Learning needs of general hospital clinical staff: Preliminary results from a mixed method study


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

Addressing the need to develop a well-informed and effective workforce in general hospitals, as highlighted in the National Dementia Strategy, Dr Andrew Teodorczuk and colleagues in Tyneside are undertaking a programme of research aiming to identify education and training deficiencies. Here they report on a preliminary study which revealed a range of carer and professional perspectives.
Author/s: Andrew Teodorczuk
Vol: 17, Issue: 4, pp3 (37-39)





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