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FPOP Bulletin 132 October 2015

FPOP Bulletin 132 October 2015

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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
Sam Roberts

Letter from the Chair
Reinhard Guss

FPOP Workstreams

Dementia Workstream
Reinhard Guss & Angie Smith

Neurodegenerative Workstream
Jane Simpson

Inpatient Workstream
Kate Ross

'Spinning plates: The realities of partnership working': The FPOP Conference
Sam Roberts

Making an impact: Keynote speech to the FPOP Conference
Peter Kinderman

The British Psychological Society Dementia Advisory Group
Linda Clare, Nicky Bradbury, Karen Dodd, Reinhard Guss & Bob Woods

Dementia Words Matter
Rachael Litherland

Partnerships in research
Bob Woods

Addressing social care needs and wellbeing of older migrants and ethnic minorities in the UK
Shereen Hussein

Human rights and dementia: Who benefits?
Sarah Butchard

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
Sarah Butchard

FPOP Conference 2015: Awards and Poster Presentations
Sam Roberts

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
Sarah Wild

Can ageist beliefs impact on older adults' performance on neuropsychological assessment?
Stefania Parks


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