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FPOP Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People. This issue concentrates on the FPOP 2015 Annual Conference.
Letter from the Co-Editor
Letter from the Chair
Reinhard Guss & Angie Smith
'Spinning plates: The realities of partnership working': The FPOP Conference
Making an impact: Keynote speech to the FPOP Conference
The British Psychological Society Dementia Advisory Group
Linda Clare, Nicky Bradbury, Karen Dodd, Reinhard Guss & Bob Woods
Dementia Words Matter
Partnerships in research
Addressing social care needs and wellbeing of older migrants and ethnic minorities in the UK
Human rights and dementia: Who benefits?
Research Update - Using human rights to work with older people: An innovative enquiry based learning approach to human rights decision-making, leadership and evaluation
Claire Dowling, Beth Greenhill & Emma Forde
The Psychological Professions Network
Gita Bhutani & Clare Baguley
Reflections on the FPOP Conference from the point of view of people living with dementia and carers
FPOP Conference 2015: Awards and Poster Presentations
Experiencing recently diagnosed dementia: The influence of stigma
Helen Carter, Katie Stuart & Hannah Gooding
Mindfulness groups for carers of people with dementia:A review of the literature
Can ageist beliefs impact on older adults' performance on neuropsychological assessment?
Series: FPOP Bulletin