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Are you affected by dementia in people of South Asian origin?

I am looking for people to advise my study on dementia in older South Asians.

Link to organisation:

Full description:

We know very little about dementia in South Asians – those from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

I am a researcher at UCL in the planning stages of a PhD on this topic. I am looking for volunteers with experience of dementia in themselves or someone they care for, to get your input and perspective. This will be via 1 to 2 online or telephone meetings. You can choose to have individual or group meetings.

If you are affected by dementia in South Asians, please do get in touch.

Date from

12th November 2020

Date to

8th January 2021

Organisation

University College London (UCL)

A world-leading multidisciplinary university, and centre of excellence for dementia research.

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Details

Topic:

Ageing
Dementias
Health services and health delivery
Mental health
Neurological disorders
Public health

Location:

UK wide

Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?

Volunteers will be kept up to date with the progress of the study. You will have the opportunity to join a steering group when the study begins. You will be able to discuss concerns about what the study may mean with the researcher.

Payment:

I will be able to reimburse you for your time with £20 in high street vouchers.

Expenses:

None required (online meetings).

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes


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