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FPOP Bulletin 133 January 2016

FPOP Bulletin 133 January 2016

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FPOP Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People. This issue was compiled by the Oxford Geographical Group.




Letter from the Co-Editor
Sam Roberts

Letter from the Chair
Reinhard Guss

FPOP Workstreams

Neurodegenerative Workstream
Jane Simpson

Inpatient Workstream
Kate Ross

'Twas the week before Christmas...
Shani Langdon

Letter from the Oxford GG Editor
Ian Scott

Developing CBT services for family carers of people with dementia: Five years on
Jane Fossey, Harriet Barlow, Amanda Robinson & Jo-ann Fowler

A cost-benefit analysis of a CBT for Carers of People with Dementia group
Chris Allen

The effect of Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) groups for dementia on participant's attitudes to ageing: A practice-based study
Fleur Newton

Collaborating with service users to form a culturally tailored intervention: Punjabi Cognitive Stimulation Therapy
Serena Sharma & Ian Scott

The adaptation of Cognitive Stimulation Therapy and Maintenance Cognitive Stimulation Therapy on a ward for people with dementia
Nadia Majeed

There is more to CST than the manual
Natalia Banach & Kathryn Evans

Upon learning from the community: Surveying dementia awareness in South East Asian communities
Ian Scott, Faye Barrow & Serena Sharma

The Oxfordshire Integrated Care Home Support Service: New developments to address the health and wellbeing of people with dementia in care homes
Candy Stone, Jane Fossey & Antoinette Broad

One year on: Reflections on integrating psychological thinking into a physical care home support service
Carla Runchman

Improving mental and physical health care for older adults: An inpatient service development project by frontline staff
Nadia Majeed & Elaine Williams

Engaging with inpatient staff working on an older people's mixed functional and organic ward setting: A trainee experience of running a supervision group
Mareike Suesse & Candy Stone

Achieving the 67 per cent - raising the rates of diagnosis of dementia in Milton Keynes
Stephanie Oldroyd, Emily Tonkin-Gage & Emily Standell

Transforming services for older people with dementia: Actions and some personal reflections
Chris Allen


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