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The 2021 IPA Virtual Congress will once again feature on-demand Symposia, Free/ Orals and Poster presentations for viewing as your schedule allows. On-demand programming opens 10 November 2021 and is available for those who are interested in CME.

2021 SYMPOSIA:

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300 - Increasing Complexity Awareness of Parkinson Disease Psychosis: Risk Factors, Symptoms, Diagnosing & Management
Presenters: Linda J. Keilman, DNP,GNP-BC, FAANP (United States); Sharon Bronner, DNP (United States); Melodee Harris, PhD, APRN, GNP-BC, AGPCNP-BC, FAAN (United States)

 

301 - Social health: a pathway to inclusion and cognitive health
Presenters: Myrra Vernooij-Dassen, PhD (The Netherlands); Rabih Chattat, MD, PhD (Italy); Suraj Samtani (Australia), PhD; Isabelle van der Velpen (The Netherlands)

Description: Social health is an umbrella concept that covers how the individual relates to his or her social environment and vice versa. Presenters share a systematic review on the relationship between social health and cognitive decline and dementia, discuss how data were combined to provide a visual overview of social health (living situation, relationship status, social isolation, and loneliness) in different countries, show the social health trajectories and illustrate how pre-pandemic sociodemographic factors influence these trajectories of loneliness, social isolation and social connectedness in the early pandemic and conclude with the results of a qualitative research with people with young onset dementia and their caregivers

 

302 - The global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on those living with and caring for someone with dementia
Presenters: Clarissa Giebel, PhD (United Kingdom); Marta Lenart (Poland); Ilaria Chirico (Italy); Katarzyna M. Lion (Australia)

Description: In this symposium, we will present findings from our 5-country international comparison study on how the pandemic and associated restrictions have impacted the lives of people living with dementia and unpaid carers. We present emerging findings from interviews with over 125 people with dementia and unpaid carers from the UK, Australia, Italy, Poland, and India, and report on faster deterioration, the severe withdrawal of social care and social support services, digital technology solutions, as well as the effects on social health for people living with dementia.

 

303 - Novel Continuum of Behavioural Support in Dementia
Presenters: Morris Freedman, MD, FRCPC, FAAN (Canada); Deb Galet, M.Ed., BSc. OT (Canada); Robert Madan, MD (Canada); M. Uri Wolf (Canada)

Description: This symposium will focus on a novel continuum of behavioural support in dementia involving a game changer in care for neuropsychiatric symptoms (Virtual Behavioural Medicine Program), a model of specialized behaviour support teams embedded across the continuum of care (Behaviour Support Services for Seniors Program), an acute inpatient neurobehavioural unit that is integrated with the Virtual Behavioural Medicine Program, and a Transitional Behavioural Support Unit. This novel continuum of behavioural support represents a scalable model that can be adopted worldwide.

 

304 - Mental healthcare services and advocacy for older people amidst the COVID crisis: Voices from South Asia
Presenters: Dr. Afzal Javed (Pakistan); Dr. Gautam Saha (India); Dr. Sudarshan Narsingh (Nepal); Dr. G.Prasad Rao (India); Dr. Waziul Alam Chowdhury (Bangladesh); Debanjan Banerjee, MD (Moderator, India)

Description: Asia has some of the fastest developing economies and largest conglomerations of populations in the world. One such geographically unique region is South Asia, which accounts for nearly 25% of the global population and one-fifth of the psychiatric morbidity worldwide. This region is also ageing rapidly compared to rest of the world due to modifications in healthcare facilities, hygiene, and lifestyle as well as improved sanitation and infection control. Besides, some of the South Asian countries have also been worst-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic which has led to an exaggerated psychosocial crisis among their older people. With this background, leaders in the field of psychogeriatric care from five South Asian nations come together to discuss and highlight upcoming strategies for mental health advocacy and service delivery among older people in these regions.


2021 FREE/ ORALS:

400 - Environmental stimuli in nursing homes during the COVID-19 pandemic: Lessons learned to improve the management of challenging behavior
Presenter: Inge Knippenberg, MSc (The Netherlands)

Description: COVID-19 restrictions in nursing homes resulted in a reduction in stimuli for residents. In an online  survey, Dutch healthcare professionals provided their perspectives on the effects of the reduction in untargeted stimuli (e.g., spontaneous noise) on residents with mild, advanced, or no dementia, and on different types of challenging behavior. Additionally, we asked participants’ opinions about strategies for limiting untargeted stimuli and for adjusting targeted stimuli (e.g., planned recreational activities) for optimal management of challenging behavior. In our presentation, we elaborate on the findings of this study.

 

401 - Cannabis and Older Adults
Presenter: Kiran Rabheru, MD (Cananda)

Description: The results from a variety of published sources highlight the increasing use of cannabis among older adults in addition to a reported gap in knowledge for healthcare providers regarding cannabis and older adults. In order to address this gap, the Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health (CCSMH) conducted a Needs Assessment Survey on Cannabis and Older Adults. CCSMH received 1551 responses from healthcare providers, healthcare students, caregivers and older adults in the Fall of 2020. This presentation will discuss key findings from the survey including the reality of cannabis use and older adults, and reported levels of healthcare provider knowledge and comfort prescribing and authorizing cannabis for their older patients.

 

402 - An audit of Lithium Prescribing Practices in an Old Age Psychiatry Service highlighting renal impairment in this cohort.
Presenter: Dr. Leia Valentine (Ireland)

Description: This is an audit of Lithium Prescribing Practices in an old age psychiatry service highlighting renal impairment in this cohort. The aim of the audit is to compare Lithium with prescribing practices in Psychiatry of old Age service in the North West of Ireland among adults aged 65 years or older with best practice guidelines. The results of this audit highlight room for improvement in lithium monitoring of older adults attending POA service. Furthermore, all patients prescribed lithium had impaired renal function, half had abnormal calcium and two fifths had abnormal thyroid function. This is an important finding given the associations between kidney disease and premature death.

 

403 - Paradoxical lucidity: A survey of family caregivers of persons with dementia
Presenter: Joan Griffin, PhD (United States)

Description: In this presentation we will discuss research in progress to understand “lucid episodes” among people with Alzheimer’s Disease or Related Dementias (ADRDs).   These episodes are characterized by spontaneous, relevant communication or connectedness in a person who is assumed to have permanently lost cognitive capacity.   We will discuss our approach to develop and refine typologies of lucid episodes and our planned future efforts to establish prevalence estimates, predictors of lucid episodes, and test how these episodes affect caregiver outcomes, such as complicated grief.  

 

404 - Factors associated with diagnostic delay in younger-onset dementia
Presenter: Samantha M. Loi, PhD, MD (Australia)

Description: This presentation provides the background and results to our research investigating delay to diagnosis in younger onset dementia.  Younger-onset dementia refers to a dementia when onset occurs at 65 years or less and represents about 5% of all dementias.  Due to many factors including hetereogenous presentation including psychiatric presentation, diagnostic delay is the norm and has implications for service provision and future planning.  We found time to diagnosis was 3.4 years and the risk factors were younger age of onset, a dementia that wasn't Alzheimer's nor frontotemporal and dementia and increased number of services used.

 

405 - Emotional Resilience of Older Adults During COVID-19: A Systematic Review of Studies of Stress and Well-Being
Presenter: Evelina Sterina, MD, MSCR Student (United States)

Description: Older adults and those with medical co-morbidities are at an increased risk of severe disease from viral illnesses, including COVID-19, and are especially urged to adhere to preventive measures. This presentation describes a systematic review of age as a variable in early studies of distress, depression, and/or anxiety during mass quarantine. The study explores the relationship of scores on a broad range of scales with age, including limitations of the studies and considerations for future evaluations.

 

406 - Supports received by the families of people with neurodegenerative disease: a quantitative and qualitative approach
Presenter: Alba Aza Hernández, PhD (Spain)

Description: We know that when a neurodegenerative disease (ND) is diagnosed, the family's quality of life changes drastically. However, it is necessary to conduct more specific studies, using a comprehensive quantitative-qualitative approaches that delve into the affected areas and the family's needs. In our study 300 relatives of people with ND completed the instrument FQOLS–ND, a specific scale for measuring quality of life in families caring for people with a ND. ND negatively and significantly affects the family as a whole. Despite this, the emotional and practical support they receive from both other community members and professionals and services is still very insufficient.

 

407 - Living through the pandemic as an older person: Long-term psychological impacts in low- and middle-income countries
Presenter: Clarissa Giebel, PhD (United Kingdom)

Description: We conducted 90 baseline interviews and over 50 follow- up interviews, as well as focus groups with care professionals, about the psychological impact of the restrictions on the lives of older adults and those living with dementia. We noticed stark impacts on the general lives of older adults, such as lack of income and thus lack of basic necessities. Older adults were thus more concerned with a lack of basics than focusing on their mental health and well-being, their primary focus was surviving in many instances, as opposed to living well.

 

408 - Muscle strength is an important predictor for limitations in basic activities of daily living among people with severe disability
Presenter: Jinni Wang (China)

Description: TBA

 

409 - Psychometric features of Comprehensive Geriatric Assessments (CGAs) in long-term and home care settings: A Systematic Review
Presenter: Mauricio Molinari Ulate (Spain)

Description: The presentation will take you into the journey of the Comprehensive Geriatric Assessments that has been used in long-term care and community care settings. We will review their psychometric characteristics, strengths and weaknesses, and what areas are included in the assessment.  

 

410 - A Systematic Review on Digital Health Interventions (DHIs) supporting the administration of Comprehensive Geriatric Assessments (CGAs) use in long-term and home care settings.
Presenter: Mauricio Molinari Ulate (Spain)

Description: The presentation aims to overview the different digital platforms facilitating the administration of Comprehensive Geriatric Assessments, targeting the barriers and facilitators for its usability and implementation, and describing their technical features.

 

411 - Palliative Care in Dutch Green Care Farms and Innovative Small-Scale Facilities
Presenter: Brittany DeGraves (Canada)

Description: This presentation will discuss a two-part study focused on palliative care in innovative small-scale facilities that care for older adults with dementia. Innovative Small-Scale facilities, including Dutch Green Care Farms, promote resident engagement and resident-centred care to maintain quality of life up until death. This presentation will discuss our scoping review and semi-structured interviews focused on palliative care in these innovative facilities and identify further directions for research that are needed to understand the quality of palliative care provided in these innovative facilities. 

 

412 - Empowerment for people living with dementia: an integrative literature review
Presenter: Charlotte van Corven (The Netherlands)

Description: Although the concept of empowerment seems useful for good care and support for people living with dementia, there is a lack of understanding as to how to define this concept. We performed an integrative literature review, including articles that addressed empowerment for people living with dementia in their title or abstract. We combined these results with the conceptual framework of our previous qualitative study on the definition of empowerment for people living with dementia based on stakeholders’ perspectives into a revised conceptual framework. In this presentation, we will elaborate on these results.

 

413 - Delivering tailored, holistic support to people living with dementia and their families: a new primary care intervention
Presenter: Greta Brunskill, PhD (United Kingdom)

Description: This presentation will describe the development of a new primary care post-diagnostic support intervention that aims to improve quality of life for people living with dementia and their carers. It will highlight three key challenges to delivering good quality post-diagnostic dementia support that we identified through evidence reviews and qualitative research, and underpin the focus of the new intervention. 

 

414 - Supporting staff delivering person-centered care to people with dementia in Dutch nursing homes
Presenter: Henriëtte Van Der Roest, PhD (The Netherlands)

Description: Person centered care (PCC) is seen as the golden standard for dementia care. When providing PCC, care and support are provided in line with the needs, preferences and capacities of people with dementia. PCC has positive evidence on residents’ quality of life, quality of care an wellbeing. Time constraints or high levels of cognitive impairment might hinder high levels of PCC provisioning by care professionals. Limited evidence so far show that organizational and environmental conditions, such as leadership or interdisciplinary collaboration, contribute to high PCC. During this presentation insight is provided into modifiable, organizational and environmental factors that contribute to PCC for people with dementia in Dutch nursing homes.

 

415 - Promoting empowerment for nursing homes residents with dementia: a feasibility study of the SPAN+ program
Presenter: Charlotte van Corven, PhD (The Netherlands)

Description: For feeling empowered, a sense of identity, usefulness, control, and self-worth is important for people living with dementia. We developed an empowerment intervention called the SPAN+ program to promote empowerment for nursing home residents with dementia. In this presentation, more information is provided on the experiences of healthcare professionals of two dementia special care units of one care organization who worked with the SPAN+ intervention.

 

416 - Family quality of life in Neurodegenerative Diseases and associated factors
Presenter: Eva González Ortega (Spain)

Description: Neurodegenerative diseases (NDs) are one of the major causes of dependency among older people. Their impact goes beyond the patient and affects the entire family. However, researchers have focused on family caregivers from an individual perspective, paying less attention to the family unit. The main aim was to describe the Family Quality of Life (FQOL) of people with NDs from a holistic perspective and to identify factors associated. Overall, our results confirm that NDs are especially challenging in rural areas, where families have fewer opportunities to receive professional support. Hence, there is a need to design a specific portfolio of services and resources covering all the family needs and to bring them closer to these areas.

 

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417 - Comparison of prevalence and disturbance of neuropsychic symptoms between institution-dwelling and community-dwelling patients with dementia
Presenter: Xuejiao Lu (China)

 

418 - Long-term Effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in Alzheimer’s Dementia
Presenter: Carol Sheei-Meei Wang (Taiwan)

Description: Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common type of dementia. To explore and develop effective treatments is crucial for patients with AD. In this presentation, we will introduce the pathology of AD; the limitation of current treatment for AD; the effects of tDCS in the brain; current debate of the tDCS effects in AD; the selection of tDCS target region – left DLPFC for AD; study design; results and conclusions.

 

419 - Effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB)
Presenter: Carol Sheei-Meei Wang (Taiwan)

Description: Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is the second common type of dementia. To explore and develop effective treatments is crucial for patients with DLB. In this presentation, we will introduce the pathology of DLB; the limitation of current treatment in DLB; the cognitive effects of tDCS in the brain; the study method, results, conclusion, and future direction.

 

Late Withdrawl
420 - Ketamine Treatment in Geriatric Depression
Presenter: Janette C. Leal, MD (United States)

 

421 - Prevalence of Pain in Dementia Subtypes: Data from a National Sample of Aged Care Residents in Australia
Presenter: Mustafa Atee (Australia)

Description: This presentation will discuss the prevalence and intensity of pain in major dementia subtypes and examine the association of pain with behaviours and psychological symptoms of dementia.

 

422 - Evaluating the Clinical Impact of National Dementia Behavior Support Programs on Neuropsychiatric Outcomes in Australia
Presenter: Mustafa Atee (Australia)

Description: This presentation will describe services and neuropsychiatric outcomes associated with the provision of psychosocial person-centred care interventions delivered by national multidisciplinary dementia-specific behaviour support programs in Australia.

 

423 - Characteristics of specialized units for people with dementia and very severe challenging behavior in the Netherlands: a mixed method study
Presenter: Gerrie Van Voorden, MD (The Netherlands)

Description: Little is known about the raising number of specialized units for patients with dementia and severe challenging behavior in the Netherlands. During this presentation you will learn more about organizational and treatment characteristics of a sample of these units.

 

424 - Cardiac Healthcare Disparities in Schizophrenia at the End-of-Life
Presenter: Joshua Baruth, MD, PhD (United States)

Description: Individuals with schizophrenia are at greater risk of early mortality and sudden cardiac death compared to those without psychiatric disease. This retrospective study measured cardiac-healthcare utilization in the final year of life in individuals with schizophrenia (N=610) compared to an equal number of controls matched by sex and age of death. The schizophrenia group was less likely to undergo an electrocardiogram (ECG); they also had a greater prevalence of cardiovascular disease and a two-fold increased risk of prolonged QTc, which is a recognized biomarker of cardiac risk. Strategic interventions are needed to address cardiovascular healthcare disparities in this population

 

425 - Incorporating young children into family caregiving for people with dementia in Taiwan
Presenter: Ching Yi Kuo (Taiwan)

Description: This study aims to investigate Taiwanese children's aged 8-12 years old attitude and perceptions toward dementia and people with dementia. Taiwanese children are guided by Chinese Filial Piety cultural values, which emphasis the respect for older family members and extend this respect to other older adults. Although young children do not interact with their older family members often, they remain to possess relatively positive attitudes toward older adults. However, Taiwanese children are shown to lack dementia knowledge. Dementia education tailored for school-aged children therefore merits attention.

 

426 - Character Strengths association with Personal Growth in Grandparents providing Regular Care
Presenter: Cristina Noriega (Spain)

Description: The number of grandparents providing regular care for their grandchildren has increased substantially. Some research has shown lower perceived health and role strain. However, it can also offer opportunities to grow. This study examined what character strengths predict extended babysitters´ personal growth. Results showed that the higher scores in character strengths, emotional intelligence and creativity, the more personal growth grandparents showed.

 

427 - Psychoeducation Program for the Prevention of Older Adults´ Infantilization in Professionals working in Nursing Homes
Presenter: Cristina Noriega (Spain)

Description: Kayser-Jones (1981) described infantilization as one of the four most frequent types of violence in nursing homes. This study analyzed the efficacy of a psychoeducation program for the prevention of infantilization in professionals working in nursing homes. The intervention lasted 6 hours and included four sessions distributed in two days. These sessions aimed to reduce negative stereotypes, preventing infantilized communication patterns and the use of behaviors or practices that are frequently used with children. The scores of infantilization in the experimental group significantly decreased from pre-intervention to post-intervention in the professional, while the control group did not show any changes.

 

428 - Reflections on geriatric psychopharmacology in Portugal
Presenter: Beatriz Jorge, MD

Description: TBA

 

429 - Human rights crisis for older people during the COVID-19 pandemic in India: Psychosocial cohesion as a mitigating strategy
Presenter: Debanjan Banerjee, MD (India)

Description: The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and exploited risks not only related to health, but also the societies, economies and our future. India, being one of the worst hit nations during this outbreak, has faced a significant economic fallout with certain vulnerable populations enduring major humanitarian crisis. Older adults are at disproportionate risk of severe infection, mortality as well as loneliness, ageism, seclusion, abuse, loss of autonomy and neglect during the pandemic. This talk highlights social cohesion as a multi-dimensional driver of long-term prosperity and collectivism. It refers to the extent of connectedness, solidarity and sense of belongingness in the community. Further, we review psychosocial vulnerabilities of older adults during infectious disease outbreaks in light of the present pandemic and propose strategies to mitigate this marginalization through the WHO’s concept of healthy ageing based on social cohesion and inclusion.

 

430 - Burnout and Negative Stereotypes: How They affect the Quality of Life of Professionals working in Nursing Homes.
Presenter: Patricia López-Frutos (Spain)

Description: The quality of life of professionals working in nursing homes is often impaired by the stress that they experience daily. This study aimed to analyze how burnout affects professionals´ quality of life and how this relationship is moderated by their stereotypes towards the residents.

 

431 - Establishing a Canadian National ECHO Educational Program focused on Mental Health of Older Adults
Presenter: David K. Conn, MBBCh (Canada)

Description: The goal of this collaborative program between Baycrest, the Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health and the Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry was to build capacity in healthcare providers across Canada who work with older adults experiencing mental health issues.  The ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) model was utilized. This is a highly interactive and effective educational model, that originated in New Mexico, USA and is now utilized in more than 40 countries.  The process and outcomes will be described.

 

432 - Ultrabrief Right Unilateral ECT in Older Adults with Catatonia: A Case Series and Literature Review
Presenter: Cristina M. Pritchett, MD (United States)

Description: Ultra-brief Right Unilateral ECT in Older Adults with Catatonia: A case Series and Literature Review. This presentation will include an overview of Catatonia and ECT, the different electrode placements and pulse width, in addition to a review of the evidence of ultra-brief right unilateral ECT and catatonia and the Emory experience.

 

433 - A possible link between Bipolar Disease and Frontotemporal Dementia
Presenter: Beatriz Jorge, MD (Portugal)

Description: TBA

 

Late Withdrawl
434 - UK's First Learning Disabilities Admiral Nurse
Presenter: Jane Nickels, RNLD (United Kingdom)

 

435 - Innovation and entrepreneurship in gerontology and psychogerontology. The INVENTHEI project.
Presenter: David Facal, PhD (Spain)

Description: A learning and mentoring programme related with the ageing process is presented within the INVENTHEI (INnoVation and ENTrepreneurship in Higher Education Institutions) project. The capacities of social innovation and transfer of students, professors and staff members of the Masters of Gerontology and Psychogerontology have been trained.

 

436 - Scaling up a community-based intervention for people affected by dementia: what is the value?
Presenter: Nathan Stephens (United Kingdom)

Description: Post diagnosis, evidence-based interventions are essential for people to adjust to the changes dementia brings. However, not enough people access this type of support, and increasing availability and access is a feature of national and local policy in the UK. The presentation will discuss the political landscape of social value and the theoretical and practical challenges and advantages of using the principles and stages of SROI.

 

437 - The elderly and their sexuality: specific challenges and the role of the psychiatrist
Presenter: Catarina Pedro Fernandes (Portugal)

Description: The model of sexuality currently in force is a young, genitalized model, that does not tolerate failures or the natural aging process, generating many myths about sexuality in later life but also real difficulties. In this presentation, we will comprehend how aging impacts sexuality, affecting all stages of the sexual response cycle. We will have a look at the specific biological, socio-cultural and psychological factors as well as the changes on couple’s dynamic interaction that occur during the aging process.

 

2021 POSTER PRESENTATIONS:

  • Late Withdrawl 500 - Learning Disability and Dementia: Getting it Right! by Jane Nickels, RNLD (United Kingdom)
  • 501 - Prediction of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) progression to Alzheimer Disease (AD)  or Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB): Is this possible neuropsychologically?  by Panagiota Voskou, PhD, MD, MSc (Greece)
  • 502 - Diagnosis of dementia and post-diagnostic support – voice of people with dementia living in Poland  by Maria Mackowiak, Psy.M (Poland)
  • 503 - Informal antidepressant strategies in nursing homes: Two Group Concept Mapping studies among residents, their relatives, and professional caregivers  by Inge Knippenberg, MSc (The Netherlands)
  • 504 - Periodontal Disease and Risk of Dementia in Medicare Patients with Hepatitis C Virus  Joseph E. Malone, MD (United States)
  • Late Withdrawl 505 - Reversible Dementia caused by Hypothyroidism – a Case Report  by Diogo Almeida (Portugal)
  • 506 - Methodologies used to study the feasibility, usability and effectiveness of social robots in clinical and social care settings for elderly adults and people with dementia  by Aysan Mahmoudi Asl (Spain)
  • 507 - Stressful Past events and emotional intelligence as predictors of successful aging  by Cristina Buedo-Guirado, PhD (Spain)
  • 508 - Late onset bipolar disorder: Case report and literture review by Joana Adelaide Mota de Oliveira B. Regala (Portugal)
  • 509 - Influence of Self-perceptions of aging and attitudes towards aging on perceived health status  by Cristina Buedo-Guirado, PhD (Spain)
  • 510 - Effect of sleep deprivation on social resilience through DELTAFOSB activation  by Neha Gregory (United States)
  • 511 - Examining the Impact of Individualized Music for Patients on A Geriatric Psychiatry Unit  by Carol Ward, MD, FRCP, ABPN (Canada)
  • 512 - The impact of the Health Crisis on the psychological feeling of patients during the second wave of Covid-19 in Geriatric wards  by Sandra Higuet, MD (Belgium)
  • Late Withdrawl 513 - Lithium monitoring in Old Age Psychiatry – a quality improvement project  by Edward Herridge, M.B., Ch.B. (Ireland)
  • 514 - Practice-based intervention to implement Person Centered care in long-term care facilities for people with Dementia  by Claudia Van Der Velden, MSc (The Netherlands)
  • 515 - Developing an observational instrument for people with somatic care needs to review Person-Centred Care in Nursing Homes by Claudia van der Velden, MSc (The Netherlands), Elsemieke van Belzen (The Netherlands), Henriëtte van der Roest (The Netherlands)
  • 516 - A more integrative approach to better match treatments to long-term care residents: Preliminary results of a meta-analysis by Ine Declercq (Belgium), Ruslan Leontjevas (The Netherlands), Susan Van Hooren (The Netherlands), Debby Gerritsen (The Netherlands)
  • 517 - Informal and Formal Depression Care in Nursing Homes (InFormeD):  Study protocol of a six month cohort study to better match treatment with residents by Ine Declercq (Belgium), Ruslan Leontjevas (The Netherlands), Inge Knippenberg (The Netherlands), Susan Van Hooren (The Netherlands), Patricia De Vriendt (Belgium), Debby Gerritsen (The Netherlands)
  • 518 - Autoimmune dementia - When to suspect? by Filipa Caetano (Portugal), Margarida Araújo, Ana Samouco (Portugal), Serafim Carvalho (Portugal)
  • 519 - PET@home: Research protocol for a toolkit to improve care for non-residential long term care clients owning pets by Ruslan Leontjevas (The Netherlands), Marie-José Enders-Slegers (The Netherlands), Peter Reniers (The Netherlands), Ine Declerq (Belgium), Debby Gerritsen (The Netherlands), Karin Hediger
  • 520 - Benefits of Assertive Community Treatment for Persons with Severe Mental Illness and Cancer by Monica Taylor-Desir (United States)
  • 521 - The link between olfactory dysfunction and dementia: the road so far by Marcela Leão Petersen (Brazil), Monia Bresolin (Brazil), Ariane Madruga Monteiro (Brazil)
  • Late Withdrawl 522 - Role of Physical Environment on Quality of Life among Older Adults with Dementia in Long-Term Care Facilities in Canada and Sweden: A Longitudinal Study by Sook Young Lee (Rep. of Korea), Lillian Hung (Canada), Habib Chaudhury (Canada)
  • 523 - The design and implementation of Comprehensive Resilience-building psychosocial Intervention (CREST) for people with memory problems/dementia in the community: a pilot study by Priscilla Doyle, BA, MA (Ireland), Grace O’Sullivan, BA, MSc, PhD (Ireland), Niamh Gallagher, BA, MA (Ireland), Siobhán Smyth, RNT, CPN, RPN, BNS (Hons), PG.Dip CHSE, MSc, PhD (Ireland), Dympna Casey, RGN, BA, MA, PhD (Ireland)
  • 524 - Poststroke Depression in Greek elderly by Afroditi Zartaloudi (Greece), Panagiotis Papadopoulos (Greece), Anastasia Papadopoulou (Greece), Eirini Grammatopoulou (Greece), Anna Kavga (Greece)
  • 525 - Anger expression among survivors after stroke in Greek elderly by Afroditi Zartaloudi (Greece), Anastasia Papadopoulou (Greece), Panagiotis Papadopoulos (Greece), Eirini Grammatopoulou (Greece), Anna Kavga (Greece)
  • 526 - Stroke survivor depressive symptoms and anger expression: A Literature review by Afroditi Zartaloudi (Greece), Anastasia Papadopoulou (Greece), Panagiotis Papadopoulos (Greece)
  • 527 - Anxiety in older Greek patients undergoing hemodialysis by Afroditi Zartaloudi (Greece), Sofia Kalini (Greece), Anna Kavga (Greece), Aggeliki Stamou (Greece)
  • 528 - Health locus of control beliefs among older Greek hemodialysis patients: Sociodemographic and psychological correlates by Afroditi Zartaloudi (Greece), Sofia Kalini (Greece), Anna Kavga (Greece), Aggeliki Stamou (Greece)
  • 529 - Suicide in elderly people by Afroditi Zartaloudi (Greece)
  • Late Withdrawl 530 - The effects of lithium and inflammation on the atherosclerosis of older bipolar patients at high risk for cardiovascular disease by Shang-Ying Tsai (Taiwan), Pao-Huan Chen (Taiwan), Kuo-Hsuan Chung (Taiwan)
  • 531 - Dementia prevention and utilising the "teachable moment" in the New Zealand context by Bronwyn Copeland, MBChB (New Zealand), Cheryl Collier (New Zealand), Jessica Braim (New Zealand)
  • Late Withdrawl 532 - Mapping the Lived Experiences: The Dyad Journey of People with Agitation in Alzheimer’s and Their Care Partners by Mary Chi Michael (United States)
  • Late Withdrawl 533 - Agitation and End-of-Life: Towards an Advance Directive that Prepare for Agitation and Behavioral Symptoms in Alzheimer’s Disease by Mary Chi Michael (United States)
  • Late Withdrawl 534 - Grief in the elderly and its impact by Ines Caldes (Portugal)
  • 535 - Loneliness and social isolation in attendees of a Psychiatry of Old Age Service in the North West of Ireland: preliminary findings of a cross-sectional study during the COVID- 19 pandemic  by Clodagh Rushe (Ireland), Bernadette Kevin (Ireland), Ericka Maye (Ireland), Gavin Sweeney (Ireland), Kevin McLaughlin (Ireland), Marguerite Cryan (Ireland), Aislinn Gannon (Ireland), Vincent Melvin (Ireland), Valerie Cogan (Ireland), Donna Wilkie, Elaine McDonagh, Geraldine McCarthy (Ireland), Catherine Dolan (Ireland).
  • Late Withdrawl 536 - Moderating effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the efficacy of cognitive stimulation. A controlled trial by Gurbindo-Elizari, Mª Concepción (Spain), Martínez-Martínez, Blanca (Spain), Garcia-Casal, J. Antonio (Spain), Gómez-Gil, Fernando (Spain)
  • 537 - Reported and observed task performance in dementia and the role of the carer management style  by Julieta Camino (United Kingdom), Mizanur Khondoker (United Kingdom), Naoko Kishita (United Kingdom), Eneida Mioshi (United Kingdom)
  • Late Withdrawl 538 - Approach to Understanding the ‘Meaning’ of Behaviors in NCD: Beyond PIECES and GPA. Luthra’s Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Response Paradigm (LuBAIR™ Paradigm) by Dr. Atul Sunny Luthra, MD, MSc (Pharmacology), FRCPC  (Canada)
  • 539 - The association between olfactory dysfunction and psychiatric disorder by Marcela Leão Petersen (Brazil), Monia Bresolin (Brazil), Ariane Madruga Monteiro (Brazil)
  • 540 – Cognitive stimulation through OROICOGNITIVE, a virtual reality app for older people by Adriana Gómez (Spain), Janeth Carreño (Spain), Alvaro Berroa (Spain), Ane Balenciaga (Spain)
  • Late Withdrawl 541 – MRI-based measurement of hippocampal volume in patients with dementia by Supriya Satapathy, M.D. (India), D. Phani Bhushan, M.D, D.P.M., T. Nageshwar Rao, M.D., M. Satyanarayana, M.D.
  • 542 - Development and validation of the narcissistic personality screening questionnaire (NPSQ) among Thai older adults by Pitchapat Chinnarasri (Thailand), Tinakon Wongpakaran (Thailand), Nahathai Wongpakaran (Thailand)
  • 543 - Cultural Considerations for Older LGBTQ Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Case and Review by M. Alejandra Grullon, MD (United States); Valeriya Tsygankova, BA (United States); Bobbi Woolwine, LCSW (United States); Amanda Tan, BS (United States); Adriana P. Hermida, MD (United States)
  • 544 - Validation of a new cognitive screening tool, the Brain Health Test-7, for identification of mild cognitive impairment and early dementia in 3 different kinds of hospital settings by Meng-Shiuan Shie (Taiwan), Mei Xian Loi (Taiwan), His-Chung Chen (Taiwan), Ming-Hsien Hsieh (Taiwan), Yi- Ting Lin (Taiwan), Chen-Chung Liu (Taiwan), Pei-Ning Wang (Taiwan), Jiahn-Jyh Chen (Taiwan), Cheng- Sheng Chen (Taiwan), Chih-Cheng Hsu (Taiwan), Tzung-Jeng Hwang (Taiwan)
  • Late Withdrawl 545 - Exploratory factor analysis of the Rowland Universal Dementia Assessment Scale by Garcia-Casal, J. Antonio (Spain), Coelho de Cunha Guimarães, Natacha (Spain), Díaz Mosquera, Sofía (Spain), Alvarez Ariza, María (Spain), Mateos Álvarez, Raimundo (Spain)
  • 546 - Attachment, loneliness, and depression among residents in long-term care (LTC) homes by Suthikarn Arunrasameesopa (Thailand), Tinakon Wongpakaran (Thailand), Nahathai Wongpakaran (Thailand)
  • Late Withdrawl 547 - BDNF and cognitive function in Alzheimer's disease by Alena Sidenkova (Russia)
  • Late Withdrawl 548 - Cognitive aging and cognitive reserve by Alena Sidenkova (Russia)
  • Late Withdrawl 549 - Psychosocial factors in the formation of non‐cognitive symptoms of dementia by Alena Sidenkova (Russia)
  • Late Withdrawl 551 - Caregiver Burden and Geriatric Patients Undergoing Electroconvulsive Therapy in the COVID-19 Era by Valeriya Tsygankova (United States), Maria A. Grullon (United States), Bobbi Woolwine (United States), Ashley Subler (United States), Parker Schwab (United States), Adriana Patricia Hermida, MD (United States)
  • 552 - Case Report: De Clerambault’s syndrome in the early stage of dementia with Lewy bodies by Takashi Suehiro (Japan), Yuto Satake (Japan), Mamoru Hashimoto (Japan), Hisahiro Yu1 (Japan), Manabu Ikeda (Japan)
  • 553 - Humanitude Care on Patients with Dementia and Delirium in Acute Hospital Improves Outcomes by Thuy-Anh Giang (Singapore), Cheng Ling Jie (Singapore), Chua Min Jia (Singapore), Philip Yap (Singapore)
  • 554 - A promising Dutch initiative for highly intelligent seniors affected by dementia: a qualitative evaluation of Studiegroepen day time activities in long term care  by Ruslan Leontjevas (The Netherlands), Monique Luyendijk (The Netherlands), Rico Kremer (The Netherlands), Debby L. Gerritsen (The Netherlands)
  • 555 - Evaluation of CPR Decisions on an Older Adult Psychiatric Ward, a Quality Improvement Project by Bennett L (United Kingdom), McKinlay M (United Kingdom), Prasanna A (United Kingdom)
  • 556 - Complex Visual and Haptic Hallucinations in an Elderly Patient… A diagnostic challenge by Joana Regala (Portugal), Camila Nóbrega (Portugal), João Reis (Portugal)
  • 557 – The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on elderly’s mental health by Sofia Ramos Ferreira (Portugal), Daniela Pereira (Portugal), Horácio Firmino (Portugal)
  • 558 - Generalized anxiety disorder in older adults: acceptability of guided self-help by a lay provider and preference among different treatment modalities by Anne-Julie Gagné (Canada), Philippe Landreville (Canada), Patrick Gosselin (Canada), Pierre-Hugues Carmichael (Canada)
  • 559 – Multimodal EEG-MRI in the diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies by Jerry Hai Kok Tan (Malaysia), Julia Schumacher (United Kingdom), John-Paul Taylor (United Kingdom), Alan Thomas (United Kingdom)
  • 560 - Neuropsychiatric symptomatology after severe COVID-19 in older survivors by Sónia Martins (Portugal), Ana Rita Ferreira (Portugal), Joana Fernandes (Portugal), Tatiana Vieira (Portugal), Liliana Fontes (Portugal), Isabel Coimbra (Portugal), José Artur Paiva (Portugal), Lia Fernandes (Portugal)
     

Acknowledgements

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