Cambridge Dementia Course

6-8 December 2017, Homerton College, Cambridge UK

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Book a place on the Cambridge Dementia Course

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.

To reserve your place, please send a cheque and completed Application Form (see below) to the address at the bottom of the form after the opening date for applications.

Please note: Applications for the Cambridge Dementia Course have now closed. The next course will be in 2018.

Booking Options

Day 1 only - basic subjects

or

Days 2 & 3 only - more advanced subjects

or

Days 1, 2 & 3 - full course

 

Fees

Fees for the 2017 course remain the same as in 2016:

Day 1: £170

Days 2 & 3: £340

Full course: £500

 

Please note: Lunches/coffees/teas are included in the fees, but overnight accommodation needs to be booked separately, see below.

 

Accommodation & Other Meals

Overnight accommodation at Homerton College (single ensuite room) is available at £83.94 per night including breakfast and VAT and is bookable direct with Homerton College. Please note rooms must be booked on-line at least 48 hours in advance of arrival date. Rooms are also available for the night before the course.

 

Evening meals will be payable separately. Bookings will be taken later.

Application Form

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Please print the form and send it along with the course fee to the address at the bottom of the form.

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Extract from a review in the ACNR

This course was certainly a comprehensive review of the clinical assessment and management of patients with dementia and it succeeded in linking together the underlying pathology, neuroimaging and neuropsychology. I feel this course was both fascinating and relevant. I would certainly recommend it as one of the must attend courses for neurology trainees.