Think pathways, not numbers


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

Kate Schneider questions whether statistics on diagnosis rates are reliable or meaningful at the local level – and instead suggests focusing on the diagnosis pathway and outcomes for people with dementia.

Vol 20 No 4, 23-25, July/August 2o12





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