Tag Archives: University of Worcester: Association for Dementia Studies

Evaluation of the Guinness Partnership Dementia Project (Housing LIN / Guinness Partnership)

Summary The Housing LIN conducted an independent evaluation of progress (on the part of the Guinness Partnership) towards becoming a dementia-friendly housing organisation. “ …dementia-friendly thinking is a part of our day-to-day approach”. (p.2) Full Text Link Reference Independent evaluation … 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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Dementia-Friendly Housing Charter (Housing LIN / Housing and Care 21 / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Research indicates that 85% of people wish to stay at home as long as possible after a dementia diagnosis. Currently a third of people would not know where to find information on making their homes more dementia-friendly. The Dementia-Friendly … Continue reading

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Creating a Dementia Friendly Hospital: Local Contributions Have Global Influence (ICN / WHO / NHS England)

Summary International Nurses’ Day, taking the theme “Nurses – A Force For Change: Improving Health Systems’ Resilience” this year, fell on May 12th 2016. Just a few days earlier, International Day of the Midwife took place on May 5th 2016. … Continue reading

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Women and Dementia (Alzheimer’s Disease International / GADAA)

Summary This year’s Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) World Alzheimer Report is a thorough international review of the disproportionate impact of dementia on women. It examines three aspects of the differential effect of gender on: Women living with dementia. Women caring … Continue reading

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New Cross Hospital Dementia Care Bundle: a “New” Discovery (Health Foundation)

Summary The following case study from the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust covers how the Dementia Care Bundle (DCB) was implemented at New Cross Hospital and how this has improved patient safety. This apparently neglected item from the University of Worcester, … Continue reading

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SCIE Dementia Gateway: Useful Dementia-Related Information Resources (SCIE)

Summary The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has produced, and maintains, an uptodate and impressively broad collection of links to dementia-related websites and information resources. A wide range of topics and themes in dementia care are covered, including: Dementia-Friendly … Continue reading

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