Working with Older People: Volume 25 Issue 1

Practical approaches to work, leisure, lifestyle and learning


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Assessing the correlation between the quality of working life and perceived stress in a rehabilitation hospital

Bilge Kalanlar, Duygu Akçay, İlkay Karabay

This study aims to examine the relationship between the quality of working lives and the perceived stress of health personnel working in a hospital specialized in physical…

A participatory mixed-methods evaluation of a falls awareness programme

Megan Elliott, Hannah Watson, Amy Lewis, Carolyn Wallace

Falls are common in older adults and are associated with injuries and serious ongoing problems. This paper aims to present a participatory evaluation of a Falls Awareness…


Association of nurses’ characteristics and level of knowledge with ageist attitudes toward older adults: a systematic review

Mohammad Rababa, Ammar M. Hammouri, Sami Al-Rawashdeh

This study aims to examine the association between nurses’ ageism and their knowledge about aging and socio-demographic and professional characteristics in recent international…

Attitudes to ageing and quality of life in young and old older adults: an international cross-sectional analysis

Sarah Long, Kenneth Laidlaw, Angus Lorimer, Nuno Ferreira

Although quality of life and attitudes to ageing have been explored in the context of mental and physical health problems in older adults, the interplay between these variables…

Relationship-centred CogniCare: an academic–digital–dementia care experts interface

Leah Macaden, Kevin Muirhead, Giulia Melchiorre, Ruth Mantle, Geraldine Ditta, Adam Giangreco

This paper aims to reports on an academic–industry service development innovation to advance the symptom monitor and track feature within the CogniCare app to support family…

Engaging nursing students and older adults through service-learning

Christine S. Gipson, Julie A. Delello, Rochell R. McWhorter

The purpose of this study is to examine nursing students’ (n = 18) perceptions of interrelating with older adults to understand how such interactions might improve students’…

Valuing the caregiver: a feasibility study of an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) group intervention for dementia caregivers

Catriona George, Mandy Boyce, Rosalind Evans, Nuno Ferreira

This study aims to investigate the feasibility and acceptability of a new group intervention, using an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) approach, developed for dementia…

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