Sarah Elizabeth Goldberg

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OBJECTIVE To develop and evaluate a best practice model of general hospital acute medical care for older people with cognitive impairment. DESIGN Randomised controlled trial, adapted to take(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine in depth carers' views and experiences of the delivery of patient care for people with dementia or delirium in an acute general hospital, in order to evaluate a specialist(More)
BACKGROUND Patients with delirium and dementia admitted to general hospitals have poor outcomes, and their carers report poor experiences. We developed an acute geriatric medical ward into a(More)
Conclusion Half of older people in general hospitals have cognitive impairment (delirium and/or dementia). Their outcomes have been reported to be poor, their quality of care often criticised, staff(More)
BACKGROUND advanced nurse practitioners (ANPs) are experienced nurses who undertake some activities traditionally performed by medical staff. There are four pillars of advanced practice: advanced(More)