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Q Does training and support for nursing home staff reduce neuroleptic use in people with dementia?
Cluster randomised controlled trial.
Single blind (assessors blinded).
Follow up period:
Twelve nursing homes for people with dementia, London, Newcastle, and Oxford, UK; July 2003 to July 2004.
Residents of 12 nursing homes for mentally impaired elderly people; 349 people were resident at randomisation. Homes were eligible if more than 25% of the residents had dementia and were taking neuroleptic medication.
Six homes received the skills training and support intervention and six provided usual care. Randomisation was stratified by location and the proportion of residents taking neuroleptic medication. The training and support intervention was delivered over 10 months by a psychologist, occupational therapist, or nurse and involved staff skills training and Cohen-Mansfield behavioural management techniques.
Proportion of people receiving neuroleptics …
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