DISTINCT: "Dementia: Intersectorial Strategy for Training and Innovation Network for Current Technology" supports fifteen Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) across Europe, who are carrying out research projects aiming to improve the lives of people with dementia and their carers through technology.

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The first publication of my PhD is out!🎉This protocol paper gives an overview of how we'll develop a Best Practice Guidance on online peer support for people with Young Onset #dementia.

@DTdementia @InstituteMH @UoNresearch

You can find the paper here: https://t.co/xDhdHmFvQm
The amazing story of Tomofumi Tanno, diagnosed with #dementia at 39 in Japan. Respect. I first heard Tomo speak in Kyoto. Is story is so impactful. Thanks for bringing it to Europe @DementiaAllianc @3NDWG @rochfordbrennan @KateSwaffer @emilyong67 @AlzDisInt #ADI2022 https://t.co/rEvjW97uks DTdementia photo
Now hearing about the barriers and enablers of #Dementia diagnosis and treatment to a packed audience at #ADI2022 - so important to focus on the many #inequities in access to care too many ppl with dementia & carers are facing @ADIConference https://t.co/KCFZBgHz9k DTdementia photo
Meera Pattabiraman of @ardsi & @STRiDE_IND shares findings on barriers to dementia diagnosis and the consequences of not knowing from India and the other 6 @STRiDEDementia countries #ADI2022 @MeeraPattabira1 https://t.co/r8vjubhfRR DTdementia photo
Excited to present my first poster at #ADI2022 today. Please come and say hi and learn about the PRIDE-app 🧠 https://t.co/qslEcSC1Ju DTdementia photo
Feeling excited and grateful to present at #ADI2022 in London this year!

Please come find me at the poster exhibition today between 12:30-14:00 where I’ll share my research on Young Onset #dementia and (online) peer support😊

@DTdementia @InstituteMH https://t.co/GIB92lBX2L
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020, Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions – Innovative Training Network (under grant agreement no. 813196)

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