Stabilising the slippery slope to dementia: It’s time to target modifiable risk factors early!

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Sharon Naismith (Leonard P Ullman Chair in Psychology, Charles Perkins Centre, Head of the Healthy Brain Ageing Program, Brain & Mind Centre, University of Sydney)

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PRICE: $22.73 (ex GST)

In this talk, Prof Naismith will present current research and evidence linking modifiable risk factors to dementia, including cardiovascular disease, depression, low cognitive activity, depression, physical inactivity and sleep disturbance. This will be followed by an overview and evaluation of the available lifestyle, medical and psychological interventions that hold promise for tackling dementia risk, and the challenges we are yet to overcome.

Presentation length: 1 hour

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