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Changing perceptions, policy and practice to improve the lives of people affected by dementia

Alzheimer Europe is excited to announce the inaugural edition of its Alzheimer’s Association Academy for 2024, scheduled for 23 January. The online meeting will feature presentations from six speakers who will share recent advances, initiatives and projects addressing the topic of “Artificial Intelligence and Dementia”. Importantly, Alzheimer Europe recognises the importance of incorporating the perspectives of people affected by dementia, therefore their views will also be addressed. Of particular note is Ira Haraldsen (Oslo University Hospital, Norway) who will provide insights about AI-Mind, of which she is the Project Coordinator. She will present a deeper understanding of the project and its contributions to developing Artificial Intelligence-based tools to predict who is likely to develop dementia.
Alzheimer Europe looks forward to a dynamic and collaborative session. This series of Alzheimer’s Association Academy serves as a platform for collaboration and knowledge exchange among colleagues from Alzheimer Europe’s national member organisations.


Jan 23 2024


1:00 pm - 3:00 pm




Alzheimer Europe