Dementia-International Journal of Social Research and Practice

(The TQCC of Dementia-International Journal of Social Research and Practice is 5. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
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 community50
Using touchscreen tablets to support social connections and reduce responsive behaviours among people with dementia in care settings: A scoping review32
The use of technology in creating individualized, meaningful activities for people living with dementia: A systematic review30
Exploring the impact of Covid-19 on the care and quality of life of people with dementia and their carers: A scoping review24
Exploring how triads of people living with dementia, carers and health care professionals function in dementia health care: A systematic qualitative review and thematic synthesis23
The use of Twitter by people with young-onset dementia: A qualitative analysis of narratives and identity formation in the age of social media22
The use of digital technologies by people with mild-to-moderate dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic: A positive technology perspective22
Effects of a virtual group cycling experience on people living with dementia: A mixed method pilot study21
Partnerships in nursing homes: How do family caregivers of residents with dementia perceive collaboration with staff?21
Towards an increased understanding of reminiscence therapy for people with dementia: A narrative analysis19
A survey of the experience of living with dementia in a dementia-friendly community18
Rotational care practices in minority ethnic families managing dementia: A qualitative study17
Social interactions of persons with dementia living in special care units in long-term care: A mixed-methods systematic review17
Robot companion cats for people at home with dementia: A qualitative case study on companotics17
Training and support for caregivers of people with dementia: The process of culturally adapting the World Health Organization iSupport programme to Portugal17
Engaging persons with dementia in advance care planning: Challenges and opportunities16
Stakeholders’ perspectives on adapting the World Health Organization iSupport for Dementia in Australia15
Themes describing social isolation in family caregivers of people living with dementia: A scoping review15
Social connectedness and dementia prevention: Pilot of the APPLE-Tree video-call intervention during the Covid-19 pandemic13
Dementia stigma reduction (DESeRvE) through education and virtual contact in the general public: A multi-arm factorial randomised controlled trial13
The saliency of geographical landmarks for community navigation: A photovoice study with persons living with dementia13
Experiences of people with dementia and their caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic in India: A mixed-methods study13
Satisfaction, utilization, and feasibility of a telehealth intervention for in-home dementia care support: A mixed methods study12
Accessibility of health care experienced by persons with dementia from ethnic minority groups and formal and informal caregivers: A scoping review of European literature12
‘You can’t just put somebody in a situation with no armour’. An ethnographic exploration of the training and support needs of homecare workers caring for people living with dementia12
How do we provide good mealtime care for people with dementia living in care homes? A systematic review of carer–resident interactions12
Resilience and supporting people living with dementia during the time of COVID-19; A qualitative study12
Specific support needs and experiences of carers of people with frontotemporal dementia: A systematic review12
Home care in dementia: The views of informal carers from a co-designed consultation12
Beyond crisis: Enacted sense-making among ethnic minority carers of people with dementia in Australia12
Clarifying the information and support needs of family caregivers of nursing home residents with advancing dementia12
Journey of ethics – Conducting collaborative research with people with dementia12
Exploring resilience and well-being of family caregivers of people with dementia exposed to mandatory social isolation by COVID-1911
Willingness of family caregivers of people with dementia to undertake Advance Care Planning: Examining an extended model of the Theory of Planned Behavior11
The impact of driving cessation for people with dementia – An integrative review11
A qualitative exploration of how gender and relationship shape family caregivers’ experiences across the Alzheimer’s disease trajectory11
The impact of participatory dementia research on researchers: A systematic review11
Healthcare professionals’ perspectives on rehabilitating persons with cognitive impairment11
Familiarity and participation outside home for persons living with dementia10
Beyond the project: Building a strategic theory of change to address dementia care, treatment and support gaps across seven middle-income countries10
A qualitative meta-synthesis of common and unique preferences for supportive services among persons with young onset dementia and their caregivers10
Community participation in activities and places among older adults with and without dementia10
What happens before, during and after crisis for someone with dementia living at home: A systematic review10
The experiences of those affected by parental young onset dementia: A qualitative systematic literature review9
The experiences, priorities, and perceptions of informal caregivers of people with dementia in nursing homes: A scoping review9
Free to be: Experiences of arts-based relational caring in a community living and thriving with dementia9
What do the public really know about dementia and its risk factors?9
Using meta-ethnography to understand the care transition experience of people with dementia and their caregivers9
The changing self: The impact of dementia on the personal and social identity of women (findings from the Improving the Experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life programme)8
Resilience in older people living with dementia – A narrative analysis8
Everyday experiences of people living with dementia and their carers relating to oral health and dental care8
Factors associated with the sleep of carers: A survey of New Zealanders supporting a family member with cognitive impairment or dementia8
Emotion work and feeling rules: Coping strategies of family caregivers of people with end stage dementia in Israel—A qualitative study8
Methods and approaches for enhancing communication with people with moderate-to-severe dementia that can facilitate their inclusion in research and service evaluation: Findings from the IDEAL programm8
Cultural adaptation of World Health Organization iSupport for Dementia program for Chinese-Australian caregivers8
Opening Minds through Art: A preliminary study evaluating the effects of a creative-expression program on persons living with dementia and their primary care partners7
Co-designing a dementia-specific education and training program for home care workers: The ‘Promoting Independence Through Quality Dementia Care at Home’ project7
The use of everyday technologies to enhance well-being and enjoyment for people living with dementia: A systematic literature review and narrative synthesis7
How do factors of sociodemographic, health literacy and dementia experience influence carers’ knowledge of dementia?7
The experiences of grandchildren who provide care for a grandparent with dementia: A systematic review7
Important aspects of home care service: An interview study of persons with dementia7
Embedding patient and public involvement in dementia research: Reflections from experiences during the ‘Journeying through Dementia’ randomised controlled trial7
Dementia awareness, beliefs and barriers among family caregivers in Pakistan7
Emotion regulation and decision-making in persons with dementia: A scoping review7
A preliminary evaluation of a client-centred prompting tool for supporting everyday activities in individuals with mild to moderate levels of cognitive impairment due to dementia7
Co-designing complex interventions with people living with dementia and their supporters7
What are the elements needed to create an effective visual art intervention for people with dementia? A qualitative exploration7
Perceptions and experiences of dementia and its care in rural Kenya7
Pad cultures: An ethnography of continence care and its consequences for people living with dementia during a hospital admission7
Everyday experiences of post-diagnosis life with dementia: A co-produced photography study7
What is the present role for general practitioners in dementia care? Experiences of general practitioners, patients and family carers in Portugal7
Tensions in support for family caregivers of people with dementia in Singapore: A qualitative study7
Dementia-friendly communities: The involvement of people living with dementia6
Staff perspectives on the role of physical environment in long-term care facilities on dementia care in Canada and Sweden6
The emotional experience of caregiving in dementia: Feelings of guilt and ambivalence underlying narratives of family caregivers6
Use of participatory action research approach to develop a self-management resource for persons living with dementia6
Long-term care placement: The transitional support needs and preferences of spousal dementia caregivers6
Four walls and a garden’: Exploring the experiences of families affected by dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic6
The dignity of older individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias: A scoping review6
Challenges faced by residential aged care staff in decision-making for residents with dementia6
Conceptualizing citizenship in dementia: A scoping review of the literature6
Using Twitter to understand perspectives and experiences of dementia and caregiving at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic6
Interventions promoting family involvement with care homes following placement of a relative with dementia: A systematic review6
Understanding the shared experiences of creating a digital life story with individuals with dementia and their spouse6
An intimate connection: Exploring the visual art experiences of persons with dementia6
Understanding, experiences and attitudes of dementia in India: A qualitative study6
Caregiver–provider communication about pain in persons with dementia6
Childrens’ and young adults’ perspectives of having a parent with dementia diagnosis: A scoping review6
Peer support through video meetings: Experiences of people with young onset dementia6
Receiving a diagnosis of young onset dementia: Evidence-based statements to inform best practice6
Peer support for people living with rare or young onset dementia: An integrative review6
Exploring the feasibility of an individual cognitive stimulation therapy application and related technology for use by people with dementia and carers in Indonesia: A mixed-method study5
Dementia families: Relinquishing home care to aged care services: Guilt, traumatic loss and growth5
Identifying adoption and usability factors of locator devices for persons living with dementia5
Resonating moments: Exploring socio-material connectivity through artistic encounters with people living with dementia5
Analysing the use of music to facilitate social interaction in care home residents with dementia: Narrative synthesis systematic review5
What influences uptake of psychosocial interventions by people living with early dementia? A qualitative study5
People living with dementia and their family carers’ adherence to home-based Tai Chi practice5
‘It is stressful, almost every hour…’: Experiences of caring for people living with dementia in Kenya—An interpretive phenomenological approach5
Health promotion initiative: A dementia-friendly local community in Sweden5
The experience of bereavement on family caregivers of people with dementia in China5
Cognitive stimulation therapy for dementia: Provision in National Health Service settings in England, Scotland and Wales5
Establishing priorities for psychosocial supports and services among family carers of people with dementia in Ireland5
My experience of living with nonfluent/agrammatic variant primary progressive aphasia: Adaptations and strategies to improve quality of life5
Communication in dementia care: Experiences and needs of carers5
You come because it is an interesting place’: The impact of attending a heritage programme on the well-being of people living with dementia and their care partners5
Doing their damnedest to seek change: How group identity helps people with dementia confront public stigma and maintain purpose5
A scoping review: Sensory interventions for older adults living with dementia5
Availability and utilization of support services for South African male caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease in low-income communities5
Examining public stigma of Alzheimer’s disease and its correlates among Korean Americans5
Psychosocial treatment preferences of persons living with young-onset dementia and their partners5
Experiences and practices of caregiving for older persons living with dementia in African countries: A qualitative scoping review5
Family carers’ narratives of the financial consequences of young onset dementia5
Lessons learned from the statewide implementation of the Music & Memory program in nursing homes in Wisconsin in the USA5
Meeting own needs and supporting ability to care: Family caregivers’ and health care professionals’ perspectives on professional support provided through a potential mobile application5
Personal and complex: The needs and experiences related to technology use for people living with dementia5
“My quiet times”: Themes of sleep health among people caring for a family member with dementia5
Couplehood as a compass: Spousal perspectives on the diminished everyday competence of partners5