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Capturing progress in creative arts and dementia
(The Journal of Dementia Care, 2013-02)
Karan Jutlla, Maria Parsons, Richard Coaten, Larry Gardiner and Dawn Brooker report on an event that explored some of the challenges of developing the creative arts in dementia care - and celebrated clever partnership working.
Cultural Norms About the Roles of Older People in Sikh Families.
(Sense Publishers: Boston, 2013)
This chapter is organised into two parts. Part I discusses the migration history of Sikhs in the UK. It reviews current literature that provides a useful insight into the development and characteristics of Sikh communities ...
Ethnicity and Cultural Diversity in Dementia Care. A Review of the Research
In this review Dr Karan Jutlla identifies research which could offer insights into the challenges and experiences of people living with dementia and their family carers from BME communities, and highlights evidence to ...
How do non-clinical Paranoid vs. Socially anxious individuals react to failure vs. sucess? An experimental investigation
(Scientific and Academic Publisher, 2013-03)
We did a quasi experimental study with 223 college students divided into three groups according to the presence of non - clinical paranoid ideation vs. social anxiety: the paranoia group (PG) vs. the social anxiety group ...
The Relationship between Childhood Experiences of Submissiveness, External shame and Paranoia in a Portuguese Student Sample
(Edinwilsen Press, 2013-12)
Paranoia has been conceptualised as a form of defence against perceived threat that is associated to internal shame, issues of rank and history of trauma in clinical populations. We aimed to explore whether a student sample ...
Narrative affinities of the lived experiences of asthma and sporting embodiment
"The purpose of this study was to conduct an investigation of the lived experiences of asthma and sporting embodiment in non-elite sportspeople of different ages and levels of ability, involved in a range of sports. Despite ...
Interfacing with older LGBT citizens
Patient initiated questions: How can doctors encourage them and improve the consulation process? A qualitative study
Objective: To investigate the circumstances under which patients initiate direct questions in oncology consultations. Design: Conversation analysis of 47 consultations between oncologists and patients with cancer. Setting: ...