Dr. Jacomine de Lange

Applied research professor Transitions in Care, specialising in care for people with dementia

Since 2003, Jacomine de Lange has been applied research professor in Transitions in Care at Research Centre Innovations in Care, specialising in care for people with dementia. Up until September 2013, she also worked as a senior researcher in the programme on Ageing of the Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Addiction.

Publication(s)

By Dr. Jacomine de Lange

Home-based exercise and support programme for people with dementia and their caregivers: study protocol of a randomised controlled trial

Dementia case management through the eyes of informal carers. A national evaluation study.

Factors facilitating dementia case management

Results of online focus groups

The effects of a multicomponent dyadic intervention on the mood, behavior, and physical health of people with dementia: a randomized controlled trial

The effects of a multi-component dyadic intervention on the psychological distress of family caregivers providing care to people with dementia: a randomized controlled trial

Does the organisational model of dementia case management make a difference in satisfaction with case management and caregiver burden? An evaluation study

Predictors of activity involvement in dementia care homes: a cross-sectional study

Process evaluation of a multicomponent dyadic intervention study with exercise and support for people with dementia and their family caregivers

The challenges of shared decision making in dementia care networks

How do activating interventions fit the personal needs, characteristics and preferences of people with dementia living in the community and their informal caregivers?

Working mechanisms of dyadic, psychosocial, activating interventions for people with dementia and informal caregivers

a qualitative study

Dyadic interventions for community-dwelling people with dementia and their family caregivers: a systematic review

Designing happy games (apps) for people with dementia

Does familiarity affect the enjoyment of touchscreen games for people with dementia?

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