An appreciative inquiry into supporting culturally diverse dementia care workers as learners

Guide

Be there with us: An appreciative inquiry into supporting culturally diverse dementia-care workers as learners

Learning Designs and Teaching Strategies, Cultural Capability Pathways Social and Behavioural Science, Health Science
Published: 30 June 2012

A guide prepared by Susan Gee, Maria Scott and Matthew Croucher. 

PROJECT

Walking in Another’s Shoes: Encouraging person-centred care through an experiential education programme

A project undertaken by the Canterbury District Health Board, to provide a systematic education programme for residential care workers to enhance person-centred dementia care.

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Good Practice Publication Grant