Abstract Topics


Abstract submission is open hereWith many new abstract topics, take a look to see where your submission will fit best.

Before submitting your abstract please look at the abstract submission guidelines carefully to ensure your abstract meets the requirements.


Deadline for submissions is Sunday 1 September 2019.

  • Dementia and the Convention on Human Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CPRD) NEW
  • Dementia and equitable society NEW
  • Dementia and human rights NEW
  • Dementia and labour laws NEW
  • Dementia and NCDs, SDGs, UHC and ageing NEW
  • Dementia policies and public policy
  • Designing and evaluating the impact of funding programmes NEW
  • Economics of dementia
  • Engaging people with dementia and carers in policy
  • Attitudes, awareness and stigma
  • Community partnerships / Public-Private-People partnerships NEW
  • Consumer empowerment
  • Dementia friendliness
  • Diverse populations – inclusion, equality, cultural issues
  • Fundraising for dementia NEW
  • Cognitive reserve, brain resilience and dementia prevention NEW
  • Implementation of risk reduction interventions (Local, regional and national levels)
  • Public health campaigning NEW
  • Risk factors
  • Risk reduction and prevention (including clinical trials)
  • Diagnosis
  • Diagnostic tools
  • Dementia and dignity
  • Dementia and spirituality
  • End of life and palliative care
  • Environment and architecture for dementia
  • Models of care
  • Post diagnostic support for people with dementia and carers NEW
  • Psychosocial interventions
  • Rehabilitation (physical and cognitive)
  • Social isolation, loneliness, depression and the consequences for people with dementia and carers NEW
  • Well being and quality of life
  • Education and training in hospitals NEW
  • Formal carers education and training
  • Informal carers support – pre, during and post
  • Informal carers training
  • Polypharmacy NEW
  • Role of primary care NEW
  • Young carers NEW
  • Global Dementia Observatory (GDO) NEW
  • International collaboration on data sharing NEW
  • Registries
  • Clinical trials NEW
  • Epidemiology
  • Genetics
  • Inflammation and immunity NEW
  • Innovation, entrepreneurship and technology
  • Mid-to-late stages of dementia NEW
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
  • New and future treatments
  • Non-pharmacological interventions
  • Other syndromes and dementia NEW
  • Young onset dementia


  • Submitting Author: the person who physically submits the abstract
  • Presenting Author: the person who will physically present the abstract at the conference and who is marked as the presenter in the programme
  • First Author: First author cited, who scientifically endorses the abstract and is therefore responsible for its content

Please look at the abstract submission guidelines carefully before submitting your abstract.

If you experience any problems in submitting your abstract please contact adi2020@singex.com. If you are living with dementia and prefer to submit your abstract by paper there is a paper form available. Please email conference@alz.co.uk to request a copy. To facilitate the review process we encourage all to submit their abstracts online where possible.