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Dianne GOVE (Director for Projects)

Dianne has been working for Alzheimer Europe since 1996, with a short break between 2001 and 2004.  After completing an Honours Degree in Psychology, she obtained MAs in Education and Psychoanalysis and then trained as an analytical Gestalt therapist. In 2013, she was awarded a PhD from the University of Bradford for her research exploring GPs' perceptions of dementia and how these relate to stigma and timely diagnosis.

She has worked on a wide range of topics covering care, legislation, continence problems, advance directives and social support. She chairs AE’s ethics working groups which have produced reports on assistive technology, dementia research, the portrayal of dementia, restrictions of freedom, ethical dilemmas and the changing definitions of Alzheimer's disease. This year, the group is working on the development of intercultural care for people with dementia from minority ethnic groups. Dianne represents AE in several projects such as PACE, EPAD, AMYPAD, MinD, INDUCT, AETIONOMY and MOPEAD.

Telephone: +352 29 79 70


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Last Updated: Friday 07 September 2018