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Anja G. Declercq

 Department of Lucas, K.U. Leuven, Kapucijnenvoer 39, 3000 Leuven, Belgium

Biography

 Prof. Dr. Anja Declercq is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences (Sociological Research Center) and research manager for the elderly care team at LUCAS. She teaches medical sociology for students in biomedical sciences and in sexuology, and organisational sociology for masters in social work and bachelors in sociology. She specializes in research on elderly care, with an emphasis on care for people with dementia. She is also an InterRAI fellow (www.interrai.org), a member of the Board of InterRAI and a member of the Instruments and Scales Development Committee (ISD) of InterRAI. She is (among others): □ a member of the board of directors of two nursing homes □ a member of the advisory board for Docendo (a non-profit organisation that promotes the use of dementia care mapping in Belgium) □ a member of the advisory board for the Expertise centers for dementia in the province of VlaamsBrabant 

Research Interest

 Her main research topics are focused on: □ Organization of ‘Care for older persons’ □ Quality of life and quality of ‘Care for older persons’ □ Care for people with dementia □ Innovations in care □ The interRAI-instruments □ Small-scale living arrangements for people with dementia

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