Hayley Wilkinson

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A panel of experts attending a 3-day meeting held in Edinburgh, UK, in February 2001 was charged with producing a set of principles outlining the rights and needs of people with intellectual disability (ID)and dementia, and defining service practices which would enhance the supports available to them. The Edinburgh Principles, seven statements identifying a(More)
Sharing a diagnosis of dementia is a key focus of debate and research in the field of dementia care. The pivotal role of the GP in the early identification and subsequent management of dementia has long been recognized and whilst diagnostic practice is improving, the knowledge gained from research exploring the patient perspective is insufficiently(More)
(2014) Supporting people with active and advanced disease: a rapid review of the evidence. Users may access full items free of charge; copies of full text items generally can be reproduced, displayed or performed and given to third parties in any format or medium for personal research or study, educational or not­for­profit purposes without prior permission(More)
Mortality in these outbreaks has been high, and measures to control tuberculosis are therefore being urgently reviewed in the United States. In the Medical Research Council's surveys of notifications of tuberculosis in or more of initial isolates of M tuberculosis from respiratory specimens from previously untreated patients were fully sensitive to(More)
Dementia is associated with a decline in the ability to reason and make judgements thereby affecting a person's ability to make sound decisions. Others are not legally entitled to make these decisions until they have been assigned legal jurisdiction to do so. It is not clear, however, the extent to which people with dementia rely on available legal(More)
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