Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia: Annual Progress Report (Department of Health)

Summary

This report gives an account of progress in the first year of the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia. The achievements against the three main areas of the challenge are described, with progress reports from the three Dementia Challenge Champion Groups on:

  1. Driving improvements in health and care.
  2. Creating dementia friendly communities.
  3. Better dementia-related research.

This report also looks forwards. It clarifies plans for improvements to dementia care and research by 2015, and explains how the three champion groups intend to work together. The main section headings in the report comprise:

  • Introduction.
  • Our progress.
    • Driving improvements in health and care.
    • Creating dementia friendly communities that understand how to help.
    • Better research.
  • Annexes.

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Reference

Department of Health (2013). The Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia: delivering major improvements in dementia care and research by 2015: Annual report of progress. London: Department of Health, May 15th 2013.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 7, May 2013].

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