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Acknowledgements

2012: National Dementia Strategies (diagnosis, treatment and research)

Alzheimer Europe would like to thank the following experts for writing, updating and/or checking the various national reports in this publication. Without their help, this publication would not have been possible.

  • Antonia Croy, Austria
  • Roswitha Bartsch, Austria
  • Irina Vasileva Ilieva, Bulgaria
  • Lora Ivanova, Bulgaria
  • Ninoslav Mimica, Croatia
  • Noni Diakou, Cyprus
  • Iva Holmerová, Czech Republic
  • Daniela Bruthansova, Czech Republic
  • Anne Arndal, Denmark
  • Heidi Härmä, Finland
  • Henna Nikumaa, Finland
  • Eila Okkonen, Finland
  • Judith Mollard, France
  • Fanny Gaspard, France
  • Sabine Jansen, Germany
  • Hans-Jürgen Freter, Germany
  • Magda Tsolaki, Greece
  • Maurice O’Connell, Ireland
  • Grainne McGettrick, Ireland
  • Luisa Bartorelli, Italy
  • Kim Averty, Jersey
  • Carine Federspiel, Luxembourg
  • Charles Scerri, Malta
  • Marco Blom, the Netherlands
  • Julie Meerveld, the Netherlands
  • Anne-Kjersti Toft, Norway
  • May-Hilde Garden, Norway
  • Miroslawa Wojciechowska, Poland
  • Alicja Sadowska, Poland
  • Katarzyna Broczek, Poland
  • Maria Rosário Zincke dos Reis, Portugal
  • Celso Pontes, Portugal
  • Alexandre de Mendonça, Portugal
  • António Leuschner, Portugal
  • Gabriela Cirstescu, Romania
  • Maria Moglan, Romania
  • Stefanija Lukič-Zlobec, Slovenia
  • Gorazd Bernard Stokin, Slovenia
  • Kristina Westerlund, Sweden
  • Marianne Wolfensberger, Switzerland
  • Başar Bilgiç, Turkey
  • Laura Cook, United Kingdom (England)
  • Laura Cook, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)
  • Elizabeth Byrne McCullough, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)
  • Jim Pearson, United Kingdom (Scotland)
  • Maureen Thom, United Kingdom (Scotland)

 

 
 

Last Updated: Tuesday 14 May 2013

 

 
  • Acknowledgements

    The above information was published in the 2012 Dementia in Europe Yearbook as part of Alzheimer Europe's 2012 Work Plan which received funding from the European Union in the framework of the Health Programme. Alzheimer Europe gratefully acknowledges the support it has received from the Alzheimer Europe Foundation for the preparation and publication of its 2012 Yearbook.
  • European Union
 
 

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