Key Research Interests and Expertise

Ongoing projects:

 

Interaction of intrinsic and extrinsic factors underpinning functional disability in dementia (TASKed)

Mioshi, E.

Academic collaborators: Dr Mizan Khondoker

PhD student: Julieta Camino

NHS sites: NSFT (PI: Kayte Russel) & CPFT (PI: Judy Rubinsztein)

1/01/1631/12/21

Funded by: Alzheimer's Society (UK)
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Dementia Care PhD studentships (DEMCARE)
Mioshi, E. Three PhD studentships for Dementia Care Research. Primary supervisors: Dr Kishita, Dr Lazar and Dr Bunn. 
 
1/04/1831/03/21
 
Co-funding initiative: Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (UEA), NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) East of England & Norfolk and Suffolk Primary and Community Care Research Office.
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Do Behavioural Symptoms Affect Family Carer Grief in Motor Neurone Disease?

Mioshi, E.

Academic collaborators: Dr Naoko Kishita and Dr Tamara Backhouse

NHS collaborators: Norfolk Motor Neurone Disease Care and Research Network; Neurology community team at Norfolk Community Health and Care

PhD student: Kaitlin Dudley

1/01/2031/12/22

Funded by: Motor Neurone Disease Scotland
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Practical Management of cognitive and neuropsychiatric symptoms in MND - development of a clinical toolkit (MiNDToolkit)

Mioshi, E., Hornberger, M. & Shepstone, L.

NHS collaborators: Norfolk Motor Neurone Disease Care and Research Network; Neurology community team at Norfolk Community Health and Care

1/05/1730/04/21

Funded by: Motor Neurone Disease Association (UK)
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Completed projects at UEA
 
Challenges in cognitive impairment and dementia: (mis) perceptions, (mis) diagnosis and care management. Workshop for junior researchers from Brazil and UK
Mioshi, E., Caramelli, P.
 
1/4/2019 → 31/07/2019
 
Funded by: Global Challenges Research Fund - Rapid Response (UEA)
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Enhancing activity participation in Frontotemporal dementia
Mioshi, E.
 
22/02/1630/06/16
 
Funded by: Alzheimer's Association (USA)
 

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