Wednesday 26 June 2024


5:30 - 6:30pm


Online via Zoom


Free to attend

Clinical-Creative Partnerships for Dementia Care is a pilot initiative funded by the Global Brain Health Institute, the Alzheimer’s Association and Alzheimer’s Society, and spearheaded by Gráinne Hope, Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health at GBHI and Director of Music & Health Ireland.

The project explores the potential of clinical-creative partnerships to enhance dementia care. By integrating music and the arts into care models, we are working to support longer, better-lived lives for people living with dementia and their carers. This initiative has brought together musicians, health professionals, researchers, funders, and policymakers to generate new ideas and influence policy in the field of Arts & Health.

Online launch 
Music & Health Ireland are delighted to be host partners to announce the launch of the “Clinical-Creative Partnerships for Dementia Care” report.

Attendees will gain valuable insights into the project’s background, the engagement process, and the key themes and recommendations that emerged. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how cross-sector collaboration can transform dementia care.

The event will feature insights from Atlantic Fellows, GBHI Faculty and guests including:

  • Roman Romero-Ortuno, Faculty at GBHI / Professor of Medical Gerontology at Trinity College Dublin
  • Gráinne Hope, Atlantic Senior Fellow at GBHI and Artistic Director of Music & Health Ireland
  • Gráinne McGettrick, Atlantic Fellow at GBHI / Policy and Research Manager, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
  • Dominic Campbell, Atlantic Fellow at GBHI / Director of Creative Ageing International
  • Pauline Lee, Project Lead for the Implementation of the National Dementia Strategy, CHO 8
  • Karen Meenan: Atlantic Senior Fellow for Equity and Brain Health at GBHI/ Family Career / Co-Founder Lewy Body Ireland

Register Here to join the launch. Zoom details will be shared 24 hours before the event.


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