Enhancing the Palliative Approach and Care Continuity for People with Dementia: Study Protocol (BMC Palliative Care)

Summary

This paper covers a trialed strategy for developing a high quality palliative approach to care for people with dementia close to death. The consideration of processes and outcomes, across the two state based settings, identified barriers and facilitators to this approach. “Community of practice” (CoP) reflections informed this study’s recommendations.

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Toye, C. Robinson, AL. [and] Jiwa, M. [et al] (2012). Developing and testing a strategy to enhance a palliative approach and care continuity for people who have dementia: study overview and protocol. BMC Palliative Care, April 2nd 2012. 11(4), pp.1-8. (Click here to view the PubMed abstract).

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