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dementia : Scottish Parliament debates

jimbo 111

Registered User
Jan 23, 2009
North Bucks
Sep 29 at 6:39 PM

Due to changes to the official website, our method of fetching data for the
Scottish Parliament stopped working at the end of August 2014. However, we
have now managed to update our site to fetch this data.
This special alert includes any Scottish Parliament related information back
to last August.


dementia : 29 Scottish Parliament debates

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Scottish Parliament: Dementia Research (24 Sep 2015)
The First Minister: The collaborative research project with Alzheimer's
Research UK is progressing well, and the Scottish Government currently
provides funding of £486,000 a year for the Scottish *dementia* clinical
research network to provide infrastructure support for clinical
*dementia* studies in Scotland. More generally, investment through the
chief scientist office means that...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2015-16 (1 Sep 2015)
Ken Macintosh: ...ask people in my area about public services, for
example, they will give a list of issues with which they are wrestling:
the selling off of the last publicly owned care home in the area; trying
to find ways to prevent the local *dementia* support service from being
reduced; school librarians being got rid of; the closing of a centre for
people with additional needs; fighting for an even...

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (24 Jun 2015)
Richard Simpson: ...guardian must be consulted and treatment agreed with
them, but that is not the case under the Mental Health (Care and
Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003. At stage 2, I expressed specific
concerns about patients with *dementia*, who we know are not having
their diagnosis recorded on admission to an acute hospital in 50 per
cent of cases, according to recent Scottish research relating to