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Dr Holly Bennett
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Ilianna Lourida
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Lynne Corner
et al.
A comparison over 2 decades of disability-free life expectancy at age 65 years for those with long-term conditions in England: Analysis of the 2 longitudinal Cognitive Function and Ageing Studies2022
Dr Holly Bennett
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Gemma Frances Spiers
Dr Louise Robinson
Dr Lynne Corner
et al.
Healthy ageing for all? Comparisons of socioeconomic inequalities in health expectancies over two decades in the Cognitive Function and Ageing Studies I and II2021
Dr Holly Bennett
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Ilianna Lourida
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Lynne Corner
et al.
The contribution of multiple long-term conditions to widening inequalities in disability-free life expectancy over two decades:Longitudinal analysis of two cohorts using the Cognitive Function and Ageing Studies2021
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Alison Wheatley
Tara Homer
Shannon Robalino
Fiona Beyer
et al.
An intervention to improve outcomes of falls in dementia: the DIFRID mixed-methods feasibility study2019
Dr Jane Wilcockson
Dr Louise Robinson
Philip Hodgson
Dr Lynne Corner
‘I just want to get on with my life’: a mixed-methods study of active management of quality of life in living with dementia2018
Dr Greta Brunskill
Claire Bamford
Professor Joy Adamson
Dr Lynne Corner
Dr Alison Wheatley
et al.
Engaging innovative and inclusive partnerships to inform dementia research: the Dementia Care Community2018
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Alison Wheatley
Denise Howel
Dr Robert Barber
Tara Homer
et al.
Is it feasible to deliver a complex intervention to improve the outcome of falls in people with dementia? A protocol for the DIFRID feasibility study2018
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Lynne Corner
"We're all thrown in the same boat...": A qualitative analysis of peer support in dementia care2016
Emeritus Professor Barry Hirst
Dr Lynne Corner
Kimberley Down
Pathways to embed patient and public involvement in healthcare scientist training programmes2015
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Lynne Corner
Organisational space for partnership and sustainability: lessons from the implementation of the National Dementia Strategy for England2014
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Dr Lynne Corner
The threat to wellbeing from cognitive decline2014
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor John Bond
Ageing in place and technologies of place: The lived experience of people with dementia in changing social, physical and technological environments2010
Professor Katie Brittain
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor John Bond
Ageing in place and technologies of place: the lived experience of people with dementia in changing social, physical and technological environments2010
Claire Bamford
Dr Marie Poole
Joan Hughes
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor John Bond
et al.
Defining Person Centred Care: The Views of People with Dementia, Family Carers and Professionals2009
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Lynne Corner
Dr Tracy Finch
Professor Julian Hughes
et al.
Balancing rights and risks: Conflicting perspectives in the management of wandering in dementia2007
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Lynne Corner
Fiona Beyer
et al.
Effectiveness and acceptability of non-pharmacological interventions to reduce wandering in dementia: A systematic review2007
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor John Bond
Social aspects of ageing2007
Professor John Bond
Claire Bamford
Dr Lynne Corner
Talking to people with dementia: how should we interpret their response in the context of qualitative research interviews?2007
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Lynne Corner
Fiona Beyer
Dr Heather Dickinson
et al.
A systematic literature review of the effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions to prevent wandering in dementia and evaluation of the ethical implications and acceptability of their use2006
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor John Bond
Social aspects of ageing2006
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
The future of well-being: quality of life of older people in the twenty-first century2006
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Lynne Corner
Fiona Beyer
Alessandra Vanoli
Dr Tracy Finch
et al.
Effectiveness and acceptability of non-pharmacological methods to reduce wandering in people with dementia: incorporating users' perspectives into systematic reviews2005
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor John Bond
Being at risk of dementia: Fears and anxieties of older adults2004
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor John Bond
Involving people with dementia and their carers in research2004
Dr Lynne Corner
Quality of life [Book review]2004
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Quality of life and older people2004
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor John Bond
Social aspects of ageing2004
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Dr Ruth Graham
Social science theory on dementia research: Normal ageing, cultural representation and social exclusion2004
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Changing conceptualisation of dementia2003
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Changing conceptualisations of dementia2003
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Being at risk of dementia: fears and anxieties of older adults2002
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Medicalisation of insight and caregivers' response to risk in dementia2002
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Psychosocial aspects of mild cognitive impairment: Conceptual issues and preliminary empirical observations2002
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Insight and quality of life in dementia2001
Professor John Bond
Dr Lynne Corner
Researching dementia: are there unique methodological challenges for health services research?2001
Dr Lynne Corner
Professor John Bond
Health and social care decision-making: do older people want to participate? IV European Congress of Gerontology, Berlin, July 7-111999