Our reports provide evidence that helps to build awareness and support pioneering dementia research in the UK and globally.
Dementia devastates the lives of everyone it touches, but our analysis shows that women are bearing a disproportionate weight of the impact.
Wave 2 builds on findings from Wave 1 (2018), shining a light on the UK’s attitudes towards dementia.
Old Age Psychiatrists’ views on diagnosing and treating Alzheimer’s disease before dementia
Our vision of how to progressively reform and build dementia diagnostics capability in the UK.
People with dementia are at risk of missing out on new treatments if the UK does not improve how it hosts clinical trials, according to a new report from Alzheimer’s Research UK.
How we can use ‘brain health’ to transform the public’s attitude towards dementia risk reduction.
Alzheimer’s Research UK has called on government to invest in six priority research areas, which will help to deliver a life-changing treatment for dementia.
Our report reveals public attitudes to early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s.
A comprehensive review of public attitudes towards dementia and research, identifying key misperceptions and opportunities for shaping public attitudes towards the condition.
The five actions government can take to improve the lives of people with dementia.
Analysis of how future dementia treatments will impact our health system and the taskforce we’re launching to overcome the unique challenges these treatments present.
Using the NHS Health Checks as a way of motivating people in midlife to make positive lifestyle changes to reduce their risk of dementia has been a success, as revealed in this report.
Our report highlights the progress being made in dementia research capacity.
Our report outlines a number of challenges and pressures in the healthcare system that may present problems for the roll-out of potential disease-modifying treatments of the future.
Our report shines a spotlight on the daily challenges of caring for a loved one who has dementia.
Dementia has not only become the leading cause of death among British women, but they are also far more likely to end up as carers of those with dementia than men.
Our manifesto outlined key actions that we believe need to take place for the UK to take the lead in defeating dementia.
Outlining the five key steps we must take to meet the challenge and defeat dementia.
Estimating the impact that new preventions and treatments for dementia could have on the UK economy.