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COGNISANCE study calling Health and Social Care professionals The COGNISANCE (Co-Designing Dementia Diagnosis and Post Diagnostic Care) study is a world-wide study led by the Universities of NSW, Sydney, and Wollongong under the lead of our ADNeT co-researchers Professor Henry Brodaty and Assoc. Professor Lee-Fay Low. COGNISANCE aims to improve the experience of dementia diagnosis and post-diagnostic Read more

Managing Memory Clinics during COVID-19

The Australian Dementia Network has produced some guidance and support for health professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. As you continue to care for patients, know we are here to support you. Download document below. Managing Memory Clinics during COVID-19

Fourth Annual Australian Dementia Forum

ADNeT Committee Members get together for the fourth annual Australian Dementia Forum on 13 June 2019 in Hobart. From left: Stephanie Ward, Sharon Naismith, Jo Robertson, Chloe Furst, Bob Williamson, Chris Rowe, Colin Masters, Graeme Samuel, Janice Besch, Maree McCabe, Peter Schofield, Susannah Ahern and Jurgen Fripp. Ms. Ita Buttrose AO, OBE with ADNeT Clinical Read more