The Best Practice Statement is a key objective of the Erasmus+ Dementia Palliare project


Authors: I. Holmerová;  A. Waugh;  R. Macrae;  R. Vepřková;  A. Sandvide;  E. Hanson;  G. Jackson;  K. Watchman;  D. Tolson
Published in: Geriatrie a Gerontologie 2015, 4, č. 3: 149-157
Category: Discussion

Overview

Dementia Palliare is a new concept of positive practice development regarding the support of a person with advanced but not end stage dementia, who has limited opportunities for self-realisation and is increasingly reliant on the support of others for their health and wellbeing. PALLIARE Project is funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme. The project aims to strengthen inter-professional collaboration in dementia care; this will be facilitated through a virtual international Community of Practice (CoP). This learning environment will bring together people with a common interest to share and learn from one another to champion evidence informed improvements in advanced dementia care and family caring. Palliare Project team is led by Professor Debbie Tolson PhD MSc BSc (Hons) RGN FRCN Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice at University of the West of Scotland. The PALLIARE team is made up from seven European countries: Scotland, Czech Republic, Spain, Finland, Sweden, Slovenia and Portugal.l

Keywords:
dementia – palliative care – advanced dementia – Dementia Palliare – P-PA-IA – strategy of the Czech Alzheimer Society


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