Tag Archives: WMSHA

Dementia in the West Midlands (NHS Local)

Summary By 2021 it is predicted one million people in the UK will have dementia. In the West Midlands 62,000 people have dementia; by 2021 this figure is expected to rise by 37 per cent to more than 85,000. In … Continue reading

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Delivering Excellence in Dementia Care in the Acute Hospital (Wolverhampton City Primary Care Trust)

Summary Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals Trust (RWHT) was approached by West Midlands Strategic Health Authority (WMSHA) to become a test site to develop new approaches to improving the care of patients with dementia who have been admitted for acute hospital care … Continue reading

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