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by Dr Ankush Singhal
and Dr Rahul
Last updated: April 2019
Dementia is one of the leading causes of morbidity in the
old age population. It is manifested in myriad forms including
cognitive deterioration, behavioural symptoms, personality changes,
and psychotic symptoms.
This is further compounded by physical
morbidities and social difficulties encountered in this age group.
That makes the assessment of dementia essentially a
One of the behavioural symptoms
encountered in dementia is inappropriate sexual behaviour (ISB).
Although not so common, it is one of the most difficult behavioural
aspects to assess and manage, which causes a great deal of distress
particularly in carers, family members, nursing staff and other
In this module we will cover:
dementia by Dr Dane Rayment, Dr Lauren McCluskey, Prof Iain
Lyburn and Dr Tarun Kuruvilla
Substance use disorders in older people by
Dr Rahul Rao and Professor Ilana Crome
dementias by Dr Aijaz Ahmed, Dr Michael Jubb, Dr Rumana
Chowdhury and Dr Ben Alderson
capacity, empowerment and conflicts of
interest by Professor
Cornelius Katona and Dr Gill Livingston
Neuropsychiatric problems in Parkinson's disease
by Dr J. Serra-Mestres and Dr S. Mukhopadhyay
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