16. September 2020
Invitation to the 2nd Krems Dementia Conference (VIRTUAL), 16th – 18th November 2020
Dear dementia friends,
timely diagnosis can greatly improve the quality of life of people with dementia and their families and loved ones. In the 2nd Krems Dementia Conference we will bring the latest findings & ideas on prevention, timely diagnosis and support for persons with dementia – due to the current corona situation online via live transmission and for free– directly to your home or office. International participants from different professions and disciplines will provide insights into the activities of Western and Eastern European countries in order to create the basis for cross-national cooperation that will enable improvements in the care of people with dementia and their relatives. The aim is to present and discuss approaches, best practice models, results and ideas from research and practice for the support of people with dementia. Experts will draw first conclusions & learning experiences from the COVID 19-pandemic for people with dementia and their relatives.
You are also welcome to bring in your own experiences!
2nd Krems Dementia Conference (VIRTUAL via Livestream)
16th – 18th November 2020
Danube University Krems, Austria
Conference language English.
Be there: as a speaker, present your work online or be simply a spectator. You have the opportunity to participate interactively and ask the moderator questions during the presentations.
Abstracts can be submitted until September 30.
Highlights from the program:
What is social health and how does it relate to dementia prevention?
Experience with the care of dementia patients in NY
Biomarker in Alzheimer’s disease – News from the ABIDE project
Prevention of stroke and Alzheimer’s disease – what is the WHO’s position?
How can the care of persons with dementia work in rural areas? – Experiences from Canada
How well prepared are healthcare systems in Europe for the large number of persons with dementia?
What cooperation exists for the benefit of dementia patients and their families?
What are the consequences of the COVID 19 pandemic for dementia patients and their families – and what have we learned from it?
Lecturers (Key Note Speakers):
Myrra Vernooij-Dassen (Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Mary Mittelman (NYU School of Medicine, New York, USA)
Wiesje van der Flier (VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Michael Brainin (Danube University Krems, Austria)
Debra Morgan (Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, Saskatchewan, Canada)
Soeren Mattke (University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA)
Iva Holmerova (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic; Alzheimer Europe)
If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Überraker-Denk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We look forward to welcoming you virtually in Krems in November!
Prof. Dr. Stefanie Auer, Marc Wortmann and the conference organizing committee