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Global-US BrainTrust Dialogue Series

May 31 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Global-US BrainTrust Dialogue Series Event

The Journey from Diagnosis to Treatment of Dementia: Current Clinical Practice and Lived Experience

Global-US BrainTrust Dialogues – Where influential leaders and guests from government, civil society, business, and philanthropy converge to discuss the greatest brain and mental health challenges of our time.

The Journey from Diagnosis to Treatment of DementiaThe first Global-US BrainTrust dialogue of 2023 will convene Alzheimer’s experts and advocates to discuss pressing topics related to the dementia journey. The event will cover a range of themes, from risk communication and prevention in and outside of memory clinics, to diagnosis, treatment, and current clinical challenges. Our guests — both experts and lived experience advocates — will have the opportunity to share their ideas for innovative and accessible solutions to tackle the challenge of Alzheimer’s.

The Global-US BrainTrust is committed to amplifying both the clinical and patient voices within our critical dialogues. By centering patients in the conversation, the Alzheimer’s and dementia community ensures that solutions are informed by real-world experiences and grounded in empathy.

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The Global BrainTrust Dialogues are brought to you jointly by a network of influential women leaders across Europe and the United States in support of the Be Brain Powerful campaign and designed to empower women world-wide to take charge of their own brain and mental health. The quarterly dialogues will be held via an open Zoom format and will include introductions, key speaker or speakers on a select topic followed by an open dialogue among women. Key topics chosen for each dialogue are selected with input from women leaders and may highlight the science of women’s brains, global policy opportunities around gender, interviews with women making change and more.



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