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FPOP Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People.
Letter from the Chair of the 2019 FPOP conference organising committee
Reflection from keynote speech - It is never too late
Letter from the Chair
FPOP Dementia workstream
Neurodegenerative conditions workstream update
Psychological therapies workstream update
Polly Kaiser, Kathryn Dykes & Tash Lord
The application of research into autism and homelessness to older adult work
Working towards a psychologically informed environment in an older adult acute context
Kathy J. Cox & Pete Keohane
Using the NHS Long Term Plan to ensure better services for older people
Becci Dow, Cath Burley & Tresa Andrews
'Ageing with a learning disability' - What does the future hold?
Radical openness in older populations
Mild cognitive impairment: Helpful or harmful?
Older prisoners; health, ethics and justice questions
'What about us?' - Reflections on how a psychologically informed advanced nurse practitioner role in primary care might support individuals who may decline referral to secondary care
Dementia reconsidered, revisited: The person still comes first Tom Kitwood (edited by Dawn Brooker)
Reviewed by Chris Gilleard
Confronting the Existential Threat of Dementia: An exploration into Emotion Regulation Richard Cheston & Gary Christopher
Reviewed by Gillian Bowie
Series: FPOP Bulletin