Diagnosing dementia: a vision for the future

15 Jun 2022
Transforming long-term care learning theatre
Supporter session , Transforming long-term care

The Government has identified dementia as one of the great healthcare challenges of the twenty first century. This session brings together key experts to explore how improving diagnosis can help deliver on the dementia mission as set out in the Life Sciences Vision, in turn transforming the experience of hundreds of thousands of patients living with Alzheimers and other neurodegenerative conditions.

Lilly has provided sponsorship funding to support the Learning Theatre programme. Lilly has had no involvement in the agenda or content of the events taking place in the sponsored Learning Theatre T01, with the exception of these Lilly-hosted panel discussions.

James O’Shaughnessy
Mark MacDonald, Associate Director of Advocacy and System Change - Alzheimer’s Society
Phyllis Ferrell, Global Head of External Engagement for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegeneration - Lilly
Sube Banerjee, Professor of Dementia and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Public Health - University of Plymouth