Training the trainers: palliative care for people with dementia


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

Jenny Henderson and Angela Kydd describe Alzheimer Scotland’s initiative, Training for trainers in palliative care and dementia, designed for health and social care staff and family and friends of people with dementia. A report on the evaluation of this initiative by Angela Kydd and Joanne Oliver follows on p23

Author/s: Jenny Henderson and Angela Kydd
Vol: 20, Issue: 1, pp20-24





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