Tag Archives: Evidence-Based Interventions in Dementia (EVIDEM)

EVIDEM: Evidence-Based Interventions in Dementia (National Institute for Health Research)

Summary Evidence-Based Interventions in Dementia (EVIDEM) is a database devoted to changing practice regarding dementia care in the community, and developing and testing interventions from early recognition to end of life. EVIDEM is a consortium of academic and NHS professionals. … Continue reading

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The Best of the Rest: Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (August 2010)

Summary Each month a wide range of systematic reviews and meta-analyses are examined in the process of compiling the “Dementia: the Latest Evidence” newsletter. It is impractical to include all of these in any given month’s newsletter. Here is a brief listing … Continue reading

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