships science to contemporary interventions seminar series is a 3-year programme of nine mini-conferences designed to facilitate dialogue around relationships science between key stakeholders in contemporary interventions. Events ...

Actifcare: acces to timely formal care

Professor Robert Woods | 01 January 2014

Timely access to services, such as home care, is widely recognised as important for quality of life for people with dementia and their supporters and for reducing health care costs, for example by postponing nursing home placement. However, in practi ...

Living well with dementia

Professor Linda Clare | 01 January 2014

Enabling people with dementia and carers to ‘live well’ with the condition is a key uk policy objective. The aim of this project is to identify what helps people to live well or makes it difficult to live well in the context of having dem ...

Global health security

Professor Stefan Elbe | 30 November 2013

Traditionally the areas of global health and security have been seen as important but clearly distinct. However, the past decade has seen the rise of a number of issues which cross this boundary; from the threat of bioterrorism in the post 9/11 world ...

Health risks and benefits of extended working life (the heaf study)

Professor Keith Palmer | 03 November 2013

The need to keep britain's ageing population economically active has prompted government policies to extend working lives. However, such work may not be feasible for those with major health problems and, depending on occupational and personal circums ...

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