Publications + notable outputs

Wood, E. Ward, G. Woolham, J. and Percy, C.   (2021) “The lived experince of using safer walking technology - supporting meaningful occupation for people living with dementia’ Poster Presentation, Alzheimer’s Research UK Conference (ARUK 2021)

Wood, E. Ward, G. Woolham, J. and Percy, C.   (2020)Using GPS Safer walking technology to promote identity and well-being through engagement in meaningful outdoor occupations”, Oral Presentation, Alzheimer’s Disease International 34th Bi-Annual Conference (ADI2020), Singapore.

Wood, E. Ward, G. Woolham, J. and Percy, C.   (2020)GPS Safer Walking Technology for people with early-stage dementia; how is it used?”, Poster Presentation, Alzheimer’s Disease International 34th Bi-Annual Conference (ADI2020), Singapore.

Holliday, N. Wood, E. Molitor, T. Clark, C. Wagner, U. Bausch, N. (2020) “Developing open technology solutions in a simulated living lab environment: research in progress amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.” Oral presentation, Digital Living Lab Days Conference, London.

Wood, E. Ward, G. Woolham, J. James, R. and Percy, C.  (2020) “Using GPS safer walking technology to promote identity and well-being through engagement in meaningful outdoor occupations.” Invited Speaker, Oral Presentation, Making Research Count Seminar Series, Kings College London.

Wood, E. (2019) “What are the experiences of people living with early-stage dementia and family carers of using safer walking technology to maintain outdoor occupations?”, Oral Presentation, Centre for Intelligent Healthcare/ Centre for Sport Exercise and Life Sciences Seminar Series, Coventry University.

Wood, E. Ward, G. Woolham, J. James, R. and Percy, C.  (2017) “Online Recruitment: recruiting for participants on social media”, poster presentation to Postgraduate Research Symposium, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Coventry University

Wood, E. Ward, G. Woolham, J. and James, R. (2016) “Safer walking technology for People with early-stage dementia”, poster presented to 25 years of Occupational Therapy at Coventry University Conference, Coventry University.

Wood, E. Brooks. (2016) Dementia Study Recruitment Video. Coventry University, Coventry.

Wood, E. (2016) Book Review: J. Plomin "Hidden Cameras", Royal College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section Older People Newsletter, 8 (2).

Wood, E. Ward, G. and Woolham, J. (2015),"The development of safer walking technology: a review", Journal of Assistive Technologies, Vol. 9 Iss 2 pp. 100 – 115

Jones, E. Ward, G. and Woolham, J. (2013),"The development of safer walking technology: a review”, poster presentation to The College of Occupational Therapists 37th Annual Conference and Exhibition, Glasgow

Jones, E. Ward, R. (2013) ‘Meeting the spiritual needs of people with dementia: a systematic review’, paper presented to The College of Occupational Therapists 37th Annual Conference and Exhibition, Glasgow.

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Unpublished Research

(2020) PhD Research Thesis entitled. The lived experience of using safer walking technology – supporting meaningful occupation and identity for people with early-stage dementia.’ This is being written up for further publication, in 2021: aiming for 2 peer reviewed articles in scientific journal and 2 opinion pieces in Occupational Therapy Press.

(2018) Online Social and Therapeutic Horticulture Research Project entitled “Core Principals of Social and Therapeutic Horticulture” This was conducted collaboratively between Coventry University and #OTalk using social media to collect data from a range of professionals. Ethical approval was given by Coventry University May 2018. Analysis of this research was undertaken, but publication not sought.

(2015) Academic Lead – Commercial Research Project Mercia Prompt App, Health Design and Technology Institute, Coventry University. Ethical approval was given by Coventry University. This research project was not published due to the commercially sensitive nature of its findings.

(2010) Unpublished Research Project entitled “How can Occupational Therapy meet the spiritual needs of people with dementia”, This was submitted to the University of Manchester as part credit for the award of MSC in Advanced Practice – Mental Health Interventions for Dementia. Ethical Approval was given by the University of Manchester. This research project received an award of distinction and was supervised by Dr. Richard Ward.