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Is there equity in initial access to formal dementia care in Europe? The Andersen Model applied to the Actifcare cohort [In Press]
Objectives: In the current study the Anderson model is used to determine equitable access to dementia care in Europe. Predisposing, enabling and need variables were investigated to find out whether there is equitable access ...
Promoting Independence in Dementia (PRIDE): protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial
BACKGROUND: Memory services often see people with early stage dementia who are largely independent and able to participate in community activities but who run the risk of reducing activities and social networks. PRIDE is ...
Measuring fidelity of delivery of the Community Occupational Therapy in Dementia-UK intervention
BACKGROUNDInterpreting data about intervention effectiveness requires an understanding of which intervention components were delivered and whether they were delivered as planned (fidelity of delivery). These studies aimed ...
Training in old age psychiatry: The 30 countries' perspective
To improve the care of older people with mental health problems it is necessary to have a highly skilled workforce who is very well-trained in the diagnosis and management of the range of the psychiatric problems affecting ...
Loneliness, social integration, and incident dementia over 6 years: Prospective findings from the English longitudinal study of ageing
Objectives: Social relationships are important for the maintenance of cognitive function at older ages, with both objective features of social networks and perceived social connections (loneliness) being relevant. There ...