Tag Archives: Wider Societal Burden

Updated Projections for the Dementia Time-Bomb in England and Wales to 2040 (BMJ)

Summary A recent study by researchers University College London (UCL) and the University of Liverpool attempting to assess the future societal burden of dementia (sometimes termed the “Dementia Timebomb”) predicts the number of people living with dementia in England and Wales could … Continue reading

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Business Costs of Dementia (PHE / Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) and the Alzheimer’s Society have released a report from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) which attempts to quantify the financial burden falling on the nation’s businesses from dementia. Employers are advised of … Continue reading

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Defeat Dementia Report (Alzheimer’s Research UK / OHE / BBC News)

Summary Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK) released their “Defeat Dementia: the evidence and a vision for action” last week to coincide with the Global Dementia Legacy Event and the launch of their “Defeat Dementia” campaign. This report draws on analyses from … Continue reading

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Supporting Employees Caring for Persons With Dementia (Carers UK)

Summary The impact of dementia is an increasingly significant issue in the workplace. People are often struggling to combine work with caring for family member or friend. Carers UK and Employers for Carers performed a survey of employers and employees … Continue reading

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NICE Drugs Policy and the Elderly (NHS Choices)

Summary News of a Department of Health consultation, which involves asking the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) to consider “wider societal benefits” (in addition to the burden of illness and the impact a disease has on patients) … Continue reading

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