SCERRI, A., INNES, A. and SCERRI, C., 2020. Person-centred dementia care in acute hospital wards-the influence of staff knowledge and attitudes. Geriatric Nursing, 41, pp. 215-221.
SCERRI, C., INNES, A. and SCERRI, C., 2020. Dementia care in acute hospitals-a qualitative study on nurse managers' perceived challenges and solutions. Journal of Nursing Management, 28, pp. 399-406.
SPITERI, C. and SCERRI, C., 2019. Utilisation of services by informal caregivers of community-dwelling persons living with dementia making use of the dementia activity centres in the Maltese islands. Malta Journal of Health Sciences, 6(1), pp. 5-13.
AYERS, D. and SCERRI, C., 2018. Non-coding RNA influences in dementia. Non-coding RNA Research, 3, pp. 188-194.
MUSCAT, M. and SCERRI, C., 2018. Coping with anxiety, depression, burden and quality of life in informal primary caregivers of community-dwelling individuals with dementia. Journal of Aging Research & Clinical Practice, 7, pp. 128-135.
SCERRI, A., SCERRI, C. and INNES, A., [published online ahead of print, 2018 Nov 27]. The perceived and observed needs of patients with dementia admitted to acute medical wards. Dementia, .
SCERRI, C., 2018. Dementia: creating a knowledge-based healthcare profession. The Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease, 5(1), pp. 85-86.
FRISONI, G.B., BOCCARDI, M., BARKHOF, F., BLENNOW, K., CAPPA, S., CHIOTIS, K., DÃ©MONET, J., GARIBOTTO, V., GIANNAKOPOULOS, P., GIETL, A., HANSSON, O., HERHOLZ, K.,CR JR, NOBILI, F., NORDBERG, A., SNYDER, H., TEN, K.M., VARRONE, A., ALBANESE, E., BECKER, S., BOSSUYT, P., CARRILLO, M., CERAMI, DUBOIS, B., GALLO, V., GIACOBINI, E., GOLD, G., HURST, S., LÖNNEBORG, A., LOVBLAD, K., MATTSSON, N., MOLINUEVO, J., MONSCH, A., MOSIMANN, U., PADOVANI, A., PICCO, A., PORTERI, C., RATIB, O., SAINT-AUBERT, L., SCERRI, C., SCHELTENS, SCHOTT, J., SONNI, I., TEIPEL, S., VINEIS, P., VISSER, P., YASUI, Y. and WINBLAD, B., 2017. Strategic roadmap for an early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease based on biomarkers. The Lancet Neurology, 16(8), pp. 661-676.
PORTERI, C., ALBANESE, E., SCERRI, C., CARRILLO, M.C., SNYDER, H.M., MARTENSSON, B., BAKER, M., GIACOBINI, E., BOCCARDI, M. and WINBLAD, B., 2017. The biomarker-based diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. 1-ethical and societal issues. Neurobiology of aging, 52, pp. 132-140.
SCERRI, A., INNES, A. and SCERRI, C., 2017. Dementia training programmes for staff working in general hospital settings: A systemic review of literature. Aging & Mental Health, 21(8), pp. 783-796.
SCERRI, A., INNES, A. and SCERRI, C., 2017. Using appreciative inquiry to implement person-centred dementia care in hospital wards. Dementia, .
SCERRI, A. and SCERRI, C., 2017. Outcomes in knowledge, attitudes and confidence of nursing staff working in nursing and residential care homes following a dementia training programme. Aging & Mental Health, .
SCERRI, A. and SCERRI, C., 2017. Training older adults about Alzheimer's disease - impact on knowledge and fear. Educational Gerontology, 43(3), pp. 117-127.
SCERRI, C., 2017. Knowledge of Alzheimer's disease and training needs in final year medical and pharmacy students. Journal of Aging Research & Clinical Practice, 6, pp. 9-13.
INNES, A., KELLY, F., SCERRI, C. and ABELA, S., 2016. Living with dementia in hospital wards: a comparative study of satff perceptions of practice and observed patient experience. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 11(2), pp. 94-106.
NICAISE, S., PALERMITI, F., RAHMAN, S.A.A., ABADA-BENDID, M., ALOUANE, L., ANDRIEU, S., ANKRI, J., SCERRI, C., BARTORELLI, L., TALLET, M.A.C. and CECCALDI, M., 2016. Alzheimer and the Mediterranean Report 2016-an overview of challenges and perspectives. AMPA.
SCERRI, A. and SCERRI, C., 2016. Reframing dementia care in Maltese hospitals. Malta Journal of Health Sciences, 3(1), pp. 23-28.
SCERRI, C., 2016. Malta's strategic vision for a national dementia policy. International Journal on Ageing in Developing Countries, 1(2), pp. 133-142.
ZERAFA, N. and SCERRI, C., 2016. Knowledge and pharmacological management of Alzheimer's disease by managing community pharmacists: a nationwide study. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 38, pp. 1416-1424.
FORMOSA, M. and SCERRI, C., eds, 2015. Population Ageing in Malta: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Msida, Malta: Malta University Press.
SCERRI, A., INNES, A. and SCERRI, C., 2015. Discovering what works well: exploring quality dementia care in hospital wards using an appreciative inquiry approach. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24(13-14), pp. 1916-1925.
SCERRI, C., 2015. Dementia in Malta: trends, policy and professional development. In: M. FORMOSA and C. SCERRI, eds, Population Ageing in Malta: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Msida, Malta: Malta University Press, pp. 169-191.
SCERRI, C., 2015. Empowering Change: A National Strategy for Dementia in the Maltese Islands. Valletta, Malta: Parliamentary Secretariat for the Rights of Persons with Disability and Active Ageing.
SCERRI, C., 2015. The travails of dementia policy development in a small island state: perspectives from Malta. Hellenic Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 18(Suppl), pp. 95-103.
CARUANA-PULPAN, O. and SCERRI, C., 2014. Practices in diagnosis, disclosure and pharmacotherapeutic management of dementia by general practitioners – a national survey. Aging & Mental Health, 18, pp. 179-186.
DIAZ-PONCE, A., CROY, A., SCHROBILTGEN, C., STEYAERT, J., VERSCHRAEGEN, J., ILIEVA, V., DIMITROV, I., MIMICA, N., SCERRI, C., JUKIÄ‡, M.K. and ANTIGONI, D., 2014. Dementia in Europe Yearbook 2014-National care pathways for people with dementia living at home. Luxembourg: Alzheimer Europe.
SCERRI, C., 2014. The curvy side of dementia: the impact of gender on prevalence and caregiving. Journal of the Malta College of Pharmacy Practice, 20, pp. 37-39.
CREMONA, R. and SCERRI, C., 2013. A natural source of possible anti-amyloid agents for Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Euromed Pharmacy, 3, pp. 29-32.
SCERRI, A. and SCERRI, C., 2013. Caring for older persons with dementia: the principles of person-centred care. BOLD-Journal of the International Institute of Ageing (United Nations-Malta), 23, pp. 11-17.
SCERRI, A. and SCERRI, C., 2013. Nursing students’ knowledge and attitudes towards dementia – A questionnaire survey. Nurse Education Today, 33, pp. 962-968.
SCERRI, C. and ZAHRA, T., 2013. X'hin hu? Fatti dwar id-dimensja. Valletta: Segretarjat Parlamentari ghall-Anzjani u Kura fil-Komunita'.
VASSALLO, N. and SCERRI, C., 2013. Mediterranean diet and dementia of the Alzheimer type. Current Aging Science, 6, pp. 150-162.
CARUANA, M., NEUNER, J., HOGEN, T., SCHMIDT, F., KAMP, F., SCERRI, C., GIESE, A. and VASSALLO, N., 2012. Polyphenolic compounds are novel protective agents against lipid membrane damage by alpha-synuclein aggregates in vitro. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes, 1818(11), pp. 2502-2510.
SCERRI, A. and SCERRI, C., 2012. Dementia in Malta: new prevalence estimates and projected trends. Malta Medical Journal, 24, pp. 21-24.
SCERRI, C., 2012. Challenges of developing a dementia strategy: the case of Malta. In: A. INNES, F. KELLY and L. MCCABE, eds, Key issues in Evolving Dementia Care
. London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 150-172.
SCERRI, C., STEWART, C., BALFOUR, D.J.K. and BREEN, K., 2012. Nicotine modifies in vivo and in vitro rat hippocampal amyloid precursor protein processing in young but not old rats. Neuroscience Letters, 514, pp. 22-26.
GAUCI, A.J., CARUANA, M., GIESE, A., SCERRI, C. and VASSALLO, N., 2011. Identification of polyphenolic compounds and black tea extract as potent inhibitors of lipid membrane destabilization by Abeta42 aggregates. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 27, pp. 767-779.
INNES, A., ABELA, S. and SCERRI, C., 2011. The organisation of dementia care by families in Malta: The experiences of family caregivers. Dementia, 10(2), pp. 165-184.
SCERRI, C., 2011. Activation of nicotinic cholinergic receptors modifies the processing of rat hippocampal APP both in vivo and in vitro. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 7(4), pp. 579.
SCERRI, C., 2011. Effects of nicotine adminsitration on amyloid precursor protein metabolism, neural cell genesis and acqusition of spatial memory
. Malta Medical Journal, 23(3), pp. 66-74.
SCERRI, C., ABELA, S. and INNES, A., 2010. Pharmacotherapeutic aspects of dementia care in Malta. Malta Medical Journal, 22(3), pp. 6-12.
SCERRI, C., 2009. Animal experimentation in Malta: regulatory processes and future perspectices. Malta Medical Journal, 21(1), pp. 19-25.
SCERRI, C., 2009. Differential effects of age on tau protein expression in the rat brain following chronic nicotine administration in vivo. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 5(4), pp. 431.
SCERRI, C., 2009. Healthcare and decision making in dementia in Malta. Dementia in Europe Yearbook. Luxembourg: Alzheimer Europe, pp. 139-144.
SCERRI, C., ABELA, S. and INNES, A., 2009. Dementia in Malta: experiences of dementia patients and their caregivers. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 5(4), pp. 234.
ABELA, S., MAMO, J., AQUILINA, C. and SCERRI, C., 2007. Estimated prevalence of dementia in the Maltese Islands. Malta Medical Journal, 19(2), pp. 23-26.
SCERRI, C., 2006. Effects of chronic buproprion and nicotine administration on cell genesis and DNA fragmentation in adult rat dentate gyrus. Malta Medical Journal, 18(3), pp. 23-27.
SCERRI, C., 2006. Pharmacotherapeutic approaches in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Journal of the Malta College of Pharmacy Practice, 11, pp. 8-10.
SCERRI, C., STEWART, C.A., BREEN, K. and BALFOUR, D.J.K., 2006. The effects of chronic nicotine on spatial learning and bromodeoxyuridine incorportation into the dentate gyrus of the rat. Psychopharmacology, 184, pp. 540-546.
GAFA, M., FENECH, A., SCERRI, C. and PRICE, D., 2005. Teamwork in healthcare organisations. Pharmacy Education, 5(2), pp. 113-119.
SCERRI, C., 2005. The face of dementia. BOLD-Journal of the International Institute of Ageing (United Nations-Malta), 15(3), pp. 19-22.
SCERRI, C., 2005. Nicotine: pharmacology and therapeutic implications in neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders. Malta Medical Journal, 17(4), pp. 18-21.
SCERRI, C., BALFOUR, D.J.K. and BREEN, K., 2002. Release of amyloid precusor and tau protein from three different regions of the rat brain following nicotine administration. Neurobiology of Aging, 23(1), pp. 523.