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National Audit of Dementia

                

 

What is the National Audit of Dementia?

The National Audit of Dementia is working with hospitals providing general acute inpatient services to measure criteria relating to care delivery which are known to impact on people with dementia admitted to hospital. 

 

Criteria include policies and governance in the hospital that recognise and support the needs of people with dementia, elements of comprehensive assessment, involvement of carers, discharge planning, and identified changes to support needs during admission.

 

The first round of audit took place in 2010. Nearly all (99%) acute Trusts/Health Boards in England and Wales registered one or more sites to participate.

 

The second round of audit took place in 2012. All acute Trusts/Health Boards in England and Wales registered one or more sites to participate.

 

Information regarding future rounds of audit can be found here.

 

Please view our terms and conditions.

 

 

Other CCQI projects involved with the care of older people:

 

 

National Audit of Dementia in Ireland:

 

 

 
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future round of audit

The latest information about the next round of audit in 2015 can be found here.


E-Bulletin: sharing good practice

This e-bulletin presents some of the key actions identified by hospitals following the second round of audit, including detailed update information provided by hospitals during telephone interviews and email contact in May and June of this year.


dementia action alliance launches survey

To mark the fourth year of the National Dementia Declaration the Dementia Action Alliance is surveying people affected by dementia and professionals supporting them to find out whether current activity is leading to real changes on the ground. 

To complete a survey please go to the DAA website.


Easy access version of the national report

An easy access version of the key findings and recommendations of the national report is now available to download from our reports page.