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Benchmarking the prevalence of care problems in UK care homes using the LPZ-i: a feasibility study (2017)
Journal Article
Darby, J., Horne, J., Lewin, J., Crocker, C., Coates, E., McEwan, K., …Gordon, A. L. (2017). Benchmarking the prevalence of care problems in UK care homes using the LPZ-i: a feasibility study. ISSN 2059-3341

Background: UK care homes have no mechanism for counting, collating or analyzing prevalence of care problems to benchmark quality of care. This study investigated the feasibility of the International Prevalence Measurement of Quality of... Read More

Are accelerometers a useful way to measure activity in care home residents? (2015)
Journal Article
Walker, G. M., Logan, P., Gordon, A. L., Conroy, S., Armstrong, S., Robertson, K., …Gladman, J. R. (2015). Are accelerometers a useful way to measure activity in care home residents?. Age and Ageing, 44(Suppl1), doi:10.1093/ageing/afv032.02. ISSN 0002-0729

Introduction: Accurate measurement of activity in care home residents is important for monitoring and evaluating interventions for activity promotion. Accelerometers provide a potential method. However, their usefulness in this population has not bee... Read More