Tag Archives: Fear (Upon Disclosure of Diagnosis

Suicide Risk in Dementia Patients (Nursing Standard)

Summary Attempted suicide is not unknown among people with dementia but there is a lack of evidence to guide professional practice. This article explores risk management strategies and the ethics of suicide / assisted suicide by taking one specific patient … Continue reading

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Experiences of the Patient Journey into Alzheimer’s Disease (Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary This research report, from Lilly UK and the Alzheimer’s Society, explores the experience of progression through stages in the development of dementia, from the early signs to diagnosis and beyond. Full Text Link Reference The ‘patient journey’ for people … Continue reading

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Understanding the Person with Dementia (SCIE Social Care TV)

Summary This SCIE Social Care TV video examines how getting to know and understanding the perspective of individuals with a recent diagnosis of dementia helps to provide person-centred care and support to help them live well and independently for as long … Continue reading

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GP’s Dementia Guide: Living Well After Diagnosis (Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary A Dementia Guide has been produced for GPs and psychiatrists to help them provide more support to patients diagnosed with the condition (and better support for their carers). This free booklet, produced by the Alzheimer’s Society and sponsored by … Continue reading

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Factors in Patients’ and Carers’ Experiences of Dementia Diagnosis and Treatment (PLoS Medicine)

Summary Early diagnosis and intervention for people with dementia is becoming a priority, as has been reflected in the “Dementia Case Finding Scheme”. Some GPs are concerned about the effects of early diagnosis and disclosure on patients and carers, however. … Continue reading

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