The first annual Bristol Dementia Conference was held in June 2016. The purpose of the day was to share our successful approach to delivering dementia services and to celebrate Bristol reporting the highest dementia diagnosis rates in the South West.
Speaker presentations from the conference are included below.
Bristol Dementia Conference 2016 - welcome presentation
Presentation by Alison Moon, Director of Transformation and Quality at Bristol CCG, and Hilary Doxford, World Dementia Council Member and Vice-Chair of the European Working Group of People with Dementia.
Dementia Conference Keynote Speech - presentation
Keynote speech presentation by Professor Alistair Burns for the Bristol Dementia Conference 2016.
Engaging GPs in primary care diagnosis - presentation
Presentation by Dr Pippa Stables, Lead GP for Dementia at Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group.
Bristol Dementia Wellbeing Service - presentation
Presentation by Dr Colm Owens on the Bristol Dementia Wellbeing Service.
Dementia Awareness in Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic people - presentation
Presentation by Jane Buswell, Independent Consultant Nurse.
Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic people and dementia research project - presentation
Presentation by Subitha Baghirathan, Research Associate at University of the West of England.
The Dementia Health Integration Team (HIT) - presentation
Presentation by Dr Jude Hancock, Health Integration Team (HIT) Coordinator at Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust.
TIMeLi: Towards Improving the diagnosis of memory loss in general practice - presentation
Presntation by Judy Howarth, Speciality Doctor in Dementia Care at North Bristol NHS Trust.
A personal perspective on research participation - presentation
Presentation by Hilary Doxford, Alzheimer’s Society Research Network Volunteer and Join Dementia Research Champion.