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MSNAP engaging with patients from Black and Minority Ethnic
groups special interest day - registration now open!
15 May 2015
Registration for our next special interest day is now open. The
focus of this event will be 'engaging with patients from Black and
Minority Ethnic groups'. The event will take place on
Tuesday 14th July 2015 at 21 Prescot Street,
London, E1 8BB. Further information is available on our events page.
Places at the event are limited and will be allocated on a first
come, first served basis.
here to download a registration form for the event.
MSNAP special interest days - registration now open
19 January 2015
Registration for our special interest days on waiting times is
now open. We will be holding 2 events on the following days:
Tuesday 10th March (Leeds)
Tuesday 7th April (London)
To download a registration form please click
Further information is available on our events page.
3rd MSNAP National Report published
9 January 2015
The third MSNAP National Report has been published which looks
at key themes which emerged in the 2013-2014 data and also compares
data over the last 5 years. Comparisons between services which have
completed more than 1 cycle of MSNAP have also been made. MSNAP
member services are able to benchmark their compliance with both
overall standards and type 2 standards against other memory
services. They are also able to benchmark their waiting times
between referral and initial assessment.
Commonly unmet standards have been identified in the report and
used to form national recommendations for memory services.
The report can be downloaded on our resources page.
MSNAP newsletter issue 11
19 December 2014
The 11th edition of the MSNAP newsletter has now been released
and is available to download from our resources page. The newsletter contains a
day in the life of a person with dementia, an article about setting
up a Punjabi CST group, and information about a new handbook for
MSNAP newsletter issue 10
14 July 2014
Issue 10 of the MSNAP newsletter has been released. This issue
includes a day in the life of a dementia adviser, information about
setting up Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) groups, and an
article about Advance Care Planning in dementia. The newsletter can
be downloaded from our resources
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