A policy, clinical and research challenge
24‒25 November 2020
Register for free for the first ever Think Brain Health conference to hear directly from a range of experts on the importance of good brain health for all.
Healthcare professionals, public health professionals, researchers, policymakers and patient advocates with an interest in good brain health and prevention of brain disease are invited to this free, virtual conference. Delegates may choose to attend one or both 90-minute sessions.
- Health promotion and clinical risk management, 24 November. Chaired by Dr Alastair Noyce, Queen Mary University of London
- Research needs in brain health, 25 November. Chaired by Professor Philip Scheltens, Alzheimer Center Amsterdam
For more information go to https://www.thinkbrainhealth.org/events/