Digital delivery of a national workforce development programme: Scotland’s Dementia Champions

Anna Jack-Waugh, Martina McCarthy, Alison McKean, Helen Skinner, Debbie Tolson, Louise Ritchie, Margaret Brown, Jenny Henderson, Betty Scholes, Rhoda MacRae, Barbara Sharp, Iain Noble

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Abstract

In 2021 Scotlands’ National Dementia Champions programme 2021 was commissioned to be delivered digitally as part of the Scottish Governments’ Dementia and Covid Recovery Plan. This seminar will provide insight into the multi-agency and multi-speciality approach taken to adapt this long-established programme into the digital sphere. It will demonstrate the educational strategies and evidence-based pedagogy used to retain the underpinning values of the programme and voice of people with dementia and their families central while developing staff as agents of change.

This session is facilitated by experts in digital education strategies, dementia education and clinical peers who provide an outline of their learning and early evaluation findings from the rapidly moving digital development and delivery.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 27 Apr 2022
EventNHS Education for Scotland Annual Virtual Conference 2022 - Online, United Kingdom
Duration: 27 Apr 202228 Apr 2022
https://events.nes.scot.nhs.uk/nes-annual-virtual-conference-2022/ (Event details.)

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ConferenceNHS Education for Scotland Annual Virtual Conference 2022
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
Period27/04/2228/04/22
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