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The Diversionary Value of Music Playlists for Patients With Dementia in Accident and Emergency Settings (Nurses.co.uk / BBC News)

Summary A recent small-scale trial based at NHS Fife indicates that music playlists used on A&E wards can have a calming effect for most elderly dementia patients, offering potential to reduce agitation and distress without resort to medication. Full Text … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Updated Care of Older People in Hospital Standards (Healthcare Improvement Scotland)

Summary Revised Scottish standards concerning acute care of older people in hospital address all aspects of the patient care pathway, including initial assessment on admission, rehabilitation, care transitions and discharge planning. There are sixteen standards. Section headings comprise: Standard 1: … Continue reading

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