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Insights on conducting digital patient and public involvement in dementia research during the COVID-19 pandemic: supporting the development of an “E-nabling digital co-production” framework (2022)
Journal Article
Molinari-Ulate, M., Woodcock, R., Smith, I., van der Roest, H. G., Franco-Martín, M. A., & Craven, M. P. (2022). Insights on conducting digital patient and public involvement in dementia research during the COVID-19 pandemic: supporting the development of an “E-nabling digital co-production” framework. Research Involvement and Engagement, 8(1), Article 33. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40900-022-00371-9

Background The rapid transition to digital working, accelerated due to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, has impacted the involvement of patients and public in research. This paper presents experiences of engaging in digital Patient and Public... Read More about Insights on conducting digital patient and public involvement in dementia research during the COVID-19 pandemic: supporting the development of an “E-nabling digital co-production” framework.

Perceptions of Cognitive Training Games and Assessment Technologies for Dementia: Acceptability Study With Patient and Public Involvement Workshops (2022)
Journal Article
Harrington, K., Craven, M. P., Wilson, M. L., & Landowska, A. (2022). Perceptions of Cognitive Training Games and Assessment Technologies for Dementia: Acceptability Study With Patient and Public Involvement Workshops. JMIR Serious Games, 10(2), Article e32489. https://doi.org/10.2196/32489

Background: Cognitive training and assessment technologies offer the promise of dementia risk reduction and more timely diagnosis of dementia respectively. Cognitive training technologies may help to reduce the lifetime risk of dementia by helping... Read More about Perceptions of Cognitive Training Games and Assessment Technologies for Dementia: Acceptability Study With Patient and Public Involvement Workshops.

A systematic literature review and meta-analysis on digital health interventions for people living with dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment (2022)
Journal Article
Di Lorito, C., Bosco, A., Rai, H., Craven, M., McNally, D., Todd, C., …Harwood, R. H. (2022). A systematic literature review and meta-analysis on digital health interventions for people living with dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(6), https://doi.org/10.1002/gps.5730

Objectives: Digital health interventions enable services to support people living with dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) remotely. This literature review gathers evidence on the effectiveness of digital health interventions on physical, co... Read More about A systematic literature review and meta-analysis on digital health interventions for people living with dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment.

Exploring User Opinion on the Benefits of Cognitive Games Through an Online Walkthrough and Interview (2021)
Book Chapter
Harrington, K., Craven, M. P., Wilson, M. L., & Landowska, A. (2021). Exploring User Opinion on the Benefits of Cognitive Games Through an Online Walkthrough and Interview. In Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Technology Design and Acceptance (21-32). Switzerland: Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-78108-8_2

Online walkthrough interviews were conducted via internet video-calling, which formed part of wider Patient and Public Involvement activities investigating perceptions of digital and gamified cognitive assessment and training/coaching applications. P... Read More about Exploring User Opinion on the Benefits of Cognitive Games Through an Online Walkthrough and Interview.

Care Coordination for Older People in the Non-Statutory Sector: Activities, Time Use and Costs (2020)
Journal Article
Hughes, J., Jasper, R., Worden, A., Loynes, N., Sutcliffe, C., Abendstern, M., & Challis, D. (2020). Care Coordination for Older People in the Non-Statutory Sector: Activities, Time Use and Costs. Journal of Long-Term Care, 91-107. https://doi.org/10.31389/jltc.10

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide new insights into the contribution and experiences of non-statutory sector (voluntary) services delivering care coordination. Design/methodology/approach: This qualitative study, based on face-to-... Read More about Care Coordination for Older People in the Non-Statutory Sector: Activities, Time Use and Costs.

Complex care needs and devolution in Greater Manchester: A pilot study to explore social care innovation in newly integrated service arrangements for older people (2020)
Journal Article
Malik, B., Wells, J., Hughes, J., Clarkson, P., Keady, J., Young, A., & Challis, D. (2020). Complex care needs and devolution in Greater Manchester: A pilot study to explore social care innovation in newly integrated service arrangements for older people. Australian Health Review, 44(6), 838-846. https://doi.org/10.1071/AH19168

© 2020 AHHA. Objective: The aim of this study was to describe emergent approaches to integrated care for older people with complex care needs and investigate the viability of measuring integrated care. Methods: A case study approach was used. Sites w... Read More about Complex care needs and devolution in Greater Manchester: A pilot study to explore social care innovation in newly integrated service arrangements for older people.