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Quarterly Meeting - September 2013

Event Date:
Wednesday 02 October 2013
Location:
Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Agenda 

9:30am Registration and coffee

10:00am Welcome from Chair Sharon Blackburn, National Care Forum

10:10am Delirium: what it is and why it matters Louise Allan, British Geriatrics Society

10:30am Demographics: focus on older ethnic minorities Omar Khan, The Runnymede Trust

10:40am All Party Parliamentary Group on dementia: Dementia does not discriminate Alli Anthony, Alzheimer’s Society

10:50am Carer’s perspective Manjit Nijjar, Uniting Carers

11am Questions & Answers

11:15am Coffee break

11:30am Making services more culturally competent Karan Jutlla, Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester

11:50am All member showcase and panel Janet Jadavji, YECCO, Julia Botsford, Dementia UK, Alli Anthony, Alzheimer’s Society, Karan Jutlla, Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester.

Opportunity for all delegates to provide a two minute update on providing culturally competent services

12:35pm Lunch/ networking

13:35pm Alliance update Simon Kitchen, Dementia Action Alliance

13:45pm Workshop How can your organisation take action to support people with dementia from BAME backgrounds?

14:45pm The challenge of dementia in ethnic minorities: An international perspective Jacob Roy, Chair of Alzheimer’s Disease International

15:05 pm Carers Call to Action Rachel Niblock and Ruth Hannan

15:15pm Updates from members

15:25pm Close Sharon Blackburn’s closing remarks

Presentations:

Delirium: what it is and why it matters Louise Allan, British Geriatrics Society

Delirium in the acute hospital

Demographics: focus on older ethnic minorities Omar Khan, The Runnymede Trust

Coming soon

All Party Parliamentary Group on dementia:

Dementia does not discriminate: Alli Anthony, Alzheimer's Society

Carer’s perspective: Manjit Nijjar, Uniting Carers

Carer's perspective: Manjit Nijjar

Making services more culturally competent

Karen Jutlla, Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester 

All member showcase and panel:

Janet Jadavji, YECCO, Julia Botsford, Dementia UK, Alli
Anthony, Alzheimer’s Society, Karan Jutlla, Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester.

Alliance update

Simon Kitchen, Dementia Action Alliance

The challenge of dementia in ethnic minorities: An international perspective

Jacob Roy, Chair of Alzheimer's Disease International

Carers Call to Action

Carers C2A - Rachel Niblock & Ruth Hannan

Overview of the day

September Quarterly Meeting Report