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Glenn Rees
Glenn Rees, AM - Chair of
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Glenn Rees Jun 5
New report by : only 28 countries have developed a national response to . Although many more are in development, this is not enough. @Dementiaalliance
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Paola Barbarino May 30
An important announcement as France , Scotland, Sweden and Australia are the first countries to be awarded grants from Bill Gates’ Diagnostics Accelerator !
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Glenn Rees May 14
Thanks for making the effort
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Glenn Rees May 14
Despair at the Royal Commission on Aged Care on the excessive use of medical restraint on people with
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Glenn Rees May 5
Join more than 10000 people to complete the Alzheimers Disease International survey on attitudes to dementia
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Alzheimer Society Apr 25
What do YOU think about dementia? Take part in the world’s largest survey on people’s attitudes towards dementia. Your participation will benefit people living with dementia all over the world. Take the survey now and RT to help spread the word!
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Glenn Rees Apr 15
Sounds promising but it is important that if issues are detected those being tested get good support in understanding next steps
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Glenn Rees Apr 13
Enough is enough! Justice for refugees
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Glenn Rees Apr 5
Reform on outcome indicators were promised in 2012. Without respect for people with dementia by many in the industry there will be no progress
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Bill Gates Apr 2
Thanks to major breakthroughs over the last several years, we’re closer than ever to having a reliable, affordable, and easy-to-use way to diagnose Alzheimer’s.
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Glenn Rees Apr 1
And how much Australians of any political persuasion miss a politician who can look the nation in the eye
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Paola Barbarino Mar 20
Today an inspirational tour which I would call the birthplace of healthcare dreams. A visionary outpost of the Gates family of ventures, we were inspired by the scale of its ambition. Thanks for a great meeting and for allowing us to dream
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Paola Barbarino Mar 19
Thanks to all friends and colleagues @alzheimersociety for a warm welcome and great conversations. We are all crossing our fingers for the national plan for Canada 🇨🇦 to come out soon!
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Glenn Rees Jan 17
Replying to @abcnews
Industry associations should be ashamed that it has been left to the ABC to throw a spotlight on this issue over many years to get action
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Glenn Rees Jan 1
Replying to @BillGates
We share your ambition. Glenn Rees Chair Alzheimer's Disease International
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Glenn Rees Dec 18
Great news. We are lucky to have the Institute and to attract people like Jurgen Gotz to research in Australia
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Glenn Rees Dec 16
Great work Tuan. A wonderful way lead into 2019 and beyond. Ans all so well deserved
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Glenn Rees Sep 11
Louisa I was taught by Denison. A wonderful man and teacher who took us to French films and his home to perfect our accents. We all got honours. Would love to hear from Louisa on 02 6290 1634 anytime. Lovely memories. Hazel Rees (maiden name La Brooy)
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Glenn Rees 12 Jun 18
Fewer than 40% of OECD countries are able to estimate diagnosis rates nationally, and only two countries (the United Kingdom and Denmark) have set specific targets to improve diagnosis rates
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Glenn Rees 12 Jun 18
Important new policy doc from OECD for governments on
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