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Vision impairment and risk of dementia: Findings from the English longitudinal study of ageing
Objectives: To determine whether vision impairment is independently associated cross‐sectionally and longitudinally with dementia. Design: Retrospective cohort study. Setting: English Longitudinal Study of ...
Hearing impairment and incident dementia: Findings from the English longitudinal study of ageing
Objectives: To determine whether hearing loss is associated with incident physician-diagnosed dementia in a representative sample. Design: Retrospective cohort study. Setting: English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. Participants: ...
Physical activity pre- and post-dementia: English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
BACKGROUNDTo inform public health interventions, further investigation is needed to identify: (1) frequency/intensity of everyday physical activity (PA) needed to reduce dementia risk; (2) whether post-diagnosis reduction ...
Willingness to adhere to current UK low-risk alcohol guidelines to potentially reduce dementia risk: A national survey of people aged 50 and over
BACKGROUND: People over 50 are increasing their alcohol intake, potentially increasing their risk of dementia. OBJECTIVE: This study investigates whether people would be willing to adhere to current United Kingdom (UK, ...
eHealth interventions to support caregivers of people with dementia may be proven effective, but are they implementation-ready?
Objectives: A variety of health services delivered via the Internet, or "eHealth interventions," to support caregivers of people with dementia have shown evidence of effectiveness, but only a small number are put into ...
Training in old age psychiatry: The 30 countries' perspective
To improve the care of older people with mental health problems it is necessary to have a highly skilled workforce who is very well-trained in the diagnosis and management of the range of the psychiatric problems affecting ...