Mapping dementia care after diagnosis in England: an e-survey
Thank you for your interest in this survey, which is being carried out by University College London. It is funded by the Alzheimer’s Society.
Post-diagnostic dementia services across the UK are highly varied in how they are delivered. It is not clear which service models may offer the most effective and sustainable care for persons with dementia and their carers. We are surveying people who commission any service(s) related to supporting people with dementia at any stage after diagnosis (but not assessment and diagnostic services) across England.
We want to understand how these services are being delivered, who by, how this fits with current policy and what is working well in practice.
This survey is part of a larger project, PriDem (please see website here) led by Newcastle University, which is exploring the best way to deliver effective and sustainable primary care-led models of care after a dementia diagnosis. However we are interested in all types of care provided after diagnosis in this survey.
The survey should take approximately 10-15min. You can save it and return to complete it later if necessary. The survey has been reviewed by UCL Ethics Committee (ref 14097/001). If you would like to read further information about the survey and how your data will be used, please click here. You can also contact the Research Associate, Dr Rachael Frost, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 830 2881.
Otherwise, if you are happy to take part in this survey, please click the Start button below.