Patient safety in community dementia services: what can we learn from the experiences of caregivers and healthcare professionals?

Age and Ageing (2017) 46 (3): 518-521

This study aims to explore how patient safety in community dementia services is understood by caregivers, and healthcare professionals.

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Staying put: developing dementia-friendly care and support for people with a learning disability

Voluntary Organisations Disability Group, January 2017

This report calls for the needs of people with learning disabilities and dementia to be better addressed. It focuses on how best to support the growing numbers of people with the condition. It is based on recent work with care providers aiming to improve the quality of life of people with a learning disability and dementia, and the challenges to this goal.

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Commissioning care for people with dementia at the end of life: a mixed-methods study

BMJ Open, December 2016

This study aims to understand how end-of-life (EoL) care for people with dementia is currently commissioned (ie, contracted) and organised, with a view to informing the development of commissioning guidance for good-quality community-based EoL care in dementia.

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