New Cross Hospital Dementia Care Bundle: a “New” Discovery (Health Foundation)


The following case study from the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust covers how the Dementia Care Bundle (DCB) was implemented at New Cross Hospital and how this has improved patient safety.

This apparently neglected item from the University of Worcester, RWNHST and the Health Foundation was published officially in June 2013. This document somehow managed to fly “under the radar” for 22 months, undetected by all the mainstream healthcare databases and indexing sources.

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Brooker, D. Leung, D. [and] Bowley, K. [et al]. The Dementia Care Bundle: improving the quality and safety of hospital care for patients with acute physical illness who have co-existing dementia. London: Health Foundation, June 2013.

What Else May Have Gone Unnoticed?: the Semi-Hidden Universe of Literature Beyond Dementia and Elderly Care…

Employees of Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, whether writing alone or in cooperation with others, have written publications on a wide variety of subjects.

Many of these publications, such as those published in little-known journals or appearing as grey literature, can be extremely difficult to identify and locate. This is particularly the case considering certain abstracts and posters presented at conferences. The pages presented below attempt to give an account of these publications in recent years (as discovered using public indexing services), listed by year of publication:

About Dementia and Elderly Care News

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