Dementia-International Journal of Social Research and Practice

(The H4-Index of Dementia-International Journal of Social Research and Practice is 15. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Understanding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on well-being and virtual care for people living with dementia and care partners living in the community51
Using touchscreen tablets to support social connections and reduce responsive behaviours among people with dementia in care settings: A scoping review34
The use of technology in creating individualized, meaningful activities for people living with dementia: A systematic review32
The use of digital technologies by people with mild-to-moderate dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic: A positive technology perspective26
Exploring the impact of Covid-19 on the care and quality of life of people with dementia and their carers: A scoping review25
Effects of a virtual group cycling experience on people living with dementia: A mixed method pilot study23
The use of Twitter by people with young-onset dementia: A qualitative analysis of narratives and identity formation in the age of social media22
Partnerships in nursing homes: How do family caregivers of residents with dementia perceive collaboration with staff?22
Towards an increased understanding of reminiscence therapy for people with dementia: A narrative analysis21
A survey of the experience of living with dementia in a dementia-friendly community18
Themes describing social isolation in family caregivers of people living with dementia: A scoping review18
Engaging persons with dementia in advance care planning: Challenges and opportunities17
Social interactions of persons with dementia living in special care units in long-term care: A mixed-methods systematic review17
Social connectedness and dementia prevention: Pilot of the APPLE-Tree video-call intervention during the Covid-19 pandemic17
Robot companion cats for people at home with dementia: A qualitative case study on companotics17
Stakeholders’ perspectives on adapting the World Health Organization iSupport for Dementia in Australia15
A qualitative exploration of how gender and relationship shape family caregivers’ experiences across the Alzheimer’s disease trajectory15
Accessibility of health care experienced by persons with dementia from ethnic minority groups and formal and informal caregivers: A scoping review of European literature15