Reminiscence Therapy Improves Cognitive Functions and Reduces Depressive Symptoms in Elderly People With Dementia : A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

@inproceedings{Candy2015ReminiscenceTI,
  title={Reminiscence Therapy Improves Cognitive Functions and Reduces Depressive Symptoms in Elderly People With Dementia : A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials},
  author={B Candy and M Elliott and K Moore and V Vickerstaff and L SampsonE and L Jones and Van Riet and J Paap and E Mariani and R Chattat and R Koopmans and H Kerherve and W Leppert and M Forycka and L Radbruch and B Jaspers and K Vissers and M Vernooij-Dassen and Y Engels},
  year={2015}
}
  • Candy B, Elliott M, +16 authors Engels Y
  • Published 2015
Background: Globally, the number of people who die with dementia is increasing. The importance of a palliative approach in the care of people with dementia is recognised and there are national polices to enhance current care. In the UK implementation of these polices is promoted by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Dementia Quality Standards (QS). Since publication of the QS new care interventions have been developed. Aim: To explore critically the current… CONTINUE READING
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