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Dementia Care Summit Series Virtual Meeting: Detailed Agendas

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Summit Series Virtual Meeting 1

Friday, July 10, 2020
1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time

1:30     Welcome and Summit Series Purpose

Speakers: Jennifer Wolff and David Reuben

1:40     Setting the Stage – Perspectives

Speakers: Richard Hodes, Lonni Schicker, Katie Brandt, and Arne Owens

2:00     Progress Since 2017 Summit

Speaker: Laura Gitlin

Impact of Dementia (Theme 1)

2:10     Introduction

Speakers: María Aranda and Ian Kremer

2:15     Research Presentation 1: Population trends of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias

Speaker: Rachel Whitmer

2:25     Research Presentation 2: Disparities in health, services, and interventions for PWD and family caregivers: Evidence and future directions

Speaker: Ladson Hinton

2:35     Research Presentation 3: Economic impact of Alzheimer’s disease and value of delaying onset for individuals, caregivers, and society

Speaker: Julie Zissimopoulos

2:45     Theme Co-Chairs Present Gaps and Opportunities

2:50     Panelist Perspectives on Gaps and Opportunities

Panelists: Laura Trejo, Cynthia Huling Hummel

3:00     Moderated Q&A and Discussion

3:15     BREAK

Participation of Persons with Dementia and their Caregivers in Research (Theme 4)

3:25     Introduction

Speakers: Lori Frank and Jason Karlawish

3:30     Research Presentation 1: Reporters, data sources, and outcomes

Speaker: Lee Jennings

3:40     Research Presentation 2: Nomenclature: Challenges, issues, and a plan

Speaker: Ron Petersen

3:50     Research Presentation 3: PLWD and caregiver research engagement

Speaker: Tabassum Majid

3:55     Theme Co-Chairs Present Gaps and Opportunities

4:00     Panelist Perspectives on Gaps and Opportunities

Panelists: Andrea Gilmore-BykovskyiLonni Schicker

4:10     Moderated Q&A and Discussion

4:25     Closing Remarks

Speakers: Jennifer Wolff and David Reuben

4:30     Adjourn

Summit Series Virtual Meeting 2

Tuesday, July 21, 2020
1:00 to 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time

1:00     Welcome and Opening Remarks

Speakers: Jennifer Wolff and David Reuben

Services and Supports in Medical Care Settings for Persons with Dementia (Theme 3)

1:05     Introduction

Speakers: Susan Beane and Chris Callahan

1:10     Research Presentation 1: Providing high-quality care in medical care settings

Speaker: Josh Chodosh

1:20     Research Presentation 2: Care of persons living with dementia and with multiple chronic conditions

Speaker: Cynthia Boyd

1:30     Research Presentation 3: Financing the care of persons living with dementia Speaker: Norma Coe

1:40     Theme Co-Chairs Present Gaps and Opportunities

1:45     Panelist Perspectives on Gaps and Opportunities

Panelists: Shari Ling, George Hennawi

2:00     Moderated Q&A and Discussion

2:15     BREAK

Long-Term Services and Supports in Home, Community, and Residential Care Settings for Persons with Dementia and their Caregivers (Theme 2)

2:25     Introduction

Speakers: Sheryl Zimmerman and Robyn Stone

2:30     Research Presentation 1: Evidence-based person-centered practices for PLWD and their caregivers: What do we know, where to next?

Speaker: Kimberly Van Haitsma

2:40     Research Presentation 2: Understanding the long-term care workforce in a new way

Speaker: Joanne Spetz

2:50     Research Presentation 3: Organization and financing of long-term supports and services for persons living with dementia

Speaker: David Stevenson

3:00     Theme Co-Chairs Present Gaps and Opportunities

3:05     Panelist Perspectives on Gaps and Opportunities

Panelists: Alice Bonner, Laurie Scherrer

3:15     Moderated Q&A and Discussion

3:30     BREAK

Integration: The Present and Future of Integrated Long-Term and Medical Care

3:40     Introduction

Speakers: Robyn Stone and Chris Callahan

 3:45     Research Presentation 1: Building the Case for Integrating LTSS and Medical Care and their Financing for Persons Living with Dementia and their Families

Speaker: Kerry Branick

3:55     Research Presentation 2: Signals on Successful Approaches to Integrating LTSS and Medical Care for Persons Living with Dementia

Speaker: Bruce Leff

4:05     Theme Co-Chairs Present Gaps and Opportunities

4:10     Moderated Q&A and Discussion

4:25     Closing Remarks

Speakers: Jennifer Wolff and David Reuben

4:30     Adjourn

Summit Series Virtual Meeting 3

Thursday, August 13, 2020
1:30 to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time

1:30     Welcome and Opening Remarks

Speakers: Jennifer Wolff and David Reuben

Emerging Topics

1:35     Presentation 1: Emotional functioning in persons living with dementia and their care partners

Speaker: Joan Monin

1:45     Presentation 2: Technological reserve in persons with dementia: The promises and pitfalls of smart systems for health, well-being, and independence

Speaker: Jared Benge

1:55     Presentation 3: Implications of identification at preclinical stages of dementia

Speaker: Christine Cassel

2:05     Panelist Perspectives on Gaps and Opportunities

Panelists: Michael R. Belleville, Venoreen Browne-Boatswain

2:15     Moderated Q&A and Discussion

2:30     BREAK 

Intervention Research, Implementation, and Dissemination (Theme 5)

2:40     Introduction

Speakers: Malaz Boustani, Michael Monson

2:45     Research Presentation 1: Developing and disseminating evidence-based care models

Speaker: Jürgen Unützer

2:55     Research Presentation 2: Current challenges in implementation science, and implications for improving the care of persons living with dementia

Speaker: Luci Leykum

3:05     Research Presentation 3: Learning health systems

Speaker: Elizabeth McGlynn

3:15     Theme Co-Chairs Present Gaps and Opportunities

3:20     Discussant: Lisa Onken

3:25     Moderated Q&A and Discussion

3:40     BREAK

Research Resources, Methods, and Data Infrastructure (Theme 6)

3:50     Introduction

Speakers: Vincent Mor and Joanne Pike

3:55     Research Presentation 1: Identification of people living with dementia for population and health care research

Speaker: Julie Bynum

 4:05     Research Presentation 2: System level research: Pragmatic clinical trials in dementia

Speaker: Thomas Travison

4:15     Research Presentation 3: Consent for research involving persons with dementia: Ethical considerations

Speaker: David Wendler

4:25     Theme Co-Chairs Present Gaps and Opportunities

4:30     Panelist Perspectives on Gaps and Opportunities

Panelists: Joe Chung, Maggi Miller, Craig Thomas

4:40     Moderated Q&A and Discussion

4:55     Closing Remarks

Speakers: David Reuben and Jennifer Wolff

5:00     Adjourn