ISSN 1360-7863 (Print); ISSN 1364-6915 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Assessing quality of life in dementia
Selai, C.; R.Trimble, M.
Sex differences in elderly suicide rates: some predictive factors
Coren, S.; Hewitt, P. L.
Prevalence, incidence and correlates of depression in the oldest old: the OCTO study
Zarit, S. H.; Femia, E. E.; Gatz, M.; Johansson, B.
The diagnosis and management of dementia in primary care: development, implementation and evaluation of a national training programme
Iliffe, S.; Eden, A.; Downs, M.; Rae, C.
Delusional symptomatology as seen by a community mental health outreach team
H.Tuokko; Frerichs, R.; Halpern, S.; Eisner, M.
Activity, friendships and wellbeing in residential settings for older people
Mckee, K. J.; Harrison, G.; Lee, K.
Capacity to consent in dementia and the additional costs of implementing the Bournewood Judgement in geriatric psychiatry
Shah, A.; Foli, S.; Odutoye, K.
Burden felt by family caring for the elderly members needing care in southern Japan
Arai, Y.; Washio, M.
Lifestyle and health behaviors among female family dementia caregivers: a comparison of wives and daughters
Mckibbin, C. L.; W.Walsh; Rinki, M.; Koin, D.; Gallagher-Thompson, D.
Assessing carers' training needs: a pilot inquiry
A.Turner, S.; Street, H. P.
The psychological consequences of learning a diagnosis of dementia: three case examples
Husband, H. J.
Carers of people with dementia: their experience of ward rounds
Bains, J.; Vassilas, C. A.