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Sep
2013

To test the effect of a complex guideline-based intervention on agitation and psychotropic prescriptions.
Cluster randomized controlled trial (VIDEANT) with blinded assessment of outcome in 18 nursing homes in Berlin, Germany, comprising 304 dementia patients.
Training, support, and activity therapy intervention, delivered at the level of each nursing home, focusing on the management of agitation in dementia.
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