Physiotherapy and exercise for people with dementia Free

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Professor Vicki Goodwin highlights the need for training on how to work with people with dementia effectively. Professor Goodwin also discusses beneficial strategies to promote exercise and activity, such as dance, music and family interaction.

This lecture was filmed for the 'evidence-based recovery in older people: managing impairing medical conditions' event at the RSM in London on Wednesday 30th May 2018.‚Äč

Length: 00:24:04

00:00:20 - A global epidemic
00:02:48 - When do we see PwD?
00:14:28 - Evidence for exercise: an inconsistent picture?
00:20:11 - Strategies to promote exercise abd activity
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Professor Rose Anne Kenny, Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.

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Professor Anthea Tinker, Professor of Social Gerontology at King's College London. 

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Professor Kevin Morgan, Sleep Research Centre, Loughborough University. 

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Professor Niroshan Siriwardena, Professor of Primary and Prehospital Health Care, University of Lincoln. 

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Sube Banerjee, Professor of Dementia, Brighton and Sussex Medical School. 

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David Hilton-Jones, Consultant Neurologist, University of Oxford and John Radcliffe Hospital.

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Aza Abdulla, Consultant Physician, Princess Royal University Hospital.

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George Tadros, Professor of Old Age Liaison Psychiatry, University of Warwick. 

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Pierre-Olivier Lang, Nescens Centre of Preventitive Medicine, Genolier, Switzerland. 

 

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