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Refusal and Resistance to Care in People With Dementia in Acute Hospitals (Patient Experience Library / NIHR / International Journal of Nursing Studies)

Summary Patients with dementia often have a poor experience of care in hospitals. Some hospitals are better than others, almost certainly, thanks to improvements in dementia-friendly hospital care, appropriate staff training and dementia awareness raising; however certain problems may persist … Continue reading

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