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3NDWG - Dementia Activism in BAME Communities Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Mike Clarke (Alzheimer’s Society EDI Manager) - Backup
34:08
Hi everyone, welcome
Duncan Jones
34:32
Good morning all. I’m very much looking forward to this.
Alison Locke
34:56
Good morning all
Keith Oliver
36:54
Thank you everyone for being on the webinar. Sadly I will need to leave shortly as I have a hospital appointment at 11:45. I wish you all well
Susan Collins
40:04
Good morning everyone, Found question 5 in the poll tricky! As now, a good mix would be my choice!
Susan Collins
40:51
Because we can learn from all three!
Jean Hart
52:28
I am an ex-carer of my Dad who lived with dementia. The painful experience has made become an activist! It is 10 years since my Dad died and Masood is very important to me to learn and update me about the issues. I love the DEEP for that!
Duncan Jones
56:05
Always great to hear from MAQ.
Duncan Jones
01:00:02
University of Worcester is doing some great dementia work as well
Prasad M Gopal
01:00:37
yes.. Worcester is doing absolutely fine works.. I follow their work
Research Enquiries
01:03:38
www.3ndementiawg.org
Duncan Jones
01:28:06
What an interesting and stimulating conversation!
julie fulea
01:28:09
what a powerhouse connection that would be Maq and Roy!
julie fulea
01:29:01
Thank you all for a fantastic hour together. Really motivating.
Susan Collins
01:31:03
Another inspirational webinar! Thank you.
Research Enquiries
01:31:50
3NDWG@alzheimers.org.uk
Alison Locke
01:32:02
Excellent, thank you very much everybody