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The Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences is seeking clinicians with current or previous experience of dementia diagnosis and care pathways, who are willing to share their experiences and thoughts on new diagnostic technology.


We’re interested in

  • Clinician experiences and opinions of how dementia diagnosis comes about and what care pathways look like.
  • What clinicians feel would be helpful when new diagnostic technology is being introduced into dementia diagnosis.

If you are interested and are able to spare up to 60 minutes of your time, please read the Participant Information Sheet and contact us at  

Participants will be compensated for their time.  


About the study

Study title: Clinicians’ views on pathways for dementia diagnosis and a novel diagnostic imaging technology for dementia.


Ethics approval reference: University of Oxford Central University Research Ethics Committee (R80952/RE001)

This study is part of an NIHR Invention for Innovation (i4i) funded research project ‘Cortical Disarray Measurement - a novel and promising tool to predict progression amongst patients presenting with mild cognitive impairment’. The research team is a collaboration between the University of Oxford, Oxford Brain Diagnostics, University of Southampton, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. Dr Margaret Glogowska is a Senior Researcher and Dr Rajan Patel an Academic Clinical Fellow in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford. They are supported by other clinicians and academics in the project team.