Dementia

26 articles
by Larry W. Chambers Rebecca Correia

Dementia care in need of province-wide network in MINT condition

Ontario does not have a standardized primary care model for dementia. But for other prevalent health conditions, Ontario has provincial clinical networks. Such a network should be established for dementia care too. Here's why.

by Don Melady Frank Molnar

‘You can’t manage what you don’t measure’: Hospitals slow to recognize increasing number of dementia patients

In our hospitals, we have no systems in place to identify people living with dementia, measure how many there are or how their dementia impacts our care. And hospitals are not implementing programs to improve.

by Helen Senderovich

Intermittent Fasting: Changing the tides of dementia

IF has been shown to be an effective intervention against obesity, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and chronic diseases such as diabetes and cancer. But what about dementia?

by Michael Fralick John Fralick Amol Verma Kieran Quinn

Rapid fire: High Value Care

by Michael Fralick John Fralick

Rapid fire: Geriatric Medicine

by Paul Taylor

Is this aging – or Alzheimer’s disease?

by Larry W. Chambers Natalie Irene Warrick Carol Brayne Lon Schneider Mimi Lowi-Young Doug Brown Rupert McShane

Is research on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia being oversold?

by Margaret McGregor

Why don’t doctors screen more for frailty?

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