Caregiving and dementia/Projects/Australian Journal of Dementia Care

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Australian Journal of Dementia Care

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The aim of this knowledge transfer project is to contribute to the establishment of a community of interest in the professional care of people with dementia.

This project established the Australian Journal of Dementia Care (AJDC) in 2012 to promote best practice and transfer of research into a format suitable for adoption in the workplace. The AJDC contains articles describing dementia care research and practice in Australia, written by Australian experts, supplemented with current articles of interest from the UK. The language and presentation are attractive to a wide range of practitioners. The AJDC is published bi-monthly by Hawker Publications. The AJDC is a sister journal of UK Journal of Dementia Care (UKJDC) which was established in 1993.

Titles and brief descriptions of AJDC and UKJDC articles are available online, along with samples, and the full journal is accessible via paid subscription as a print journal.

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