Improving dementia care within primary care requires a transformation in care processes with an emphasis on interprofessional collaboration between family physicians, allied health professionals and specialists.
Researchers have demonstrated that women with dementia have fewer visits to their GP, receive less medical attention and may remain on inappropriate medication for longer when compared with men.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital three-time winner of the American Pain Society Clinical Centers of Excellence Award
Jade Parker speaks to Dr Edgar Ross from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, three-time winner of the American Pain Society Clinical Centers of Excellence Award.
David Burn, Clinical Director of Parkinson’s UK, discusses the results of the 2015 UK Parkinson’s Audit, which concerns the quality of Parkinson’s disease care provided in the UK.
Comparative risk of hip fractures in elderly nursing home patients with depression using paroxetine and other selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors
In this research article, the authors evaluate the comparative safety of paroxetine and other SSRIs for the risk of hip fractures, finding no differential risk.
In this podcast we discuss the current outlook on ADHD and its diagnosis and treatment, as well as debates in the field and how the condition continues to shift in perception and treatment.
In honor of #NCMentalHealthMonth and World Mental Health Day on 10th October, take a look at our infographic below, which explores the facts around mental health prevalence.
A new report from Alzheimer’s Disease International (London, UK) has revealed that many patients with dementia have not received a diagnosis and calls for action to tackle the global dementia crisis.
Identification of hidden health utilization services and costs in adults awaiting tertiary care following mild traumatic brain injury in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
In this research article, the authors investigate the services and costs associated with adults requiring tertiary care following mTBI.
We recently carried out a poll to find out your opinion on the impact that Brexit could have on British neurologists – here we present our findings in an infographic.