Tag Archives: School of Healthcare Sciences: Bangor University

Improving the Management of Diabetes in People Living with Dementia (NIHR HTA)

Summary A realist review was conducted to identify features or mechanisms in various interventions likely to improve the management of diabetes in people with dementia. The full NIHR HTA report from this research, already summarised in a BMC Medicine article … Continue reading

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An Investigation Into the Management of Faecal Incontinence in Care Home Residents With Advanced Dementia (Health Technology Assessments / JAMDA / BMJ Open)

Summary The results of the latest research into this topic, based on a realist approach to investigation. Full Text Link Reference Goodman, C. Norton, C. [and] Buswell, M. [et al] (2017). Managing Faecal INcontinence in people with advanced dementia resident … Continue reading

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Suggestions for Improving the Management of Diabetes in People Living with Dementia (BMC Medicine)

Summary The results of recent research into this topic. Full Text Link Reference Bunn, F. Goodman, C. [and] Reece Jones, P. [et al] (2017). What works for whom in the management of diabetes in people living with dementia: a realist … Continue reading

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