Held at the Queensland Brain Institute, this public forum provides updates on CJCADR research and discoveries with regard to potential treatments, clinical trials, care and policy directions for dementia. This anticipated event highlighted the cutting-edge research that is building our understanding of dementia risk factors and biology and progressing the push for improved treatments.

 

Keynote Speaker: Pat Welsh

Sports Editor and Media Identity

Pat Welsh is a Sports Editor at Seven News Brisbane, recently celebrating 40 years with the network and has become a popular and trusted figure to his legion of fans.

Now, in partnership with Dementia Australia, he uses his media profile to bring much-needed awareness to brain health. 

"Watching my father live with dementia showed me how important programs and services were to my mother and him in helping them retain their quality of life," he said. 

"I want to use my profile to help eliminate the stigma around brain health and start a conversation in the community. Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia, and we all need to understand what we can do to reduce our risk."

 

Register Your Attendance

If you are interested in attending this event, register below. Please note: This is a free event, however, registration is essential as seats are limited and dietary requirements necessary.

RSVP

Program

To view the event program and speaker bios please click here.

 

Getting to QBI

The Queensland Brain Institute is located within the University of Queensland (St Lucia) on Upland Road

If you are unfamiliar with the St Lucia Campus, Apple and Android app, UQ NAV, can assist with directions. Please click here to download.

Parking

A map of the available parking at UQ is located here. All parking within the UQ campus is paid, to view casual parking rates please click here.

As parking is limited we suggest, if possible, catching alternative transport, please note Chancellors Place is the closest bus stop to QBI.

Enquiries

Ms Jessica O'Brien, Events Officer
Telephone: 07 3346 6412
Mobile: 0452 533 669
Email: qbievents@uq.edu.au

About Public Dementia Forum Series

This yearly public forum looks at living with dementia, its treatment, and Clem Jones Centre for Ageing Dementia Research discoveries.

 

 

Venue

The Queensland Brain Institute, Building 79, The University of Queensland, St Lucia QLD 4072, Australia
Room: 
Level 7 Auditorium