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演者が使用したスライド資料と映像(初日)Presentation Files and Movie(Day1)

Welcome Addresses  
Koji Miura 

(Director General, Health and Welfare Bureau for the Elderly, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)

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Kenji Toba

(President, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan)

 

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Kiyoshi Kurokawa

(World Dementia Council)

 

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Yoshitake Yokokura

(President, Japan Medical Association)

 

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Shekhar Saxena

(Director, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse,World Health Organization)

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Tomofumi Yamamoto

(Journalist, Shukan Asahi Weekly Magazine)

 

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Session-0
The Challenges of Dementia : From  Participating Countries 

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(10:00~11:30) Auditorium
Overview the policies and systems for persons with dementia related to care and prevention in participating countries, to nurture a common ground of understanding among participants.
[Chairperson]
Kenji Toba
(National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan)  
[Chairperson]
Christian Berringer
(Federal Ministry of Health, Germany) PDF:98KB
Charles Alessi (Public Health England, UK) PDF:1.16MB
Yves Joanette (Institute of Aging, CIHR & University of Montreal, Canada) PDF:1.26MB
Etienne Hirsch (French Institute Neurosciences, Cognitive sciences,Neurology and Psychiatry, France) PDF:889KB
Kenneth Earhart (US Department of Health and Human Services, USA) PDF:636KB
Teresa Di Fiandra  (Ministry of Health, Italy) PDF:571KB
Jürgen Scheftlein (European Commission) PDF:61KB
Tadayuki Mizutani (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan) PDF:1.67MB

Session-1
Dementia Prevention and Care: Providing Timely and Appropriate Support 

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(13:00~15:00) Auditorium
Explore new models of prevention and care throughout the course of the illness —from early diagnosis to initial response and prevention, and from post-diagnostic support to end of life care—to provide optimized, better coordinated intervention and support.
[Chairperson]
Kazuo Hasegawa
(Tokyo Dementia Care Research and Training Center, Japan)  
[Chairperson]
Yves Joanette
(Institute of Aging, CIHR & University of Montreal, Canada)  
Haruyasu Yamaguchi (Gunma University, Japan) PDF:2.3MB
Jiro Okochi (Japan Association of Geriatric Health Services Facilities, Japan) PDF:1.18MB
Manabu Ikeda (Kumamoto University, Japan) PDF:1.27MB
Charles Alessi (Public Health England, UK) PDF:340KB
Howard Bergman (McGill University, Canada) PDF:383KB
Florence Pasquier (University of Lille and Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Lille, France) PDF:770B
Peter Whitehouse (Case Western Reserve University and University of Toronto, USA) PDF:9.3MB
Francesca Colombo (OECD)  

Session-2
Scientific Aspects of Dementia Prevention and Care   

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(13:00~15:00) Sky Studio
Advance initiatives to ensure objectivity in the field of dementia prevention and care, which has traditionally relied heavily on experience. Share the latest scientific knowledge culled from empirical studies on dementia prevention and care around the world; gather suggestions for possible policy activities and directions for future research.
[Chairperson] Takao Suzuki (National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology)  
[Chairperson] Martin Prince (King's College London) PDF:837KB
Vladimir Hachinski (University of Western Ontario) PDF:947KB
Piu Chan (Xuanwu Hospital of Capital Medical University) PDF:1.36MB
Katsuhiko Yanagisawa (National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology) PDF:1.3MB
Liang-Kung Chen (Taipei Veterans General Hospital) PDF:2.2MB
Hiroyuki Shimada (National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology) PDF:2.14MB
Dawn Brooker (University of Worcester) PDF:9.3MB
Graham Stokes (Bupa) PDF:510KB
Hiroaki Kazui (Osaka University) PDF:2.2MB

Session-3
Living Well with Dementia in the Community  

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(15:30~17:30) Auditorium
Share information of progressive approaches from across the globe, designed to enable persons with dementia to continue living in the community.
Seek for the possibility to reflect the fruits of those inspiring efforts to the specific and effective measures.
[Chairperson]
Koichi Kozaki
(Kyorin University, Japan)  
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Cyndy Cordell
(Alzheimer’s Association, USA) PDF:169KB
Jean Georges (Alzheimer Europe) PDF:467KB
Shuichi Awata (Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology, Japan) PDF:225KB
Annette Pauly (Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, Germany) PDF:134KB
Jeremy Hughes (Alzheimer’s Society, UK) PDF:488KB
Kunio Takami (Alzheimer’s Association Japan) PDF:1.42MB
Ki Woong Kim (National Institute of Dementia, S.Korea) PDF:2.98MB
Kumiko Utsumi (Sunagawa Medical Center, Japan) PDF:1.23MB
Rumiko Otani (Omuta-city Dementia Care Society, Japan ) PDF:4.4MB

Session-4
Enhance Awareness and Education in the Society      

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(15:30~17:30) Sky Studio
Investigate the possibilities of a variety of initiatives to change public attitude through public awareness. Public awareness campaigns are necessary to prevent stigmas against dementia.
Knowledge of and technology for the diagnosis, prevention, and care of dementia must be well understood by nursing and health care officials. Knowledge shared by a small group of experts should be shared with a broader range of interested parties. Moreover, nations that are dealing with aging societies need to share their knowledge and experience with those nations that will be facing issues concerning dementia.
[Chairperson]
Akira Homma
(Tokyo Dementia Care Research and Training Center, Japan)  
[Chairperson]
Marc Wortmann
(Alzheimer’s Disease International)  
Gillian Ayling (Department of Health, UK ) PDF:1.87MB
Sabine Jansen (German Alzheimer Association) PDF:774KB
Michael Splaine (ADI. / Splaine Consulting and Cognitive Solutions, LLC) PDF:498KB
Tasanee Tantirittisak (Prasat Neurological Institute,Thailand) PDF:2.23MB
Kunio Nitta (Medical Corporation Tsukushikai, Japan) PDF:1.71MB
Noriko Saito (Japanese Nursing Association) PDF:326KB
Kumiko Nagata (Tokyo Dementia Care Research and Training Center, Japan) PDF:990KB
Hidetoshi Endo (National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan) PDF:1.0MB
OECD :
“Reviews of Health Care Quality: JAPAN”  
(10:00~11:45) Collaboration Room 1+2
The OECD is conducting a series of reviews of health care quality and related policies in a dozen of OECD countries, including Japan. Following a presentation of  key findings by the OECD, panelists will discuss the current situation and the future challenges of the Japanese health care system. The full OECD Review of Health Care Quality of Japan will be published in the coming months.
[Welcome] Mitsuhiro Ushio (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan)
[Introduction] Mark Pearson  (OECD)
[Presentation]
Francesca Colombo 
(OECD)
[Moderator] Toshiro Kumakawa (National Institute of Public Health, Japan)
Satoshi Imamura  (Japan Medical Association)
Tsuguya Fukui (President, St. Luke’s International Hospital)
Shinya Matsuda (Professor, University of Occupational and Environmental Health)
Yuichi Imanaka (Professor, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine)
ToshihikoTakeda (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan)
Yasumasa Fukushima (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan)
[Closing] Tomoyuki Ozuru (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan)

 

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