Tag Archives: Keele University

Diagnosis of Primary Progressive Aphasia (JGCR / Journal of Neurology / ARUK)

A Journal of Geriatric Care and Research (JGCR) case report discusses the neuropsychological assessments preparatory to the differential diagnosis of Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA). PPA is a rare form of non-Alzheimer’s dementia featuring language impairment with progressive decline in word … Continue reading

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UK Pain Prevalence Rates (BBC News / BMJ Open)

Summary A meta-analysis of 19 studies published in BMJ Open suggests that approximately 28 million (43%) people in the UK may be living with chronic pain from conditions such as arthritis; this is almost triple the number expected previously. This … Continue reading

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Benefits of Comprehensive Older Person’s Evaluation (COPE) Zones Embedded Within Emergency Assessment Units (Clinical Medicine)

Summary Promising results have been reported from Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust (SRFT): “ …introduction of an embedded frailty unit within the EAU at SRFT has allowed resources to be focused on older patients with the greatest need. We have … Continue reading

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Older Women Get Cervical Cancer Too (BBC News / BMJ)

Summary There is a common misperception that cervical cancer is a young woman’s disease, but half of deaths occur in women over 65. Full Text Link Reference Cervical cancer ‘not just a young woman’s disease’. London: BBC Health News, June … Continue reading

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The CAREDEM Case Management Modelling and Feasibility Study (HTA)

Summary The CAREDEM Case Management Study adapted a promising case management project from the USA (the PREVENT Study) and attempted to test the feasibility and acceptability of this approach to case management for dementia support in English general practice. The … Continue reading

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