Scotland's National Dementia Champions evidence, actions and outcomes

Rhoda MacRae, Anna Jack-Waugh, Karen Mellon, Lucinda Gorrie

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Care of people living with dementia is now the business of all health and social care professionals. Education to respond appropriately to people living with dementia has been scarce across all professional groups. In this session suite of research findings on the Dementia Champions programme is outlined including the impact on practice. Dementia champions from hospital and community settings will share and discuss their experiences of being an agent of change.

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ConferenceSecond National NHS Education for Scotland Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions (NMAHP) Education Conference
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Period9/05/19 → …
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MacRae, R., Jack-Waugh, A., Mellon, K., & Gorrie, L. (2019). Scotland's National Dementia Champions evidence, actions and outcomes. Second National NHS Education for Scotland Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions (NMAHP) Education Conference, Edinburgh, .
MacRae, Rhoda ; Jack-Waugh, Anna ; Mellon, Karen ; Gorrie, Lucinda. / Scotland's National Dementia Champions evidence, actions and outcomes. Second National NHS Education for Scotland Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions (NMAHP) Education Conference, Edinburgh, .
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Scotland's National Dementia Champions evidence, actions and outcomes. / MacRae, Rhoda; Jack-Waugh, Anna; Mellon, Karen ; Gorrie, Lucinda.

2019. Second National NHS Education for Scotland Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions (NMAHP) Education Conference, Edinburgh, .

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