Table of contents - Special Issue: Older people and COVID-19 — experiences and lessons for ageing
Guest Editors: Anne Killett, Fiona Poland
The impact of COVID-19 has most dramatically affected the older population, and nursing homes have become infection hotspots. As a response, governments have ordered isolation of…
The purpose of this paper is to explore the link between age discrimination and the injustices that have taken place in our care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic in this…
Building relational research capacity in care homes in the COVID-19 era: applying recognition theory to the research agendaGill Toms, Stephanie Green, Alison Orrell, Fiona Verity
Research can be an influential driver in raising care home standards and the well-being and human rights of residents. This paper aims to present a case for how a relational…
Adapting new strategies in dental care to help geriatric and special needs patients during COVID-19 pandemicMadhura Sen, Violet D’Souza, Shambhavi Sharma, Ramya Shenoy
This paper aims to discuss and urge further deliberation on possible strategies to help geriatric and special needs patients to receive dental care during the pandemic.
This paper aims to review how intergenerational connections and relationships have been affected to date by COVID-19. It provides lessons for the future.
Pandemic policy making: the health and wellbeing effects of the cessation of volunteering on older adults during the COVID-19 pandemicJurgen Grotz, Sally Dyson, Linda Birt
This policy-orientated commentary aims to provide a perspective on the effects of policy changes designed to reduce the risk of infection as a result of COVID-19. The example of…
This paper aims to explore the social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on issues facing older people living in urban areas characterised by multiple deprivation.
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- Prof Fiona Poland