Tag Archives: Dementia Terminology

Exploring Changing Terminological Usage in Frailty Research (PLoS One)

Summary A recent review used textual analysis to investigate changes in the patterns of keywords found in frailty research publications over four decades. Full Text Link Reference Kim, Y. [and] Jang, SN. (2018). Mapping the knowledge structure of frailty in … Continue reading

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Language Guidelines on Dementia Terminology: the Hidden Influence and Power of Words (Alzheimer’s Australia / Australian Journal of Dementia Care / JRF)

Summary Suggested language guidelines have been produced in Australia, to encourage a more inclusive and non-stigmatising use of words when talking and writing about dementia. This guidance will be particularly of interest for health professionals, service providers and others working … Continue reading

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