dementia : 2Written Answers 4 Written Ministerial Statements

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[Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] - Backbench Business - Tobacco Control Strategy (17 Dec 2015)
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/whall/?id=2015-12-17a.613.0&s=dementia#g627.0
Philippa Whitford: .... There are many problems that people are not
aware of, such as stomach ulcers and bladder cancer. There are also the
obvious ones, such as strokes, heart attacks, peripheral vascular
disease and *dementia*-14% of Alzheimer's is caused by smoking
.
Amputation is commonly due to peripheral vascular disease. Those are
things that put people in a dependent situation and often result...

dementia : 2 Written Answers
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Written Answers - Department of Health: Dementia (17 Dec 2015)
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/wrans/?id=2015-12-14.20003.h&s=dementia#g20003.r0
Jane Ellison: ...to hospital, (b) the total hospital bed-days per
population and (c) the rates of admission to hospital from a nursing
home or residential care home for patients with a secondary diagnosis of
*dementia* who are aged (i) over 65 and (ii) over 75 for each clinical
commissioning group (CCG) in England for the each month in the past five
years could only be obtained at disproportionate cost. We...

Written Answers - Department of Health: Dementia (17 Dec 2015)
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/wrans/?id=2015-12-14.20002.h&s=dementia#g20002.r0
Jane Ellison: In the Hospital Episode Statistics data it is not possible
to identify patients that attended accident and emergency with a
diagnosis of *dementia*.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre
have provided a count of finished admission episodes (FAEs) where there
was a primary diagnosis of *dementia* for the years 2012-13 to 2014-15.
This is shown in Table A. Note that this is not a count of...

dementia : 4 Written Ministerial Statements
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Written Ministerial Statements - Department of Health: The Government's mandate to NHS England 2016-17 (17 Dec 2015)
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/wms/?id=2015-12-17.HLWS433.h&s=dementia#gHLWS433.0
Lord Prior of Brampton: ...and improve efficiency and productivity;to
lead a step change in the NHS in preventing ill health and supporting
people to live healthier lives, including improvement in the quality of
care and support for people with *dementia
* and increased public
awareness;to maintain and improve performance against core standards;to
improve out-of-hospital care, including reducing the health gap
between...

Written Ministerial Statements - Department of Health: Departmental Contingent Liability Notification (Dementia Discovery Fund) (17 Dec 2015)
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/wms/?id=2015-12-17.HCWS441.h&s=dementia#gHCWS441.0
Jane Ellison: A minute had been laid before Parliament regarding the
Department of Health's £15m investment into the *Dementia* Discovery
Fund (DDF) and specifically in relation to incurring a contingent
liability. A copy of the minute is attached. The DDF was publicly
announced on 21 October and is an investment fund that currently stands
at $100million for the discovery of new approaches to...

Written Ministerial Statements - Department of Health: The Government's mandate to NHS England 2016-17 (17 Dec 2015)
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/wms/?id=2015-12-17.HCWS440.h&s=dementia#gHCWS440.0
Jeremy Hunt: ...and improve efficiency and productivity;to lead a step
change in the NHS in preventing ill health and supporting people to live
healthier lives, including improvement in the quality of care and
support for people with *dementia* and increased public awareness;to
maintain and improve performance against core standards;to improve
out-of-hospital care, including reducing the health gap between...

dementia : 1 Lords debate
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National Lottery - Motion to Take Note (17 Dec 2015)
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/lords/?id=2015-12-17a.2263.0&s=dementia#g2280.0
Baroness Pitkeathley: ...projects that promote better mental
health-everything from giving children the skills needed to cope with
life's pressures, to funding support groups for those suffering from
mental health problems such as *dementia*.
The lottery has helped people
and families who are caring for loved ones. Local arts projects,
including community choirs and community theatres, help communities...[/COLOR]