Tag Archives: Support Workforce in Acute Care

Approaches to Supporting Dementia-Friendly Healthcare in Hospital Settings (BMJ Open)

Summary A review implies that staff dementia awareness training, by itself alone, may not improve dementia care and / or the outcomes for patients with dementia in hospital. It appears that additional strategies such as support for staff in implementing … Continue reading

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Developing the Support Workforce in Acute Care (NIHR / Health Services and Delivery Research)

Summary A recent National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) study investigates the development of support worker roles in an acute health-care. Full Text Link Reference Kessler I, Spilsbury K, Heron P. (2014). Developing a high-performance support workforce in acute care: … Continue reading

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