Tag Archives: School of Nursing Midwifery and Social Work: University of Manchester

Re-Evaluating the Effectiveness of Joint Reminiscence Groups: the REMCARE Trial (PLoS One)

Summary The REMCARE Trial investigated the relative benefits and effectiveness of joint reminiscence groups, i.e. reminiscence therapy interventions involving people with dementia and their family carers together. The researchers did not find evidence supporting the clinical effectiveness or cost-effectiveness of … Continue reading

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Empathic Curiosity (Nursing Times / Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing)

Summary Empathic curiosity is an approach to establishing modes of communication when caring for people with dementia. The approach is based on an attempted appreciation their experiences and feelings. “Adopting an empathic and curious stance may help to establish the … Continue reading

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