In March 2020, the International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) will be returning to Singapore after a 10-year hiatus.
Jointly organised with ADA, ADI’s flagship conference is expected to attract more than 1,500 delegates from around the world and it will be held from 19 to 21 March at the Singapore Expo. This year’s theme is “Hope in the age of dementia: New science; New knowledge; New solutions”.
The ADI Conference is the longest running and one of the largest international conferences on dementia, attracting over 1,000 delegates from over 100 countries at previous conferences. It will feature a range of international keynote speakers and a high standard of scientific and non-scientific content. The conference programme enables participants to learn about the latest advances and best practices in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care and management of dementia.
Besides keynote speakers which include Prof. Martin Knapp (UK), Prof Miia Kivipelto (Finland), Dr. Lim Wee Shiong (Singapore), Dr. Kim Ki Woong (South Korea), Dr. Hamed AL Sinawi (Oman) and Dr Christopher Chen (Singapore), there will be persons with dementia and carers sharing their perspectives as well.
This unique, multi-disciplinary event will bring together researchers, scientists, clinicians, allied healthcare professionals, people living with dementia, family caregivers, care professionals, community partners and stakeholders from across the globe.
Registration is open! Visit https://adi2020.org for more information.