Reducing antipsychotic use in residential care
4 December 2012
Antipsychotics are commonly used for management of behavioral symptoms among people with dementia. While there has been a reduction in antipsychotic use for dementia in the United States, its use has continued to increase in Australian residential care facilities. Find out how Dr Clement Loy hopes to understand the gaps between evidence and practice in anti-psychotic drug use in residential care.
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