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FPOP Bulletin 149 January 2019

FPOP Bulletin 149 January 2019

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FPOP Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People.


 

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Letters

Letter from the Chair of the 2019 FPOP conference organising committee
Yvonne Woodward

Reflection from keynote speech - It is never too late
Dilys Price

Letter from the Chair
Mhairi Donaldson

Articles

FPOP Dementia workstream
Reinhard Guss

Neurodegenerative conditions workstream update
Jane Simpson

Psychological therapies workstream update
Polly Kaiser, Kathryn Dykes & Tash Lord

The application of research into autism and homelessness to older adult work
Alasdair Churchard

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?
James Ridley

Radical openness in older populations
Karen Looney

Mild cognitive impairment: Helpful or harmful?
Lisa Blatchford

Older prisoners; health, ethics and justice questions
Marian Peacock

'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
Susan Haden

Book Reviews

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


 

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