UKDC 2016 Speaker Presentations

Speaker Presentations

The following presentations have kindly been made available to download.

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Tuesday 1 November

Involving stakeholders in research: Claire Holliday and Roslynn Azzam, University of Bradford
Should we welcome a future of robots, avatars and digital technology in dementia care: Chris Pickford, University of Salford

Wednesday 2 November

Early Bird Session
Assessing mental capacity – who decides: Sara Wilcox, Pathways Through Dementia
Dance for life – evaluation of a professional dance intervention: Edana Minghella
Review of the relationship between oral health and dementia, with best practice tips: Amanda Thompsell, South London Maudsley NHS FT
Using biographical films in dementia care: Jorg Roth, My Life Films
Why don’t we go in the garden: Debbie Carroll and Mark Rendell, Step Change Design

Plenary Session 1
Dementia strategies for success: Professor Sube Banerjee, Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Parallel Session 1
Barbara’s Story: Amanda Buttery, Health Innovation Network
Caring for people with dementia with Lewy Bodies Parkinsons in UK care homes: Cecilia Yardley, Parkinsons UK
Celebrate and educate: Anna Eden, Young Dementia
Closing the gap – training care practice and organisational policy: Michal Herz and Isabelle Latham, University of Worcester
Dear GP: Aileen Jackson and Rebecca Jarvis, Health Innovation Network
Developing a live in service for young onset dementia: Zoe Elkins and Emma Sadler, The Good Care Group
Involving Individuals – diagnosed with young onset dementia: Elspeth Mathie and Andrea Mayrhofer, University of Hertfordshire
Revitalising a dementia qualification for care staff: Jill Conroy, The Fremantle Trust
The Grub Club dining group: Gillian Drummond and Cath Riley, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS FT
The what works study: Claire Surr and Cara Gates, Leeds Beckett University
What does living with dementia mean: Nada Savitch, Innovations in Dementia Always Group

The Tom Kitwood Memorial Address
– Innovating in long term care: Professor Arlene Astell

Parallel Session 2
Acto dementia: Phil Joddrell, University of Sheffield
– Factors which influence quality of life in family cares of people with dementia: Stephanie Daley, Sussex Partnership NHS FT
– Musical pictures – Can they benefit residents who are distressed: Claire Peart, Barchester Healthcare
– Reflecting on the first year of outstanding activities: Jude Sweeting, Ladder to the-moon
– RSAS National Resource Centre for carers of people who live with dementia: Claire Goodchild, RSAS
Tangible memories a story creator: Gill Roberts, Alive Activities
– The effectiveness of training staff to use the Daily Sparkle: Suzanne Mumford, Care Prepared
– Triangle of care – best practice guide: Louise Marks, Carers Trust
– We all have a voice – talking-mats: James Munro, Patient Opinion

Parallel Session 3
A novel approach to supporting teams: Dr Claire Royston, Four Seasons Healthcare
– A pyschological study of the care relationship: Esther Ramsay-Jones, Open University
– Dementia friendly hospices: Lindsey Collins, University of Bradford, and Jane Chatterjee, St Gemma’s Hospice
– Different realities and beliefs in dementia: Roberta Caiazza, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS FT
– How are the most healthy care environments designed? : William Roland, McMorran Architectonicus
– It’s not just about missing that appointment: Chris Ryan, Forget Me Nots, and Tanya Clover, Clover Care Consultants
– Quantifying the benefits of peer support – a social return on investment: Amy Semple
– Seldom heard stories in Life Story Network: Ruth Eley, Life Story Network
– Supporting your service to be dementia aware: Jan Leeks, University of Hertfordshire
– The dementia golden ticket – an emerging new model of care: Emma Costello and Kim Grovesnor, NHS High Weald Lewes
– The development of heuristics to help aid practioners: Nathan Davies, University College London
– The healthy living club: Alise Kirtley, Independent consultant, and Simone Florio, Health Living Club

Thursday 3 November

Early Bird Session
– Motivating residents in care to participate in activities: Craig Stevens, Alive Activities
– Practical ideas for preventing falls: Julie Whitney, National Health Research Institute, and Amanda Buttery, Health Innovation Network
– Understanding assessing community engagement: Marina Buswell, University of Hertfordshire

Parallel Session 1
– Building dementia friendly communities from the pavement up: Sue Northrop, Dementia Friendly East Lothian
– Care for people with dementia in acute hosptial wards: Dani Woods, Bradford Teaching Hospitals
– Co-producing the good life festival: Beth Luxmoore, Alzheimers Society, and Lesley Calvert, Salford University
– De-escalation skills for behaviours that challenge: Ian James and Roberta Caiazza, Northumberland-Tyne-Wear NHS Trust
– Dementia care in hospitals change the culture change the care: Danielle Wilde, Royal Free London NHS Trust
– Dementia friendly faith communities: Jenny Henderson, Faith In Older People, and Mary Marshall
– Dementia friendly hopsitals: Kelly Kaye, Dementia Action Alliance
– Dementia within bame communities: Ripaljeet Kaur, Touchstone
– Human rights dementia symposium: Philly Hare, Innovations In Dementia, and Sarah Butchard, Merseycare NHS Trust
– Successful partnership with the South Asian community: Phil Benson, CIC, and Zaffer Khan, One Voice Blackburn
– Talking DNACRP: Jillian Hartin, UCL Hospitals NHS FT

Parallel Session 2
– A call to action on improving dementia information and services for BAME communities: David Truswell
– A service evaluation of teepa snows positive approach: Suzanne Mumford, Care Prepared
– Adaptive Interaction: Professor Arlene Astell, University of Sheffield, and Dr Maggie Ellis, University of St. Andrews
– Admiral nursing within the acute hospital community: Pam Kehoe, Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
– Dementia pathways outcomes: Victoria Smith and Lisa Potter, Partnerships In Care
– Getting to know me book and board game: Ann-Marie Harmer and David Owen
– Horse play: Val Taylor and Tracey Moran, Appletrees Care, Orders Of St John Trust
– Maison for liasion: Aileen Murray, Wessex Solent NHS Trust
– Shifting the balance of power turning engagement into involvement: Anna Gaughan and Jean Tottie, Life Story Network
– Space acute care development: Katherine Barbour, Wessex Academic Health Science Network
– The breath of fresh air programme: April Dobson, The Abbeyfield Society

Plenary Session 1
– The challenges of dementia: Professor Alistair Burns

Plenary Session 2
– Update on dementia in the population now: Professor Carol Brayne, Cambridge Institute of Public Health

Parallel Session 3
– A super league approach to dementia care: Dave Sweeney NHS Halton CCG, and John Hughes, CIC
– An evaluation of experiences of care home staff: Alice Coates and Antoniette Broad, Oxford Health NHS FT
– Getting the most out of mealtime experience 2: Helen Bevan, Baglan Lodge Care Home
– Getting the most out of mealtime experience in care homes: Suzy Webster, My Home Life Cymru
– Its all about the food not the fork: Peter Morgan-Jones: Hammondcare Australia
– Mealtimes in care homes, Helen Green, Bupa
– Music for the moment: Kathryn Gilfoy, Westminster Arts
– Tetleys adventures an intergenerational arts project: Rhiannon Lane, Bright Shadow
– Top tips for effective engagement with the care home sector: Aileen Jackson and Polly Sinclair, Health Innovation Network
You’re not family so we can’t tell you: Dr Karen Franks, Gateshead Health FT and Dr Kate Andrews, Tyne and Wear FMHT


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