Browsing publications by Professor John Bond

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Marie Poole
Professor John Bond
Professor Louise Robinson
Professor Julian Hughes
Going home? An ethnographic study of assessment of capacity and best interests in people with dementia being discharged from hospital2014
Professor John Bond
Professor Carol Jagger
Professor Louise Robinson
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Ian McKeith
et al.
A two-decade comparison of prevalence of dementia in individuals aged 65 years and older from three geographical areas of England: results of the Cognitive Function and Ageing Study I and II2013
Dr Clare Abley
Professor John Bond
Professor Louise Robinson
From forgetfulness to dementia: clinical and commissioning implications of diagnostic experiences2013
Marie Poole
Professor John Bond
Professor Julian Hughes
Homeward bound or bound for a home? Assessing the capacity of dementia patients to make decisions about hospital discharge: comparing practice with legal standards2013
Marie Poole
Professor John Bond
Professor Julian Hughes
Residence capacity: complexity and confusion2013
Professor Carol Jagger
Professor John Bond
Professor Louise Robinson
Andrew Kingston
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Gender differences in the association between self-rated health and mortality: Results from the Newcastle 85+ Study2012
Dr Katie Brittain
Professor Carol Jagger
Andrew Kingston
Dr Joanna Collerton
karen Davies
et al.
Loneliness in the very old: Patterns over time2012
Andrew Kingston
Dr Joanna Collerton
Karen Davies
Professor John Bond
Professor Louise Robinson
et al.
Losing the Ability in Activities of Daily Living in the Oldest Old: A Hierarchic Disability Scale from the Newcastle 85+ Study2012
Andrew Kingston
Professor John Bond
Dr Joanna Collerton
karen Davies
Professor Louise Robinson
et al.
Modelling the impact of chronic diseases on disability-free life expectancy in the very old2012
Dr Blossom Stephan
Professor John Bond
Professor Ian McKeith
Professor Carol Brayne
Neuropathological Profile of Mild Cognitive Impairment from a Population Perspective.2012
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