In 2021 it was estimated that there are 44 million people globally and between 386,200 and 472,000 Australians, currently living with dementia. These numbers are expected to double over the next 20 years. This has created a significant personal and health-care burden with an estimated 1.6 million people currently involved in dementia care in Australia.
Alzheimer’s disease has increasingly been considered a multifactorial disease resulting from a complex interaction between genetics and epigenetic environmental factors.
There are over 100 diseases that can cause Alzheimer’s Disease, which is usually described according to the symptoms it causes and the underlying pathology.
Find out all you need to know about Alzheimer’s Disease including pathogenesis and its influence on chronic illness.
This presentation includes exciting new research proposing a new transgenerational Evolutionary Model of the Pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Develop clinical understanding of how to reduce the long-term impact of this growing health crisis through integrative and environmental health interventions.
Join Dr Jim Parker, BMED, BSc, DRANZCOG, FRANZCOG and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer University of Wollongong in discovering a unified model for the role of lifestyle factors in the pathogenesis, prevention and management of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Find out why:
- Dementia is expected to double over the next 20 years
- How dementia can be supported by adopting a holistic approach to health
This webinar is part of acnem’s Cognitive Decline learning module set for release and available on demand on 25 August 2022.
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13th, July 2022
Dr Jim Parker
BMed, BSc, DRANZCOG, FRANZCOG
BMed, BSc, DRANZCOG, FRANZCOG Obstetrician, Gynaecologist and Endoscopic Surgeon Honorary Senior Clinical Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia Dr Parker started his academic career with 3 years of preclinical training in Chiropractic at the Sydney College of Chiropractic in the 1978. He completed a Bachelor of…View More