Tag Archives: Dementia Care Pathways

Getting the Dementia Care Pathway Right (NHS RightCare / NHS England)

Summary NHS RightCare has produced a scenario which throws into contrast an optimal dementia care pathway as distinct from the possibly more common “sub-optimal” pathway alternative(s). Costings for an ideal pathway are presented, compared with those for an example sub-optimal … Continue reading

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Maudsley Older Adults and Dementia Care Pathways (South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust)

Summary The South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust’s Mental Health of Older Adults and Dementia Clinical Academic Group (MHOAD CAG) have developed care pathways to guide readers about treatments for mental health conditions including anxiety, dementia, depression, personality disorder … Continue reading

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The CAREDEM Case Management Modelling and Feasibility Study (HTA)

Summary The CAREDEM Case Management Study adapted a promising case management project from the USA (the PREVENT Study) and attempted to test the feasibility and acceptability of this approach to case management for dementia support in English general practice. The … Continue reading

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