Publications

Additional publications in progress

Publications by partner representatives:

Bjeregaard, L., Maciulskyte, S., Aciene, E., Christensen, J., (2018) Towards a model of Social Innovation: Cross-border Learning processes in Dementia Care in the Context of Ageing Society, upcoming.

Hulewska, A., Piasecka, A. (2015) Health Communication in Poland, serie Medicina historica, University of Wroclaw.

Russo, N L., Eriksson, J., Mugelli, S H., Marin, J. (2018) Small Steps: Improving Healthcare with Local Innovation, Conference paper, March 2018.

Magnusson, F. (Ed.) Christensen, J.. (2018) Arbetet med äldre i en svensk och dansk context – ett meningsfullt arbete/Work with elderly in a swedish and danish context – a meaningful work, kapitel i ”Äldreomsorg och åldrande – från anhörigskap till krisberedskap”. Lund: Studentlitteratur.

Andersson, M. Christensen, J. , Hillgren, P-A. (2017) Varför gör vi på detta viset? Att tänka nytt i förändringsarbete inom äldreomsorgen med fokus på innovationskultur och kunskapsbildning/Why do we do it in this way? New thinking  in change based elderly care work – innovation and knowledge acqusition. Malmö stad, 2017:1, ISBN 978-91-86631-25-3.

Dychawy Rosner, I., Christensen, J. (2016) Globalization brought into the Classroom – reflections from a local context in social work and nursing education. Scientific Journal Bridges Tiltai, vol. 2, no. 74.

Christensen, J. (2016) A Critical Reflection of  Bronfenbrenner´s Development Ecology Model, Problems of Education in the 21st Century, vol. 69.

Christensen, J., Lellinge, B. (2016) The importance of the meeting for entrepreneurial learning – experiences from two contexts. ESR Journal, vol. 1, no. 2

Christensen, J. (2016) Acting locally, thinking Globally in Social Work Education.International Journal of Social Sciences and Education Research, vol. 2, nr. 3.

Christensen, J., Liveng, A. (2016) CareSam – A Cross-border Collaboration Contesting notions of elderly Care, Scientific Journal Tiltai Bridges, vol. 1, no. 73. http://hdl.handle.net/2043/20606

Christensen, J. (2016) Professional development in social work: elderly care in Sweden and Denmark. Journal of Social Welfare: Interdisciplinary Approach, vol. 1, no. 6.

Christensen, J. (2015) The Creation of a University discipline in a Societal and Social Context – A Profession in Change – Higher Education in Lithuania. Societal Studies, no. 7 (1)

Magnússon, Finnur, et al. (2013) “Caresam: åldrande och utmaningar i Öresundsregionen-att arbeta med ældre i Sverige och Danmark.”.

Larsen, Lene, 2007: Something to do with people. Paper. Conference of the ESREA Network on Life History and Biography

Liveng, Anne, 2010: Learning and recognition in health and care work: an intersubjective perspective. Artikel i tidskrift: Journal of Workplace Learning

Liveng, Anne, 2009: Borgere med komplekse problemstillinger: Hvad ønsker de af hjemmeplejen? Videnskabelig rapport. Roskilde Universitet, Roskilde

Liveng, Anne, 2008: A Crisis of Recognition in Care Work for Elderly People? I Wrede, Sirpa : Care Work in Crisis: Reclaming the Nordic Ethos in Care. Antologi. Studenterlitteratur, Lund

Other articles of relevance due to the project:

Alzheimer’s Association. 2015. 2015 Alzheimer’s disease facts and figures, Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 11(3): 332.

Callone, P. R.; Kudlack, C. 2011. The Alzheimer’s caregiving puzzle. Puting together the pieces. New York: Demos Health, p. 216.

Cavallo, F.; Aquilano, M.; Parvati, M. 2014. An Ambient Assisted Living Approach in Designing Domiciliary Services Combined With Innovative Technologies for Patients With Alzheimer‘s Disease: A Case Study, American Journal of Alzheimers Disease and Other Dementias, 30(1).

Jones, D. 2015. A family living with Alzheimer’s disease: The communicative challenges, Dementia, 14(5): 555–573.

Gibson, A.; Anderson, K.; Acocks, S. 2014. Exploring the Service and Support Needs of Families With Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease, American Journal of Alzheimers Disease and Other Dementias, 29(7): 596–600.

Hong, Li; Kyrouac, G. A.; McManus, D. Q.; Cranston, R. E.; Hughes, S. 2012. Unmet Home Care Service Needs of Rural Older Adults With Alzheimer’s Disease: A Perspective of Informal Caregivers, Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 55(5): 409–425.

Raccichini, A.; Spazzafumo, L.; Castellani, S.; Civerchia, P.; Pelliccioni, G.; Scarpino, O. 2015. Living With Mild to Moderate Alzheimer Patients Increases the Caregiver’s Burden at 6 Months, American Journal of Alzheimers Disease and Other Dementias, 30(5): 463–467.

Carling-Jenkins, R.; Torr, J.; Iacono, T.; Bigby, Ch. 2012. Experiences of supporting people with Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease in aged care and family environments, Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 37(1): 54–60.

Raivio, M.; Eloniemi-Sulkava, U.; Laakkonen, M.L.; Saarenheimo, M.; Piedtila, M.; Tilvis R.; Pitkala K. 2007. How do officially organized services meet the needs of elder ly caregivers and spouses with alzheimer`s disease? International Journal of Alzheimer Disease, 22: 360–368.

Rongve, A.; Boeve, B. F.; Aarsland, D. 2010. Frequency and correlates of caregiver-reported sleep disturbances in a sample of persons with early dementia, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 58(3): 480–486.

Sanders, S.; Swails, P. 2009. Caring for individuals with end-stage dementia at the end of life: A specific focus on hospice social workers, Dementia, 8(1): 117–138.

Song, Y.; Dowling, G. A.; Wallhagen, MI.; Lee, KA.; Strawbridge, WJ. 2010. Sleep in older adults with Alzheimer’s disease, Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 42(4): 190–188.

Vellone, E.; Piras, G.; Venturini, G.; Alvaro, R.; Cohen, Z. M. 2012. The Experience of Quality of Life for Caregivers of People With Alzheimer‘s Disease Living in Sardinia, Italy, Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 23(1): 46–55.

Butcher, H.; Holcup P.; Buckwalter C. K. The Experience of Caring for a Family Member with Alzheimer’s Disease, Western Journal of Nursing Research, 2001, 23(1), p. 33–55.