The Diagnosis Gap

Posted on August 8th, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

As the current All Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia inquiry probes the question of how to raise rates of diagnosis, Graham Stokes sets out his thoughts on the complex barriers to diagnosing dementia early – if at all.

Vol 20, No 3, 18-20, May/June 2012

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