9.1. Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination — III (ACE-III)¶
(§) Permissible for use in some situations but not all (e.g.: clinical, research, commercial, educational), enforced by CamCOPS based on the user’s replies.
[FROM-LP] Recommended by FROM-LP, as part of its condition-specific suggestions. See FROM-LP.
(The ACE-R is FROM-LP-specific; the ACE-III replaces the ACE-R.)
9.1.1. History and guide¶
By John Hodges and colleagues.
Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination (ACE): Mathuranath et al. 2000, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11113213.
Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination Revised (ACE-R): Mioshi et al. 2006, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16977673.
Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination III (ACE-III): Hsieh et al. 2013, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23949210.
Sharpley Hsieh, personal communication to Rudolf Cardinal, 28 Oct 2012.
For iPad, note also the ACEmobile: http://www.acemobile.org. Update 2020-03-14: the ACEmobile web site has gone. It continues to be described in a reference paper, and there are other web-based citations:
Newman CGJ et al. (2017). Improving the quality of cognitive screening assessments: ACEmobile, an iPad-based version of the Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination-III. Alzheimer’s & Dement 10: 182-187. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29552633
9.1.3. Intellectual property rights¶
Copyright © John Hodges, 2012. Used under standard (noncommercial) permissions, as below.
“Finally, the ACE-III is available for free. The copyright is held by Professor John Hodges who is happy for the test to be used in clinical practice and research projects.” (www.neura.edu.au/frontier/research/test-downloads, accessed 2013-05-29.)
“As you know, we are happy for the ACE to be used widely and modified for use in other formats, such as the iPad. The guiding principle of the ACE-III is that it is free for users and we wish therefore that disseminiation in other forms, such as the tablet, also remains free.” (Sharpley Hsieh of Neuroscience Research Australia for John Hodges, to Rudolf Cardinal, 28 Oct 2012)
“The ACE-III is available for free. The copyright is held by Professor John Hodges who is happy for the test to be used in clinical practice and research projects. There is no need to contact us if you wish to use the ACE-III in clinical practice.” (ACE-III FAQ, 7 July 2013, http://www.neura.edu.au/sites/neura.edu.au/files/page-downloads/ACE-III%20FAQ%20July%202013.pdf, accessed 2013-07-31.)