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Enhancing caregiver health: findings from the resources for enhancing Alzheimer’s caregiver health II intervention

...from baseline to after the intervention. Secondary outcomes were CG burden and bother after the intervention.; Results: After the intervention, CGs reported better self-rated health, sleep quality, physical health, and...

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)

...control over the situation and enabling people to take more responsibility for managing the condition. Benefits of such an approach can include improved knowledge, self-efficacy, health status, and better performance...

Assessing the relationship between health utilities, quality of life, and health care costs in Alzheimer’s disease: the CATIE-AD study

...Objectives: To examine the relationship between multiple measures of health care costs and health utilities, quality of life, and other factors in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD).; Research Design: Data were...

Early detection of memory impairment in people over 65 years old consulting at Health Examination Centers for the French health insurance: the EVATEM protocol

...or over. Subjects were recruited from three health examination centers that are part of the French health insurance system. If a memory complaint was identified (using a dedicated questionnaire), the...

Validation study of the prototype of a disease-specific index measure for health-related quality of life in dementia

...Background: Index measures for health-related quality of life (HRQoL) quantify the desirability (utility) of a certain health state. The commonly used generic index measure, e.g. EuroQol: EQ-5D, may underestimate...

Promoting health in early-stage dementia: evaluation of a 12-week course

...This project tested a 12-week health promotion course for older adults with early-stage dementia. In a quasi-experimental design, participants were assigned by site to intervention group or control group...

German adaptation of the Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer’s Caregiver Health II: study protocol of a single-centred, randomised controlled trial

...Caregiver Health II (REACH II) was developed in the United States to enhance the health of Alzheimer’s caregivers. REACH II causes a clear reduction of the stress and burdens faced...

Effects of a psychological intervention in a primary health care center for caregivers of dependent relatives: a randomized trial

...Randomized multicenter, controlled clinical trial. The 125 CGs included in the trial were receiving health care in PHC.; Inclusion Criteria: Identifying oneself as principal CG of a dependent relative with...

Systematic care for caregivers of people with dementia in the ambulatory mental health service: designing a multicentre, cluster, randomized, controlled trial

...our study.; Methods and Design: In our ongoing, cluster, randomized, single-blind, controlled trial, the participants in six mental health services in four regions of the Netherlands have been randomized per...

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