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The 10/66 Dementia Research Group

The 10/66 Dementia Research Group is a collective of researchers carrying out population-based research into dementia, non-communicable diseases and ageing in low and middle income countries.

10/66 refers to the two-thirds (66%) of people with dementia living in low and middle income countries, and the 10% or less of population-based research that has been carried out in those regions.

10/66 is a part of Alzheimer's Disease International, and is co-ordinated from the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London.



Good Quality Research
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Generates Awareness
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Shapes Policy
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Encourages and pioneers service development


On this website, we have sections for researchers, policymakers, study participants and public. You will be able to access the latest news about this unique project, and download newsletters, conference presentations, open access published papers, policy briefings and reports. In the spirit of complete transparency, we are making available all protocols and survey interviews. Colleagues in the wider scientific community will be invited to apply to use the anonymised 10/66 study datasets for secondary data analyses, subject to scientific and ethical review. We hope that this will complement the work of the 10/66 Dementia Research Group, and unlock the full potential of this rich data resource.


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Latest 10/66 News

  • Professor Martin Prince's service to the field of psychogeriatrics has been recognised by the International Psychogeriatric Association IPA in its 2011 round of Distinguished Service Awards. Prof Prince’s work was recognised during the IPA 2011 International Congress at The Hague on 6th -9th September. Link

  • Incidence data – now available for open access! The 10/66 incidence studies have now been completed in Cuba, DR, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela, China, including mortality data for India. It followed 11,718 older people free of dementia at baseline with 34,718 person years of follow-up. This is a unique data and one of the largest studies of the incidence of dementia yet conducted. To apply to use this data click here...

  • "Total dementia costs are US$604 billion in 2010". The World Alzheimer's Report 2010 More...

  • Dissemination: a 10/66 Chinese movie on dementia(26/02/09) Watch the trailer
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  • Latest Papers Published (Nov 10) More...



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