Reframing risk management in dementia care through collaborative learning.

  title={Reframing risk management in dementia care through collaborative learning.},
  author={Charlotte Laura Clarke and Jane Wilcockson and Catherine Gibb and J. J. Keady and Heather L Wilkinson and Anna Luce},
  journal={Health & social care in the community},
  volume={19 1},
Risk management is a complex aspect of practice which can lead to an emphasis on maintaining physical safety, which impacts on the well-being of people with dementia. Education for practitioners in risk management is particularly challenging because of its conceptual nature and diverse perceptions of risk between and within professional groups. The practice development research reported here formed one part of a multisite study and contributed to developing a risk assessment and management… CONTINUE READING
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