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Riona McArdle

Blog
23rd July 2020

Being a World Young Leader in Dementia: a journey from Nigeria to France

Over the last 7 years, I have held a post-doctoral position at the King’s Global…
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BlogResearch
16th July 2020

Promoting cognitive health through physical activity and sleep: Preliminary answers and future directions

As there is still no cure for dementia, it is vital that we consider ways…
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BlogResearch
2nd July 2020

Can scientists improve how they diagnose dementia with Lewy bodies?

Dementia conditions are very common, presenting in around 7% of people over the age of…
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BlogResearch
25th June 2020

Recognising technology needs among older adults and people with dementia

When was the last time you did not use any technology for a whole day?…
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BlogResearch
18th June 2020

The outlook of a mild cognitive impairment diagnosis: disease-specific symptoms may forewarn of decline

For each person living with a dementia diagnosis, the journey can be very different, and…
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AdvocacyBlog
11th June 2020

Forget dementia, remember the person! Breaking down stigma to move forward towards an inclusive society in Flanders (Belgium)

When we focus on the capacities of people with dementia instead of their limitations, their…
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BlogResearch
4th June 2020

The Digital Aid Project – a toolset for long-term care facilities during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic

When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, all eyes turned to acute hospitals, where medical staff…
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BlogResearch
28th May 2020

Fear of dementia: how it affects our wellbeing and what we can do about it

“Thinking about dementia, I feel a lurch in my stomach, an anxiety in my gut.…
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