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Date:
15/05/2016

1st EUROPEAN DRUG DISCOVERY FOR NEURODEGENERATION CONFERENCE

Time:
09:00
Location:
Budapest, Hungary

 

This important 3-day conference will educate scientists on the processes of translating basic research into novel therapies and will leave participants with a strong knowledge base and relevant resources to address the associated barriers and challenges in developing a drug
Date:
15/03/2016

Preventing falls among older people in hospital

Time:
09:15
Location:
Venues Marble Arch, London

 

Delegates on this Preventing Falls Among Older People In Hospital course will leave with the tools to develop an effective fall service and intervention strategy
Date:
06/03/2016

10th ANNUAL DRUG DISCOVERY FOR NEURODEGENERATION CONFERENCE

Time:
14:00
Location:
Miami, Florida

 

This international 3-day conference will provide participants with fundamental knowledge and resources on developing new drugs to treat and prevent neurodegenerative diseases.
Date:
01/05/2014

29th International Conference Of Alzheimer’s Disease

Time:
09:00
Location:
Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel

 

The theme of this unique 4-day conference is "Dementia: working together for a global solution".  If you are a professional in the field of Alzheimer’s, an individual living with the disease or a carer, attendance at ADI’s 2014 conference is a must.
Date:
13/02/2013

Meeting the Challenge of Dementia: Raising Awareness and Improving Care Standards

Time:
10:00
Location:
Central London

 

The symposium provides a platform to discuss how to raise awareness of dementia, explore how to tackle the stigma attached to the condition and examine the next steps needed to strengthen local partnership working and improve support and services for sufferers and carers.

 

Date:
05/09/2012

Ageing: Moving Beyond Boundaries

Time:
08:30
Location:
Lancaster University

 

This 3-day conference invites those working on issues of ageing and older people to contribute to a common goal by offering insights from across the disciplines. The aim is to gain a better understanding of such issues as: normal ageing processes and the ageing body; preventative strategies and how best to promote active ageing; how to prevent or cope with the onset of 'diseases of older age'; as well as understanding how we might best address the care and support needs of rising numbers of our 'oldest old' at a time when we are faced with declining pensions and welfare, and a potential 'care deficit'.
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