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Appears in Collections:Faculty of Social Sciences Research Reports
Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Literature review: the cost effectiveness of assistive technology in supporting people with dementia
Authors: Bowes, Alison
Dawson, Alison
Greasley-Adams, Corinne
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Citation: Bowes A, Dawson A & Greasley-Adams C (2013) Literature review: the cost effectiveness of assistive technology in supporting people with dementia. The Atlantic Philanthropies. Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling.
Keywords: dementia
assistive technology
literature review
Issue Date: Oct-2013
Publisher: Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling
Abstract: Despite much emphasis on the potential of assistive technologies of many varieties to deliver cost effective ways of supporting people with dementia, and clear indications of this potential, rigorous cost-effectiveness studies of these technologies for this group remain largely absent. The review includes consideration of the indicative evidence. This report describes the process and results of the literature review. Extensive searches identified a large literature, of which 59 items were systematically reviewed and quality assessed.
Type: Research Report
Rights: Copyright holder: Dementia Services Development centre. May not be downloaded, copied, reproduced, transmitted, stored, sold or distributed without the prior written consent of the Dementia Services Development Centre. This excludes downloading, copying and/or printing of pages for personal, non-commercial home use only.
Affiliation: Faculty of Social Sciences
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