ADI Conference 2022 – Global Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International

ADI Conference 2022

Welcome to the Giggabox ADI Conference 2022 hub! Here you will find all the key details for the upcoming Global Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International.

The 3 day event will take place at The Oval Cricket Ground in London.

We at Giggabox will be producing the event, ensuring the event runs smoothly in-person and online.

The ADI Conference 2022 is what’s known as a hybrid event. The event is available to attend in person or be viewed online through a virtual event platform we will be using.

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8-11th June, 2022

The 3 day hybrid event features a virtual event platform which allows for a complete event viewing process. The platform will allow you to seamlessly connect with with fellow attendees and ADI speakers. Check out the video above to find out how to use the virtual event platform.

It will feature live speakers as well as pre-recorded footage. Virtual and in-person attendees will include researchers, medical professionals, to informal carers, and those living with dementia. Follow the link below to register for the ADI Conference 2022.

REGISTRATION

About The ADI Conference 2022

The London 2022 Conference is the 35th installment of the Alzheimer’s Disease International conference.

The event will feature speakers and delegates who discuss the latest advances of the 7 action areas of the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) Global action plan on dementia.

Key topics of the event include:

  • Symposium
  • Dementia Awareness and Friendliness
  • Dementia Diagnosis, Treatment, Care and Support
  • Information Systems For Dementia
  • Dementia as a Public Health Priority
  • Risk Reduction for Dementia
  • Support For Dementia Carers
  • Dementia Research & Innovation

About Alzheimer’s Disease International

Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) was organised to help to fight Alzheimer’s disease. ADI is the international federation of Alzheimer and dementia associations. in official relations with the World Health Organization (WHO).

They focus on risk reduction, timely diagnosis, present day care, and cure research for Alzheimer’s disease.

Alzheimer’s Disease International was founded in 1984 and work by empowering Alzheimer and dementia associations to offer care and support for people with dementia. ADI strives to focus attention on dementia, maintain it as a global health priority, and encourage investment in research. The Global Conference of Disease International is their latest movement on dementia awareness.

Click here to find out more about Alzheimer’s Disease International.

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