DNNI (Dementia and Neurodegeneration Network Ireland), in collaboration with Creative Aging International and other partners are hosting Headspace2018 on Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd March 2018 in Trinity College Dublin.
A culture change is required to alter the way in which academic researchers and universities interact with the public and the groups they research, to change the manner in which research is shared with, and directed by, the public. Headspace2018 event will include engaging and interactive debates and discussions on all aspects of dementia & neurodegeneration research by national and international speakers. Topics such as social issues, interventions and clinical practice, brain health and ethical considerations will be discussed.
Join us for this 2-day celebration of scientific and creative investigation. The event is suitable for a broad audience and no previous experience is required. So if you are a member of the public, a researcher, a community group, a clinician, a policy-maker or from industry....you are all welcome and there will be something for everyone over the 2 days. If you have an interest in brain health, dementia or neurodegeneration research this event is for you!
The event is free but booking is required – book through Eventbrite. There is a high level of interest in the event so it is recommended that you book early to avoid disappointment.
More information on the speakers and schedule can be found at: http://www.creativeageinginternational.com/events/