We proudly present Brain Research New Zealand’s contribution to ‘Every Three Seconds’, a news and current affairs style programme that explores the risks, growth and future response to dementia. It tells the stories of those who are impacted by dementia and those who work vigorously to diagnose and prevent it or to find treatments and ways to care for people with dementia. BRNZ’s segment aims to showcase our multicultural research approach, our partnership with the Māori community, our national network of clinics, and the integration of experimental and clinical research to develop early biomarkers of Alzheimer’s Disease.
We would like to thank everyone who was involved in producing this film for their time and effort!
‘Every Three Seconds’ is produced by Alzheimer’s Disease International and ITN Productions, and features sponsored content from leading academics, research and care organisations from across the globe. Paola Barbarino, CEO of ADI, states, “This programme is an extraordinary opportunity to reduce the stigma attached to dementia worldwide. We will aim to raise the profile of the human, social and economic impact of dementia globally whilst highlighting practical and innovative ways in which we can all make a difference.”
‘Every Three Seconds’ premiered at the 33rd International Conference of ADI on 28 July 2018. The full programme will be released shortly, in the meantime you can have a look at the trailer here.