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Do counselling or support groups help patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease manage their symptoms and improve adherence?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Feb 2016
How do different psychological interventions compare in relation to improvements in quality of life, symptom control and clinical outcome markers in Inflammatory Bowel Disease?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Feb 2016
Is guided self-management effective and does it improve outcomes, quality of life and function in Inflammatory Bowel Disease?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Feb 2016
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: 29 Oct 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: 29 Oct 2015
What is the impact of improved hydration on the management of dementia at all stages of the disease and what methods are effective to encourage hydration in people with dementia?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Oct 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: 29 Oct 2015
What are the most effective methods (pharmacological and non-pharmacological) for treating younger/early onset people with dementia?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Oct 2015
What are the most effective management approaches and models of care, including equipment, for people with concurrent dementia and hearing loss in all settings?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Oct 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: 29 Oct 2015
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