e-Dementia: e-Learning to Recognise, Assess and Manage Dementia
e-Dementia online medical course equips health and social care professionals with the knowledge and skills to recognise, understand and manage the condition – helping to ensure high-quality patient care.
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Helping Healthcare Staff to deliver High-Quality Dementia CareThe e-learning sessions covers a wide variety of themes, such as understanding dementia, diagnosis, caring for people with the condition and legal issues. Interactive features, such as images, case studies, self-assessment questions and video clips, help learners to understand the complex challenges faced by people with dementia, their families and carers. High-quality dementia training online During the programme, you will look in particular at the psychological and emotional impact of dementia. You will also examine the importance of providing person-centred care that reflects the needs of the individual. Topics covered include:
- understanding dementia
- supporting people to live well with the condition
- communicating with people affected by dementia
- supporting families
- end-of-life care
Module 1: Introduction to Person-centred Dementia CareModule 1 is aimed at raising greater awareness about dementia for all people working in the health and social care sectors – including non-clinical staff. This could prove particularly useful for induction training or as a basis for more advanced training.
- Understanding Dementia
- Supporting People to Live Well with Dementia
- Challenging Stigma, Myths and Stereotypes
Module 2: Providing Person-centred Dementia CareModule 2 is aimed at people who have daily contact with people affected by dementia. This includes nurses, healthcare assistants, doctors and allied health professionals.
- Assessment and Diagnosis for People Affected by Dementia
- Assessment and Care Planning for People Affected by Dementia
- Communication with People Living with Dementia
- Supporting Families of People with Dementia
- Multi-professional and Collaborative Working to Support People Affected by Dementia
- Ethical and Legal Frameworks Guiding Care for People Affected by Dementia
- Care for People with Dementia who have Co-existing Health Conditions
- End of Life Care for People with Dementia
- Diversity and Dementia