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Fordham University Economics Professor Robert Brent Presents: “Cost-Benefit Analysis and Dementia”

A Discourse that Scrutinizes the social desirability of effective interventions in Cost-Benefit Analysis and Dementia.

New York, NY – WEBWIRE

“Cost-Benefit Analysis and Dementia” is a ground-breaking work that brilliantly brings together the many successful dementia therapies to help patients cope with the symptoms of this awful illness. It’s also a Cost-Benefit Analysis to see if the benefits outweigh the expenses of actions. Robert Brent focuses at the need to avoid elder abuse and develop an international human rights treaty, concentrating on cutting-edge remedies that includes years of schooling, Medicare eligibility, hearing aids, and vision correction.

Rather than using a medical definition, “Cost-Benefit Analysis and Dementia” takes a closer look at dementia by using a behavioral definition and demonstrating how the symptoms might affect daily activities. It examines the causation of dementia treatments to identify their efficacy, risk factors, and current treatment options. It also contains a three-step process for evaluating the financial benefits of therapies to see if they are socially beneficial.

Because it is written in a detailed yet comprehensible way, this book is a valuable resource for economists interested in the Cost-Benefit Analysis of dementia care. Healthcare professionals, politicians, and non-professionals alike will benefit from the various techniques mentioned to alleviate dementia symptoms.

The book has gotten positive feedback from specialists who have read it.

“The book offers a fascinating paradigm to reflect upon dementia interventions, promising to widen the lens of interested governments, public health, and policymakers, as well as clinicians alike. By interlinking concepts of protecting human rights, preventing elder abuse, and caring for persons living with dementia, all contributing to improving global health and the economy, this book offers a solid rationale for an international United Nations convention on the human rights for older persons.” —Kiran Rabheru, University of Ottawa, Canada.

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The book is available for pre-orders in eBook and hardcover format.

“Cost-Benefit Analysis and Dementia”
ISBN: 9781839105733 (Hardcover)
ISBN: 9781839105760 (eBook)

About the Author:
Robert J. Brent, Professor of Economics, Fordham University, New York, US.

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