Some of the people in the DCRC network (listed in alphabetic order)

AuthorTitleDate
Sarah Hilmer, Juanita Westbury, Jenny Blennerhassett, Millicent MarinkovichDr Tiffany Jessop
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Prof Brian Draper
Prof Lynn Chenoweth
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Dr Megan Heffernan
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Professor Jacqueline Close
Dr Allan Shell
Prof Henry Brodaty
Jessop, T. et al. 2017, HALT Protocol paper07-03-2017
S. Hilmer, J. Westbury, J. Blennerhassett, M. Marinkovich,Dr Tiffany Jessop
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Prof Brian Draper
Prof Lynn Chenoweth
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Dr Megan Heffernan
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Professor Jacqueline Close
Dr Allan Shell
Prof Henry Brodaty
Jessop, T, et al. 2017, 'Halting Antipsychotic Use in Long Term care (HALT): a single arm longitudinal study aiming to reduce inappropriate antipsychotic use in long term care residents with Beha07-03-2017
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
HALT Newsletter #11 - Dec 201601-12-2016
Dr Jacki Liddle
Ms Fleur Harrison
Prof. Nancy A. Pachana
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Henry Brodaty
Liddle, J. et al. 2016, 'Measuring the importance of getting out and about' Australian Journal of Dementia Care Oct/Nov 2016 pp54-5611-09-2016
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
HALT Newsletter #10 - Sep 201601-09-2016
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Allan Shell
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Prof Lynn Chenoweth
"Researchers Successfully Decrease Use of Antipsychotics in Dementia Care". Alzheimer's Association blog. July 201626-07-2016
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Allan Shell
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Prof Lynn Chenoweth
"Trial halts sedation of dementia patients". SBS News online July 201626-07-2016
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Allan Shell
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Prof Lynn Chenoweth
"Trial HALTs sedation of dementia patients". Alzheimer's Qld July 201626-07-2016
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Allan Shell
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Prof Lynn Chenoweth
"Stopping Systemic Sedation: Australian Researchers Successfully Decrease Use of Antipsychotics in Dementia Care". AAIC press release July 201622-07-2016
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
HALT Newsletter #9 - June 201615-06-2016
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
HALT Newsletter #8 - March 201601-03-2016
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Ms Fleur Harrison
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Halting Antipsychotic use in Long Term Care, AJDC Vol 4. No. 5 Oct/Nov 201515-11-2015
Dr Jacki Liddle
Ms Fleur Harrison
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Henry Brodaty
Ireland, D. et al (2015), Low-Energy Bluetooth Beacons for Lifespace Assessment of People with Neurological Conditions, Antennas and Propagation (ISAP), 2015 International Symposium09-11-2015
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Prof Henry Brodaty
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Dr Allan Shell
Mrs Linda Nattrass
A deprescribing intervention to reduce the inappropriate use of antipsychotics to manage BPSD in residential aged care07-09-2015
J Liddle, D Ireland, L Gustafsson, K Kang, SJ McBride, R Lamont, S BrauerDr Simone Reppermund
Ms Fleur Harrison
Prof. Nancy A. Pachana
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Henry Brodaty
Liddle et al (2015) Lifespace and people with dementia: What are the in-home and community mobility issues for people with dementia? Can technology help us to understand?07-09-2015
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Mrs Linda Nattrass
HALT Newsletter #6 - September 201501-09-2015
Maggie Haertsch, Cameron Camp, Margaret Skropeta,A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Dr Jess Baker
Ms Fleur Harrison
Professor Yun-Hee Jeon
Low et al (2015). The Lifestyle Engagement Activity Program (LEAP): Implementing Social and Recreational Activity into Case-Managed Home Care18-08-2015
Prof Henry Brodaty
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Ms Fleur Harrison
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Monica Cations
HALT Newsletter #5 - June 201530-06-2015
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
"The HALT Project: Halting Antipsychotic use in Long Term care" (Alzheimer's Disease International Conference, Perth, April 2015)15-04-2015
Prof Henry Brodaty
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Ms Fleur Harrison
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Monica Cations
HALT Newsletter #4 - March 201531-03-2015
Prof Henry Brodaty
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Ms Fleur Harrison
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Monica Cations
HALT NEWSLETTER #3 - December 201416-12-2014
Prof Henry Brodaty
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Ms Fleur Harrison
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Dr Allan Shell
Ms Monica Cations
HALT NEWSLETTER #2 - August 201402-08-2014
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Dr Allan Shell
"Reducing inappropriate use of antipsychotic medication through clinician education and non-pharmacological management of BPSD (HALT)". Poster presentation at AAIC July 201412-07-2014
Dr Tiffany Jessop
Mrs Linda Nattrass
Ms Fleur Harrison
Ms Monica Cations
Dr Allan Shell
Prof Henry Brodaty
HALT NEWSLETTER #1 - April 201422-04-2014
Ms Fleur Harrison
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Meredith Gresham
Prof Henry Brodaty
Harrison et al (2013). What do clients expect of community care and what are their needs? The Community care for the Elderly: Needs and Service Use Study (CENSUS)26-12-2013
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Fleur Harrison
Does Personality Affect Risk For Dementia06-12-2012
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Fleur Harrison
Low & Harrison (2012). Persons with dementia and their carers from culturally diverse backgrounds: Presentation, issues and implications for counsellors.30-11-2012
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Fleur Harrison
Dr Nicole Kochan
Prof Brian Draper
Dr Melissa Slavin
Dr Simone Reppermund
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Henry Brodaty
Low et al (2012) Can Mild Cognitive Impairment Be Accurately Diagnosed in English Speakers From Linguistic Minorities? Results From the Sydney Memory and Ageing Study30-11-2012
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Fleur Harrison
An Untapped Resource: Older CALD Volunteers - Understanding barriers and motivations to volunteering in NSW - Key Point executive summary29-06-2012
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Fleur Harrison
An Untapped Resource: Older CALD Volunteers - Understanding barriers and motivations to volunteering in NSW - key point recommendations29-06-2012
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Fleur Harrison
CALD volunteer study report - Appendices29-06-2012
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Fleur Harrison
CALD volunteer study report - Final29-06-2012
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Ms Fleur Harrison
Does personality affect risk for dementia? A systematic review and meta-analysis (Forum 2011)23-09-2011
Ms Fleur Harrison
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Dr Nicole Kochan
Prof Brian Draper
Dr Melissa Slavin
Dr Simone Reppermund
Professor Julian Trollor
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Henry Brodaty
Mild cognitive impairment in older Australians from non-English speaking backgrounds (Forum 2011)23-09-2011
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Brian Draper
Prof Henry Brodaty
Ms Fleur Harrison
Low et al (2010). Recognition, attitudes and causal beliefs regarding dementia in Italian, Greek and Chinese Australians.01-01-2010