Video 3: Face to face communication has many advantages in dementia diagnosis and care

A headlong rush to virtual assessment and management is not necessarily the way forward. Telemedicine has much to offer, but dementia is complex, and many aspects of the consultation are better conducted in person if this can be safely arranged, Professor Sube Banerjee argues. 

 

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