20 May 2024

CLIP (Community Learning in Partnership), part of Acis Group, is delighted to announce an upcoming community event aimed at promoting Clinical Trials Day. The event, delivered by CLIP in collaboration with the specialist Dementia Research Team from Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, will take place on Monday 20 May at the CLIP centre in Mablethorpe, located on Seacroft Road. The session will begin at 12.30pm.

This free event aims to engage anyone in the local community, providing valuable information on dementia and the importance of clinical trials. By signing up to Join Dementia Research, community members can match with various studies nationwide, including local and online opportunities. The goal is to have a better understanding of dementia's impact on the community and encourage participation in the Dementia Research Register.

Donna Smith, Wellbeing Hub Co-ordinator at CLIP, expressed her enthusiasm: "We are really happy to support the work of these specialist nurses, and we hope that any of our customers, as well as the local community, who might want to know more can come along to this friendly, welcoming event."

The national register offered by Join Dementia Research connects registered volunteers with dementia researchers across the UK who are seeking participants for their studies. Once registered, volunteers can review their study matches and decide whether to participate, contributing significantly to the future of dementia care, diagnosis, and treatment.

The event will provide an opportunity to meet the dedicated nursing team and learn about the support available from both CLIP and the local specialist dementia nurses. We encourage everyone to join us, engage with the team, and discover how you can make a difference.

For more information about CLIP in Mablethorpe you can to contact them on:

Telephone: 01507 473325

Website: www.cliplearning.com

Email: info@cliplearning.com

For more information on the Dementia Research Register visit: www.joindementiaresearch.nihr.ac.ukm 

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