Tag Archives: Dementia Training Programmes in Hospital Settings

Approaches to Supporting Dementia-Friendly Healthcare in Hospital Settings (BMJ Open)

Summary A review implies that staff dementia awareness training, by itself alone, may not improve dementia care and / or the outcomes for patients with dementia in hospital. It appears that additional strategies such as support for staff in implementing … Continue reading

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Hospital-Based Dementia Training: a Literature Review (Aging and Mental Health)

Summary A recent review investigated the growing literature on dementia training programmes in hospital settings. It found a wide variability in the content and mode(s) of delivery; with interdisciplinary ward-based, tailor-made short sessions, using experiential and active learning, being the … Continue reading

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