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Detailed Programme, abstracts and presentations

2012 Vienna

Thursday, 4 October 2012 / Donnerstag, den 4. Oktober 2012

09.00-12.00 (Europa 1): Alzheimer Europe Board Meeting

09.00-12.00 (Europa 5): Interdem Meeting

14.00-17.00 (Europa 1): Alzheimer Europe Annual General Meeting

14.00-17.00 (Europa 5): Interdem Meeting

19.00-20.30: Welcome reception / Willkommensempfang

Friday, 5 October 2012 / Freitag, den 5. Oktober 2012

08.30-09.00 (Europa 4) Opening Ceremony / Eröffnungszeremonie

Welcome by / Begrüßung durch:

  • Antonia Croy, Chairperson of Alzheimer Austria / Vorsitzende von Alzheimer Austria
  • Heike von Lützau-Hohlbein, Chairperson, Alzheimer Europe / Vorsitzende von Alzheimer Europe
  • Rudolf Hundstorfer, Federal Minister of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection / Bundesminister für Arbeit, Soziales und Konsumentenschutz

09.00-10.00 (Europa 4) Plenary Session PL1: Changing policy: National strategies and European collaboration on dementia / Veränderungen in der Politik – Nationale Demenzstrategien und europäische Zusammenarbeit - click here for abstracts

Moderator: Andreas Winkler

Round-table discussion with the participation of / Podiumsdiskussion mit:

  • Alistair Burns (United Kingdom / Vereinigtes Königreich)
  • Enda Connolly (Ireland / Irland)
  • Teresa di Fiandra (Italy / Italien)
  • Michael Hübel (European Commission / Europäische Kommission)

10.00-10.30 Coffee break and poster exhibition (PO1-PO17) - click here for abstracts

10.30-12.00 (Europa 4) Plenary Session PL2: Changing practice – Medical and clinical aspects / Veränderungen in der Praxis im medizinischem und klinischem Bereich - click here for abstracts

Chairperson / Vorsitz: Charles Scerri (Malta)

  • PL2.1. Bruno Dubois (France / Frankreich):Changing the criteria for the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease / Veränderung der Kriterien für die Diagnose von Alzheimer
  • PL2.2. Eric B. Larson (USA):Prospects for prevention of dementia in our increasingly ageing society – Good news on the horizon? / Möglichkeiten der Prävention von Demenz in unserer alternden Gesellschaft – Ein positiver Blick in die Zukunft?
  • PL2.3. Achim Schneeberger (Austria / Österreich):Treating people with Alzheimer’s disease – An overview of the latest research / Behandlung von Menschen mit Alzheimer – Ein Überblick über die neuesten Forschungsergebnisse
  • PL2.4. Giovanni Frisoni (Italy / Italien):Imaging for diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease – New insights from EU-funded and international research / Bildgebung in der Diagnose der Alzheimerkrankheit – Neue Erkenntnisse aus der europäischen und internationalen Forschung

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.00 (Europa 1) Special Symposium SS1: An invitation to communicate differently on dementia - “I’m still the same person” - click here for abstracts

This symposium is sponsored by the Network of European Foundations

13.00-14.00 (Europa 2) Workshop WS1: Agnes & Nancy – A short film about two friendly campaigners - click here for abstracts

Ruth Bartlett (United Kingdom)

14.00-15.30 (Europa 1) Parallel Session P1: Diagnosis - click here for abstracts

Chairperson:Iva Holmerová (Czech Republic)

  • P1.1. Elisabeth L. Zeilinger (Austria):Instruments for the early detection of dementia in persons with intellectual developmental disorder
  • P1.2. Gary Mitchell (United Kingdom):The person with dementia: The personal impact of diagnosis disclosure
  • P1.3. Ian Sherriff (United Kingdom):Early diagnosis of dementia in Plymouth, England: The general practitioner’s and carer’s experience
  • P1.4. Dawn Brooker (United Kingdom):ALCOVE: Sharing knowledge to enlighten healthcare policies in Europe for people living with dementia and their carers. -Emerging findings from work package 5: Improving access to early diagnosis of dementia
  • P1.5. Els Derksen (Netherlands):Diagnostic Disclosure: evaluation of a communication model in dementia care
  • P1.6. Charles Scerri (Malta):Dementia: Diagnosis, disclosure and prescribing practices among primary care physicians in Malta

14.00-15.30 (Europa 2) Parallel Session P2: Psychosocial interventions - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Sigrid Boschert (Austria)

  • P2.1. Carola Döpp (Netherlands):Implementation in clinical practice of an intervention effective in the research setting: a randomized controlled trail
  • P2.2. Delphine J. Herrmann (USA):Improving meal times for people with dementia
  • P2.3. Maarten Milders (United Kingdom):Cognitive stimulation by caregivers for people with dementia
  • P2.4. Eamon O’Shea (Ireland):Effectiveness of reminiscence on the quality of life of residents with dementia in long-stay units: a cluster randomised trial
  • P.2.5. Rahib Chattat (Italy):Cognitive stimulation and maintenance: availability in dementia care
  • P2.6. Silje Høgaas (Norway):Movement from the heart

14.00-15.30 (Europa 3) Parallel Session P3: Assistive technologies I - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Cees Hertogh (Netherlands)

  • P3.1. Marianna Tsatali (Greece):Does cognitive training with the use of a virtual museum improve neuropsychological performance in aMCI?
  • P3.2. Alain Pesce (Monaco):Kodro: a new application for seniors
  • P3.3. Franka Meiland (Netherlands):User evaluation of the ROSETTA assistive technology system for people with dementia
  • P3.4. Areti Efthymiou (Greece):Paid careworkers in Greece: A self study e-learning tool for the social homecare sector in Greece and Bulgaria
  • P3.5. Anthea Innes (United Kingdom):Telehealth for the diagnosis, assessment and management of dementia in remote Scottish communities
  • P3.6. Juliette Sablier (France):Tracking or talking? What do people with Alzheimer disease and their caregivers expect from assistive technologies? Example of a GPS-based tracking system

14.00-15.30 (Europa 4) Parallel Session P4: National dementia strategies / Nationale Demenzstrategien - click here for abstracts

Chairperson / Vorsitz:Sabine Jansen (Germany / Deutschland)

  • P4.1. Matthew P. Janicki (USA):National planning for dementia-related community care for adults with intellectual disabilities / Nationale Planung von demenzspezifischer Pflege für Erwachsene mit geistiger Behinderung
  • P4.2. Sabine Höfler (Austria / Österreich):Integrated dementia care in Austria / Integrierte Pflege für Demenzbetroffene in Österreich
  • P4.3. Marc Wortmann (United Kingdom / Vereinigtes Königreich) and Jacob Roy (India / Indien):WHO makes dementia a public health priority / Weltgesundheitsorganisation: Demenz hat gesundheitspolitische Priorität
  • P4.4. Marie-Odile Desana (France / Frankreich):Lobbying campaign of France Alzheimer during the French presidential election/Lobbying-Kampagne für Alzheimer während der französischen Präsidentschaftswahl
  • P4.5. Henry Simmons (United Kingdom / Vereinigtes Königreich):Scotland’s National Dementia Strategy – Charting progress 2 years on / Schottlands Demenzstrategie –Ein Bericht über den Fortschritt der vergangenen zwei Jahre
  • P4.6. Jenny La Fontaine (United Kingdom / Vereinigtes Königreich):What is a Dementia Adviser and what do they do? – An exploration of the work of Dementia Advisers and their experiences in delivering their role / Was ist ein Demenz-Berater und welche Aufgaben hat er? Eine Erkundung der Tätigkeiten und Erfahrungen als Demenz-Berater

14.00-15.30 (Europa 5) Parallel Session P5: Legal and ethical issues in dementia - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Maria do Rosário Zincke dos Reis (Portugal)

  • P5.1. Kritika Samsi (United Kingdom):How do carers decide for their relatives with dementia?
  • P5.2. Ariadne Van den Broeck (Belgium):License to steal? Preventing abuse of powers of attorney
  • P5.3. Jane Youell (United Kingdom):Ethical considerations and challenges when working with people with dementia and their carers
  • P5.4. Jakov Gather (Germany):Ethical aspects of physician-assisted suicide in Alzheimer’s patients

14.00-15.30 (Europa 6) Parallel Session P6: Diagnose und Behandlungspfade bei Demenz - click here for abstracts

Vorsitz: Andreas Winkler (Österreich)

  • P6.1. Josef Marksteiner (Österreich):Diagnostische Abklärung bei Demenzverdacht
  • P6.2. Alexander Kurz (Deutschland):Aktuelle Behandlungsprinzipien der Alzheimerdemenz
  • P6.3. Achim Schneeberger (Österreich):Impfung und Immunmodulation - von der Forschung in die klinische Anwendung

15.30-16.00 Coffee break and poster exhibition PO1-PO17 - click here for abstracts

16.00-17.30 (Europa 1) Parallel Session P7: Prevention and treatment of dementia - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Charles Scerri (Malta)

  • P7.1. Alexander Kurz (Germany):Prevention of Alzheimer’s dementia: Strategies and current evidence
  • P7.2. Michelle Kelly (Ireland):Lifestyle interventions to protect against dementia: Practical recommendations based on empirical evidence
  • P7.3. Joanna Ish-Horowicz (United Kingdom):Antipsychotic prescribing for dementia in a care home setting
  • P7.4. Christine von Arnim (Netherlands):The effect of the medical food Souvenaid on memory performance and synaptic activity in patients with mild Alzheimer’s Disease

16.00-17.30 (Europa 2) Parallel Session P8: Psychosocial interventions II - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Sigrid Boschert (Austria)

  • P8.1. Paraskevi Sakka (Greece):SOCIABLE pilot study
  • P8.2. John T. McFadden (USA):The Spiritual Care of the Deeply Forgetful: Redefining Chaplaincy for the New Culture of Memory Care
  • P8.3. Gerdine Douma (Netherlands):Mirror neurons and physical rehabilitation in dementia
  • P8.4. Ian Weatherhead (United Kingdom):Admiral Nursing DIRECT Plus: Developing a telephone based psychosocial intervention casework model for family carers
  • P8.5. Anouk Spijker (Netherlands):Adherence to a psychosocial intervention protocol: the hassles of ever-changing practice in community mental health services

16.00-17.30 (Europa 3) Parallel Session P9: Assistive technologies II - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Dianne Gove (Luxembourg)

  • P9.1. José Manuel. Martínez-García (Spain):Artificial neural network based system to assist the diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment. Towards a cognitive screening system
  • P9.2. Inger Hagen (Norway):Assistive technologies in dementia care:  Opportunities and barriers
  • P9.3. Panagiota Zοi (Greece):A lifelong learning programme: “We are family! - Mobile communications of seniors among generations”
  • P9.4. Luiza Spiru (Romania):Smart assistive technology for improving seniors’ indoor and outdoor mobility. The MobileSage project
  • P9.5. Peter J.S. Ashley (United Kingdom):Developing Technology in the support of people with dementia, their carers and professionals

16.00-17.30 (Europa 4) Parallel Session P10: Art and dementia / Kunst und Demenz - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Sabine Jansen (Germany / Deutschland)

  • P10.1. Luisa Bartorelli and Silvia Ragni (Italy / Italien):Art – Here and Now: An art-therapy project in an Alzheimer day centre / Kunst – Hier und Jetzt: Ein Kunst-Therapie-Projekt mit Alzheimer-PatientInnen
  • P10.2. Claire Garabedian (United Kingdom / Vereinigtes Königreich):‘I’d rather have music’ – The impact of music for people with dementia approaching the end of life, and their carers / "Ich höre lieber Musik" – Auswirkungen von Musik auf Menschen mit Demenz und ihre Betreuer in der Palliativversorgung
  • P10.3. Lenore de la Perrelle (Australia / Australien):The Arts as a vehicle for social citizenship for people with dementia / Die Kunst als Mittel für gesellschaftliches Recht für Menschen mit Demenz
  • P10.4. Virginia Lewis (Australia / Australien):Music maestro – The impact of using personalised MP3 player content for people with dementia on family caregivers’ perceived quality of life and burden / Music Maestro – Die Auswirkungen von personalisierten MP3-Playern für Menschen mit Demenz auf die Lebensqualität und Belastung, die von pflegenden Angehörige wahrgenommen werden
  • P10.5. Michelle Burns (USA):The Holding Time Bowl Initiative – Translating an expressive arts programme to overcome negative misperceptions / The Holding Time Bowl Initiative – Ausdrucksvolles Kunst Programm zur Bewältigung von negativen Fehlwahrnehmungen

16.00-17.30 (Europa 5) Parallel Session P11: Socio-economic cost of dementia - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Andreas Walter (Austria)

  • P11.1. Bérengère Davin (France):Because they’re worth it! Cost of informal care provided to people with dementia
  • P11.2. Chloé Gervès (France):Economic analysis of the intangible impacts of informal care for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other mental disorders
  • P11.3. Sheelah Connolly (Ireland):Estimating the economic and social costs of dementia in Ireland
  • P11.4. Manuel Ruiz-Adame Reina (Spain):Knowing profiles and indicators of cost of AD in the south of Spain
  • P11.5. Heinz Katschnig (Austria): Dementia and pathways of health service utilisation in Austria: A record linkage study in a country with a fragmented provider payment system

16.00-17.30 (Europa 6) Parallel Session P12: Angehörige im Fokus - click here for abstracts

Vorsitz: Antonia Croy (Österreich)

  • P12.1. Stefanie Auer (Österreich): Demenzservicestellen der MAS
  • P12.2. Sabine Henry (Belgien): Demenzfreundliche Gemeinden – Das belgische Modell
  • P12.3. Birgitta Martensson (Schweiz): Angehörige in verschiedenen Rollen
  • P12.4. Bettina Hofmann (Österreich): Pilotprojekt Wohngemeinschaft Dragonerstraße - ein neues Wohnkonzept in der stationären Betreuung von Menschen mit Demenz in Österreich

17.30-18.30 (Europa 1) Special Symposium SS2: Introducing a new nutritional approach in early Alzheimer’s disease - click here for abstracts

This symposium is sponsored by Nutricia. The information presented in this scientific symposium is intended for healthcare professionals.

17.30-18.30 (Europa 2) Workshop WS2: ALCOVE: Sharing knowledge to enlighten healthcare policies in Europe for people living with dementia and their carers - click here for abstracts

Dawn Brooker (United Kingdom)

17.30-18.30 (Europa 6) Workshop WS3: Lebensfreude durch Bewegung und Spaß erhalten - click here for abstracts

Kathrin Dietrich (Deutschland)

Saturday, 6 October 2012 / Samstag, den 6. Oktober 2012

08.30-10.00 (Europa 1) Parallel Session P13: Caregiver burden and BPSD - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Paraskevi Sakka (Greece)

  • P13.1. Annalisa Bonora (Italy): Caregivers burden, BPSD symptoms and respite care
  • P13.2. Eva Dierckx (Belgium): Are depressive symptoms in Mild Cognitive Impairment patients predictive for conversion to dementia?
  • P13.3. Yu Shan Chien (Taiwan): The effect of territorial offenses on agitation in patients of dementia
  • P13.4. Livia Pfeifer (Switzerland): Impact of caregiver burden and depression on rating discrepancy across domains in Mild cognitive Impairment and early-stage Alzheimer’s disease
  • P13.5. Jacqueline Parkes (United Kingdom): The effects of behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia: developing supportive care strategies for both the sufferer and their carers

08.30-10.00 (Europa 2) Parallel Session P14: End-of-life care - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Katharina Heimerl (Austria)

  • P14.1. Gráinne McGettrick (Ireland): Building consensus for dementia palliative care
  • P14.2. Mary Cosgrave (Ireland): Comparing end-of-life care in dementia and severe mental illness in the elderly
  • P14.3. Nienke Boogaard (Netherlands): Feedback on end-of-life care in dementia: the Follow up project
  • P14.4. Yvonne Engels (Netherlands): Quality indicators for the organisation of palliative dementia care: the FP7 IMPACT project
  • P14.5. Elisabeth K. Wappelshammer (Austria): Old People and Culture of Care
  • P14.6. Myrra Vernooij-Dassen (Netherlands): The organisation of palliative care in Europe: building bridges between cancer and dementia palliative care

08.30-10.00 (Europa 3) Parallel Session P15: Involving people with dementia I - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Maurice O’Connell (Ireland)

  • P15.1. Andrea Capstick (United Kingdom): Bay Tree Voices: Inclusive practice in the involvement of people with dementia in practitioner education
  • P15.2. Eleanor Edmond (Ireland): “Doing whatever it takes”: exploring practical approaches to involving people with dementia in decision-making
  • P15.3. Renate Stemmer (Germany): Maintaining everyday practical and cognitive competencies in people with dementia in a home setting
  • P15.4. Isabelle Donnio (France): Bistrot Mémoire: a living experience
  • P15.5. Angela Clayton-Turner (United Kingdom): Lay Involvement in Research – a personal perspective

08.30-10.00 (Europa 4) Parallel Session P16: Perceptions of dementia / Wahrnehmung der Demenz - click here for abstracts

Chairperson / Vorsitz: Michael Rainer (Austria / Österreich)

  • P16.1. Susan H. McFadden (USA): Can there be meaning in dementia? Some lessons from Viktor Frankl / Die Bedeutung von Demenz anhand von Viktor Frankl
  • P16.2. Pierre Arwidson (France / Frankreich): Perspectives on Alzheimer’s disease among the general public, family and professional caregivers in France / Die Alzheimer Krankheit aus Sicht der Öffentlichkeit, der Familie und des Pflegepersonals in Frankreich
  • P16.3. Anne Margriet Pot (Netherlands / Niederlande): Evaluation of ‘The Alzheimer Experience’, an online interactive media production to experience dementia /„Das Alzheimer Experiment“– Interaktiv und online Demenz erleben
  • P16.4. Nienke van Wezel (Netherlands / Niederland): Experiences, knowledge and attitudes about dementia of informal caregivers within the Turkish, Moroccan and Surinamese communities / Erfahrungen, Kenntnisse und Standpunkte zum Thema Demenz von Pflegenden innerhalb der türkischen, marokkanischen und surinamischen Gesellschaft
  • P16.5. Suzanne Cahill (Ireland / Irland): What do we know about understandings and attitudes to dementia? / Verständnis und Einstellungen zum Thema Demenz
  • P16.6. Perla Werner (Israel): Lay persons' beliefs and knowledge about Alzheimer's disease – Are there gender differences? / Vorstellungen und Wissen der Laien über die Alzheimer Krankheit – Gibt es geschlechtsspezifische Unterschiede?

08.30-10.00 (Europa 5) Parallel Session P17: Carer support - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Rabih Chattat (Italy)

  • P17.1. Siobhan Healy McGowan (Ireland): Caring for a spouse/relative with dementia at home: male caregivers’ experiences
  • P17.2. Tanja Kalytta (Germany): The impact of a short-term telephone based psychological intervention on encouraging family caregivers to identify their needs for support
  • P17.3. Jo Alexjuk (United Kingdom): Intellectual Disability and Dementia: changing knowledge to change practice
  • P17.4. Rose Marie Dröes (Netherlands): The dementia experience intervention: a virtual reality experience of dementia
  • P17.5. Gemma Kam Chu Wong (HongKong): Empowering the experienced caregivers to act as mentors to the caregivers with newly acquired caregiving role – A preliminary study
  • P17.6. Michael Bauer (Australia): Measuring constructive family/staff relationships to improve care for people with dementia

08.30-10.00 (Europa 6) Parallel Session P18: Alte Probleme/neue Perspektiven - click here for abstracts

Vorsitz: Katharina Pils (Österreich)

  • P18.1. Christian Jagsch (Österreich): Psychotherapie im Alter und bei Demenz – Was macht Sinn?
  • P18.2. Doris Bach (Österreich): Intimität und Tabu – Sexualität trotz Demenz
  • P18.3. Gunvor Sramek (Österreich): Validation

10.00-10.30 Coffee break and poster exhibition (PO18-PO34) - click here for abstracts

10.30-12.00 (Europa 1) Parallel Session P19: Long-term care - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Alicja Sadowska (Poland)

  • P19.1. Helen McFarlane (United Kingdom): An evaluation of the Dementia Quality Mark for residential care in the South West of England
  • P19.2. Iva Holmerová (Czech Republic): Dementia as a priority problem of long-term care
  • P19.3. Hana Vaňková (Czech Republic): Pain: important problem in long-term care of persons with dementia
  • P19.4. Dana Hradcová (Czech Republic): Dining in long-term care for persons with dementia

10.30-12.00 (Europa 2) Parallel Session P20: Dementia-friendly communities - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Monika Geck (Austria)

  • P20.1. Catherine Hennessy (United Kingdom): Dementia friendly urban and rural communities in South West England
  • P20.2. Marilyn Cash (United Kingdom): What people with dementia see as ‘Dementia Friendly Tourism’
  • P20.3. June Andrews (United Kingdom): Dementia friendly design in acute general hospitals as an element of dementia-friendly communities
  • P20.4. Irene Monsonís Payá and Philippe Duval (Spain): Increasing Alzheimer’s disease friendly communities through the promotion of specialised training for carers and professionals
  • P20.5. Petra Plunger (Austria): Caring for people living with dementia in community pharmacies

10.30-12.00 (Europa 3) Parallel Session P21: Involving people with dementia II - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Peter Ashley (United Kingdom)

  • P21.1. Nancy McAdam and Agnes Houston on behalf of the Scottish Dementia Working Group (United Kingdom): Involving people with dementia – Living in Darkness
  • P21.2. Maria S. Parsons (United Kingdom): Older people with dementia making connections with younger people: the Lost in Time and Space project
  • P21.3. Sabine Henry (Belgium): “The Fighters, a place where disoriented people can share at their own path”
  • P21.4. Judith Mollard (France): Actions offered to help young people with dementia
  • P21.5. István Kappéter (Hungary): Three-times Stigmatisation

10.30-12.00 (Europa 4) Parallel Session P22: Quality of life / Lebensqualität- click here for abstracts - click here for abstracts

Chairperson / Vorsitz: Monika Natlacen (Austria / Österreich)

  • P22.1. Marion Villez (France / Frankreich): Younger people with dementia – Issues and new challenges / Jüngere Menschen mit Demenz – Probleme und neue Herausforderungen
  • P22.2. Renate Stemmer (Germany / Deutschland): The ‘nursing oasis’ – An approach to improve the quality of life of people with advanced dementia? / Die „Pflege-Oase“ – ein Ansatz zur Verbesserung der Lebensqualität von Menschen mit fortgeschrittener Demenz 
  • P22.3. Karin Wolf-Ostermann (Germany / Deutschland): Quality of care and support in shared-housing arrangements for care-dependent persons with dementia – Is there a relationship with quality of life? / Stehen die Qualität der Betreuung und die Unterstützung von pflegebedürftigen Menschen mit Demenz in Wohngemeinschaften in Zusammenhang mit deren Lebensqualität?
  • P22.4. Ana Margarida Cavaleiro (Portugal): Quality of life, coping strategies and self-efficacy in Alzheimer’s disease caregivers / Lebensqualität, Bewältigungsstrategien und Selbstvertrauen des Pflegepersonals von Alzheimer-PatientInnen
  • P22.5. Anita Ellefsen (Norway / Norwegen): Green Day Care as a model for day care offered to people with dementia / „Green Day Care“ – Ein Modell zur Tagesbetreuung für Menschen mit Demenz
  • P22.6. Katharina Heimerl (Austria/ Österreich): Women and men with dementia – Recommendations for action / Handlungsempfehlungen für Frauen und Männer mit Demenz

10.30-12.00 (Europa 5) Parallel Session P23: Care services - click here for abstracts

Chairperson: Marie-Jo Guisset (France)

  • P23.1. Laëtitia Ngatcha-Ribert (France): Occupational therapists, speech therapists, psychomotor therapists and psychologists: which place in dementia care in France?
  • P23.2. Christiane Pinkert (Germany): Dementia care in acute hospitals in Germany
  • P23.3. Katrin Krah and Dirk Bahnen (Germany): Dementia Network Krefeld Patient centred Care with Constancy and Stability
  • P23.4. Yvonne Stewart (United Kingdom): How Self Directed Support (SDS) can help people with dementia to remain living in their own homes
  • P23.5. Clare Cutler (United Kingdom): Developing International rural dementia care service excellence
  • P23.6. Penny Hibberd and Karen Harrison-Dening (United Kingdom): Evolving Nurse Practice – a family-centred approach to specialist dementia care nursing

10.30-12.00 (Europa 6) Parallel Session P24: Neue Betreuungsformen - click here for abstracts

Vorsitz: Georg Psota (Österreich)

  • P24.1. Michael Rainer (Österreich): BPSD – Herausforderndes Verhalten und Behandlungsmöglichkeiten
  • P24.2. Margit Kitzler (Österreich): Neue Wohnformen im Alter (Demenz) - Wohnen und Leben in Hausgemeinschaften
  • P24.3. Denis Mancini (Luxemburg): Das Konzept und die Philosophie der Luxemburger Alzheimer Vereinigung
  • P24.4. Georg Psota (Österreich): Ambulante Konzepte

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.00 (Europa 1) Special Symposium SS3: The value of innovation in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease - click here for abstracts

This symposium is sponsored by GE Healthcare

13.00-14.00 (Europa 2) Special Symposium SS4: Incontinence Care in Dementia - click here for abstracts

Moderator:Josefine Grandin (Sweden)

  • SS5. Paul van Houten (Netherlands):New incontinence in vulnerable elderly people – Ensuring it is noticed quickly and a methodical analysis is carried out

This symposium is sponsored by SCA Hygiene Products.

14.00-15.30 (Europa 4): Plenary session PL3: Changing practice – Social and care aspects / Ver!nderungen in der Praxis im Sozial- und Pflegebereich - click here for abstracts

Chairperson / Vorsitz: Stefanie Auer (Austria / Österreich)

  • PL3.1. Kerstin Zimmermann (Austria / Österreich): The Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme and its focus on the mobility and independence of people with dementia / Das „Ambient Assisted Living Programme“ – Fokus auf die Mobilität und Unabhängigkeit von Menschen mit Demenz
  • PL3.2. Armelle Leperre-Desplanques (France / Frankreich): ALCOVE – The European Joint Action on dementia to exchange good practices / ALCOVE – Europäischer Austausch von Best-Practice-Beispielen
  • PL3.3. Bob Woods (United Kingdom / Vereinigtes Königreich): European collaboration on psychosocial research – The example of the Interdem network / Europäische Zusammenarbeit auf dem Gebiet der psycho-sozialen Forschung am Beispiel von „Interdem Network“
  • PL3.4. Marilène Filbet (France / Frankreich): Palliative care for older people with dementia / Palliativmedizin bei Menschen mit Demenz

15.30-16.00 Coffee break and poster exhibition (PO18-PO34) - click here for abstracts

16.00-17.30 (Europa 4): Plenary session PL4: Changing perceptions / Veränderungen der Sichtweise - click here for abstracts

Chairperson / Vorsitz: Myrra Vernooij-Dassen (Netherlands / Niederlande)

  • PL4.1. Helga Rohra (Germany / Deutschland): Nothing about us without us – Promoting the involvement of people with dementia /„Nichts über uns – ohne uns“ – Förderung der  Einbindung von Menschen mit Demenz
  • PL4.2. Cees Hertogh (Netherlands / Niederlande): Technology and dementia – What are the ethical implications? / Technologie und Demenz – Was sind die ethischen Auswirkungen?
  • PL4.3. Dianne Gove (Luxembourg / Luxemburg): The European Dementia Ethics Network – Overview of statements on dementia research
  • PL4.4. Helga Müller-Ebner (Austria / Österreich): Guardianship, patient advocacy and residential advocacy in the Austrian healthcare system /Sachwalterschaft, Patientenanwaltschaft und Bewohnervertretung im österreichischen Gesundheitssystem

17.30-18.00 (Europa 4) Closing Ceremony / Abschlusszeremonie

Presentation and invitation to 23rd Alzheimer Europe Conference in Valletta, Malta / Präsentation und Einladung zur 23. Alzheimer Europe Konferenz in Valletta, Malta

Closing comments and farewell by / Schlusswort und Verabschiedung von:

  • Antonia Croy, Chairperson, Alzheimer Austria / Vorsitzende von Alzheimer Austria
  • Heike von Lützau-Hohlbein, Chairperson, Alzheimer Europe / Vorsitzende von Alzheimer Europe

 

 
 

Last Updated: Wednesday 14 November 2012

 

 
  • Acknowledgements

    The 22nd Alzheimer Europe Conference in Vienna received funding from the European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme. Alzheimer Europe and Alzheimer Austria gratefully acknowledge the additional support provided by foundations and companies.
  • European Union
  • King Baudouin Foundation
  • Land Niederösterreich
  • SCA Global Hygiene
 
 

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