Monthly Archives: August 2018

Guest blog: Simon Denegri

13 August 2018

Simon Denegri, OBE, NIHR National Director for Patients, Carers and the Public

It’s been an exciting few months for Join Dementia Research. Over 10,000 volunteers have now been placed in dementia studies, the NHS turned 70, and NICE guidelines recommend that everyone with dementia should be told about opportunities for research. In our first guest blog, Simon Denegri OBE from the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) reflects […]

Dementia 2020 Engagement Panel: phase 2 now open

9 August 2018

Man in shirt completing paper questionnaire

Share your dementia experience with the Department of Health and Social Care The Department of Health and Social Care want a better understanding of the experiences and needs of people living with dementia, in order to shape better policies. That’s why they have commissioned Opinion Research Services (ORS) to find out more on their behalf. […]

No proof that moderate drinking prevents dementia

7 August 2018

NHS Choices logo

This article has been reproduced from the NHS Choices website. “Middle aged drinking may reduce dementia risk, new study finds,” is the misleading and irresponsible headline in The Daily Telegraph. The study found that people who do not drink alcohol in middle age are 45% more likely to develop dementia than those who drink within UK recommended […]

Join Dementia Research launches online training for researchers

2 August 2018

Typing at laptop

We’ve launched a great new training system for all researchers who use Join Dementia Research to recruit to their studies. This interactive e-learning makes it easier than ever before for researchers to quickly get to grips with all aspects of Join Dementia Research, so that they can use the service as efficiently and effectively as possible. The e-learning is […]

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Monthly Archives: August 2018