Welcome to the first in a series of online panel discussions hosted by the Critical Dementia Network (CDN). Following two workshops in Stockholm and Edinburgh our activities have now moved online. In this session, our Canadian panel – Dr Alisa Grigorovich, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Dr Pia Kontos, University of Toronto, Dr Annette Leibing, University of Montreal, Dr Wendy Hulko, Thomson Rivers University and Dr Sally Chivers, Trent University – discuss critical perspectives on COVID-19 and dementia.
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We would like to say a big thank you to our panel members for such thought-provoking and critical reflections on the current pandemic and its implications for dementia policy, practice and research.
Our next panel session will be advertised to CDN members after the summer.
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Critical perspectives on COVID-19 and dementia
Dr Alisa Grigorovich, Dr Pia Kontos, Dr Annette Leibing, Dr Wendy Hulko and Dr Sally Chivers discuss critical perspectives on COVID-19 and dementia.