Tag Archives: Healthcare Workers’ Attitudes Towards Dementia Care

Health Education England’s Pre-Nursing Experience Pilots (HEE)

Summary This document reflects students’ views of Health Education England (HEE)’s pre-nursing experience pilot programme. The Francis Inquiry report recommended that student nurses should be required to spend a period of time working directly with patients before starting their degree course. … Continue reading

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Survey of the Queensland Healthcare Workers’ Attitudes Towards Dementia Care and Training (BMC Geriatrics)

Summary This article discusses a survey exploring the relationships between staff attitudes towards dementia, self-confidence in caring for people with dementia, and dementia education and training in Queensland during 2012. The results reflect the importance of self-confidence and dementia education … Continue reading

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