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.
There are many things that researchers can do to maximise the person’s ability to participate in decision making. Here are some top tips from Anna Volkmer for researchers working with people with dementia:
New blog from Anna Volkmer – tips and hints and guidance (and how to use them) for anyone attempting to produce an information or consent form for their study.
I am a researcher in the School of Medicine at Cardiff University. My background is in nursing, but I have been an applied health researcher for the past 5 years, working in clinical trials and other types of studies, in different populations and settings, but more recently in care homes. I recently led a study…
In this first podcast of 2020, Anna Volkmer is talking with Dr Clarissa Giebel, Dr Aida Suarez-Gonzalez and James Fletcher exploring best practice and challenges in consenting people to participate in dementia research studies, and judging capacity.