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Silver Sante Study online public meeting

Mental Health & Well-being in the Ageing Population 
Research, Risks and Recommendations

Wednesday 16th June 2021 09:30-16:45 CEST

Last chance to register for our online public meeting! Register now to find out more on Mental Health and Well-Being in the Ageing Population 📅 16th June 🕛 09:30-16:45 CEST 💻 Online https://buff.ly/3glO3TJ #mentalhealth #brainhealth #meditation #Mindfulness #COVID19

Speaker confirmed! @DBartres_Faz, Professor at the Department of Medicine @UniBarcelona will be presenting on the Barcelona Brain Health Initiative study, focusing on mental health effects and moderators during COVID-19 📅 16th June 🕛 09:30-16:45 CEST https://buff.ly/34XD1NQ

Speaker confirmed! @JamesNKirby, Senior Lecturer at The University of Queensland, will be discussing the challenges and (reluctant) acceptance of the importance of #compassion in the development and research of #psychological #interventions, on 16th June https://buff.ly/34XD1NQ

2021 April_Broadcast by Frédéric Serrière_Gaël Chételat : influence of meditation on ageing well (European study)

2021 April_Neurodiem scientific platform _Get a better understanding of the links between sleep apnea and the risk of Alzheimer’s disease

Sleep disorders are common in aging and Alzheimer’s disease. Sleep complaints are reported to affect nearly 50% of elderly subjects and up to 60% of patients in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. In recent years, there has been renewed interest in exploring sleep disorders in normal and pathological ageing…explanation by Dr Géraldine RAUCHS.

https://www.neurodiem.fr/news/mieux-comprendre-les-liens-entre-apnees-du-sommeil-et-risque-de-maladie-35NmKUNRloWpLA15mojFBS?signupCompleted=1

2021 March_France Culture la méthode scientifique sur la méditation.

2021 February-March_Article in the Magazine « Géo Hors-Série » _La pleine conscience, anti-âge?

2020 June_Radio FranceAlzheimer

Un lien existerait entre les pensées négatives récurrentes et le risque de maladie d’Alzheimer. Interview de Gaël Chételat, chercheuse Inserm à Université de Caen-Normandie et co-auteur de l’étude.

Émission : 5 minutes pour comprendre

Animé par : Laurent Dupuis

Invité(s) : Gaël Chételat

Temps : 7 minutes

2021 January_Article on MBSR Lyon blog

2020 November_ Article in the magazine « Journal des Femmes » about hippocampal atrophy and its links with Alzheimer’s disease.

L’hippocampe est une petite zone du cerveau. Il joue un rôle crucial dans la mémoire spatiale et la mémoire que l’on a des événements passés. L’hippocampe est aussi un marqueur précoce de la maladie d’Alzheimer. Le point avec Gaëlle Chételat …

https://sante.journaldesfemmes.fr/fiches-maladies/2678699-atrophie-hippocampique-hippocampe-cerveau-consequences-liens-alzheimer-traitement/

2020 June_Repetitive negative thinking linked to dementia risk