Alzheimer's & Dementia Outreach, Recruitment & Engagement Resources
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- This online tool helps patient groups and clinical research sponsors identify high-value opportunities for patient engagement.
- "Curing Alzheimer's: Clinical Trials Are the Key" is a 24-page guide, available in English and Spanish, that provides information on clinical trials, Alzheimer's disease, and participating in Alzheimer's disease research. An English-language video also provides information to prospective trial participants.
- This 36-page guide promotes public health strategies to address dementia in American Indian/Alaska Native communities. The strategies fall under three themes: educate and empower community members, collect and use data, and strengthen the workforce.
- The NIH Strategic Plan for Tribal Health Research FY 2019–2023 is designed to improve NIH's relationship and collaborative efforts with American Indian/Alaska Native communities by enhancing communication and collaboration, building research capacity, expanding research, and enhancing cultural competency and community engagement.
- This 58-page document provides guidance for engaging stakeholders in reviewing and providing feedback on research questions before a project is implemented.
- This toolkit provides primary care providers with the tools necessary to recognize normal cognition, diagnose Alzheimer's disease, and identify other cognitive problems requiring specialty referral.
- This NIA-produced planning guide for investigators, study coordinators, recruitment communications staff, and others involved in clinical research outlines strategies for improving community-based research participation.
- This toolkit, developed by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences at the National Institutes of Health, provides patient groups with the tools needed to advance medical research. Tools are developed for and by patient groups in concert with their academic, government, industry, and advocacy partners, and are designed to ensure patients are engaged as essential partners from beginning to end of the research and development process. Resources cover topics such as the principles...
- This online toolbox offers resources from Clinical & Translational Science Awards (CTSA) programs, and their community health partners, to help investigators across the life cycle of their projects.
- This toolkit, originally developed by the African American Dementia Outreach Partnership and now distributed by the Balm in Gilead’s National Brain Health Center for African Americans, contains many resources for caregivers and families.