The UK Dementia Congress, the most well-loved annual dementia-focused event in the UK and the whole of Europe, took place for the 13th year in the vibrant seaside town of Brighton from 6th-8th November. Over the last 13 years the UK Dementia Congress, organised by the Journal of Dementia Care, has built a reputation as the single event which those working in dementia care do not want to miss.
This year, we offered a unique mix of inspirational plenary sessions, parallel sessions. We featured an open debate, interactive workshops, symposia and poster presentations, early bird and special interest sessions. All of this, as well as our exhibition and superb networking opportunities including two drinks receptions, was open to all.
Every year, UKDC brings together the latest ideas and innovations as well as providing a multidisciplinary forum for professionals, experts and people living with dementia to learn, network and share ideas and experiences within an exciting and positive environment.
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