MATCH-D: Medication Appropriateness Tool for Comorbid Health Conditions in Dementia (Internal Medicine Journal / BMJ Open)

Summary

The Medication Appropriateness Tool for Comorbid Health conditions in Dementia (MATCH-D) criteria were developed to provide consensus guidance on the use of medications for people with dementia.

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Reference

Page, AT. Potter, K. Clifford, RM. [et al] (2017). Medication appropriateness tool for co-morbid health conditions in dementia: consensus recommendations from a multidisciplinary expert panel. Internal Medicine Journal. October 2016; 46(10): 1189-1197.

The following study aimed to identify enablers and barriers in implementing these criteria in practice.

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Reference

Page, AT. Clifford, RM. Potter, K. [et al] (2017). Exploring the enablers and barriers to implementing the Medication Appropriateness Tool for Comorbid Health conditions during Dementia (MATCH-D) criteria in Australia: a qualitative study. BMJ Open. August 23rd 2017; 7(8): e017906.

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