Browsing publications by Dr Katie Brittain

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Lisa Newton
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Katie Brittain
Professor Louise Robinson
et al.
Exploring the views of GPs, people with dementia and their carers on assistive technology: a qualitative study.2016
Dr Gary Pritchard
Dr Katie Brittain
Alarm pendants and the technological shaping of older people's care: Between (intentional) help and (irrational) nuisance2015
Dr John Vines
Dr Gary Pritchard
Professor Peter Wright
Professor Patrick Olivier
Dr Katie Brittain
et al.
An Age-Old Problem: Examining the Discourses of Ageing in HCI and Strategies for Future Research2015
Dr Katie Brittain
Andrew Kingston
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
Professor Louise Robinson
et al.
An investigation into the patterns of loneliness and loss in the oldest old – Newcastle 85+ Study2015
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Katie Brittain
Professor Helen Rodgers
Identifying Continence OptioNs after Stroke (ICONS): an evidence synthesis, case study and exploratory cluster randomised controlled trial of the introduction of a systematic voiding programme for patients with urinary incontinence after stroke in secondary care2015
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Katie Brittain
Technology and trust: older people's perspectives of a home monitoring system2015
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Katie Brittain
Professor Louise Robinson
The everyday use of assistive technology by people with dementia and their family carers: a qualitative study2015
Dr Jo Jefferis
Michael Clarke
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Dr Katie Brittain
Challenges for the cataract surgeon treating people with dementia: a qualitative study exploring anesthetic choices2014
Professor Louise Robinson
Claire Bamford
Dr Katie Brittain
Introducing case management for people with dementia in primary care: a mixed-methods study2014
Marie Poole
Claire Bamford
Dr Katie Brittain
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Louise Robinson
et al.
The effectiveness of collaborative care for people with memory problems in primary care: results of the CAREDEM case management modelling and feasibility study2014
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