Making a Difference in Dementia: Refreshed Nursing Vision and Strategy (Department of Health)

Summary

The Department of Health has updated the Making a Difference in Dementia: Nursing Vision and Strategy (first published in 2013), which clarifies the role(s) and responsibilities of nurses when providing care and support for people with dementia. It explains how nurses can contribute to the provision of compassionate care and support for people with dementia, assisting them to live well with dementia in all care settings, and at home.

There is a helpful bibliography and resources list (with working links) in Part Three: Guidance and Resources.

Full Text Link

Reference

Making a difference in dementia: nursing vision and strategy. Refreshed edition. London: Department of Health; Nursing Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Policy Unit, September 21st 2016.

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