The effectiveness of collaborative care for people with memory problems in primary care: results of the CAREDEM case management modelling and feasibility study.

@article{Iliffe2014TheEO,
  title={The effectiveness of collaborative care for people with memory problems in primary care: results of the CAREDEM case management modelling and feasibility study.},
  author={Stephen Iliffe and Amy Waugh and Marie Poole and Claire H Bamford and Katie Rhian Brittain and Carolyn Anne Chew-Graham and Chris Fox and Cornelius L. E. Katona and Gill Livingston and Jill Manthorpe and N. W. Steen and Barbara A Stephens and Vanessa E. Hogan and Louise Robinson},
  journal={Health technology assessment},
  year={2014},
  volume={18 52},
  pages={1-148}
}
BACKGROUND People with dementia and their families need support in different forms, but currently services are often fragmented with variable quality of care. Case management offers a way of co-ordinating services along the care pathway and therefore could provide individualised support; however, evidence of the effectiveness of case management for dementia is inconclusive. OBJECTIVE To adapt the intervention used in a promising case management project in the USA and test its feasibility and… CONTINUE READING
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