Alzheimer's & Dementia Outreach, Recruitment & Engagement Resources
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- This article examines barriers and facilitators to brain donation in a group of Latino adults.
- The Cleveland Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center offers information to educate patients and family members about brain donation.
- These resources from the National Institute on Aging are designed to support Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centers in encouraging brain donation via their social media platforms.
- Science Friday, a podcast from WNYC Studios, has released an episode that discusses brain donation.
- A video webinar from New York University Alzheimer's Disease Center about the importance of brain donation.
- The Vanderbilt Memory and Alzheimer's Center offers information about joining research studies and brain and tissue donation.
Proactive Recruitment of Older African-Americans for Alzheimer's Research With Brain Donation: A Cohort Case Study of SuccessThis research article describes the Minority Aging Research Study's brain donation challenges, processes, and successful procurement with older African American adults.
- This webpage offers answers to commonly asked questions about brain and brain tissue donation.
- A one-page flyer from the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center explains the brain donation process in six simple steps.
The Impact of Latino Values and Cultural Beliefs on Brain Donation: Results of a Pilot Study to Develop Culturally Appropriate Materials and Methods to Increase Rates of Brain Donation in this Under-Studied Patient GroupThis article describes the information-gathering process that led to the creation of two educational resources designed specifically for the Hispanic/Latino population, The Precious Gift Brain Donation Brochure and the Brain Donation Steps Handout. In a review of the National Alzheimer’s Coordination Center’s (NACC) database for June 2005–May 2016, the authors found that people who self-identify as Hispanic/Latino made up only 8 percent of participants enrolled and 3 percent of the deceased...