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LINKAGE Camden Study

11 April 2017

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Delirium is a medical term used to describe a change in brain function which makes a person become suddenly confused. Their behaviour and concentration may also be affected. It can make people feel frightened, restless and suspicious. The symptoms can come on quickly and change from hour to hour. It is very common, particularly among […]

Spatial Navigation in Pre-symptomatic Alzheimer’s Disease

15 February 2017

Getting lost is one of the most common and distressing symptoms for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients and their families, often involving the police and in tragic cases resulting in death. However, the underlying reasons why patients are getting lost are virtually unknown. One reason for this limited knowledge, is that it is not clear how […]

Dementia Related Manual for Sleep; Strategies for Relatives (DREAMS START) study

6 December 2016

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Sleep problems are common in people living with dementia, with around 40% of people living with dementia experiencing sleep disturbance. These include reduced night time sleep, night time wandering, and excessive daytime napping. Sleep problems can disrupt the sleep of other members of the family. However, there are currently no treatments that consistently improve sleep […]

The Pfizer SAM-760 Study

14 March 2015

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More studies are being added to ‘Join dementia research’ all the time – and we’re working hard to connect volunteers with researchers, helping them to collaborate on vital research into dementia. We are focusing on another study that has been recently added, and we are always seeking more people who might be eligible to take […]

Taking Part in the CATField Study: Video

9 February 2015

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Welcome to another article featuring videos from those who participate in studies on dementia. ‘Join Dementia Research connects researchers with volunteers who want to take part in important research into Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia conditions. We are always looking for more people to join in with this vital work, either for themselves or helping someone else […]

Connecting researchers to ideal patients

22 January 2015

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The team at the Imperial College Memory Research Unit, led by Dr Paul Edison, is researching Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment (a midway stage between normal age-related memory loss and the more serious decline of dementia). The team use PET and MRI scans to explore the mechanisms that lead to dementia, with the ultimate […]

#24DaysOfDementiaResearch – The Gantenerumab Trial

23 December 2014

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We are almost at the end of #24DaysOfDementiaResearch! Every day since the 1st December, we’ve highlighted just one of the many studies that are recruiting volunteers now through ‘Join dementia research’. This is the new online service that allows volunteers for research to be connected quickly with studies and researchers around the country. Today we are […]

#24DaysOfDementiaResearch – ‘Deep and Frequent Phenotyping’

21 December 2014

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As part of #24DaysOfDementiaResearch, we are profiling a study each day that is available on ‘Join dementia research – the new online service connecting volunteers to research studies around the country. Today we hear about the ‘Deep and Frequent Phenotyping’ Study, that hopes to produce new ways of diagnosing dementia before symptoms even arise. Aims […]

#24DaysOfDementiaResearch – The ‘VEEG-Stim’ Study

18 December 2014

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‘Join dementia research’ is the new online service that will help volunteers discover and join research studies into dementia around the country. Each day until Christmas, we’re looking at one study recruiting through Join dementia research as part of our #24DaysOfDementiaResearch. Today’s study is called ‘VEEG-Stim’, and is aimed at using technology to help us […]

#24DaysOfDementiaResearch – The ‘AMPLE’ Study

17 December 2014

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Welcome to the latest post in our series, showcasing a different research study each day in the run-up to Christmas, and letting you know how you can get involved with ‘Join dementia research’. Today, we introduce the ‘AMPLE’ study, which is based at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. The study investigates ‘amyloid imaging’ for the observable characteristics of Dementia with Lewy […]

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