Primary care led post-diagnostic dementia care: developing evidence-based, person-centred sustainable models for future care (PriDem): Workstreams 2 & 3

Posted on 14.01.2022 - 12:30 by Alison Wheatley
The overall aim of the PriDem programme is to develop and evaluate acceptable, feasible and hopefully sustainable model(s) of evidence based, person-centred, primary care led post diagnostic dementia care to maintain and improve quality of life for people with dementia and their families.

Workstream (WS) 2 explored the views and experiences of key stakeholders on current post-diagnostic dementia care and good practice. We collected data in two phases: WS2.1 focused on service managers and commissioners; WS2.2 comprised 6 in-depth case studies of services identified in WS2.1, and focused on service users (people with dementia and their family carers) and frontline staff.

WS3 comprised intervention development, involving task groups with previous participants and others with relevant expertise as well as follow-up interviews to explore the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on post-diagnostic support.

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Bamford, Claire; Wheatley, Alison; Brunskill, Greta; Robinson, Louise (2021): Primary care led post-diagnostic dementia care: developing evidence-based, person-centred sustainable models for future care (PriDem): Workstreams 2 & 3. Newcastle University. Collection. https://doi.org/10.25405/data.ncl.c.5718116.v2
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Alzheimer's Society Centre of Excellence grant number 331

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