Tag Archives: Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing: University of Nottingham

Review of Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs) in Care Homes (BMC Geriatrics)

Summary This review attempts to map the literature generated from research in care homes. The authors performed a systematic mapping review, looking specifically into the evidence-base from randomised controlled trials conducted in care homes. Of the 291 articles reviewed in full, most … Continue reading

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Care in Specialist Medical and Mental Health Units Compared with Standard Care for Older People with Cognitive Impairment in General Hospitals (BMJ / NIHR TEAM Trial)

Summary This article reports on work to develop and evaluate best practice in the acute medical care of older people with cognitive impairment in general hospitals. 600 confused patients aged over 65 admitted for acute medical care into large acute general … Continue reading

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Breaking the Cycle of Discontent: How Family Carers of People with Dementia Become Dissatisfied with General Hospital Care (BMC Geriatrics)

Summary Family carers deserve to be engaged by hospital staff, so that they are able to give and receive information about a relative with dementia. They should be offered suitable opportunities to participate and have their say in hospital care. … Continue reading

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