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Dr. James Warner MD MRCP FRCPsych - On Dementia PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 10 April 2012 12:06
 
 
Almost everyone knows someone affected by dementia! It is common, usually slowly progressive but ultimately leads to severe disability.
Dr James Warner is a consultant psychiatrist and clinical director for older people and healthy ageing services at Central North West London Foundation Trust. The trust aims to provide early diagnosis, support and treatment for all people with dementia living in Hillingdon, Harrow, Brent Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea.
In addition to his clinical and managerial role, Dr Warner leads a research trial investigating whether exercise helps some symptoms of dementia.

 He is  a superb guest speaker, informative but informal. This video, by Donald Edwards, captures his address to members ofThe Community Voice in April 2012

Found this informative website:- http://www.dementiauk.org/what-we-do/admiral-nurses/    Donald -28-6-2013

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Part one 

 

Q & A

 

 
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written by Jo, April 16, 2012
Dr. Warner is an excellent speaker, his message comes over in simple uncomplicated language. I now have a better understanding of these mental problems but the treatment seems remote and a long time in coming! What hope is there for these poor people?
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written by mkacd, June 20, 2012
What can one add, Dr. Warner gives a masterclass which will probably help some of the spectators but the conclusion is that there is nothing that can be done about this sickness.
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written by Ken, March 13, 2013
I think the health service is just waking up to this problem. A lot more clinics are needed and staff them with more Dr. James Warners'.
Research needs to be speeded up and more spent on this growing problem, the 'Big C' has had enough of the pot, these poor folk will be here long after the cancer people have died!!

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