University of Bradford Nursing & Health PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 6 University of Bradford Nursing & Health PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 6 University of Bradford Nursing & Health PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Developing and evaluating the impact of pre-meal activity on intake, and wellbeing in people with dementia in a care home setting

  Research Group: Living Well with Dementia
Dementia can have a negative effect on people’s ability to eat and drink. This issue becomes more apparent as the dementia progresses and people with dementia have a decline in their functional abilities. Read more

Communication experiences of people living with dementia and sensory loss

  Research Group: Living Well with Dementia
Communication difficulties are common in people living dementia and can be upsetting and demoralizing for the person and for their supporters. Read more

Applied Dementia Studies (PhD, Faculty of Health Studies)

Study a PhD at the. University of Bradford. and contribute new and significant knowledge to the field of. Applied Dementia Studies. Read more

An assessment of professional burnout within the pharmacist profession: A comparative study of Kuwait and the UK

  Research Group: Medicines Optimisation
Depression or nervous breakdown were originally used to express professional exhaustion resulted from stress until the 1970s when Freudenberger introduced burnout as a clinical complex to replace those terms (Felton, 1998). Read more

Healthy Ageing, Resilience and In/Continence in Bradford Communities

  Research Group: Medicines Optimisation
Faced with an ageing population, one of the most significant scientific and social challenges today is how to improve and manage health across the life course. Read more

The impact of historical trauma on the lived experience of dementia

  Research Group: Living Well with Dementia
People now in the most at-risk age cohorts for late-onset dementia were born between the years approximately 1920 and 1945. These were years of global upheaval, with mass displacements of people, depression, war and famine. Read more
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