Tag Archives: NHS Scotland

Systematic Review of Potential Environmental Risk Factors for Dementia (BBC News / Alzheimer Scotland / BMC Geriatrics)

Summary Experts at the Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre have compiled a list of the environmental factors which are thought likely to contribute to the risk of developing dementia. Full Text Link Reference List of dementia environmental risk factors drawn … Continue reading

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Knowledge Management in the NHS (NHS IQ)

Summary The following NHS Improving Quality report investigates the past and potential future role(s) of Knowledge Management (KM) in the NHS. Full Text Link Reference Building a knowledge enabled NHS for the future. London: NHS Improving Quality, February 10th 2016. … Continue reading

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A New Quality Improvement Manual (HQIP) Plus an Investigation Into Online Repositories of Quality Improvement (BMJ Quality and Safety / BMJ / King’s Fund)

Summary Health Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) has produced a guide to the main twelve quality improvement (QI) methods. Section headings comprise: Introduction: Purpose. Definition of ‘quality’. Good governance. Regulation, accreditation and inspection. Patient involvement in quality improvement. Collaboration for quality … Continue reading

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Northern Countries: Environmental Risk Factors Behind Geographical Variations in Dementia Risk? (BBC News / Epidemiology)

Summary People living further north appear to be more likely to develop dementia. Scientists mapped prevalence of dementia in Scotland among 37,000 people born in 1921. A second study involved over 26,000 Swedish twins living in different parts of that … Continue reading

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Reshaping Care for Older People (Audit Scotland)

Summary This audit from the Auditor General for Scotland assesses progress by NHS boards and councils in Scotland in improving health and care services for older people, looking particularly at developments through the Reshaping Care for Older People (RCOP) programme. It … Continue reading

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