Listening to Stakeholder Voices in Dementia Care & Research

Event Date & Time

September 22, 2020 at 10am-1pm



Event Details:
Family care partners, people living with dementia and those with an interest in dementia care and research are invited to attend this free virtual event.

During this event, attendees will:

  • Hear from experts in person and family-centered dementia care and research
  • Learn ways that we can support people to live well with dementia by addressing associated stigmas
  • Examine the opportunities for people living with dementia and caregivers to be collaborators in research


Rev. Dr. Cynthia Huling Hummel: author, artist and advocate living with dementia. She will speak about stigma and the need to listen to the voices of people living with dementia.

Jan Dougherty, MS, RN, FAAN: dementia care consultant and President of TravALZ. She will discuss the importance for health professionals to work with families for a person-centered approach to care.

Rachel Andricosky, MS: senior program officer at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). She will discuss patient-centered outcomes research and why it is an effective approach to research in the field of dementia care.

Stakeholder Advisory Council members will also share how they collaborated to engage people living with dementia, family care partners and health and social professionals to develop a list of research topics that are most important to the community.


This event is part of the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing Caring for the Caregiver program.

For more information, contact Sara Masoud 210-450-8487 or


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