Medicine and me: Living well with dementia

The Medicine and Me series of meetings aim to update us all on important conditions and gives direct voice to patients and their carers to air their concerns on the impact of diagnosis, investigation and management.

Physicians and surgeons and indeed all healthcare professionals continue to learn from and be inspired to greater efforts by our patients to improve care.

The audience at this meeting comprised of those with living with dementia, their families, carers and advocates, representing about 70% of those present; and clinicians and researchers, representing not more than 30%. 

This event took place on 14th April 2016 at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

21:50

Professor Dawn Brooker, Director, Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester.

Date: 14th March 2016
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23:23

Ms Katy Judd, Consultant Nurse for Young Onset and Unusual Dementias, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London.

Date: 14th March 2016
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09:36

Ms Wendy Mitchell, Alzheimer’s Society Ambassador.

Date: 14th March 2016
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09:42

Dr Charles Alessi, Dementia Lead, Public Health England.

Date: 14th March 2016
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33:06

Professor Gill Livingston, Professor of Psychiatry of Older People, Division of Psychiatry, Faculty of Brain Sciences, University College London.

Date: 14th March 2016
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19:53

Mr Jeremy Hughes, Chief Executive, Alzheimer’s Society.

Date: 14th March 2016
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22:03

Joy Watson, Alzheimer’s Society Ambassador & Mrs Shirley Nurock, Research Network Volunteer, Alzheimer’s Society.

Date: 14th March 2016
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