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Nicole Smith Jun 3
What a great line up of talks at ADF2018! Heard some great presentations from Carers, people living with dementia and researchers.
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Amy Shepherd Jun 5
Stoked to have won best oral presentation at - and look how cool the trophy is! Thanks again for the opportunity and award
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Janice Besch Jun 3
Elidemiology - tool for precision medicine says international keynote Rachel Whitmer
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Dementia Institute Jun 3
Joe Gaugler counsels the need to establish needs of research implementation delivery partners at the front end of the process- what do they need and what do they need to know?
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Dementia Institute Jun 4
Our final panel for ADF18 - Ian Gladstone, Danijela Hlis, Elaine Todd and Ron Sinclair share their experiences in consumer advocacy and involvement in research.
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Dr Erin👩🏼‍🔬 Jun 4
Way to go for winning best presentation. Well deserved and cool trophy.
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Colin Green Jun 4
A great commute to work today - Presenting on health economics (dementia) at Australian Dementia Forum 2018 Sydney
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Lee-Fay Low Jun 4
talks about how we should be supporting decision making, not just substituting decision making....
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Janice Besch Jun 3
Sue Kurrle talks about CDPC’s focus ‘from knowing to doing’
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Colin Green Jun 4
Really enjoyed meeting the NNIDR community today at ADF 2018 Sydney (the photo tweeted by Janice makes me look a bit stern, but the session was informal and fun)
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Simon Denegri Jun 4
Listening to finding consumer involvement session at the excellent conference. Ian, Danijela, Elaine and Ron share their experiences and priorities for the future. .
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Tim Sargeant Jun 3
It has been an interesting day at the Australian Forum learning about modifiable risk factors for cognitive decline
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CDPC Jun 4
How are proferssionals moving toward the concept of supported decision-making
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Theresa Scott Jun 4
Dementia and public involvement transforming how we think about people in research - people living with dementia seen as passionate and committed, ambassadors for research
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CDPC Jun 4
New paper on Supported Decision-Making for couples discussed
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Tracy Comans Jun 3
More evidence of strength of association between obesity, Diabetes and dementia. Keep your abdominal fat to healthy levels in middle age. Rachel Whitner keynote speaker.
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Dr Helen Macpherson Jun 3
What a brave and beautiful speech by Isabelle Burke about her Mum with my emotions are not coping!
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Involving Australia Jun 5
Fantastic to have Simon in Sydney to talk about UK experiences of involvement at today’s training workshop . Comments from participants: excellent, inspirational & fabulous. Thanks for being here Simon 😊
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Simon Denegri Jun 5
Great day and excellent workshop Anne. Have really enjoyed working with consumers over the last 3 days and thinking about the next steps in Involvement for the dementia community. Safe travels everyone.
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Dementia Institute Jun 3
"Engaging end users from the beginning of research is very important" and our Translation to Care Panel share their insights and take questions from ADF18 delegates
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