Loneliness and dementia study: invite to interviews
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People living with dementia who have experienced loneliness are invited to share their experiences in a study being done by researchers from Coventry University and The University of Warwick.

A project exploring loneliness in people living with dementia is being undertaken by Coventry University and The University of Warwick. At the heart of the research is the desire to represent the perspective of people living with dementia.

Project researchers are now looking for people living with dementia, who have experienced loneliness, to share their experiences. The interview can be by video call or by phone, and at a time that suits you. The interview will last approximately 30-60 minutes and will be audio-recorded, with your permission.

Taking part in an interview will help researchers understand experiences of loneliness, and contribute to clinical psychological research.  For more information, contact the Lead Researcher, Elishia Clements: Clemen34@uni.coventry.ac.uk

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