May 15, 2019 The third edition of Dementia Forum X took place at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. This year’s event gathered 130 major stakeholders in the areas of society, care, research, finance, and business to join us for a day-long event discussion of dementia’s impact on our global society. This year’s focus was on finance, innovation and women’s brain health. Learn more by clicking the link in the title of this post.
May 3, 2019 The International Federation on Ageing and the World Health Organization (WHO) are pleased to announce the next webinar in a series that contributes to an ongoing dialogue to bring together knowledge, new ideas and innovation around age-friendly environments (AFE). Join participants from around the world who are interested in the intersection of the Decade of Health Ageing and age-friendly environments.
February 8, 2019. This webinar hosted by Alzheimer’s Disease International will compare the research available in low- and middle-income vs. high- income countries, and will drill down into new areas such as access to research, particularly focusing on barriers, enablers, and opportunities.
December 23, 2018, Stockholm, Sweden.
This year saw the submission of over 650 ideas by 500+ nursing students based in Sweden, Finland, Poland and Germany. Find out who will receive the Euro 6000 scholarship in each country, along with the jury’s motivation for selecting the winning ideas.
September 11-12 2017, Jersey City, USA.
This annual conference brings together academic and industry scientists intent on accelerating the development of innovative treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
September 18-22 2017, Lisbon, Portugal.
This key meeting on Alzheimer´s Disease will be built on two main pillars: the Social and Health Care Research(September 18-19), and the Scientific Summit (September 18-19).
October 2-4 2017, Berlin, Germany.
This year’s conference will be held under the motto “Care today, cure tomorrow”.
October 16-18 2017, Rome, Italy.
Dementia 2017 will congregate renowned speakers, principal investigators, experts, neurologist’s and Dementia researchers from both academia and health care industry will join together to discuss their views and research.
October 17-20 2017, Melbourne, Australia.
The conference will inspire delegates to explore more innovative and creative ways to improve the quality of life and support of people, of all ages, living with all forms of dementia.