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Quality improvement

This article advocates that Doctors’ training must tackle the need for skills in quality improvement and leadership. The authors assert that rather than seeing quality improvement as being separate from clinical audit, we must look at quality improvement as the wider goal, an umbrella under which clinical audit can sit. In examining a clinical process… Read more »

 

Dementia workforce portal

The dementia workforce development portal provides access to a range of education and learning resources on dementia to benefit anyone interested in dementia. The portal is no longer updated but is available as an archive as the content may still be useful. Read more »

 

New South West Learning4Health platform

NHS South West have commissioned the development of a virtual learning platform provided by a consortium of Tribal Consulting Limited together with King’s College London and Skills for Health. This new platform will offer a range of learning across various care pathways including dementia. Read more »

 

South West Dementia Workforce Network

The South West Dementia Workforce Network held another highly successful meeting on the 17th March 2011 at Taunton Rugby Football Club. Attendance was very high and there was a mixture of people, organisations and sectors from across the region including health, social care, voluntary sector, private and independent sectors, workforce funding provider and Skills for Care. Read more »

 

Dementia Choices

The Mental Health Foundation have recently launched a range of information materials, produced by the Dementia Choices project, which focus on the impact of personalisation in social care for people with dementia, their families and friends, and social care professionals and other staff who work with them. Read more »