Videos and photo gallery
In this section, you will find a selection of photos taken at the conference.
As a resource to visitors of the Alzheimer Europe Website, we will also included videos of the keynote presentations at the Alzheimer Europe Conference in Copenhagen.
Videos from the following speakers have been included:
Official opening by
Welcome and introductory comments by
- Sophie Løhde Jacobsen, Minister for Health, Denmark
- Heike von Lützau-Hohlbein, Chairperson, Alzheimer Europe
- Birgitte Vølund, Chairperson, Alzheimerforeningen
- Merete Lind Larse, Person with dementia, Denmark
and keynote lecture from:
- Gunhild Waldemar (Denmark): Improving the quality of health care for people with dementia
- Tina Leonard (Ireland): Putting people with dementia first: promoting a rights-based approach in national dementia strategies
- Christine Swane (Denmark): Balancing perspectives of persons with dementia and caregivers
- Adrian Ward (Council of Europe): Legal capacity and proxy-decision making: an overview of Council of Europe activities
- Richard Milne (United Kingdom): Ethical challenges in contemporary Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials and research
- Herta Adam (European Commission), Tarun Dua (World Health Organisation), Mogens Hørder (Joint Programme Neurodegenerative Diseases Research), Anne Calteux (Luxembourg Ministry of Health), Sirpa Pietikäinen (European Parliament), Hilary Doxford (World Dementia Council): Round table discussion: Making dementia a European priority
- Helen Rochford-Brennan (European Working Group of People with Dementia): The impact of receiving a diagnosis of dementia
- Craig Ritchie (United Kingdom): Asymptomatic and prodromal Alzheimer’s disease – an opportunity for dementia prevention?
- Steen Hasselbalch (Denmark): Improving the diagnosis and post-diagnostic support of people with dementia
- Henry Simmons (Scotland, United Kingdom): Improving diagnosis rates: an essential element of national dementia strategies
- Alexander Kurz (Germany): Perspectives for the future treatment of Alzheimer’s disease
- Geoff Huggins (Scotland, United Kingdom): Exchanging and implementing best practice across Europe on timely diagnosis, post-diagnostic support, care coordination, residential care and dementia-friendly communities
- Frans Verhey (Netherlands): Improving the access to formal dementia care: lessons from the Actifcare project
- Iva Holmerova (Czech Republic): Long-term care for people with dementia
- Helga Rohra (Germany): Change in dementia: the mother-son relationship
- Agnes Houston (Scotland, UK): How people with dementia can contribute to/participate in research.
- Helen Rochford-Brennan (Ireland): How the CRPD can enhance my life living with dementia
- Craig Ritchie (United Kingdom): The scientific rationale for the changing research definition of Alzheimer’s disease
- Richard Milne (United Kingdom): Ethical considerations when communicating about Alzheimer’s disease
- Jean Georges (Luxembourg): The value of knowing: Public perceptions on timely diagnosis and disclosure of risk
Last Updated: Wednesday 11 January 2017