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MIDDEL

United Kingdom

MIDDEL Newsletter Nottingham (Nov 2022)

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MIDDEL in the UK is hosted by the University of Nottingham.

Work packages:

The UK MIDDEL team are responsible for work package 4: Public participation and involvement (PPI).

Team in the UK:

The Institute of Mental Health (IMH), University of Nottingham is the UK’s primary location for interdisciplinary research in aspects of mental health, and Martin Orrell is its director. A leading international researcher of psychosocial interventions in dementia, he has over 300 peer-reviewed publications and holds 7 major grants. The Centre for Dementia Research at IMH has quality of life of care home residents as one of its three research priorities.
m.orrell@nottingham.ac.uk


Justine Schneider | PI of UK team
has been conducting applied health and social care research in care homes for over 25 years and has particular expertise in singing as an intervention in dementia. The institute hosts a monthly meeting for PPI in dementia research whose members regularly contribute as lay advisors.

Joanne Ablewhite | Project co-ordinator
joanne.ablewhite1@nottingham.ac.uk


Kate Horton | Public Involvement co-ordinator
As Public Involvement Co-ordinator for the Institute of Mental Health, Kate is working with the UK team to lead on public involvement within MIDDEL. Kate is the main point of contact for the UK Public Involvement Group and is responsible for implementation of the Public Involvement workplan within the project.
kate.horton@nottshc.nhs.uk


Jodie Bloska | PhD student

Helen Odell-Miller


Previous team members:

Linda O'Raw | Project co-ordinator


Harleen Rai | Project co-ordinator