Most of us assume that if we are asked to ‘give a talk’, we are also being asked to ‘prepare some slides’. Does it follow that the two should house the same information, though? TED talks, arguably some of the best-delivered speeches available online, say that ‘A single, strong, graphic image or succinct line of […]
On behalf on Prof Iracema Leroi, Dementia Academy I know how busy you all are; however, I would be extremely grateful if you might take 10 minutes of your time to answer this important global survey, for which I am one of the co-investigators. We now have nearly 20 countries participating, and it is crucial that […]
This article is part of the ‘Faculty – Our Stars: Inspiring stories to change your practice’ Initially interested in tropical medicine, Professor Iracema Leroi was intrigued by the unusual neurological syndromes which can be caused by tropical infections. This intrigue led to further study, and Iracema trained in neuropsychiatry at John Hopkins Hospital in […]
by Dr Ross Dunne The first Dementia MasterClass was held in Manchester in February 2016 and brought dementia stakeholders together for the development of an interactive pathway, a PDF document which is a practical guide for those dealing with people with dementia or their carers. From that beginning, in the last 18 months the Dementia […]
Professor Alistair Burns National Clinical Director for Dementia and Professor Bee Wee National Clinical Director for End of Life Care held an NHS England (NHSE) round table discussion with key stakeholders in London at which the Dementia Academy was represented by MasterClass faculty member Sue Thomas.
by Dr Peter Fletcher One of the many joys of having been the Parkinson’s Academy’s Academic Director since we began our MasterClasses in 2002 is that I have read every single needs analysis questionnaire submitted by our participants – 100s and 100s of them! What talent we have passing through our MasterClasses, with what I see […]