PSIGE Newsletter 115 April 2011

PSIGE Newsletter 115 April 2011
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ISBN 1360-3671

Summary 

PSIGE Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People 

In this Early Careers edition of the newsletter we present a series of papers  by assistants, trainees and newly qualified clinical and counselling psychologists offering a mixture of experimental design and service evaluations which have direct and practical relevance to our field.

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Contents

Letter from the Editor
Louisa Shirley

Conducting research in clinical settings: The vital role played by trainees and assistants

Ian A. James

Sexuality and older adults in care settings: Staff attitudes

Kate Daley, Elizabeth Shipley, Lorna McKenzie & Amy Wood-Mitchell

An audit of scoring practice in the Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination-Revised practice within a Memory Assessment Service
Laura Fisk & Rachel Domone

'I think they mostly tell you, don't they?': The perspectives of people with dementia on the process of diagnostic assessment
Jocelyn Buckingham, Claire Appleton & Daniel Collerton

A process of counteracting forces: A grounded theory investigation of group therapy with older adults
Julia Heath

Service user satisfaction questionnaire of NHS Tayside Psychological Therapies Services for Older People
Paula Mulholland

A grounded theory approach to investigating the differing needs of Young Onset Dementia clients attending a memory clinic
Thomas Alexander & Andrea Evans

Obituary: Dr Ann D.M. Davies FBPsS, 28 November 1938 to 22 December 2010
David Powell & John Downes

Geographical Group Convenors

PSIGE National Committee

Recent journal articles by PSIGE members

PSIGE National Conference 2011

Developments in the Neuropsychology of Neuro-degenerative Disorders


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