Research Using the NACC Database


Evaluating the magnitude of potentially inappropriate medication prescribing
and its impact on mortality in the NACC cohort
 
   Lead Investigator:    Daniela Moga
   Institution      :    University of Kentucky
   E-Mail           :    daniela.moga@uky.edu
   Proposal ID      :    359

Publications: 1 Agogo G, Ramsey C, Gnjidic D, Moga D, Allore H Longitudinal associations between different dementia diagnoses and medication 2017 Journal Article Int Psychogeriatr ,PMC in process
IN PRESS
2 Agogo GO, Gnjidic D, Moga D, Allore H Associations between dementia status and polypharmacy jointly accounting for dropout and death Abstract Innov Aging,1:19,2017,
PUBLISHED
3 Gnjidic D, Agogo GO, Ramsey CM, Moga D, Allore H The impact of dementia diagnosis on patterns of medication use in older adults enrolled in the National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center study 2017 Journal Article JAMA Neurol ,
SUBMITTED
4 Oh G, Abner E, Moga D Utilization Patterns and Predictors of Opioid Use in Persons with Dementia 2017 Abstract 33rd International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology Therapeutic Risk Management ,
PUBLISHED
5 Ramsey CM, Gnjidic D, Agogo GO, Allore H, Moga D Longitudinal patterns of potentially inappropriate medication use following incident dementia diagnosis 2018 Journal Article Alzheimers Dement (N Y) ,PMC5738721
IN PRESS

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NACC is funded by the National Institute on Aging (UO1 AG016976) and located in the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Public Health, Walter A. Kukull, Ph.D., Director. Copyright© 2010 University of Washington.