Rose Peacock

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BACKGROUND delirium is likely to be particularly common in care homes, given the clustering of known risk factors in these settings. Preventing delirium should result in significant benefits, including better quality of care and improved outcomes for residents. OBJECTIVE to test the feasibility of 'Stop Delirium!', an intervention to prevent delirium in(More)
Prevention of delirium is an important part of looking after care home residents, however, it can be difficult to detect, especially in those who have dementia. This article explores the perceptions and experiences of care home staff integrating delirium prevention activity in their everyday work. As part of the Stop delirium! feasibility study interviews(More)
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