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Tom Dening

Tom Dening
Professor of Dementia Research
Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

Tom is the head of the Centre for Dementia in the Institute of Mental Health at Nottingham. With over 20 years experience as a Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry, he is currently an Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist with Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. Tom has extensive NHS management and leadership experience.

Tom Dening

Book review: American Dementia: Brain Health in an Unhealthy Society

By Daniel R. George & Peter J. Whitehouse

Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 2021, pp 404, ISBN 9781421440477

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Alzheimer’s Disease International has been producing annual reports for over a decade and they provide a most valuable resource, with up to date worldwide figures on dementia and providing a welcome global perspective.

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By which we mean the medical use of oxygen delivered at greater than atmospheric pressure. It involves the use of a special pressure chamber, which may be for an individual or sometimes it is a larger room that will accommodate several people.

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This is a fun subject but also an important social ritual. The dried leaves of Camellia sinensis infused with very hot water make a delicious drink, as we all know.

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Between 1931 and 1972, the French writer Georges Simenon (1903-1989) published 75 novels featuring the celebrated Detective Chief Inspector Maigret.

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As dementia results from changes in the brain, it is unsurprising that people with dementia often have disrupted sleep patterns. Changes in sleep pattern may occur before a person has enough other symptoms to acquire a diagnosis of dementia.

Tom Dening

As dementia results from changes in the brain, it is unsurprising that people with dementia often have disrupted sleep patterns. Changes in sleep pattern may occur before a person has enough other symptoms to acquire a diagnosis of dementia.

Tom Dening

The Centre for Dementia is based at the Institute of Mental Health on the University’s Jubilee Campus, and it is one of several mental health research groups based there.

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It is worrying that there appears to be a sharp increase in deaths in the community that are not known to be due to covid-19.

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This blog was written in response to an article in the Independent by James Moore, see https://edition.independent.co.uk/editions/uk.co.independent.issue.100

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