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Conference Photos and Videos

2014 Glasgow

In this section, you will find a selection of photos taken at the conference and a video trailer of 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 Glasgow.

Videos from the following speakers have been included:

Opening ceremony welcome by:

and keynote lecture from:

  • Geoff Huggins: A rights based approach to developing amd implementing Scotland's National Dementia Strategy

Plenary sessions:

Special symposium

Parallel sessions

  • Maribel Pino: Involvement of persons with dementia and their carers in the development of assistive technology solutions: the Living Lab approach
  • Gill Phillips and Ken Howard: We can't cure you. We can't cure you but... A story with two endings.
  • Rachael Litherland: Dementia Engagement & Empowerment Project – making involvement and influencing meaningful
  • Matt Murray and Barbara Woodward: Alzheimer’s Society’s Research Network: 15 years of involving people affected by dementia in research
  • Members of the Scottish Dementia Working Group Research Sub-group: Core principles for involving people with dementia in research
  • May-Hilde Garden: Training programme for peer support workers
  • Štefanija Lukic Zlobek: How Alzheimer Cafe became successful in Slovenia
  • Nan Greenwood: Peer support for carers: the experiences of carers and peer volunteers
  • Charlotte Clarke: The role and impact of peer support by and for people with dementia and their carers in implementing the National Dementia Strategy for England (DH 2009)
  • Rebecca Poz: Delivering Compassion Focused Therapy to couples experiencing a diagnosis of dementia in a group setting: is it feasible?
  • Richard Ward: Memory friendly neighbourhoods: Highlights from a programme of knowledge exchange
  • Sabine Henry-Gössing: Dementia-friendly cities and police: a new collaboration
  • Heather Lundy: Can dementia friendly communities improve the quality of life for people with dementia enabling them to remain living within their own community?
  • Nancy McAdam: Nancy– A purposeful life with dementia
  • Philly Hare: Time bombs and tsunamis: the impact of negative language and images on people with dementia
  • Dianne Gove: Ethical issues linked to the way that dementia and people with dementia are perceived and portrayed
  • Mercè Boada: Perception of dementia in 5882 families evaluated in Fundació ACE
  • Erika Moisl: Talking about dementia: the views of people affected
  • Neva Železnik: Dementia and the media

Closing ceremony

  • Stefania Lukic Zlobec: Ljubljana 2015 Mark the date!
  • Henry Simmons, Chief Executive, Alzheimer Scotland
  • Iva Holmerova, Vice-Chairperson, Alzheimer Europe



Last Updated: Friday 27 February 2015


  • Acknowledgements

    The 24th Alzheimer Europe Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, UK received funding from the European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme. Alzheimer Europe and Alzheimer Scotland gratefully acknowledge the additional support provided by foundations and companies.
  • European Union
  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Glasgow City Marketing Bureau
  • Institute for the Scientific Information on Coffee
  • Life Changes Trust
  • Roche
  • SCA Global Hygiene