Plenary Sessions

Parallel Sessions

Workshops

Lunch or Coffee Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

Symposia





07:30–08:30

Annex Hall 1

 

Sponsored Symposium
Biogen

07:30–08:30

Annex Hall 2

 

Sponsored Symposium

 

 

 

08:45–09:00
Main Hall
  Introduction
Chris Roberts (United Kingdom)

09:00–10:30

Main Hall

Plenary 3
The Latest Science in Dementia

09:00–09:30

PL07

110 years of diagnostic criteria for Alzheimer’s disease

Prof. Dr. Philip Scheltens (Netherlands)

09:30–10:00

PL08

Where Are We with Care Science?

Prof. Henry Brodaty (Australia)

10:00–10:30

PL09

The Joint Programme for Neurodegenerative Diseases (JPND), building alliances and collaboration

Philippe Amouyel (France)

 

 

 

10:30–11:00

 

Morning Coffee Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

 

 

 

 

11:00–12:30

Main Hall

Plenary 4
Dementia and Disaster

11:00–11:30

PL10

The Recent Earthquake in Japan and Personal Experiences

Prof. Shuichi Awata (Japan)

11:30–12:00

PL11

Impact of Chinese Earthquake on People with Dementia

Prof. Ma Hong (China)

12:00–12:30

PL12

Disaster Preparedness Initiative for Dementia

Hussain Jafri (Pakistan)

 

 

 

12:30–14:00

 

Lunch Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

 

 

 

 

13:00–14:00

Annex Hall 1

 

Sponsored Symposium
Eisai

13:00–14:00

Annex Hall 2

 

Sponsored Symposium

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Main Hall

O11

Parallel Session
New treatments and methodologies

14:00–14:15

O11-01

EFFECT OF CONCOMITANT USE OF MEMANTINE ON MORTALITY AND EFFICACY OUTCOMES OF GALANTAMINE TREATMENT IN ALZHEIMER’S DEMENTIA: POST HOC ANALYSIS OF A RANDOMIZED PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY.
Mary Sano (United States)

14:15–14:30

O11-02

DISCOVERY OF NOVEL CASEIN KINASE-1DELTA INHIBITORS BY STRUCTURE BASED VIRTUAL SCREENING, ADMET ANALYSIS AND MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION TO TARGET ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE.
Bhanwar Singh Choudhary (India)

14:30–14:45

O11-03

EFFECTS OF VIRTUAL REALITY TRAINING ON BALANCE FUNCTION IN OLDER ADULTS WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Yi-Cheng Lin (Taiwan)

14:45–15:00

O11-04

WHOLE-BODY CRYOTHERAPY IN MEMORY IMPAIRMENTS SUPPLEMENTARY TREATMENT.
Joanna Rymaszewska (Poland)

15:00–15:15

O11-05

EVALUATING THE PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE MONTREAL COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT (MOCA) IN A CHINESE SAMPLE WITH LOWER EDUCATIONAL LEVEL USING ITEM RESPONSE THEORY.
Hao Luo (China)

15:15–15:30

O11-06

MEMORY TRAINING WITH TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION (TDCS) ALZHEIMER DISEASE. A LONGITUDINAL CLINICAL AND MRI STUDY.
Sahhid Bashir (Saudi Arabia)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Room B1

O12

Parallel Session
Human rights and ethical issues

14:00–14:15

O12-01

SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS SUPPORTING LATER LIFE LEGAL PLANNING OF PEOPLE WITH MEMORY ILLNESS.
Henna Nikumaa (Finland)

14:15–14:30

O12-02

ENGAGING PEOPLE WHO HAVE DEMENTIA IN RESEARCH: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE WHARE AROHA CARE TRANSITION STUDY.
Kay Shannon (New Zealand)

14:30–14:45

O12-03

THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF RISK FOR A PERSON WITH A RECENT DIAGNOSIS OF DEMENTIA.
Sally Osborne (Australia)

14:45–15:00

O12-04

INTRODUCING THE GERMAN CIVIL SOCIETY INITIATIVE ‚ALL RIGHT! HUMAN RIGHTS AND AGED CARE’.
Michael Hagedorn (Germany)

15:00–15:15

O12-05

PALLIATIVE CARE IS A HUMAN RIGHT FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Stephen Connor (United States)

15:15–15:30

O12-06

WHERE IS "RESPECT FOR INTENTION AND PERSONAL CONSIDERATION OF ADULT WARD"?

(REPORT ON THE ADULT GUARDIANSHIP SYSTEM IN JAPAN).
Nozomi Nagasaki (Japan)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Annex Hall 2

O13

Parallel Session
Models of care

14:00–14:15

O13-01

INTERACTIVE APPROACH, A NEW TYPE OF TOOLS AND A CARE PRACTICE USING THEM TO PROMOTE COMMUNICATION AMONG PEOPLE DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN DEMENTIA, PROFESSIONAL CAREGIVERS AND PHYSICIANS.
Hajime Takechi (Japan)

14:15–14:30

O13-02

PROMOTING A CARING ATMOSPHERE WHILE CARING FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA LIVING IN A NURSING HOME - FROM THE STAFF PERSPECTIVE
Mona Söderlund (Sweden)

14:30–14:45

O13-03

A NARRATIVE INQUIRY ON CULTURALLY COMPETENT DEMENTIA CARE.
Kumi Oya (United States)

14:45–15:00

O13-04

CHARACTERISTICS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF MEMORY ASSESSMENT SERVICES IN ENGLAND: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY.
Min Hae Park (United Kingdom)

15:00–15:15

O13-05

EXPANSION OF THE REDUCING USE OF SEDATIVES (REDUSE) PROJECT TO AUSTRALIAN NURSING HOMES.)
Juanita louise Westbury (Australia)

15:15–15:30

O13-06

EARLY DEMENTIA DETECTION: A NEW MODEL OF CARE FOR GENERAL PRACTICE LED DEMENTIA SCREENING IN THE RURAL SETTING.
Adel Asaid (Australia)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Room A

O14

Parallel Session
Technology and dementia

14:00–14:15

O14-01

USABILITY STUDY OF A WEB-BASED INTERVENTION TO SUPPORT PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA (PLWD) AND THEIR CAREGIVERS.
Paraskevi Zafeiridi (United Kingdom)

14:15–14:30

O14-02

E-HEALTH ENABLED NURSE AND NURSE PRACTITIONER LED "POP UP MEMORY CLINIC" AND PROGRAMME FOR REGIONAL, RURAL AND REMOTE OLDER AUSTRALIANS.
Helga Merl (Australia)

14:30–14:45

O14-03

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN DEMENTIA CARE – WORKSHOP.
Jacob Roy Kuriakose (India)

14:45–15:00

O14-04

AN INTEGRATED INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) BASED SOLUTION IN A DEMENTIA CARE CONTEXT.
Catherine Treena Parsons (United Kingdom)

15:00–15:15

O14-05

ACTODEMENTIA: ACCESSIBLE APPS FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA.
Arlene Astell (Canada)

15:15–15:30

O14-06

IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGY DRIVING CONSUMER CENTERED CARE.
Priyanka Rai (Australia)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Annex Hall 1

O15

Parallel Session
Dementia Friendly Communities 2

14:00–14:15

O15-01

OVERCOMING THE EARTHQUAKE SUPPORTED THE AAJ.
Setsuko Hoshi (Japan)

14:15–14:30

O15-02

THE POWER OF ONLINE PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT GROUPS
John Sandblom (Australia)

14:30–14:45

O15-03

DEMENTIA ENLIGHTENMENT ACTIVITIES AND INTERGENERATIONAL IN ELEMENTARY AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS THAT USES A PICTURE BOOK
Makoto Ryuen (Japan)

14:45–15:00

O15-04

ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY’S DEMENTIA FRIENDS: CHANGING THE WAY THE NATION THINKS, ACTS AND TALKS ABOUT DEMENTIA
Philippa Tree (United Kingdom)

15:00–15:15

O15-05

DEMENTIA PARTNER - IMPROVEMENT OF AWARENESS OF DEMENTIA IN KOREA
Kiwong kim (Republic Of Korea)

15:15–15:30

O15-06

WORDS FOR A JOUNERY: COLLABORATION TOWARD DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY SOCIETY
Takashi Iba (Japan)

15:30–15:45

O15-07

WHAT I LEARNED FROM MY EXPERIENCE AS A STAFF OF THE TELEPHONE COUNSELING ACTIVITIES PERFORMED BY ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION JAPAN
Minoru Koshino (Japan)

 

 

 

14:00–15:30

Room D

WO3

Workshop
Japanese Dementia Working Group (JDWG)

Live well, with dementia: Proposals and actions by people living with dementia – from overseas to Japan, and Japan to overseas

 

 

 

15:30–16:00

 

Afternoon Coffee Break in Exhibition and Poster Viewing

 

 

 

 

16:00–17:45

Main Hall

O16

Parallel Session
Epidemiology

16:00–16:15

O16-01

A COMPARISON OF DIAGNOSIS OF DEMENTIA USING GMS AGECAT ALGORITHM AND DSM-III-R CRITERIA.
Lu GAO (United Kingdom)

16:15–16:30

O16-02

WHAT IS THE CONTRIBUTION OF POTENTIALLY MODIFIABLE ENVIRONMENTAL AND LIFESTYLE RISK FACTORS TO YOUNG ONSET DEMENTIA? RESULTS FROM THE INSPIRED STUDY.
Adrienne Withall (Australia)

16:30–16:45

O16-03

DIFFERENCES IN THE PREVALENCE OF ITEM SPECIFIC NEUROPSYCHIATRIC INVENTORY NURSING HOME IN ASIAN COUNTRIES.
Saya Terada (Japan)

16:45–17:00

O16-04

DESCRIPTIVE STUDY ABOUT ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE PATIENTS WITH SLEEP DISTURBANCES.
Yoko Higami (Japan)

17:00–17:15

O16-05

TRENDS IN SUBJECTIVE MEMORY AND FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES: A MATCHED CASE-CONTROL NHANES ANALYSIS.
Myrlene Aigbogun (United States)

17:15–17:30

O16-06

DEMENTIA AND NON-ELECTIVE HOSPITALIZATION IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER MEN: THE CONCORD HEALTH AND AGEING IN MEN PROJECT.
Benjumin Hsu (Australia)

 

 

 

16:00–17:45

Annex Hall 1

O17

Parallel Session
Care coordination and collaboration

16:00–16:15

O17-01

KEY FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CARE MANAGEMENT FOR PERSONS LIVING WITH DEMENTIA: A NARRATIVE SYNTHESIS SYSTEMATIC REVIEW.
Alastair Jin Lon Chan (Hong Kong)

16:15–16:30

O17-02

IMPROVING JOURNEYS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN NORTHERN SYDNEY.
Susan Kurrle (Australia)

16:30–16:45

O17-03

ADJUSTING SELF-CARE ACCORDING TO COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN DIABETIC PATIENTS-EXPERIENCE OF COOPERATION BETWEEN A MEMORY CLINIC AND A DIABETIC SECTION AT CSK HOSPITAL, KRISTIANSTAD, SWEDEN.
Ann-Marie Liljeroth (Sweden)

16:45–17:00

O17-04

A NEW CARE SYSTEM FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA IN JAPAN: MULTIFUNCTIONAL CARE IN A SMALL GROUP HOME SETTING (MCHS).
Noriko Matsui (Japan)

17:00–17:15

O17-05

8 PILLARS MODEL: IMPROVING CO-ORDINATED CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND CARERS IN THE COMMUNITY.
Michelle Miller (United Kingdom)

17:15–17:30

O17-06

ROLE AND ISSUES REQUIRED FOR THE INITIAL-PHASE INTENSIVE SUPPORT TEAM OF DEMENTIA.
Kumiko Murashima (Japan)

 

 

 

16:00–17:45

Room B1

O18

Parallel Session
Health Economics

16:00–16:15

O18-01

HOW DOES ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE SEVERITY IMPACT HEALTHCARE RESOURCE UTILIZATION IN JAPANESE PATIENTS?
Rezaul Khandker (United States)

16:15–16:30

O18-02

THE EFFECT OF DEMENTIA DIAGNOSIS AND COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT LEVELS ON FORMAL AND INFORMAL CARE TIME FOR OLDER ADULTS IN THE COMMUNITY.
Terry Y S Lum (Hong Kong)

16:30–16:45

O18-03

COST-UTILITY OF USING ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE BIOMARKERS IN CEREBROSPINAL FLUID TO PREDICT PROGRESSION FROM MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT TO DEMENTIA.
Anders Wimo (Netherlands)

16:45–17:00

O18-04

AN OBSERVATION ON THE TREND OF OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT UTILIZATION AFTER DIAGNOSED AS DEMENTIA- AN EIGHT YEAR FOLLOW UP STUDY.
Yen-Ni Hung (Taiwan)

17:00–17:15

O18-05

PREDICTORS OF CARE COSTS AND CAREGIVER BURDEN FOR OLDER PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA IN TAIWAN.
Li-Jung Elizabeth Ku (Taiwan)

17:15–17:30

O18-06

INFORMAL CARE COST AND OUT-OF-POCKET PAYMENT TO SUPPORT PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: THEIR MICRO-LEVEL DETERMINANTS IN A LARGE SAMPLE SURVEY IN JAPAN.
Takayo Nakabe (Japan)

 

 

 

16:00–17:45

Room A

O19

Parallel Session
Community engagement and collaboration

16:00–16:15

O19-01

A PRACTICAL BASED REPORT ON SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IN WHICH ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA CAN COMFORTABLY PARTICIPATE: LEARNING FROM THE ACTIVITIES OF “RUN TOMO+A- CITY” AND “HIMATSUBUSHI UNIVERSITY”.
Yasumi Mori (Japan)

16:15–16:30

O19-02

A MOTIVATED TRAINING INTERVENTION ON VOLUNTEERED PENSIONERS CONDUCTED BY IRAN ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION.
Faraneh Farin (Iran)

16:30–16:45

O19-03

EMBODIED EYES
Tiina Butter (Finland)

16:45–17:00

O19-04

RE-IMAGINING THE CONCEPT OF IKI IKI: SHIFTING UNDERSTANDINGS OF AGENCY, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY AMONG JAPANESE CANADIAN PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA (PWD) AND THEIR CAREGIVERS.
Karen Kobayashi (Canada)

17:00–17:15

O19-05

WIN-WIN CULTURE EXCHANGE BETWEEN JAPANESE YOUTH AND AUSTRALIAN ELDERLY PEOPLE

― IN AN AGED CARE FACILITY IN PERTH, AUSTRALIA ―
Shizuka Yokoi (Australia)

17:15–17:30

O19-06

USING AN ASSET BASED COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT (ABCD) MODEL TO DEVELOP CULTURALLY TAILORED CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC AND LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION PROGRAMS FOR AA ELDERS AT RISK FOR AD.
Gina Green-Harris (United States)

 

 

 

16:00–17:45

Annex Hall 2

O20

Parallel Session
Sexuality and Dementia

16:00–16:15

O20-01

BREAKING DOWN THE TABOO OF SEXUALITY IN RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE: RESOURCES TO ASSIST AGED CARE FACILITY STAFF AND FAMILY CARERS.
Michael Bauer (Australia)

16:15–16:30

O20-02

THE MALE CAREGIVERS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA LIVING AT HOME, WHOSE ACQUIRE NURSING CARE PROBLEMS COPING..
Midori Nishio (Japan)

16:30–16:45

O20-03

EXPRESSIONS OF INTIMACY AND SEXUALITY IN RELATIONSHIPS AFFECTED BY DEMENTIA.
Jane Youell (United Kingdom)

16:45–17:00

O20-04

“DEMENTIA HAS GOT NOTHING TO DO WITH SEXUALITY, WHEN YOU HAVE DEMENTIA THAT SEXUAL SIDE IS GONE”: UNDERSTANDING NURSING HOME STAFF’S NARRATIVES ON THEIR ROLES AND DUTIES ABOUT SEXUALITY IN DEMENTIA.
Tushna Vandrevala (United Kingdom)

17:15–17:30

O20-06

What is going on in the bedroom?
Kate Swaffer (Australia)

 

 

 

16:00–17:30

Room D

WO4

Workshop
ADI

Involving people with dementia in research

 

 

 

17:45–18:45

Annex Hall 1

 

Sponsored Symposium
Clinical Art Association in Kyoto

17:45–18:45

Annex Hall 2


Sponsored Symposium


Programme subject to change.
 

Parallel Session