Alzheimer's & Dementia Outreach, Recruitment & Engagement Resources
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- A research article from the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center helps researchers learn about their participants and procedures to better advance the science of Alzheimer’s and related dementias in Latinxs.
- The Mesulam Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center offers a monthly email newsletter that includes information and resources on dementia.
- The authors developed a document for use with potential study participants that describes the process of amyloid imaging and the implications of amyloid imaging results.
- This paper outlines a framework created by the Alzheimer’s Prevention Initiative Genetic Testing, Counseling, and Disclosure Committee for large-scale disclosure of APOE results to study participants.
- A video from the University of California, San Francisco, explains why diversity in research is important, and steps researchers can take to increase diversity in their studies.
- This webpage, from Johns Hopkins Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, helps educate readers about why clinical research studies are important, who can participate in research, and the differences between observational and intervention studies.
- This infographic helps research participants learn more about the differences between clinical trials and observational studies.
- With printable materials and videos, this dementia toolkit is designed to help students, health care professionals, families, and members of the community understand more about dementia.
- In this one-page flyer, a research coordinator answers common research participant questions.
- This booklet for research participants, patients, caregivers, and families provides information on brain health and Alzheimer's disease.