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The impact of organisational culture on the delivery of person-centred care in services providing respite care and short breaks for people with dementia.
- C. Kirkley, C. Bamford, M. Poole, H. Arksey, J. Hughes, J. Bond
- Health & social care in the community
- 1 July 2011
Ensuring the development and delivery of person-centred care in services providing respite care and short breaks for people with dementia and their carers has a number of challenges for health and… Expand
Person- and carer-centred respite care for people with dementia: developing methods of evaluating the effectiveness of different models
Ms Claire Bamford Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University Dr Hilary Arksey Social Policy Research Unit, York University Mrs Marie Poole Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle… Expand
Personal resilience in psychiatrists: systematic review
Aims and method The concept of personal resilience is relevant to physician well-being, recruitment and retention, and to delivering compassionate patient care. This systematic review aims to explore… Expand
Defining Person Centred Care: The Views of People with Dementia, Family Carers and Professionals
GYNECOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS IN THE INSANE.
- Catherine Kirkley
- 5 November 1892
The observations recorded in this paper were made at the Toledo Hospital for Insane during a part of 1890 and 1891, the opportunity being kindly given by Dr. H. A. Tobey, Supt. Owing to the… Expand
REPORT OF CASES OF ABDOMINAL SECTION AT ROBINWOOD HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN, FROM MAY 1, 1893, TO JAN. 1, 1894.Read before the Detroit Gynecological Society, April 4, 1894.
- Catherine Kirkley
- 2 June 1894
It is to be regretted that the entire profession has not yet realized the importance of timely operation in destructive disease of the abdomen and pelvis. By timely is meant as soon as operation is… Expand