ROADMAP launches survey to identify important outcomes in dementia 29 Jan 2018

On 29 January, the ROADMAP project launched their recently finalised surveys to obtain views on the importance of different aspects that relate to mild cognitive impairment and dementia to assess meaningful change in disease progression.

Meaningful change in disease progression signals increasing severity of having dementia that affects the person with dementia’s life in a way that inhibits them from continuing to live their life as they were able to before having the condition.

Surveys have been designed to focus on the point of views of different groups involved in or affected by dementia. These include people with dementia, their carers, clinicians, scientists, payers, health economists, as well as other professionals.

The survey has been closed and findings will be published in near future on this website.

If you have any questions about the ROADMAP survey, please contact

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