Tag Archives: Dementia: a Public Health Priority

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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Public Health England’s “One You” Campaign (BBC News / PHE / NHS OneYou)

Summary Public Health England’s “One You” campaign is about engaging patients and the public concerning the various practical steps it is possible to take to avoid preventable disease. It is estimated that the NHS wastes more than £11 billion per … Continue reading

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NICE Guideline on Mid-Life Interventions to Delay or Prevent Dementia Onset (NICE)

Summary The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published a new guideline concerning mid-life approaches to delay or prevent the onset of dementia, disability and frailty in later life. This guideline is based on evidence, such as … Continue reading

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World Dementia Envoy’s Christmas Message: Resolutions on Modifiable Risk Factors (Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / World Dementia Council / NHS England)

Summary The World Dementia Envoy’s Christmas message offers brief personal insights from contact with dementia in the family. One significant highlight of progress during 2014 has been recognition of the “Blackfriars Consensus Statement”; involving the agreement to focus seriously on … Continue reading

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September: World Alzheimer’s Month (ADI / World Dementia Council)

Summary September 2014 is the third global World Alzheimer’s Month™. This is an international awareness raising campaign coordinated by Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI). “The theme for World Alzheimers Month 2014 is ‘Dementia: Can we reduce the risk?’, focusing on ways … Continue reading

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Reducing Dementia Risk Factors: World Alzheimer Report 2014 (ADI / Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / World Dementia Council)

Summary Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) has published the World Alzheimer Report 2014, entitled “Dementia and Risk Reduction: An analysis of protective and modifiable factors” which examines the evidence on modifiable risk factors for dementia. It shows that dementia risks can … Continue reading

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