This is the biggest and most important medical conference on ageing to take place in Ireland each year
With over 400 delegates expected to attend, it is renowned for its interdisciplinary nature and the inimitable platform that it presents for professional interchange. Many high-level gerontology professionals and their teams attend this prestigious event. The Irish Society of Physicians in Geriatric Medicine has confirmed once again that it will hold its annual national Autumn Meeting as a satellite event to our conference on Friday 28th September.
Sponsorship provides you with a valuable opportunity to have your brands noticed and your organisation remembered by opinion leaders and decision-makers. It will also afford you the opportunity to showcase your activities and products and to be recognised and acknowledged for supporting this important initiative.
Free seating at our conference dinner - together with co-location of exhibition stands, refreshment pods and poster-boards – facilitates maximum contact with our delegates throughout the programme. These arrangements ensure exceptional networking opportunities for your representatives and provide a perfect forum to foster new business relationships.
A broad range of disciplines have been represented by delegates at our previous scientific meetings, including
Academics, General Practitioners, Planners and Policy-makers, Allied Health Professionals, Gerontechnologists, Researchers
Clinicians (e.g. geriatrics, internal medicine, orthopaedics, psychiatry, psychologists, intensive care, emergency, rehabilitation)
Gerontological and Prescribing Nurses, Scientists, Dentists, Gerontologists, Sociologists, Dieticians, Nursing Home Managers and Caregivers, Social Workers, Economists, Pharmacists, NGOs in Ageing
Internationally renowned keynote speakers, topic experts, special interest group updates and cutting-edge research will ensure that our conference programme will be a stimulating, fruitful and educational experience for each of our delegates.
Conference sessions, symposia, keynote lectures, and both oral and poster presentations of accepted abstracts, are organised around key themes. These include, but are not limited to:
Bone-health/Falls/Fractures, Frailty/Delirium, Stroke, Neurology, Cognition/Memory, Dementia, Medication/Polypharmac, Palliative Care/End of Life, Rehabilitation, Mental Health, Social Gerontology/Policy, Economics of Ageing, Community-based Programmes, Gerontechnology, QI/Public & Patient Involvement