29th International Conference
For Alzheimer’s Disease International
The 29th International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International will take place from 1 – 4 May 2014 in the amazing city of San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, offering a unique cultural and historic atmosphere. Hosted by Alzheimer’s Disease International and the Asociación de Alzheimer y Desórdenes Relacionados de Puerto Rico, the conference will combine a captivating Scientific Programme with an extraordinary location, which will stimulate many to actively participate in the meeting. If you are a professional in the field of dementia, an individual living with the disease or a carer you will no doubt benefit from attending ADI’s 2014 conference.
The newly opened Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel and Casino is a spectacular venue to hold any conference. Located just 10 minutes from San Juan’s Luis Munoz Marin International Airport and 5 minutes from the historic Old San Juan it is the perfect location to hold the ADI 2014 conference.
• Advanced Registration Deadline – Tuesday 22 April 2014
• Onsite Registration Opens – Thursday 1 May 2014
Register now to receive advance registration rates
• An amazing programme of dynamic presentations, workshops and exhibits, as well as plenty of opportunities to interact with the world’s leading health care professionals and gain insights into the latest innovations in Alzheimer care and best practice.
• This is one of the world’s largest and most important conferences on Alzheimer’s disease with more than 1,000 delegates from over 60 countries expected to attend.
• Meet and connect with the best researchers and top policy makers from around the globe and hear the inspiring voices of carers and people living with dementia.
The scientific programme will deliver key note lectures from leading figures in dementia. Parallel sessions will combine thought provoking symposia and oral abstract presentations.
To view the full scientific programme and information on the featured key note speakers, please visit the scientific programme page of the event website.
We are pleased to confirm that the ADI 2014 conference has been approved for CME accreditation from the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM) for 20.5 credit hours. Further information can be found on the conference website .
Available exclusively on the conference website is information and statistics from the incredibly successful past ADI conferences, held in Taipei, London and Toronto, as well as the Conference Programme and Abstract Book for each conference.
More than 1000 delegates including people with dementia, professional and family carers, researchers, clinicians, scientists and staff of national Alzheimer associations gathered in each of these vibrant cities to exchange knowledge and experiences through informative sessions and lively workshops.
We have every confidence that the 29th Annual Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International this year in Puerto Rico has even more to offer, and will build on the success of the previous conferences.
To get involved with the ADI 2014 conference, ‘tweet’ us at @ADIConference and use the hashtag #ADI2014 to join the conversation!
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We look forward to welcoming you to Puerto Rico!
We look forward to your participation in the conference. With kind regards from all at Alzheimer’s Disease International and Asociación de Alzheimer y Desórdenes Relacionados de Puerto Rico.
Need a Keynote on the latest global efforts on Dementia or Caregiving?
Contact Lori La Bey, founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks.