Alzheimer's & Dementia Outreach, Recruitment & Engagement Resources
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- This article describes how caring behaviors by recruiters impact recruitment in African American and Non-Latinx White older adults.
- This resource describes the most effective strategies to increase research participation among older African Americans, based on an analysis of peer-review studies.
- This webinar series from the Cleveland ADRC highlights medical information and social issues on brain health that are pertinent to the Black community.
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.
Caring in the Recruitment of Older African American Adults With Chronic Health Disease: An Integrative ReviewIn this review article, researchers summarize the importance of caring behaviors in the recruitment of older African Americans with chronic illness.
Use of Critical Race Theory To Inform the Recruitment of Black/African American Alzheimer’s Disease Caregivers Into Community-Based ResearchThis article explores why and how to incorporate critical race theory into dementia caregiver recruitment efforts.
Fundamental Causes of Barriers to Participation in Alzheimer's Clinical Research Among African AmericansThis resource summarizes the results from focus groups with African American older adults in which they discuss their beliefs about participation in clinical research.
Recruitment of a Diverse Research Cohort in a Large Metropolitan Area for Dementia Intervention StudiesIn this article, researchers examine the effectiveness of a community-based strategy to recruit participants for a dementia study.
- This article examines how race and ethnic background impacts sources of recruitment and eligibility for an Alzheimer’s preclinical trial.
- The Vanderbilt Memory and Alzheimer's Center offers information about joining research studies and brain and tissue donation.