The effects of relocation on elderly people with dementia and their nursing staff

@inproceedings{McAuslane1994TheEO,
  title={The effects of relocation on elderly people with dementia and their nursing staff},
  author={Louise McAuslane and David Sperlinger},
  year={1994}
}
The effects of relocating 19 patients with dementia and their nursing staff from an old long-stay hospital ward to a community nursing home were evaluated. Compared with patients who were remaining in hospital, those relocated patients who were still alive at the time of follow-up showed no evidence of changes in behavioural dependency or the number of problem behaviours. Nursing staff who were being moved, compared to their colleagues, showed more dissatisfaction with their work in the period… CONTINUE READING

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