For students attending the course Quality Assurance and Prioritizations within Dementia Care, 6 credits course code 9H1032

The seventh course in the Master's Courses in Dementia Care for Physicians focus on highlighting the healthcare systems ability to efficiently and with quality meet the needs and guidelines found in the field of dementia.

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Overview of Master's Courses in Dementia Care for Physicians

About the course

The module includes 6 credits with focus on highlighting the healthcare systems ability to efficiently and with quality meet the needs and guidelines found in the field of dementia. It is based on the course participants' work and feedback with the teachers. You will, individually and in groups, analyze the dementia care performed on your home grounds and use your newfound skills to suggest how dementia care near you can be developed in the future.

Everyone who works in health care partakes in and has a responsibility for that the care processes in action are as effective and high-quality as possible. Therefore it is important that some of our work is dedicated to process enhancements. During this course you will develop your ability to improve the overall care processes for dementia disorders.

Master's Courses in Dementia Care for Physicians

This is the seventh of eight courses comprising the Master's Courses in Dementia Care for Physicians. None of the courses can be taken separately. The courses are offered as contract eduction, meaning that you can not buy a place on the course for yourself, contract education can only be bought by an employer for their employees.

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