Life Course Brain Health Training & Education–Global & European Perspectives
Education and training are at the heart of a public health approach to brain health, and a key means of translating the medical and scientific understanding of brain health into action.
At a European level, there are moves to better coordinate brain research, healthcare planning, and implementation of brain research evidence into practice. All of these initiatives point to the growing importance of taking a brain health informed approach across the life course.
This webinar, hosted by the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI), aims to begin to build the connections, consensus and actions that will move the important field of brain health training and education forward. The session will feature examples of brain health training across different dimensions and disciplines from across the globe, and a panel discussion involving European and international experts.
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Ian Robertson, Co-Director GBHI—Event Chair
Paweł Świeboda, Human Brain Project Director General and EBRAINS CEO
Brain Health Training Initiatives
- Brian Lawlor, GBHI Deputy Executive Director—The Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health Program
- Neil Fullerton, Project and Communications Lead, Brain Health Scotland—Sport and Exercise for Brain Health MOOC
Agustin Ibanez, Director, Latin American Brain Health Institute & Atlantic Fellow, GBHI—Latin American Brain Health Course
Paul Verschure, Professor of Neuroengineering, Donders Centre of Neuroscience, Radboud University
- Eleonore Bayen, Professor of Medicine at Sorbonne University, Director of the Neuro-Rehabilitation Department of Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital in Paris (APHP) & Atlantic Fellow, GBHI—‘My Brain Robbie’ and Brain Health Schools Program
- Cinzia Alcidi, Director of Research, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
- Paweł Świeboda, Human Brain Project Director General and EBRAINS CEO
- Laura O'Philbin, Research & Policy Manager, The Alzheimer Society of Ireland
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