World Alzheimer's Day is an international campaign organised by Alzheimer's Disease International to raise awareness and highlight issues faced by people affected by dementia. It takes place every year on September 21st and is the focus of World Alzheimer's Month.
Dementia is one of the biggest challenges we face, with nearly 50 million people living with dementia worldwide. Yet 2 out of every 3 people globally believe there is little or no understanding of dementia in their countries.The impact of World Alzheimer's Month is growing, but the stigmatisation and misinformation that surrounds dementia remains a global problem. To tackle this challenge, we need to collaborate and share best practice with one another.
In support of this year’s theme – ‘Let’s talk about dementia’ - Elsevier presents a curated, open access collection of 25 journal articles and book chapters focused on challenging the fear and stigma associated with dementia.
Together, we can help people live well with dementia.
Physical Activity and the Aging Brain, Effects of Exercise on Neurological Function, 2017, Pages 141-150
Environmental Psychology and Human Well-Being, Effects of Built and Natural Settings, 2018, Pages 365-386
Genetics, Neurology, Behavior, and Diet in Dementia, The Neuroscience of Dementia, Volume 2, 2020, Pages 633-645
Better Living with Dementia, Implications for Individuals, Families, Communities, and Societies, 2018, Pages 247-264
EEG-Based Diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease, A Review and Novel Approaches for Feature Extraction and Classification Techniques, 2018, Pages 61-71
Evidence-Informed Approaches for Managing Dementia Transitions, Riding the Waves, 2020, Pages 235-256