All Relations between Dementia and decision making

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Doug Pace, Shadoworee Betts, Lillian Reda, Merle Griff, Lauren Stratton, Emily Shubeck, Lakelyn Eichenberger, Nikki Holles, Lisa Holloway, Rachel Little, Sharon McGuire, Joyce Mahoney, Cole Smith, Sam Fazi. Empowering a person-centered long-term care workforce. Alzheimer's & dementia : the journal of the Alzheimer's Association. 2024-07-18. PMID:39023198. in addition, the dcpr put together a set of standards to follow to meet these needs, which includes promoting staff dementia education opportunities, creating recommendations around peer mentoring programs specific to dementia care, and increasing inclusion of direct care workers in decision-making and plans of care. 2024-07-18 2024-07-20 Not clear
Khawar Hussain, Pawel Bogucki, Neil P Pate. Comment on "Skin cancer decision-making in dementia patients". Clinical and experimental dermatology. 2024-07-16. PMID:39012955. comment on "skin cancer decision-making in dementia patients". 2024-07-16 2024-07-19 Not clear
Crystal M Glover, Lei Yu, Peter A Lichtenberg, S Duke Han, Melissa Lamar, Christopher C Stewart, David A Bennett, Lisa L Barnes, Patricia A Boyl. Factors Associated With Healthcare and Financial Decision Making Among Older Black Adults Without Dementia. Clinical gerontologist. 2024-07-12. PMID:38992940. factors associated with healthcare and financial decision making among older black adults without dementia. 2024-07-12 2024-07-14 Not clear
Crystal M Glover, Lei Yu, Peter A Lichtenberg, S Duke Han, Melissa Lamar, Christopher C Stewart, David A Bennett, Lisa L Barnes, Patricia A Boyl. Factors Associated With Healthcare and Financial Decision Making Among Older Black Adults Without Dementia. Clinical gerontologist. 2024-07-12. PMID:38992940. the study aims to identify factors associated with health care and financial decision-making among older black adults without dementia. 2024-07-12 2024-07-14 Not clear
Amee Bair. Denial of Desire for Death in Dementia: Why Is Dementia Excluded from Australian Voluntary Assisted Dying Legislation? Journal of law and medicine. vol 31. issue 2. 2024-07-04. PMID:38963252. this article discusses australian vad eligibility criteria that are problematic for people with dementia: (1) time until death within 12 months, (2) decision-making capacity for vad, and (3) determination of intolerable suffering. 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 human
Melanie Page, Leila Asfour, Andrew Finla. Skin cancer decision-making in dementia patients. Clinical and experimental dermatology. 2024-06-28. PMID:38938018. skin cancer decision-making in dementia patients. 2024-06-28 2024-06-30 Not clear
Simon Kinch, Frederik Schou-Juul, Sofie Smedegaard Skov, Nana Cecilie Halmsted Kongsholm, Sigurd Lauridse. The use of advance directives for autonomy in dementia care: A scoping meta-review and thematic synthesis. Archives of gerontology and geriatrics. vol 126. 2024-06-20. PMID:38901137. dementia may reduce individuals' capacity for autonomy and decision-making competence. 2024-06-20 2024-06-23 human
Fanny Monnet, Michael P Craven, Charlèss Dupont, Lieve Van den Block, Lara Pivodi. Usability of web-based tools designed for communication and decision-making in dementia: Systematic review and design brief. International journal of medical informatics. vol 188. 2024-05-21. PMID:38772276. usability of web-based tools designed for communication and decision-making in dementia: systematic review and design brief. 2024-05-21 2024-05-27 Not clear
Fanny Monnet, Michael P Craven, Charlèss Dupont, Lieve Van den Block, Lara Pivodi. Usability of web-based tools designed for communication and decision-making in dementia: Systematic review and design brief. International journal of medical informatics. vol 188. 2024-05-21. PMID:38772276. there is an increased number of web-based tools designed for people with dementia and their family caregivers and addressing communication and decision-making. 2024-05-21 2024-05-27 Not clear
Fanny Monnet, Michael P Craven, Charlèss Dupont, Lieve Van den Block, Lara Pivodi. Usability of web-based tools designed for communication and decision-making in dementia: Systematic review and design brief. International journal of medical informatics. vol 188. 2024-05-21. PMID:38772276. there is a need for high quality and user-friendly web-based tools that support communication and decision-making for people with dementia and their family caregivers. 2024-05-21 2024-05-27 Not clear
Nuria Carcavilla-González, Gema Escalada San Adrián, Eduard Minobes-Molina, Sandra Pàmies-Tejedor, Victoria Roncal-Belzunce, Laura Atarés-Rodríguez, José Augusto García-Navarr. A Paradigm Shift on Deinstitutionalization and Dementia Care: A Narrative Review. Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD. 2024-05-17. PMID:38759003. ethical considerations related to the autonomy and decision-making capacity of people living with dementia are discussed. 2024-05-17 2024-05-27 Not clear
Peiyuan Zhang, Ebow Nketsiah, Hyunjin No. Service Provider Perspectives on Advance Care Planning Use in Rural Dementia Patients and Caregivers: A Qualitative Study. Journal of gerontological social work. 2024-05-06. PMID:38709892. acp earlier in the disease trajectory is particularly important for people with dementia (pwd) due to its progressive nature affecting their decision-making ability. 2024-05-06 2024-05-27 human
Retisha Warr, Nicole Ruggiano, Jane Daquin, Monica Anderson Herzog, Zhe Jiang, Jeff Gra. Health Information Seeking Using Tech and Non-Tech Sources Among a Diverse Sample of Caregivers in the Deep South. Journal of gerontological social work. 2024-04-25. PMID:38662939. caregivers of people living with dementia (plwd) are often tasked with making decisions about their loved one's daily care and healthcare treatment, causing stress and decision-making fatigue. 2024-04-25 2024-04-28 Not clear
Rie Konno, Kumiyo Inoue, Yumiko Matsushita, Kokoro Hashimoto, Richard Wiechula, Timothy To, Timothy J Schult. Barriers to Advance Care Planning in Older Adults With Dementia, Their Families and Healthcare Professionals: An Umbrella Review of Qualitative Evidence. Research on aging. vol 46. issue 5-6. 2024-04-23. PMID:38242164. the synthesis yielded 16 descriptive themes and five analytical themes: making the wishes/preferences of persons with dementia visible; constructive collaboration based on stakeholders having positive relationships; emotional chaos in facing end-of-life substitute decision-making; initiating the advance care planning process; and preparedness and commitment of healthcare providers to advance care planning. 2024-04-23 2024-04-26 Not clear
Annette Plantinga, Petrie F Roodbol, Barbara C van Munster, Evelyn J Finnem. Nurses' perspectives on shared decision-making in the daily care of hospitalized patients with dementia: An exploratory qualitative study. Journal of advanced nursing. 2024-04-09. PMID:38590041. nurses' perspectives on shared decision-making in the daily care of hospitalized patients with dementia: an exploratory qualitative study. 2024-04-09 2024-04-11 Not clear
Annette Plantinga, Petrie F Roodbol, Barbara C van Munster, Evelyn J Finnem. Nurses' perspectives on shared decision-making in the daily care of hospitalized patients with dementia: An exploratory qualitative study. Journal of advanced nursing. 2024-04-09. PMID:38590041. gain insight into the process of shared decision-making (sdm) in daily hospital care for patients with dementia from nurses' perspectives. 2024-04-09 2024-04-11 Not clear
Zena Aldridge, Karen Harrison Denin. Risk management and decision-making in dementia care. Nursing older people. 2024-03-20. PMID:38504558. risk management and decision-making in dementia care. 2024-03-20 2024-03-23 Not clear
Stanley A Terman, Karl E Steinberg, Nathaniel Hinerma. Timely dying in dementia: Use patients' judgments and broaden the concept of suffering. Alzheimer's & dementia (Amsterdam, Netherlands). vol 16. issue 1. 2024-03-18. PMID:38496716. sway decision-making surrogates from withholding life-sustaining treatments from patients with middle-stage dementia? 2024-03-18 2024-03-20 Not clear
Stephen E Nadea. Lecanemab Questions. Neurology. vol 102. issue 7. 2024-03-14. PMID:38484213. the value of the outcome to participants is not defined in the absolute terms necessary for clinical decision-making, and the difference attributable to lecanemab was between 18% and 46% of estimates of the minimal clinically important difference on the clinical dementia rating scale sum of boxes. 2024-03-14 2024-03-17 human
Tammy T Hshie. Incident dementia or cognitive decline after elective surgery in older adults: Highlighting the importance of shared decision-making. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2024-02-26. PMID:38407451. incident dementia or cognitive decline after elective surgery in older adults: highlighting the importance of shared decision-making. 2024-02-26 2024-02-28 Not clear