CaRE webinar video featuring dementia researchers and advocates now published

YouTube video Webinar recording (1:30:20 hrs)

CaRE webinar speakers
The webinar featured short presentations followed by a panel discussion. L-R: (Top row) David Derby, Lucy Vivash, Tara McDonald; (Bottom row) Juliana Silva, Nadine Andrew, Malcolm Johnson. See video

The Community and Researcher Engagement (CaRE) committee hosted a webinar on 18 May 2022, "What we know about the brain and how it changes with dementia", which covered a range of relevant topics and perspectives relating to dementia, from the perspectives of those affected by the disease, clinicians, and researchers.

With dementia being one of the leading cause of death and a significant cause of disability in Australia, particularly in older populations, most of us will—at some stage, and in some way—be touched by the disease.


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