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Dementia Education
Virtual Event

Women’s Mind Matters

About This Program

Join us for the fifth installment of The Dementia Society’s Women’s Mind Matters lecture series, focusing on knowing your risks and knowing your numbers. Dr. Louise Laramée, MD FRCPC Cardiologist at the Montfort Hospital, is our keynote speaker and will share more, based on her previous presentation in this series, about vascular risk factors for dementia and what we can each do to help prevent dementia.

Note: This is the live-web broadcast of a fully subscribed in-person event at The NEW Dementia Society Centre. This presentation will also include the dedication of a space in the Centre to legacy donor, Evelyn Janet Taylor.

Details

Presented By

The Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County

Date and Time

Thursday, June 1
6:00 - 7:00 PM

Cost

No charge

Location

Virtual

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About Louise Laramée

Dr. Louise Laramée is a cardiovascular specialist, interventional cardiologist now working in cardiac rehabilitation.  She is a Distinguished Teacher at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ottawa and has served as assistant Dean of Student Affairs and director of clinical skills for our medical students. She is a member and secretary of the Board of Directors of The Dementia Society.

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