Improving Services in Chronic Disease Management for Older People
Exploring the strategic direction for chronic disease management in Ireland
We hope you are all looking forward to joining us in Cork from September 26th to 28th for our society’s 67th annual autumn meeting. It promises to be an exciting, educational and informative few days.
We are joined in partnership at our annual meeting with our colleagues from South/Southwest Hospital Group, and Cork Kerry Community Healthcare. University College Cork is our academic partner for this meeting.
This year, it is intended that the satellite symposium - which will be held in the conference venue - will be open also to non-delegates (including General Practice and Primary Care). We anticipate that the theme will draw a large and engaged audience. Reservations will close as soon as bookings reach capacity. Early booking is recommended.
Each year at our annual educational symposium we take a specific area of care and focus on it in more detail. This year the symposium will focus on the strategic direction for chronic disease management in Ireland. We are very grateful to the local organising group led by Dr. Suzanne Timmons and Dr. Kieran O'Connor for their support of the Scientific Committee in organising the programme for this symposium.
A special acknowledgement and thanks and to our Platinum Sponsor, Novartis, for thier support of this event.
This unique symposium will be of interest to the broad range of disciplines involved in providing immediate and follow-up care to people who have chronic conditions. It promises to be an informative, and interesting evening.
Prof. Colin Bradley. Chair of Dept. of General Practice, University College Cork
Dr John Cullen. Consultant in General Internal and Respiratory Medicine, Tallaght University Hospital
Ciara Hanrahan Senior Physiotherapist, COPD Outreach and Oxygen Assessment Unit Mercy University Hospital, Cork
Dr Colm Henry. Chief Clinical Officer, HSE & Consultant Geriatrician Mercy University Hospital, Cork