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FPOP Bulletin 138 April 2017

FPOP Bulletin 138 April 2017

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FPOP Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People.


 

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Contents

Letter from the Co-editors
Claire Appleton & Katharina Reichelt

Letter from the Editor
Alan Howarth

Letter from the Chair
Reinhard Guss

Workstream update
Kate Ross

Mitigating dementia: Reasons for psychologists to be optimistic
Daniel Collerton

NICE's Cheap and cheerful memory services: Commissioning bargain basement services but at what cost?
Katharina Reichelt & Ian James

Nature of behaviours that challenge in residents living in aged care homes: Implications for psychosocial interventions and service development
Ian A. James, Roger Watson, Chris J. Whitaker, Graham Stokes, Cathryn Hart & Esme Moniz-Cook

Hen keeping and mechanisms of change in dementia care settings
Daniel Rippon, Douglas Hunter & Ian A. James

Working with behaviours that challenge in dementia: Challenging the notion of doom and gloom
Alan Howarth, Graeme Flaherty-Jones & Kate Andrews

Reflections on an older adults placement: Confronting ageing and mortality as a trainee clinical psychologist
Ashley Tiplady

Walking through therapy - using Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) informed therapy within mental health services for older people
James Conway & Sarah Craven-Staines

Pilot study: The implementation of rapid formulation meetings
Jennifer Clegg

Recovery groups in community and inpatient settings for older people
Chloe Hole, Lorraine Ogilvie, Graeme Flaherty-Jones & Sarah Dexter-Smith

Book review

Beloved old age and what to do about it: Margery Allingham's The Relay handed over to Julia Jones
Reviewed by Sarah Dexter-Smith

 

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