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  • Roberts, E. & Carter, H. (2020). Rethinking dementia care in the time of the Coronavirus outbreak. Inquiry: The Journal of Health Care Organization Provision and Financing. In press  
  • Roberts, E. & Struckmeyer, K. (2019) “Ours is the strangest situation, ours is different from most peoples”. Spousal caregiver perspectives on the complex challenges of dementia caregiving in late-life marriage. Marriage and Family Review, 55(6), 584-600. 
  • Clare, G., Jayadas, J., Roberts, E. & Hebert, P. (2018). Lessons learned from the Active Aging for L.I.F.E.  intergenerational programming: College-age student and older adult 65+ focus group perspectives, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships. 17(2), 220-233.  
  • Roberts, E., & Pulay, A. (2018). Examining the nursing home physical environment through policy driven culture change. Journal of Housing for the Elderly. 32(1), 1-22.  
  • Roberts, E. & Struckmeyer, K. (2017). The impact of respite programming on caregiver resilience: Perspectives of primary family caregivers of individuals with dementia, Inquiry: The Journal of Health Care Organization Provision and Financing. 55, 1-11.  
  • Roberts, E., Bishop, A., Ruppert-Stroescu, M., Clare, G., Hermann, J., Singh, C., Balasubramanan, M., Struckmeyer, K., Kang, M., Slevitch, L. (2017). Active aging for L.I.F.E.: An intergenerational public health initiative addressing perceptions and behaviors around longevity, independence, fitness, and engagement. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 33(3), 211-222.  
  • Roberts, E. (2017). Voices from down home: Family caregiver perspectives on navigating care transitions with individuals with dementia in Nova Scotia Canada in Harrist, A. W., & Wilson, S. M. (Series Eds.) & Bailey, W. A., & Harrist, A. W. (Vol. Eds.). Emerging Issues in Family and Individual Resilience: Vol. 2. Family Caregiving: Fostering Resilience Across the Life Course. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International. 
  • Clare, G., Jayadas, A., Hermann, J., & Roberts, E., (2017).  Spanning the ages: Intergenerational mentoring for L.I.F.E. International Journal of Prevention and Treatment, 6(3). 50-57.  
  • Roberts, E. (2016).  Negotiated risk and resident autonomy: Frontline care staff perspectives on culture change in long term care in Nova Scotia, Canada. Work: Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 54(4), 837-857.  
  • Roberts, E. (2015).  Choosing privacy over interaction: Restructuring expectations and interpretations of community integration in Canadian small house long term care settings. Journal of Housing for the Elderly. 29(3). 
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