Alzheimer's & Dementia Outreach, Recruitment & Engagement Resources
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- Using research results, Alzheimer's disease scientists developed materials that communicate information to participants about the risk of developing Alzheimer's.
- This article highlights how concentrated community memory screening events can be an effective and efficient recruitment strategy for Alzheimer’s disease research.
- Researchers assessed direct-to-consumer APOE genetic testing usage and their attitudes toward using this information in clinical trial recruitment.
- This article describes how the University of Pittsburgh’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center used research participation stories to create messaging for recruitment materials.
- This paper describes the researchers’ experiences in establishing and maintaining a diverse Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention Registry.
- A report that overviews the Washington University School of Medicine Knight ADRC's “African American Participation in Alzheimer Disease Research: Effective Strategies” Workshop on research participation.
- This research examined the effectiveness and differences in using both traditional and social media materials for the recruitment of African American versus non-Hispanic white participants.
- This research article describes the Minority Aging Research Study's brain donation challenges, processes, and successful procurement with older African American adults.
- 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.
- Gene Test or Not? is an online decision-making tool designed to help people decide about whether they should have the APOE genetic test.