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阿尔茨海默氏病国际(ADI),因为我们继续与阿尔茨海默氏症协会在世界范围内,使痴呆症全球健康优先。这些成就支持我们今天的预防,护理和包容的愿景,治愈明天。
国际阿尔茨海默协会-回顾2016
时间:2017-04-10 15:02:40  来源:  作者:

消息来自行政总监马克沃特曼.阿迪执行董事

2016年12月19日 - 2016是另一个忙碌的一年,阿尔茨海默氏病国际(ADI),因为我们继续与阿尔茨海默氏症协会在世界范围内,使痴呆症全球健康优先。这些成就支持我们今天的预防,护理和包容的愿景,治愈明天。我们希望世界卫生组织(WHO)对老年痴呆症的公共卫生反应的全球行动计划将进一步支持这一目标2017。

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今年四月,ADI公司在布达佩斯的第三十一次国际会议上,出席了来自70个国家的一千名代表在一个多元化的计划,包括在痴呆症的科学,研究和护理的最新发展。会议期间还举行了2016个在加勒比地区,拉丁美洲,撒哈拉以南非洲和亚太地区和ADI公司的工作人员参加了许多其他活动,包括第二十六届阿尔茨海默氏病欧洲会议。

ADI公司的新战略计划是在ADI理事会会议上发起的,它也欢迎来自加纳和开曼群岛的新成员协会作为第八十四个和第八十五个阿尔茨海默病协会加入ADI公司。在会议上,ADI公司采用了一种基于权利的方法,在未来的宣传工作,看到我们加强我们的共同努力与合作伙伴痴呆国际联盟(DAI)。

2016五月,世界卫生组织执行委员会投票一致通过对痴呆的公共卫生应对发展全球行动计划的参与支持ADI和12个国家在痴呆的一个成功的一面事件第六十九届世界卫生大会期间,在2016十月,ADI,ADI和伙伴成员提交正式联合应对计划的零草案。全球行动计划将敦促各国政府作出更大的承诺,制定和改善国家痴呆症计划,照顾和支持老年痴呆症患者,包括痴呆症和阿尔茨海默氏症协会的人参与全球。

在过去的一年里,ADI公司还推出了几份出版物,包括关于痴呆症友好社区的两个报告:主要原则和全球例子,以及更新版本的影响公共政策和帮助老年痴呆症患者的护理合作伙伴。

世界阿尔茨海默病报告2016;改善老年痴呆症患者的医疗保健是在世界阿尔茨海默病的一个月推出,呼吁更加重视老年痴呆症的初级保健作为更好的综合和协调服务的一部分,老年痴呆症患者。

在八月,我们欢迎来自世界各地的老年痴呆症协会年度阿尔茨海默大学培训计划在伦敦,在这一年,职业培训和发展协会ADI阿尔茨海默大学培训也在希腊举行,马来西亚和新西兰。

ADI和傣族也联合发布的政策文件,通过与老年痴呆症的人进入CRPD和有效,这是由一个官方活动,残疾人委员会会议在日内瓦的者权利公约第十六次会议联合声明。

一个全新的网站是为一年一度的世界阿尔茨海默氏病月运动在九月,它的主题是“记住我”。这个月是由70多个国家的运动在2016标记,并继续提高全球的理解和意识的老年痴呆症,由于阿尔茨海默氏症协会的努力。

政府计划在今年几个国家推出痴呆症,使全球总数达到29。阿尔茨海默氏症协会继续成为这些政策背后的驱动力,这对确保老年痴呆症的投资和未来的提供有很大的帮助。

作为我们与全球合作伙伴继续合作的一部分,2016十一月与欧洲阿尔茨海默氏症签署了正式谅解备忘录,强调了合作的关键领域。

当我们展望未来的一年,我们也需要花些时间来反思我们失去了2016,谁将错过。我们想借机会感谢您的支持和友谊,在今年,我们期待着在2017继续取得进展。

我们希望看到你们许多人在京都,为ADI公司的第三十二届国际会议在四月,在日本。

我谨代表阿迪团队,祝你们一切顺利,为2017。

原文资料:

A message from Marc Wortmann, Executive Director of ADI

19 December 2016 - 2016 was another busy year for Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI), as we continued to work alongside Alzheimer associations worldwide to make dementia a global health priority. These achievements support our vision of prevention, care and inclusion today, and cure tomorrow. It is hoped that a Global Action Plan on the Public Health Response to Dementia by the World Health Organisation (WHO) will further support this goal in 2017. 

In April, ADI's 31st International Conference in Budapest, Hungary was attended by a thousand delegates from 70 countries in a diverse programme including the latest developments in dementia science, research and care. Conferences were also held during 2016 in the Caribbean, Latin America, Sub Saharan Africa and Asia Pacific regions and ADI staff participated in numerous other events, including the 26th Alzheimer Europe Conference.

ADI’s new Strategic Plan was launched at the ADI Council meeting, which also welcomed new member associations from Ghana and the Cayman Islands as the 84th and 85th Alzheimer associations to join ADI. At the meeting, ADI adopted a rights-based approach in future advocacy efforts that have seen us strengthen our joint efforts with partners Dementia Alliance International (DAI).

In May 2016, the World Health Organization’s Executive Board unanimously voted in favour of developing a Global Action Plan on the Public Health Response to Dementia following the involvement of ADI and 12 countries at a successful side event on dementia during the 69th World Health Assembly and, in October 2016, ADI, Members of ADI and partners submitted a formal joint response to the Zero Draft of the plan. A Global Action Plan will urge a greater commitment by governments worldwide to develop and improve National Dementia Plans, care and support for people with dementia, including the involvement of people with dementia and Alzheimer associations globally.

Over the past year ADI has also launched several publications, including twin reports  on Dementia Friendly Communities: Key principles and Global examples, as well as and updated versions of Influencing public policyand Help for care partners of people with dementia.

The World Alzheimer Report 2016; Improving healthcare for people living with dementia was launched during World Alzheimer’s Month, calling for more emphasis on primary healthcare for dementia as part of better integrated and coordinated services for people with dementia.

During August, we welcomed Alzheimer associations from across the globe to our annual Alzheimer Universitytraining programme in London, and throughout the year, carer training and ADI Alzheimer University training for developing associations was also held in Greece, Malaysia and New Zealand.

ADI and DAI also released a joint policy paper, Access to the CRPD and SDGs by Persons with Dementia, and this was followed by a joint statement at an official side event to the 16th Session of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Committee meeting in Geneva.

A brand new website was developed for the annual World Alzheimer's Month campaign in September, which had the theme 'Remember Me'. The month was marked by campaigns in over 70 countries in 2016, and continues to improve global understanding and awareness of dementia, thanks to the efforts of Alzheimer associations worldwide.

Goverment Plans on Dementia were launched this year in several countries, bringing the global total to 29. Alzheimer associations continue to be the driving force behind these policies, which go a long way to securing investment in dementia care and provision for the future.

As part of our continued work with partners around the globe, an official Memorandum of Understanding was signed with Alzheimer Europe in November 2016, highlighting key areas of collaboration.  

As we look towards the coming year, we should also take a moment to reflect on those we lost in 2016,  who will be dearly missed. We would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your support and friendship over the year and we look forward to continued progress in 2017.

We hope to see many of you in Kyoto, Japan for ADI's 32nd International Conference in April.

On behalf of the ADI team, I wish you all the best for 2017.

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