INTERDEM is a network of researchers across Europe with an interest in research into psychosocial interventions in dementia. The aim is to improve the lives of people living with dementia and carers across Europe.
INTERDEM are keen to share research on dementia. Articles are regularly posted on the INTERDEM blog page as well as information about conferences and masterclasses.
Recent articles have included… ‘Alzheimer’s Disease International’s (ADI) 33rd Conference, Chicago, USA‘-where Sophie Gaber gives us a glimpse into the longest running dementia conference, ‘What works better: a negative or positive campaign?‘- where Marc Wortmann highlights transitions in representations by the media, public perceptions and dementia research, and ‘My passion for dementia research – Myrra Vernooij Dassen, chair INTERDEM‘ – in which Myrra tells us about her background as a sociologist and how she became interested in dementia research.
There’s also much more to see on the INTERDEM website. The news page for example, presents a paper of the month from anyone who is part of the INTERDEM network. A recent paper of the month was co-authored by Professor Gail Mountain- Click here to read more
Please follow this link to see the news page where the paper of the month is presented.