Master Class 2: My conversation with my doctor

Day 16: Dementia Awareness Month 2014

Please watch the DAI Master Class 2 My Conversation with my doctor run by Dementia Alliance International last week, as part of our Dementia Awareness Month 2014 activities. Retired doctors Jennifer Bute (UK) and David Kramer (USA) and co-founder of DAI John Sandblom facilitated this class, and it is well worth watching.

Published on our YouTube channel September 11, 2014

In this webinar, our panel shared their experiences of sitting on both sides of the table – physician and patient — and talked about how to make the most of your visit to your doctor, how to get the information you need, how to understand what the physician is telling you, and how to advocate for yourself.

You can register here for Master Class 3 on September 17: Advocacy and Speaking Out. Click here for class times, class description, and to register.

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