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2019 The Hague

As a resource to visitors of the Alzheimer Europe Website, we videos of the plenary presentations and symposia at the Alzheimer Europe Conference in Barcelona.

Photos can be viewed following this link:

Videos from the following speakers are included:

Welcome and introductory comments by:

  • Iva Holmerová, Chairperson, Alzheimer Europe
  • Gerjoke Wilmink, Executive Director, Alzheimer Nederland
  • Myrra Vernooij-Dassen, Chairperson, INTERDEM
  • Helen Rochford-Brennan, Chairperson, EWGPWD
  • Kavita Parbhudayal, Deputy Mayor, The Hague
  • Theo van Uum, Director of Long-term Care, Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport

Keynote Speeches

  • K2. Debby Gerritsen (Netherlands): Empowerment and wellbeing among people with dementia

Plenary Speeches:

  • PL1.1. Geoff Huggins (United Kingdom): Improving the diagnosis, post-diagnostic support, care and inclusion of people with dementia: the findings of the 2nd European Joint Action on Dementia
  • PL1.2. Wiesje van der Flier (Netherlands): Research leading to better diagnosis and care in memory clinics – findings from the ABIDE project
  • PL1.3. Henry Brodaty (Australia): After the diagnosis… what next? Post-diagnostic support for people with dementia and their families
  • PL2.1. Wijnand Ijsselsteijn (Netherlands): Warm technology and co-design with people with dementia
  • PL2.2. Dag Aarsland (United Kingdom): What role for “wearables” in the detection of people at risk of dementia and in monitoring disease progression
  • PL2.3. Marco Blom (Netherlands): Identifying the needs and views of carers of people with dementia: The online platform of Alzheimer Nederland
  • PL2.4. Emma Ferguson-Coleman (United Kingdom): Navigating everyday challenges of life-story work with Deaf sign language users with dementia
  • PL3.1. Bernd Heise (Germany): My expectations from dementia-inclusive communities
  • PL3.2. Mohammed Akhlak Rauf (United Kingdom): Embedding intercultural care to support dementia care amongst minority ethnic communities
  • PL3.3. Julie Meerveld (Netherlands): The Dutch National Programme for a dementia-inclusive society – a collaboration involving national and local authorities, associations and companies
  • PL3.4. Elina Suzuki (OECD): Comparing dementia care and dementia-friendly initiatives across OECD countries
  • PL4.1. Tiia Ngandu (Finland):Multidomain lifestyle interventions to prevent cognitive impairment and dementia: From FINGER to World-Wide FINGERS
  • PL4.2. Meike Vernooij (Netherlands): The role of imaging in epidemiological studies : findings of the Rotterdam Scan Study
  • PL4.3. Sebastian Köhler (Netherlands): Prevention of dementia: Time to act

Neuronet sessions:

  • P5.1. Elisabetta Vaudano (Belgium): The Innovative Medicines Initiative and its neurodegeneration portfolio
  • P5.2. Carlos Diaz (Spain): Neuronet – Efficiently Networking European Neurodegeneration Research
  • P5.3. Ana Diaz (Luxembourg): Patient and Public Involvement in the IMI research portfolio
  • P13.1. María Eugenia Sáez (Spain): ADAPTED - Alzheimer's disease apolipoprotein pathology for treatment elucidation and development
  • P13.2. Angela Hodges (United Kingdom): PHAGO - Targeting TREM2 and CD33 of phagocytes for treatment of Alzheimer’s disease
  • P13.3. Martin Hofmann-Apitius (Germany): AETIONOMY - Organising mechanistic knowledge about neurodegenerative diseases for the improvement of drug development and therapy
  • P21.1. Malcolm Mcleod (United Kingdom): EQIPD - European Quality In Preclinical Data
  • P21.2. Pieter Jelle Visser (Netherlands): EMIF - European medical information framework
  • P21.3. John Gallacher (United Kingdom): ROADMAP - Real world outcomes across the AD spectrum for better care: Multi-modal data access platform
  • P21.4. Dominique Lesuisse (Belgium): IM2PACT – Investigating mechanisms and models predictive of accessibility of therapeutics into the brain
  • P29.1. José Luis Molinuevo (Spain): AMYPAD - Amyloid imaging to prevent Alzheimer’s disease
  • P29.2. Craig Ritchie (United Kingdom): EPAD - European prevention of Alzheimer’s dementia consortium
  • P29.3. Mercè Boada (Spain) MOPEAD - Models of patient engagement for Alzheimer’s disease
  • P29.4. Dag Aarsland (United Kingdom): RADAR-AD - Remote assessment of disease and relapse – Alzheimer’s disease

Special Symposium

  • SS4. Angela Pototschnigg (Austria)
  • SS4. Idalina Aguiar (Portugal)
  • SS4. Geert van Laer (Belgium)
  • SS4. Stefan Eriksson (Sweden)
  • SS4. Petri Lampinen (Finland)
  • SS4. Tomaž Gržinič (Slovenia)
  • SS4. Chris Roberts (United Kingdom)
  • SS10.1. Pieter Jelle Visser (Netherlands): Clinical data sharing landscape in dementia research: benefits and experiences of data sharing and future perspectives
  • SS10.2. Michaela Mayrhofer (Austria): Legal frameworks underpinning data sharing: impact of the GDPR on health research
  • SS10.3. Nicola Bedlington (Belgium): The views of patients and the general public on data sharing – the DataSavesLives campaign and the European Patients’ Forum

Closing ceremony

  • Gerjoke Wilmink, Executive Director, Alzheimer Nederland
  • Iva Holmerová, Chairperson, Alzheimer Europe



Last Updated: Friday 24 January 2020