Affiliation: University of Hull
- Can training community mental health nurses to support family carers reduce behavioural problems in dementia? An exploratory pragmatic randomised controlled trialEsme Moniz-Cook
Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 23:185-91. 2008..This study evaluated the effects of training CMHNs in a systematic psychosocial intervention (PSI), to help family carers manage behavioural changes in their relative with dementia...
- Functional analysis-based interventions for challenging behaviour in dementiaEsme D Moniz Cook
Clinical Psychology and Ageing, Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2:CD006929. 2012..FA typically requires the therapist to develop and evaluate hypotheses-driven strategies that aid family and staff caregivers to reduce or resolve a person's distress and its associated behavioural manifestations...
- Reminiscence groups for people with dementia and their family carers: pragmatic eight-centre randomised trial of joint reminiscence and maintenance versus usual treatment: a protocolRobert T Woods
Dementia Services Development Centre Wales, Institute of Medical and Social Care Research, Bangor University, Normal Site, Holyhead Road, Bangor, UK
Trials 10:64. 2009....
- The Challenging Behaviour Scale (CBS): development of a scale for staff caring for older people in residential and nursing homesE Moniz-Cook
Department of Clinical Psychology, School of Medicine, University of Hull, UK
Br J Clin Psychol 40:309-22. 2001..A 25-item, broad-based rating scale, the Challenging Behaviour Scale (CBS), was developed to meet this need and its psychometric properties were examined...
- A European consensus on outcome measures for psychosocial intervention research in dementia careE Moniz-Cook
Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull and Humber Mental Health Teaching NHS Trust, Hull, UK
Aging Ment Health 12:14-29. 2008..Areas were identified where improved outcome measures for psychosocial intervention research studies are required...
- Prevalence and predictors of anxiety and depression in a sample of chronic heart failure patients with left ventricular systolic dysfunctionJ E Haworth
Department of Clinical Psychology, Post Graduate Medical Institute, Hertford Building, University of Hull, Kingston upon Hull HU6 7RX, United Kingdom
Eur J Heart Fail 7:803-8. 2005..To determine the prevalence and predictors of anxiety and depression in patients with heart failure due to Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction (LVSD)...
- Functional analysis of challenging behaviour in dementia: the role of superstitionE Moniz-Cook
Department of Clinical Psychology, School of Medicine, University of Hull, Hull HU3 2SG, UK
Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 16:45-56. 2001..Intervention for challenging behaviour of residents living in care homes is a neglected area of research. Pharmacological methods of management are widespread, although support for their efficacy is, on the whole, poor...
- Defining "early dementia" and monitoring intervention: what measures are useful in family caregiving?K Richards
Hull and East Riding Community NHS Trust, Hull, UK
Aging Ment Health 7:7-14. 2003..The use of psychosocial measures of disability in conjunction with those of cognition, are important in the definition and longitudinal measurement of intervention and support in early dementia...
- Cognitive-behavioural rehabilitation programme for patients with an implanted cardioverter defibrillator: a pilot studyD J Frizelle
Department of Clinical Psychology, c o The Institute of Rehabilitation, 215 Anlaby Road, Hull HU3 2PG, UK
Br J Health Psychol 9:381-92. 2004..The effectiveness of a comprehensive 12-week CR programme for ICD patients was evaluated...
- Diagnosing dementia in primary careJan De Lepeleire
Age Ageing 33:321. 2004
- Dementia: issues in early recognition and intervention in primary careR T Woods
Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Wales, Bangor LL57 2PX, UK
J R Soc Med 96:320-4. 2003
- Sensory stimulation in dementia. Cause of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia needs to be established firstEsme Moniz-Cook
BMJ 326:661. 2003