DCRC Lived Experience Project
The Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC) aims to grow partnerships with people with lived experience of dementia.
Involvement of people with lived experience is essential in setting the dementia research agenda and providing consultation on research projects. This type of involvement will help us to improve relevant, priority-driven evidence and the implementation of evidence into practice.
The aims of the DCRC Lived Experience Project are to:
- Support a group of people living with dementia and their care partners to provide advice to the DCRC Executive regarding the Centre’s projects and priorities.
- Build a database of participants interested in being involved in the review of research grants and scholarships.
- Provide training and support to people living with dementia and their care partners wishing to be involved in research projects as a co-investigator or on review panels.
We aim to recruit 10-15 people with lived experience of dementia to this group initially. People with dementia, families, care supporters, health and social care professionals, researchers, policy makers and the wider community are often also called consumers of dementia research.
|Deborah Brooks, Project Coordinator
Elizabeth Beattie, DCRC Director
Henry Brodaty, DCRC Director
Jay Dave, Lived Experience Expert
Leanne Jack, Lived Experience Expert
Theresa Flavin, Lived Experience Expert
|Dubgh Taylor, Lived Experience Expert
Tiffany Jessop, DCRC Manager and researcher
Margie MacAndrew, DCRC researcher
Ruth Peters, DCRC researcher
Theresa Scott, NHMRC Researcher