Wednesday, 21 August 2013
Peter Cudd to talk about 'Dementia friendly digital technology and its uses' at the South Yorkshire Dementia Interest Group
Peter Cudd to talk about 'Dementia friendly digital technology and its uses' at the South Yorkshire Dementia Interest Group on Monday 2nd September at Rotherham District General Hospital. Jerry Seymour, Consultant Psychiatrist, is hosting the meeting and will be talking about the economic impact of Alzheimers disease.
Peter will also be presenting three papers relating to design of software for people with dementia to use at the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe international conference in Portugal later in September.
The South Yorkshire Dementia interest Group is a mix of psychiatrists, psychology, nursing, and neurology staff. The group was set up with the intention of encouraging NHS clinicians in dementia to take part in DeNDRoN studies and to try and generate their own research ideas, collaborations and aiming to apply for funding for studies which could be adopted by DeNDRoN.