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STRiDE Dementia Project
Research to strengthen responses to dementia in seven developing countries: Brazil, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Kenya, Mexico and South Africa.
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LSE Inequalities Jul 15
Sizing up : for Social & Economic Equity at LSE's International Inequalities Institute are proud to have funded the Multidimensional Inequality Framework (MIF) project, launched today.
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Asghar Zaidi Jul 18
Study on in Pakistan, on public awareness, family responsibility, care needs & religion, Ta 'dream team' Dr Willis Thanks
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Paola Barbarino Jul 18
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Suvarna Alladi Jul 18
An amazing and now India, where complexity of disparity, vascular risk and dementia is real. Grateful for the research advancing this field. Thanks Deb
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TheImpactInitiative Jul 17
'Introducing the qualities of -policy partnerships in international development: A new analytical framework'
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Dementia Alliance Jul 16
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Dr Klara Lorenz Jul 16
Thank you and for having us! It was a great day sharing ideas and learning!
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GBHI Jul 16
Grateful to , , and , who joined in London today to share insights on . Cheers to and pushing forward!
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Suvarna Alladi Jul 16
A great morning of meeting young and senior researchers working with dementia in diverse populations. Unity in diversity. Thanks
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Adelina ComasHerrera🎗 Jul 16
You can catch the Special Organized Session on financing and markets either at Universiaetsspital Basel ZLF Gross today at 10.30 Swiss time, or via the livestream link , from wherever you are!
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Prof Clive Ballard Jul 14
Replying to @Clive_Ballard
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Prof Clive Ballard Jul 14
Risk of 32% lower in ppl w high genetic risk + healthy lifestyle, compared to people w low genetic risk and unhealthy lifestyle. research published in at
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Adelina ComasHerrera🎗 Jul 15
If you can’t make it to Basel for many sessions will be on livestream, including an excellent one on and markets tomorrow, featuring Naoki Ikegami, and me 😉
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Suvarna Alladi Jul 15
Knowledge gaps in vascular contributions to dementia and signature white matter hyperintensities. An article to re-retweet. Brought out as a effort focuses much on vascular risk and dementia and need for more understanding and research
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Martin Knapp Jul 12
Very unusual to find something that helps carers for such a long duration, and especially one that is clearly affordable within health & care systems
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Dominic Trépel, PhD Jul 11
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CLAHRC South London Jul 10
The abstracts from the 2nd UK Implementation Science Research Conference have been published ➿🎉 We look forward to the oral and poster presentations at our conference next week
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Chris Lynch Jul 10
⁩ speaking passionately on , lack of preparedness of health care systems, earlier research focus & continuing stigma ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Michael Hodin Jul 9
Health systems were designed in the 19th century to respond to acute conditions & treat them. Today’s diseases are chronic & patients are affected by more than one at a time. How can our health systems adapt to meet the needs of this new reality?
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STRiDE Dementia Project Jul 9
Great to read the latest newsletter, highlighting their work learning about the impact of providing care on care partners, their first national advisory group meeting, and outreach events!
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