Alzheimer's Society is dedicated to communicating dementia research in a clear and accessible way. We produce and contribute to a number of publications. This ensures that we keep scientists, health professionals and the public informed about our research programme and about the field of dementia research.
- Subscribe today and stay informed on Alzheimer's Society research.
The Alzheimer's Society E-journal carries in-depth comment and analysis on individual research topics contributed by specialists in the field of dementia research with a shorter version of each article in lay language.
- The E-journal is available online.
The Annual round-up summarises the year's achievements and activities including newly funded and completed research, news from the Research Network and comment from Alzheimer's Society Scientific Advisor, Professor Clive Ballard.
- The annual round-up is produced in September and is available for download.
The impact report is produced each year as part of the ongoing evaluation of Alzheimer's Society research and the research programme.
The leaflet includes details of publications and research dissemination activity, as well as examples of how our research is building capacity and providing tangible progress within dementia research
- Download the 'Cause, cure, care and prevention: Impact of Alzheimer's Society's dementia research programme 1990-2012' which looks at the impact of our research programme over 20 years.
- The annual impact reports are available for download.
Research information leaflets
Alzheimer's Society Research produce information leaflets that may be of interest.
- A guide to dementia science. This leaflet provides basic information about the science of the brain and dementia.
Other Alzheimer's Society publicationsThe monthly Living With Dementia magazine often features articles on different aspects of dementia research and the ways in which they have an impact on people with dementia and their carers.
Research publicationsAlzheimer's Society funds quality research into dementia in the UK. The findings of this research are frequently published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. A full list of publications will be available online soon.
Download or subscribe to the Research newsletter to keep up to date with dementia research
Read the latest issue or browse the archives for in-depth analysis and comment on dementia research
Browse this annual publication from Alzheimer's Society research
Read about the impact of Alzheimer's Society research
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