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Developing a Patient-Centered Approach to Research: Introduction to Community Leaders Working on Brain Health and Dementia in the District

GW UNIVERSITY SEMINAR SERIES Session 3
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When: 
Tuesday, March 31, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Where: 

Milken Institute School of Public Health
First Floor Convening Center
950 New Hampshire Ave, NW

Jehan (Gigi) El-Bayoumi, MD, FACP, Director of the Rodham Institute, Laura Newland, JD, Director of the DC Department of Aging and Community Living, & Katie Garber, MSW, LCSW-C, LICSW, Director of Volunteer and Care Services at Capitol Hill VillageSustained and meaningful engagement of the community – patients, family members, caregivers, advocates, clinicians, and healthcare providers – is vital throughout the research process to the long-term success of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD) research.

This session will bring together community leaders in a conversation with attendees to identify areas where more research is needed to drive program development or policy change to improve the lives of those living with ADRD in the District.

A light lunch will be provided. The agenda will include time for networking and sharing with your fellow researchers. We look forward to your participation!

Speakers: Jehan (Gigi) El-Bayoumi, MD, FACP, Director of the Rodham Institute, Laura Newland, JD, Director of the DC Department of Aging and Community Living, & Katie Garber, MSW, LCSW-C, LICSW, Director of Volunteer and Care Services at Capitol Hill Village.

Moderator: Christina Prather, MD Clinical Director, Institute of Neurocognition and Dementia in Aging (INDA)

Registration is not required to attend this event. However, we ask that you kindly RSVP so that we will have an accurate head-count for lunch.

This is the third of a four-part GW University Seminar Series entitled, "Developing a Patient-Centered Approach to Research in Adult Cognitive Health and Dementia co-sponsored by the Institute of Neurocognition and Dementia in Aging and the GW Center for Aging, Health and Humanities.">/p>