Hole Ousia believes that there is a pervasive and reductionist understanding of Alzheimer’s disease that no longer seems to have such clear ‘para-digmatic’ post mortem pathology. The risk is that our older citizens are misunderstood through this label and that generally fear of it only gets worse.

Films about Glasgow

She gangs in brawness: Built on the Clyde: Glasgow Style: Glasgow School of Art: Fashion Show: Jeely Piece: The Glasgow Declaration: Peter’s Declaration: Peter’s Lost Marbles: Save the steps: Hampden … Continue reading Films about Glasgow

Peter’s Declaration

I have been updating my OMPHALOS films and have added this film from June 2019. At this Whistleblowing Event for NHS Scotland [though I prefer the term ‘Freedom to Speak … Continue reading Peter’s Declaration

Peter’s Lost Marbles

This film, made in 2011, which voiced my disquiet about the enthusiasm for the early diagnosis of dementia, generated such a defensive response that I felt I had to remove … Continue reading Peter’s Lost Marbles

“The King of DLB research”

On social media a picture of the personalised number plate of Professor Ian McKeith along with these words: “Just given a talk in Newcastle and Ian McKeith ran me back … Continue reading “The King of DLB research”