Rosalind Willis
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Improving the quality of care for mild to moderate dementia: an evaluation of the Croydon Memory Service Model
S Banerjee, R Willis, D Matthews, F Contell, J Chan, J Murray
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry: A journal of the psychiatry …, 2007
Looking back to move forward: The value of reflexive journaling for novice researchers
K Meyer, R Willis
Journal of gerontological social work 62 (5), 578-585, 2019
Factors influencing quality of life of elderly people with dementia and care implications: A systematic review
W Jing, R Willis, Z Feng
Archives of gerontology and geriatrics 66, 23-41, 2016
Reported stigma and discrimination by people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia
D Rose, R Willis, E Brohan, N Sartorius, C Villares, K Wahlbeck, ...
Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences 20 (2), 193-204, 2011
Measuring unmet need for social care amongst older people
A Vlachantoni, R Shaw, R Willis, M Evandrou, J Falkingham, R Luff
Population trends 145, 60-76, 2011
Individualism, collectivism and ethnic identity: cultural assumptions in accounting for caregiving behaviour in Britain
R Willis
Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 27, 201-216, 2012
People with dementia and their family carers' satisfaction with a memory service: A qualitative evaluation generating quality indicators for dementia care
R Willis, J Chan, J Murray, D Matthews, S Banerjee
Journal of Mental Health 18 (1), 26-37, 2009
Applying the Andersen behavioural model to informal support among Britain’s ethnic minorities
R Willis, K Glaser, D Price
Generations Review, British Society of Gerontology 20, 2007
Experiences of people with dementia in Pakistan: Help-seeking, understanding, stigma, and religion
R Willis, A Zaidi, S Balouch, N Farina
The Gerontologist 60 (1), 145-154, 2020
Satisfaction with social care services among South Asian and White British older people: The need to understand the system
R Willis, P Khambhaita, P Pathak, M Evandrou
Ageing & Society 36 (7), 1364-1387, 2016
Problems with measuring satisfaction with social care
R Willis, M Evandrou, P Pathak, P Khambhaita
Health & social care in the community 24 (5), 587-595, 2016
The Stroud/ADI dementia quality framework: a cross‐national population‐level framework for assessing the quality of life impacts of services and policies for people with …
S Banerjee, R Willis, N Graham, BJ Gurland
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry: A journal of the psychiatry …, 2010
Life course influences and well-being in later life: A review
K Glaser, D Price, R Willis, R Stuchbury, M Nicholls
EHRC and Age Concern and Help the Aged, 2009
Ethnicity as a determining factor for instrumental support in mid and later life in England and Wales
R Willis, D Price, K Glaser
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2013
Dementia awareness, beliefs and barriers among family caregivers in Pakistan
S Balouch, A Zaidi, N Farina, R Willis
Dementia 20 (3), 899-918, 2021
Advantageous inequality or disadvantageous equality? Ethnicity and family support among older people in Britain
R Willis
Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care 1 (2), 18-23, 2008
Attitudes, knowledge and beliefs about dementia: focus group discussions with Pakistani adults in Karachi and Lahore
N Farina, A Zaidi, R Willis, S Balouch
Ageing & Society 40 (12), 2558-2573, 2020
Ethnic diversity and equality of access to specialist therapeutic community treatment for severe personality disorder
R Geraghty, F Warren
Psychiatric Bulletin 27 (12), 453-456, 2003
A qualitative exploration of the views of patients and their relatives regarding interventions to minimize the distress related to postoperative delirium
C Meilak, E Biswell, R Willis, J Partridge, J Dhesi
International journal of geriatric psychiatry 35 (2), 230-249, 2020
Complexities of cultural difference in social care work in England
R Willis, P Pathak, P Khambhaita, M Evandrou
European Journal of Social Work 20 (5), 685-696, 2017
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