Identifying patients with dementia: From clinical judgement and simple tests to precision medicine
|An Exeter Medical School seminar|
|Date||14 December 2016|
|Time||13:00 to 14:00|
|Place||JS07, Smeall Building, |
(with video link to Knowledge Spa, Truro – F083)
Dr David Llewellyn, Senior Research Fellow in Clinical Epidemiology, University of Exeter Medical School
Identifying people with dementia is clinically challenging given its syndromic nature and the non-specific pattern of signs and symptoms associated with it. We are developing a computerised decision support system (DECODE) to address this clinical problem and enhance the dementia diagnostic pathway.
Join us afterwards for our informal monthly APEx meeting: updates on progress in
APEx and networking (refreshments will be served).
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