Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

Outputs (78)

‘I feel more part of the world’: Participatory action research to develop post-diagnostic dementia support (2023)
Journal Article

Many people living with dementia are ‘on the margins’, not accessing services and support, despite policy and care advancements. The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated this, with the closure of face-to-face support during lockdowns in the UK and globally.... Read More about ‘I feel more part of the world’: Participatory action research to develop post-diagnostic dementia support.

The characteristics of effective technology-enabled dementia education: a systematic review and mixed research synthesis (2022)
Journal Article

Background Dementia education is required to address gaps in dementia-specific knowledge among health and social care practitioners amidst increasing dementia prevalence. Harnessing technology for dementia education may remove obstacles to traditiona... Read More about The characteristics of effective technology-enabled dementia education: a systematic review and mixed research synthesis.

Establishing the effectiveness of technology-enabled dementia education for health and social care practitioners: a systematic review (2021)
Journal Article

Background Dementia prevalence is increasing globally and yet evidence suggest that gaps exist in dementia-specific knowledge among health and social care practitioners. Technological modes of educational delivery may be as effective as traditional e... Read More about Establishing the effectiveness of technology-enabled dementia education for health and social care practitioners: a systematic review.

The feasibility of a Comprehensive Resilience-building psychosocial Intervention (CREST) for people with dementia in the community: protocol for a non-randomised feasibility study (2020)
Journal Article

Background: A dementia diagnosis can prevent people from participating in society, leading to a further decline in cognitive, social and physical health. However, it may be possible for people with dementia to continue to live meaningful lives and co... Read More about The feasibility of a Comprehensive Resilience-building psychosocial Intervention (CREST) for people with dementia in the community: protocol for a non-randomised feasibility study.

What matters to people with memory problems, healthy volunteers and health and social care professionals in the context of developing treatment to prevent Alzheimer's dementia? A qualitative study (2019)
Journal Article

Background: Alzheimer's disease (AD) is recognized as one of the greatest global public health challenges. There is increasing consensus that optimal disease modification using pharmaceuticals may best be achieved earlier in the disease continuum bef... Read More about What matters to people with memory problems, healthy volunteers and health and social care professionals in the context of developing treatment to prevent Alzheimer's dementia? A qualitative study.

Aging and conflict outside and behind your front door: Comment on the Israeli case study from a British perspective (2016)
Book Chapter

There are three phrases in Irit Regev’s chapter which stand out for me as being of immense signifi cance and which thread through this response: 1 ‘the relationship between individuals and their social environment’, 2 ‘sense of belonging … feelings o... Read More about Aging and conflict outside and behind your front door: Comment on the Israeli case study from a British perspective.

Making and maintaining lifestyle changes with the support of a lay health advisor: longitudinal qualitative study of health trainer services in northern England (2014)
Journal Article

Objective: To explore and document the experiences of those receiving support from a lay health trainer, in order to inform the optimisation and evaluation of such interventions. Design: Longitudinal qualitative study with up to four serial interview... Read More about Making and maintaining lifestyle changes with the support of a lay health advisor: longitudinal qualitative study of health trainer services in northern England.