MinD Workshop on “Soft Evaluations”, 19 October 2017. Presentation and workshop notes.
2nd MinD Symposium, 6 July 2017. Presentation and workshop notes.
1st MinD Symposium, 7 December 2016. Presentation and workshop notes.
Academic project publications
Lim, J.N.W., Almeida, R., Holthoff-Detto, V., Ludden, G.D.S., Smith, T., Niedderer, K. et al (2019) What is Needed to Obtain Informed Consent and Monitor Capacity for a Successful Study involving People with Mild Dementia? Our experience in a multi-centre study. In K. Niedderer, G.D.S. Ludden, R. Cain and C Woelfel (eds.) Designing with and for People with Dementia: Wellbeing, Empowerment and Happiness.Proceedings of the MinD conference 2019. Dresden: MinD & TUD press. (Open access link coming soon.)
Gosling, J., Craven, M.P., Dening, T., Coleston-Shields, D.M., Aberturas, A.G., Martin, S.G., Munos, M., Ruiz, G.B., Bueno, Y., Almeida, R., Catala, A., Diaz, M., Karahanoglu, A., Ludden, G.D.S., Smith, T., Niedderer, K., Lüneburg, L.-M., Tournier, I., Abrilahij, A et al. (2019). The AiIR model (Activities, Internal World, Relationships). A pragmatic framework for evaluating co-design. In K. Niedderer, G.D.S. Ludden, R. Cain and C Woelfel (eds.) Designing with and for People with Dementia: Wellbeing, Empowerment and Happiness.Proceedings of the Intl. MinD Conference 2019. Dresden: TUD press. ISBN 978-3-95908-183-2 (Open access link coming soon.)
Ludden, G. D. S. , van Rompay, T. J. L., Niedderer, K., & Tournier, I. (2019). Environmental design for dementia care – towards more meaningful experiences through design. Maturitas, 128, 10-16. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.maturitas.2019.06.011 Pre-print version
Garde, J.A., Voort, M.C.v.d., Niedderer, K. (2018). Design Probes for people with dementia. Proceedings of DRS 2018 International Conference: Catalyst, 6, pp. 2607-2621. Open Access Proceedings.
Niedderer, K., Tournier, I., Colesten-Shields, D., Craven, M., Gosling, J., Garde, J.A., Bosse, M., Salter, B., Griffioen, I. (2017) Designing with and for People with Dementia: Developing a Mindful Interdisciplinary Co-Design Methodology. In: Proceedings of the IASDR international Conference 2017, Cincinnati, USA, 31October-3 November 2017. doi:10.7945/C2G67F Open Access Proceedings
Almeida, R., Niedderer, K., et al. (2017). Design for the “here and now”: New co-creation approaches for innovation in health and care, involving older adults with cognitive impairment. Active and Assisted Living (AAL) Forum 2017, 2-4 October, Coimbra, Portugal. Poster and Flyer
Tournier, I. & Ferring, D. (2017). How the mindfulness concept could benefit the caregiving of older adults? International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) congress, San Francisco, July 23-27. Poster.
Tournier I, Ferring D, Almeida R, Blackler T, Casaldaliga P, Cid BT, Coleston-Shields D, Craven M, Dening T, Escobar G, Griffioen I, Gove D, Holthoff-Detto V, Lebis E, Ludden G, Notenboom E, Poppovich V, Wölfel C, Zanazi M, Niedderer K. (2016) The MinD European project: The development of a mindful design to improve self-empowerment and social engagement in people with dementia, 26th Alzheimer Europe Conference “Excellence in dementia research and care”, 31 October-2 November 2016, Copenhagen. Poster.
Other publications by the project team related to MinD:
Chadborn, N. H., Birt, L., Bosco, A., Brewster, C., Coleston-Shields, D., Craven, M., Claudio Di Lorito, C., Gosling J., Stanyon, M., Yates J. (2018) Researching together with members of the Centre for Dementia PPI group. International Perspectives on Evaluation of PPI in Research, Newcastle, 15th November 2018. (Poster)
Ludden, G. D. S. , van Rompay, T. J. L., Niedderer, K., & Tournier, I. (2019). Environmental design for dementia care – towards more meaningful experiences through design. Maturitas, 128, 10-16. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.maturitas.2019.06.011
Craven et al (2019) Evaluation methods as part of the co-design process for assistive and wellbeing products for and with people with dementia focused on social engagement and mindfulness. Proceedings of the International MinD Conference, September 19-20, 2019 Dresden.
Lim et al (2019) What is needed to obtain informed consent and monitor capacity for a successful study involving people with mild dementia? Our experience in a multi-centre study. Proceedings of the international MinD conference, Conference, September 19-20, 2019 Dresden.
Link to online open access source for these papers will be provided through the MinD website once they are available.