I read this book recently [below].
I am approaching fifty. With age-related sight changes I find that my arms need to be longer!. So if I have misread “and a bit” please do forgive me:
This book reminded my of a protocol issued by an NHS Board that I once worked for:
As a doctor who tries his best to follow evidence-based medicine, I argued against this dictat. I found that, neither my NHS Board nor indeed that NHS Scotland shared my concerns:
With the recent publication of the Care Standards for Older People, the Chair of Healthcare Improvement Scotland confirmed:
It would appear to me that this “screening instrument” has been re-labelled.
The 4AT has been developed and promoted as:
Recently the 4AT has recently been re-labelled as:
The authors 4AT describe its key features:
(1) “brevity” (takes less than 2 minutes”), and
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