Culture and ethnicity: a community of practice


Posted on July 24th, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

“Communities of practice” are a popular way to promote mutual learning. Julia Botsford and colleagues describe how a new one focusing on culture and ethnicity is making a difference.

Vol 25 No 4 Page 18





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