2nd International conference on Dementia and Dementia Care


2nd International Conference on Dementia and Dementia Care will hold during April 15-16, 2019 at Toronto, Canada. The theme of the conference is“Breakthrough in Dementia Research and Care”. This conference will cover the new research techniques and advancements taking place in dementia research and care for the dementia patients. Parallel sessions designed will focus on a broader aspect of Dementia Care. we are organizing this time in Toronto, Canada in order to emphasize on dementia treatment, prevention and most importantly dementia care so that persons with dementia can seek medical attention early. We hope you will join us at Dementia Conference 2019 and make this event fruitful. website:http://www.meetingsint.com/conferences/dementia Jenny Rosewell CONFERENCE MANAGER Email:[email protected] Contact: 6531080483 Ext: 7071

2nd International Conference On

Theme: Breakthrough in Dementia Research and Care

April 15-16, 2019 | Toronto, Canada

Dementia 2019

DEMENTIA AND DEMENTIA CARE

Meetings International proudly announces the 2nd International Conference on Dementia and Dementia Care scheduled during April 15-16, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. The conference emphasizes the theme “Breakthrough in Dementia Research and Care”. Meetings International provides an international dais for scientists and Neuroscience professionals to Exchange Ideas, Knowledge and Networking at its 100+ International Conferences. The importance of Neurology has come into spotlight in the recent years. Several individuals usually at the old ages are suffering from neurological disorders like dementia and there is no cure or treatment so far discovered to slow down the disease progression. Thus, importance should be given on dementia research and care. Sincerely, Operating Committee CEO and Founder Meetings International PTE LTD.

Important Dates Early Bird: September 30, 2018 Registration Open: September 10, 2018 Abstract Submission Open: September 06, 2018 On Spot Registration: April 15, 2019

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Invitation

• Dementia

• Drug Discovery

• Dementia Care & Awareness

• Animal Models for Dementia Research

• Alzheimer’s disease

• Therapeutic Approach towards Dementia

• Neurodegenerative diseases

• Clinical Trials & Study in Dementia

• Biomarkers for Dementia

• Vaccine for Dementia

• Diagnostic Tools & Tests for Dementia

• Recent Studies & Case reports

• Treatment Strategies

• Neurological Nursing

Meetings Int. offers An unique platform for top level research and innovation Toronto, Canada

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Conference Highlights

FIGURE 4 DEMEnTIA PREVALEnCEPrevalence In CAnADA, 2011, 2021, AnD 2031 ESTIMATES FRoM FouR SouRCES Estimated of Dementia by -Year: 2014 to 2033

(Prevalence and Costs of Dementia in Canada, Alzheimer Society of Canada, Toronto, 2016)

DementIA PREVALENCE IN cANADA, 2011, 2021, AND 2031- ESTIIMATES FROM FOUR SOURCES

Quality research To identify the future directions of research Peer review and high quality publication

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PREVALENCE oF DEMENTIA IN CANADA

1,600,000 MHCC

1,400,000 1,200,000 1,000,000

Rising Tide

800,000

CSHA NPHSNC

600,000 400,000 200,000 0

2011

2021

2031

MHCC

747,129

1,024,465

1,435,923

Rising Tide

521,280

687,552

923,763

CSHA

480,000

600,000

780,000

NPHSNC

340,170

461,651

673,991

Sources: MHCC = Mental Health Commission of Canada (Mental Health Commission of Canada, 2011) (People 55 years and over) Rising Tide = Rising Tide: Impact on Dementia on Canadian Society (Alzheimer Society of Canada, 2010) (All ages) CSHA = Canadian Study of Health and Aging (Canadian Study of Health and Aging Working Group, 1994) (People 65 years and over) NPHSNC = National Population Health Study of Neurological Conditions (Public Health Agency of Canada, 2014b) (People 40 years and over)

Prevalence and Monetary Costs of Dementia in Canada: Population Health Expert Panel

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We Value

Academic

Only Registration: €580 Package A (Registration + 2 nights’ Accommodation): €1010 Package B (Registration + 3 nights’ Accommodation): €1050 Delegate: €390

Business

Only Registration: €630 Package A (Registration + 2 nights’ Accommodation): €1060 Package B (Registration + 3 nights’ Accommodation): €1200 Delegate: €440 Exhibitor: €1530

Student

YRF: €350 Delegate: €300 Video Presentation: €199 Student + Poster: €390 ePoster: €99

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Toronto is the capital city of the province of Ontario in Canada. It is the largest population centre in Ontario by population over 5 million. It is situated on the north-west shore of Lake Ontario. There are more people reside in the regions around it. Toronto’s motto is “Diversity Our Strength. This city is a global finance, commerce as well as transportation hub. It has always been ranked highly in the fields of life expectancy, personal safety, healthcare, education etc. The proportion of Canadians living with Alzheimer disease and related dementias is projected to rise, with an increased burden on the primary health care system in particular. Using rates drawn from the Canadian Study on Health and Aging, it was estimated that in 2016 there were 564,000 persons in Canada living with dementia. By 2031 it is estimated that the number will increase to 937,000. More than 65 percent of these will be women.

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