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The impacts of COVID-19 public health measures on people living with dementia in the community and unpaid carers – An international 5-country study (Australia, India, Italy, Poland and UK)

Project statusOngoing
Contact Clarissa Giebel
Institution web pagehttps://www.liverpool.ac.uk/population-health-sciences/staff/clarissa-giebel/
Host institution University of Liverpool
Team members Clarissa Giebel
Funding information (if funded) NIHR ARC NWC
Project Summary

Led by the UK, we are collecting qualitative and quantitative data on the experiences of public health measures on the lives of people living with dementia and unpaid carers in the UK, Australia, Poland, Italy, and India. This involve telephone semi-structured interviews with up to 25 participants in each country, as well as follow-up interviews in the UK and Australia. These findings are complemented by an online and telephone survey. This study will provide the very first international comparative analysis of the impacts of the pandemic on dementia.

Outputs / Expected Outputs

Early Spring 2021

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The impacts of COVID-19 public health measures on people living with dementia in the community and unpaid carers – An international 5-country study (Australia, India, Italy, Poland and UK)