Affiliation: University of Reading
- Shared patients: multiple health and social care contactJ Keene
University of East Anglia, UK
Health Soc Care Community 9:205-14. 2001..It is suggested that Accident and Emergency attendance might serve as an important predictor of multiple agency attendance...
- Mental health patients in criminal justice populations: needs, treatment and criminal behaviourJ Keene
University of Reading, Whiteknights, Berks RG6 6AH, UK
Crim Behav Ment Health 13:168-78. 2003..Government policy requires that health and social care agencies work more closely together and in partnership with the criminal justice system. There is a well-established relationship between crime and mental disorder...
- Age and gender differences in health service utilizationJ Keene
Centre for Primary Care and Public Health, School of Health and Social Care, University of Reading, Bulmershe Court, Earley, Reading RG6 1HY
J Public Health (Oxf) 27:74-9. 2005..This study of age and gender profiles of health care populations fills a gap in the research literature by providing a population study of both single health agency and inter-agency 'Shared Care' populations...
- Gender differences in older patient populations: a case linkage study of community health, mental health, and social services in the United KingdomJ Keene
School of Health and Social Care, University of Reading, Earley, Reading, United Kingdom
Health Care Women Int 26:713-30. 2005..In both single- and dual-agency care populations a profile emerged of older patients, female patients and older female patients, this profile varied across different diagnostic and care groups...
- Are mental health problems associated with use of Accident and Emergency and health-related harm?J Keene
University of Reading, Reading, UK
Eur J Public Health 17:387-93. 2007..Previous findings indicate that mental health problems are common in Emergency departments; however, there are few studies of the extent of health-related problems and emergency service use in mental health populations as a whole...
- Progressive decline in NART score with increasing dementia severityJ Cockburn
Department of Psychology, University of Reading, United Kingdom
J Clin Exp Neuropsychol 22:508-17. 2000..Results indicate that NART score does decline over time and that extent of decline is a function of MMSE score on entry to the study but is not dependent on age, education or time post onset of dementia...
- Estimating the relationship between disease progression and cost of care in dementiaJ Wolstenholme
Health Economics Research Centre, University of Oxford, Headington, UK
Br J Psychiatry 181:36-42. 2002..MMSE and the Barthel index are independent significant predictors of time to institutionalisation and cost of care, but changes in the Barthel index are particularly important in predicting costs outside institutional care...