Giving people with dementia and their carers a say on visiting hours
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Giving people with dementia and their carers a say on visiting hours

To improve access for the families and carers of patients with dementia, staff nurse and PhD student Liz Charalambous sought feedback from rarely-heard voices

Changing visiting times so that relatives and friends of people with dementia can stay with their loved ones is a passion of mine. I decided to explore visiting times as part of my master’s degree in advanced nursing and set out to research what could be improved.

Nursing Standard. 32, 24, 65-65. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.24.65.s38

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