General Resources for Everyone
Resources for Consumers and the General Public
Resources for Researchers and Clinicians
Interpreting amyloid PET scans
Webinars / Workshop Videos
We have a dedicated webpage for all webinars and workshops videos. Click here to access this page.
ADNeT Memory and Cognition Clinic Guidelines
In consultation with researchers, health professionals, people with dementia and their care partners, we developed the first National Service Guidelines for Memory and Cognition (MC) Clinics. These Guidelines are based on the overarching principles of person-centred care, equity, and respect and provide consensus-based, best-service recommendations for MC clinics. They identify standards for the assessment and post-diagnostic support and care that should be ideally provided by MC clinics.
The Guidelines are intended for all medical specialists, nurses, aged care workers, and allied health professionals with expertise in dementia, who are regularly involved in the assessment and care of people with cognitive decline and dementia as part of a multidisciplinary, specialist team. It is also applicable to clinic managers and administrators.
For more information on the Guidelines, click here.
Dementia and General Research Grants
Early to mid-career dementia researchers may be interested in our consolidated list of both dementia specific and general EMCR grant opportunities, which the ADNeT Early-Mid Career Researchers (EMCR) Accelerator Group have put together. This list will be updated regularly with dates and status of application rounds, and can be accessed here.
If you know of any other grant opportunities and would like to share with our community of researchers, please contact:
- Ayeisha Milligan Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org), or
- Dr Julien Bensalem (email@example.com).
Management of COVID-19
ADNeT has produced some guidance and support for health professionals at participating memory clinics during the COVID-19 pandemic. As you continue to care for patients, know we are here to support you.
For more information, click here.