The 35th Global Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) will take place virtually and in-person, on 9-11. June 2022, at The Oval, London, UK.
The conference is longest running international conference on dementia, usually attracting over 1,000 delegates from all corners of the world. This year the conference boasts an international range of keynote speakers and oral and poster presenters, whose talks report on the latest advances in each of the 7 action areas of the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) Global action plan on dementia including:
- Dementia as 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
Early bird registration is also currently open for both in-person and virtual attendance of ADI 2022, with early bird rates available until 18 March. By taking advantage of the early bird rate, you could save up to 28%!
Registration and more information can be found at https://adiconference.org/