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Lisa Kalisch Ellett
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The BMJ Nov 16
How to report pharmacoepidemiological research that uses observational routinely collected data: New research methods and reporting guidance
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Dementia Institute Nov 13
NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Development Fellows and Boosting Dementia Research Leadership Fellows are now listed on the NNIDR website. Visit to see what our Fellows are working on by priority area.
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UniSA Nov 8
Check out upcoming Enterprising Research Talk: Improving Medication Safety, panel discussion led by Prof Libby Roughead, taking place on Nov 20, 6pm at UniSA City West. More details and registration here:
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QUMPRC Oct 23
154.5 million individuals were included in the study. Prevalence of medication use among children increased over time in all countries and regions
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Dementia Australia Oct 4
Depression is not a normal part of ageing. Following the royal commission into Australia’s aged care system, have released advice on important steps to take if u suspect your loved one in may have depression.
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Painaustralia Oct 3
Untreated or poorly managed chronic and persistent pain is one of the sad realities for thousands of recipients of aged care. Read our story on Aged Care in Pain here:
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ACSQHC Oct 4
Can you recognise the signs of ? This serious condition often goes undetected in hospitals or is misdiagnosed. We recently released a report identifying 5 indicators of deterioration in a person’s mental state. Find out more at:
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Renly Oct 3
Many services that may benefit persons with is under-utilised in . Our new paper on use of medicines and health services for COPD among Australians over 50 years.
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SHPA Oct 1
New early bird article: ‘The association between frailty and medicines use over time: an analysis using the Australian Longitudinal Study on Ageing population’. Direct link: SHPA members free access: > Browse > Early View
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Dr Jacinta Johnson Sep 30
Submission date for poster abstracts extended!! Open until Oct 22nd
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Kara O'Keefe Sep 23
On average, sleeping pills only provide 35 minutes of extra sleep and allow patients to fall asleep 14 minutes faster. They double hips fractures and increase falls by 50%. We need to be engaging elderly patients on this.
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Delirium Rx Research Sep 25
Association between Delirium and Prehospitalization Medication in Poststroke Patients.
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Rohan Elliott Sep 19
Needless treatments: antipsychotic drugs are rarely effective in 'calming' dementia patients.
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Annabel Crabb Sep 16
What really goes on in some aged care facilities... crowdsourced by
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Cochrane UK Sep 10
Antidepressants for treating depression in dementia. Discover the latest Cochrane evidence here from :
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AMA General Practice Sep 6
Veterans’ MATES will be encouraging its relevant patients to ask "When is it time to review my medicine for heartburn?"
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Danielle Greaves Sep 5
See, delirium is a simple interaction of factors! The systems integration failure hypothesis by Dr Maldonado
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Erica Tilley Sep 5
Study by Penelope Casey found prevalence of delirium increased from a monthly average of 1.3% when using ICD-10 codes....to a point prevalence of 17.2% when using screening 4AT/3DCAM. This has huge hospital funding implications
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Andy Teodorczuk Sep 5
8 1) Ask is the patient sick? 2) Treat causeS 3) Optimise brain function 4) Focus on patient experience 5) ONLY use meds if intractable distress 6) Prevent complications 7) Monitor for recovery 8) Follow up & consider future dementia
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Danielle Greaves Sep 5
Delirium 8: treatment of delirium. It is not a linear process,need to look at the whole picture
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