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The importance of psychosocial approaches to dementia

Storytelling, music and song: how psychosocial approaches to dementia change livesSubscription


While medicines can be an important part of dementia treatment, there are doubts over whether they provide meaningful benefits for patients. As a result, emphasis is being placed on non-pharmacological approaches, some of which have had a transformative impact on the lives of patients with dementia.

Concept of a person in pain being caught in time

Losing faith: the patients waiting years for specialist pain treatmentSubscription


Delays in accessing pain services in some parts of the country mean that people with chronic pain are struggling to cope.

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