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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12590/17090
Title: Dementia in Latin America: Paving the way toward a regional action plan
Authors: Parra, Mario Alfredo
Baez, Sandra
Sedeño, Lucas
Gonzalez Campo, Cecilia
Santamaría-García, Hernando
Aprahamian, Ivan
Bertolucci, Paulo Hf
Bustin, Julian
Camargos Bicalho, Maria Aparecida
Cano-Gutierrez, Carlos
Caramelli, Paulo
Serrano, Cecilia
Soto-Añari, Marcio
Takada, Leonel Tadao
Grinberg, Lea Tenenholz
Teixeira, Antonio Lucio
Barbosa, Maira Tonidandel
Trépel, Dominic
Ibanez, Agustin
Chaves, Marcia L F
Cogram, Patricia
Beber, Bárbara
Costa, Court,
De Souza, Felipe A
Cruz, Leonardo
Custodio, Nilton
Damian, Andres
De la Cruz, Myriam
Rodriguez, Diehl
Brucki, Roberta
Dozzi, Sonia Maria
Fajersztajn, Lais
Farías, Gonzalo A
De Felice, Fernanda G
Ferrari, Raffaele
De Oliveira, Fabricio Ferreira
Ferreira, Sergio T
Ferretti, Ceres
Figueredo Balthazar, Marcio Luiz
Ferreira Frota, Norberto Anizio
Fuentes, Patricio
García, Adolfo M
Garcia, Patricia J
De Gobbi Porto, Fábio Henrique
Duque Peñailillo, Lissette
Engler, Henry Willy
Maier, Irene
Mata, Ignacio F
Gonzalez-Billault, Christian;
Lopez, Oscar L
Morelli, Laura
Nitrini, Ricardo
Quiroz, Yakeel T
Guerrero Barragan, Alejandra
Huepe, David
Pio, Fabricio Joao
Suemoto, Claudia Kimie
Kochhann, Renata
Kochen, Silvia
Kumfor, Fiona
Lanata, Serggio
Miller, Bruce
Mansur, Leticia Lessa
Hosogi, Mirna Lie
Lillo, Patricia
Llibre Guerra, Jorge
David, Lopera
Comas, Francisco
Avila-Funes, Adelina
Sosa, José Alberto
Ramos, Ana Luisa
Resende, Claudia
França, Elisa de Paula
Snyder, Heather M
Tarnanas, Ioannis
Yokoyama, Jenifer
Llibre, Juan
Cardona, Juan Felipe
Possin, Kate
Kosik, Kenneth S
Montesinos, Rosa
Moguilner, Sebastian
Solis, Patricia Cristina Lourdes
Ferretti-Rebustini, Renata Eloah de Lucena
Ramirez, Jeronimo Martin
Matallana, Diana
Mbakile-Mahlanza, Lingani
Marques Ton, Alyne Mendonça
Tavares, Ronnielly Melo
Miotto, Eliane C
Muniz-Terrera, Graciela
Muñoz-Nevárez, Luis Arnoldo
Orozco, David
Okada de Oliveira, Maira
Piguet, Olivier
Pintado Caipa, Maritza
Piña Escudero, Stefanie Danielle
Schilling, Lucas Porcello
Rodrigues Palmeira, André Luiz
Yassuda, Mônica Sanches
Santacruz-Escudero, Jose Manuel
Serafim, Rodrigo Bernardo
Smid, Jerusa
Slachevsky, Andrea
Keywords: Biomarkers;Clinical trials;Dementia;Epidemiology;Evidence-based recommendations;Genetics;Knowledge to action framework;Latin America;Networking and translational research;Nonpharmacological interventions
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Inc
metadata.dc.relation.uri: https://alz-journals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/alz.12202
Abstract: "Across Latin American and Caribbean countries (LACs), the fight against dementia faces pressing challenges, such as heterogeneity, diversity, political instability, and socioeconomic disparities. These can be addressed more effectively in a collaborative setting that fosters open exchange of knowledge. In this work, the Latin American and Caribbean Consortium on Dementia (LAC-CD) proposes an agenda for integration to deliver a Knowledge to Action Framework (KtAF). First, we summarize evidence-based strategies (epidemiology, genetics, biomarkers, clinical trials, nonpharmacological interventions, networking, and translational research) and align them to current global strategies to translate regional knowledge into transformative actions. Then we characterize key sources of complexity (genetic isolates, admixture in populations, environmental factors, and barriers to effective interventions), map them to the above challenges, and provide the basic mosaics of knowledge toward a KtAF. Finally, we describe strategies supporting the knowledge creation stage that underpins the translational impact of KtAF. "
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12590/17090
ISSN: 15525260
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