The 8th Plymouth International Dementia Conference welcomes a host of speakers from around the world to discuss some of the most pressing global dementia challenges today.
The conference runs online over three days and highlights Plymouth’s reciprocal work to improve lives for people with dementia and their carers while marking ten years of the Plymouth Dementia Action Alliance.
Presenters include Ian Sherriff BEM MA, University of Plymouth Academic Partnership Lead for Dementia and Plymouth Dementia Working Group; Angela Rippon CBE, presenter and dementia champion; David Fitzgerald, BBC presenter; Jeremy Hughes CBE,
dementia expert; and Claire Puckey, Dementia Friendly City Coordinator, Plymouth City Council.
The conference will be delivered online via Zoom.
Scroll down to view the confirmed programme so far.
To maximise capacity and opportunities, please register for each day(s) you would like to attend – you can attend more than one. Content for each day can be viewed through the programme below.
Please take registration as confirmation of your booking and a Zoom link will be sent out a week prior to each event taking place.
- Day 1: Wednesday 27 October | 13:00–16:30
- Day 2: Wednesday 3 November | 13:00–16:30
- Day 3: Wednesday 10 November | 13:00–16:30
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