Training is not enough to change care practice


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

Tracey Lintern, Bob Woods and Lynne Phair describe the process of translating changes in staff attitudes and behaviours into improved well-being for the residents in their care, in this second part of their report on an action research project in a nursing home.
Author/s: Tracey Lintern, Bob Woods, Lynne Phair
Vol: 8, Issue: 2, pp15-16





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