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Gill Ayling (Brisbane) 2015 - Global Action Against Dementia

15 September 2015

Gill Ayling, Head of Global Action Against Dementia with the United Kingdom's Health Department, was Alzheimer's Australia's guest speaker for Dementia Awareness Month in 2015.

This recording is from her Brisbane presentation on Global Action Against Dementia.

Steve Milton, Dementia-Friendly Communities

2 October 2014

Steve Milton, the Director of Innovations in Dementia in the UK, was in Australia in September for Dementia Awareness Month 2014 on a lecture tour for Alzheimer's Australia.

During Steve's tour, he talked about the dementia-friendly work that has evolved in the UK. He talked about the simple improvements that can be made in communities to make people with dementia feel more engaged in community life.

This is his lecture he delivered when he was in Sydney on Monday 15 September 2014.

Breakfast with John Breitner (part 1)

19 October 2011

In 2011 Alzheimer's Australia invited Professor John Breitner to speak to Australian audiences on timely diagnosis.

Professor John Breitner MD, MPH, is a geriatric psychiatrist and epidemiologist who has devoted his career to Alzheimer's disease. He has worked extensively in diagnosis and treatment of patients with dementia and is also a world renowned researcher.  

In his presentation Professor Brietner provides an overview of:
• what does brain research tell us about changes in the brain and dementia
• the pathology and the clinical symptoms
• modifying the progression - what do we know?
• the implications for clinical practice

 

 

Breakfast with John Breitner (part 2)

19 October 2011

In 2011 Alzheimer's Australia invited Professor John Breitner to speak to Australian audiences on timely diagnosis.

Professor John Breitner MD, MPH, is a geriatric psychiatrist and epidemiologist who has devoted his career to Alzheimer's disease. He has worked extensively in diagnosis and treatment of patients with dementia and is also a world renowned researcher.  

In his presentation Professor Brietner provides an overview of:
• what does brain research tell us about changes in the brain and dementia
• the pathology and the clinical symptoms
• modifying the progression - what do we know?
• the implications for clinical practice

 

Breakfast with John Breitner (part 3)

19 October 2011

In 2011 Alzheimer's Australia invited Professor John Breitner to speak to Australian audiences on timely diagnosis.

Professor John Breitner MD, MPH, is a geriatric psychiatrist and epidemiologist who has devoted his career to Alzheimer's disease. He has worked extensively in diagnosis and treatment of patients with dementia and is also a world renowned researcher.  

In his presentation Professor Brietner provides an overview of:
• what does brain research tell us about changes in the brain and dementia
• the pathology and the clinical symptoms
• modifying the progression - what do we know?
• the implications for clinical practice

 

Breakfast with John Breitner (part 4)

19 October 2011

In 2011 Alzheimer's Australia invited Professor John Breitner to speak to Australian audiences on timely diagnosis.

Professor John Breitner MD, MPH, is a geriatric psychiatrist and epidemiologist who has devoted his career to Alzheimer's disease. He has worked extensively in diagnosis and treatment of patients with dementia and is also a world renowned researcher.  

In his presentation Professor Brietner provides an overview of:
• what does brain research tell us about changes in the brain and dementia
• the pathology and the clinical symptoms
• modifying the progression - what do we know?
• the implications for clinical practice

 

Breakfast with John Breitner (part 5)

19 October 2011

In 2011 Alzheimer's Australia invited Professor John Breitner to speak to Australian audiences on timely diagnosis.

Professor John Breitner MD, MPH, is a geriatric psychiatrist and epidemiologist who has devoted his career to Alzheimer's disease. He has worked extensively in diagnosis and treatment of patients with dementia and is also a world renowned researcher.  

In his presentation Professor Brietner provides an overview of:
• what does brain research tell us about changes in the brain and dementia
• the pathology and the clinical symptoms
• modifying the progression - what do we know?
• the implications for clinical practice

 

Breakfast with John Breitner (part 6)

19 October 2011

In 2011 Alzheimer's Australia invited Professor John Breitner to speak to Australian audiences on timely diagnosis.

Professor John Breitner MD, MPH, is a geriatric psychiatrist and epidemiologist who has devoted his career to Alzheimer's disease. He has worked extensively in diagnosis and treatment of patients with dementia and is also a world renowned researcher.  

In his presentation Professor Brietner provides an overview of:
• what does brain research tell us about changes in the brain and dementia
• the pathology and the clinical symptoms
• modifying the progression - what do we know?
• the implications for clinical practice