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Suggested citations

World Alzheimer Reports

Alzheimer’s Disease International. World Alzheimer Report 2019: Attitudes to dementia. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2019.

Patterson C. World Alzheimer Report 2018 - The state of the art of dementia research: New frontiers. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2018.

Prince MJ, Comas-Herrera A, Knapp M, Guerchet MM, Karagiannidou M. World Alzheimer Report 2016: Improving healthcare for people living with dementia - Coverage, quality and costs now and in the future. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2016.

Prince MJ, Wimo A, Guerchet MM, Ali G-C, Wu Y-T, Prina AM, Alzheimer’s Disease International. World Alzheimer Report 2015: The Global Impact of Dementia: An Analysis of Prevalence, Incidence, Cost and Trends. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2015.

Prince MJ, Albanese E, Guerchet MM, Prina AM. World Alzheimer Report 2014. Dementia and Risk Reduction. An analysis of Protective and Modifiable Risk Factors. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2014.

Prince MJ, Prina AM, Guerchet MM. World Alzheimer Report 2013. Journey of Caring. An analysis of long-term care for dementia. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2013.

Batsch NL, Mittelman MS, Alzheimer’s Disease International. World Alzheimer Report 2012: Overcoming the stigma of dementia. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2012.

Prince MJ, Bryce R, Ferri CP. World Alzheimer Report 2011: The benefits of early diagnosis and intervention. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2011.

Wimo A, Prince MJ. World Alzheimer Report 2010: The Global Economic Impact of Dementia. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2010.

Alzheimer’s Disease International. World Alzheimer Report 2009: The Global Prevalence of Dementia. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2009.

Other reports

Wimo A, Gauthier S, Prince MJ, Alzheimer’s Disease International. Global estimates of informal care. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2018.

Alzheimer’s Disease International. From plan to impact: Progress towards targets of the Global action plan on dementia. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2018.

Guerchet MM, Mayston R, Lloyd-Sherlock P, Prince MJ, Aboderin IA, Akinyemi RO, Paddick SM, Wimo A, Amoakoh-Coleman M, Uwakwe R, Ezeah P, Alzheimer’s Disease International. Dementia in sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and opportunities. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2017.

Erol R, Brooker D, Peel E. Women and Dementia: A global research review. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2015.

Prince MJ, Albanese E, Guerchet MM, Prina AM. Nutrition and dementia: A review of available research. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2014.

Prince MJ, Guerchet MM, Prina AM, Alzheimer’s Disease International. Policy Brief for Heads of Government: The Global Impact of Dementia 2013–2050. London: Alzheimer’s Disease International; 2013.

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