Looking after well-being: a tool for clinical audit


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

Chrissie Hosking describes how a clinical audit using well- and ill-being profiling was able to satisfy managers of a small community hospital that a person-centred approach with sensory stimulation improves well-being – even of those people with dementia who can do little for themselves.
Author/s: Chrissie Hosking
Vol: 10, Issue: 2, pp18-19





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