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Title: Dementia in Europe yearbook 2016 : decision making and legal capacity in dementia
Authors: Alzheimer Europe
Authors: Diaz, Ana
Balackova, Nina
Gronqvist, Raoul
Rohra, Helga
Rochford-Brennan, Helen
Orheim, Alv
Doxford, Hilary
Houston, Agnes
Orheim, Berit
Ahola, Milja
Croy, Antonia
Bentley, Philip
Henry, Sabine
Vasileva Ilieva, Irina
Ivanova, Lora
Mimica, Ninoslav
Kusan Jukic, Marija
Diakou, Antigoni
Seleari, Maria
Holmerova, Iva
Matlova, Martina
Volund, Birgitte
Poulsen, Simone
Pajala, Krista
Decharry, Pauline
Schonhof, Barbel
Freter, Hans-Jurgen
Jansen, Sabine
Poptsi, Elena
Lecca Marcati, Eleni
Xatzidimitriou, Gioula
Tsolaki, Magda
Kanaki, Maria
Giannouli, Vaitsa
Maiovi, Xenia
Crean, Margaret
Presti, Marina
Possenti, Mario
Blamey, Mark
Konevnina, Aleksandra
Kuznecovs, Vladimirs
Rastenyte, Daiva
Macijauskiene, Jurate
Adomaitiene, Virginija
Mancini, Denis
Diederich, Lydie
Scerri, Charles
Pesce, Alain
Bordero, Alexandre
Palermiti, Federico
Nicaise, Salome
Louchart de la Chapelle, Sandrine
Klaveren, Virginie van
Brekke, Liv Anita
Hov Eggen, Siri
Wojciechowska, Mirka
Rosário Zincke dos Reis, Maria do
Tudose, Catalina
Moglan, Maria
Grniakova, Darina
Adamovicova, Simona
Zlobec, Stefanija
Selmes, Micheline
Westerlund, Karin
Jernryd, Sven
Wolfensberger, Marianne
Poel, Josine H. van der
Kocaman, Fusun
Terry, Gavin
Tee, Philippa
Hutchings, Rachel
Pearson, Jim
Keywords: Dementia -- Epidemiology -- Europe
Public health -- European Union countries
European Union countries -- Law and legislation
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Alzheimer Europe
Citation: Diaz, A.,Balackova, N., Gronqvist, R., Rohra, H., Rochford-Brennan, H., Orheim, A.,… Pearson, J. (2016). Dementia in Europe yearbook 2016 : decision making and legal capacity in dementia. Luxemburg: Alzheimer Europe.
Abstract: The 2016 Dementia in Europe Yearbook focuses on decision-making and legal capacity issues in dementia. e report provides an overview of how legislation regulates the issue of legal capacity in questions such as contractual capacity, testamentary capac- ity, criminal responsibility, civil responsibility, marriage and voting. It also looks at the topic of consent to treatment and research and refers to the existing legal provisions for people who are not able to provide informed consent, including advance directives and healthcare proxies. e last part of the report, introduces the topic of substitute decision making and provides an overview of guardianship measures across Europe. It covers, in particular, court-appointed guardians and lasting powers of attorney. 31 countries have participated in this comparative report, including most Member States of the European Union as well as Jersey, Monaco, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey.
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