Welcome to the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group, part of Cochrane’s Mental Health and Neuroscience Network.

Our aim is to provide the highest quality evidence about the care and medical treatment of people with dementia, delirium and other cognitive disorders, and about the diagnosis and prevention of these disorders. We do this by producing systematic reviews addressing questions which are important to patients, their families, and healthcare professionals from all disciplines. You can read more about our scope and our work here.

We welcome contact from anyone who would like to help us to identify important questions, produce or publicise our reviews, or just generally comment on our work.

June 2021 News

This month Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group Co-ordinating Editors took part in the NIHR Dementia Researcher podcast. They spoke with regular guest host Dr Anna Volkmer about how the group support evidence-informed decision making in healthcare, work on undertaking systematic reviews and how to become involved.

Dr Terry Quinn, Clinical Senior Lecturer, Honorary Consultant and Joint co-ordinating editor of Cochrane Dementia Group. Terry is a clinician working in stroke and older adult services in Glasgow is also the national lead for ageing research in Scotland.

Dr Jenny McCleery, Consultant Psychiatrist & Joint co-ordinating editor of Cochrane who describes herself as first, and foremost a Clinician. In her day-job she works as part of a community team for Older Adults at Oxfordshire Health NHS Foundation Trust.

You can listen to the podcast here


Further details are available here