MOPEAD coordinates survey on GP attitudes to Alzheimer's disease treatment across five European

The MOPEAD Project has coordinated a large scale anonymous survey on General Practitioners' (GP) attitudes towards the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and the availability of current treatments.

The survey aims to get a better understanding of how GP's handle the diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia and how useful it is to make such a diagnosis in a more timely manner.

With over 200 responses so far from over 5 different European countries including Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Slovenia and Germany, the survey will support MOPEAD's aim to move the AD environment towards earlier diagnosis. Currently only 40-50% of people living with dementia will have received a diagnosis. An earlier diagnosis would provide an opportunity for intervention giving people with Alzheimer's disease and their families "more time" and the potential for inclusion in Clinical Trails.[1]

We hope the survey will highlight what GP's need from policy makers to deliver a step-change in how public health services provide timely diagnosis and support to those suffering from Alzheimer's disease, a figure which is expected to rise to 131 million world wide by 2050.[2]

You can read more about Alzheimer's disease on our website here:

Or check out our infographics created by our MOPEAD team of experts to guide you through your memory health:

[1] World Alzheimer Report 2016:

[2]UN Dept of Economic and Social Affairs:

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