Tag Archives: Self-Management in Early Stage Dementia

Scoping the Potential Role(s) of Community Pharmacists in Medication Management for Community-Dwelling People With Dementia (Health Expectations)

Summary A new article has appeared on the roles for community pharmacists in assisting people with dementia dwelling in the community, their informal carers – and health and social care professionals more widely – in achieving safer and more effective … Continue reading

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Dementia-Friendly Community Pharmacies (Greater Manchester Pharmacy LPN / RPS)

Summary The Greater Manchester Pharmacy Local Professional Network have produced a brief guide on the seven elements of good practice: The pharmacy environment. The pharmacy team. Public health messages, including lifestyle. Over the counter medicines. Prescription ordering and collection / … Continue reading

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Making a Difference in Dementia: Refreshed Nursing Vision and Strategy (Department of Health)

Summary The Department of Health has updated the Making a Difference in Dementia: Nursing Vision and Strategy (first published in 2013), which clarifies the role(s) and responsibilities of nurses when providing care and support for people with dementia. It explains … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Second National Dementia Strategy: 2013-16

Summary Scotland’s second National Dementia Strategy builds upon and develops the first one published in 2010. A total of 17 commitments are specified, with the intention of improving: the quality of dementia services, timely diagnosis rates and standards of care … Continue reading

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Self-Management in Early Stage Dementia (Dementia / Journal of Nursing Scholarship)

Summary Previous research has indicated that self-care interventions are effective for people living with long-term conditions. This article explores the feasibility of self-management programs specifically for people with dementia at an early stage. The experiences of people attending one such … Continue reading

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