A global dialogue as part of the dementia landscape project series will gather international leaders on 26 October 2021 to discuss social and psychosocial research in dementia.
We are pleased to announce this dialogue will be led by Professor Anthea Innes, director of the Salford Institute of Dementia, University of Salford and Professor Huali Wang, director of the Dementia Care and Research Center, Peking University Institute of Mental Health.
The global project is reviewing international progress towards the 2025 dementia goals. At the G8 dementia summit in 2013, governments pledged to work together to advance research, improve care, raise awareness and prevent dementia. We are currently holding a series of global dialogue events of global experts to inform this project, and in 2021 the Council will publish a report on progress towards the 2025 goals.
Other dialogues that have been held as part of this series have included the topics of research, which have explored biomarkers and advances in treatments as well as in clinical trials, care, which assessed the models of care and the burden of caregivers, as well as on prevention, which looked at the state of play around current thinking in risk reduction strategies and lessons from other public health initiatives. We have also held other further dialogue events on technology in dementia, dementia in low- and middle-income countries, data sharing for dementia research, ageing societies, and health system readiness.