Alzheimer’s Society has partnered with Marie Curie to fund £1 million for new, impact-focused research that can improve the end-of-life experience for people with dementia and those who care for and support them.

The objective of the call is to understand and address the unique needs of people with dementia, and to provide the right care and support which will improve the end-of-life experience for people with dementia and their carers. 

Expressions of interest are open until 30 July 2024

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