University of Hertfordshire
140 papers found
Placing the person at the centre in the diagnosis of dementia
An Uncertain Future: The Unchanging Views of Care Home Residents about Living and Dying
Frailty scales - Their potential in interprofessional working with older people: A discussion paper
Incontinence: enhancing care in women's prisons
The organisational culture of nursing staff providing long-term dementia care is related to quality of care
Activity promotion for community-dwelling older people: a survey of the contribution of primary care nurses.
Incontinence: enhancing care in women's prisons.
Sustaining innovation in the health care workforce: A case study of community nurse consultant posts in England
Culture, consent, costs and care homes: enabling older people with dementia to participate in research
Integrated working between primary health care services and care homes for older people: challenges from the approach study
Dying at home: access should be equitable
User involvement in the development of a health promotion technology for older people: findings from the SWISH project
The Effectiveness of Inter-professional Working for Older People Living in the Community (TOPIC): A Systematic Review.
Dying at home
Views and Experiences of End of Life Care of Older People Living in Care Homes
Smarter Working in Social and Health Care: Professional Perspectives on a New Technology for Risk Appraisal with Older People
Primary care and dementia: 2. Long-term care at home: Psychosocial interventions, information provision, carer support and case management
Changing practice in dementia care for people in care homes towards the end of life
End of life care for community dwelling older people with dementia: an integrated review
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