Global dialogue on health systems readiness and dementia
Wednesday 7 July 2021
A global dialogue on dementia and health systems readiness on 7 July 2021 will gather international leaders to discuss this area of focus as part of the dementia landscape project. This dialogue will be led by Dr Margaret Hamburg, former Commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration and member of the World Dementia Council, and Professor Howard Bergman, Professor of Family Medicine, Medicine (Geriatrics), and Oncology at McGill University.
Global dialogue on dementia and an ageing society
Wednesday 30 June 2021
A global dialogue on dementia and an ageing society will take place on 30 June 2021 and co-chaired by Professor Shekhar Saxena, Professor of the Practice of Global Mental Health at Harvard and a member of the World Dementia Council, and Sarah Lock, Senior Vice President for Policy at AARP.
To help inform the report, a number of global dialogues are being held, which are gathering international experts to reflect on where we have come from, where we are now and what the next steps are to help realize the 2025 goals. The dialogues are helping the Council prepare the report, drawing on the insight from experts in the field.
The Council has greatly appreciated hearing from those working across the dementia community as part of this project and looks forward to ongoing events as part of the project schedule.