National Clinical Director for Dementia: Letter to CCGs (NHS England)

Summary

Professor Alistair Burns, NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia, has written to CCGs about progress on national dementia diagnosis rates and priorities for post-diagnostic dementia treatment / support. The letter discusses support available from NHS England. Topics covered include:

  1. Dementia Diagnosis Rates: data for October 2016.
  2. NHS Digital Data Extract: directions.
  3. Join Dementia Research: a new toolkit to assist with promotion of public participation in research.
  4. Music Therapy and Dementia: as a potential therapy for  apathy, BPSD, anxiety, restlessness and depression.
  5. Memory and Smell: mentioning the National Activity Providers’ Association (NAPA)’s “Smell & Connect” trial.

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Reference

National Clinical Director for Dementia CCG Letter. Leeds: NHS England, November 14th 2016.

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