Foreword Part I: Dementia in context 1. Introduction Graham A. Jackson and Debbie Tolson 2. Policy perspectives Graham A. Jackson, Debbie Tolson and Lindsay Kinnaird 3. Relationships, values and dementia care: Promoting reciprocity and interdependence Tony Ryan and Mike Nolan 4. Early diagnosis: Turning policy into practice Stephen Lithgow and Robert Boyd 5. Where does dementia sit in modern society? Karen Watchman 6. Dementia and the family: Motivations for caring Janice McAlister and Irene Graham 7. Dementia-friendly communities Sandra Shafii and Arlene Crockett 8. The care environment and dementia Mary Marshall Part II: Supporting people with dementia 9. Dementia and physical health: Understanding the physical impact of dementia Graham Ellis and Trudi Marshall 10. General hospital care of people with dementia Amanda Johnston and Christine Steel 11. Palliative and end of life care Jenny Henderson and Barbara Sharp 12. Legal and ethical issues in dementia care Donald Lyons 13. Education, training and dementia Anna Jack-Waugh and Margaret Brown 14. The impact of later life illnesses on people living with dementia F.J. Raymond Duffy Part III: Specific issues in dementia care 15. Caring interventions Debbie Tolson and Bryan Mitchell 16. Psychiatric symptoms in dementia Paul Brown, Adam Daly and Graham A. Jackson 17.. Medication and dementia Guy Holloway and Lucy Stirland 18. Delirium Rekha Hegde and Ajay Macharouthu 19. Younger person with dementia Louise Ritchie 20. Down's syndrome and dementia Karen Watchman and Sam Quinn 21. Dementia and human rights: The view from someone who is living with dementia James McKillop Part IV: Future practice 22. Advances in knowledge Debbie Tolson and Graham A. Jackson
Graham A. Jackson is Emeritus Alzheimer Scotland Professor of Dementia Care at the University of the West of Scotland, UK. Debbie Tolson is Alzheimer Scotland Professor of Dementia and Director of the Alzheimer Centre for Policy and Practice at the University of the West of Scotland, UK.