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The ASCPP has developed new inspirational professional development courses

The Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice has developed new inspirational professional development courses. This new summer suite of courses includes one day masterclasses for practitioners who wish to enhance their understanding and skills to support people living with dementia. The programme also incl

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Dementia Awareness Week- Paisley Event

Wednesday, 31 May 2017 1:00 PM - Wednesday, 31 May 2017 3:00 PM

As part of Dementia Awareness Week the ASCPP invite colleagues and students to come and speak to Professor Debbie Tolson and team about dementia and opportunities for innovative research and enterprise collaboration. Please come along to our Drop-in Event at Mezzanine area, Brough Building, 1-3pm, 31st May, 2017.

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  • UWS Professional Doctorate (DProf.)

    Looking to undertake an advanced but applied research degree; check out our Professional Doctorate degree: 

    Professional Doctorate (DProf.)

    Professional doctorates are an alternative to the traditional PhD research degree and combine taught elements with applied research to a particular professional domain.

    For more information contact our DProf. course enquiries team:

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  •  Dementia CPD Brochure

    The Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice has developed new inspirational professional development courses. This new summer suite of courses includes one day masterclasses for practitioners who wish to enhance their understanding and skills to support people living with dementia. The programme also includes Cultural Study Tours run in partnership with Alzheimer Scotland for international visitors. An exciting development is the creation of an International Dementia Champions programme, aimed at practitioners across the globe who have a role in leading better dementia care.