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Pharmacological evidence 22-26Mar 2019

Webinar – Evidence-Based Pharmacological Treatment of Behavioural Symptoms of Dementia

evidence-based treatments for behavioural symptoms of dementia

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  • Understand the common behavioural symptoms of dementia that may respond to pharmacological treatments.
  • Review evidence-based treatments for behavioural symptoms of dementia balancing risks and benefits
  • Develop an approach to using pharmacological treatments for behavioral symptoms of dementia
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Behaviors in dementia

Behavioural changes in dementia involve both non-pharmacologic approaches and pharmacologic treatments. This is designed for family physicians to help implement behaviour assessment and management strategies for patients with dementia.

Driving and Dementia Coming Soon


DRIVING AND DEMENTIA; considerations for primary care practitioners

A diagnosis of dementia doesn’t automatically translate into the inability to drive. Consensus guidelines recommend that older adults with moderate to severe dementia not drive. Older adults with mild dementia are at higher risk for crashes.

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Assessment of Capacity in Dementia Care

Progressive dementias, like Alzheimer Disease, ultimately interfere with decision making abilities. This program addresses the need for assessment of capacity to make a will, to marry, to drive, to consent to treatment, to consent to admission to a care facility and other issues that arise in patients with dementias.

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Cognitive decline, such as forgetting conversations or missing appointments, could be early signs of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. Modern practice involves multiple care providers such as nurses, primary care practitioners and specialists. This module provides insights on how those who become involved in Alzheimer’s need to collaborate to deliver optimal care to this patient population.

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