You can browse the UK JDC archive by subject using the tag cloud below (larger names indicate more entries):
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Below you can browse JDC abstracts (in reverse chronological order):
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Please quote the Volume, Issue and Page Numbers of each specific article, eg “Vol 19 No 4 Page 20-22″.
By Rachel Thompson
Vol 21 No 5 Page 2
People with dementia in general hospitals: comparing a specialist unit with standard care
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 35-36
The impact of family-style dining on the nutritional status of older people and people with dementia in care homes or hospitals: A review of the evidence. By Julie Watts
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 32-35
Susan Ashton, Brenda Roe, Barbara Jack and Bob McClelland report on a study that sought family carers’ views on how advance care planning contributed to end of life care for people with advanced dementia in one care home
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 28-31
Stuart Hughes, Pam O’Hara and Rebecca Higgins describe their work as a rapid response Residential Liaison Service for care homes in Bristol – and how adding a systemic element enhanced their application of the Newcastle Model
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 26-28
Samantha Gregory and Gill Windle report on their evaluation of an innovative project that brought together schoolchildren to work alongside people with dementia on an art project – and changed perceptions along the way
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 23-25
Philip Thomas, Elizabeth Ward and Daryl Leung describe the wide range of interventions to drastically improve care for people with dementia at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton – and look in detail to explain what good care means in six real-life case studies
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 20-22
Anna Waugh, Glenn Marland, Margaret Brown, Jenny Henderson, Barbara Sharp, Pauline Banks and Joanne Oliver report on the success of the Dementia Champions programme in Scotland
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 16-19
Michael Tapley, Ann Regan and David Jolley report on efforts at Willow Wood Hospice in Ashton under Lyne to reach out and meet the end of life care needs of people with dementia
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 14-15
Margaret McKenna shares the ‘nightmare’ of her partner Una’s final weeks and a hospital system seemingly unable to respond adequately or humanely
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 12-13
Reinhard Guss and Ian Asquith report on a life story project in Kent which involved linking undergraduate psychology students with older people admitted to mental health in-patient NHS units in East Kent.
Vol 21 No 5 Pages 10-11
Awards reward great efforts by Editor-in-Chief Dr Richard Hawkins.
Vol 21 No 4 Page 2
by Adrian Leddy, Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Nadina Lincoln, Nottingham University.
Vol 21 No 4 Page 35
by Sharon M. Nelis, Linda Clare and Christopher J. Whitaker, School of Psychology, Bangor University
Vol 21 No 4 Page 34-35
Mike Fox explains how counsellors can play an important role in helping people with dementia to remember their past
Vol 21 No 4 Page 32-33
Care staff tell Rachael Doeg what the Eden Alternative means to them, and UK co-ordinator June Burgess explains more
Vol 21 No 4 Page 29-31
Peter Kevern and Mandy Walker report on the results of a small study which explored the role that the Anglican church community can play in supporting people with dementia
Vol 21 No 4 Page 26-28
Daniel Harwood explains how certain medications prescribed for older people are especially likely to cause troubling side effects for people with dementia
Vol 21 No 4 Page 23-25
Abigail Masterson, Sarah Waller and Maxine Grisley explain how a new set of tools to improve care environments has been developed, tested and put to good use
Vol 21 No 4 Page 20-22
Kayleigh Orr, Julia Botsford and Kaye Efstathiou explain how this joint service for people with dementia and carers has developed.
Vol 21 No 4 Page 18-19