Dying with Dementia: a Challenge for Palliative Care Now and in the Future

Authors

  • Ana Cardoso Willow Wood Hospice. Ashton under Lyne. United Kingdom.
  • David Jolley Royal College of Psychiatrists. London. United Kingdom. Personal Social Services Research Unit. University of Manchester. Manchester. United Kingdom.
  • Ann Regan Willow Wood Hospice. Ashton under Lyne. United Kingdom.
  • Michael Tapley Willow Wood Hospice. Ashton under Lyne. United Kingdom.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20344/amp.5425

Abstract

Keywords: Dementia; Continuity of patient care; Community Health Service; Terminal Care; Palliative Care.

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Author Biographies

Ana Cardoso, Willow Wood Hospice. Ashton under Lyne. United Kingdom.

General practitioner, Specialist in Palliative Medicine

David Jolley, Royal College of Psychiatrists. London. United Kingdom. Personal Social Services Research Unit. University of Manchester. Manchester. United Kingdom.

Fellow Royal College of Psychiatrists

Honorary Reader in Psychiatry, Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Manchester

 

Ann Regan, Willow Wood Hospice. Ashton under Lyne. United Kingdom.

Specialist Nurse in Dementia

Michael Tapley, Willow Wood Hospice. Ashton under Lyne. United Kingdom.

Willow Wood Medical Director

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Published

2014-08-25

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Cardoso A, Jolley D, Regan A, Tapley M. Dying with Dementia: a Challenge for Palliative Care Now and in the Future. Acta Med Port [Internet]. 2014 Aug. 25 [cited 2024 Apr. 24];27(4):414-6. Available from: https://actamedicaportuguesa.com/revista/index.php/amp/article/view/5425

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