What’s new in October?

Findings from a recent meta-analysis suggest that virtual reality interventions could be useful for people with mild cognitive impairment or dementia:

The effectiveness of virtual reality for people with mild cognitive impairment or dementia: a meta-analysis

(Kim et al., 2019)

 

New pilot RCT of behavioral activation for people with mild dementia:

Behavioral Activation for Promoting Well-Being in Mild Dementia: Feasibility and Outcomes of a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

(Orgeta et al., 2019)

 

A systematic review investigating the effect of non-pharmacological interventions on hospital admissions in people with dementia:

Can non-pharmacological interventions reduce hospital admissions in people with dementia? A systematic review

(Packer et al., 2019)

 

A prospective study including 108 Taiwanese persons with Parkinson’s disease found that neuropsychiatric symptoms were associated with caregiver distress and disease severity:

Neuropsychiatric symptoms in Parkinson’s disease: association with caregiver distress and disease severity.

(Tsai et al., 2019)

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