Biography

Emma joined the UEA as a Lecturer in 2016.  She is a qualified occupational therapist and her clinical background is in adult social care, specialising in equipment and housing adaptations for adults and children with long term conditions.  Emma teaches across the nursing and occupational therapy curriculum.  Her research focuses on the care of people living with dementia and approaches to facilitate engagement in meaningful activity.

Career History

2016 to present - Lecturer in Nursing Sciences, University of East Anglia

2014 to present - Occupational Therapist in Adult Social Care

Academic Background

MSc Occupational Therapy, University of East Anglia

BSc Psychology, University of East Anglia

All Publications

Dudzinski, E.

(2016)

Using the Pool Activity Level instrument to support meaningful activity for a person with dementia: A case study,

in British Journal of Occupational Therapy

79

(2)

pp. 65-68

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Melunsky, N., Crellin, N., Dudzinski, E., Orrell, M., Wenborn, J., Poland, F., Woods, B., Charlesworth, G.

(2015)

The experience of family carers attending a joint reminiscence group with people with dementia: A thematic analysis,

in Dementia

14

(6)

pp. 842-859

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