Big4 Medical Journals
Some Books in the library
- ABC of dementia
- Dementia care at a glance
- Dementia care in nursing
- Essentials of dementia everything you really need to know for working in dementia care
- Person-centred dementia care: making services better with the VIPS framework
- Management of dementia
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Latest News about Dementia
This review discusses the status of existing therapies for cognitive symptoms of Alzheimer's disease with an emphasis on how to tailor management to the individual patient.
This guidance explains how commissioners and health professionals can use data and analysis for decisions about dementia services and interventions.
Overall findings from this briefing show that patients with dementia are more likely to have multiple health conditions; 22% with >3 comorbidities and 8% with >4 comorbidities vs 11% and 3%, respectively, in all patient group (same list of health conditions, excluding dementia).
This case study report provides examples of extra care schemes and other housing-related community services supporting people with dementia to develop meaningful relationships to reduce social isolation and loneliness.
People living with dementia should be offered activities such as exercise, aromatherapy, art, gardening, baking, reminiscence therapy, music therapy, mindfulness and animal assisted therapy to help promote their wellbeing. The recommendation comes in NICE's updated quality standard on dementia published 28 June 2019. It says people living with dementia and people involved in their care should be given the opportunity to talk about their life experiences, preferences, interests, strengths with a healthcare professional. This can help the person living with dementia to choose activities to promote wellbeing that suit their preferences and needs.
This report aims to shine a spotlight on dementia as a disability. It seeks to enable people with dementia to assert their rights to services and for their rights as citizens to be treated fairly and equally. Evidence presented to the inquiry revealed that people with dementia are not having their disability rights upheld. This report seeks to highlight the human impact this has on people living with dementia.
This report summarises data and people's experiences about social care reviews, reassessments and their outcomes for people with dementia. It also includes recommendations
This assessment is based on press reports highlighting a study which reported anticholinergic medicines were associated with an increased risk of developing dementia, depending on the dose and duration of use.
According to domestic law and international convention, dementia is a disability. Thousands of people who responded to an All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) inquiry agreed that they see dementia as a disability. But they told the APPG that society is lagging behind and failing to uphold the legal rights of people with dementia. The evidence reveals that, across the country, people with dementia are not having their disability rights upheld. This report seeks to highlight the human impact that this has on people living with dementia. It focuses on themes of equality, non-discrimination, participation and inclusion.
This research finds that the interface between primary care and long-term care is complex. In the case of dementia, this interface may be influenced by incentives offered to GPs as part of the Quality and Outcomes Framework to provide an annual review for patients with dementia. The hypothesis is that the annual reviews reduce the likelihood of admission to a care home by supporting the patient to live independently and by addressing carers' needs for support
Dementia from BMJ
Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) Dementia Gateway
Gov.Uk : Dementia
Fab NHS Stuff – dementia
National Elf Service – The Mental Elf , Dementia
Dementia Evidence Toolkit