Kydd, A. (2017, July). Ageism. Paper presented at International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, San Francisco
The developed world has an increasing number of people who are classed as the ‘old’, with the largest increase being those aged over eighty-five years. Population ageing is a ...
Kydd, A. (2017, February). Ageism from the third age to the fourth age. Presented at Cost Action on Ageism, Jagellonian University, Poland
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Kydd, A., Fleming, A., Gardner, S., & Hafford-Letchfield, P. (2018). Ageism in the Third Age. In L. Ayalon, & C. Tesch-Roemer (Eds.), Contemporary Perspectives on AgeismCham: Springer Verlag
In the developed world, later life has brought more opportunities to contribute to society and pursue personal goals outside the role of paid work, combined with less stigma a...
The proposed research is a direct response to the European Commission's Active and Healthy Ageing initiative, with an
overarching goal to improve the quality of life of older people. By pursuing 15 di...
Kydd, A., & Fleming, A. (2015). Ageism and age discrimination in health care: Fact or fiction? A narrative review of the literature. Maturitas, 81(4), 432-438. doi:10.1016/j.maturitas.2015.05.002
Ageism and age discrimination are terms used in best practice statements and in the literature to define negative attitudes towards older people and towards people because of ...
Kydd, A., Touhy, T., Newman, D., Fagerberg, I. & Engstrom, G. (2014). Attitudes towards caring for older people in Scotland, Sweden and the United States: Angela Kydd and colleagues compare data from three countries to assess what staff think about working in the specialty. Nursing Older People. 26(2), 33-40. doi:10.7748/nop2014.02.26.2.33.e547. ISSN 1472-0795
Aim To explore the attitudes of nurses and nursing
students in Scotland, Sweden and the US towards
working with older people.
Method This quantitative study used the 20-item
Kydd, A. & Wild, D. (2013). Attitudes towards caring for older people: literature review and methodology: In the first of two articles, Angela Kydd and Deidre Wild discuss how the specialty could be made a more desirable career choice. Nursing Older People. 25(3), 22-27. doi:10.7748/nop2013.04.25.3.22.e769. ISSN 1472-0795
Care of older people is often referred to as a ‘Cinderella’ service and is not seen as an attractive career option in health care, but with the global population continuing to...