Tag Archives: EHE Residential Workshops: (King’s Fund)

How Dementia-Friendly Is Your Hospital? The EHE Assessment Tool (King’s Fund, Enhancing the Healing Environment)

Summary Relatively inexpensive changes to the design of health care environments can enhance the wellbeing of people with dementia, improve staff morale and reduce costs. The Royal College of Psychiatrists‘ Report of the National Audit of Dementia Care in General … Continue reading

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Enhancing the Healing Environment for People with Dementia (King’s Fund / Department of Health: Dementia)

Summary The Department of Health has funded a range of King’s Fund projects on improving the physical environment for people with dementia in acute hospitals (and other acute settings).  The King’s Fund now offer a two-day residential workshop, for clinical and estates staff, … Continue reading

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