- Finally, joining Twitter, just as it becomes a Bloodsport for all. With apologies to Carter USM.
- ABC story about the Dignity of Risk, by Norman Hermant https://t.co/ILyGeO0NQL
- Driving with Dementia animation https://t.co/drj6YtTpnb
- To Resuscitate or Not? - New video up on YouTube http://t.co/ypN7G3JR0k
Prof Joe wants your help. Mr Jones wants to do things that may lead to serious injury or even a premature death. Should I help him to “Live fast, die younger than need be and, leave a somewhat good looking corpse? Is it better to be “safe and sound” or “happy and hurt”? Dignity of Risk video coming soon.
Mr Jones is moved into a Retirement Village after being deemed too unsafe for his own home.
Despite his condition should he still able to make decisions about his own way of life?
Prof Joe wants your help. He’s sitting having a tea when the ward bell sounds – a patient has collapsed in the hallway… his patient! Prof rushes to the scene to find that the person who has collapsed is Mr Rupert Jones, a man with dementia. The ICU doctor wants to know how bad his dementia is and whether or not they should stand down the code blue. Should they resuscitate Mr Jones?
Mr Jones has collapsed in the hallway but is found to have Dementia.
Does dementia determine whether or not we resuscitate him?
This animated video addresses the myriad of complex issues involved in assessing whether a person with dementia is fit to drive. We hope that it will engage the audience and generate discussion amongst the general public and health professionals to help us all be better informed
Mr Jones has his license suspended after found with Dementia.
Is it a simple fact of taking his license away or is the issue more complicated?