By Alzheimer Europe
Alzheimer Europe is delighted to invite you to register for the upcoming 33rd Alzheimer Europe Conference (#33AEC), which will take place in Helsinki, Finland on 16-18 October 2023, under the banner ‘New opportunities in dementia care, policy and research’ and in collaboration with Muistiliitto, the Alzheimer Society of Finland. This event will be mainly in-person but will include some broadcast elements such as plenary sessions, and other carefully selected parallel sessions and symposia to allow those still unable to travel to participate from the comfort of their home or office.
As in previous years, Alzheimer Europe hopes that #33AEC will be a great networking opportunity, bringing together people with dementia, their carers and supporters, volunteers and staff of Alzheimer associations, policymakers, health and social care professionals, researchers, academics, and industry representatives from across Europe and beyond.
Take advantage of the early bird registration fees until 30 June 2023 to attend in-person in Helsinki, or virtually. Register with the early bird rates and benefit from the reduced in-person registration fee of €400 instead of €500. A 30% discount is available for participants from low and middle income countries. Special rates are also available for people with dementia, students and member associations of Alzheimer Europe.
Click here for more information about in-person registration fees.
Click here for more information about virtual attendance fees.
Click here to register.
The call for abstracts, which covers a broad range of topics, is also open until 30 April so would-be presenters are encouraged to submit theirs as soon as possible, via https://www.alzheimer-europe.org/conferences/2023-helsinki/abstract-submission