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The God delusion.
Richard Dawkins is an Oxford professor and the author of a series of best-selling books that popularize a version of evolutionary theory. According to Dawkins, evolution is driven byExpand
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The Blackfriars Consensus on brain health and dementia
www.thelancet.com Vol 383 May 24, 2014 1805 research projects in social sciences, experimental models and imaging (€8·5 million); education and training facilities (€18·8 million); and nationalExpand
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Public health and prevention: acting to make longer lives healthier
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to outline the action that can be taken to ensure longer and healthier lives. Design/methodology/approach – The paper draws on theExpand
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Medical generalism in a modern NHS: preparing for a turbulent future.
The financial challenges faced by the NHS is aligned with significant social, demographic, technological, and cultural change, which collectively challenges the ability of the NHS to meet the needsExpand
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Effective interventions for potentially modifiable risk factors for late-onset dementia: a costs and cost-effectiveness modelling study
Summary Background The potential economic value of interventions to prevent late-onset dementia is unknown. We modelled this for potentially modifiable risk factors for dementia. Methods For thisExpand
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Effective interventions for potentially modifiable late-onset dementia risk factors: their costs and cost-effectiveness
Background The potential economic value of interventions to prevent late-onset dementia is unknown. We modelled this for potentially modifiable dementia risk factors. Methods We searched PubMed andExpand
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Enhancing patient experience through personalization of health services
Patient engagement is a challenge many leaders are facing, as consumer expectations of health services demand a more personalized approach to care. This article examines consumer trends that areExpand
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The Health Reforms: Time for Reflection or Acceleration?
The health reforms in England are at a critical stage. Much has been written about them, both for and against. It may be helpful to take stock of what the options are before forming a view as toExpand