Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring

There is a new Journal out there for those of you interested in dementia research: Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring. This Journal is part of the Alzheimer’s & Dementia (A&D) and Alzheimer’s Association (1) family, but unlike its big brother, A&D, Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring (cutely shortened to DADM) is Open Access, which means you can read all the articles for free online (just follow the link above).

I think this is an exciting new publication in the field, and the editors’ good sense is demonstrated by the fact you will find a paper I have authored/co-authored on each of the the first two issues. Although perhaps you might want to take that as a sign of a complete lack of good sense, but I’ll leave it up to you.

(1) Speaking of which, later this month I will be attending the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference again. This year it is held in Washington D.C., and I anticipate temperatures to be in the thousands.

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This is the customary completely irrelevant photo of the post. Was taken by my mum, near our place in Italy.


About Davide Bruno

Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University
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