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Dementia

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Dementia: part three

Part three of this dementia CPPE module takes a look at the holistic approach to dementia management and other pharmacological options.

Dementia: part two

Part two of this dementia CPPE module looks at the risk factors associated with dementia and lifestyle factors that can reduce its risk.

Dementia: part one

Part one of this dementia CPPE module looks at the prevelance of the condition as well as the different types of dementia. 

Elderly care: Bridging the gap

There is a clear opportunity for community pharmacists and their teams to lead best practice

Pause for breath

A new report on air pollution report showcases the scale of the problem in regional cities as well as the capital. But what does this mean and what's the impact of air pollution on public health?

Mind matters

Dementia is on the rise, but awareness of the disease remains low. With Dementia Friends now included in the quality payments scheme, pharmacy has an even greater chance to change this.

Pain linked to dementia

Persistent pain is associated with more rapid memory decline and increased risk of dementia, according to a new analysis

Be dementia friendly

With the prevalence of dementia in the UK set to rise, there's a lot being done across the UK to support people with the condition, as well as their carers.

Mild cognitive impairment and dementia

This CPD module provides an overview of mild cognitive impairment and dementia.

Albuminuria linked to dementia

Albuminuria is associated with a 35 per cent increased risk of cognitive impairment or dementia, according to an analysis published in Neurology

Update: Flu jab cuts dementia risk in heart failure patients

Influenza vaccination is associated with a lower risk of dementia in patients with heart failure

Dementia incidence is dropping, study finds

Dementia incidence in people aged over 65 years has dropped by 20 per cent since the early 1990s

Inequalities persist in dementia prescribing

A new study reveals that inequalities in anti-dementia drug (ADD) prescribing persist in England



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