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.
- 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.
- The CARE registry is addressing the gap and disparities in research participation among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and encourages participating in research.
- A collection of videos about Alzheimer’s disease and clinical trials, including topics on clinical trials awareness and recruiting.
- This Spanish language video from the Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center covers the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and the need to include the Latino community in clinical research.
- To test an intervention for increasing Alzheimer’s disease literacy among African Americans, the researchers enrolled 193 African American community-dwelling adults using culturally tailored education and messaging.
- This brochure provides an overview of the Alzheimer’s Outreach Program at the University of Pittsburgh Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, which invites African Americans age 60 or older to participate in research as healthy volunteers.
- This systematic review examined 22 published reports describing recruitment and retention of individuals from underrepresented backgrounds in Alzheimer’s disease research or underrepresented participants’ perspectives regarding participation in such research. The authors concluded that considerable scientific gaps limit the use of prior efforts by scientists to bolster inclusion of members from underrepresented groups. They recommend that future studies on this topic use improved methodological...
- This community engagement program at the University of Florida bridges the gap between health care and health research by providing health education, health screenings, and wellness resources. It also links participants with clinical studies.
- This report shows the feasibility of recruiting individuals age 90 and older into longitudinal clinical research and provides preliminary guidance related to the effectiveness of recruitment strategies.