Released 25 August and Available on Demand
Dementia is not a normal part of ageing.
A 10-25% reduction in risk factors can potentially prevent as many as 1.1 – 3.0 million cases worldwide.4
Cognitive health disorders are increasing at a rapid rate with the number of Australians with dementia predicted to more than double by the year 20581
- In 2021 it is estimated between 386,200 and 472,000 Australians are living with dementia1
- 2 in 3 people with dementia are thought to be living in the community1
- Dementia is the second leading cause of death of Australians2
- The prevalence of dementia is projected to reach 900,000 by 2050 – three quarters of a million Australians!4
While we cannot change getting older, genetics or family history, scientific research suggests that changing certain health and lifestyle habits reduce or delay risk of developing cognitive health conditions.
Curious as to what’s causing this rapid rise? Want to be a proactive force in changing these shocking statistics?
Join leading NEM experts in this evidence-informed specialty area of cognitive health. This on-demand learning module releasing on 25th August 2022 explores how to adopt a preventive approach to reducing the long-term impact of cognitive disorders.
Get first-hand clinical experience and knowledge on the hidden drivers of dementia including diet, nutrition, immune regulation, neuroinflammation and the human microbiome.3
Become an industry expert on:
- How to conduct a dementia prevention risk assessment
- How to interpret pathology testing and other investigations
- Protocol and prescribing explanations
- Clinical insights for improved clinical outcomes
- downloadable PDF of presenter’s slides, clinical handouts, and support materials
- evidence-based research summary including links to referenced research papers
- Case study discussion and clinical gems from leading cognitive health experts
PLUS a live Q&A session with the speakers will be held on the 29th September 2022.
- Evaluate treatment strategies for early cognitive conditions
- Evaluate treatment strategies for complex cognitive conditions
- Summarise evidence-based lifestyle interventions that can assist in the management of symptoms associated with cognitive conditions
- Design a comprehensive management plan using diet, nutrition, immune regulation, neuroinflammation and the human microbiome
Act now and register today!
1Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. (2021). Dementia in Australia. Retrieved from https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/dementia/dementia-in-aus
2Australian Bureau of Statistics (2020) Causes of Death, Australia, 2019 (cat. No. 3303.0)
3Bettcher, B.M., Tansey, M.G., Dorothée, G. et al. Peripheral and central immune system crosstalk in Alzheimer disease — a research prospectus. Nat Rev Neurol 17, 689–701 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41582-021-00549-x
4Australian National University Alzheimer’s disease and dementia Facts and Figures. Retrieved 21/02/22 from https://anuadri.anu.edu.au/alzheimer-s-disease-facts-figures.html
25th, August 2022