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Peri-operative enhanced recovery hip fracture of patients with dementia

Ward Observations have begun!

Ward observations began on 2nd October 2014 at the first of our three acute hospital sites. This involves observing care provided to patients both in a ward environment and in ED. ...

First recruitment target achieved!

Today we achieved our target of recruiting 75% of staff in A & E and on the ward to our observational study at our first hospital. From next Thursday we will be observing in the acute...

New research links sleeping pills with Alzheimers

A study by French and Canadian scientists published in the British Medical Journal has found that patients prescribed benzodiazepines for any length of time were 51% more likely to get Alzheimers...

Isla Dowds on Bradford radio

On Thursday 14th August Isla Dowds Patient and Public Engagement facilitator at the Bradford Royal Infirmary went on bcb radio to talk about Perfected and recruit living with dementia experts to...

Poster presented at Alzheimer's Society

Senior Researcher Dr Nigel Lambert presented a PERFECTED poster at the Alzheimer's society research conference in Nottingham on 3rd June. It described the methodological issues in...

"Exciting time for dementia research"

Patient recruitment into dementia research studies has hit an all time high reports the NIHR Clinical Research Network.   To mark International Clinical Trials Day and the start...

Dementia Awareness Week - Expert Panel

On Friday 23rd May during Dementia Awareness Week, Chief Investigator Dr Chris Fox was part of an expert panel which included the Rt Hon Norman lamb MP. The panel was hosted...

Radio Norfolk Interview

On Wednesday 21st May Dr Chris Fox and Dr Simon Hammond joined Nick Conrad at BBC Radio Norfolk as part of    at Dementia Awareness week.     They talked about...

Be part of the Perfected Project

We are excited to announce some available positions within the Perfected Project. We're looking to recruit Programme Steering Committee Members and Living with Dementia Experts. Visit the ...