Friday, 20 February, 2015
TBC
TBC
An interactive and informal study day designed for non-specialist members of the pri-mary care or community team who care for people at risk of or diagnosed with demen-tia and their families.
The aim of this study day is for practitioners to acquire knowledge and understanding of the types and causes of dementia, the principles of the treatment, so they have the confidence to refer for diagnosis, support the management and approach the many challenges of this condition effectively in Primary Care.
The day can be tailored to the level of the delegates with more time and emphasis placed on the appropriate content.
 
All courses listed below are free of charge for all organisations in our Network area unless otherwise stated. Authorisation from managers is required prior to booking and invoicing details must be completed. Cancellations within 4 weeks of the event or non-attendance will incur a delegate fee of £250.00.
 
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