Healthcare for London Dementia Services Guide: Project Documentation

Summary

This website provides access the Healthcare for London Dementia Services Guide (2009) and all related project documentation.

The full list of resources linked to from this page comprises:

  • The Dementia Services Guide. The contents of this document are summarised below:
  1. Introduction.
    1. What is dementia?
    2. Who is affected and how?
    3. Prevalence of dementia in the UK.
    4. Prevalence of dementia in London.
    5. Increasing prevalence and future need.
    6. Spending on dementia.
    7. Strategic context.
    8. The benefits of change.
    9. Key issues for London.
  2. Integrated care pathway.
    1. Patient experience.
    2. Construction of the care pathway.
    3. Detailed description of the care pathway.
    4. Workforce competencies.
    5. Outcomes.
  3. General hospital care pathway.
    1. Policy context.
    2. Construction of the general hospital care pathway.
    3. Action descriptions.
    4. General hospitals workforce competencies.
    5. Outcomes.
    6. Conclusions and recommendations for implementation.
  4. Memory services.
    1. National and regional information.
    2. Specifying a memory service.
    3. Example commissioning specification for a memory service.

Read more: Project Documentation Online.

About Dementia and Elderly Care News

Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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