Browsing publications by Dr Claire Dickinson

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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
Professor Stephen Procter
Dr Deborah Harrison
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Chiara Lombardo
New Ways of Working in UK mental health services: developing distributed responsibility in community mental health teams?2016
Dr Claire Dickinson
Understanding interprofessional education as an intergroup encounter: The use of contact theory in programme planning2016
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 Claire Dickinson
Key Issues in Evolving Dementia Care: International Theory-based Policy and Practice by Anthea Innes, Fiona Kelly and Louise McCabe (eds) [Book review]2013
Dr Claire Dickinson
Claire Bamford
Professor Catherine Exley
Joan Hughes
Dr Louise Robinson
et al.
Planning for tomorrow whilst living for today: the views of people with dementia and their families on advance care planning2013
Professor Louise Robinson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Claire Bamford
Joan Hughes
Professor Catherine Exley
et al.
A qualitative study: Professionals' experiences of advance care planning in dementia and palliative care, 'a good idea in theory but...'2013
Professor Louise Robinson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Fiona Beyer
Professor Julian Hughes
et al.
A systematic review of the effectiveness of advance care planning interventions for people with cognitive impairment and dementia2012
Professor Louise Robinson
Claire Bamford
Fiona Beyer
Dr Claire Dickinson
Professor Catherine Exley
et al.
Patient preferences for future care – how can Advanced Care Planning become embedded into dementia care: a study protocol2010
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Chiara Lombardo
Professor Pauline Pearson
Mapping new roles in mental health services: the development of four new mental health roles from 2004 to 20062008
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