The American Alzheimer’s Association will be hosting the first-ever AAIC® Neuroscience Next on November 9-10, 2020. AAIC Neuroscience Next is free of charge for all attendees. This unique virtual event will showcase the work of neuroscience students and early career investigators and provide opportunities to make an impact in dementia research.
In this section you can find information about upcoming events, publications, funding opportunities, academic programmes and other resources that you may find useful.
The 12th International Dementia Conference (Transforming Care & Communities) will take place online, 2nd & 3rd Nov. This annual conference is well established as the leading annual dementia event in Ireland. The aim is to bring together expertise, experience, innovation and passion, delivering a lively set of days that enhances delegates’ knowledge base and leads them to assess their own attitudes and practices.
Conference Academic Partner: School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Dublin City University
DRNI will be hosting a webinar on Fri 30th Oct (10.30am) as part of our Early Career Researcher Online Seminar Series - 'The Clinical Research Landscape for Dementia in Ireland'. The webinar will be delivered by Prof. Sean Kennelly, Chair of DRNI. Prof.
The 30th Alzheimer Europe Conference (#30AEC) is organised under the topic “Dementia in a changing world”. It will be hosted online from 20-22 October 2020.
The annual conferences bring together all types of people who are affected by dementia - living with the disease, caring for someone with the disease or working in the field of dementia - and gives delegates the opportunity to share and exchange their experience and knowledge. Speakers from different EU Member States and further afield, share varying approaches and developments from their countries.
RCSI Dublin are delighted to host a virtual series of events over 3 Thursday evenings in November 2020 - "Parkinson's Research in Ireland".
The series is aimed at anyone with an interest in Parkinson's research, and each event will consist of 2 short talks from a researcher, a person with Parkinson's, a health professional and/or an industry representative, followed by an audience Q&A.
More information and free registration are available at EventBrite https://bit.ly/3ja826d
Date: Thursday 17th September
Time: 11am - midday
Place: Zoom - Register through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/launch-of-the-irish-dementia-cafe-network-tickets-119862426745?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch
UCC's School of Nursing & Midwifery will host its annual Older Adult Workshop on 23rd April 2020.
The theme of this years workshop is Comfort Care Concepts: Supporting decision-making for people living with dementia and their carers.
There is an exciting line up of multidisciplinary national and international speakers (see attachment for more details). It is a free event, but you must register through Eventbrite using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/86868643451
THE LATEST ADVICE ON PREVENTING, DIAGNOSING AND MANAGING DEMENTIA.
Would you like to know the best way to manage patients presenting with symptoms of dementia?
The aim of this conference is to provide healthcare workers in a range of clinical settings - including acute hospitals, community settings and GP practices - with up-to-date guidelines in preventing, diagnosing, and managing dementia and associated symptoms.
Presentations are now available from the outreach event in UCD ‘Let’s Talk About Brain Health and Brain Disease’. Thank you to all our speakers, those who had information tables, research posters and all who attended on the day.
AAIC 2017, where international investigators, clinicians and care providers gather to share the latest study results, theories and discoveries that will help bring the world closer to breakthroughs in dementia science.
Registration opens in February 2017.
For further information see: https://www.alz.org/aaic/