Yesterday we discussed the topic of subtype diagnosis in the #demphd chat, which actually gave me some good ideas for some of my PhD chapters in which I compare everyday functioning profiles (IADLs) between Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. But let’s move back to the beginning. Most non-researchers or non-clinicians might confuse dementia and… Continue reading #Demphd chat – From Alzheimer’s to Lewy Bodies
Hi all I hope you have found the posts added so far by the Demphd team and our first guest blogger useful. We are keen to make sure this blog, and the wider Demphd network is responsive to your wants and needs as PhD’s and early career researchers. So now I’d like to turn this… Continue reading What do you want to see from Demphd?
Today we’ve got our first guest blog by Dr Shibley Rahman (Academic in dementia)! The guest blog aligns with our #demphd chat this Thursday at 8pm on thesis writing. So, get your questions at the ready ~ Clarissa & the #demphd Team : I’ve been asked to provide some personal thoughts on writing up a… Continue reading A user’s guide to writing up a PhD on dementia for submission
#Demphd is a great resource for PhDs and Postdocs in the field of dementia to network on a social media platform and help each other with issues around ethics, literature reviews, and other research queries. Thanks to @annatatton1 and @juliechristie1 for setting it up some years ago, our new #demphd blog offers us an additional… Continue reading Networking on #Demphd
Hi all. Here’s a blog, reproduced from a post I wrote a few years ago which was originally posted on the fuse open science blog (http://fuseopenscienceblog.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/GGibson) reflecting on my experiences of going through my viva. Having spoken to other phd students who have had viva’s after this, i’ve noted a range of experience. But while a… Continue reading The PhD viva, a thing of nightmares?
Hi all Welcome to this inaugual blog post for #demphd. #demphd is a network for post graduate and early career researchers , all of whom have a shared interest in dementia and dementia research. We cover a range of perspectives, from basic scientific and biomedical research, through clinical and health services research, through to psychosocial… Continue reading welcome to #Demphd