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Clinical Studies Officer Dr Hayley Dash has been awarded researcher of the month for her recruitment work for a dementia research study called MADE.

Hayley said: "Our success in recruitment is due to the hard work of all the teams at Windmill House in Clevedon. We know dementia research is important and the MADE study is one of many trying to identify better ways of treating the disease."

 

If you are interested in the intersection between health and technology, don't miss the inaugural Bristol Health Tech Meetup on Thursday 23 April at 6-9pm at the Engine Shed, Bristol BS1 6QH. This is the first of a series of Health Tech Meetup events brought to you by Bristol Health Partners and the health and hi-tech sector groups of the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (WELEP).

 

Focusing on initiatives that support people with dementia, to main independent and fulfilling lives as part of their local community. There will also be a wide variety of workshops and speakers, which will be of interest to anyone involved with dementia

 

Have you got ideas about how we could improve the sustainability of the health and care system in Bristol? Do you think that technology could help deliver better health and care in our city region?

 

This connection event brings together health professionals and companies that are innovating in the area of better health through increased prevention and supported self-care.

 

Dr Lesley Wye, University of Bristol, will present the findings from one of the largest research studies in the UK into the impact of involving management consultancies in commissioning, at a lunchtime seminar on Thursday 7 May.

 
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