Cambridge Dementia Course

9-11 December 2015, Homerton College, Cambridge UK

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What is the Cambridge Dementia Course?

The Cambridge Dementia Course, held in Cambridge UK, is designed to give an understanding of the diagnosis and management of patients with dementia and covers Alzheimer's Disease, Frontotemporal Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, Prion Disease and rarer forms of Dementia.

Who is the course for?

The Cambridge Dementia Course is aimed at specialist registrars and newly appointed consultants in Care of the Elderly Psychiatry, Neurology, Psychiatry, Neuropsychology and Care of the Elderly Medicine but other professionals are welcome to apply.

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When and Where is the Cambridge Dementia Course?

The 10th Cambridge Dementia Course will be held on 9th to 11th December 2015 at Homerton College, Cambridge (UK).


The course is three days. The first day covers more basic subjects such as history taking and short cognitive tests. Days 2 and 3 are more advanced. Places can be booked for day 1 only, days 2 & 3 only, or for the full three day course.

Bookings are only accepted from the June before the course. Approximately 80 places are available, and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Teaching at the Cambridge Dementia Course

The teaching is a mixture of lectures, workshops and video sessions, covering subjects such as history taking, examination, bedside cognitive testing, formal cognitive testing and investigations. There will also be specific sessions covering Alzheimer's disease, frontotemporal dementia, dementia with Lewy Bodies and rare forms of dementia.

Paston Brown lecture theatre See 2014 course programme as a guide for the content of the 2015 course


The course is run by Dr Jeremy Brown and Dr Andrew Graham, Consultants in the Memory Clinic at Addenbrooke's Hospital. As in previous successful courses the course will be taught mainly by consultants in the Cambridge memory clinic, with Professor Hodges and other invited speakers. A number of adjustments have been made accommodating feedback from the last courses.