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Gráinne Hope announced as Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health 2020-2021

Date posted: 20 September 2020

Image shown: Grainne Hope © John Quirke Photography.

In September 2020, a new group of emerging interprofessional leaders joined a global movement to protect the world’s population from threats to brain health: the 2020–21 Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health at the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI).

Hailing from nineteen countries spanning Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe—and from various disciplines including the arts and humanities, medicine, cognitive science, public health, education and advocacy—the fellows reflect a diverse range of geographies, expertise and promise.

Gráinne Hope has been announced as one of the 2020-21 Atlantic Fellows. Gráinne is a professional cellist, founder and artistic director of Irish arts and health organisation, Kids’ Classics, and a trainer of musicians in healthcare.

To support people living with dementia and their families, Gráinne believes we need to make the case for the value and impact that appropriately placed professional music experiences in healthcare environments can have on both the person and the setting.

You can read Gráinne’s Atlantic Fellows profile here:
www.gbhi.org/profiles/grainne-hope

About the programme 
Since 2016, the Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health programme has trained a global community of emerging interprofessional leaders in brain health and dementia prevention through its 12-month residential programme at both its founding sites at University of California, San Francisco and Trinity College Dublin. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many of this year’s cohort will begin their fellowship remotely.

Through their work, fellows will address local and global inequities in brain health and dementia around the world at a policy and practice level, with the ultimate goal of improving the lives of people with dementia. On completion of their training, fellows join a lifelong catalytic community of seven Atlantic Fellows programmes working to advance fairer, healthier and more inclusive societies.

Applications for 2021–22 cohort
Applications for the 2021–22 cohort of Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health are open until 15 October 2020. Learn more and apply today:
https://www.gbhi.org/apply

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