Emma Wolverson
Emma Wolverson
Clinical Psychologist and Academic Tutor, The University of Hull
Verified email at hull.ac.uk
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Remaining Hopeful in Early Stage Dementia: A Qualitative Study.
CMC Wolverson
Aging and Mental Health 14 (4), 450-460, 2010
1112010
Living positively with dementia: a systematic review and synthesis of the qualitative literature
EL Wolverson, C Clarke, ED Moniz-Cook
Aging & mental health 20 (7), 676-699, 2016
1002016
Through the eyes of others–the social experiences of people with dementia: a systematic literature review and synthesis
KM Patterson, C Clarke, EL Wolverson, ED Moniz-Cook
International Psychogeriatrics 30 (6), 791-805, 2018
332018
Positive psychology approaches to dementia
E Moniz-Cook, B Woods, J Killick, M Nolan, T Ryan, C Quinn, A Norris, ...
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016
322016
The experience of epilepsy in later life: a qualitative exploration of illness representations
H Yennadiou, E Wolverson
Epilepsy & Behavior 70, 87-93, 2017
152017
Creativity and dementia
J Killick, C Clarke, E Wolverson
Positive psychology approaches to dementia., 175-195, 2016
122016
Measuring the well-being of people with dementia: a conceptual scoping review
C Clarke, B Woods, E Moniz-Cook, G Mountain, L Øksnebjerg, R Chattat, ...
Health and quality of life outcomes 18 (1), 1-14, 2020
112020
The meaning and experience of well-being in dementia for psychiatrists involved in diagnostic disclosure: a qualitative study
A Vince, C Clarke, EL Wolverson
International Psychogeriatrics 29 (1), 93-104, 2017
112017
Health Recommender System design in the context of CAREGIVERSPRO-MMD Project
L Oliva-Felipe, C Barrué, A Cortés, E Wolverson, M Antomarini, I Landrin, ...
Proceedings of the 11th PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive …, 2018
92018
A qualitative study of the shared experience of humour between people living with dementia and their partners
H Hickman, C Clarke, E Wolverson
Dementia 19 (6), 1794-1810, 2020
72020
SOCIAL HEALTH
KM Patterson, C Clarke, EL Wolverson, ED Moniz‐Cook
51982
Training people with dementia/cognitive impairment and their carers in the use of web-based supportive technologies (Innovative practice)
K Cunnah, D Howe, J Thorpe, R Dunn, R Platt, C White, K Paulson, ...
Dementia 20 (2), 796-806, 2021
42021
Naming and framing the behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) paradigm: professional stakeholder perspectives
E Wolverson, H Birtles, E Moniz-Cook, I James, D Brooker, F Duffy
OBM Geriatrics 3 (4), 1-19, 2019
42019
A web-based platform for people with memory problems and their caregivers (CAREGIVERSPRO-MMD): Mixed-methods evaluation of usability
P Zafeiridi, K Paulson, R Dunn, E Wolverson, C White, JA Thorpe, ...
JMIR formative research 2 (1), e9083, 2018
42018
A positive psychology approach to dementia
C Clarke, E Wolverson, E Moniz-Cook
Positive psychology approaches to dementia, 41-66, 2016
42016
The CAREGIVERSPRO-MMD platform as an online informational and social support tool for people living with memory problems and their carers: An evaluation of user engagement …
D Howe, J Thorpe, R Dunn, C White, K Cunnah, R Platt, K Paulson, ...
Journal of Applied Gerontology 39 (12), 1303-1312, 2020
32020
Hope and dementia
E Wolverson, C Clarke
Positive psychology approaches to dementia. London: Jessica Kingsley …, 2016
32016
Intensive interaction to build fulfilling relationships.
EWC Haris
The Journal of Dementia Care 22 (6), 27-30, 2014
32014
Intensive Interaction and discourses of personhood: A focus group study with dementia caregivers
CJ Heap, E Wolverson
Dementia 19 (6), 2018-2037, 2020
22020
Shared Experiences of Resilience Amongst Couples Where One Partner Is Living With Dementia—A Grounded Theory Study
L Conway, E Wolverson, C Clarke
Frontiers in Medicine 7, 219, 2020
22020
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