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”.
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Below you can browse the JDC Article Archive in chronological order:
Attempts to embed human rights in health care have failed to dislodge the medical model of service evaluation in the NHS. But David Truswell argues that a renewed effort is required to protect and promote health care rights, particularly where migrant and black and ethnic minority communities are concerned Vol … Continue reading "Dementia, human rights and BAME communities"
Digital technologies offer lots of opportunities for people with dementia to enjoy games and engaging activities. Erica Dove and Arlene Astell describe their research project and the findings so far Vol 26 No 1 Pages 18-19
How do you train care home staff when staff turnover is high and everyone is busy all the time? Laura Cook and colleagues report on the findings of a potential solution in which staff themselves were recruited to train their colleagues Vol 26 No 1 Pages 16-18
Rachel Good describes an early intervention scheme designed to help locate vulnerable people deemed to be at risk of going missing Vol 26 No 1 Pages 14-15
Standing up for the rights of people with dementia is a big ask, at least when it involves a visit to the United Nations in Geneva. Philly Hare tells the story. Vol 25 No 6 Pages 33-34
UK governments are failing to honour the rights of people with dementia, a United Nations inquiry has found. Jan Killeen considers progress under the various government strategies and what the problems are in light of the UN’s conclusions Vol 25 No 6 Pages 30-32
A third national dementia strategy has just been published by the Scottish government, but how will it differ from the previous two? Jim Pearson says there are still too many gaps between policy and practice Vol 25 No 6 Pages 27-29