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Dementia Care in Acute Hospitals: Comparisons Between Specialist Inpatient Dementia Units Versus Standard Ward Care (Aging Clinical and Experimental Research)

Summary A recent systematic review investigated the literature on the comparative effectiveness of Specialist Inpatient Dementia Units (SIDUs) in acute hospital settings versus that of standard ward care (SWC). Studies that scored poorly relating to possible bias were excluded from the … Continue reading

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National Audit of Intermediate Care 2017 (NAIC)

Summary The National Audit of Intermediate Care (NAIC)’s latest annual report attempts to provide comprehensive data on intermediate care services. It supplies a refreshed audit of intermediate care services delivering care and support to “older people living with complex conditions; … Continue reading

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On the Unrealised Potential of Intermediate Care (SCIE / Nuffield Trust)

Summary The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)’s “SCIE Highlights No.1” briefing explores the largely untapped potential of intermediate care. It is asserted that intermediate care could deliver better outcomes for patients, while reducing the pressures of demand faced by … Continue reading

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National Audit of Intermediate Care: NAIC 2014 (Year 3: Continuing Under-Provision) (NHS England / NHS Benchmarking Network)

Summary Professor John Young, National Clinical Director for Integration and Frail Elderly at NHS England has commented on the problem of continuing under-provision regarding intermediate care services. “The core function of intermediate care is in providing alternatives to hospital care, … Continue reading

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Support for Commissioners of Dementia Care (NICE)

Summary The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has issued a guide to support commissioners, clinicians and managers in the commissioning of high-quality evidence-based care for people with dementia and their carers. The NICE support for commissioning dementia … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Evaluation Report Published for Excellent Care in a Dementia Friendly Acute Hospital (University of Worcester, Association for Dementia Studies)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 3 Issue 3, October 2012]. Summary We have just this week learned that the final evaluation of the New Cross Hospital Dementia Project … Continue reading

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