Dementia in the acute general hospital: time for change


Posted on September 2nd, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Philip Thomas, Elizabeth Ward and Daryl Leung describe the wide range of interventions to drastically improve care for people with dementia at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton – and look in detail to explain what good care means in six real-life case studies

Vol 21 No 5 Pages 20-22





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