Updates

June Volunteer Statistics Published

23 July 2019

The latest Join Dementia Research volunteer registration data are now available. June 2019 highlights: June continued the spike seen last month with 922 new volunteers registering, including 119 people with a dementia diagnosis – bringing the total number of Join Dementia Volunteers up to 42,778 NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG remain as […]

Latest ‘Learn Join Dementia Research’ Awareness Tool Headlines

Background The Learn Join Dementia Research Awareness Tool was launched in February 2019. Aimed at healthcare professionals, it has been designed to simply explain to staff what Join Dementia Research (JDR) is, and how it works, and how they could help support the service and encourage patients to register. Users watch a short film, answer […]

Latest ‘Learn Join Dementia Research’ Awareness Tool Headlines

11 June 2019

Background The Learn Join Dementia Research Awareness Tool was launched in February 2019. Aimed at healthcare professionals, it has been designed to simply explain to staff what Join Dementia Research (JDR) is, and how it works, and how they could help support the service and encourage patients to register. Users watch a short film, answer […]

May Volunteer Statistics Published

4 June 2019

The latest Join Dementia Research volunteer registration data are now available. May 2019 highlights: May continued the spike seen last month with 888 new volunteers registering, including 101 people with a dementia diagnosis – bringing the total number of Join Dementia Volunteers up to 41,869 NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG remain as the […]

April Volunteer Statistics Published

3 May 2019

The latest Join Dementia Research volunteer registration data are now available. April 2019 highlights: April continued the spike seen last month with 713 new volunteers registering, including 55 people with a dementia diagnosis – bringing the total number of Join Dementia Volunteers up to 40,979 NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG remain as […]

Simplifying Engagement in Dementia Research in Mental Health Trusts and Community Settings

11 April 2019

Emma (Research Assistant) and Alicia (Clinical Studies Officer) with Thunder the Therapy dog at the Tea Cosy Café, Rothwell.

The prime minister’s challenge on dementia called for 25% of people with dementia to be registered on Join Dementia Research (JDR) by 2020.  However, only 18% of total volunteers signed up to JDR had a diagnosis of dementia in the Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) area at the beginning of 2018. So, they worked very […]

March Volunteer Statistics Published

9 April 2019

The latest Join Dementia Research volunteer registration data are now available. March 2019 highlights: There was a spike in new registrations last month with 722 new volunteers registering in March 2019, including 123 people with a dementia diagnosis – bringing the total number of Join Dementia Volunteers up to 40, 286 NHS Bristol, North Somerset […]

Join Dementia Research Kiosks

8 April 2019

Join Dementia Research Kiosk

For the past 18 months Join Dementia Research Kiosks have been placed in more than 173 locations around the country, received almost 3,000 enquires, and helped 630 people fully register. on Join Dementia Research. The locations these kiosk have been based have varied from GP Surgeries, Pharmacies, and Memory Clinics, to being used by volunteers […]

ERICA Project Update – March 2019

7 April 2019

Project Update

ERICA Project Update for Join Dementia Research In April 2018 the Office of the NIHR National Director for Dementia Research (NDDR) started delivery of the Embedding Research in Care (ERICA) Project. This post will provide an ERICA Project Update for Join Dementia Research. The project objective being to ensure that NHS Trusts, and healthcare providers, were […]

New tool helping healthcare professionals LEARN to help people Join Dementia Research

Holding Hands

Join Dementia Research has helped more than 40,000 people connect with research studies over the past four years. As a result, researchers and their studies have massively benefited, with more than 11,000 study enrolments in this time. However, if we are going to turn the corner and find ways to better prevent, diagnose, treat, care for and maybe […]

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