MARQUE Study publications
Managing Agitation and Raising QUality of lifE in dementia (MARQUE) is a research study led by Professor Gill Livingston at University College London, with support from colleagues from across the UK, the study aims to increase knowledge about dementia, agitation and personhood.
There are several streams to the MARQUE project, which you can find out about by clicking here.
Below are links to the studies outputs and publications to date:
Systematic review of the effective components of psychosocial interventions delivered by care home staff to people with dementia Penny Rapaport, Gill Livingston, Joanna Murray, Aasiya Mulla and Claudia Cooper
Caring for relatives with agitation at home: a qualitative study of positive coping strategies Juanita Hoe, Leah Jesnick, Rebecca Turner, Gerard Leavey and Gill Livingston
Proxy rated quality of life of care home residents with dementia: a systematic review Sarah Robertson, Claudia Cooper, Juanita Hoe, Olivia Hamilton, Aisling Stringer and Gill Livingston
Care Homes participating in this and other studies, have found that being a member of the Research Ready Care Home Network helps to find researchers and studies in your local area to become involved with. For further information visit our network pages.