• Health, Nursing and Midwifery

    Health, Nursing and Midwifery: Dementia Education and Training

    The Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Healthcare Policy and Practice are committed to the rights of people with dementia to be fully involved in all aspects which impact upon their lives. All our courses are aligned to the Promoting Excellence Framework.

    We can work in partnership with you to design educational programmes that meet your workforce development needs. We can design and deliver bespoke courses, on or off campus, nationally or internationally. We have a state of the art ‘simulation’ learning environment at the Hamilton campus to engage participants to develop a deeper understanding of the person living with dementia, their family and caregivers. We believe that our interactive experiential approach provides a more impactful learning experience for participants.

    Understanding Dementia: Class in a Bag

    This course won the Best Educational Initiative in Scotland’s Dementia Awards 2016. It will benefit those who want to understand more about dementia. Participants will increase their knowledge about dementia and gain an understanding of how it may affect people in this half day workshop.

    At the end of this course participants will:

    • Increase their understanding of dementia
    • Understand how dementia may affect individuals
    • Increase their knowledge around alternative ways of supporting a person with dementia

    The learning outcomes can contribute to the knowledge, skills and behaviours outlined in the Promoting Excellence Framework informed level.

    For more information about future courses please contact the School of Health, Nursing & Midwifery.

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