Scientific programme overview

Full Scientific Programme

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Plenary Sessions

Plenary sessions will start at 09:00 on Thursday and Friday, 11:00 on Saturday.  

 

Plenary 1

08 March 09:00-10:30

 

Plenary 2

08 March 11:00 – 12:30

Plenary 3

09 March 09:00-10:30

Plenary 4

09 March 11:00-12:30

Plenary 5

10 March 11:00-12:30

Preparing for the dementia epidemic

 

New diagnostics / new lexicon of Alzheimer’s disease

Is the portrayal of dementia in the mass media enhancing or reducing stigma? (Debate)

Chair: Angela Rippon

Non-pharmacological interventions and ways of managing neuro-psychiatry symptoms

Prevention and risk reduction (Debate)

 

Chair: Dale Goldhawk  

Alzheimer’s Associations as Agents of Change

 

Glenn Rees

Australia

Diagnosis of Early Alzheimer’s Disease: Implications for Drug Development

 

Paul Aisen

USA

 

A Personal Experience of Portraying Dementia

 

TBC 

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy

 

Martin Orrell

UK

Debate: “The house proposes that we believe that we have a sufficient knowledge to prevent a substantial number of people from developing dementia with the right public health interventions”

A Government Response

 

Paul Burstow

UK 

 

Diagnosing Early Alzheimer’s Disease: the IWG criteria 

Bruno Dubois

France

The Impact on my Life

 

Helga Rohra

Germany

Use of Activities to Improve Neuropsychiatric Symptoms

 

Linda Buettner

USA

Speakers to date

 

Carol Brayne

UK

Global Research for Global Action

 

Martin Prince

UK

 

Is Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease Possible Without Biomarkers?

Patricio Fuentes

Chile

How Does the Media Manage its Responsibilities?

Fiona Phillips / Louise Sutton

 

UK

Cognitive Training

 

Ryuta Kawashima

Japan

Miia Kivipelto

Sweden

 

 

Key Dates

Abstract submission: now closed
Abstract submission deadline: 14 October 2011
Online registration: now open
Early bird deadline: 13 January 2012

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