Tag Archives: University of Birmingham: NIHR HSC

Healthy Ageing in the 21st Century (University of Birmingham)

Summary This Birmingham Policy Commission report explores ageing well in a diverse multi-cultural society. It examines good health in later life in a social context of “super-diversity”. It recommends the creation of a “Commissioner for Older People” as a statutory … Continue reading

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COGNISION™ for Neurological Disorders Including Dementia (NIHR)

 Summary The COGNISION™ system, developed by Neuronetrix, is intended to assist in the diagnosis and evaluation of Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia and other neurological disorders. It uses non-invasive detection of differences in the neural processing of auditory stimuli in people with … Continue reading

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NeuroAD™ for Mild and Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease (NIHR)

Summary This briefing from the NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre outlines the principles and purpose of the NeuroAD™ system, from Neuronix. NeuroAD™ is a non-invasive treatment for patients with mild and moderate Alzheimer’s Disease. which combines focused transcranial magnetic stimulation of … Continue reading

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