The National Audit of Dementia invites people living with dementia to comment on new survey tool
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The National Audit of Dementia has organised two focus group sessions to gather feedback on a short survey that has been designed about hospital care.

The National Audit of Dementia measures the performance of general hospitals in England and Wales against standards relating to care delivery which are known to impact people with dementia during their hospital admission.

With the aim of gathering more information from people living with dementia about hospital care, the NAD has designed a new survey tool.  The tool was created following a previous study, which asked people with dementia about their top priorities for care in hospitals, and how they would like to be surveyed about it.

Two focus group sessions have now been arranged to gather feedback on the survey, to find out how suitable and user friendly people consider it to be.  These discussion based focus group sessions, which take place on 1st and 2nd of June,  are for people living with dementia, who have had experience of an admission to hospital.

If you or someone you know might be interested in taking part in one of these sessions, visit the event pages using the links below:

1 June

2 June

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