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World Alzheimer Report 2014: Dementia and Risk Reduction
The World Alzheimer Report 2014, Dementia and Risk Reduction: An analysis of protective and modifiable factors critically examines the evidence for the existence of modifiable risk factors for dementia.
It focuses on sets of potential modifiable risk factors in four key domains: developmental, psychological and psychosocial, lifestyle and cardiovascular conditions. The report makes recommendations to drive public health campaigns and disease prevention strategies.
The report which was researched and authored by Prof Martin Prince, Prof Emiliano Albanese, Dr Maëlenn Guerchet and Dr Matthew Prina on behalf of the Global Observatory for Ageing and Dementia Care which is hosted at the Health Service and Population Research Department, King’s College London.
Read the report
- World Alzheimer Report 2014 (PDF 104 pages)
- World Alzheimer Report 2014 - Executive Summary (PDF, 26 pages)
- World Alzheimer Report 2014 - Summary Sheet (PDF 2 pages)
- Video highlights of the launch event - English (YouTube)
- Video highlights of the launch event - Spanish (YouTube)
- Key messages - English (PDF)
- Key messages - Spanish (PDF)
- Media release - English
- Media release - Spanish (PDF)
The report was funded by Bupa, for which we are very grateful.