Collaborations & partnerships are key to research across all fields. The Alzheimer’s Society Research Translation programme explores building a network outside of academia to help promote research findings to others and ensure your findings have a big impact.
Ester Bellavia discussed her recent engagement with people from the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP for short). Exploring the barriers faced by people living with dementia when involved in research.
Dr Timothy Rittman shares news from the Alzheimer’s Europe Conference in Barcelona
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, discussing her patient and public involvement in reviewing YOD memory clinic services
Dr Aida Suarez-Gonzalez gives a personal account of her experiences in taking research participant consent, how this has changed overtime, with top tips and resources for others.
Dr Iago Rego García recently spent time at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre in Moshi, Tanzania. While there he interviewed Dr Judith Boshe for the Spanish teaching website “Circunvalación del Hipocampo”. Exploring dementia diagnosis in the foothills of Kilimanjaro.
Clarissa Giebel shares details of how her covid-19 dementia research studies have been conceived, funded, approved and started recruiting in under two weeks.,
Domenique Brouwers is a freelance graphic designer. In this blog he discusses his work, co-producing zines, for the Neighbourhoods: Our People, Our Places dementia study. Helping translate study findings into something that helps raise awareness of the challenges of living with dementia.