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27th International Conference of
Alzheimer's Disease International

7-10 March 2012
ExCeL London, UK
  ADI International Conference - London 2012
ADI 2012 Conference: Science Fact or Fiction

Abstract Submission - 2 weeks to go!

Dear Colleague

The ADI 2012 Organising team would like to remind submitters that the deadline for submitting abstracts for the 27th International Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International is only 2 weeks away. The system will close on 14th October 12:00 noon CET.

Abstracts should be submitted online only using the electronic abstract form on the website.

Important Dates
Abstract submission deadline:
14th October 2011, 12:00 Noon CET
Notifications to submitters:
9th December 2011
Abstracts received after the deadline will not be accepted. Please note that no exceptions will be made.
Registration Deadline
Early bird registration deadline:
13 January 2012 12:00 Noon GMT
Important Dates
Medical and Scientific Researchers

Clinicians, nurses and occupational therapists

Professional and informal carers

Those involved in the formulation of dementia related policies

Those providing products and services to people with dementia

People living with dementia

Staff and volunteers of Alzheimer associations



Call for Abstracts
Research Care Fact or Fiction
Molecular Research
New and Future Treatments
Patient and Public Involvement in Dementia Research
Other Dementias
Imaging of Dementia
Non Pharmacological Interventions
Knowledge Translation
Support and Training for Informal and Professional Carers
Leisure and Meaningful Experiences in Dementia
Quality of Life and Rights of People with Dementia
Dementia Friendly Communities
Care Coordination / Case Management
Person Centred Care
Risk Factors and Prevention
Art and Dementia
Media and Dementia
New Guidelines and Concepts in Alzheimer's Disease
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Call for Abstracts
Conceived as "three conferences in one", under the theme Science Fact Fiction, world renowned speakers will deliver lively and educational plenary sessions. In addition to the wide variety of parallel sessions, delegates will have the opportunity to meet and connect with the world's best researchers and leading health care professionals.
Call for Abstracts
Plenary 1
08 March
Preparing for the Dementia Epidemic
Confirmed Speakers:

Glenn Rees (Australia)
Martin Prince (UK)
Paul Burstow (UK, invited)

Plenary 2
08 March
New Diagnostics / New Lexicon of Alzheimer's Disease
Confirmed Speakers:

Paul Aisen (USA)
Bruno Dubois (France)
Patricio Fuentes (Chile)

Plenary 3
09 March
Is the Portrayal of Dementia in the Mass Media Enhancing or Reducing Stigma? (Debate)
Confirmed Speakers:

Helga Rohra (Germany)

Plenary 4
09 March
Non-Pharmacological Interventions and Ways of Managing Neuropsychiatric Symptoms
Confirmed Speakers:

Martin Orrell (UK)
Linda Buettner (USA)
Ryuta Kawashima (Japan)

Plenary 5
10 March
"The House Proposes that we Believe that we have Sufficient Knowledge to Prevent a Substantial Number of People from Developing Dementia with the Right Public Health Interventions" (Debate)
Confirmed Contributors:

Carol Brayne (UK)
Miia Kivipelto (Sweden)

Call for Abstracts

For support with submitting your abstracts only
Please contact the MCI Geneva office at
or telephone +41 22 33 99 648

For all other enquiries
Please contact the MCI UK office at,
telephone +44 (0) 845 1800 169
or fax +44 (0) 1730 715 291

ADI 2012 c/o MCI UK, Durford Mill, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 5AZ, UK


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