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Events

Events

  • British Psychological Society Annual conference, Brighton, May 2017 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Living well with dementia: a systematic review. The full list of co-authors is: A. Martyr, S.M. Nelis, C. Quinn, R. Lamont, C. Henderson. I.R. Jones & C. Victor.
  • International Federation on Ageing's Global Think Tank on Ageing, April 2017 - Professor Linda Clare participated in the meeting focused on cognitive reserve and its implications for policy and practice.
  • British Neuropsychiatry Association 30th Annual Meeting, London, February 2017 - poster presentation by Dr Sharon Savage on Long-term follow-up in Transient Epileptic Amnesia: Prognosis over 10-20 years. (PDF, 379kb) The full list of co-authors is: C. Butler, J. Baker, J.R. Hodges & A. Zeman.
  • Division of Neuropsychology 5th Annual Conference, London, November 2016 - keynote presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Awareness in dementia.
  • International Neuropsychological Society mid-year conference, London, July 2016 - continuing education presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage dementia.
  • International Neuropsychological Society mid-year conference, London, July 2016 - invited symposium presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Cognitive reserve mitigates the negative association between mood and cognition: evidence from a national cohort. The full list of co-authors is: C.A. Opdebeeck, F.E. Matthews, R.T. Woods, & C. Brayne, C. on behalf of the MRC.
  • International Neuropsychological Society mid-year conference, London, July 2016 - symposium by Professor Linda Clare on Living with cognitive disability: innovations in neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation for people with progressive neurodegenerative conditions.
  • International Neuropsychological Society mid-year conference, London, July 2016 - presentation by Dr Ola Kudlicka on Living with cognitive disability: innovations in neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation for people with progressive neurodegenerative conditions.
  • International Neuropsychological Society mid-year conference, London, July 2016 - poster presentation by Dr Anthony Martyr on Awareness of functional ability in people with early-stage dementia. Professor Linda Clare is a co-author.
  • International Neuropsychological Society mid-year conference, London, July 2016 - poster presentation by Dr Anthony Martyr on Assessing inhibitory control in early-stage dementia and Parkinson's disease using
    the Hayling Test. The full list of co-authors is: E. Boycheva & A. Kudlicka.
  • Devon Dementia Conference, Exeter, July 2016 - Dr Ruth Lamont and Dr Anthony Martyr attended the conference and had a REACH exhibition stand.
  • Welsh Psychiatric Society Advanced Psychological Therapies, Swansea, May 2016 - presentation by Dr Catherine Quinn on Living well with dementia. (PDF, 4130kb)
  • University of Exeter, April 2016 - ThinkTank presentation by Dr Tam Watermeyer on Psychological aspects of motor system disorders: Living with Parkinson’s disease and Motor Neurone Disease. Organised by REACH.
  • British Psychological Society Annual conference, Nottingham, April 2016 - symposium by Professor Linda Clare on Psychological approaches to understanding the experience of people with dementia: exploring awareness and translating research into improved quality of care.
  • British Psychological Society Annual conference, Nottingham, April 2016 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on 'I don’t think of it as an illness': illness representations in mild to moderate dementia. The full list of co-authors is: C. Quinn, I.R. Jones & R.T. Woods.
  • British Psychological Society Annual conference, Nottingham, April 2016 - presentation by Professor Robin Morris on Greater awareness of functional impairment may be a cause of lower mood state in people with dementia. The full list of co-authors is: A. Martyr, S.M. Nelis, I.S. Markova, I. Roth, R.T. Woods, & L. Clare.
  • British Psychological Society Annual conference, Nottingham, April 2016 - presentation by Dr Jen Yates on Mild cognitive impairment and mood: the role of health - A CFAS Wales Study. The full list of co-authors is: L. Clare & R.T. Woods.
  • International Federation on Aging Global Summit, Copenhagen, April 2016 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on .
  • University of Exeter South Cloisters VIP Opening Event, March 2016 - poster presentation by the REACH team on The Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health. (PDF, 697kb)
  • University of Exeter, February 2016 - ThinkTank presentation by Dr Alex Hillman on Ethics in Practice: An Ethnographic Study of Dementia Diagnosis. Organised by REACH
  • Gerontological Society of America Orlando, November 2015 - symposium by Professor Linda Clare & Professor Christina Victor on behalf of the IDEAL study team on Living well with dementia: preliminary insights from the IDEAL study.
  • Gerontological Society of America Orlando, November 2015 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Understanding and adjusting to dementia: implications for how we talk to people about the condition. The full list of co-authors is: C. Quinn, R.T. Woods & I.R. Jones.
  • Gerontological Society of America Orlando, November 2015 - presentation by Professor Robin Morris on Being less aware of functional decline may preserve emotional well-being in people with dementia. The full list of co-authors is: A. Martyr, S.M. Nelis, I.S. Markova, I. Roth, R.T. Woods, & L. Clare. 
  • Gerontological Society of America Orlando, November 2015 - presentation by Professor Ian Rees Jones on Capitals, assets and resources: a framework for understanding the lived experience of dementia. The full list of co-authors is: C. Victor, & L. Clare on behalf of the IDEAL study team.
  • Research Showcase, Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Eden Project, October 2015 - presentation by Dr Catherine Quinn on The IDEAL Project.
  • University of Exeter opening of the new South Cloisters building, St Luke’s campus, October 2015 - poster presentation by the REACH team on The Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health. (PDF, 728kb)
  • 50th Anniversary symposium, School of Applied Psychology, University College Cork, Ireland, September 2015 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Promoting health and well-being for older people and people with dementia.
  • England Launch of the FPOP Early-Stage Dementia Papers London, July 2015 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on From ideas to evidence: developing cognitive rehabilitation interventions for people with early-stage dementia.
  • College of Occupational Therapy Annual Conference Brighton, June, 2015 - presentation by Sue Evans on What do people with early-stage dementia identify as meaningful therapy goals? The full list of co-authors is: P. Page, J. Pool, E. Besso, S. Evans, J. Green, A. Tranah and L. Clare.
  • College of Occupational Therapy Annual Conference Brighton, June, 2015 - presentation by Ruth Johns on Goal-orientated cognitive rehabilitation: improving the experience of dementia. The full list of co-authors is: J. Pool, E. Besso, H. Cunnane, C. Freestone, S. Gerbase, I. Hart, L. Clare, C. Lawrence, Z. Simkin and A. Kudlicka.
  • Neurodegeneracje: III Scientific Conference, Gdansk, Poland, May 2015 - Invited speaker presentation by Dr Ola Kudlicka on Impact of executive deficits on quality of life in Parkinson’s disease.
  • Academic centres for psychosocial research in dementia meeting, The Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham, May 2015 - presentation by Dr Anthony Martyr on the Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health. (PDF, 871kb)
  • NEURODEM Cymru North Wales Conference, Bangor University, February 2015 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Awareness, self-concept and the experience of dementia: foundations of a psychologically-informed approach to care and support.
  • NEURODEM Cymru North Wales Conference, Bangor University, February 2015 - presentation by Dr Ola Kudlicka on Pattern of executive impairment in mild to moderate Parkinson's disease. (PDF, 720kb)
  • NEURODEM Cymru North Wales Conference, Bangor University, February 2015 - presentation by Dr Anthony Martyr on Awareness of everyday functional ability in people with early-stage dementia.
  • NEURODEM Cymru North Wales Conference, Bangor University, February 2015 - presentation by Ms Carol Opdebeek on How does cognitive reserve impact on the relationships between mood, rumination, and cognitive function in later life? (PDF, 491kb)
  • GW4 Aging and Dementia (GW4AD) Consortium Conference, Bristol, January 2015 - poster presentation by Professor Linda Clare on The Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health. (PDF, 728kb)
  • 10th International Congress on Non-Motor Dysfunctions in Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders Nice, December 2014 - presentation by Dr Ola Kudlicka on Pattern of executive impairment in mild to moderate Parkinson's disease‌. The full list of co-authors is: L. Clare & J.V. Hindle.
  • Be Active 2014, Canberra, Australia, October, 2014 - presentation by Dr Jeanette Thom on Behaviour change to promote healthy ageing in over 50s: Physical activity, function and health results from the Agewell trial. The full list of co-authors is: J. Cooney, S.M. Nelis, J.V. Hindle, J. Nixon, I.R. Jones, C.J. Whitaker & L. Clare.
  • Beyond Frailty: the Future of Old Age, VUMC Amsterdam, September, 2014 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Awareness, self-concept and the experience of dementia: foundations of a psychologically-minded approach to care and support.
  • Alzheimer's Association International Conference Copenhagen, July 2014 - symposium chaired by Professor Linda Clare on Behaviour and lifestyle change for primary and secondary prevention of dementia: developments and challenges. The full list of presenters is: K. Anstey, N. Lautenschlager & L. Baker.
  • Alzheimer's Association International Conference Copenhagen, July 2014 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Behaviour change to promote healthy ageing and reduce risk of dementia in later life: results from the Agewell Trial. The full list of co-authors is: S.M. Nelis, J.V. Hindle, I.R. Jones, J.M. Thom, J.A. Nixon, J. Cooney, & C.J. Whitaker.
  • Alzheimer's Association International Conference Copenhagen, July 2014 - poster presentation by Dr Anthony Martyr on Awareness of functional ability in people with dementia: diagnostic accuracy and clinical implications. Linda Clare is a co-author.
  • Alzheimer's Association International Conference Copenhagen, July 2014 - poster presentation by Dr Anthony Martyr on Bilingualism, executive control and cognitive reserve: implications for prevention of Alzheimer's disease. The full list of co-authors is: J.V. Hindle, C.J. Whitaker, F.I.M. Craik, E. Bialystok, P.A. Martin-Forbes, A.J.M. Bastable, K.L. Pye, C. Quinn, E.M. Thomas, V.C. Mueller Gathercole & L. Clare.
  • Alzheimer's Association International Conference Copenhagen, July 2014 - poster presentation by Ms Carol Opdebeeck on Cognitive reserve and cognitive function: a meta-analysis. The full list of co-authors is: A. Martyr & L. Clare.
  • Alzheimer's Association International Conference Copenhagen, July 2014 - poster presentation by Dr Catherine Quinn on Self-management group interventions for people with MCI or dementia: a systematic review. The full list of co-authors is: G. Toms, D. Anderson & L. Clare.
  • British Neuropsychological Society Oxford, June 2014 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Neuropsychological rehabilitation for people with memory difficulties due to early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Faculty for the Psychology of Older People Conference Shrewsbury, June 2014 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Behaviour change to promote health and well-being in later life: findings from the AgeWell trial. The full list of co-authors is: S.M. Nelis, J.V. Hindle, I.R. Jones, J.M. Thom, J.A. Nixon, J. Cooney, & C.J. Whitaker.
  • Faculty for the Psychology of Older People Conference Shrewsbury, June 2014 - presentation by Dr Sharon Nelis on Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: living well with dementia. The full list of co-authors is: L. Clare. R. Guss & C. Burley.
  • NISCHR CRC North Wales Collaborators Meeting Bangor, May 2014 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Research in ageing and cognitive health: promoting well-being in later life and dementia.
  • Neuroimaging Skills for Dementia. University College Dublin, February 2014 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Awareness, self-concept and the experience of dementia: foundations of a psychologically-minded approach to care and support.
  • Birrell Lecture, School of Psychology, Edinburgh University, February 2014 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Awareness, self-concept and the experience of dementia: foundations of a psychologically-minded approach to care and support.
  • GREAT NWORTH Clinical Trials and Data Seminar Programme Bangor, December, 2013 - presentation by Dr Ola Kudlicka on Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias: multi-centre, single-blind randomised controlled trial.
  • Gerontological Society of America New Orleans, November 2013 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on quality of life in early-stage dementia: longitudinal trajectories and predictors of change. The full list of co-authors is: S.M. Nelis, A. Martyr, I. Markova, I. Roth, R.T. Woods, C.J. Whitaker& R.G. Morris.
  • Gerontological Society of America New Orleans, November 2013 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on an awareness-based intervention to improve quality of life for residents with severe dementia in long-term care. The full list of co-authors is: R. Whitaker, R.T. Woods, C. Quinn, H.Y. Jelley, Z.S.J. Hoare, M. Downs & B. Wilson.
  • Gerontological Society of America New Orleans, November 2013 - poster presentation by Ms Carol Opdebeeck on mood, thinking style and cognition in later life: the impact of cognitive reserve. The full list of co-authors is: S.M. Nelis, C. Quinn, & L. Clare.
  • Division of Neuropsychology London, November 2013 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on ‘I feel as though there’s nothing the matter with me’: understanding and assessing awareness in people with dementia.
  • Division of Neuropsychology London, November 2013 - poster presentation by Dr Anthony Martyr on Executive function in people with early-stage dementia: an exploration of commonly used tests. (PDF, 210kb)
  • Division of Neuropsychology London, November 2013 - poster presentation by Dr Ola Kudlicka on Pattern of executive impairment in mild to moderate Parkinson’s disease.
  • National Service Framework for Older People, North Wales Regional Meeting Glyndwr University Wrexham, November 2013 - presentation by Dr Sharon Nelis on Behaviour change to promote health and well-being in later life: The AgeWell study.
  • Gwynedd Older People Council Annual Conference, Portmadog, October, 2013 - presentation by Dr Sharon Nelis on Behaviour change to promote health and well-being in later life: The AgeWell study.
  • DeNDRoN Clinical Studies Group meeting London, September, 2013 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on The GREAT Trial. Goal-oriented rehabilitation in early-stage Alzheimer’s and related dementias: multi-centre, single-blind RCT.
  • Federation of European Societies of Neuropsychology and German Neuropsychology Society Berlin, September, 2013 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on The GREAT Trial. Goal-oriented rehabilitation in early-stage Alzheimer’s and related dementias: multi-centre, single-blind RCT.
  • Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine, Annual Scientific Conference, Royal College of Surgeons Dublin, September, 2013 - presentation by Jennifer Cooney on Impact of poor fitness and obesity on older adults living in a rural community. The full list of co-authors is: J.M. Thom, S.M. Nelis, J.V. Hindle, I.R. Jones & L. Clare.
  • Psypag Lancaster, July 2013 - presentation by Ms Carol Opdebeeck on Mood, thinking style and cognition in later life: the impact of cognitive reserve.
  • Faculty for the Psychology of Older People Conference Colchester, July 2013 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on Self-concept and identity in those with early stage dementia.
  • International Neuropsychological Society Hawaii, February 2013 - two poster presentations by Dr Anthony Martyr on Executive functioning and activities of daily living in early-stage dementia: a correlational meta-analysis, (PDF, 326kb) and on Executive functioning and activities of daily living in older people. (PDF, 233kb)
  • Neurodem Annual Conference Cardiff, November 2012 - presentations by Professor Linda Clare on AwareCare: an awareness-based intervention to improve quality of life for residents with severe dementia and by Dr Aleksandra (Ola) Kudlicka on quality of life, health status and caregiver burden in Parkinson’s disease: relationship to executive functioning.
  • International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics Cape Town, October 2012 - presentation by Professor Linda Clare on cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage dementia.
  • Alzheimer's Association International Conference Vancouver, July 2012 - presentations by Professor Linda Clare and Dr Sharon Nelis on aspects of awareness in early-stage dementia.
  • World Congress for NeuroRehabilitation Melbourne, May 2012 - workshop on cognitive rehabilitation in dementia and a talk on awareness in early-stage dementia by Professor Linda Clare.