Do cognitive interventions improve general cognition in dementia? A meta-analysis and meta-regression

@inproceedings{Huntley2015DoCI,
  title={Do cognitive interventions improve general cognition in dementia? A meta-analysis and meta-regression},
  author={Jonathan Huntley and Rebecca L. Gould and Kevin Z. Liu and Matthew Raymond Smith and Robert Howard},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVES To review the efficacy of cognitive interventions on improving general cognition in dementia. METHOD Online literature databases and trial registers, previous systematic reviews and leading journals were searched for relevant randomised controlled trials. A systematic review, random-effects meta-analyses and meta-regression were conducted. Cognitive interventions were categorised as: cognitive stimulation (CS), involving a range of social and cognitive activities to stimulate… CONTINUE READING
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