Dementia Services in England: Mega Statistical Package (PHE / NMHDNIN)

Summary

Public Health England (PHE) has made available a collection of statistical information and analysis to help commissioners and health professionals make more informed decisions about dementia services and interventions. Topics covered include:

  1. Understanding dementia locally.
  2. Dementia and comorbidities.
  3. End of life care.
  4. Use of hospital services.

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Reference

Dementia data and analysis: a guide for health professionals. [Online]: Public Health England (PHE), November 5th 2019.

Dementia Comorbidities

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Reference

Research and analysis: Dementia: comorbidities in patients – data briefing. [Online]: Public Health England, November 1st 2019.

About Dementia and Elderly Care News

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