Launch of the UWS Institute of Healthcare Policy & Practice

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Join us to celebrate the launch of our new Institute of Healthcare Policy & Practice and find out about our research and partnership work to help meet the challenges facing Scottish, UK and global healthcare.

Following lunch at 1pm, Hugh Masters, Scottish Government Nursing Advisor (Mental Health Division), will formally open the event. A programme of presentations and demonstrations will commence at 1pm, providing valuable insight into current research projects and developments in healthcare across the Institute. Refreshments will be served at 5pm.

Public lecture – ‘Reframing dementia: raising awareness and challenging perceptions’ – Professor Anthea Innes, UWS

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In this public lecture, Professor Innes will draw on examples from her dementia research over the last two decades to discuss the challenges associated with dementia and the importance of raising awareness as part of the public health campaign to achieve an outcome where people live well with dementia for longer.

Professor Innes, recently joined UWS, was previously the inaugural Director and Head of the Bournemouth University Dementia Institute (BUDI). She has previously worked at the Dementia Services Development Centre at the University of Stirling, and also the Bradford Dementia Group. She is passionate about her subject and has been consistent in her focus on encouraging everyone to acknowledge the importance of working with people with dementia and other stakeholders to improve the lives and well-being of all those impacted by this condition.

To secure a place at either of these events please register on Eventbrite by closing date of 14 January 2016.

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