- Ian Cameron, University of Sydney
- Kee-Lee Chou, The Hong Kong Institute of Education
- Danan Gu, United Nations
- Koen Milisen, KU Leuven
- John Tower, University of Southern California
- Pieter Jelle Visser, Vrije Universiteit Medical Center
- Giulia Mangiameli, BioMed Central
Residents in care homes have a higher risk of antibiotic consumption in particular for urinary tract infections, suggesting the need for guidelines to avoid overuse in this setting.
Public attitude towards screening for dementia is complex and influenced by several factors including awareness and stigma in both patients, public and clinicians.
Pain is strongly associated with depression and weakly associated with neuropsychiatric symptoms and physical function, probably due to the lack of accurate instruments to measure it.
BMC Geriatrics 2015, 15:115
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