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ILC Future of Ageing 2022 - Prof Louise Robinson.pptx

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Presentation slides from Prof Louise Robinson (GP and Regius Professor of Ageing at Newcastle University) from the ILC-UK Future of Ageing Conference in London, UK, on Thursday 24 November 2022.

Presentation slides from Prof Louise Robinson (GP and Regius Professor of Ageing at Newcastle University) from the ILC-UK Future of Ageing Conference in London, UK, on Thursday 24 November 2022.

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ILC Future of Ageing 2022 - Prof Louise Robinson.pptx

  1. 1. From Newcastle. For the world. Dementia care: time for a revolution? Louise Robinson GP and Regius Professor of Ageing a.l.robinson@newcastle.ac.uk
  2. 2. From Newcastle. For the world. National picture… ‘FRAGMENTATION & FRAGILITY’ ‘INEQUALITY & INSTABILITY • Services: focus on years 1/2; lack of integration • Funding: major challenge to sustainability • Systems: lack of shared care pathways; data sharing • Workforce: specialist access; primary care - capacity, skills, willingness Good practice: 6 case studies Specialist dementia nurse in GP; GPs + extended role Third sector community memory support workers Secondary care enhanced memory assessment service
  3. 3. From Newcastle. For the world. Clinical dementia expertise in Primary care + key stakeholder network + engagement/buy in from all + formal collaboration e.g. care pathway + SMART, person-centred outcomes + International evidence…
  4. 4. From Newcastle. For the world. Why ? 4 Liberte… natural rights Egalite… same for all Fraternite… community of care

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