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Dementia care consultation for family caregivers: collaborative model linking an Alzheimer’s association chapter with primary care physicians

...but no care consultation. Nursing home admission of patients during the 12-month study period was the primary outcome; secondary outcomes included measures of caregiver self-efficacy for managing dementia, caregiver depressive...

Self-management in early-stage dementia: a pilot randomised controlled trial of the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of a self-management group intervention (the SMART study)

...with a caregiver (family member/friend), will be randomised to either the self-management group intervention or to treatment as usual.The self-management group intervention will involve eight weekly sessions, each lasting 90...

Implementing national guidelines for person-centered care of people with dementia in residential aged care: Effects on perceived person-centeredness, staff strain, and stress of conscience

...step-wise action-research intervention consisting of knowledge translation, generation, and dissemination, based on national guidelines for care of people with dementia, increased the staff self-reported person-centeredness of care practice, perceived hospitality...

Collaborative care management reduces disparities in dementia care quality for caregivers with less education

...Objectives: To examine educational gradients in dementia care and whether the effect of a dementia collaborative care management intervention varied according to the educational attainment of the informal caregiver.;...

The effect of group-based exercise on cognitive performance and mood in seniors residing in intermediate care and self-care retirement facilities: a randomised controlled trial

...Four intermediate care and four self-care retirement village sites in Sydney, Australia.; Participants: 154 seniors (19 men, 135 women; age range 62 to 95 years), who were residents of intermediate...

Dementia care management: going new ways in ambulant dementia care within a GP-based randomized controlled intervention trial

...provide “optimum care” by integrating multi-professional and multimodal strategies to individualize and optimize treatment of dementia within the framework of the established healthcare and social service system. The intervention is...

Day care at green care farms: a novel way to stimulate dietary intake of community-dwelling older people with dementia?

...Objective: This study aimed to compare dietary intake of older people with dementia receiving day care at regular day care facilities (RDCFs) or at so-called green care farms (GCFs).;...

Nursing homes and end-of-life care in Japan

...Objectives: To describe end-of-life care in Japanese nursing homes by comparing facility and characteristics of residents dying in nursing homes with those who had been transferred and had died...

The economics of dementia-care mapping in nursing homes: A cluster-randomised controlled trial

...studied the effectiveness of DCM on residents and staff outcomes, we investigated differences in costs of care between DCM and usual care in nursing homes. Methods: Dementia special care units...

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