Hearing What Users Say: The Importance of Training for High Quality Management in Dementia Care

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Authors: Parker, J., Penhale, B., Manthorpe, J. and Bradley, G.

Journal: Managing Community Care

Volume: 9

Pages: 28-33

ISSN: 1461-5436

This paper explores the importance of seeking the views of service users with dementia. This is fundamental to raising quality standards in the management of dementia care, and demands commitment to on-going high quality training for social care staff. Contemporary research and policy developments are debated in this context.

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Authors: Parker, J., Penhale, B., Manthorpe, J. and Bradley, G.

Journal: Journal of Integrated Care

Volume: 9

Issue: 6

Pages: 28-33

ISSN: 1476-9018

DOI: 10.1108/14769018200100046

This paper explores the importance of seeking the views of service users with dementia. This is fundamental to raising quality standards in the management of dementia care, and demands commitment to on-going high quality training for social care staff. Contemporary research and policy developments are debated in this context. © 2001, MCB UP Limited

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