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Useful resources

Check out this useful list of clinical papers, websites and educational initiatives to help you detect and manage dementia



Education for GP’s

Access accredited educational programs and online learning here.

  • Learn diagnostic skills with the RACGP
    Earn 40 Category 1 QI&CPD points from the RACGP by completing the Active Learning Module or e-learning module, The timely diagnosis of dementia. This practical program uses current guidelines and provide resources and tools to improve diagnostic and treatment skills.
  • Gain experience through case studies
    Dementia Australia allows non-RACGP members to access the RACGP check Program, which offers a series of commonly seen case studies on dementia.
    RACGP members – go to
    Non-members – email us at:

Education for Pharmacists

Gain the knowledge you need to help detect and manage dementia in the community.

  • Learn with the AJP
    The Australian Journal of Pharmacy has launched an education series to assist pharmacists to play a key role in the detection and management of dementia. Learn what you need to know and earn CPD credits for your participation.

Education for patients and customers

  • Your Brain MattersThis website is designed to help the general public maintain their brain health with an holistic Brain, Body, Heart approach.
  • BrainyApp
    Patients can download the world’s first dementia risk-reduction App.
  • Start2Talk
    This website is designed to help people with dementia – and their family or carers – to plan ahead for the future. It provides practical and comprehensive resources, forms and instructions  to make decisions about finances, lifestyle or health care.

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The National Dementia Helpline is supported by financial assistance from the Australia Government.