4 August – 8 September 2020 – National
Dementia Australia National Symposium Series 2020
Six webinars over six weeks, with local and international speakers. Free event.
17-20 August 2020 – National
Aged Care Week 2020
Virtual forum, presented by Healthcare Channel. Includes: Aged Care Tech Forum; Aged Care Workforce Forum; Aged Care Property Management Workshop.
11 September – 15 November 2020 – QLD, NSW, VIC
General Practice Conference and Exhibition series
Australia’s leading CPD event for primary care, in Brisbane (11-13 September), Sydney (16-18 October), Melbourne (13-15 November). Includes Active Learning Modules (ALM) supported by Dementia Training Australia: The Timely Diagnosis and Improved Management of Dementia.
21-22 September 2020 – Worldwide
International Dementia Conference: Care In The Age Of Outrage
Streamed live and on demand online interactive conference experience, presented by HammondCare & The Dementia Centre. Includes Q&A sessions and debates with speakers and panels and post-conference access to presentations, publications and resources.
15-16 October 2020 – VIC
National Dementia Conference: Addressing The Critical Issues In Dementia Research, Treatment & Care
Virtual event, presented by Informa. Early bird rate available until 7 August 2020.
10-12 December 2020 – Singapore
Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI): International Conference
Hope In The Age Of Dementia: New Science, New Knowledge, New Solutions
ADI’s conference is one of the largest international conferences on dementia.
4-5 February 2021 – NSW
Better Care Everywhere: Healthcare Variation in Practice
Presented by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, in Sydney.
19-21 May 2021 – VIC
Australian & New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting: Vision For The Future
In Melbourne. Call for Abstracts opens 5 November 2020; early bird registration opens 19 November 2020 and closes 18 March 2021. Features updates on dementia and delirium, the new Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation in Victoria and the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.