Tag Archives: Dementia Comorbidities

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. Full Text Link Reference Page, AT. Potter, K. Clifford, RM. [et al] … Continue reading

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Coordination of Care for People With Long-Term Conditions and Dementia (NIHR Signal / BMJ / Department of Health)

Summary A National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) “Signal” expert commentary refers to research  indicating that almost one fifth of people with dementia have other serious conditions, such as stroke and diabetes, whereas current services are not typically aligned to … Continue reading

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More on Disjointed Care for Dementia and Comorbidities: the CoDem Study (NIHR)

Summary The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Comorbidity and dementia (CoDem) review confirms the need to improve continuity of care and access to services for persons living with dementia with co-morbidities (as covered in a recent ILC-UK report).  This … Continue reading

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All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia Concerned About Disjointed and Substandard Care For Common Dementia Comorbidities (ILC-UK / Alzheimer’s Society / Pharma Times Online / APPG on Dementia)

Summary Inadequate care and systemic failures in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of comorbidities experienced by people with dementia is believed to result in (i) unnecessary costs for the NHS, (ii) widespread and preventable reduced quality of life among patients … Continue reading

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