JULY 12 2017 COLLOQUIUM
Emily de la Cruz Ellis, a Master of Design graduate from Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and Carolyn Kerchof a Master of Arts in Design graduate of Zurich University of the Arts discuss principles of inclusive communication design and how these have been applied in creative and thoughtful ways using examples from their research with older people including those with dementia.
JUNE 26 2017 COLLOQUIUM
Riley Malvern, Master’s candidate in Gerontology at Simon Fraser University, discussed her proposed research “Facilitators and Barriers of the Neighbourhood Built Environment for People in Early-Stage Dementia”.
MAY 23 2017 COLLOQUIUM
Dr. Christine FitzGerald, a visiting scholar from the Global Brain Health Institute at Trinity College Dublin and the Centre of Social and Economic Research on Dementia at NUI Galway discussed her research to develop an “Expanded Psychosocial Classification Framework”.
MAY 2 2017 COLLOQUIUM
Niamh Hennelly, a PHD student visiting from the Irish Centre for Social Gerontology at NUI Galway, spoke on the topic of “Personhood in Policy: An Analysis of the Irish National Dementia Strategy”.
USING IPADS TO HELP HOSPITAL PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA
Doctoral Student Lillian Hung was interviewed on CBC Radio about her project exploring the use of iPads to share pre-recorded videos made by families to help comfort people with dementia while hospitalized. Listen to the full interview here.
MARION WOODWARD LECTURE
Dr. John Keady from the University of Manchester delivered the annual UBC School of Nursing Marion Woodward Lecture on October 27, speaking to a large crowd on the topic of “Dementia: New Paths to Understanding”. Watch the video here.
OCTOBER 2016 COLLOQUIUM
Dr. John Keady from the University of Manchester led an exciting conversation on the subject of “Including People with Dementia in Research”.
JULY 2016 COLLOQUIUM
Dr. Sue Jarrad from the University of South Australia spoke on the topic of “Rethinking Law in the Domain of Decision-Making and Dementia”.
JUNE 2016 COLLOQUIUM
Dr. Clive Baldwin from the University of New Brunswick spoke on the topic of “Policy, Citizenship, and Experience: A Braided Narrative”.
THE IMPACT OF VISUAL ART FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN TRANSITIONAL CARE
Alison Phinney’s research collaboration Making Art for Making Place was featured in the Globe and Mail.
CLAIMING FULL CITIZENSHIP: 2015 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
This conference was held in Vancouver October 15-17, 2015. Link to Conference Website