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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Dementia Services in Rural Areas: Nursing Implications
Author(s): Mason, Anne
Blackstock, Kirsty
Cox, Sylvia
Innes, Anthea
Smith, Annetta
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Keywords: dementia
Dementia Research
Dementia Patients Care
Nursing homes
Dementia Patients Long-term care
Issue Date: Dec-2005
Date Deposited: 28-Apr-2009
Citation: Mason A, Blackstock K, Cox S, Innes A & Smith A (2005) Dementia Services in Rural Areas: Nursing Implications. Nursing Older People, 17 (9), pp. 20-23.
Abstract: This article reports on research into the availability of and access to dementia services in rural Scotland. Although there is evidence that local initiatives are making a difference, there are many threats to needs-led care for people with dementia.
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