Data from: Economic evaluation of a general hospital unit for older people with delirium and dementia (TEAM randomised controlled trial)

Lukasz Tanajewski, Matthew Franklin, Georgios Gkountouras, Vladislav Berdunov, Rowan H. Harwood, Sarah E. Goldberg, Lucy E. Bradshaw, John R. F. Gladman & Rachel A. Elliott
Background: One in three hospital acute medical admissions is of an older person with cognitive impairment. Their outcomes are poor and the quality of their care in hospital has been criticised. A specialist unit to care for older people with delirium and dementia (the Medical and Mental Health Unit, MMHU) was developed and then tested in a randomised controlled trial where it delivered significantly higher quality of, and satisfaction with, care, but no significant benefits...
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