Brief Audit of the New Cross Hospital Specialised Dementia Unit: a “New” Discovery (European Geriatric Medicine)

Summary

A short conference abstract relating to the New Cross Hospital Dementia Project has been discovered, entirely fortuitously, over three years after the event held in Brussels. This brief piece communicates the results of an audit into the effectiveness of the specialised dementia unit for hospitalised dementia patients, conducted broadly following recommendations in the first National Audit of Dementia Care in General Hospitals UK (2011).

Full Text Link (Note: This article may require a suitable Athens password, a journal subscription or payment for access. It has, on occasion, also been obtained freely by following the EUGMS link given below and then searching “Wolverhampton” in that issue).

Reference

Oo, MT. Tencheva, A. [and] Leung, D. (2012). Effectiveness of a specialised dementia unit in the care of hospitalised dementia patients (P350). 8th Congress of the EUGMS, Brussels, 26th – 28th September 2012. European Geriatric Medicine. September 2012, Vol. 3, Supplement 1, S139.

Beyond Dementia and Elderly Care…

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

Many of these publications can be extremely difficult to identify and locate, such as those published in little-known journals and most particularly considering certain abstracts and posters presented at conferences. The pages listed below are an attempt to give a brief account of these publications (as discovered using public indexing services), organised by year of publication:

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About Dementia and Elderly Care News

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