Dementia Care Research and Practice Track
We will be offering the two-day Dementia Care Research and Practice Track (DCRP) again this year at AAIC 2016. Oral and poster presentations for both researchers and dementia care practitioners will be selected by experts in both fields. This track is the perfect place to discover how practice and research come together to help solve the current, complex issues facing people with Alzheimer’s and related disorders and their families and caregivers.
The sessions on July 25 and 26 (Monday and Tuesday) will feature the latest research and updates regarding epidemiology, health economics, policy and psychosocial factors related to dementia, and innovative dementia care practices.
You can register for the Dementia Care Research and Practice Track as part of the full conference experience at AAIC, or as registrant for the two-day track only.
If you would like to attend AAIC 2016, as well as the Dementia Care Research and Practice Track, select full conference during your registration.
If you would like to attend the two-day Dementia Care Research and Practice Track ONLY, enter the code DCRP at the top of the Profile page in the Promo/Event code box during registration. This session will automatically appear in your pending purchases box.
Selection of Presentations
For the two-day Dementia Care Research and Practice Track, the research presentations will be selected by the Scientific Program Committee and the practice-related presentations will be selected by the following Co-Chairs:
- Henry Brodaty, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia
- Laura N. Gitlin Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Baltimore, MD, United States
- Mary E. Schulz, Alzheimer Society of Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada
If you have any questions about registration for DCRP, please contact AAIC@alz.org.
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