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Fiona Marshall

Fiona Marshall

Senior researcher
Faculty of Medicine

I am a senior researcher in IMH within the Dementia Group. 
My main interests include rural dementia, community and primary care services and everyday lives we all lead. 
I'm also a novice fell runner and hen keeper. I also operate my own dementia-related blog: https://ruraldementiaresearch.com/ 


 

Fiona Marshall

I have launched a new blog site about rural dementia. This builds on the current study, Scaling the Peaks, with which I am involved. The site reflects the views and experiences by Fiona as she undertakes the research “out in the field” (forgive the pun) of the Derbyshire Peaks.

Fiona Marshall

In recent years there have been major initiatives to change the way that society is able to respond to the growing number of people with dementia - we are aiming for “dementia friendly societies” where people with dementia and those who care for them are not alienated, or even merely tolerated, b

Fiona Marshall

Two things have recently made me think about the ways in which we as academics think about living with dementia; recent reading of wellbeing meanings in general and receiving a couple of battery hens.