9 August 2021
The UK Homeside study has recently recruited its 80th dyad to participate in the international randomised controlled trial investigating music and reading interventions for people living with dementia and their informal caregivers. This milestone brings the study just over three quarter mark for the recruitment target of 99 dyads in the UK.
9 August 2021
The Homeside team has undertaken a systematic review of strategies for recruiting people with dementia and/or their family carers to music therapy studies. The results was published in the <em>Journal of Music Therapy</em> on June 26 2021.
12 January 2021
The Homeside study in the UK has recently recruited its 50th dyad, who are participating in the international randomised controlled trial investigating music and reading interventions for person living with dementia and their informal caregivers. This milestone brings the study just over the halfway point for the recruitment target of 99 dyads in the UK.
9 December 2020
CIMTR Director continues profile-raising with Guardian article
7 December 2020
We are excited to share the new strategic plan for the Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research (CIMTR), outlining the aims and focus of our research over the next five years.
4 August 2020
Homeside UK has now recruited 20 dyads to the study!
23 June 2020
The international Participant and Public Involvement (PPI) group met virtually on 29 May, bringing together individuals who have experience caring for and working with people living with dementia to discuss the Homeside study going forward.
12 May 2020
Participant and Public Involvement (PPI) has been central to Homeside throughout the study
29 April 2020
Music therapy and dementia project moves online, to allow for social distancing
9 April 2020
Music therapy initiative is continuing online following COVID-19 restrictions