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TFN Live at Alzheimer Scotland conference 2016

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TFN Live is at the Alzheimer Scotland conference on Friday 3 June, find links to all of our coverage here

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TFN Live interview with Professor Craig Ritchie of University of Edinburgh

Professor Craig Ritchie is chair of the Psychiatry of Ageing and Director of the Centre for Dementia Prevention, the Universityof Edinburgh. He spoke to Third Force News' Graham Martin following the Global Research to Local Practice session at the Alzheimer Scotland Annual Conference 2016, held on 3 June in Edinburgh.

TFN Live interview with Kate Swaffer and Dr Al Power

Kate Swafer of Alzheimer Australia Dementia Advisory Committee and Dr Al Power, clinical associate professor of medicine at University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry joined TFN after taking part in the Well-being: dementia beyond drugs and person centred care session at the Alzheimer Scotland Annual Conference 2016, held on 3 June in Edinburgh.

TFN live interview with Debbie Tolson

Debbie Tolson is director of the Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Dementia Policy and Practice, a joint partnership between the University of West of Scotand and Alzheimer Scotland, based at the university's Hamilton campus spoke to Third Force News after taking part in the Advanced dementia & end of life care; policy and practice session at the Alzheimer Scotland Annual Conference 2016, held on 3 June in Edinburgh.

3.50pm TFN Live blog - Debate: Should dementia be diagnosed and treated in primary or secondary health care?

 

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