G8 Dementia Summit: Official Build-Up Blog and Request for Comments on Improving International Dementia Research Collaboration (Department of Health / Dementia Challenge)

Summary

The UK is hosting the G8 summit on dementia research in London on December 11th 2013. The summit aims to develop a more co-ordinated international approach to research into dementia. An official Department of Health blog and set of feedback pages have been created to offer interested parties a chance to express their views on the topics of importance to help achieve the Summit’s aims.

Comments pages are available for people to offer input and comments specifically on:

  1. Benefits of international collaboration.
  2. Making the most of existing knowledge.
  3. Barriers to international collaboration.
  4. Roles of business and industry in quality of life.

Although these pages are not a part of the formal Summit process, comments will be considered by the Department of Health team planning the summit, and will thereby inform the development of themes for inclusion.

Read more: G8 dementia summit – have your say on improving dementia research across the world. The Dementia Challenge.

About Dementia and Elderly Care News

Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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