How to add insult to carers’ injuries

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

Doctors’ reluctance to add “dementia” or “Alzheimer’s disease” to death certificates skews the statistics on incidence and prevalence of the diseases, and is insulting and hurtful to carers, say Geoffrey Bamforth and Bernard Ineichen.
Author/s: Geoffrey Bamforth, Bernard Ineichen
Vol: 4, Issue: 2, pp14-15

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