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  • September 2022 Newsletter

    Who Me? A Brain Research Volunteer? Progress on cognitive health, dementia, caregiving, and aging treatments lags because there are simply not enough people volunteering to participate in research. Making a difference starts with understanding what research looks like. Clinical trials range from things one can do from the couch or home office, to complex clinical… Read More

  • July 2022 Newsletter

                                         July 2022 Newsletter Recruitment Partners at AAIC Recruitment Partners will be attending The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference July 31 – August 4 in San Diego. Come by the Recruitment Partners booth 214 to say hello and learn how we can support you in your study design and participant recruitment. Don’t miss Mike Splaine’s presentation on… Read More

  • June 2022 Newsletter

    ‍ ‍ Do you have an engagement strategy for diverse participation in your R01 application? Recruitment Partners’ goal is to ensure our academic, pharmaceutical, and small business clients run a high-quality study that meets established timelines, avoids unnecessary extensions, and accurately represents the diverse makeup of those touched by dementia. African‐Americans represent 12% of the… Read More

  • April 2022 Newsletter

                                          April 2022 Newsletter Mike Splaine & Lori La Bey Mike Splaine will chat with Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Host, Lori La Bey to discuss Participating in Alzheimer’s Research.  Learn about the hows and whys of participating in brain health research. This discussion is helpful for anyone interested in research, including those experiencing cognitive decline, family members… Read More

  • March 2022 Newsletter

    Moving Together Research Program Moving Together is an online group movement program for people with dementia and their care partners. Moving Together integrates physical, cognitive, and social activities that work with parts of the brain that remain intact as memory declines – muscle memory, mindfulness, and the ability to meaningfully connect with others. Who can… Read More

  • February 2022 Newsletter

    February 2022 Newsletter Missed the February Moving Together Information Session? Register for the next session to learn about the Moving Together research program for people with memory loss and their care partners. Would you like to help a person with dementia feel better, move better, and feel part of an engaging online community? Join the… Read More

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