Canada's first national dementia strategy sets out a vision for the future and identifies common principles and national objectives to help guide actions by all levels of government, non-governmental organizations, communities, families and individuals. The actions undertaken to achieve the strategy's national objectives may evolve over time, but every action will bring Canada closer to the vision of a Canada in which all people living with dementia and caregivers are valued and supported, quality of life is optimized, and dementia is prevented, well understood, and effectively treated.
This literature review from the International Federation on Ageing is intended to assist society, organizations, patient advocates, academics and governments to gain a deeper understanding of the primary and secondary benefits offered by immunization. 34 pages. Last reviewed July 2019.
This Institute for Healthcare Improvement publication describes the 4Ms framework to guide all care of older adults wherever and whenever they touch your health system's care and services. 60 pages. Last reviewed June 2019.
The study described in this article examined the patterns of sleep quality before, during and after hospitalization as well as predictors of sleep quality patterns. The investigators also examined the predictors of classification discordance between two suggested clinical cutoffs used to demarcate poor/good sleep. 7 pages. Last reviewed May 2019.
This article describes an examination of age-related differences in self-reported sleep quality and their association with health outcomes across four domains: physical health, cognitive health, mental health and neural health. 13 pages. Last reviewed May 2019.
This article describes the findings of an observational cohort sleep study investigating the relationship of periodic limb movement during sleep disorder and incident cardiovascular disease among community-dwelling elderly men. 19 pages. Last reviewed May 2019.
The authors of this population-based cohort study the authors observed that REM sleep behaviour disorder is correlated with an increased risk of developing mild cognitive impairment or Parkinson's disease over four years. 15 pages. Last reviewed May 2019.