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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Professor Claudia Cooper

Claudia

Professor of Psychological Medicine and Centre Lead

Email: Claudia.cooper@qmul.ac.uk

Profile

I lead the Centre for Psychiatry and Mental Health. I moved to QMUL in 2022 after 17 years at UCL, where I am now and honorary professor in the Division of Psychiatry. I am a consultant old age psychiatrist in East London NHS Foundation Trust memory services.

I lead the Alzheimer’s Society Centre of Excellence for Independence at home, in which we are developing interventions to support people living with dementia at home; and the NIHR/ESRC APPLE-Tree programme (Active Prevention in People at risk of dementia:Lifestyle,bEhaviour change/Technology to REducE cognitive decline), investigating how lifestyle and behavioural change can prevent dementia in older people.

I supervise PhD students on topics related to ageing and dementia, funded by ESRC, Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia UK, NIHR, and the UCL Dawes Centre for future crime.  I am a member of the UK Cabinet Office Trial Advice Panel, which advises and supports evaluations of national government programmes and policies; and the Royal College of Psychiatrist’s psychopharmacology committee. 

Research

Research Interests:

My research expertise is in dementia and older people’s mental health, and my programmes include big data, qualitative and mixed methodologies. 

Publications

  • Carter C, James T, Higgs P et al. (2023). Understanding the subjective experiences of memory concern and MCI diagnosis: A scoping review. nameOfConference


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  • Moore KJ, Crawley S, Fisher E et al. (2023). Exploring how family carers of a person with dementia manage pre‐death grief: A mixed methods study. nameOfConference


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  • Stott J, Saunders R, Desai R et al. (2023). Associations between psychological intervention for anxiety disorders and risk of dementia: a prospective cohort study using national health-care records data in England. nameOfConference


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  • Zabihi S, Duffy L, Kelleher D et al. (2022). Feasibility and acceptability of NIDUS-Professional, a training and support intervention for homecare workers caring for clients living with dementia: a cluster-randomised feasibility trial protocol. nameOfConference


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  • Wyman DL, Butler L, Bright P et al. (2022). A systematic review of process evaluations for psychosocial interventions designed to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of community-dwelling people with dementia and their carers. nameOfConference


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  • Frost R, Avgerinou C, Goodman C et al. (2022). Clinical and cost-effectiveness of a personalised health promotion intervention enabling independence in older people with mild frailty (‘HomeHealth’) compared to treatment as usual: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Poppe M, Duffy L, Marchant NL et al. (2022). The APPLE Tree programme: Active Prevention in People at risk of dementia through Lifestyle, bEhaviour change and Technology to build REsiliEnce—randomised controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Goh AMY, Polacsek M, Malta S et al. (2022). What constitutes ‘good’ home care for people with dementia? An investigation of the views of home care service recipients and providers. nameOfConference


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  • Richards M, Bell G, Ei Baou C et al. (2022). Effectiveness of primary care psychological therapy services for the treatment of depression and anxiety in people living with dementia: evidence from national healthcare records in England. nameOfConference


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  • Bogdanova N, Cooper C, Ahmad G et al. (2022). Associations between sociodemographic characteristics and receipt of professional diagnosis in Common Mental Disorder: Results from the Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey 2014. nameOfConference


  • Ahmad G, McManus S, Cooper C et al. (2022). Prevalence of common mental disorders and treatment receipt for people from ethnic minority backgrounds in England: repeated cross-sectional surveys of the general population in 2007 and 2014. nameOfConference


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  • Brown P, Leverton M, Burton A et al. (2022). How does the delivery of paid home care compare to the care plan for clients living with dementia?. nameOfConference


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  • Kelleher D, Lord K, Duffy L et al. (2022). Time to reflect is a rare and valued opportunity; a pilot of the NIDUS-professional dementia training intervention for homecare workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. nameOfConference


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  • Alvarez JCJB, Avgerinou C, Nimmons D et al. (2022). Validation of medical code lists for defining mental health conditions with primary care data: A mixed qualitative and quantitative study. nameOfConference

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  • John A, Desai R, Saunders R et al. (2022). Salivary cortisol in longitudinal associations between affective symptoms and midlife cognitive function: A British birth cohort study. nameOfConference


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  • Wyman DL, Butler L, Cooper C et al. (2022). Process evaluation of the New Interventions for independence in Dementia Study (NIDUS) Family stream randomised controlled trial: protocol. nameOfConference


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  • Brijnath B, Baruah U, Antoniades J et al. (2022). Using digital media to improve dementia care in India: A pilot randomised control trial. nameOfConference


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  • Crawley S, Moore K, Vickerstaff V et al. (2022). How do factors of sociodemographic, health literacy and dementia experience influence carers’ knowledge of dementia?. nameOfConference


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  • Goh AMY, Doyle C, Gaffy E et al. (2022). Co-designing a dementia-specific education and training program for home care workers: The ‘Promoting Independence Through Quality Dementia Care at Home’ project. nameOfConference


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  • Fisher E, Crawley S, Sampson EL et al. (2022). Practical and emotional preparation for death: A mixed methods study investigating experiences of family carers of people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Shoham N, Cooper C (2022). Eyes, the window on psychosis?. nameOfConference


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  • Shoham N, Hayes JF, Cooper C et al. (2022). Association between Childhood Visual Acuity and Late Adolescent Psychotic Experiences: A Prospective Birth Cohort Study. nameOfConference


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  • Burton A, Cooper C, Dar A et al. (2022). Exploring how, why and in what contexts older adults are at risk of financial cybercrime victimisation: A realist review. nameOfConference


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  • Lord K, Kelleher D, Ogden M et al. (2022). Co-designing complex interventions with people living with dementia and their supporters. nameOfConference


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  • Scher C, Crawley S, Cooper C et al. (2022). Usefulness and acceptability of an animation to raise awareness to grief experienced by carers of individuals with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Rand J (2022). Elder Abuse. nameOfConference


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  • Hallam B, Petersen I, Cooper C et al. (2022). Time Trends in Incidence of Reported Memory Concerns and Cognitive Decline: A Cohort Study in UK Primary Care. nameOfConference


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  • Burton A, Rapaport P, Palomo M et al. (2021). Clinical and cost-effectiveness of a New psychosocial intervention to support Independence in Dementia (NIDUS-family) for family carers and people living with dementia in their own homes: a randomised controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Leverton M, Burton A, Beresford-Dent J et al. (2021). Erratum: Correction to: Supporting independence at home for people living with dementia: a qualitative ethnographic study of homecare (Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology (2021) 56 12 (2323-2336)). nameOfConference


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  • Rees J, Walters K, Burton A et al. (2021). Qualitative study of how care is planned and delivered to people living with dementia and a long‐term condition. nameOfConference


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  • Leverton M, Burton A, Beresford-Dent J et al. (2021). Supporting independence at home for people living with dementia: a qualitative ethnographic study of homecare. nameOfConference


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  • Whitfield T, McConnell B, Renouf P et al. (2021). The effect of remotely delivered lifestyle interventions on cognition in older adults without dementia: A systematic review and meta-analysis. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Mansour H, Carter C et al. (2021). Social connectedness and dementia prevention: Pilot of the APPLE-Tree video-call intervention during the Covid-19 pandemic. nameOfConference


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  • Leverton M, Burton A, Beresford-Dent J et al. (2021). ‘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 dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Hallam B, Rees J, Petersen I et al. (2021). How are people with mild cognitive impairment or subjective memory complaints managed in primary care? A systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • La Frenais F, Vickerstaff V, Cooper C et al. (2021). Psychotropic prescribing for English care home residents with dementia compared with national guidance: Findings from the MARQUE national longitudinal study. nameOfConference


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  • La Frenais F, Vickerstaff V, Cooper C et al. (2021). Factors influencing prescription and administration of analgesic medication: A longitudinal study of people with dementia living in care homes. nameOfConference


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  • Roche M, Higgs P, Aworinde J et al. (2021). A Review of Qualitative Research of Perception and Experiences of Dementia among Adults from Black, African, and Caribbean Background: What and Whom Are We Researching?. nameOfConference


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  • Shoham N, Eskinazi M, Hayes JF et al. (2021). Associations between psychosis and visual acuity impairment: A systematic review and meta-analysis. nameOfConference


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  • Bird M, Cooper C, Patel F et al. (2021). The psychological determinants of making lifestyle and dietary behaviours after using an online cognitive health tool and its associated recommendations for protective cognitive health behaviours. nameOfConference


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  • Budgett J, Cooper C (2021). Designing meaningful dementia care. nameOfConference


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  • Rees J, Tuijt R, Burton A et al. (2021). Supporting self-care of long-term conditions in people with dementia: A systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • Rees J, Burton A, Walters K et al. (2021). 28 Trusting who knows best when managing long-term conditions in dementia: Findings from a qualitative study of stakeholder perspectives. Pre-recorded highlight presentations


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  • Giebel C, Lord K, Cooper C et al. (2021). A UK survey of COVID-19 related social support closures and their effects on older people, people with dementia, and carers. nameOfConference


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  • Khurana M, Shoham N, Cooper C et al. (2021). Association between sensory impairment and suicidal ideation and attempt: A cross-sectional analysis of nationally representative English household data. nameOfConference


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  • Shoham N, Cooper C, Lewis G et al. (2021). Temporal trends in psychotic symptoms: Repeated cross-sectional surveys of the population in England 2000–14. nameOfConference


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  • Giebel C, Pulford D, Cooper C et al. (2021). COVID-19-related social support service closures and mental well-being in older adults and those affected by dementia: A UK longitudinal survey. nameOfConference


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  • Rapaport P, Burton A, Palomo M et al. (2021). A mixed-methods feasibility study of a goal-focused manualised intervention to support people with dementia to stay living independently at home with support from family carers: NIDUS (New Interventions for Independence in Dementia Study) Family. nameOfConference


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  • McManus S, Gunnell D, Cooper C et al. (2021). Non-suicidal self-harm: An evolving epidemiology. nameOfConference


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  • Mansour H, Whitty E, Aguirre E et al. (2020). Effectiveness of lifestyle and psychosocial interventions in reducing cognitive decline in older people: Systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • Poppe M, Mansour H, Rapaport P et al. (2020). Stakeholders’ views around the concept and diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment and their understanding of dementia prevention: A qualitative study. nameOfConference


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  • Poppe M, Mansour H, Rapaport P et al. (2020). “Falling through the cracks”; Stakeholders' views around the concept and diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment and their understanding of dementia prevention. nameOfConference


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  • Rees JL, Burton A, Walters KR et al. (2020). Exploring how people with dementia can be best supported to manage long-term conditions: A qualitative study of stakeholder perspectives. nameOfConference


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  • Frederiksen KS, Cooper C, Frisoni GB et al. (2020). A European Academy of Neurology guideline on medical management issues in dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Sayma M, Tuijt R, Cooper C et al. (2020). Are We There Yet? Immersive Virtual Reality to Improve Cognitive Function in Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment. nameOfConference


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  • Carlos Bazo-Alvarez J, Jones ME, Bhanu C et al. (2020). Use of the waiting time distribution method to determine the duration and number of episodes of antipsychotic treatment in older people. nameOfConference

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  • Bhanu C, Jones ME, Walters K et al. (2020). Physical health monitoring in dementia and associations with ethnicity: a descriptive study using electronic health records.. nameOfConference


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  • Whitty E, Mansour H, Aguirre E et al. (2020). Efficacy of lifestyle and psychosocial interventions in reducing cognitive decline in older people: Systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Huntley J, Sommerlad A et al. (2020). Dementia prevention, intervention, and care: 2020 report of the Lancet Commission. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Aguirre E, Barber JA et al. (2020). APPLE-Tree (Active Prevention in People at risk of dementia: Lifestyle, bEhaviour change and Technology to REducE cognitive and functional decline) programme: Protocol. nameOfConference


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  • Moore KJ, Crawley S, Vickerstaff V et al. (2020). Is preparation for end of life associated with pre-death grief in caregivers of people with dementia?. nameOfConference


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  • Moore KJ, Crawley S, Cooper C et al. (2020). How do Admiral Nurses and care home staff help people living with dementia and their family carers prepare for end-of-life?. nameOfConference


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  • Herat-Gunaratne R, Cooper C, Mukadam N et al. (2020). "in the Bengali Vocabulary, There Is No Such Word as Care Home": Caring Experiences of UK Bangladeshi and Indian Family Carers of People Living with Dementia at Home. nameOfConference


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  • Shoham N, Cooper C (2020). How advances in epidemiology are influencing older adult psychiatry. nameOfConference


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  • Polacsek M, Goh A, Malta S et al. (2020). ‘I know they are not trained in dementia’: Addressing the need for specialist dementia training for home care workers. nameOfConference


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  • Rapaport P, Burton A, Leverton M et al. (2020). "i just keep thinking that i don't want to rely on people." a qualitative study of how people living with dementia achieve and maintain independence at home: Stakeholder perspectives. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Livingston G (2020). Elder Abuse and Dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Marston L, Livingston G, Laybourne A et al. (2020). Becoming or Remaining Agitated: The Course of Agitation in People with Dementia Living in Care Homes: The English Longitudinal Managing Agitation and Raising Quality of Life (MARQUE) Study. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Manela M, O'Keeffe A et al. (2020). Clinical effectiveness of the START (STrAtegies for RelaTives) psychological intervention for family carers and the effects on the cost of care for people with dementia: 6-year follow-up of a randomised controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Robertson S, Cooper C, Hoe J et al. (2020). Comparing proxy rated quality of life of people living with dementia in care homes. nameOfConference


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  • Lord K, Beresford-Dent J, Rapaport P et al. (2020). Developing the New Interventions for independence in Dementia Study (NIDUS) theoretical model for supporting people to live well with dementia at home for longer: a systematic review of theoretical models and Randomised Controlled Trial evidence. nameOfConference


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  • Jones ME, Petersen I, Walters K et al. (2020). Differences in psychotropic drug prescribing between ethnic groups of people with dementia in the United Kingdom. nameOfConference


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  • Shoham N, Lewis G, Hayes J et al. (2020). Psychotic symptoms and sensory impairment: Findings from the 2014 adult psychiatric morbidity survey. nameOfConference


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  • Costello H, Cooper C, Marston L et al. (2019). Burnout in UK care home staff and its effect on staff turnover: MARQUE English national care home longitudinal survey. nameOfConference


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  • Robertson S, Cooper C, Hoe J et al. (2019). Why do staff and family think differently about quality of life in dementia? A qualitative study exploring perspectives in care homes. nameOfConference


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  • Leverton M, Burton A, Rees J et al. (2019). A systematic review of observational studies of adult home care. nameOfConference


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  • Shoham N, Lewis G, McManus S et al. (2019). Common mental illness in people with sensory impairment: Results from the 2014 adult psychiatric morbidity survey. nameOfConference


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  • Burton A, Ogden M, Cooper C (2019). Planning and enabling meaningful patient and public involvement in dementia research. nameOfConference


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  • Tripathi K, Robertson S, Cooper C (2019). A brief report on older people’s experience of cybercrime victimization in Mumbai, India. nameOfConference


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  • Scott I, Cooper C, Leverton M et al. (2019). Effects of nonpharmacological interventions on functioning of people living with dementia at home: A systematic review of randomised controlled trials. nameOfConference


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  • Costello H, Walsh S, Cooper C et al. (2019). A systematic review and meta-analysis of the prevalence and associations of stress and burnout among staff in long-term care facilities for people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Jones ME, Cooper C, Bhanu C et al. (2019). Ethnic inequalities in prescribing quality for patients with dementia: A cohort study using electronic health records. nameOfConference

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  • Crawley S, Moore K, Sampson EL et al. (2019). Impact of sociodemographic factors on knowledge of dementia among family carers. nameOfConference

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  • Goh AMY, Dow B, Polacsek M et al. (2019). F3-04-03: STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVES ON HOW THE HOME CARE SECTOR CAN SUPPORT PEOPLE TO LIVE WELL WITH DEMENTIA. nameOfConference


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  • Burton A, Rapaport P, Leverton M et al. (2019). F3‐04‐01: BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS FOR RETAINING INDEPENDENCE AT HOME FROM A UK MULTI‐STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Petersen I, Jones ME et al. (2019). F3‐04‐02: INEQUALITIES IN CARE PROVISION FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA FROM DIFFERENT ETHNIC MINORITY GROUPS. nameOfConference


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  • Goh AMY, Dow B, Polacsek M et al. (2019). F3‐04‐03: STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVES ON HOW THE HOME CARE SECTOR CAN SUPPORT PEOPLE TO LIVE WELL WITH DEMENTIA. nameOfConference


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  • Dow B, Gaffy E, Goh AMY et al. (2019). F3‐04‐04: CO‐DESIGNING A TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR PAID HOME CARERS TO DELIVER DEMENTIA SPECIFIC CARE TO PEOPLE AT HOME. nameOfConference


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  • Caciula I, Boscaiu V, Cooper C (2019). Prevalence and correlates of well-being in a cross-sectional survey of older people in Romania attending community day facilities. nameOfConference


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  • McManus S, Gunnell D, Cooper C et al. (2019). Prevalence of non-suicidal self-harm and service contact in England, 2000–14: repeated cross-sectional surveys of the general population. nameOfConference


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  • Bhanu C, Jones ME, Walters K et al. (2019). Routine health monitoring and preventative care for people with dementia in UK primary care. nameOfConference


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  • Shoham N, Lewis G, Favarato G et al. (2019). Prevalence of anxiety disorders and symptoms in people with hearing impairment: a systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Barber J, Marston L et al. (2019). Clinical and cost-effectiveness of the Managing Agitation and Raising Quality of Life (MARQUE) intervention for agitation in people with dementia in care homes: a single-blind, cluster-randomised controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Barber JA, Kinnunen KM et al. (2019). DREAMS-START (Dementia RElAted Manual for Sleep; STrAtegies for RelaTives) for people with dementia and sleep disturbances: A single-blind feasibility and acceptability randomized controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Panca M, Livingston G, Barber J et al. (2019). Healthcare resource utilisation and costs of agitation in people with dementia living in care homes in England - The Managing Agitation and Raising QUality of LifE in Dementia (MARQUE) study. nameOfConference


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  • Laybourne A, Livingston G, Cousins S et al. (2019). Carer coping and resident agitation as predictors of quality of life in care home residents living with dementia: Managing Agitation and Raising Quality of Life (MARQUE) English national care home prospective cohort study. nameOfConference


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  • Kinnunen KM, Rapaport P, Webster L et al. (2018). A manual-based intervention for carers of people with dementia and sleep disturbances: An acceptability and feasibility RCT. nameOfConference


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  • Rapaport P, Webster L, Horsley R et al. (2018). An intervention to improve sleep for people living with dementia: Reflections on the development and co-production of DREAMS:START (Dementia RElAted Manual for Sleep: STrAtegies for RelaTives). nameOfConference


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  • Lord K, Livingston G, Cooper C (2018). HOW TO DEVELOP AND EVALUATE A DECISION AID FOR FAMILY CARERS OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA. nameOfConference


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  • Pal K, Mukadam N, Petersen I et al. (2018). Mild cognitive impairment and progression to dementia in people with diabetes, prediabetes and metabolic syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis. nameOfConference


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  • Eades M, Lord K, Cooper C (2018). ‘Festival in a Box’: Development and qualitative evaluation of an outreach programme to engage socially isolated people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Steck N, Cooper C, Orgeta V (2018). Investigation of possible risk factors for depression in Alzheimer's disease: A systematic review of the evidence. nameOfConference


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  • Kadri A, Rapaport P, Livingston G et al. (2018). Care workers, the unacknowledged persons in person-centred care: A secondary qualitative analysis of UK care home staff interviews. nameOfConference


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  • Hassan S, Aguirre E, Betz A et al. (2018). Evaluating the effect of Brainfood groups for people with mild cognitive impairment and mild dementia: Preliminary mixed-methodology study. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Barber J, Kinnunen KM et al. (2018). F4‐05‐04: A FEASIBILITY AND ACCEPTABILITY RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF A MANUAL BASED INTERVENTION FOR SLEEP DIFFICULTIES IN PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA (DREAMS‐START). nameOfConference


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  • Jones ME, Pham TM, Petersen I et al. (2018). O1‐05‐06: DEMENTIA DIAGNOSIS AND CARE IN UK ETHNIC GROUPS: INVESTIGATING INEQUALITIES IN UK PRIMARY CARE DATA. nameOfConference


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  • Costello H, Walsh S, Cooper C et al. (2018). P3‐530: THE PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATES OF STRESS AND BURNOUT IN STAFF CARING FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN LONG‐TERM CARE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META‐ANALYSIS. nameOfConference


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  • Rapaport P, Livingston G, Hamilton O et al. (2018). How do care home staff understand, manage and respond to agitation in people with dementia? A qualitative study. nameOfConference


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  • Panca M, Livingston G, Barber J et al. (2018). PHS31 Healthcare Resource Utilisation and Costs of Agitation in People with Demetia Living in Care Homes - The Managing Agitation and Raising Quality of Life in Dementia (MARQUE) Study. nameOfConference


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  • Mukadam N, Cooper C, Livingston G (2018). The EAST-Dem study: A pilot cluster randomized controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Marston L, Barber J et al. (2018). Do care homes deliver person-centred care? A cross-sectional survey of staff-reported abusive and positive behaviours towards residents from the MARQUE (Managing Agitation and Raising Quality of Life) English national care home survey. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Rapaport P, Robertson S et al. (2018). Relationship between speaking English as a second language and agitation in people with dementia living in care homes: Results from the MARQUE (Managing Agitation and Raising Quality of life) English national care home survey. nameOfConference


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  • Pham TM, Petersen I, Walters K et al. (2018). Trends in dementia diagnosis rates in uk ethnic groups: Analysis of uk primary care data. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Sommerlad A, Orgeta V et al. (2017). Dementia prevention, intervention, and care. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C (2017). Commentary on: Subjective cognitive decline is longitudinally associated with lower health-related quality of life. nameOfConference


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  • Lord K, Rapaport P, Cooper C et al. (2017). Disseminating START: Training clinical psychologists and admiral nurses as trainers in a psychosocial intervention for carers of people with dementia's depressive and anxiety symptoms. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Barber J, Marston L et al. (2017). Prevalence of and associations with agitation in residents with dementia living in care homes: MARQUE cross-sectional study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C (2017). [F1–05–02]: CROSS‐SECTIONAL SURVEY OF STAFF‐REPORTED ABUSIVE AND POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS CARE HOME RESIDENTS: RESULTS FROM THE MARQUE (MANAGING AGITATION AND RAISING QUALITY OF LIFE) ENGLISH NATIONAL CARE HOME SURVEY. nameOfConference


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  • Mukadam N, Cooper C, Livingston G (2017). [O3–02–03]: THE EAST‐DEM STUDY: ENCOURAGING ACCESS FOR SOUTH ASIANS TO TIMELY DEMENTIA DIAGNOSIS–A PILOT FEASIBILITY AND ACCEPTABILITY CLUSTER RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. nameOfConference


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  • La Frenais F, Livingston G, Cooper C et al. (2017). [O4–05–05]: ARE CARE HOME RESIDENTS WITH UNDIAGNOSED DEMENTIA MORE AT RISK OF ANTIPSYCHOTIC OVERUSE?. nameOfConference


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  • Robertson S, Cooper C, Hoe J et al. (2017). [O4–08–01]: DO PAID AND FAMILY CARERGIVERS RATE THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF SOMEONE WITH DEMENTIA LIVING IN A CARE HOME IN THE SAME WAY?. nameOfConference


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  • Hallam B, Kinnunen KM, Webster LA et al. (2017). [P1–298]: RESEARCHING DEMENTIA‐RELATED SLEEP PROBLEMS USING ACTI‐WATCHES: PRELIMINARY INSIGHTS FROM THE DREAMS START STUDY. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Petersen I, Pham TM et al. (2017). [P1–570]: INEQUALITIES IN RECEIPT OF MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH CARE IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN THE U.K.: ROLE OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, GENDER AND ETHNICITY. nameOfConference


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  • Robertson S, Cooper C, Hoe J et al. (2017). [P3–590]: HOW CAN WE EXPLAIN WHY PAID STAFF AND FAMILY RELATIVES THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN CARE HOMES?. nameOfConference


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  • Rapaport P, Livingston G, Cooper C (2017). [P4–317]: HOW DO CARE HOME STAFF EXPERIENCE, UNDERSTAND AND MANAGE AGITATION IN RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA? A QUALITATIVE STUDY. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Lodwick R, Walters K et al. (2017). Inequalities in receipt of mental and physical healthcare in people with dementia in the UK. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Cenko B, Dow B et al. (2017). A systematic review evaluating the impact of paid home carer training, supervision, and other interventions on the health and well-being of older home care clients. nameOfConference


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  • Robertson S, Cooper C, Hoe J et al. (2017). Proxy rated quality of life of care home residents with dementia: A systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • Hailstone J, Mukadam N, Owen T et al. (2017). The development of Attitudes of People from Ethnic Minorities to Help-Seeking for Dementia (APEND): a questionnaire to measure attitudes to help-seeking for dementia in people from South Asian backgrounds in the UK. nameOfConference


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  • Rapaport P, Livingston G, Murray J et al. (2017). Systematic review of the effective components of psychosocial interventions delivered by care home staff to people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Lord K, Livingston G, Cooper C (2017). A feasibility randomised controlled trial of the DECIDE intervention: Dementia carers making informed decisions. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Cooper C (2017). Psychological, behavioural and psychosocial interventions for neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia: What works, what does not and what needs more evidence?. nameOfConference


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  • Lord K, Livingston G, Cooper C (2016). O3‐07‐02: The Decide Study: Dementia Carers Making Informed Decisions Feasibility RCT. nameOfConference


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  • Robertson S, Cooper C, Hoe J et al. (2016). P4‐243: A Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis Comparing Quality‐Of‐Life Ratings from Family and Paid Caregivers of People With Dementia Residing in Care Homes. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Barber J, Griffin M et al. (2016). Effectiveness of START psychological intervention in reducing abuse by dementia family carers: Randomized controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Lord K, Livingston G, Robertson S et al. (2016). How people with dementia and their families decide about moving to a care home and support their needs: Development of a decision aid, a qualitative study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Livingston G (2016). Intervening to reduce elder abuse: Challenges for research. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Lodwick R, Walters K et al. (2016). Observational cohort study: Deprivation and access to anti-dementia drugs in the UK. nameOfConference


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  • Lord K, Livingston G, Cooper C (2015). A systematic review of barriers and facilitators to and interventions for proxy decision-making by family carers of people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Sommerlad A, Lyketsos C et al. (2015). F5‐05‐02: The prevalence, role, and impact of nps in mild cognitive impairment (MCI). nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Barber J, Rapaport P et al. (2015). O3‐03‐01: A randomized controlled trial of the effect of the start (strategies for relatives) intervention: The effect on family caregiver's potentially harmful behavior to people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Rantell K, Blanchard M et al. (2015). Why are suicidal thoughts less prevalent in older age groups? Age differences in the correlates of suicidal thoughts in the English Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey 2007. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Sommerlad A, Lyketsos CG et al. (2015). Modifiable predictors of dementia in mild cognitive impairment: A systematic review and meta-analysis. nameOfConference


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  • Mukadam N, Cooper C, Kherani N et al. (2015). A systematic review of interventions to detect dementia or cognitive impairment. nameOfConference


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  • Morris S, Patel N, Baio G et al. (2015). Monetary costs of agitation in older adults with Alzheimer's disease in the UK: Prospective cohort study. nameOfConference


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  • Mukadam N, Waugh A, Cooper C et al. (2015). What would encourage help-seeking for memory problems among UK-based South Asians? A qualitative study. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Barber J, Rapaport P et al. (2014). Long-term clinical and cost-effectiveness of psychological intervention for family carers of people with dementia: A single-blind, randomised, controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Kelly L, Lewis-Holmes E et al. (2014). Non-pharmacological interventions for agitation in dementia: Systematic review of randomised controlled trials. nameOfConference


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  • Li R, Cooper C, Barber J et al. (2014). Coping strategies as mediators of the effect of the START (strategies for RelaTives) intervention on psychological morbidity for family carers of people with dementia in a randomised controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Knapp M, Julie B et al. (2014). P4‐345: THE LONG‐TERM CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS OF START (STRATEGIES FOR RELATIVES) FOR FAMILY CARERS OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THE EFFECTS ON COST OF CARE. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Kelly L, Lewis-Holmes E et al. (2014). A systematic review of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of sensory, psychological and behavioural interventions for managing agitation in older adults with dementia.. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Livingston G (2014). Mental Health/Psychiatric Issues in Elder Abuse and Neglect. nameOfConference


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  • Li R, Cooper C, Livingston G (2014). Relationship of coping style to mood and anxiety disorders in dementia carers. nameOfConference


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  • Sommerlad A, Manela M, Cooper C et al. (2014). START (STrAtegies for RelaTives) coping strategy for family carers of adults with dementia: Qualitative study of participants' views about the. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Barber J, Rapaport P et al. (2014). START (STrAtegies for RelaTives) study: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial to determine the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a manual-based coping strategy programme in promoting the mental health of carers of people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Ketley D, Livingston G (2014). Systematic review and meta-analysis to estimate potential recruitment to dementia intervention studies. nameOfConference


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  • Hoe J, Cooper C, Livingston G (2013). An overview of the LASER-AD study: A longitudinal epidemiological study of people with Alzheimer's disease. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Li R, Lyketsos C et al. (2013). Treatment for mild cognitive impairment: Systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Cooper C (2013). The Need for Dementia Care Services. nameOfConference


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  • Mukadam N, Cooper C, Livingston G (2013). Improving access to dementia services for people from minority ethnic groups. nameOfConference


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  • McBride O, Bebbington P, Cooper C (2013). Could the lower prevalence of affective disorder in older people be due to measurement error? Reliability of the Revised Clinical Interview Schedule in younger and older adults. nameOfConference


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  • Hassiotis A, Ali A, Ambler G et al. (2013). Interplay between intelligence level and happiness: The contribution of socioeconomic and clinical factors. nameOfConference

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  • Ali A, Ambler G, Strydom A et al. (2013). The relationship between happiness and intelligent quotient: The contribution of socio-economic and clinical factors. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Dow B, Hay S et al. (2013). Care workers' abusive behavior to residents in care homes: A qualitative study of types of abuse, barriers, and facilitators to good care and development of an instrument for reporting of abuse anonymously. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Spiers N, Livingston G et al. (2013). Ethnic inequalities in the use of health services for common mental disorders in England. nameOfConference


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  • Dow B, Hempton C, Cortes-Simonet EN et al. (2013). Health professionals' and students' perceptions of elder abuse. nameOfConference


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  • Li R, Cooper C, Austin A et al. (2013). Do changes in coping style explain the effectiveness of interventions for psychological morbidity in family carers of people with dementia? A systematic review and meta-analysis. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Barber J, Rapaport P et al. (2013). Clinical effectiveness of a manual based coping strategy programme (START, STrAtegies for RelaTives) in promoting the mental health of carers of family members with dementia: pragmatic randomised controlled trial. nameOfConference


    QMRO: qmroHref
  • Knapp M, King D, Romeo R et al. (2013). Cost effectiveness of a manual based coping strategy programme in promoting the mental health of family carers of people with dementia (the START (STrAtegies for RelaTives) study): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Mukadam N, Katona C et al. (2013). Systematic review of the effectiveness of pharmacologic interventions to improve quality of life and well-being in people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Huzzey L, Livingston G (2012). The effect of an educational intervention on junior doctors' knowledge and practice in detecting and managing elder abuse. nameOfConference


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  • Li R, Cooper C, Bradley J et al. (2012). Coping strategies and psychological morbidity in family carers of people with dementia: A systematic review and meta-analysis. nameOfConference


    QMRO: qmroHref
  • Cooper C, Mukadam N, Katona C et al. (2012). Systematic review of the effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions to improve quality of life of people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Livingston G (2012). Elder Abuse: A UK Perspective. nameOfConference


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  • Calem M, Bisla J, Begum A et al. (2012). Increased prevalence of insomnia and changes in hypnotics use in England over 15 years: Analysis of the 1993, 2000, and 2007 national psychiatric morbidity surveys. nameOfConference


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  • Camden A, Livingston G, Cooper C (2011). Reasons why family members become carers and the outcome for the person with dementia: Results from the CARD study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Bebbington P, Lindesay J et al. (2011). The meaning of reporting forgetfulness: A cross-sectional study of adults in the English 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. nameOfConference


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  • Mukadam N, Cooper C, Basit B et al. (2011). Why do ethnic elders present later to UK dementia services? A qualitative study. nameOfConference


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  • Li R, Livingstone G, Cooper C et al. (2011). Coping strategies and psychological morbidity in family carers of people with dementia: A systematic review and meta-analysis. nameOfConference

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  • Cooper C, Katona C, Lyketsos K et al. (2011). A systematic review of treatments for refractory depression in older people. nameOfConference


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  • Bebbington P, Jonas S, Kuipers E et al. (2011). Childhood sexual abuse and psychosis: Data from a cross-sectional national psychiatric survey in England. nameOfConference


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  • Weich S, Brugha T, King M et al. (2011). Mental well-being and mental illness: Findings from the adult psychiatric morbidity survey for England 2007. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Bebbington P, King M et al. (2011). Happiness across age groups: Results from the 2007 National Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. nameOfConference


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  • Hempton C, Dow B, Cortes-Simonet EN et al. (2011). Contrasting perceptions of health professionals and older people in Australia: What constitutes elder abuse?. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Bebbington P, Livingston G (2011). Cognitive impairment and happiness in old people in low and middle income countries: Results from the 10/66 study. nameOfConference


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  • Jonas S, Bebbington P, McManus S et al. (2011). Sexual abuse and psychiatric disorder in England: Results from the 2007 adult psychiatric morbidity survey. nameOfConference


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  • Bebbington PE, Jonas S, Brugha T et al. (2011). Child sexual abuse reported by an English national sample: Characteristics and demography. nameOfConference


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  • Hassiotis A, Tanzarella M, Bebbington P et al. (2011). Prevalence and predictors of suicidal behaviour in a sample of adults with estimated borderline intellectual functioning: Results from a population survey. nameOfConference


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  • Mukadam N, Cooper C, Livingston G (2011). A systematic review of ethnicity and pathways to care in dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Bebbington P, McManus S et al. (2010). The treatment of common mental disorders across age groups: Results from the 2007 adult psychiatric morbidity survey. nameOfConference


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  • Dow B, Ames D, Cooper C et al. (2010). Health professionals' and students' perceptions of elder abuse. nameOfConference

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  • Bebbington PE, Minot S, Cooper C et al. (2010). Suicidal ideation, self-harm and attempted suicide: Results from the British psychiatric morbidity survey 2000. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Leavey G, Manela M et al. (2010). Making decisions for people with dementia who lack capacity: Qualitative study of family carers in UK. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Selwood A, Blanchard M et al. (2010). Abusive behaviour experienced by family carers from people with dementia: The CARD (caring for relatives with dementia) study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Blanchard M, Selwood A et al. (2010). Family carers' distress and abusive behaviour: Longitudinal study. nameOfConference


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  • Caciula I, Livingston G, Caciula R et al. (2010). Recognition of elder abuse by home care workers and older people in Romania. nameOfConference


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  • Owens C, Cooper C (2010). The relationship between dementia and elder abuse. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Selwood A, Blanchard M et al. (2010). The determinants of family carers' abusive behaviour to people with dementia: Results of the CARD study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Tandy AR, Balamurali TBS et al. (2010). A systematic review and meta-analysis of ethnic differences in use of dementia treatment, care, and research. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Blanchard M, Selwood A et al. (2010). Antidementia drugs: Prescription by level of cognitive impairment or by socio-economic group?. nameOfConference


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  • Maxmin K, Cooper C, Potter L et al. (2009). Mental capacity to consent to treatment and admission decisions in older adult psychiatric inpatients. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Bebbington P, Meltzer H et al. (2009). Alcohol in moderation, premorbid intelligence and cognition in older adults: Results from the Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. nameOfConference


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  • Habermann S, Cooper C, Katona C et al. (2009). Predictors of entering 24-h care for people with Alzheimer's disease: Results from the LASER-AD study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Bebbington P, Katona C et al. (2009). Successful aging in health adversity: Results from the National Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. nameOfConference


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  • Bebbington PE, Cooper C, Minot S et al. (2009). Suicide attempts, gender, and sexual abuse: Data from the 2000 British psychiatric morbidity survey. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Maxmin K, Selwood A et al. (2009). The sensitivity and specificity of the Modified Conflict Tactics Scale for detecting clinically significant elder abuse. nameOfConference


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  • Thompson-McCormick J, Jones L, Cooper C et al. (2009). Medical students' recognition of elder abuse. nameOfConference


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  • Paradise M, Walker Z, Cooper C et al. (2009). Prediction of survival in Alzheimer's disease - The LASER-AD longitudinal study. nameOfConference


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  • Selwood A, Cooper C, Owens C et al. (2009). What would help me stop abusing? The family carer's perspective. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Selwood A, Blanchard M et al. (2009). Abuse of people with dementia by family carers: Representative cross sectional survey. nameOfConference


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  • Selwood A, Cooper C (2009). Abuse of people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Paradise M, Cooper C, Livingston G (2009). Systematic review of the effect of education on survival in Alzheimer's disease. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Selwood A, Livingston G (2009). Knowledge, detection, and reporting of abuse by health and social care professionals: A systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Selwood A, Blanchard M et al. (2009). The CARD study – abuse of people with dementia by family carers. nameOfConference

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  • Cooper C, Katona C, Livingston G (2008). Validity and reliability of the brief cope in carers of people with dementia: The LASER-AD study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Katona C, Orrell M et al. (2008). Coping strategies, anxiety and depression in caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease.. nameOfConference


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  • Ganeshalingam Y, Cooper C, Livingston G (2008). Referral patterns and acetylcholinesterase inhibitor prescribing for cognitive impairment (1999-2007): Impact of NICE guidelines. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Owens C, Katona C et al. (2008). Attachment style and anxiety in carers of people with Alzheimer's disease: Results from the LASER-AD study. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Cooper C, Woods J et al. (2008). Successful ageing in adversity: The LASER-AD longitudinal study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Selwood A, Livingston G (2008). The prevalence of elder abuse and neglect: A systematic review. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Bebbington PE, Meltzer H et al. (2008). Depression and common mental disorders in lone parents: Results of the 2000 National Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Morgan C, Byrne M et al. (2008). Perceptions of disadvantage, ethnicity and psychosis. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Manela M, Katona C et al. (2008). Screening for elder abuse in dementia in the LASER-AD study: Prevalence, correlates and validation of instruments. nameOfConference


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  • Katona C, Livingston G, Cooper C (2008). CHAPTER 57 Functional Psychiatric Illness in Old Age. nameOfConference


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  • Regan C, Cooper C (2008). Crisis resolution teams and older people. nameOfConference


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  • Katona C, Livingston G, Cooper C (2008). Functional Psychiatric Illness in Old Age. nameOfConference


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  • Ganeshelingham Y, Cooper C, Livingston G (2008). Variation in referral patterns and acetylcholinesterase inhibitor prescribing for patients with cognitive impairment from 1999-2007: the relationship with NICE guidelines. nameOfConference

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  • Bebbington P, Cooper C (2007). Affective disorders. nameOfConference


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  • Selwood A, Cooper C, Livingston G (2007). What is elder abuse - Who decides?. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Bebbington P, King M et al. (2007). Why people do not take their psychotropic drugs as prescribed: Results of the 2000 national psychiatric morbidity survey. nameOfConference


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  • Katona C, Livingston G, Cooper C et al. (2007). International Psychogeriatric Association consensus statement on defining and measuring treatment benefits in dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Balamurali TBS, Livingston G (2007). A systematic review of the prevalence and covariates of anxiety in caregivers of people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Balamurali TBS, Selwood A et al. (2007). A systematic review of intervention studies about anxiety in caregivers of people with dementia. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Regan C, Tandy AR et al. (2007). Acute mental health care for older people by crisis resolution teams in England. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Walker AE, Katona CLE et al. (2007). Antipsychotics and cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease: The LASER-Alzheimer's disease longitudinal study. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Regan C, Cooper C et al. (2007). Mood disorders in people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers: The LASER-AD study. nameOfConference

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  • Doherty R, Mcloughlin K, Johnson S et al. (2006). 0326 THE KEYS STUDY: A SURVEY OF THE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT PSYCHOSIS AND VIEWS ABOUT SERVICES OF COMMUNITY AND EDUCATIONAL STAFF. nameOfConference


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  • Walker AE, Livingston G, Cooper CA et al. (2006). Caregivers' experience of risk in dementia: The LASER-AD Study. nameOfConference


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  • Orrell M, Cooper C, Braithwaite S (2006). Do carers' needs assessments make a difference? Results from the Forget me not study [4]. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Katona C, Orrell M et al. (2006). Coping strategies and anxiety in caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease: The LASER-AD study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Katona C, Finne-Soveri H et al. (2006). Indicators of elder abuse: A crossnational comparison of psychiatric morbidity and other determinants in the Ad-HOC study. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Carpenter I, Katona C et al. (2005). The AdHOC study of older adults' adherence to medication in 11 countries. nameOfConference


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  • Livingston G, Cooper C (2004). User and carer involvement in mental health training. nameOfConference


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  • Cooper C, Robertson MM, Livingston G (2003). Psychological morbidity and caregiver burden in parents of children with Tourette's disorder and psychiatric comorbidity. nameOfConference


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