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|Dementia Research Brief (web).pdf||Research Briefing||438Kb||Adobe PDF|
|Title: ||CARDI Research Brief: A comparison of people seeking help at memory clinics in Belfast and Dublin|
|Citation: ||A comparison of people seeking help at memory clinics in Belfast and Dublin. CARDI: Belfast/Dublin. 2012|
|Issue Date: ||11-Jun-2012 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.cardi.ie/publications/cardiresearchbriefacomparisonofpeopleseekinghelpatmemoryclinicsinbelfastanddublin|
|Description: ||In 2011, CARDI funded a project led by Dr. Suzanne Barrett of the Centre for Public Health, Queen’s University Belfast, which aimed to examine and compare some of the characteristics of people seeking help at memory clinics in Belfast and Dublin.
A Comparison of People Presenting with Symptoms of Dementia in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland (Barrett, et al., 2012) looked at two memory clinics, the Belfast City Hospital Clinic in Northern Ireland (NI) and the Mercer’s Memory Clinic at St. James’s Hospital, Dublin, in
the Republic of Ireland (ROI). This research brief is based on the findings of the project, conducted as part of CARDI’s data mining programme, as well as additional research on the context of dementia care and diagnosis across the island of Ireland.|
|Local subject classification: ||MEMORY|
|Series/Report no.: ||CARDI Research Briefs|
|Appears in Collections: ||CARDI|
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