Videos and Recorded Presentations

Recruitment, Engagement, & Retention Core Trainings

Summary of Critical Reflection Presentation

This session covers the two readings (Gilmore-Bykovskyi et al., 2021; Fritz et al., 2021), the RER checklist, and a general looking ahead for pilot grantees. Main takeaways include: (1) By focusing on individual-level factors of participation, a unidirectional moral obligation on participants is imposed and requires the participant to align their goals with that of researchers; (2) Acute care recruitment approaches must consider situation, recruiter skillset, periods of uncertainty, and preferred timing; and (3) it is important to appraise aspects of your research protocol for elements that can either help or harm participation (e.g., eligibility criteria, level of participant involvement).

Research Core Trainings

Data Core Trainings

Description

Rush ADC Data Sharing and Medicare Linkages
This presentation gives and overview of the data available through the Rush ADC. It also discussed the Medicare claims linkage availability through MedRIC. Dr. Bryan James is an epidemiologist with the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center and an associate professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, Section of Epidemiology Research. His research focuses on identifying risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, cognitive decline and disability at the population level. In particular, he is interested in social and lifestyle factors that can protect against the clinical manifestation of disease pathology in the aging brain.