Understanding Dementia: Seeing the Person
Bradford Debates – Public Research Lecture
This lecture will provide an overview of what dementia is and how it can impact on the person, emphasising the importance of knowing the person and their unique needs. We will include examples of workforce development and practice change initiatives from our partnerships with organisations such as Nightingale Care Home, Bupa and Cannon Care Homes.
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Speakers: Paul Edwards & Dr Claire Surr
Date: 25th April 2012
Time: Registration and Networking from 5:30pm for a prompt start at 6:00pm (finishing at 7:30pm)
Location: John Stanley Bell Lecture Theatre, D Floor, Richmond Building, University of Bradford, Richmond Road, Bradford, BD7 1DP
Tickets: This is a free event but please book in advance as ENTRY IS BY E-TICKET ONLY.
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Refreshments can be purchased from the vending machines located in the Atrium, close to the Great Horton Road entrance of the University.
Public Lectures delivered by University of Bradford's School of Lifelong Education and Development aims to share knowledge and learning and generate debate and discourse about key issues that are relevant to the general public living in Bradford and the wider region.
The University of Bradford’s School of Lifelong Education and Development has established the ‘Faith and the City’ programme. The programme is a series of thought provoking and challenging discussions, dialogues and discourses that will be led by speakers who are authorities and critiques in the broad field of religion and politics.
The purpose of this programme is to raise the level of debate amongst all communities and to encourage us to collectively think about difficult issues around cohesion, faith, politics and values.