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Devon dementia diagnosis action plan

This action plan outlines work underway to achieve improved, responsive and quality services for people with dementia and their carers across Devon. Key areas include: a GP clinical lead for dementia; a localised Map of Medicine; a memory assessment pathway; a GP education programme. Read more »

National Dementia CQUIN

The National Dementia CQUIN aims to help identify patients with dementia and other causes of cognitive impairment, alongside their other medical conditions and to prompt appropriate referral and follow up after they leave hospital. Read more »

NHS Outcomes Framework 2012-13

This framework sets out the high-level national outcomes that the NHS should be aiming to improve. These are: Preventing people from dying prematurely Enhancing quality of life for people with long-term conditions Helping people to recover from episodes of ill health or following injury Ensuring that people have a positive experience of care, and Treating… Read more »

Followership in the NHS Followership in the NHS

This paper suggests that the current focus on leadership underestimates the role of followers in securing a successful health service and overestimates the ability of individual ‘heroic’ leaders to make a significant difference to all circumstances. Read more »

what works resource pack Making involvement count

The resource pack is made up 18 cards each aimed at giving specific information, advice and top tips on a range of topics that will help overcome or prevent this, and support people with dementia to get involved in activities whilst recognising their current abilities. Read more »

Dementia competency framework Dementia Competency Framework

The dementia competency framework supports staff to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to provide high quality dementia care. It distinguishes the different competencies needed across three steps from basic awareness to specialist knowledge and skills. Read more »