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Author: Abela, MR (Dr Melissa Abela)

Number of items: 7

Journal Article
Karacsony, S and Eccleston, C and Albela, M, Evaluating dementia knowledge, attitudes perceived skill and competence following dementia education and training in Namaste Care programe, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 27, (7) pp. 38. ISSN 2202-7114 (2022) [Professional, Non Refereed Article]
Karacsony, S and Abela, MR, Stimulating sense memories for people living with dementia using the Namaste Care programme: what works, how and why?, Journal of Clinical Nursing ISSN 0962-1067 (2020) [Refereed Article] 
Conference Publication
Lea, E and Eccleston, C and Abela, M, Enhancing the dementia care workforce's ability to provide high-quality care: Exploring dementia care students' reasons for participation in education and translation of education into practice, New horizons in dementia: building on hope, 9-11 June 2022, London / Online, pp. 242. (2022) [Conference Extract]
Lea, E and Eccleston, C and Abela, M, Achieving knowledge to be a catalyst for change: Exploring dementia care students' reasons for participation in learning, Teaching Matters 2021 Proceedings, 29 November - 1 December 2021, Online, pp. 36 -37. (2021) [Conference Extract]
Abela, M and Maxwell, H and Alty, JE and Lawler, K and Bindoff, AD and Farrow, M, Physical activity for dementia risk reduction - not as easy as it sounds, 2021 Australian Dementia Forum, 31 May - 1 June 2021, online (2021) [Conference Extract]
Other Public Output
Karacsony, S and Abela, M and Eccleston, C, Evaluation of education and training on the end-of-life Namaste Care program on aged care staff's knowledge, skills and perceived competence in end-of-life dementia care: Preliminary Report, Department of Health Tasmania under the End-of-Life Care Policy Implementation Small Grants Program, Australia, pp. 1-51. (2021) [Government or Industry Research]
Karacsony, S and Abela, M, Train the trainer program manual - The trajectory of dementia illnesses and the Namaste Care Program for people living with advanced dementia in residential aged care facilities, University of Tasmania, Australia, pp. 1-13. (2021) [Government or Industry Research]

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