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FPOP Bulletin 137 January 2017

FPOP Bulletin 137 January 2017

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FPOP Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People.




Letter from the Chair
Reinhard Guss

Conference Organisers' Letter
Ian Scott & Candy Stone

Workstream update
Natasha Lord

Keynote - The wind of change
Jamie Hacker Hughes

A review of a pilot project providing a memory screening service to GP practices in Milton Keynes
Emily Tonkin-Gage & Emily Standell

'Can I facilitate a project when my memory lets me down?': The challenges and rewards of co-producing a 'Living Well with Dementia' course
Jo Cheffey, Laura Hill, Christopher McCullough & Carol McCullough

Working together: Psychology and dementia friendly communities
Sue Northrop

Keynote - Formulation: Best practice and new directions
Lucy Johnstone

Improving communication skills in dementia care: Utilising the British Psychological Society's stepped-care model for treatment of behaviour that challenges
Ian A. James, Joanna Marshall & Susannah Thwaites

Why (some) older adults could benefit from making an advance decision to refuse treatment: How psychologists can helps
Celia Kitzinger & Sue Wilkinson

Listening, leading and learning: How engaging with staff can lead to service user improvements and staff developments
Ian Scott & Elaine Williams

Mild cognitive impairment: Current practice and future prospects (MCI workstream)
Mhairi Donaldson

Minding the gap: Using transdiagnostic cognitive behaviour therapy to provide a service for people with physical and psychological health problems
Chris Allen, Hazel Adams, Corinne Bishop, Gemma Butler, Sara Fantham, Alison Gemmel, Anneka Kumar, Jan Mohlman, Ella Sarwar & Joseph Nemeth

Post diagnostic education and support bolted on to an existing cognitive stimulation therapy programme
Emma Brown, Marielle Kay & Angus McDonald

Reflections on the psychology of older people conference from the point of view of an assistant psychologist
Andrew Maxfield

The potential benefits of using Poll Everywhere in conference: Poll Everywhere debuts at FPOP2106 conference
Ian Scott & Tania Singh


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