Abstract submission is now closed.
We will not be accepting any further abstract submissions. If you submitted an abstract and have not yet confirmed your attendance, please log into your account and do so at your earliest convenience. The link to access your account can be found in your initial emails but should you have any problems locating this, please contact Katie Bingham at [email protected]
- Awareness and stigma
- Carer support and training
- Dementia friendly communities
- Dementia policies and public policy initiatives
- Diagnosis and imaging
- Diverse populations – inclusion and equality
- Education and training of the workforce
- End of life care
- Engaging people living with dementia and care partners
- Environment and technology
- Mild cognitive impairment (MCI)
- Models of care
- Prevention (risk reduction and risk factors)
- Psychosocial interventions
- Rights of people with dementia
- Technology, innovation and entrepreneurship
- Treatments and clinical trials
- Well-being and quality of life
- Younger onset dementia
Presentation of abstracts
- Abstracts can be accepted either as a poster, or oral presentation.
- If your abstract is accepted as a poster, you will be requested to be available for discussion during the corresponding moderated poster viewing session. Please use letters large enough to be read from a distance of 1.5 meters (4.9 feet). Your poster will need to be 44 inches high by 45 inches wide. We will provide push pins to secure your posters to the board. Delivery details will be confirmed nearer the time.
- Oral presentations will be advised of presentation date and length of presentation once abstract has been accepted.
- Full presentation guidelines will be included in the acceptance letter and posted on the conference website.
Abstracts received after the deadline will not be accepted.
- Presenting author: person who will physically present the abstract at the conference and who is marked as the presenter in the program
- Author(s): person or persons who wrote the abstract
It is important to ADI that presenters use appropriate language and we would encourage all those submitting an abstract to look at the language guidelines created by Dementia Australia in collaboration with people living with dementia. They are to be used when writing your abstract and presenting at ADI conferences, as well as other conferences. It is important that you as presenters follow these guidelines in your abstract submissions, and if successful, in your oral or poster presentations.
The following points highlight preferred terms next to the terms we advise submitters not to use:
- Dementia/a form or type of dementia/symptoms of dementia – not Dementing illness, Senile dementia
- Person living with dementia, diagnosed with dementia – not Sufferer, Victim, Demented person, Patient (unless in a specific medical context)
- Younger onset dementia – not Early onset dementia
All abstracts must be written in English using the Roman alphabet.
All abstracts accepted for presentation (oral or poster) will be published in the official abstract book of the conference.