Addressing Health Disparities
A conference to promote diverse perspectives across Alzheimer’s and dementia research.
Date: June 21-22, 2022
Location: The Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C. and online
Cost: Attendance is free of charge
Connect and Collaborate on Health Disparities Related to Alzheimer’s and All Dementias
Join us for Promoting Diverse Perspectives: Addressing Health Disparities Related to Alzheimer’s and All Dementias, a conference to support vital health equity in Alzheimer’s research and drive collaboration across the dementia science field.
Addressing Health Disparities is the second conference hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association with sponsorship from the National Institute on Aging (NIA). These conferences explore disparities in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s and other dementia, while connecting early career and senior investigators to valuable networking and mentorship opportunities.
Present Your Discoveries
Alzheimer’s and dementia researchers were invited to submit an abstract for a poster presentation on the following research themes within the NIA Health Disparities Research Framework:
- Geographical and political factors.
- Cultural factors.
- Coping factors.
- Physiological indicators.
- Socioeconomic factors.
- Social factors.
- Psychosocial risk/resilience.
- Genetic stability.
- Health care.
- Psychological factors.
- Health behaviors.
- Cellular function and communication.
General questions: HealthDisparities@alz.org
Media questions: firstname.lastname@example.org