Alzheimer's Disease International World Alzheimer's Report 2021 Survey Request
This year, Alzheimer's Disease International's (ADI) World Alzheimer Report will focus on the key area of diagnosis. ADI is working alongside McGill University of Montreal, Canada, to produce this year’s report, as well as next year’s World Alzheimer Report on post diagnostic support.
ADI are seeking clinicians; neurologists, geriatricians, gerontologists, psychiatrists and people working in memory clinics and healthcare centres involved in Alzheimer's disease and dementia diagnosis process, to complete the first survey.
The survey, which is open until 26th March, should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.
The survey is available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. You will be able to select the language you are most comfortable with from the language selection menu on the top of the survey form.
The annual World Alzheimer's Report, which has a theme each year, is crucial for gaining global insights into dementia and has previously focused on, for example, dementia-related design in the built environment, societal attitudes, research, humanitarian response treatment, and healthcare.
Dr. Serge Gauthier, ADI World Alzheimer's Report 2021 team leader and TauRx Scientific Board Chairman, on behalf of the McGill team, said: “We strongly believe that our combined experience and expertise in research, care, education and lived experience in dementia-related illnesses will provide a tangible, meaningful and inclusive report on diagnosis and the management of dementia to Alzheimer’s Disease International.“
Please complete and share the survey for the benefit of the whole dementia community.