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References 1. Allport, G. W. (1935). Attitudes. In Murchison C. (Ed.), Handbook of Social Psychology (pp. 798–844). Worcester, MA: Clark University Press. 2. Alzheimer’s Society (2015). How to Get in Involved. Retrieved from https://www.dementiafriends.org.uk/Webarticle?Page=How-To-Get-Involved#.Wyaqqtvkjiu 3. Annear, M. J., Eccleston, C. E., McInerney, F. J., Elliott, K. E. J., Toye, C. M., Tranter, B. K., & Robinson, A. L. (2016). A new standard in dementia knowledge measurement: Comparative validation of the dementia knowledge assessment scale and the

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References 1. Desmond DW, Moroney JT, Paik MC, et al. Frequency and clinical determinants of dementia after ischemic stroke. Neurology. 2000;54:1124-31. 2. Yannick B, Corine AE, Jerome D, et al. Prevalence of Early Dementia After First-Ever Stroke: A 24-Year Population-Based Study Stroke. 2011;42:607-612. 3. Sarah EV, Niels DP, Tom den H, et al. Silent Brain Infarcts and the Risk of Dementia and Cognitive Decline. N Engl J Med. 2003; 348:1215-22. 4. Henon H, Durieu I, Guerouaou D, et al. Poststroke dementia: incidence and relationship to prestroke cognitive

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ABBREVIATIONS WHO - World Health Organization PWD - people with dementia DAS - Dementia Attitudes Scale ADRD - sAlzheimer’s disease and related dementia REFERENCES 1. Alzheimer’s Disease International: World Alzheimer Report. (2015). The global impact of dementia. Retrieved August 25, 2018, from https://www.alz.co.uk/research/world-report-2015 . 2. Leposavić, I., Leposavić, Lj. & Gavrilović, P. (2010). Depression vs. dementia: A comparative analysis of neuropsychological functions. Psihologija. 43:137-53. DOI:10.2298/PSI1002137 L. 3. National institite of

Optimierung der Versorgung von Menschen mit Demenz im Krankenaus geschehen, eine Investition in Nachhaltigkeit und somit Zeichen einer lernenden Organisation ist. Als ein Vorbild sei exemplarisch für die Exzellenzbeispiele aus dem englischsprachigen Raum – Schlagwort „dementia-friendly hospital“ – Schottlands National Dementia Strategy 2013-2016 erwähnt (www.gov.scot/Resource/0042/00423472.pdf). Hier finden sich neben Standards für die stationäre Versorgung von Demenzpatienten/-innen weitreichende Hinweise zur Unterstützung von Demenzerkrankten, wie beispielsweise vom

, idiom, and irony processing. Neuropsychologia, 50, 2669-2683 doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2012.07.021 Bridges, K. A., Van Lancker Sidtis, D. (2013). Formulaic language in Alzheimer's disease. Aphasiology, 27(7), 799-810. doi: 10.1080/02687038.2012.757760 Brown, R., McNeill, D. (1966). The “tip of the tongue” phenomenon. Journal of Verbal Learning and Behavior, 5(4), 325-337. doi: 10.1016/S0022- 5371(66)80040-3 Bucks, R. S., Singh, S., Cuerden, J. M., & Wilcock, G. K. (2000). Analysis of spontaneous, conversational speech in dementia of Alzheimer type

Increasing numbers of older adults diagnosed with dementia are hospitalized with hip fractures [ 1 ] and have an increased risk of developing delirium. Delirium occurs in over half of hip fracture patients with dementia. Furthermore, delirium may accelerate the clinical course and speed of cognitive decline. It may also be associated with worse long-term outcomes, including worsening of the severity of dementia, further deterioration of cognitive and physical function [ 2 ], and prolonged length of hospitalization and rehospitalization within 30 days; nursing

Background Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia are chronic and degenerative diseases caused by neurodegeneration ( Prince et al., 2013 ). They mainly affect older people and often cause disability and dependency ( Sousa et al., 2009 ). It is estimated that approximately 35.6 million people worldwide suffer from dementia; in Germany, more than 1.5 million people are currently affected by this disorder ( Prince et al., 2013 ). Furthermore, projections for Germany assume that by 2050, as a result of the population growing older, there will be 2.6 million

, Chillon JM, Choukroun G, Massy ZA. Cognitive disorders and dementia in CKD: the neglected kidney-brain axis. J Am Soc Nephrol 2013; 24(3): 53–63. 26. Madero M, Gul A, Sarnak MJ. Cognitive function in chronic kidney disease. Seminars in Dialysis [Wiley online library] 2008; 21(1): 29–37. 27. Kerr E, Craig D, McGuinness B, Dynan KB, Fogarty D, Johnston JA, Passmore AP. Reduced estimated glomerular filtration rate in Alzheimer's disease. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 2009; 24(9): 27–32. 28. Koushik NS, McArthur SF, Baird AD. Adult chronic kidney disease: neurocognition in