Tag Archives: Care Staff Education

Education and Training Framework: Learning Disabilities Core Skills (HEE / Skills for Health / Skills for Care / NHS England)

Summary Health Education England, Skills for Health and Skills for Care have produced a comprehensive resource, designed to support the education, training and workforce development needs of persons working with people who have learning disabilities. “This Framework was commissioned and … Continue reading

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Improving the Quality of Care For Care Home Residents With Dementia (NHS England / Clinical Medicine / BBC News)

Summary Professor Alistair Burns, NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia, discusses multi-pronged progress to improve the quality of care – and to enhance health and wellbeing – for people with dementia living in care homes. It has been estimated … Continue reading

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Barbican Consensus on Better Care and Support for People With Dementia in Care Homes (NHS England)

Summary It has been reported elsewhere that 80% of residents in care homes may have dementia, and that there may still be over-prescription of antipsychotics in these settings to control challenging behaviour. The Barbican Consensus presents a general agreement, arrived … Continue reading

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Education and Training Framework Maps Dementia Core Skills (Skills for Health / HEE / Skills for Care)

Summary Last month, Skills for Health, Health Education England and Skills for Care issued a comprehensive resource to support the education, training and workforce development needs of persons who work with people living with dementia and their carers. This “Dementia … Continue reading

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On the Namaste Care Programme For People With Advanced Dementia (St Christopher’s Hospice / King’s College London / eHospice)

Summary The following presentation, given in September 2014 at King’s College London, provides an overview of the elements, benefits and challenges of the Namaste Care Programme. Full Text Link Reference Stacpoole, M. [and] Thompsell, A. (2014). The Namaste Care Programme: … Continue reading

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