Steps to better understanding resistant behaviours in hospitalised patients with dementiaBMJ 2019; 366 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.l4912 (Published 23 August 2019) Cite this as: BMJ 2019;366:l4912
- Rob Cook, clinical director1,
- Tara Lamont, director2,
- Rosie Martin, clinical specialist1
- on behalf of NIHR Dissemination Centre
- 1Bazian, Economist Intelligence Unit Healthcare, London, UK
- 2Wessex Institute, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
- Correspondence to R Cook
Featherstone K, Northcott A, Harden J, et al. Refusal and resistance to care by people living with dementia being cared for within acute hospital wards: an ethnographic study. Health Serv Deliv Res 2019;7.
This study was funded by the National Institute for Health Research Health Services and Delivery Research Programme (project number 13/10/80).
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Contributors: Hannah Spring
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