Please see below for the answers to some frequently asked questions about the 2022 Clinical Conference. If the answer to your question is not listed here, you can email it to [email protected]
The 2022 Clinical Conference will be held on Friday 14 October, 2022.
Registration for the 2022 Clinical Conference has closed.
The 2022 Clinical Conference will be held at the Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, London NW1 4LE.
The Royal College of Physicians is located on the east entrance of Regent’s Park in central London. It is easily accessible via public transport: the nearest Underground stations are Regent’s Park (Bakerloo line; 4 minutes), Great Portland Street (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines; 4 minutes), and Warren Street (Victoria and Northern lines; 8 minutes.)
It is also possible to walk to the venue from local mainline train stations: Euston is an 11 minute walk away, and St Pancras International a 25 minute walk. If you wish to reach the venue by bicycle, stands are available for guests nearby on Longford Street and Bolsover Street.
There are no dedicated car parking facilities for guests at the venue, although there are limited street parking options and private car parks in the vicinity.
For more information about the venue and how to get there, please visit their website.
The Royal College of Physicians intends to be welcoming venue for all its visitors. For full details on accessibility, please see their website.
Yes, the 2022 Clinical Conference will also be available to view online. Both in-person and online-only ticket-holders will have access to the virtual conference portal, through which they can watch a livestream of the talks and participate in the Q&A sessions. On demand access will also be available for a limited period following the Conference.
To purchase an online ticket, please visit our Tickets page.
Yes, the Alzheimer's Research UK Clinical Conference 2022 has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for five category 1 (external) CPD credits.
You can earn up to five credits by attending the conference either in-person or online. For online attendees, credits will be awarded on an hourly basis (if you watch one hour of the conference livestream then you will be eligible for one credit). This rule applies up to the maximum available credit allowance of five credits.
After attending the conference, you can request a certificate of attendance as follows:
- Send an email to [email protected] with the subject line “Request for certificate of attendance, [Your name]”.
- Our conference team will verify your attendance, and the number of credits that you are eligible to receive.
- If eligible, you will receive your certificate of attendance by email within 10 working days of contacting our conference team. This guarantee does not apply if the certificate needs to be re-issued for any reason.
Please be aware that if you do not contact us specifically, you will not receive your certificate and you will not be able to prove your attendance at this conference.
The safety of delegates and staff at our 2022 Clinical Conference remains our priority. You can read more about the measures that Alzheimer’s Research UK and the venue will take, and the measures delegates can take, in our Terms and Conditions.
Further guidance and/or terms of entry may be introduced nearer to the event date.