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Pharmacological approaches to management of neuropsychiatric behaviours in dementia

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Where: Online Cost: Free

These Rounds are open to all health professionals and students and provide a learning forum to review leading practices in the assessment and supportive management of challenging responsive behaviours in individuals living with dementia. The purpose is to offer practical approaches to support the work of front-line healthcare providers in caring for persons with responsive behaviours.

This webinar is being presented by: Dr. Morris Freedman MD FRCPC. Dr. Morris FreedmanHis research is aimed at improving the understanding of the mechanisms underlying cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s Disease and frontotemporal dementia. A major focus is on the study of social cognition in these disorders and on the development of cognitive assessment procedures in dementia.

The learning objectives for this webinar are to understand the pharmacological approaches to management of neuropsychiatric behaviours in dementia.

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