HOME > Reports - Events > Taking Action on Dementia: G7 Global Dementia Legacy Event Private Sector Side Meeting

Health and Global Policy Institute(HGPI)- Reports

  • Events
  • Research
  • Interviews
  • Lestures & Media
  • Others
  •  

Taking Action on Dementia: G7 Global Dementia Legacy Event Private Sector Side Meeting

date2014-11-07

* Please note that this event is invite only. Thank you for your understanding.

To complement the G7 Global Dementia Legacy Event to be hosted by the Japanese Government in November 2014, OECD and Health and Global Policy Institute will convene a side meeting to highlight and discuss the critical role of the private sector in addressing dementia. Accelerated progress is needed in the development of prevention, care, and community-level approaches take shape. Yet, publicly funded programs alone are limited in their reach. Through private sector engagement and cross-sectoral partnerships, there is potential to uncover novel and innovative approaches to dementia. The goal of this meeting is to increase momentum behind these types of private sector-led strategies in order to take a practical step forward on this critical issue.
 

Date:  Friday, November 7, 2014
Time:  8:00-13:00 (Registration opens at 7:30)
VenueANA InterContinental Tokyo, Banquet Room GALAXY
Networking Breakfast and Lunch to be held in Banquet Room GLORIA

Event Participants:   Government officials, healthcare professionals, and representatives from the private sector, NGOs, and major media outlets

Hosted by
:  OECD
                     Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI)
Key Partner: National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
In Cooperation with:  USAgainstAlzheimer's, Global CEO Initiative on Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia Friendly Japan Initiative

Event Schedule
7:30-           Doors open

8:00-9:00    Networking Breakfast (Banquet Room GLORIA)

9:00-9:10    Opening Remarks

9:10-9:25   Introduction
    OECD's Contribution in an Aging Society, Mark Pearson (Head,
    Employment and Policy Affairs Division)

9:25-11:40
  Presentations
   ・The Future of Emotion Recognizing Robots, Kenichi Yoshida,
  Chief of Innovation Division, Softbank Robotics Group
   ・Supporting Mobility in an Aging Society
    Shinsuke Aoki, Chief Researcher, HONDA THINK Research Center,
    Honda R&D Co., Ltd.
   ・The Forefront of Dementia Drug Development
    Lynn Kramer, Chief Clinical Officer and Corporate Officer,
    Eisai Co., Ltd.
   ・Potential of Robotics
    Yoshiyuki Sankai, Professor of Systems Information,
    University of Tsukuba
    Principal Investigator, Center for Cybernics Research
    ・Looking After the Community: “TA-Q-BIN” that cares*
    Mayumi Matsumoto, Sales and Business Development  
    Manager, Iwate Regional Branch, Yamato Transport Co., Ltd.
    *TA-Q-BIN refers to Yamato Transport's express parcel delivery service
    ・Innovation That Supports Life in the Home, Gou Fukushima,
    Division Manager, Home Instead Division, DUSKIN CO., LTD.
    ・From Social Issues Comes Unique Innovation
    Makoto Okada, Senior Manager, Fujitsu Laboratories R&D Strategy
    ・A Town of the Future: Yukarigaoka
    Shinjiro Hayashi, Executive Director, Yamaman Co., Ltd.
    ・The Potential of the Corporate Sector
    George Vradenburg, Chairman, Global CEO Initiative on
    Alzheimer's Disease

11:40-12:00  Closing
    ・Event Summary
    ・Remarks from Government Official
    ・Closing Statement, Kiyoshi Kurokawa, Chairman, HGPI; Member,
    World Dementia Council

j12:00-13:00 Networking Lunch (Banquet Room GLORIA)  

(As of October 30, 2014)  Details subject to change.

 
 

Page top

Back to Events