Alzheimer's Disease: Policy and Practice Across Europe

1st Edition

Morton Warner, Sally Furnish, Marcus Longley, Brian Lawlor

CRC Press
Published September 30, 2001
Reference - 136 Pages
ISBN 9781857754162 - CAT# K28322

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Alzheimer's disease is becoming more common in Europe, with significant human, ethical, economic and professional challenges to society. This book examines clinical practice and service delivery, and identifies policy issues that could lead to improved quality of life for sufferers and carers. The book: • Describes the differing needs of sufferers and carers, and how they can be met by a co-ordinated approach to policy and implementation • Outlines the particular challenges that healthcare policy makers face for this disease • Shows how better models of service provision can be developed and describes best practice models • Discusses the lessons to be learnt from various European pioneering projects This is a concise and practical guide for clinical specialists including psychiatrists, geriatricians, neurologists, public health doctors, nurses, and policy makers and shapers in health and social services.


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