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Table 3 In-MINDD inclusion and exclusion criteria

From: Reducing dementia risk by targeting modifiable risk factors in mid-life: study protocol for the Innovative Midlife Intervention for Dementia Deterrence (In-MINDD) randomised controlled feasibility trial

Inclusion criteria
Registered with a participating practice
Age 40–60 on date of consent
Presence of any one (or more) of the following risk factors:
 Depression—previous history OR active episode of minor depression as recorded on medical record (if GP deems patient fit to participate)
 Diabetes (diagnosis, e.g. on a diabetes disease register)
 Hypertension (as per national guidelines)
 Renal dysfunction (recorded by GP)
 Obesity (BMI of 30.0 or above)
 Current smoker
 Raised cholesterol (as per national guidelines)
 Coronary heart disease (diagnosis, e.g. on a CHD disease register)
 Self-reported sedentary lifestyle
 Self-reported lack of cognitive stimulation
Medically stable
Literate in language of the partner country where patient is recruited
Access to the internet in order to communicate by email and access information online
Exclusion criteria
Active episode of major depression recorded in medical record or assessed using a validated assessment score, e.g. Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS), and which GP deems makes patient too severely ill to participate
Unable to give informed consent
Has an existing diagnosis of dementia
Other reason identified by GP, e.g. terminally ill