A Systematic Literature Review of the Effectiveness of Non-Pharmacological Interventions to Prevent Wandering in Dementia and Evaluations of the Ethical Implications and Acceptability of Their Use
Health Technology Assessment 2006 August; 10(26): iii-108
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Effectiveness and Acceptability of Non-Pharmacological Interventions to Reduce Wandering in Dementia; a Systematic Review Robinson, L.; Hutchings, D.; Dickinson, H.O.; Corner, L.; Beyer, F.; Finch, T.; Hughes, J.; Vanoli, A.; Ballard, C.; Bond, J. (2007-01)
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