Tag Archives: Burden of Dementia (Statistics)

More on the Disproportionately High Impact of Dementia Upon Women (GADAA)

Summary Women comprise roughly 65% of people with dementia in the UK. They are disproportionately affected by the condition in terms of having to assume caring responsibilities. The main section headings in this report comprise: Chapter 1: Key Challenges. An … Continue reading

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Updated Projections for the Dementia Time-Bomb in England and Wales to 2040 (BMJ)

Summary A recent study by researchers University College London (UCL) and the University of Liverpool attempting to assess the future societal burden of dementia (sometimes termed the “Dementia Timebomb”) predicts the number of people living with dementia in England and Wales could … Continue reading

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Late-Onset Dementia in the UK: Estimates of Burden and the Potential Impact of Interventions (OHE / Alzheimers and Dementia)

Summary The Office of Health Economics (OHE) has performed research to estimate the current and likely future burden of late-onset dementia in the UK, taking into account – so far as is possible – the appearance of future “interventions” which … Continue reading

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