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Live Program

The Live Program offers attendees the opportunity to join up to four programs each day, over two days in October. These include two keynote presentations and a choice from six offered symposia each day.  See below for program titles, presenters and times.  Continuing medical education (CME) credit will be available as applicable. There is also an On-Demand option available with additional content.


All times shown as IPA Secretariat time (Milwaukee, WI US). Local times linked below.
*Program Subject to Change*

Friday, 2 October

0700-0800 (See Local Time)
Opening Keynote:
TBD
Presented by: Professor John Beard, University of Sydney, Australia

Symposia (please note there are six programs in three time slots)

0800-0900 (See Local Time)
The Application of Mass Observation Data in the understanding of  Ageing, Dementia and End of Life Care
Presented by: Dr. Louise Taylor, University of Chester, United Kingdom
Dementia and primary care – lessons from Europe
Presented by: Prof. Stephen Iliffe, University College London, United Kingdom

0900-1000 (See Local Time)
Risk and Prevention of Dementia: From observation to implementation
Presented by: Dr. Sebastian Koehler, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Young Onset Dementia: prevalence, awareness and service provision
Presented by: Prof. Dr. Raymond Koopmans, Radboud University Medical Center, The Netherlands

1000-1100 (See Local Time)
Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia: Novel Modes of Treatment and Care Delivery
Presented by: Dr. Melanie T. Gentry, Mayo Clinic, United States
Environmental Influences on the Cognitive and Psychological Well Being of Older Adults with Dementia
Presented by: Dr. William Reichman, Baycrest Health Sciences, Canada


Saturday, 3 October

0700-0800 (See Local Time)
Opening Keynote:
TBD
Presented by: Professor Diego de Leo, Griffith University, Australia

Symposia (please note there are six programs in three time slots)

0800-0900 (See Local Time)
The Role of Assistive Technologies in Promoting Social Health and Well-being
Presented by: Dr. Franka Meiland, Amsterdam UMC, The Netherlands
New trends in aging and dementia in Latin America and the Caribbean Region
Presented by: Dr. Daisy Acosta, 10/66 Dementia Research Group, Dominican Republic

0900-1000 (See Local Time)
Novel Treatments for Resistant Depression: Comparison of older and younger patients
Presented by: Dr. William M. McDonald, Emory University, United States
Investigations of Risk, Resilience and Novel Therapeutics of Late Life Neuropsychiatric Disease
Presented by: Dr. Gwenn Smith, Johns Hopkins University, United States

1000-1100 (See Local Time)
Surface neuromodulation (TMS and tDCS) for therapy of cognitive and psychiatric disorders
Presented by: Dr. Howard Chertkow, Baycrest Health Sciences, Canada
Teaching and Training Old Age Psychiatry around the world
Presented by: Dr. Horácio J. Firmino, Centro Hopitalar e Universitário de Coimbra; Portugal

Acknowledgements

Acadia Pharmaceuticals Otsuka Pharmaceuticals Cambridge University Press Avanir Pharmaceuticals
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