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CANE: Camberwell Assessment of need for the Elderly

01 March 2005

Nursing Older People

Book Review

This book has been developed primarily by psychiatrists: a glance down the list of contributors reveals one nurse among a host of consultants and professors of...

Counselling older people: a systematic review

01 June 2005

Nursing Older People

Book Review

This publication is a systematic review that covers counselling and psychotherapy interventions with older people. The authors use a broad definition of counselling...

Depression: a cognitive approach

01 December 2003

Nursing Older People

Book Review

The authors, a consultant psychiatrist and a ward manager, have aimed at a readership of mental health professionals or support staff who are supervised. They claim...

The new national framework for NHS continuing care

01 December 2007

Nursing Older People

Features

The National Framework is set in a perfect world where comprehensive old age assessment appears to be universally available. I suspect that many care home residents...

Planning for end of life for people living with parkinson’s disease

01 January 2007

Nursing Older People

Book Review

The Parkinson’s Disease Society (PDS) has an excellent track record in producing high quality information both for people with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), carers and...

Parkinson’s disease in practice

01 September 2007

Nursing Older People

Book Review

Since the first edition of this excellent book was published, approaches to managing Parkinson’s disease (PD) have moved on considerably. This updated edition is...

Challenges facing acute care

01 December 2009

Nursing Older People

Editorial

Nursing practice with older people has a broad compass, but for this issue of Nursing Older People we turn the spotlight on acute care. Older people account for a...

Hazzard’s geriatric medicine and gerontology

01 July 2010

Nursing Older People

Book Review

TO CARE effectively for older people, we need to combine a broad nursing knowledge base with a thorough understanding of the ageing process and the health and social...

Time to be taken seriously

28 May 2015

Nursing Older People

Editorial

Older people, particularly the oldest old, are forming an increasing proportion of the UK population. It is essential that ageism is not tolerated and that planning...

Less politics, please

24 September 2015

Nursing Older People

Editorial

Chancellor George Osborne’s plan for a UK national living wage, unveiled in this year’s budget, has been poorly received by the UK’s five biggest care home providers...