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17 May 2024

Dementia Research Ethics Resources released

Unit researcher Olivia Luijnenburg among those behind new guide


The Dementia Research Ethics Resource is a comprehensive guide designed to support researchers in crafting responsible and effective dementia research.

Following a Winter Residential School as part of the DemComm programme, the resource was developed by DemComm fellows and compiled by four fellows including Unit member Olivia Luijnenburg.

What sets this resource apart?

  1. Comprehensive Coverage: From idea generation to dissemination, navigate through detailed ethical considerations for each research phase.
  2. Practical Solutions: Tackle common and complex ethical issues with tested solutions and real-world case studies.
  3. Community and Expert Insights: Developed through extensive consultations with over 50 research fellows, incorporating diverse perspectives and expertise.
  4. Accessibility and Impact: Designed to be accessible for researchers at all levels, ensuring that you can implement ethical practices that truly make a difference.

The resource was published on the Dementia Researcher website on 16 May.

In this story

Olivia Luijnenburg

Research Associate