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09 Jun 2022

South Africa

WP03 Reducing stigma

New paper: Stigma and its implications for dementia in South Africa

Research has found that people living with dementia and carers experienced high levels of internalised stigma, related to negative public attitudes, which were associated with high levels of isolation, health system unpreparedness and limited access to support in South Africa. The paper was written by STRiDE colleagues, Roxanne Jacobs, Marguerite Schneider, Nicolas Farina, Petra du […]

09 Jun 2022

30 May 2022


STRiDE Final Event and Network Launch: Wednesday 15 June 2022

On Wednesday 15 June 2022, we will be hosting a final event to share findings from the STRiDE Project and to launch the STRiDE Network. The event will start at 11.00 and close at 15.00 (BST). To register please click here (external link). Outline programme (PDF)   Final Event and Network Launch Dementia affects more […]

30 May 2022

11 Apr 2022

Indonesia
International
South Africa

WP05 Costs and data

Paper: Description of the cross-cultural process adopted in the STRiDE program

This paper describes the methodology used for the cross-cultural adaptation process as part of the development of a valid and culture-fair toolkit to enable the collection of data on the prevalence of dementia, its impact on people’s lives, and costs in Indonesia and South Africa, as part of the STRiDE program. The paper summaries the features […]

11 Apr 2022

20 May 2021

Brazil

WP03 Reducing stigma

Paper: Experiences of stigma and discrimination among people living with dementia and family carers in Brazil

Research has found that dementia was commonly viewed by people living with dementia as part of ageing and carers reported low levels of knowledge and awareness about the condition in Brazil. The paper was written by STRiDE colleagues, Déborah Oliveira, Fabiana Araújo Figueiredo Da Mata, Elaine Mateus, Christine W. Musyimi, Nicolas Farina, Cleusa P. Ferri […]

20 May 2021

02 Sep 2021

Australia
Brazil
India
Indonesia
Jamaica
Kenya
Mexico
South Africa

WP01 Theory of change

Paper: Active inclusion of people living with dementia in planning for dementia care and services

Principles on how to involve people living with dementia in service design and planning have been explored as part of the STRiDE Project. The paper was written by STRiDE colleagues, Erica Breuer, Emily Freeman, Suvarna Alladi, Marina Breedt, Ishta Govia, Mariana López-Ortega, Christine Musyimi, Deborah Oliveira, Meera Pattabiraman, Tara Sani, Marguerite Schneider, Kate Swaffer, Dubhglas […]

02 Sep 2021

01 Jul 2021

Brazil
India
Indonesia
Jamaica
Kenya
Mexico
South Africa

WP01 Theory of change

New paper: Building a strategic theory of change to address dementia care, treatment and support gaps

A new paper describes the Theory of Change (ToC) approach used by the STRiDE Project to co-design our research project and to develop a strategic direction for dementia care, treatment and support, with stakeholders. The paper was written by a number of STRiDE colleagues led by Erica Breuer and published in the journal Dementia today. […]

01 Jul 2021

14 May 2021

Jamaica
Mexico

WP04 Unpaid care

14 May 2021

04 May 2021

Kenya

WP03 Reducing stigma

New paper: Perceptions and experiences of dementia and its care in rural Kenya

Research has found a general lack of knowledge of dementia among family carers, healthcare professionals and the general public in Kenya. The paper was written by STRiDE colleagues, Christine Musyimi, David Ndetei, Sara Evans-Lacko, Deborah Oliveira, Elizabth Mutunga and Nicolas Farina, and published in the journal Dementia this week. The research aimed to explore the perceptions […]

04 May 2021

16 Apr 2021

Australia
Brazil
India
Indonesia
Jamaica
Kenya
Mexico
South Africa

WP10 Impact

Video: STRiDE workshop as part of ADI 2020 conference

The STRiDE Project led a workshop as part of Alzheimer’s Disease International’s 2020 conference. This workshop outlines the progress made towards the project’s goals. This session was recorded for the ADI 2020 conference.

16 Apr 2021