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Thinking globally (part 2)

Thinking globally (part 2)

Craig is joined by friends from the STRiDE Project and Alzheimer’s Disease International to discuss challenges and opportunities for working together to promote action on brain health on a global scale.

PART 2 of 2

Panel members:

Amalia Fonk-Utomo, Deputy Executive Director, Alzheimer’s Indonesia

Ishtar Govia, Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology, Caribbean Institute for Health Research

Rochelle Amour, Research Fellow, STRiDE dementia project

Wendy Weidner, Research and Policy Project Lead, Alzheimer’s Disease International Stride and ADI logos

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