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32nd International Conference of Alzheimer`s Disease International (ADI 2017)

Kyoto International Conference Center * | Kyoto, JAPAN
From 770 to 950 JPY
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Title: 32nd International Conference of Alzheimer`s Disease International (ADI 2017)
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Dates: From Apr, 26, 2017 to Apr, 29, 2017
Location: Kyoto, JAPAN
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 770 to 950 JPY
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Kyoto International Conference Center *

Kyoto, JAPAN
Kyoto has nurtured a unique culture over more than 1200 years since the glory of Heiankyo. This culture reveals in beauty of the four seasons and forms the heart of Japanese hospitality. Kyoto has 17 temples, shrines and castles inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List and about 2,000 temples, shrines and other historical sites. These historical buildings and places are integrated with diverse facets of culture, including tea ceremony, flower arrangement and Noh. Kyoto International Conference Center was established in 1966 in this mecca of Japanese culture, as Japan's first state-sponsored international conference center.
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Event Overview
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The annual conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) continues to evolve and now attracts thousands of dementia specialists from over 100 countries around the world. Hosted with a different Alzheimer association around the world each year, in 2017, the conference will be hosted with Alzheimer’s Association Japan. The conference is one of the world’s largest and most important conferences on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Featuring a range of international keynote speakers and a high standard of scientific and non-scientific content; combined, this makes it the optimum setting to learn about the latest advances in the treatment, care and management of dementia. The ADI annual conference is proud to be the longest running international conference on dementia, and is an opportunity to bring together all those with an interest; including, researchers, clinicians, people with dementia, family members, care professionals, scientists, researchers and staff and volunteers of Alzheimer associations. This unique, multi-disciplinary event is a favourite amongst leaders in the field and is a perfect opportunity to share and learn from one another.

Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI)

ADI is the international federation of Alzheimer associations around the world, in official relations with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and in consultative status with the United Nations (UN). With over 80 members each member is the Alzheimer association in their country who support people living with dementia and their families. There are over 46 million people estimated to be living with dementia around the world and this number is set to reach 131.5 million in 2050. ADI’s vision is an improved quality of life for people living with dementia and their families throughout the world.

Alzheimer’s Association Japan (AAJ)

Alzheimer’s Association Japan is an organisation operated by people with dementia, their families and professionals with 47 chapters, one in each of its 47 prefectures throughout Japan. Many medical specialists as well as professional carers are also members and provide AAJ with their skills and experiences. Japan is a super ageing society with the longest life expectancy and the highest elderly population ratio in the world. There will be seven million people living with dementia by 2025. AAJ is working hard to build a dementia friendly society with the government, and other dementia related organisations. According to the World Alzheimer’s Report 2015, almost half of the total population of people with dementia are living in Asian countries. The 2017 conference in Japan will be a great chance to work together to build a dementia friendly world. We look forward to welcoming you to Japan in 2017 for what promises to be a successful ADI conference.


Kunio Takami (Conference Chair)

Alzheimer’s Association Japan

Dr. Shigenobu Nakamura (LOC chair)

Alzheimer’s Association Japan

Dr. Kenji Toba

National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology

Dr. Akira Homma

Tokyo Dementia Care Research and Training Center, Japan

Fumiatsu Sugino

Alzheimer’s Association Japan

Yumiko Kaneko

Alzheimer’s Association Japan

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Kyoto International Conference Center

Takaragaike, Sakyo-ku,



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Submission Info

We welcome both scientific and non-scientific abstracts on a range of research, care, quality of life and policy issues. Please see the abstract guidelines for further details. To facilitate easier abstract submission for people with dementia, we have also created a paper submission form. If you would prefer to submit in this way, please contact to request the form.

Key Deadlines

Abstract submission closes: 31st October 2016

Abstract notifications: January 2017 

Abstract Topics


Non-AD Dementia's

Risk reduction and risk factors

New research methodologies

Diagnosis and imaging

Early intervention

New and future treatments



Collaboration and big data

Care research and practice

Social systems today and of the future

Carer support and training

Education and training of the workforce

Models of care

End of life care

Non-pharmacological interventions

Person-centred care

Technology and dementia

Rehabilitation and enablement

Care coordination and collaboration


Awareness and stigma

Dementia friendly communities

Healthy ageing

Environment and design

Engaging people with dementia and carers

Sexuality and dementia

Religion and spirituality

Dementia friends or supporters

Community engagement and collaboration


Dementia policies

Public policy initiatives

Rights of people with dementia

Health economics

Law and ethics

Building alliances and collaboration

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General Info

ADI 2017 Conference Secretariat 


Durford Mill



GU31 5AZ

United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0) 1730 715 248

Fax: +44 (0) 1730 715 291



Organising Agency

ADI 2017 Conference Secretariat 


Durford Mill



GU31 5AZ

United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0) 1730 715 248

Fax: +44 (0) 1730 715 291



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