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Post-Diagnosis Support and Why Dementia Diagnosis Statistics Really Matter: Alistair Burns (NHS England)

Summary Alistair Burns, National Clinical Director for Dementia for NHS England discusses the importance of support for people with dementia, plus their families and carers, following diagnosis. “Post diagnostic support, by definition, follows a diagnosis”. Read more: NHS England. Support not … Continue reading

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Conflicts of Interest in Dementia Diagnosis Incentive Payments? (BBC News / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Family doctors in England are to be paid £55 for each diagnosis of dementia, NHS England has decided. This ruling is broadly compatible with the national dementia strategy and the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia, whereby NHS England is … Continue reading

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