Sharing Healthcare Wishes in Primary Care (SHARE) for Cognitive Impairment
This trial is testing whether the SHARE protocol leads to better communication and advance care planning among primary care patients with cognitive impairment and their family caregivers, compared to a control group receiving minimally enhanced usual care. SHARE includes two in-person meetings and three phone calls between the patient and caregiver and a primary care clinician.
- Cognitive Impairment
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any available slots for participants in the current clinical experiment?
"According to information available on clinicaltrials.gov, this medical experiment has resumed recruitment of participants after it was first posted in October 21st 2020 and last edited on October 11th 2022."
What is the current capacity of participants for this clinical trial?
"Affirmative. Clinicaltrials.gov details that this clinical trial is enlisting participants, beginning with its initial posting on October 21st 2020 and most recently revised on October 11th 2022. This trial needs 248 patients from 10 sites to participate in it."
How many areas in North America are conducting this medical experiment?
"Currently, 10 different medical trial sites are actively looking for patients to participate in this study. Some of the locations include Olney, Baltimore and Nottingham among other cities. To reduce travel burdens associated with participation, it is recommended that participants choose a site close to their residence."