Who Me, a Brain Research Volunteer?
Have you ever considered being a research volunteer?
Progress on cognitive health, dementia, and aging research lags because there are simply not enough people volunteering to participate.
Opportunities to make a difference by volunteering range from things you could do from your couch or home office to complex clinical trials sites in major medical centers.
This presentation will review how, why, and where you can be a participant.
Presentation by Mike Splaine, Managing Partner Recruitment Partners LLC
Mike has been working in the field of health and long term care since 1988 and has a proven track record of helping organizations achieve success in advocacy for health and long-term care issues. He combines his deep knowledge of policy and program development and management with his skills in public speaking, community organizing, adult education, media strategy, and public health communications.
Mike had a career of over 20-years on the public policy and advocacy staff of the Alzheimer’s Association. Mike is also the CEO of Cognitive Solutions, providing specialized health care consultancy on Alzheimer’s care in hospital settings, and owner of Splaine Consulting, offering governmental and policy consulting services in the U.S. and abroad.
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