National Dementia Congress will be a significant conference where Australia's central government will proclaim the aspects of their valuation of the Dementia Initiative - Making Dementia a National Health Priority. This conference will bring together the top decision makers to discuss the policies and decisions and how these results will affect real-world care go ahead. The number of people suffering from dementia is expected to rise from the present rate of 245,000 to 1.13 million by 2050 in Australia. It will provide the up to date information on this significant evaluation in dementia. The congress will also offer an opportunity to explore the up-to-the-minute research on fundamental quality of care issues with major aged care, dementia care and mental health clinicians.
Targeted visitors at National Dementia Congress 2010 are:
- Clinicians from aged care, dementia care and mental health
- Decision Makers
- Health Professionals
- Government Representatives
- Federal Government
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