InnoHealth Satellite Event #1: Alzheimer’s Disease & Maintaining Mental Health in the Digital Age

Tuesday 9 April 2024 | 18:00 - 20:00
AGORA Amphitheatre, Future Learning Lab


The management of a chronic disease is perhaps the biggest challenge for health professionals worldwide, who are called upon to deal with various problems of the individual on an organic, psychological and social level. The chronically ill are an essential social group that faces challenges every day.

To what extent, in what way, and with what services and products can technological developments in health contribute to improving the quality of life of this social group?
Do existing technological proposals and health innovations adequately meet the needs of the chronically ill and their carers?

We invite you to InnoHealth Satellite Event #1, where experts will answer these questions and present solutions

The event will begin with a focus on key aspects of Alzheimer’s disease, the role of healthcare facilities in supporting patients and their families, and the presentation of relevant community programs, seminars, and research projects related to dementia and neurodegenerative diseases. This will provide participants with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of these topics. In addition, examples of technological tools, applications, and innovations in healthcare will be presented, which contribute to the improvement of patients and their caregivers.

In the second part of the event, we will address the topic of maintaining mental health in modern times. Reference will be made to the structures, services, and applications that contribute to maintaining mental health, the factors that negatively affect mental health, and the ways in which individuals with mental illness and their families can seek support.

The event is addressed to:

  • Health professionals and businesses
  • Private doctors and pharmacists
  • Students
  • Startupers
  • Patients and families of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other related cognitive disorders.
  • Public and private health care providers