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Andrew Geddis-Regan
Linda Errington
Dr Clare Abley
Rebecca Wassall
Professor Catherine Exley
et al.
Enhancing shared and surrogate decision making for people living with dementia: A systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions2021
James Faraday
Dr Clare Abley
Fiona Beyer
Professor Catherine Exley
How do we provide good mealtime care for people with dementia living in care homes? A systematic review of carer–resident interactions2021
James Faraday
Dr Clare Abley
Professor Catherine Exley
Dr Joanne Patterson
Improving mealtime care for people with dementia: A training intervention for care home staff2021
Dr Clare Abley
Developing a dementia care leaders' toolkit for older patients with cognitive impairment2020
Dr Kate Hackett
Dr Dennis Lendrem
Dr Clare Abley
Exploring medicines reconciliation in the emergency assessment unit: staff perceptions and actual waiting times.2020
Dr Clare Abley
Facilitating social coping: ‘seeking emotional and practical support from others’ as a critical strategy in maintaining the family care of people with dementia2020
Laura Prato
Dr Lyndsay Lindley
Dr Miriam Boyles
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Clare Abley
et al.
Empowerment, environment and person centred care: a qualitative study exploring the hospital experience for adults with cognitive impairment2019
Dr Clare Abley
Dr Claire Dickinson
Zoe Andrews
Laura Prato
Dr Lyndsay Lindley
et al.
Training interventions to improve general hospital care for older people with cognitive impairment: systematic review2019
Dr Clare Abley
Investigating what works to support family carers of people with dementia: a rapid realist review2017
Dr Clare Abley
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Emeritus Professor John Bond
Living with Uncertainty: Mapping the transition from pre-diagnosis to a diagnosis of dementia2016
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
From forgetfulness to dementia: clinical and commissioning implications of diagnostic experiences2013
Dr Clare Abley
Negotiating a labyrinth: experiences of assessment and diagnostic journey in cognitive impairment and dementia2013
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Patients' and carers' views on communication and information provision when undergoing assessments in memory services2013
Dr Clare Abley
Patients with dementia and their families: considerations for critical care2012
Dr Clare Abley
Practice question: Skin damage and safeguarding vulnerable adults2012
Dr Clare Abley
Responding to vulnerability in old age: patient-centred care2012
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
Dr Susan Campbell
Dr Alan Gemski
et al.
Becoming a person with dementia - a systematic review: Exploring older peoples' experiences in the transition from cognitive impairment to receiving a diagnosis of dementia2011
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Improving interprofessional practice for vulnerable older people: gaining a better understanding of vulnerability2011
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
Managing expectations through the diagnostic process of dementia2011
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Placing the person at the centre in the diagnosis of dementia2011
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
Dr Alan Gemski
The transition from cognitive impairment to dementia: older people's experiences2011
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Alan Gemski
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
The transition to dementia- individual and family experiences of receiving a diagnosis: a review2011
Dr Clare Abley
Patient centred care and vulnerability in old age2009
Dr Clare Abley
Barriers to providing patient centred care for vulnerable older people2008
Dr Clare Abley
Providing patient centred care for vulnerable older people in the community [poster presentation]2006
Dr Clare Abley
The social construction of patient centred care for vulnerable older people in the community2005