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Is sedation at night for people with dementia , to allow carers to sleep, effective and what is the effect on behaviour/quality of life during the day, and time to institutionalisation?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
Is regular monitoring/counselling of carers by healthcare professionals specialising in dementia beneficial for the carers quality of life, physical and mental health?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
Are there very early signs or precursors of dementia that could be used to indicate onset?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
What are effective treatments, pharmacological and non-pharmacological, for vascular dementia including the effect on quality of life and progression of the disease?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
What are the best ways to care for people with dementia living alone at home?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
Is speech therapy or linguistics effective in improving or maintaining speech and communication skills and behaviour in people with dementia and in maintaining swallowing and chewing reflex for longer ?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
What is the effect of reminiscence therapy/life story work on quality of life and outcomes in dementia?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
Is person-centred care the most effective approach to caring for people with dementia in all settings?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
How can you predict whether a person with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) will develop dementia or not?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
What are the most effective and cost-effective factors in care of people with dementia that keep the person as independent as they can be while minimising stress to carers/families at every stage of the disease and in all settings e.g. at home, in care homes, in society?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 07 Apr 2015
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