Resources for Providers
The RaDAR team is pleased to provide these resources for healthcare providers and professionals.
Most of these resources have been produced by RaDAR team members and are intended to provide more detail about the subject area. These resources are not exhaustive, nor should the content provided be used in place of a consultation with a practicing professional. These are being made available as a basic resource.
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Education Session: Dementia and Driving
An education session slide deck for Saskatchewan health care providers about dementia and driving, and referring to SGI's medical review unit
Education Session: When to Refer to the various RRMCs
A recorded education session for health care providers about referral options available from RRMC
Education Session: Management of End-Stage Dementia
A recorded education session for health care providers about management of end-stage dementia
Education Session: Medications used in Management of Dementia
A recorded education session for health care providers about medications used in management of dementia
Education Resource: Legal Capacity and Dementia
The Offices of the Public Guardian and Trustee offer Saskatchewan-jurisdiction-specific information relating to matters of legal capacity
Education Session: Management of Behavioural Symptoms of Dementia in LTC
An education session slide deck for health care providers about managing behavioural symptoms of dementia in long-term care
Podcast: Driving and Dementia
A podcast for Saskatchewan health care providers about driving and dementia
Podcast: Prescribing Cholinesterase Inhibitors
A podcast for clinicians about considerations when prescribing cholinesterase inhibitors.
Vodcast: When to Refer to RRMC
A video animation that provides guidance on when to refer to the Rural and Remote Memory Clinic in Saskatoon, and when to diagnose in primary care.
Education Session: Medication and Substance-Induced Cognitive Impairment
An education session slide deck for health care providers about medications and substances which may cause or contribute to cognitive impairment