Simultaneous temporal trends in dementia incidence and prevalence, 2005-2013: a population-based retrospective cohort study in Saskatchewan, Canada.

@article{Kosteniuk2016SimultaneousTT,
  title={Simultaneous temporal trends in dementia incidence and prevalence, 2005-2013: a population-based retrospective cohort study in Saskatchewan, Canada.},
  author={Julie G. Kosteniuk and Debra Gail Morgan and Megan E O'Connell and Andrew Kirk and Margaret F Crossley and Gary F. Teare and Norma J. Stewart and Vanina Dal Bello-Haas and Lesley McBain and Haizhen Mou and Dorothy Forbes and Anthea Innes and Jacqueline M. Quail},
  journal={International psychogeriatrics},
  year={2016},
  volume={28 10},
  pages={1643-58}
}
BACKGROUND Original studies published over the last decade regarding time trends in dementia report mixed results. The aims of the present study were to use linked administrative health data for the province of Saskatchewan for the period 2005/2006 to 2012/2013 to: (1) examine simultaneous temporal trends in annual age- and sex-specific dementia incidence and prevalence among individuals aged 45 and older, and (2) stratify the changes in incidence over time by database of identification… CONTINUE READING

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