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Barbican Consensus on Better Care and Support for People With Dementia in Care Homes (NHS England)

Summary It has been reported elsewhere that 80% of residents in care homes may have dementia, and that there may still be over-prescription of antipsychotics in these settings to control challenging behaviour. The Barbican Consensus presents a general agreement, arrived … Continue reading

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