Developing International Standards for Cognitive Impairment Recognition
Clear international standards for recognizing cognitive impairment are needed.
There is a growing consensus that incorporating various data types can help build personalized clinical profiles for more accurate care. Factors such as cardiovascular health, metabolic function, sleep, nutrition, and administrative records can all provide valuable information when assessing the risk for chronic brain disorders that affect memory, movement, and mood.
Brain Watch focuses on harmonizing the measurement and interpretation of various vulnerability factors, including brain imaging, cognitive testing, sensory impairments, frailty, and biological aging.
We must create customized treatment plans and improve patient outcomes by establishing worldwide consensus on how these factors contribute to cognitive impairment risk.