Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in: the older physician in the COVID-19 pandemic. International Psychogeriatrics Special Issue COVID-19 and Psychogeriatrics (2020) 32 (10): 1211 – 1215, see http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1041610220000599 (open access).
Month: November 2020
Older adults and violence: An analysis of domestic homicide reviews in England involving adults over 60 years of age. Ageing & Society (2019) 39: 1097-1121. Doi: 10.1017/S0144686X17001386 access a read-only copy here. A pre-publication version of this paper can be downloaded below: Other related publications: BENBOW SM, Bhattacharyya S & Kingston P. What’s in a …
Clinical reflection: An ethical relationship with Pharma. BJPsych Advances (2018) 24 (6): 398-401. Doi:10.1192/bja.2018.19. Link here.
Older People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing. Briefing paper 3 in Growing older in the UK: A series of expert-authored briefing papers on aging and health, BMA, 2016. Available online here.
A Personal Perspective from the UK: ageing and psychiatrists. Australasian Psychiatry (2016) 24(2): 131–133. Download a pre-publication version below: Other personal perspective-type publications: BENBOW SM. Old Age Psychiatry or Psychotherapy: both-and. Old Age Psychiatrist (2016) 64:42-44. Available online here. BENBOW SM. Sailing into the wind. Old Age Psychiatrist (2011) 53, 4-5. Read this article here.
Late Life Acquired Dual Sensory Impairment (DSI): a systematic review of its impact on Everyday Competence. British Journal of Visual Impairment (2016) 34 (3): 203-21. Download a pre-publication version below:
Assistive technologies and the carers of people with dementia: empowerment and connection. International Journal of Reliable and Quality E-Healthcare (2016) 5(1): 45-59. Available online here – scroll down to Article 4.