May 16-17, 2023 | Atlanta, GA
As the number of people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias rapidly escalates in the coming decades, the need for effective public health risk reduction strategies that help all communities grows larger by the day. The first-ever Dementia Risk Reduction Summit will explore how public health can address the risk factors for cognitive decline and dementia across the public health prevention spectrum: from working in partnerships and with health systems to addressing community education and workplace practices.
The conference is sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association’s Public Health Center of Excellence on Dementia Risk Reduction, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Summit will identify what public health agencies at the state, local and tribal level can do to address dementia risk factors across the public health prevention spectrum. Sessions will focus on how public health can act to address modifiable risk factors and social determinants of health for dementia by:
These steps represent a continuum of progress, from building individual knowledge to helping to shape public policy.
Wayne H. Giles, M.D., M.S.
Dean, School of Public Health
University of Illinois Chicago
Jewel Mullen, M.D., MPH
Associate Dean of Health Equity
Dell Medical School
University of Texas at Austin
May 16-17, 2023
Location: CDC Clifton Road Campus
1600 Clifton Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30341
A free recording of the conference is now available.