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The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is committed to working in partnership with students to offer “an outstanding broad-based international education to talented students” (Global Strategy 2020). This is exemplified by the initiative to develop a series of evening workshop masterclasses that unite UG and PG across all programmes to explore common themes.

Join us on Wednesday 16 May, focusing on the fascinating theme of Dementia, with experts speaking from across the Faculty.

Use the hashtag #DementiaIPM

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5:30-5:50 Dementia, Professor Tom Dening, Institute of Mental Health

5:50- 6:10 Exercise for People with Dementia, Victoria Hood-Moore, Physiotherapy

6:10 -6:30 Alcohol and Dementia, Assistant Professor Katy Jones, Medicine

6:30-6:40 Q&A

6:40-7:00 Refreshments and Networking

7:00-7:20 The Arts and Dementia - Emily Cousins and Emma Broome, PhD students, TAnDem (The Arts and Dementia)

7:20 - 7:40 BOUGH Study – Dr. Kristian Pollock, Principal Research Fellow in the Sue Ryder Care Centre for the Study of Supportive, Palliative and End of Life Care.

7:40-8:00 Q&A


All are invited to attend, and we encourage everyone to continue the discussion afterwards over refreshments.

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