Anthea Innes
Anthea Innes
Professor, Health, Aging and Society, McMaster University
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Measuring person-centered care: a critical comparative review of published tools
D Edvardsson, A Innes
The Gerontologist 50 (6), 834-846, 2010
Technologies to support community-dwelling persons with dementia: a position paper on issues regarding development, usability, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness, deployment …
F Meiland, A Innes, G Mountain, L Robinson, H van der Roest, ...
JMIR rehabilitation and assistive technologies 4 (1), e6376, 2017
Dementia studies: A social science perspective
A Innes
Sage, 2009
Dementia care in rural and remote settings: a systematic review of informal/family caregiving
A Innes, D Morgan, J Kostineuk
Maturitas 68 (1), 34-46, 2011
Human rights, citizenship and dementia care nursing
F Kelly, A Innes
International journal of older people nursing 8 (1), 61-70, 2013
Dementia knowledge and attitudes of the general public in Northern Ireland: an analysis of national survey data
P McParland, P Devine, A Innes, V Gayle
International Psychogeriatrics 24 (10), 1600-1613, 2012
Care home design for people with dementia: What do people with dementia and their family carers value?
A Innes, F Kelly, O Dincarslan
Aging & mental health 15 (5), 548-556, 2011
Barriers to leisure participation for people with dementia and their carers: An exploratory analysis of carer and people with dementia’s experiences
A Innes, SJ Page, C Cutler
Dementia 15 (6), 1643-1665, 2016
Dichotomising dementia: is there another way?
PM Parland, F Kelly, A Innes
Ageing, Dementia and the Social Mind, 83-94, 2017
Measuring the well-being of people with dementia living in formal care settings: the use of Dementia Care Mapping
A Innes, C Surr
Aging & mental health 5 (3), 258-268, 2001
Promoting person-centred care at the front line
A Innes, S Macpherson, L McCabe
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2006
Developing theoretical understandings of dementia and their application to dementia care policy in the UK
A Innes, J Manthorpe
Dementia 12 (6), 682-696, 2013
Dementia care in rural and remote settings: A systematic review of formal or paid care
D Morgan, A Innes, J Kosteniuk
Maturitas 68 (1), 17-33, 2011
Discovering what works well: exploring quality dementia care in hospital wards using an appreciative inquiry approach
A Scerri, A Innes, C Scerri
Journal of Clinical Nursing 24 (13-14), 1916-1925, 2015
Dementia care provision in rural Scotland: service users’ and carers’ experiences
A Innes, K Blackstock, A Mason, A Smith, S Cox
Health & social care in the community 13 (4), 354-365, 2005
Living with dementia in rural and remote Scotland: diverse experiences of people with dementia and their carers
KL Blackstock, A Innes, S Cox, A Smith, A Mason
Journal of rural studies 22 (2), 161-176, 2006
Dementia‐friendly communities: challenges and strategies for achieving stakeholder involvement
M Heward, A Innes, C Cutler, S Hambidge
Health & social care in the community 25 (3), 858-867, 2017
Does digital gaming enable healthy aging for community-dwelling people with dementia?
C Cutler, B Hicks, A Innes
Games and Culture 11 (1-2), 104-129, 2016
Assistive technologies to address capabilities of people with dementia: from research to practice
PA Kenigsberg, JP Aquino, A Bérard, F Brémond, K Charras, T Dening, ...
Dementia 18 (4), 1568-1595, 2019
Caring for older people with an intellectual disability: a systematic review
A Innes, L McCabe, K Watchman
Maturitas 72 (4), 286-295, 2012
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