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What are the best ways to care for people with dementia living alone at home?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Oct 2015
Is it better for a carer to allow the person with dementia to manage their own day to day life as best as possible (even if they are struggling) or to take over/do it for them in terms of progression of the disease/rate of deterioration?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Oct 2015
Are specialist care homes/facilities (compared to usual care) for people with dementia more effective at maintaining quality of life, quality of care for people with dementia at all stages of the disease?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Oct 2015
Are people with dementia better cared for in care homes/mental health units with other dementia patients or with non dementia sufferers for progression of the disease, quality of life?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 29 Oct 2015
What are the benefits, and best ways, of providing care in the patient?s home and how can home care be maintained as long as possible? Does good co-ordination of services affect this?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 08 Sep 2015
What are the benefits, and best ways, of ensuring patients, carers, families and friends are given privacy and not restricted in visiting hours when palliative care is given in a hospital, care home or hospice?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 08 Sep 2015
Do people with various types of terminal cancer have different palliative care needs? If so, what are the best ways of managing their symptoms?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 08 Sep 2015
What are the best approaches to providing pain relief for people who have communication difficulties, perhaps as a result of their disease, such as motor neurone disease (MND), dementia, brain tumour (including glioblastoma) or head and neck cancer?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 08 Sep 2015
At what point should people with Hidradenitis suppurativa be referred for specialist care?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 28 Aug 2014
Would having a fan or open windows whilst sleeping to allow air to re-circulate in the room reduce sleep apnoea?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 13 Jan 2014
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