Standards of care for people with disabling (progressive and static) neurological conditions in the hospital and community: standards of care for people with disabling progressive and static neurological conditions in the hospital and community.
|dc.contributor.author||Neurological Alliance of Ireland|
|dc.description||Neurological conditions are common, affecting over 500,000 people in the Irish population. Recent advances in the neurosciences have improved the outlook many conditions, as major breakthroughs have been achieved. Standing pathogenesis, the prospect of symptom arrest and eventually cure of the disease process. However at present, most neurological conditions remain incurable and treatment is often symptomatic or at best partially effective. These neurological conditions are requiring input of care across of health sector and other services This reflects the fact that these conditions have a wide-ranging, variable-and complex set of physical and psychological problems requiring specialist expertise both for recognition and treatment. The future needs span a wide range of services that are not traditionally well-integrated including hospital and community-based health services. employment, legal and social services.||en_GB|
|dc.publisher||Neurological Alliance of Ireland||en_GB|
|dc.subject||NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE AND DISORDER||en_GB|
|dc.title||Standards of care for people with disabling (progressive and static) neurological conditions in the hospital and community: standards of care for people with disabling progressive and static neurological conditions in the hospital and community.||en_GB|