September 30, 2016

Dementia Evidence Toolkit

Dementia Evidence Toolkit is a comprehensive free web tool providing easy access to research evidence on dementia care and treatment.

Dementia Evidence Toolkit is a comprehensive free web tool providing easy access to research evidence on dementia care and treatment.


It has a searchable database and provides plain-language summaries of research findings for care and treatment interventions and a rating for each. The summaries look at: why is the intervention important, does it work, how strong is the evidence, how much does it cost and is it cost-effective. It also indicates which interventions require further research.

The toolkit was developed by researchers at The London School of Economics and Political Science’s Personal Social Services Research Unit as part of the MODEM (Modelling the Outcome and Cost Impacts of Interventions for Dementia) project.

It can be accessed freely at http://toolkit.modem-dementia.org.uk/

Extract from

Australian Journal of Dementia Care

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