Dr Jutlla has published in an array of academic arenas, with her work featured in a number of books:

Jutlla, K. & Kaur, H. (2019). The experiences of dementia in South Asian communities in the UK. In Truswell, D. (ed). Dementia in ethnic minorities. Jessica Kingsley; London.

Jutlla, K. (2019). Narratives as talking therapy: Research with Sikh carers of a family member with dementia in Wolverhampton. In Amigoni, D. & McMullan, G. (eds). Creativity in Later Life: Beyond Late Style. Routledge: London, pp. 208-220.

Jutlla, K. (2015). Dementia and Caregiving in South Asian Communities. In Botsford, J. & Harrison Denning, K. Dementia, Culture and Ethnicity: Issues for All. Jessica Kingsley: London, pp. 107-126.

Jutlla, K. (2013). Cultural Norms About the Roles of Older People in Sikh Families. In Singh, A. (Ed). Indian Diaspora Voices of Grandparents and Grandparenting, Sense Publishers: Boston.

Journal Articles

Jutlla, K. (2023). Using co-production to create culturally inclusive dementia resources. Journal of Dementia Care, 31 (5), 23-24 Full Article

Jutlla, K., Arblaster, K. (2023). Understanding the Experiences of Post-Diagnostic Dementia Support for South Asians Living In England: The Need for Co-Production. Int J Alzheimers Dis Res, 1(1), 27-33 Full Article

Farooqi, A. Jutlla, K. Raghavan, R.  Wilson, A. Uddin, M.S. Akroyd, C. Patel, N. Campbell‑Morris, P & Farooqi, A.T. (2022). Developing a toolkit for increasing the participation of black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in health and social care research. BMC Medical Research Methodology, doi:10.1186/s12874-021-01489-2. Full Article

Jutlla, K. (2014). The impact of migration experiences and migration identities on the experiences of services and caring for a family member with dementia for Sikhs living in Wolverhampton, UK. Ageing and Society. 35 (5), 1032-54.
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Hossain, M. Z. Dewey, A. Hakak, Y. & Jutlla, K. (July 2014). Understanding dementia among the Bangladeshi community in England. Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association. 10 (4), 762–763.

Jutlla, K. & Lillyman, S. (2014). An Action Research Study Engaging in the Use of Storyboarding as Research-based Teaching to Identify Issues Faced when Working with People with Dementia from Minority Ethnic Communities.
Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching. Issue 9, 23-35.

Jutlla, K. (2013). Ethnicity and Cultural Diversity in Dementia Care: A Review of the Research. Journal of Dementia Care. 21 (2), 33-39.

Jutlla, K. Parsons, M. Coaten, R. Gardiner, L. & Brooker, D. (2013). Capturing progress in creative arts and dementia. Journal of Dementia Care. 21 (1), 26-28.

Jutlla, K. Graham, S. & Jolley, D. (2012). The care of older people with dementia and other mental disorders when they are admitted to General Hospitals: learning from a network of Mental Health Liaison teams. The Journal of the Institute of Ageing and Health (West Midlands). 1 (18), 29-30.

Kaur, H. Jutlla, K. Moreland, N. & Read, K. (2010). How a link nurse ensured equal treatment for people of Asian origin with dementia. Nursing Times. 106 (24), 4-9.

Jolley, D. Moreland, N. Read, K. Kaur, H. Jutlla, K. & Clark, M. (2009). The ‘Twice a Child’ Projects: learning about dementia and related disorders within the black and minority ethnic population of an English city and improving relevant services.   Journal of Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care. 2 (4), 4-9.

Jutlla, K. & Moreland, N. (2009). The personalisation of dementia services and existential realities: understanding Sikh carers caring for an older person with dementia in Wolverhampton. Journal of Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care. 2 (4), 10-21.

Jutlla, K. & Moreland, N. (2007).

Twice a Child III: The Experiences of Asian Carers of Older People with Dementia in Wolverhampton. Fordementiaplus, West Midlands.


Jutlla, K. (2021). Understanding the experiences of post-diagnostic dementia support for the South Asian community in England. Commissioned research by Alzheimer’s Society.

Full Report

Jutlla, K. Grant, M. & Kull, M. (2019). The CCUES Project Report: Complex and Incurable Conditions: Understanding the views and Experiences of the South Asian community in Wolverhampton. Compton Care; Wolverhampton.

La Fontaine, J. Jutlla, K. Read, K. Brooker, D. & Evans, S. (2013). The experiences, needs and outcomes for carers of people with dementia: Literature Review.



You can download a copy of her thesis from the British Library e-thesis online service: 

Reference: Jutlla, K. (2011). Caring for a person with dementia: a qualitative study of the experiences of the Sikh community in Wolverhampton. PhD Thesis: Keele University.

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Education & Training

With over ten years’ experience of working in the Higher education sector, Karan has extensive experience of developing and delivering bespoke courses, small and large lectures and seminars based on the latest research and evidence based practice.


As an academic, Karan’s research interests in the challenge of dementia care, particularly within Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities have spanned nearly a decade.


As an independent consultant, Karan supports policy makers, and health and social care service providers to potentially address and deliver superb outcomes for a hitherto neglected but growing part of the community.