Tag Archives: Employee Experience

Exploring the Morality and Efficacy of White Lies and Deception in Dementia Care (MHF)

Summary The Mental Health Foundation (MHF)’s “Dementia: what is truth?” report explores strategies for handling the different realities and beliefs held by persons with dementia. It concludes, perhaps realistically, that judicious use of non-truths and half-truths may be justified if … Continue reading

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Exploring Applications of the Appreciative Inquiry Methodology (JCN / Open Nursing Journal / BMC Nursing / Dementia)

Summary Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a qualitative research methodology which has roots in action research, organisational learning and organisational culture change. Articles have been published recently which incorporate appreciative inquiry in their approach to various healthcare topics of interest. Exploring … Continue reading

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Hospital Parking Stealth Taxes Curbed? (BBC News / Department of Health)

Summary Hospitals in England will cut the cost of parking for certain groups, thanks to government guidelines. Concessions (free parking, reduced charges or capped charges) should be available for people with disabilities, people attending outpatients frequently, people visiting relatives who … Continue reading

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Supporting Employees Caring for Persons With Dementia (Carers UK)

Summary The impact of dementia is an increasingly significant issue in the workplace. People are often struggling to combine work with caring for family member or friend. Carers UK and Employers for Carers performed a survey of employers and employees … Continue reading

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