exists in Highland to promote and establish a culture of person-centred approach to well-being, through the promotion of Self Management. We believe that this will be achieved through the provision of Self Management education for people and organisations
and Programme Leader, Brighton and Sussex Medical School Email: firstname.lastname@example.org DETERMinants of quality of life, care and costs, and consequences of INequalities in people with Dementia and their carers
Inequalities in use of dementia care WS3 - Relationship between use and costs of services and outcomes WS4 - Experience of self-funders of care WS5 - Understanding decision-making by people with dementia and carers WS6 - Effect of diagnostic stage and services on outcomes WS7 - Programme management and Theory of Change-guided research development and coordination WS7 - Theory of Change-guided generation of conclusions and promotion of impact
Challenges of engaging with the project at such an early stage • Fear of research • Anxiety of admitting diagnosis/denial • Recruitment finishes???? • Plans to extend the work with additional funding • Additional cohort studies • DETERMIND-C19 study underway with funding from the UKRI • 3 systematic literature reviews are in the final write-up stage prior to submission
populations are ‘at risk’ from the harmful ramifications of such infections. Amongst those with established respiratory conditions or pneumonia, specific nutrients, such as vitamin C, D or zinc could be considered as potential adjunctives to conventional treatment pathways. Public health strategies involving immunonutrition could be an alternative way to promote prehabilitation and reduce healthcare burdens, particularly in elders.