Tag Archives: NICE Clinical Guideline CG103

Recently Published Resources on Falls Prevention – In the Community and in Hospitals (BMJ / NHS Improvement / NIHR / JAMA Internal Medicine)

Summary There are uncertainties about the effectiveness of environmental interventions to reduce risk of falls among older persons living in the community. A BMJ systematic review covers the options, coming down in favour of occupational therapist-led environment risk assessments and … Continue reading

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Online Information: Resource Archive For Dementia Care (NCCMH / RCP)

Summary The National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health’s Dementia Care Pathway contains an under-stated appendix entitled “Other helpful web-based resources”. This undiscovered gem is worthy of mention by itself alone. It comprises links to documents, websites and resources grouped beneath … Continue reading

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Delirium: Evidence Update (NHS Evidence)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 2 Issue 10, May 2012]. Summary This April 2012 “Evidence Update” on Delirium presents a summary of selected new evidence of relevance to the NICE (2010) … Continue reading

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NICE Clinical Guideline CG103. Delirium: Diagnosis, Prevention and Management

Abstract This NICE guideline covers the care of adults (18 and over) with, or at risk of, delirium in hospital and in long-term residential care or a nursing home. Delirium is a common, complication of hospitalisation in elderly people, affecting … Continue reading

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