ISBN-10:
1843104296
ISBN-13:
9781843104292
Pub. Date:
10/15/2006
Publisher:
Kingsley, Jessica Publishers
EVALUATION IN DEMENTIA CARE

EVALUATION IN DEMENTIA CARE

by Anthea Innes, Louise McCabe
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ISBN-13: 9781843104292
Publisher: Kingsley, Jessica Publishers
Publication date: 10/15/2006
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 6.06(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Louise McCabe Ph.D is a lecturer in Dementia Studies at the University of Stirling. Her research interests focus on people with dementia and associated policy and practice issues. To date published work has included research on social policy and services for people with dementia in the UK and India; policy and service issues for people with alcohol related dementia; and frontline health and social care staff. Her current research grants bring together an interest in how lifestyle choices around health, exercise and alcohol use can influence the experiences of people with dementia. She also teaches on undergraduate and postgraduate dementia studies courses at the University of Stirling.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements. Part One: Contexts of Evaluating Dementia Care. 1. What is Evaluation? Anthea Innes and Louise McCabe, both at the University of Stirling, UK. 2. Problems in Evaluating Dementia Care. Caroline Cantley, University of Northumbria, UK. 3. Internal versus External Evaluation. Carolyn Lechner, Case Western University, Ohio, USA. 4. The Policy Context For Evaluating Dementia Care. Louise McCabe. Part Two: Evaluating Dementia Care: Practicalities and Reflections. 5. Evaluating Technology For Dementia Care. Alison Bowes, University of Stirling, UK. 6. Evaluating Long Stay Care Settings: The Environment. Helle Wijk, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. 7. Evaluating Long Stay Care Settings: A Study of a Life Review and Life Storybook Project. Faith Gibson, University of Ulster, Ireland, Barbara Haight and Yvonne Michel, both at the Medical University of South Carolina, USA. 8. Evaluating Long Stay Settings: Reflections on the Process with Particular Reference to Dementia Care Mapping. Anthea Innes and Fiona Kelly, both at the University of Stirling, UK. 9. Evaluating Long Stay Interventions: Concealment of Medication. Øyvind Kirkevold, Norwegian Centre for Dementia Research, Norway. 10. Evaluating the Experience of People with Dementia in Decision-Making in Health and Social Care. Jeanne Tyrrell, University of Grenoble, France. Part Three: Future Challenges in Evaluating Dementia Care. 11. Ethics, Evaluation and Dementia. Julie Christie, East Dunbartonshire Council, UK. 12. User Involvement in Evaluations. Charlie Murphy, Coordinator of the Glasgow Access Panel, UK. 13. Evaluation of Dementia Care in Resource-Scarce Settings. Jurate Macijauskiene, Kaunas University of Medicine, Lithuania. 14. Building on the Lessons of Evaluations. Louise McCabe and Anthea Innes. Index.

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