Request for information: invitation for input on the 2023 National Research Summit on Care, Services and Supports for Persons Living with Dementia and their Caregivers/Care Partners

 

Response Date: 10/21/2022

 

Information Requested

NIA invites comments on notable care research progress made, new and innovative research being undertaken, and remaining unmet research needs. NIA also invites comments and suggestions on key programmatic areas of possible interest at the 2023 Care Summit. Comments may address, but are not limited to, one or more of the following bulleted topics:

  • Measuring outcomes that matter to PLWD and their care partners
  • The impact of detection and diagnosis on individuals and care partners, as well as social, economic, and structural barriers to, and facilitators of, detection and diagnosis and ethics and equity issues
  • Disparities and inequities in healthcare access, utilization, and quality for PLWD
  • Approaches to participatory research and recruitment and retention of stakeholders and research participants from heterogeneous backgrounds
  • Dementia care models, coordination of care, and transitions across a care continuum
  • Interventions to support dementia care partners and caregivers, including interventions tailored to address differences in caregiving needs, supports, and sources of resilience that may exist across various cultures
  • Applying behavioral economics approaches, including behavioral nudges, to dementia care and caregiving interventions
  • The paid dementia care workforce, including the nursing home and community-based care workforce
  • The financial costs of dementia care to PLWD, care partners, families, health systems, payers, and others
  • The economic impact¬†of innovations in care and treatment

 

For more information please visit: NOT-AG-22-028: Request for Information: Invitation for Input on the 2023 National Research Summit on Care, Services, and Supports for Persons Living with Dementia and their Caregivers/Care Partners (nih.gov)