I love Oxford UK. It is my favourite place to be. In the Australian summer of 2014-2015 I went to Oxford as a Visiting Fellow with the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing to work on my research plan for projects relating to the timing of the diagnosis of dementia.
I went to Colombo in Sri Lanka in December 2013 to speak at a public health conference. I was talking about the challenges in proposing a public health policy for early diagnosis of dementia given the lack of scientific evidence to support the impact of the timing of the diagnosis on health and personal outcomes for patients and carers.