Dementia and Alzheimer Disease: The Importance of Considering the Human, Social and Political Context in Research and Practice

@article{Cloos2017DementiaAA,
  title={Dementia and Alzheimer Disease: The Importance of Considering the Human, Social and Political Context in Research and Practice},
  author={P. Cloos},
  journal={West Indian Medical Journal},
  year={2017}
}
  • P. Cloos
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • West Indian Medical Journal
  • Objective: To suggest some avenues of research and priorities in the Caribbean in the domain of dementia and Alzheimer disease from a social science perspective. Methods: To present and discuss, based on the current literature, the recommendations that were made by the participants of an international workshop on Alzheimer disease that was organized in 2013 during the annual conference of the Caribbean Public Health Association. Results: Workshop participants identified the following priorities… CONTINUE READING

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