Alzheimer's disease & dementia

Real world methods to improve dementia care

Using real-world training and coaching, two new Flinders University research projects are aiming to bring much needed improvements to the care provided to people living with dementia.

Medical research

Evidence-based public health instruction shows tangible results

A recent evaluation by a team of researchers at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and other universities found that training in evidence-based public health practices improves practitioner skill levels.

Immunology

Study reveals how immune cells can be trained to fight infections

The body's immune cells naturally fight off viral and bacterial microbes and other invaders, but they can also be reprogrammed or "trained" to respond even more aggressively and potently to such threats, report UCLA scientists ...

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