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The impacts of family involvement on general hospital care experiences for people living with dementia: An ethnographic study

Background: A quarter of people in general hospitals have dementia. Limited existing studies suggest that hospital care experiences of people living with dementia, and the involvement of their families in care, may be suboptimal. Objectives: The objectives of this study were to explore how family involvement impacts upon experiences of hospital care for people living with dementia. Design: A qualitative ethnographic study. Methods: Ethnographic data were collected from two care of older people general hospital wards.

Thu, 10/10/2019 - 11:25

Optimising primary care for people with dementia

This review considers key areas in primary care regarding the diagnosis of dementia. Issues surrounding assessment, policy and incentives are considered. In addition, the relevance of non-medication approaches for dementia in primary care, which aim to enhance or maintain quality of life by maximising psychological and social function in the context of existing disabilities, is deliberated.

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 15:16

Developing a primary care-based stroke service: a review of the qualitative literature

The aim of this review was to identify the most frequently encountered longer-term problems experienced by stroke patients and their informal carers. Systematically identified qualitative studies describing self-reported experiences of stroke-related long-term problems were independently reviewed and the findings analysed using a clustering technique. Twenty-three qualitative studies, which included approximately 500 patients and 180 carers, were identified by the search methods.

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 15:14