Mise en place d'une structure ville/hôpital de prise en charge des patients et de leurs familles
Soins. Gérontologie 2011 Jan-Feb(87): 18-21
With the ageing of the population, dementia has become a public healthcare priority. A network designed to help the families of patients suffering from dementia on a medical as well as a social and psychological level has been set up. This structure has been developed in close coordination with community practitioners and physicians and in line with the latest recommendations in particular with regard to ethics. Its first three years of existence confirm the importance of this type of approach which complements the care provided by hospitals.
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