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A Framework of Promising Interventions for Improving the Support of People Living With Dementia (Age UK)

Summary An Age UK report investigates a variety of interventions which may be of assistance in the support of people with dementia and their families / carers. Case studies of services and projects designed to support wellbeing / living well … Continue reading

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More on the Disproportionately High Impact of Dementia Upon Women (GADAA)

Summary Women comprise roughly 65% of people with dementia in the UK. They are disproportionately affected by the condition in terms of having to assume caring responsibilities. The main section headings in this report comprise: Chapter 1: Key Challenges. An … Continue reading

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Improvement of Care and Workforce Development: a National Framework (NHS Improvement / King’s Fund)

Summary The “Developing People – Improving Care” framework for continuous quality improvement and leadership development in NHS and social care services has been published by NHS Improvement. It aims to promote developments in main four areas: Systems leadership: particularly to … Continue reading

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