“Resilience in the face of change” – 23rd National ACAT Conference, the benefits of working with over 65s – our reflections on why the evidence base is so limited

Sarah Craven-Staines, Tamsin Williams

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Abstract

Having recently returned from presenting at the 23rd National ACAT conference we were left with many reflections we wished to share. We were privileged to have met with other CAT practitioners specialising in working with older adults. While our presentation focused on sharing our recent study, which highlights the efficacy of CAT in older adults (Williams and Craven-Staines, in press), we spent time having a shared group dialogue reflecting on why the evidence base for CAT, and more specifically CAT in older people, is limited.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberSummer
Pages (from-to)32-33
Number of pages2
JournalReformulation
Volume48
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jul 2017

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