Alison Phinney
Alison Phinney
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Doing as much as I can do: The meaning of activity for people with dementia
A Phinney, H Chaudhury, DL O’connor
Aging and Mental Health 11 (4), 384-393, 2007
Personhood in dementia care: Developing a research agenda for broadening the vision
D O’Connor, A Phinney, A Smith, J Small, B Purves, J Perry, E Drance, ...
Dementia 6 (1), 121-142, 2007
The lived body in dementia
A Phinney, CA Chesla
Journal of Aging Studies 17 (3), 283-299, 2003
Nursing instructors’ and male nursing students’ perceptions of undergraduate, classroom nursing education
JM Dyck, J Oliffe, A Phinney, B Garrett
Nurse Education Today 29 (6), 649-653, 2009
Living with dementia from the patient's perspective
A Phinney
Journal of Gerontological Nursing 24 (6), 8-9, 1998
Caring for hospitalized older adults at risk for delirium: the silent, unspoken piece of nursing practice
S Dahlke, A Phinney
Journal of Gerontological Nursing 34 (6), 41-47, 2008
A community-engaged art program for older people: Fostering social inclusion
E Moody, A Phinney
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 31 (1), 55-64, 2012
Family strategies for supporting involvement in meaningful activity by persons with dementia
A Phinney
Journal of Family Nursing 12 (1), 80-101, 2006
Invisible hands: The role of highly involved families in long-term residential care
J Baumbusch, A Phinney
Journal of Family Nursing 20 (1), 73-97, 2014
“Little things matter!” Exploring the perspectives of patients with dementia about the hospital environment
L Hung, A Phinney, H Chaudhury, P Rodney, J Tabamo, D Bohl
International Journal of Older People Nursing 12 (3), e12153, 2017
Masculinities, work, and retirement among older men who experience depression
JL Oliffe, B Rasmussen, JL Bottorff, MT Kelly, PM Galdas, A Phinney, ...
Qualitative health research 23 (12), 1626-1637, 2013
Fluctuating awareness and the breakdown of the illness narrative in dementia
A Phinney
Dementia 1 (3), 329-344, 2002
Nursing students’ knowledge and beliefs about care of older adults in a shifting context of nursing education
J Baumbusch, S Dahlke, A Phinney
Journal of advanced nursing 68 (11), 2550-2558, 2012
Walking in the neighbourhood: Performing social citizenship in dementia
A Phinney, E Kelson, J Baumbusch, D O’connor, B Purves
Dementia 15 (3), 381-394, 2016
Appreciative inquiry: Bridging research and practice in a hospital setting
L Hung, A Phinney, H Chaudhury, P Rodney, J Tabamo, D Bohl
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 17 (1), 1609406918769444, 2018
Maximizing theoretical contributions of participant observation while managing challenges
S Dahlke, W Hall, A Phinney
Qualitative health research 25 (8), 1117-1122, 2015
College men’s depression-related help-seeking: A gender analysis
MOT Tang, JL Oliffe, PM Galdas, A Phinney, CS Han
Journal of Mental Health 23 (5), 219-224, 2014
Dementia at the intersections: A unique case study exploring social location
D O'Connor, A Phinney, W Hulko
Journal of Aging Studies 24 (1), 30-39, 2010
The effect of a community-engaged arts program on older adults’ well-being
A Phinney, EM Moody, JA Small
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 33 (3), 336-345, 2014
Aging together: caring relations in families of adults with intellectual disabilities
J Baumbusch, S Mayer, A Phinney, S Baumbusch
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2017
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