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:
Opportunities for arts activities in care homes are often limited and their value may go unrecognised. Emma Broome and colleagues ask whether a more ambitious approach is required Vol 25 No 6 Pages 24-26
Nicci Gerrard, novelist and co-founder of John’s Campaign, describes the transformative role of the creative arts in dementia care Vol 25 No 6 Pages 20-21
What is the best way to implement person-centred end of life care for people with dementia? Julie Young, Sue Gilbertson and Jenny Reid explain how comfort care plans work Vol 25 No 6 Pages 18-20
While the government has ditched its election-losing “dementia tax,” Toby Williamson wonders whether it was such a bad idea after all Vol 25 No 6 Pages 16
Home-like environments with vibrant colours should be a key feature of care home design. But Liz Fuggle and colleagues argue that there is another vital principle: less is more! Vol 25 No 6 Pages 14-15
LGBT people’s needs are often overlooked in dementia care. Sarah Monks and Angie Shaw explain the problem and one way to solve it Vol 25 No 6 Pages 12-13
Fionnuala Edgar describes how using different methods of teaching and learning – experiential learning and simplifying key concepts – had the potential to bring about practice change in a way that had not been achieved previously Vol 25 No 5 Page 32