Publications

At the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, we disseminate findings from research projects conducted by the Center for Research and Education widely to professionals and older adults and their families. Our results are also published in peer reviewed journals such as The Gerontologist, The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society and Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions. We also translate our research findings into useful information for older adults and families as part of the Consumer Information Initiative. Below is a list of publications by Benjamin Rose staff.

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Bass, D.M., Judge, K.S., Snow, L.A., Wilson, N.L., Looman, W.J., McCarthy, C.A., Morgan, R., & Abloorh-Odjidja, C., Kunik, M.E. (2012). Prevalence and predictors of depression, care-related strain, and unmet needs among caregivers of patients with dementia. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 20, 239-247.

Gallagher, K. S., Bass, D. M., Judge, K. S., Snow, L., Wilson, N. L., Morgan, R. O., Walder, A., & Kunik, M. E. (2012). Satisfaction with dementia care. Federal Practitioner, April, 33-40.

Family Caregiver Alliance. (2012). Selected caregiver assessment measures: A resource inventory for practitioners, 2nd edition. San Francisco, CA: Family Caregiver Alliance, National Center on Caregiving.

Whitlatch, C. J. (2012). Share-ing resources and education for those with early-stage dementia and their caregivers. American Society on Aging, September. Retrieved from http://www.asaging.org/blog/share-ing-resources-and-education-those-early-stage-dementia-and-their-caregivers  

Sengupta, M., Ejaz, F. K., & Harris-Kojetin, L. D. (2012). Training of home health aides and nurse aides: Findings from national data. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 33(4), 383-401. doi:10.1080/02701960.2012.702167

Teri, L., McKenzie, G., Logsdon, R. G., McCurry, S. M., Bollin, S., Mead, J., & Menne, H. (2012). Translation of two evidence-based programs for training families to improve care of persons with dementia. The Gerontologist, 52(4), 452-459. doi:10.1093/geront/gnr132