Talk but no walk: barriers to person-centred care

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

Why is it so hard to ’walk the walk’ of truly person-centred care even in what seems a very good care environment? Heather Hill concludes that changes are needed beyond the unit itself – in the whole organisation and the wider community too.
Author/s: Heather Hill
Vol: 16, Issue: 4, pp21-23

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