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Leading and Managing Change in Dementia Care
Leading and Managing Change in Dementia Care
Learning objectives

By the end of this chapter, the reader will be able to:

  • Examine how leadership for change might be used to promote relationship-centred care.
  • Apply the principles of culture change and what this means for managing change in practice.
  • Explore the role of quality improvement cycles in promoting relationship-based dementia care.
  • Develop a quality improvement cycle that promotes a relationship-based approach to dementia care.
Introduction

Throughout this book we have considered organisations as Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) and explored how each level (micro–meso–macro) of the organisation facilitates relationship-based approaches to dementia care. We began this book by exploring the value of flexibility and how staff can be supported to move along a continuum between individualised, person-centred ...

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