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On the Namaste Care Programme For People With Advanced Dementia (St Christopher’s Hospice / King’s College London / eHospice)

Summary The following presentation, given in September 2014 at King’s College London, provides an overview of the elements, benefits and challenges of the Namaste Care Programme. Full Text Link Reference Stacpoole, M. [and] Thompsell, A. (2014). The Namaste Care Programme: … Continue reading

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Severe Dementia Care: Homes Try Namaste Approach (BBC Health News)

Summary Research into provision of the best care possible for patients with advanced dementia who are terminally ill is relatively under-supported, so leading health charities are urging the Prime Minister to include this as a priority within his “dementia challenge”. Their efforts appear not to have gone … Continue reading

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