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Two job opportunities available to work with PriDem project, at University College London

Wednesday 20 January 2021

There are currently two available opportunities to work with the PriDem (Primary care led support in dementia: Developing best practice) programme grant, which aims to evaluate acceptable, feasible and sustainable models of primary care and coordinated post-diagnostic dementia care, to maintain and improve quality-of-life for people with dementia and their families. The project is looking for two people to join its team, both based at University College London. The project is working with Newcastle University and also has international links. The two positions are:

Senior Research Fellow / UCL Programme Manager - This post is based in the UCL Centre for Ageing Population Studies (CAPS) - a multi-disciplinary group with expertise in intervention development, qualitative research, epidemiology and clinical trials.  The post is available immediately and funded until 30 September 2022, in the first instance. The main role of the appointee will be to manage and implement new models of dementia care in the feasibility and implementation study in the final two years of the PriDem programme. Find out more:

Research Assistant - the main role of this post will be responsibility for the process evaluation as part of the wider feasibility and implementation study. The post holder will produce data collection and recruitment materials, recruit participants, undertake longitudinal semi-structured qualitative interviews and the analysis of data, which will draw on Normalisation Process Theory. This post is funded until 31 March 2022, in the first instance. Find out more: 

If you are interested please email ( or Jane Wilcock ( The closing date for applications is 3 February 2021.