His primary areas of study are Dementia, Nursing, Psychological intervention, Gerontology and Coping. In his study, John Keady carries out multidisciplinary Dementia and Perspective research. His work on Gerontological nursing as part of general Nursing research is frequently linked to Economic cost, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Psychological intervention research includes themes of PsycINFO, Inclusion, Alzheimer's disease and Randomized controlled trial. The Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Young onset dementia, Social support, Frontotemporal dementia and Developed country. The concepts of his Coping study are interwoven with issues in Developmental psychology and Intellectual disability.
John Keady mainly investigates Dementia, Nursing, Gerontology, Psychological intervention and Psychiatry. Within one scientific family, John Keady focuses on topics pertaining to Developmental psychology under Dementia, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Narrative. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quality, Older people and Primary care.
Gerontology connects with themes related to Disease in his study. His Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Intervention and Delphi method. His research on Delphi method often connects related topics like Set.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Dementia, Psychological intervention, Gerontology, Neighbourhood and Nursing. The concepts of his Dementia study are interwoven with issues in Delphi method, Family medicine and Set. The various areas that he examines in his Family medicine study include Cancer screening, Qualitative research and Psychiatry, Comorbidity.
His research in Psychological intervention intersects with topics in Research design, Social determinants of health, Applied psychology and Quality of life. John Keady has researched Gerontology in several fields, including Young onset dementia, Treatment options and Cancer treatment. His Nursing research incorporates themes from Checklist, Training and Protocol.
John Keady mainly focuses on Dementia, Neighbourhood, Thematic analysis, Family medicine and Psychological intervention. John Keady interconnects Nursing, Cancer, Delphi method and Gerontology in the investigation of issues within Dementia. His Nursing research includes elements of Training programme and Social group.
His work in Gerontology tackles topics such as Content validity which are related to areas like CINAHL. His Thematic analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychotherapist, Content, Context and Salutogenesis. His work focuses on many connections between Psychological intervention and other disciplines, such as Research design, that overlap with his field of interest in PsycINFO, Response rate and Psychosocial.
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Beyond person-centred care: a new vision for gerontological nursing.
Mike R. Nolan;Sue Davies;Jayne Brown;John Keady.
Journal of Clinical Nursing (2004)
General practitioners' knowledge, confidence and attitudes in the diagnosis and management of dementia
Stephen Turner;Steve Iliffe;Murna Downs;Jane Wilcock.
Age and Ageing (2004)
Understanding Family Care : A Multidimensional Model of Caring and Coping
Mike Nolan;Gordon Grant;John Keady.
Effectiveness of educational interventions in improving detection and management of dementia in primary care: cluster randomised controlled study
Murna Downs;Stephen Turner;Michelle Bryans;Jane Wilcock.
Rewards and gratifications among family caregivers: towards a refined model of caring and coping.
G Grant;P Ramcharan;M McGrath;M Nolan.
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research (1998)
Transforming students' views of gerontological nursing: Realising the potential of 'enriched' environments of learning and care : A multi-method longitudinal study
Jayne Brown;Mike Nolan;Sue Davies;Janet Nolan.
International Journal of Nursing Studies (2008)
Navigating the grounded theory terrain. Part 2
Andrew Hunter;Kathy Murphy;Annmarie Grealish;Dympna Casey.
Nurse Researcher (2011)
REMCARE: reminiscence groups for people with dementia and their family caregivers - effectiveness and cost-effectiveness pragmatic multicentre randomised trial
RT Woods;E Bruce;RT Edwards;R Elvish.
Health Technology Assessment (2012)
The transition to dementia--individual and family experiences of receiving a diagnosis: a review.
Louise Robinson;Alan Gemski;Clare Abley;John Bond.
Developing a typology of family care: implications for nurses and other service providers.
Mike Nolan;John Keady;Gordon Grant.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (1995)
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