Alzheimer's & Dementia Outreach, Recruitment & Engagement Resources
Barriers & Facilitators
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Recruiting Socially Disconnected Latinos Caring for a Person With Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons LearnedThis resource describes barriers to recruiting Latino adults for dementia research during the COVID-19 pandemic, with an emphasis on social isolation.
- This community-engaged study identifies barriers and facilitators to clinical research participation for people living with dementia and their caregivers.
- This study identifies themes in how older African Americans perceive neurovascular clinical trials.
U.S. Adults' Likelihood to Participate in Dementia Prevention Drug Trials: Results from the National Poll on Healthy AgingThis study identifies characteristics of U.S. adults that are associated with the self-reported likelihood to participate in dementia-prevention clinical trials.
- This resource describes trends in recruitment over a 20-year period of NIH-funded Alzheimer’s clinical trials.
- This article describes how caring behaviors by recruiters impact recruitment in African American and Non-Latinx White older adults.
Attitudes About Involvement in Hypothetical Clinical Trial Protocols in Mexican and Mexican-American at Risk for Autosomal Dominant Alzheimer's DiseaseThis article examines barriers and facilitators to the clinical trial recruitment of Mexican and Mexican American people at risk for autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease.
- This resource describes the most effective strategies to increase research participation among older African Americans, based on an analysis of peer-review studies.
- This article examines barriers and facilitators to brain donation in a group of Latino adults.
Exploring Coping Strategies and Barriers in Dementia Care: A Mixed-Methods Study of African American Family Caregivers in KentuckyThis resource describes barriers and facilitators of dementia care through the lens of African American caregivers in rural Kentucky.