Tag Archives: Personal Well-Being

Carers’ Coping Strategies (Trends in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy)

Summary A systematic review investigates the various strategies for coping adopted by unpaid carers. Full Text Link Reference Monteiro, AMF. Santos, RL. Kimura, N. [et al] (2018). Coping strategies among caregivers of people with Alzheimer Disease: a systematic review. Trends … Continue reading

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On the Possible Advantages of Spiritual Coping Models for Improving Patient Wellbeing (Health and Quality of Life Outcomes)

Summary An examination of evidence on the relationships between spirituality and improved personal resilience, the ability to overcome challenges and resulting quality of life outcomes. Full Text Link Reference Counted, V. Possamai, A. [and] Meade, T. (2018). Relational spirituality and … Continue reading

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Unmet Social Care Needs of Older People Living in Their Own Homes (Ipsos MORI / NIHR / Age UK / NatCen Social Research / Independent Age)

Summary Ipsos MORI, in association with the NIHR School for Social Care Research, Age UK, NatCen Social Research and Independent Age, have produced a report exploring the nature and extent of “unmet needs” for social care among older persons living … Continue reading

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Growing Sense of Wellbeing Into the Seventh Decade of Life (BBC News / MRC)

Summary A long-running Medical Research Council cohort study survey, which has followed the health and wellbeing of 1,700 people since their birth, indicates that feelings of wellbeing of those in their 60s actually increased as they approached the age of … Continue reading

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Care Bill Becomes Care Act 2014 (Department of Health)

Summary The Care and Support Minister Norman Lamb has written about the impact of the Care Act 2014, which introduces the biggest change to social care for 60 years. This online article summarises the provisions of the Care Act and … Continue reading

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On the Relationships Between Socio-Economic Deprivation and Health Inequalities (Rowntree Foundation / BBC News / ONS)

Summary Researchers at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) investigated hundreds of theories about how income influences health. The “How does money influence health?” report identifies four main – often overlapping – ways in which money (absolute and relative income inequalities) … Continue reading

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Self-Management in Early Stage Dementia (Dementia / Journal of Nursing Scholarship)

Summary Previous research has indicated that self-care interventions are effective for people living with long-term conditions. This article explores the feasibility of self-management programs specifically for people with dementia at an early stage. The experiences of people attending one such … Continue reading

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