Leadership in policy response to dementia: lessons learned from the international experience

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Oleksandra Khudoba


The article reveals the role of leadership in policy response to the spread of dementia. Comprehensive information from dementia studies is generalized and analyzed to generate evidence-based policy. It is underscore that excessive interpretation of results or careless analysis of key factors may overestimate the findings that can effect policy planning in not the best way, especially for countries with low economic development and limited resources, are explained. It is emphasized that excessive attention to the dementia epidemic can lead to misleading policy planning and can have unforeseen negative consequences for the health system. The need of Ukraine to learn from international experience is revealed.

Keywords: leadership, healthcare policy, dementia, multisectoral collaboration, effectiveness of governance

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Khudoba, O. (2019). Leadership in policy response to dementia: lessons learned from the international experience. EAST JOURNAL OF SECURITY STUDIES, 4(1), 161-174. Retrieved from https://ejss.nuczu.edu.ua/index.php/ejss/article/view/24
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Oleksandra Khudoba, Department of Lviv Regional Institute for Public Administration of the National Academy for Public Administration under the President of Ukraine

PhD in Public Administration, Postdoctoral student of the Regional Management and Local Self-Government

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