Mattering in hospital 2-day In-House Workshop
The national focus is increasing on the need to achieve culture change in the NHS. There is a renewed emphasis on the quality of people's experience in hospital. Re-establishing compassion is high on the agenda. This focus has a complete synergy with Dementia Care Matters philosophy. Our evidence base in health and social care is of developing culture change programmes which achieve quality of life. We do this through:
- undertaking detailed qualitative observation of the lived experience on hospital wards.
- strategic evaluation of the quality of acute dementia care services
- audits of ward environments to create supportive dementia areas
- developing appropriate environments for people living with a dementia
- ward leadership coaching and nurse modelling programmes
- compassionate care training in dementia care
- culture change training.
Our 2xday In-House workshop - "Mattering in Hospital, dementia care."
This In-House course will enable participants to explore the ‘Feelings Matters Most’ approach and its implementation on hospital wards in achieving a positive culture of dementia care.
Duration: 2 days (2 x 1 day workshops)
On this course you will learn about:
Improving peoples lived experience on wards in terms of positive dementia care. Using Dementia Care Matters ‘Look Checklist’ to improve the ward as a dementia specific environment. Communicating with people at different ‘stages of dementia’ in hospital and learning ways to connect. Occupying people living with a dementia in ward bays through innovative activity ideas. Measuring individual patient well-being and ill-being using validated tools. Reducing peoples’ expression of ‘behaviours’ on hospitals wards – through recipes that work.
For further information on commissioning this In-House Course please contact the Office or email email@example.com