Tag Archives: Attributable Cost of Dementia

Midlife Approaches to Reducing Dementia Risk (PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) has produced an online resource on the various approaches to reducing the prevalence and incidence of dementia. There are statistics indicating the scale of the challenge, and a summary of the risk factors that can … Continue reading

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Medical Research Council: Some Success Stories (MRC)

Summary The Medical Research Council (MRC) has released a collection of summaries about UK research achievements across a number of fields. In the area of research into dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases, MRC research is reported to have influenced the … Continue reading

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Dementia 2015 UK Policy Report: Improving the Quality of Life for People with Dementia (Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary The Alzheimer’s Society’s fourth annual report exploring the quality of life for people with dementia (and their families and carers) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, is entitled “Dementia 2015: Aiming higher to transform lives is in England”. This … Continue reading

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Elderly Care: Analysis of Long-Term Care for Dementia (ADI / BBC News)

Summary More than 35 million people live with dementia throughout the world, according to the World Health Organisation; more than half of whom live in low and middle income countries. The global costs of treating and caring for people with dementia are estimated … Continue reading

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