Dr Pat Chung


NameDr Pat Chung
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Allied and Public Health Professions

Research outputs

Dementia carers’ experience of long-term care during the COVID-19 pandemic: an international grounded theory study

Chung, P. and Naef, R. 2023. Dementia carers’ experience of long-term care during the COVID-19 pandemic: an international grounded theory study.

Innovations in collaborative family research methods: exploring meaningful family and family-nurse interactions to inform nursing actions

Chung, P., Brysiewicz, P., Eggenberger, S. and Naef, R. 2023. Innovations in collaborative family research methods: exploring meaningful family and family-nurse interactions to inform nursing actions.

The perspectives of people living with dementia on enablement services at home

Chung, P. 2018. The perspectives of people living with dementia on enablement services at home.

EMPOWERing older people and their communities to manage their own CARE (EMPOWERCARE): Evaluation study of a social innovation initiative across four European countries

Hatzidimitriadou, E., Wright, T., Stirrup, V., Kuzbit, P., Thompson, T., DeBraal, P, Burton, C., Price, A., Stein, M., Wells, G., Manship, S., Martin, A. and Chung, P. 2022. EMPOWERing older people and their communities to manage their own CARE (EMPOWERCARE): Evaluation study of a social innovation initiative across four European countries. International Journal of Integrated Care. https://doi.org/10.5334/ijic.ICIC22333

Dementia

Chung, P. and Vella-Burrows, T. 2021. Dementia . in: Robinson, S. (ed.) Priorities for Health Promotion and Public Health: Explaining the Evidence for Disease Prevention and Health Promotion London Routledge.

Promoting resilience in occupational therapy rducation, a scoping literature review

Stein, M., Chung, P., Clark, N. and Holt, N. 2019. Promoting resilience in occupational therapy rducation, a scoping literature review .

Experiences of older people with dementia: homecare enablement to support transitions in daily life at home

Chung, P. 2019. Experiences of older people with dementia: homecare enablement to support transitions in daily life at home. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. https://doi.org/10.1177/0308022619856555

Supporting activity engagement by family carers at home: maintenance of agency and personhood in dementia

Chung, P., Ellis-Hill, C. and Coleman, P. 2017. Supporting activity engagement by family carers at home: maintenance of agency and personhood in dementia. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being. 12 (1). https://doi.org/10.1080/17482631.2016.1267316

Professionals partnering with family carers in home-based activity for those with dementia

Chung, P. 2013. Professionals partnering with family carers in home-based activity for those with dementia. World Federation of Occupational Therapists Bulletin. 67, pp. 9-16.

Carers perspectives on the activity patterns of people with dementia

Chung, P., Ellis-Hill, C. and Coleman, P. 2008. Carers perspectives on the activity patterns of people with dementia. Dementia: The International Journal for Social Research and Practice. 7 (3), pp. 359-381. https://doi.org/10.1177/1471301208093289

Carers' strategy for activity engagement of people with dementia in daily activity

Chung, P., Ellis-Hill, C. and Coleman, P. 2009. Carers' strategy for activity engagement of people with dementia in daily activity.

The journey of carers' decision-making on engaging people with dementia with activities

Chung, P., Ellis-Hill, C. and Coleman, P. 2009. The journey of carers' decision-making on engaging people with dementia with activities.

A model of activity patterns for people with dementia: family carers' perspectives

Chung, P., Ellis-Hill, C. and Coleman, P. 2010. A model of activity patterns for people with dementia: family carers' perspectives.

Working in partnership with family carers: the importance of learning from carers’ experiences

Watkins, J., Stanton, L., Lasocki, G., Chung, P. and Hibberd, P. 2011. Working in partnership with family carers: the importance of learning from carers’ experiences. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults. 12 (2), pp. 103-108.
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