Student Nurse Practitioner Amanda Wilkinson talks about her experience as a Delirium Champion
Advanced Nurse Practitioner Alex Bann talks about his experience as a Delirium Champion
Dawne Garrett, RCN Professional Lead for Older People and Dementia Care, talks about how new guidance published by the RCN on behalf of Royal Colleges and professional bodies is aiming to improve the safeguarding of adults.
New care home journey resource will help meet the professional development needs of this vital part of the nursing workforce.
World Delirium Awareness Day provides us all with the opportunity to highlight that delirium is a medical emergency, but you can make a difference.
Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions affect over 10 million people in the UK and are the leading cause of disability in England according to the Global Burden of Disease project.
Recognising early signs of delirium could help prevent the patient becoming more unwell and in some cases, could prevent their death.
The area of dementia care that causes the most distress for both family and professional caregivers is when those in their care experience emotional outbursts which may result in physical aggression.
Death isn’t something we dwell on, but as nursing staff it is integral to delivering high quality, compassionate care.