35th Global Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International
We are pleased to announce that the 35th Global Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International will be hosted online and in-person in London, UK at The Kia Oval on 8-10 June 2022.
The theme for the conference, New horizons in dementia: Building on hope, continues the momentum gained during our 2020 conference. The 2022 conference will look at progress and barriers, new developments and innovations across all 7-action areas of the WHO Global action plan on dementia. We’ll shine a light on recent developments and forecast breakthroughs in research, diagnosis, treatment, care, and support, and of course our continued focus on awareness raising, challenging stigma and advocacy.
For the first time ever, the conference will run as a hybrid event with both in-person and virtual attendees. The programme will feature in-person and broadcast plenary sessions, a mix of live and recorded parallel sessions, a live and virtual exhibition and networking.
Early bird registration will open in October 2021.
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Abstract submissions now open
Continuing the momentum gained during our 2020 virtual conference, abstract themes for our 35th global conference will be centred around the 7-action areas of the WHO Global action plan on dementia, with over 50 abstract topics to choose from.
We welcome both scientific and non-scientific abstracts on a range of topics, including research, care, technology and innovation, with abstract topic areas including:
- Dementia as a public health priority
- Dementia awareness and friendliness
- Dementia risk reduction
- Dementia diagnosis, treatment, care and support
- Support for dementia carers
- Information systems for dementia
- Dementia research and innovation