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Understanding behaviour in dementia that challenges [electronic resource] : a guide to assessment and treatment / 2nd ed

Understanding behaviour in dementia that challenges [electronic resource] : a guide to assessment and treatment / 2nd ed

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E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
James, Ian Andrew, 1963-. Jackman, Louisa.
Title Statement
Understanding behaviour in dementia that challenges [electronic resource] : a guide to assessment and treatment / Ian Andrew James and Louisa Jackman.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   Philadelphia :   Jessica Kingsley Publishers,   c2017.  
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1 online resource (320 p.).
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9781784505516 (electronic bk.) 178450551X (electronic bk.) 9781785922640 (paperback)
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Title from e-Book title page.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Dementia --Treatment. Dementia --Patients --Care. People with mental disabilities --Behavior modification. People with mental disabilities --Behavior modification --Case studies. Dementia --therapy. Dementia --diagnosis. Behavior Therapy --methods. Mentally Ill Persons --psychology.
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Table of Contents

Intro -- Understanding Behaviour in Dementia that Challenges, second edition: A Guide to Assessment and Treatment by Ian Andrew James and Louisa Jackman -- Part I: Setting the Scene -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Nature of Dementia -- 3. An Introduction to Behaviours that Challenge and Their Causes -- Part II: Clinical Interventions for Behaviours that Challenge -- 4. Clinical Approaches to Behaviours that Challenge -- 5. Pharmacological Approaches -- 6. Screening for Health Conditions Associated with Confusion and -- 7. Communication and Interaction Training (CAIT) Programme for Carers -- 8. The Use of Protocol Intervention in the Treatment of Behaviours that Challenge -- 9. Psychological and Other Non-Pharmacological Approaches -- The Newcastle 10. Model -- 11. Case Studies -- Service 12. Development -- Part III: Challenging Topics in Dementia Care -- 13. Racism in Care Settings -- 14. The Use of Physical Restraint to Deliver Essential Personal C -- 15. The Use of Dolls in Dementia Care -- 16. Therapeutic Lying -- 17. Behaviours that Challenge at the End of Life -- References (for the whole book) -- Subject Index -- Author Index -- Figures -- Figure 2.1 Profile of the dementias and their percentage frequencies -- Figure 3.1 Iceberg Analogy -- Figure 3.2 CBT cycle -- Figure 3.3 Biopsychosocial formulation of John -- Figure 3.4 John and caregivers – CBT conceptualisation of a dysfunctional interaction -- Figure 4.1 Treatment approaches for BtC -- Figure 4.2 The DCP Stepped-Care Model for BtC (Brechin et al., 2013) -- Figure 4.3 Structure of clinical chapters based on the DCP framework -- Figure 5.1 Risk profile of antipsychotics -- Figure 6.1 Systems of the body coordinated by the brain -- Figure 7.1 Wheel of Communication -- Figure 7.2 Mapping the emotional interactions between Tom and Helen -- Figure 8.1 The DCM cycle -- Figure 10.1 Overview of the NCBT’s formulation -- Figure 10.2 Example of a behavioural chart incorporating an ABC analysis together with elements of the Newcastle approach -- Figure 10.3 NPI results for NCBT audit -- Figure 11.1 Gordon’s formulation sheet -- Figure 11.2 Mapping the emotional interactions between Tom and Helen -- Figure 11.3 Helen’s formulation sheet -- Figure 11.4 Typical example of a negative sequence occurring prior to the intervention -- Figure 11.5 Cathy’s Newcastle Needs Checklist -- Figure 11.6 Cathy’s formulation -- Figure 11.7 Charlie’s ABC chart -- Figure 11.8 Charlie’s formulation -- Figure 11.9 John’s formulation (continues) -- Figure 13.1 Possible relationships in which racism may occur -- Figure 13.2 Decision-tree for dealing with racial abuse from PWD -- Figure 15.1 Needs fulfilled through the use of dolls (Fraser and James, 2008) -- Figure 16.1 Mike’s timeline -- Figure 16.2 Interlocking spheres of communication – entering Mike’s reality -- Figure 16.3 The truth versus well-being graph (Caiazza and James, 2016) -- Tables -- Table 1.1 Estimated prevalence of dementia by world regions (2015 and 2050) -- Table 1.2 Seven of the 20 WHO dementia research priorities (WHO Research Prioritization Exercise, World Alzheimer Report (ADI, 2016) -- Table 2.1 Classification system of stages, illustrating the Allen model (Allen et al., 2007) and the Pool Activity Levels (Pool, 2012) -- Table 3.1 List of common BtC -- Table 3.2 Classification of needs in dementia care -- Table 3.3 Table differentiating needs from ‘wishes and demands’ -- Table 5.1 List of medications used to treat BtC -- Table 5.2 The top five psychotropics chosen for Bishara’s three vignettes (Bishara et al., 2009) -- Table 6.1 Common health conditions associated with BtC -- Table 6.2 Most common causes of delirium -- Table 6.3 Table of family caregiver questionnaires -- Table 7.1 Customer care skills taught in Module 1 -- Table 7.2 Articulation of skills pre and post CAIT -- Table 7.3 Basic needs list -- Table 7.4 Cognitive themes and their relationships to emotional appearance -- Table 8.1 The Needs Hierarchy process -- Table 8.2 Trying to meet Roger’s needs -- Table 8.3 RAM framework -- Table 8.4 Response plan for RAM -- Table 8.5 Response Plan for Joan -- Table 8.6 Decision-tree matrix for physical non-aggressive behaviours (Cohen-Mansfield, 2000) -- Table 8.7 Newcastle Challenging Behaviour Checklist (example version) -- Table 9.1 Summary of the WHELD findings (Ballard et al., 2016) -- Table 9.2 Non-pharmacological approaches in dementia and their evidence base -- Table 10.1 LCAPS guidelines for working with care staff -- Table 10.2 The ‘5 plus 9’ NCBT treatment model -- Table 10.3 Some of the skills required to work with staff in care facilities -- Table 10.4 Illustration of how the emotional presentation of the person can help identify need and develop the intervention -- Table 10.5 Reasons for not employing the full protocol -- Table 11.3 Summary of NCBT interventions (Mackin, 2009) -- Table 12.1 Skills required in working with staff and families with BtC in dementia -- Table 13.1 Billing and Moos’ grid and examples of immediate (IM) and long-term (LT) coping strategies that were used by care workers (Milburn and Stephenson, 2012) -- Table 15.1 Guidelines for the use of dolls in dementia care settings (Mackenzie, Wood-Mitchell and James, 2007) -- Table 16.1 Terms typically used in the taxonomies of untruths -- Table 16.2 Types of lies told by carers (Mills et al., in press) -- Table 16.3 The prevalence of the time‑shifting phenomenon in care homes -- Table 17.1 Psychological needs of people with dementia and aspects of palliative care (from Hughes 2006, p.8) -- Blank Page -- .

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