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Waller, S. (2019). Good design for people with dementia in hospital. Journal ofDementia Care, 27(3) 32-35.2018Brooker, D. (2018). Maintaining Dignity and Quality of Life for Elderly Persons withDementia until the End of Life through Person-centred Care. Journal of the JapaneseAcademy of Gerontological Nursing, 22(2).Brooker, D., Evans, S., Evans, S., Bray, J., Sabine, F., Scorolli, C., Szcześniak, D., d'Arma,A., Urbańska, K., Atkinson, T., Farina, E., Rymaszewska, J., Chattat, R., Henderson, C.,Rehill, A., Hendriks, I., Meiland, F. & Dröes, R. (2018). Evaluation of the implementationof the Meeting Centres Support Program in Italy, Poland, and the UK; exploration of theeffects on people with dementia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 1–10.Carter, C., Bray, J., Read, K., Harrison-Dening, K., Thompson, R. & Brooker, D. (2018).Articulating the unique competencies of Admiral Nurse Practice. Working with OlderPeople, 22(3), 139-147.Evans, S.B., Evans, S.C., Brooker, D., Henderson, C., Szcześniak, D., Atkinson, T., Bray, J.,Rehill, A., Saibene, F., d'Arma, A., Scorolli, C., Chattat, R., Farina, E., Urbańska, K.,Rymaszewska, J., Meiland, F. & Dröes, R. (2018). The impact of the implementation ofthe Dutch combined Meeting Centres Support Programme for family caregivers ofpeople with dementia in Italy, Poland and UK. Aging & Mental Health.Evans, S., Atkinson, T., Cameron, A., Johnson, E., Smith, R., Darton, R., Porteus, J. &Lloyd, L. (2018). Can extra care housing support the changing needs of older peopleliving with dementia? Dementia, online.Garabedian, C. & Kelly, F. (2018). Haven: Sharing receptive music listening to fosterconnections and wellbeing for people with dementia who are nearing the end of life,and those who care for them. Dementia.Latham, I. (2018). Many care homes still rely on antipsychotic medication for somepeople with dementia. But do they have any alternative? The Journal of Dementia Care,26(1), 8-9.Szcześniak, D., Dröes, R., Meiland, F., Brooker, D., Farina, E., Chattat, R., Evans, S.B.,Evans, S.C., Saibene, F., Urbańska, K. & Rymaszewska, J. (2018). Does the communitybased combined Meeting Center Support Programme (MCSP) make the pathway to daycare activities easier for people living with dementia? A comparison before and afterimplementation of MCSP in three European countries. International Psychogeriatrics,30(11), 1717-1734.Last updated: 01.07.2019Page 2

Van Mierlo, L., Chattat, R., Evans, S., Brooker, D., Saibene, F., Gamberini, G., Farina, E.,Scorolli, C., Szcześniak, D., Urbańska, K., Rymaszewska, J., Dröes, R. & Meiland, F. (2018).Facilitators and barriers to adaptive implementation of the Meeting Centers SupportProgram (MCSP) in three European countries; the process evaluation within theMEETINGDEM study. International Psychogeriatrics, 30(4) 527-537.2017Brooker, D., Droes, R. and Evans, S. (2016). Framing outcomes of post-diagnosticpsychosocial interventions in dementia: The Adaptation-Coping Model and Adjusting toChange, Working with Older People, 21(1), 13-21.Broome, E., Dening, T., Schneider, J. and Brooker, D. (2017). Care staff and the creativearts: exploring the context of involving care personnel in arts interventions.International Psychogeriatrics, 29(12) 1979-1991.Dröes, R., Meiland, F., Evans, S., Brooker, D., Farina, E., Szcześniak, D., Van Mierlo, L.,Orrell, M., Rymaszewska, J. & Chattat, R. (2017). Comparison of the adaptiveimplementation and evaluation of the Meeting Centers Support Program for peoplewith dementia and their family carers in Europe; study protocol of the MEETINGDEMproject. BMC geriatrics, 17(1).Evans, S.B., Bray, J. and Evans S.C. (2017). The iPad project: Introducing iPads into carehomes in the UK to support digital inclusion. Gerontechnology 16(2), 91-100.Evans, S., Garabedian, C. and Bray, J. (2017). 'Now he sings'. The My Musical MemoriesReminiscence Programme: Personalised interactive reminiscence sessions for peopleliving with dementia. Dementia.Gray, K., Evans, S., Griffiths, A. and Schneider, J. (2017). Critical reflections onmethodological challenge in arts and dementia evaluation and research. Dementia.Latham, I. & Brooker, D. (2017). Reducing anti-psychotic prescribing for care homeresidents with dementia. Nurse Prescribing, 15(10) 504-511.Lillyman, S. and Bruce, M. (2017). Caring for people with dementia at end of life. Nursing& residential care, 19(6), 331-334.Mangiaracina, F., Chattat, R., Farina, E., Saibene, F., Gamberini, G., Brooker, D., Evans,S.C., Evans, S.B., Szcześniak, D., Urbanska, K., Rymaszewska, J., Hendriks, I., Dröes, R. &Meiland, F. (2016). Not re-inventing the wheel: the adaptive implementation of themeeting centres support programme in four European countries, Aging & MentalHealth, 21(1), 40-48.Last updated: 01.07.2019Page 3

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2013Brooker, D., La Fontaine, J., de Vries, K. & Latham, I. (2013). The development of PIECEdem: Focussing on the experience of care for people living with advanced dementia. TheBritish Psychological Society Clinical Psychology Forum, 250(October), Vries, K. (2013). Communicating with older people with dementia. Nursing OlderPeople. 25, 4, Vries, K., Brooker, D, & Smith, K. (2013). Dementia skills and competencies forprimary care liaison: A model for improving identification and timely diagnosis. PrimaryHealth Care Research & Development, 14(3), 240-249. Published online November 2012.Evans, S., Means, R. & Powell, J. (2013). Making care homes part of the community? Anevaluation of the Gloucestershire Partnerships for Older People Project. Quality inAgeing and Older Adults, 14(1), 66-74.Jolley, D. and Read, K. (2013). Diogenes inside out—a note in response to De-Giogio andVito: manuscript GPS – 12 – 0201. Dead under the bed: a case of Diogenes syndrome?International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 28, 5, 550.Jones, M., Kimberlee, R., Deave, T. & Evans, S. (2013). The role of community centrebased arts, leisure and social activities in promoting adult well-being and healthlifestyles. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10(5),1948-1962.Jutlla, K. (2013). Ethnicity and cultural diversity in dementia care: A review of theresearch. Journal of Dementia Care, 21(2), 33-39.Jutlla, K., Parsons, M., Coaten, R., Gardiner, L. & Brooker, D. (2013). Capturing progressin creative arts and dementia. Journal of Dementia Care, 21(1), 26-28.La Fontaine, J. & Oyebode, J. (2013). Family relationships and dementia: A synthesis ofqualitative research including the person with dementia. Ageing and Society. First viewaccess online: S0144686X13000056Røsvik, J., Brooker, D., Mjorud, M. & Kirkevold, Ø. (2013). What is person-centred carein dementia? Clinical reviews into practice: The development of the VIPS practice model.Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, 23(2), 155-163.Upton, D., Bray, J., Jones, T. & Upton, P. (2013). Touchscreen technology – the evidence.Journal of Dementia Care, 21(3), 16-17.Last updated: 01.07.2019Page 7

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