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Alzheimer’s Society is holding its biggest-ever conference in London on Thursday 18 May. Bringing together the health, social care, research and policy communities to discuss how best to improve the quality of life for people affected by dementia.

Alzheimer's Society is merging its research and policy conferences into one flagship event. The conference will unite experts in policy, research, government, health and social care to discuss and understand what action is needed to create a better deal for people living with dementia. The programme will provide an unprecedented opportunity to hear from and ask questions to the leading national and international figures about the latest developments and innovations in dementia care and research. 

Highlights include:

  • State of the Nation - results from our biggest ever consultation of people with dementia
  • The vision for the Dementia Research Institute, from newly appointed director Bart de Strooper
  • Parallel sessions on dementia risk reduction, drug targets, co-production in research, and health and social care integration
Find out more and register here.

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