Many conferences are subject to change due to coronavirus, some taking place online and others being postponed. Here is the latest information as we went to press, including rescheduled events
Together 4 Dementia 2021 Online
Theme is “Dementia: A Global Challenge” and Professor Clive Ballard and De Hogeweyk co-creator EloyVan Hal are among the speakers.
National Children and Adult Services Conference
Online conference for social care and public health managers and professionals in statutory, private and voluntary services.
29 November-1 December
31st Alzheimer Europe Conference
Now online the conference will see international contributors share their research, projects and experiences.
Alzheimer’s Research UK Conference
Takes place in Brighton and is a leading event for researchers to gain insights from colleagues working across basic, translational and clinical dementia research.
International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease, Diagnosis and Treatment
London conference bringing together researchers and practitioners to discuss recent innovations, trends and concerns.
Alzheimer’s Society Annual Conference
Meeting in London this flagship annual conference returns, focusing on early and accurate diagnosis.
35th Global Conference of ADI
Theme of this London conference will be “New Horizons in dementia: Building on hope,” looking at progress on the global action plan.
31 July – 4 August
Alzheimer’s Association International Conference
Scheduled for San Diego but online as well, this annual conference draws top researchers and clinicians from around the world.
5-7 December 2022
32nd Alzheimer Europe Conference
Following the virtual 2021 conference, this annual event is scheduled for Bucharest in 2022 with an international cast of speakers.