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FPOP Newsletter 127 July 2014

FPOP Newsletter 127 July 2014

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




Letter from the Co-Editors
Samantha Roberts & Nerisha Singh

Letter from the Chair
Becci Dow

Geographical Group's Day
Cerys Macgillivray

Letter to the Co-Editors
Helen Philpott

Workstream Updates

  • Dementia Workstream
    Reinhard Guss
  • In-patient Workstream
    Natasha Lord
  • Neurodegenerative Workstream
    Jane Simpson

Letter from the Trent GG Editor
Angela Smith

An overview of the Trent GG by representatives of the different localities
Formulating with staff teams around behaviour that challenges in people with dementia
Victoria Tew

Health care staff informal feedback on 'consultation level' formulation sessions and group reflective practice sessions
Angela Smith

Reflections of assistant psychologists: Working on an inpatient ward
Nicole Geach, Stephanie Lane & Georgina James

'Understanding and awareness of dementia in the Sikh community' (Uppal, Bonas & Philpott, 2014): Implications for clinicians working in memory clinics
Helen Philpott & Gobinder Kaur Uppal

Optimal: Better Health for Care Homes - using realist evaluation models to improve working between Care Homes and the NHS
Marie Zubair & Tom Dening

Ponderings on the shift from one cognitive screening tool to another...
Angela Smith

Challenging Behaviour Checklist: Assessment of behaviours that challenge
Daniel Rippon, Lorna E. Mackenzie, Karin T. Smith & Angela Hope

Communicating a diagnosis of dementia
Gemma Murphy & Elodie Gair

FPOP National Committee 2013-2014

Newsletter Editors' Rota

Geographical Group Convenors


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