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Month: July 2014

Diablog Number 5: On antipsychotic use in dementia

Posted in DiaBlog with Larry

On antipsychotic use in dementia Elizabeth Peel in conversation with Larry Gardiner In the fifth of a series of six blog posts I talk with Larry Gardiner. Larry describes himself as a Change Agent, Co-producer, Citizen Advocate, Gentle Irritant. I interviewed Larry who shared with me his experiences and views…

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Dementia “maze” article open access for a limited period

Posted in Publications

Our article, ‘“It’s a huge maze, the system, it’s a terrible maze”: Dementia carers’ constructions of navigating health and social care services’, which is currently ‘online first’ awaiting publication in the journal Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice, is available for free to all for a limited time. The article explores…

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Diablog Number 4: The importance of communication and meaningful interaction

Posted in DiaBlog with Larry

The importance of communication and meaningful interaction Elizabeth Peel in Conversation with Larry Gardiner In the fourth of a series of six blog posts I talk with Larry Gardiner. Larry describes himself as a Change Agent, Co-producer, Citizen Advocate, Gentle Irritant. I interviewed Larry who shared with me his experiences…

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