Tag Archives: Faculty of Health Sciences: University of Malta

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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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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