JDC Article Archive
The JDC Article Archive is now available to browse and purchase
All JDC abstracts are indexed in the main Archive search engine, accessible from the “Search for an Article” bar to the right of this page.
You can search for articles by a specific author by putting quotes around their name, eg “John Killick”.
You can also search by subject using the tag cloud below (larger names indicate more entries):
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Below you can browse the JDC Article Archive in chronological order:
A central London care home for people with dementia provides a luxurious setting for its residents. Victoria Tischler interviewed the entrepreneurs behind the project Vol 26 No 2 Page 14
Mask theatre company Vamos is running an Arts Council-funded project which puts people with dementia and their carers at the centre of its work. Honor Hoskins describes the shows and how they have been received Vol 26 No 2 Page 12
Sarah Robens and Lisa Smith wanted to know how a “Memory Matters” education and advice course was experienced by participants. They share the results of their evaluation Vol 26 No 1 Pags 32-34
What are the barriers confronting ethnic minority communities attending memory services? Jasmine Martinez and Naomi Wynne-Morgan devised a research project to find out Vol 26 No 1 Pages 28-31
Most care homes in Scotland are doing well with implementing the Standards of Care for Dementia. However, as Heather Edwards found, there are key areas where improvement is still needed Vol 26 No 2 Pages 25-27
Sporting reminiscence can have a significant impact on wellbeing, but what happens when the experience becomes intergenerational? Ian James and colleagues found out Vol 26 No 1 Page 22-24
Camera-based technology is being used to monitor the health of dementia patients in a Midlands hospital. Dr Alex Kakoullis argues that the project is justified despite concerns about privacy and dignity Vol 26 No 1 Page 20