Tag Archives: Statement of Wishes and Preferences

Summary of NICE’s Impact on Dementia Health and Care (NICE)

Summary A National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) marketing report gives an overview of progress in implementing NICE guidance across health and care. The main section headings comprise: Prevent or delay onset of dementia. Referral, diagnosis and care … Continue reading

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Independent Mental Health Act Review (BBC News / DHSC / Centre for Mental Health / NHS England)

Summary The independent review of the Mental Health Act 1983, chaired by Professor Sir Simon Wessely, presents recommendations for reform based on four principles: Choice and autonomy. Least restriction. Therapeutic benefit. Understanding people as individuals: whereby patients are recognised and … Continue reading

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Benefits of Timely Diagnosis and Early Intervention in Dementia (BMJ)

Summary A wide-ranging literature review, clinical review and educational update on these topics. Full Text Link Reference Robinson, L. Tang, E. [and] Taylor J-P. (2015). Dementia: timely diagnosis and early intervention. BMJ. June 16th 2015; 350: h3029.

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