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International Lewy Body
Dementia Conference 2022


Over the last decade there have been regular global conferences focused on Lewy body dementia, most recently in Las Vegas in 2019. We are delighted that the UK will host the next conference, which will take place in Newcastle upon Tyne from 15-17 June 2022. You can view the conference website here.

As home to some of the world’s leading experts in LBD who are based at Newcastle University, and a beautiful city to showcase UK hospitality, we can’t think of a better place to welcome the global LBD community.

The conference brings together researchers, academics and medical professionals to discuss the latest developments in Lewy body dementia research and care. It is important that the voices and experiences of people living with dementia and carers are also heard, and we look forward to welcoming many of our supporters to Newcastle and helping you to participate.

The Lewy Body Society is supporting the conference and we are coordinating ‘Living with Lewy’, a section of the conference designed specifically for people living with dementia and carers. There will also be a joint session with the scientific strand to discuss the latest developments together, and a number of social events in and around the conference. This page will contain all the latest information as it becomes available, and you can also sign up to our mailing list so that you don’t miss any announcements.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Registration is now open for anyone wishing to attend the conference. If you are a researcher wishing to attend the scientific stand, please click…

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I’M A CARER OR PERSON LIVING WITH DEMENTIA – WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?

The International Lewy Body Dementia Conference 2022 will be a large global conference and is an extremely important event for scientists, researchers and professionals who are…

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Conference programme now available

You can now view the programme for the Living with Lewy conference, which features people living with dementia, carers, and experts from research and practice…

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