Alzheimer's Public Forum Virtual Event This Sunday
Most years I attend a Mild Cognitive Impairment Symposium in Miami held in the winter/early spring. The day after the Symposium events for researchers and clinicians, they traditionally hold a Public Forum event where the same WORLD RENOWNED scientists present their material in a user-friendly style for the general public. The event has been virtual for the past few years with the pandemic. (The photo above is from the last time I was there in person with a group of other clinicians/scientists who study behavioral interventions in Mild Cognitive Impairment.)
While I didn't attend the virtual Symposium this year, I did find an email about the FREE Public Forum event in my inbox this morning, and wanted to share it with all of you. It is happening THIS SUNDAY. What is unique about this event is that you will hear right from the people who were often involved in the research. It is usually a great event that is well-attended.
Here is the link I got for the Public Forum. You have to register to get the virtual link to the event.
If you attend, let us know what you think!
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Was this recorded? Is there any way of listening this? Thanks.
The recording is at the very bottom of its page.
I just finished listening. It was 3 hours long, but can pause whenever. Very informative – highly recommend to all!