Tag Archives: Barriers: Poor Pain Management

Dignity in Care: SCIE Videos on Caring With Dignity (SCIE)

Summary The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has produced three new videos about dignity in care, making eight in total. There are said to be eight main factors which contribute to the provision of dignity with care. Choice and … Continue reading

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Pain in Impaired Cognition: EU COST Programme (COST TD1005 Action)

Summary The European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific and Technical Research (COST) offers an inter-governmental framework which sponsors and promotes collaboration between researchers in Europe. One component of this work is the EU-COST initiative entitled “Pain in impaired cognition, … Continue reading

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Behaviour and Pain in People With Dementia Admitted to Acute Hospitals (Alzheimer’s Society / BMC Geriatrics / PAIN® / QMM)

Summary Research into pain in 230 people with dementia at two hospitals, conducted by University College London, indicates that the occurrence of pain experienced in hospitals may be significantly under-reported. This observational study found around two-thirds (57%) of people with … Continue reading

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End-of-Life Care: Under-Recognition of People With Dementia? (BBC News / Marie Curie Cancer Care)

Summary A report by Marie Curie Cancer Care and the Alzheimer’s Society asserts that dementia sufferers may not always get the quality of care needed, possibly because their condition is not recognised sufficiently (at a societal level and in commissioning … Continue reading

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