Dementia, communication and care: 1. Expanding our understanding


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

In this first of two articles Richard Ward and colleagues review research oncommunication and dementia, highlighting important themes and issues. They consider the way our changing understanding of dementia has shaped the direction of research. Positive and supportive communication is now seen as a central requirement of good quality care
Author/s: Richard Ward
Vol: 10, Issue: 5, pp33-35





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