• Aspiring to prevent dementia: An approach from Canada

    Chief Public Health Officer of Canada, Dr Theresa Tam, offers reflections on efforts from her country and across the globe on sharing information about reducing the risk of dementia and its increasing importance.

  • Reflections from the global dialogue on prevention

    A series of essays from international leaders in dementia offering reflections on the conversations had during and after the global dialogue on dementia prevention, part of the dementia landscape project

  • From plan to impact: Momentum is growing but challenges remain

    ADI chief executive Paola Barbarino writes about the new report tracking progress made on the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Global action plan on the public health response to dementia 2017 – 2025. The plan aims for 146 National Dementia Plans by 2025, and whilst progress has been made with 40 national dementia plans globally, "there is still a mountain to climb".

  • Reflections from the global dialogue on care

    A series of essays from international leaders in dementia offering reflections on the conversations had during and after the global dialogue on dementia care, part of the dementia landscape project

  • A relentless optimism taking us closer to our goal

    Chief Scientific Officer of the Alzheimer's Association, Dr Maria Carrillo, reflects on a global dialogue event looking at biomarkers, advances in treatments, and the significant strides the international dementia community has made in research.

  • Reflections from global dialogue on biomarkers and treatments

    A series of essays from international leaders in dementia offering reflections on the conversations had during and after the global dialogue on biomarkers and treatments, part of the dementia landscape project

  • Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative builds a new global effort to tackle Alzheimer’s

    WDC trustee and founder of the Global CEO Initiative on Alzheimer’s Disease George Vradenburg reflects on the launch of the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative (DAC) at the World Economic Forum’s 2021 Annual Meeting. He takes a look at how the initiative can play a vital leadership role in addressing the growing threat Alzheimer’s poses to global health and wealth.