Resources Links and Downloads
Australian Journal of Dementia Care
Alzheimer’s Australia Research Foundation – Christine was a member of the Scientific Panel
Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) – Christine was an elected member of its Board from 2003 to 2006.
Dementia Australia – Christine was a Dementia Australia (Qld) Ambassador
Dementia Alliance International (DAI)
Dementia Training Study Centres
Free Dementia Education Course
Neuroscience Research Australia – Christine is part of the NeuRA research program.
Queensland Statewide Dementia Clinical Network – Christine was a member of the steering committee
The University of Sydney – Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre
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Lisa Genova’s Book – Still Alice
In around 2002, Christine was in frequent contact with the Harvard PhD neuroscientist Lisa Genova, when she was writing her first book “Still Alice”. This amazing fictional story describes how a 50 year old Harvard professor who has 3 grown up children is diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer’s. It draws on Lisa’s insights through communicating with people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, as well as uniquely her own professional expertise in neurology. Lisa and Christine met in May 2011 in Brisbane, and had a wonderful few hours together. Visit Lisa Genova’s website.
Still Alice has been since made into a movie called “Still Alice” starring Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Alex Baldwin, Kate Bosworth & Hunter Parrish. Click here to read more.
DVDs and YouTube
Australian Aged Care Quality Agency – A conversation about dementia 2013
JKP, March 2012, An insider’s perspective on what you can do to help a person with dementia
Living with Dementia – WebsEdge
Australian Commission Resources for acute care of people with dementia
Newspapers & Articles
Mobile Apps for Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers
The Sydney Morning Herald Article August 2015
The story of dementia: Christine Bryden and Kate Swaffer — This article was first published in the Australian Journal of Dementia Care Vol 5 No 4 August/September 2016. Reprinted here with the permission of Hawker Publications Australia Pty Ltd.
Click here to view Christine Bryden as a hologram on Korean TV
Christine Bryden on ‘Dancing with Dementia’
Towards A World Without Dementia – Prevention, Cure and Care (via ABC Big Ideas) with Ita Buttrose and Henry Brodaty.
Christine talking at the Australian Commission Resources for acute care of people with dementia.
Christine speaking at Kawana, Sunshine Coast Queensland, May 2015
Wesley Impact TV – 28 September 2014
From Left to Right: Speaking at ADI Toronto 2011 and Christine UK 2010