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Talking about eating and drinking for people with severe dementia during hospital stays: Dissemination - decision guide

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Kanthee Anantapong, Elizabeth L. Sampson, Nathan Davies, Jill Manthorpe, Christina H. Smith, Andrea Bruun, Anne Walford

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherUCL Press
Number of pages2
Published1 Dec 2021


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Eating and drinking matters to everyone. It can be hard for family and hospital staff to talk about eating and drinking problems. People can be unsure about causes, outcomes, and treatments. It is always good to talk to and observe the person. Sometimes people with severe dementia can say or do things to express what they would like to do about eating and drinking.

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