[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 2 Issue 1, August 2011].
The aim of this literature review was to seek the evidence on approaches that achieve better outcomes for people with dementia and which are advantageous from an economic point of view. The main contents of this report comprise sections on:
- Data analysis.
- Economic questions and analyses.
- Pharmacological interventions.
- Non-pharmacological interventions – individuals with dementia.
- Interventions targeted on carers.
- Organisation of care and support.
- Aims of this review.
- Summary findings.
- Barriers and opportunities.
References are provided.
Knapp, M. Romeo, R. [and] Iemmi, V. [et al] (2011). Dementia care costs and outcomes – Literature for APPG on dementia inquiry 2011. London: All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia, June 2011.