This research summary from Alzheimer Scotland provides recommendations for policy and practice.
This article describes the development and testing of an interactive mounted computing device to support aspects of the complex self-care tasks of older adults.
This paper provides helpful information for health care providers to consider in how they can improve informed decision making (IDM) for older adults about the use of sensor technologies to support independent living.
The authors sought to conduct a review of available knowledge on engagement in healthcare decision making with a focus on older patients and their caregivers.
This prospective cohort study explored the relationship between delirium and frailty in older inpatients to determine the impact on survival.
This study aimed to explore the relationship between delirium and frailty in older adults discharged from hospital. The investigators used a multidimensional linear regression model for analysis.
The authors sought to evaluate the association between delirium and under-nutrition in elderly long-term care home residents.
This Cochrane Review aimed to determine whether non-pharmacological interventions aimed at modification of delirium risk factors can attenuate established delirium.
This review aimed to identify effective non-pharmacological interventions for reducing the incidence and duration of delirium in critically ill patients.
The authors aimed to provide clinicians of older patients a synthesized, methodologically sound resource to support decision making.