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The effects of the music-with-movement intervention on the cognitive functions of people with moderate dementia: a randomized controlled trial
ABSTRACT Objective: The aim of this study was to examine the effects of the six-week music-with-movement (MM) intervention, as compared with music listening (ML) and social activity (SA), on theExpand
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Conceptual framework for cognitive function enhancement in people with dementia.
AIM This aim of this study is to propose a conceptual framework for guiding interventions to enhance the cognitive function of people with dementia. BACKGROUND Few studies have been published onExpand
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Guidelines on timing in replacing peripheral intravenous catheters.
AIMS To design clinical guidelines on timing for replacing peripheral intravenous catheters, in an attempt to decrease complications and lower related expenditures. BACKGROUND Intravenous therapyExpand
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The use of smartphones for wayfinding by people with mild dementia
The aim of this study was to explore the acceptability, feasibility and usability of older people with mild dementia to use smartphone for wayfinding. Thirty cognitively normal older people and 16Expand
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Interdisciplinary collaboration in the use of a music-with-movement intervention to promote the wellbeing of people with dementia and their families: Development of an evidence-based intervention
The music-with-movement intervention is particularly suitable for people with dementia because their gross motor ability is preserved until the later stage of dementia. This study examines the effectExpand
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Frailty and its association with the Mediterranean diet, life-space, and social participation in community-dwelling older people.
Frailty is a common and vulnerable state in older people, which leads to a higher risk of adverse health outcomes. This cross-sectional study examined the association between frailty and itsExpand
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Anticipatory grief of spousal and adult children caregivers of people with dementia
BackgroundAnticipatory grief (AG) among caregivers of people with dementia is common and has been found to be related to negative health outcomes. Previous studies showed different patterns of AGExpand
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Overview of dementia care under the three‐tier long‐term care system of China
OBJECTIVES This paper provides an overview of the status of dementia care in Mainland China under the framework of the three-tier long-term care system proposed by the Chinese government, and givesExpand
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Lesson Learned from Peer Volunteers in a Peer-Led Pain Management Program among Nursing Home Residents
  • M. Tse, S. Ng, +5 authors S. Yeung
  • Medicine
  • International journal of environmental research…
  • 26 August 2019
Background: Chronic pain is common among older adults and is associated with adverse physical and psychological outcomes. Given the burden of pain and limited healthcare resources, devisingExpand
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The effect of e-health interventions promoting physical activity in older people: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Introduction The objectives of this review paper were to synthesize the data from randomized controlled trials in the literature to come to a conclusion on the effects of e-health interventions onExpand
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