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  October 2017

Age of Creativity Festival

Date(s)1-14 October 2017
OrganisationAge of Creativity
Location England
DetailsThe Age of Creativity provides leadership, profile, advocacy and infrastructure development for everyone who believes in the value of creativity for older people. The project aims to support professionals working in arts, health, culture, social care, academia, voluntary and community sectors to enable more older people to take part in creative activities and enjoy improved health, wellbeing and quality of life.The Age of Creativity team is delivering three free national events: Love Later Life: Creative and Cultural Participation for Older People, 12th October; Do the arts and culture really impact the health and wellbeing of older people?, 13th October; and Ageing Provocateurs, online event running throughout the festival fortnight.
VenueThroughout England
Web linkhttp://ageofcreativity.co.uk/festival/ 

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International Conference on Healthy Ageing

Date(s)1-3 October 2017
OrganisationCenter for Research on Healthy Aging
LocationPadang Indonesia
DetailsThe conference will address: healthy ageing in non-western societies; linguistic and cultural aspects of healthy ageing; social, political and environmental aspects of healthy ageing; and healthy ageing in place.
VenuePangeran Beach Hotel
Contact Tel: , Email: healthyaging.baiturrahmah@gmail.com
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International Day of Older Persons 2016. Take a Stand Against Ageism

Date(s)1 October 2017
OrganisationUnited Nations for Ageing
LocationNew York United States of America
Web linkhttp://www.un.org/en/events/olderpersonsday 

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Luminate: Scotland's Creative Ageing Festival

Date(s)1-31 October 2017
OrganisationLuminate
Location Scotland
DetailsThis annual festival brings together older people and those from across the generations to celebrate creativity in older age, share stories of ageing and explore what growing older means. Each year,there are activities all over Scotland - from art workshops and dance classes to music performances and authors' events.
VenueThroughout Scotland
Contact First Floor Causewayside House 160 Causewayside Edinburgh EH9 1PR Tel: 0131 668 8066, Email: info@luminatescotland.org
Web linkhttp://www.luminatescotland.org/ 

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Bridging the Gaps Between Technology Solutions and Ageing Well. What Can YOU Do?

Date(s)2-4 October 2017
OrganisationAAL Active and Assisted Living Forum
LocationCoimbra Portugal
DetailsThe forum presents the best of current research and practice in bridging the gap between technology and growing older, emphasising innovation and debate.
VenueConvento de SŃo Francisco
Contact Av. da Guarda Inglesa 3 3040-270 Coimbra Portugal Tel: , Email: aalforum@ipn.pt
Web linkhttp://www.aal-europe.eu/forum-2017-in-portugal/ 

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Learning From New Care Models Here and Abroad: Making Accountable Care Happen

Date(s)3 October 2017
OrganisationKing's Fund
LocationLondon England
DetailsPresentations from leaders of international health systems that have undergone whole-system change, including the health system in Canterbury, New Zealand, and Nuka system of care in Alaska, US. The importance of local context when redesigning services to support greater integration will be explored, as will new care model vanguards and other initiatives in England which are delivering more joined-up care by breaking down the barriers between GPs and hospitals, investing in community services and marrying the different forms of accountabilities in local government and the NHS.
Speaker(s)Jim Mackey, Chief Executive, NHS Improvement Michael Macdonnell, Director of System Transformation, NHS England Dr Katherine Gottlieb, President and Chief Executive Officer, Southcentral Foundation, Alaska, USA Dr Steve Tierney, Medical Director, South Central Foundation, Alaska, US Michelle Tierney, Vice-President of Organisational Development and Innovation, South Central Foundation, Alaska David Meates, Chief Executive Officer, Canterbury District Health Board , New Zealand Chris Hopson, Chief Executive, NHS Providers.
VenueKing's Fund
Contact 11-13 Cavendish Square London W1G 0AN Tel: 020 7307 2409, Email:
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Independent Living Scotland

Date(s)4-5 October 2017
LocationGlasgow Scotland
DetailsThis event has been launched to cater for the learning and knowledge requirements of healthcare professionals and the needs of those living with a disability or long-term condition as well as their friends and carers. Independent Living Scotland will offer visitors the chance to touch, test and compare a wide variety of products and services to aid independence.
VenueSEC Glasgow
Contact Scottish Event Campus Ltd Glasgow G3 8YW Tel: , Email:
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Annual Care Conference for Wales

Date(s)5 October 2017
OrganisationHawker Events
LocationCardiff Wales
VenueCardiff City Stadium
Contact Tel: , Email: events@hawkerpublications.com
Web linkhttp://www.careinfo.org/cardiff-2017/ 

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An Alternative For the Future: Silver Economy for Cities and Regions

Date(s)10 October 2017
OrganisationAge Platform Europe
LocationBrussels Belgium
DetailsThis workshop will take place as part of the Open Days of the Committee of the Regions. It will feature four examples of how a Silver Economy can help regions and cities to better match the needs of their ageing population while supporting local businesses and solution providers.
Contact Tel: , Email: info@age-platform.eu
Web linkhttp://www.age-platform.eu 

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Care Show Birmingham

Date(s)10-11 October 2017
OrganisationUBM
LocationBirmingham England
VenueNEC Birmingham
ContactRalitsa Lyutskanova Hall 3 National Exhibition Centre (NEC) Birmingham B40 1NT Tel: , Email:
Web linkhttp://www.careshow.co.uk/ 

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National Children and Adult Services Conference 2017

Date(s)11-13 October 2017
OrganisationLocal Government Association
LocationBournemouth England
Web linkwww.local.gov.uk/events 

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9th International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Date(s)16-18 October 2017
OrganisationConference Series
LocationRome Italy
VenueHoliday Inn Rome Aurelia
Contact Via Aurelia Km 8.400 00165 Rome Italy Tel: +1-702 508 5200, Email: dementia@neuroconferences.com
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National Caldicott Guardian Leadership Summit 2017

Date(s)18 October 2017
OrganisationHealthcare Conferences UK
LocationBirmingham England
VenueStudio Conference Centre
Contact 7 Cannon Street Birmingham B2 5EP Tel: 01932 429933, Email:
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South West Long Term Care

Date(s)18 October 2017
OrganisationLaingBuisson
LocationBristol England
DetailsThis regional conference aims to bring together leading speakers and delegates from across the residential, domiciliary and extra care sectors to discuss the challenges and changing landscape faced by providers of care for older people in specific areas of the country where local market dynamics may differ.
VenueThe Bristol Hotel
Contact Prince Street Bristol BS1 4QF Tel: +442078339123, Email: events@laingbuisson.com
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Evidence for Action in an Aging World CAG 2017

Date(s)19-21 October 2017
OrganisationCanadian Association on Gerontology
LocationWinnipeg Canada
VenueWinnipeg Fairmong Hotel
Contact 2 Lombard Place Winnipeg Manitoba Tel: , Email:
Web linkhttp://CAG2017.ca 

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Making ICT Standards Fit For Active and Healthy Ageing in Europe

Date(s)19 October 2017
OrganisationAge Platform Europe
LocationBrussels Belgium
VenueCEN-CENELEC Management Centre
Contact Avenue Marnix 17 4th Floor B - 1000 Brussels Belgium Tel: +32.2.280.14.70, Email: info@age-platform.eu
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The Future of Older People's Housing

Date(s)19 October 2017
OrganisationHousing and Care 21
LocationBirmingham England
DetailsThe event aims to create an opportunity for debate, bridging the gap between those who deliver services on the front-line and those who carry out the research that shapes and influences those services, creating an open environment for an exchange of ideas and expertise.
Speaker(s)Chair - Lord Best OBE DL; Jane Ashcroft CBE, Anchor Trust; Dr Robin Miller, University of Birmingham; Joe Oldman, Age UK;David Sinclair, International Longevity Centre
VenueInternational Convention Centre
Contact Broad Street Birmingham B1 2EA Tel: , Email: marketing@housingandcare21.co.uk
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Aging and Society. International Interdisciplinary Conference

Date(s)26-27 October 2017
OrganisationUniversity of Gdansk (Poland), University of SŃo Paulo (Brazil), Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (Colombia), McGill University (Canada) and InMind Support (Poland)
LocationGdansk Poland
VenueUniversity of Gdansk
Contact Faculty of Languages University of Gdansk 55 Wita Stwosza Street Gdansk Poland Tel: , Email: agingandsociety@gmail.com
Web linkhttp://agingsociety.ug.edu.pl/ 

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5th International Workshop on the Socio-economics of Ageing

Date(s)27 October 2017
OrganisationLisbon School of Economics and Management
LocationLisbon Portugal
ContactSandra Ara˙jo Tel: , Email: iwsea@iseg.utl.pt
Web linkhttp://www.iwsea.pt 

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Community Health Services: Shifting the Focus to Out-of-Hospital Care

Date(s)31 October 2017
OrganisationKing's Fund
LocationLondon England
DetailsThis conference will look at how the health and care system can make the best possible use of community health services to meet the changing needs of the population.
Speaker(s)Professor Sir Michael Marmot; Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt
VenueKing's Fund
Contact 11-13 Cavendish Square London W1G 0AN Tel: 020 7307 2409, Email: events@kingsfund.org.uk
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November 2017

Addressing an Ageing Population and Work - Implementing the Fuller Working Lives Strategy and Reforming the State Pension

Date(s)2 November 2017
OrganisationWestminster Employment Forum
LocationLondon England
DetailsDelegates at this conference will consider the challenges ahead for policymakers in light of the ageing population and the independent review by John Cridland of the State Pension Age (SPA), which recommended increasing the SPA in line with life expectancy.
Sessions will consider how a reformed SPA might affect different social and age groups as they prepare for retirement, and the challenges for ensuring that all retirees have sufficient income to support them.
VenueLondon
ContactThomas Overend Tel: 01344 864796, Email:
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Next Steps for Policy on Supporting Older Workers, Extending Working Lives and State Pension Age Reform

Date(s)2 November 2017
OrganisationWestminster Employment Forum
LocationLondon England
DetailsThis seminar focuses on policy for supporting older workers and extending working lives, as well as key issues around State Pension Age (SPA) reform - and how it needs to develop in the new Parliament.
Speaker(s)Baroness Greengross Baronness Jolly Andrew Latto, Deputy Director, Ageing Society & State Pensions Fiona Thom, Economic Adviser, Fuller Working Lives Anna Dixon, Chief Executive, Centre for Ageing Better David Blackburn, Head of People, Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
VenueCentral London
ContactMarc Gammon Tel: 01344 864796, Email:
Web linkwww.westminsteremploymentforum.co.uk 

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The Future for Adult Social Care in England: Funding, Integration and Workforce Challenges

Date(s)2 November 2017
OrganisationWestminster Social Policy Forum
LocationLondon England
Speaker(s)Rt Hon Professor Paul Burstow, Chair, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust; Professor of Health & Social Care, City, University of London; Chair, SCIE and former Minister of State for Care Services; Debbie Ivanova, Deputy Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care (London and South), CQC; Aileen Murphie, Director, DCLG and Local Government Value for Money, National Audit Office
VenueCentral London
ContactMichael Ryan Tel: 01344 864796, Email:
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Aging and Society: Seventh Interdisciplinary Conference. Special Focus: Social Inequalities, Exclusion and Age-Discrimination

Date(s)3-4 November 2017
OrganisationAging and Society Research Network
LocationBerkeley United States of America
DetailsFour key themes: economic and demographic perspectives on ageing; public policy and public perspectives on aging; medical perspectives on ageing, health, wellness; and social and cultural perspectives on ageing.
VenueUniversity of California at Berkeley
Contact University of California at Berkeley Berkeley USA Tel: , Email:
Web linkhttp://agingandsociety.com/2017 

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Caldicott Guardian Training Course

Date(s)3 November 2017
OrganisationHealthcare Conferences UK
LocationLondon England
VenueDe Vere West One Conference Centre
Contact 9-10 Portland Place London W1B 1PR Tel: 01932 429933, Email: jayne@hc-uk.org.uk
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12th UK Dementia Congress

Date(s)7-9 November 2017
OrganisationHawker Publications
LocationDoncaster England
VenueDoncaster Racecourse
Contact The Grandstand Leger Way Doncaster DN2 6BB Tel: , Email: events@hawkerpublications.com
Web linkhttp://www.careinfo.org/ukdc-2017 

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Identity, Voice, Creativity, Action! The 8th Conference of the ESREA Network - ELOA

Date(s)9-11 November 2017
OrganisationEuropean Society for Research on the Education of Adults
LocationLeeds England
DetailsThe conference will address the following themes: access to learning for older people; cultural dimensions of older peopleás learning; equality and diversity of older peopleás learning; community learning; the role of adult educators and their work with older learners; and older people learning in the cultural sector.
VenueLeeds Beckett University
Contact Tel: 0116 285 9708, Email: D.P.Turner@leedsbeckett.ac.uk
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2nd World Disability and Rehabilitation Conference 2017 (WDRC 2017): Inspiring Possibilities, Enhancing Opportunities for Ability

Date(s)16-17 November 2017
OrganisationInternational Institute of Knowledge Management
LocationColombo Sri Lanka
Contact Tel: +94 113 098 521/2, Email: info@disabilityconference.co
Web linkhttp://disabilityconference.co/WDRC/ 

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Remembering Yesterday, Caring Today

Date(s)16-17 November 2017
OrganisationUniversity of Greenwich and the European Reminiscence Network
LocationLondon England
DetailsThis international project 'Remembering Yesterday, Caring Today' celebrates its 20th year of delivering reminiscence in dementia care. The project has demonstrated across 16 countries a unique and creative way to bring together, as equals, people with dementia and their carers to share memories and celebrate long-term relationships.
VenueUniversity of Greenwich
Contact University of Greenwich 30 Park Row London SE10 9LS Tel: , Email:
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Shaping Tomorrow. Care England Conference and Exhibition

Date(s)16 November 2017
OrganisationCare England
LocationLondon England
VenueChurch House
Contact Church House 27 Great Smith Street London SW1P 3AZ Tel: , Email:
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Getting Out, Staying Out. Keeping People Well and Out of Hospital

Date(s)17 November 2017
OrganisationInstitute of Ageing and Health - West Midlands
DetailsThis conference has been postponed, possible until March 2018
Contact Tel: 0121 466 4070, Email: jeanette.lane@bhamcommunity.nhs.uk
Web linkwww.iah-wmids.org.uk 

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Psychological Best Practice in Inpatient Services for Older People

Date(s)17 November 2017
OrganisationBritish Psychological Society
LocationLondon England
DetailsAt this free event, the authors of the new guidance on Best Practice in Inpatient Services for Older People will present the major themes and recommendations from their recent work.
VenueBPS London Office
Contact 30 Tabernacle Street London EC2A 4UE Tel: , Email:
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Nurse Clinics 2017 For Frail Older People in the Community

Date(s)20 November 2017
OrganisationHealthcare Conferences
LocationLondon England
VenueDe Vere W1 Conference Centre
Contact 9-10 Portland Place London W1B 1PR Tel: 01932429933, Email:
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British Geriatrics Society (BGS) Autumn Meeting 2017

Date(s)22-24 November 2017
OrganisationBGS
LocationLondon England
VenueExCel London
Contact Royal Victoria Dock 1 Western Gateway London E16 1XL Tel: , Email: conferences@bgs.org.uk
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Hospice UK Annual Conference

Date(s)22-24 November 2017
OrganisationHospice UK
LocationLiverpool England
DetailsProgramme not yet announced.
VenueACC Liverpool
Contact Tel: 020 7520 8200, Email: info@hospiceuk.org
Web linkhttps://www.hospiceuk .org 

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Next Steps for Health and Social Care in Greater Manchester: Collaboration, Innovation and The Future for Devolved Services

Date(s)22 November 2017
OrganisationWestminster Health Forum
LocationManchester England
VenueCentral London
ContactSam Dolton Tel: +44 (0)1344 864796, Email: info@forumsupport.co.uk
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Carers Rights Day

Date(s)24 November 2017
OrganisationCarers UK
DetailsThe theme for Carers Rights Day 2017 is Make Connections, Get Support.
Contact Tel: , Email: info@carersuk.org
Web linkhttp://www.carersuk.org 

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Powerful Partners. Advancing Dementia Care Through The Arts And Sciences

Date(s)24 November 2017
OrganisationRoyal Society for Public Health
LocationLondon England
DetailsOngoing and emerging world-class research will highlight some of the advances the arts can make to dementia research and care. The conference is sponsored by the RSPH Special Interest Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing and mounted in conjunction with the Wellcome Trustás Created Out of Mind project.
Speaker(s)Professor Paul M Camic Canterbury Christ Church University and Chair, Arts, Health & Wellbeing Special Interest Group, RSPH; The Right Honourable Lord Alan Howarth of Newport; Co-chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing;Professor Sebastian Crutch, Dementia Research Centre, University College London and Director, Created Out of Mind Hub, Wellcome Collection; David Cutler, Director, The Baring Foundation
Contact John Snow House 59 Mansell Street London E1 8AN Tel: 020 7265 7300, Email:
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The Dementia Challenge: Past, Present and Future

Date(s)27 November 2017
OrganisationAge UK and Institute of Gerontology
LocationLondon England
DetailsThe Age UK and Institute of Gerontology, Kingás College London Annual Lecture in memory of David Hobman.Time: 17.30-20.00
Speaker(s)Martin Rossor, Professor of Clinical Neurology, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and NIHR Director for Dementia Research
VenueThe Great Hall
ContactSyeda Aktar King's College London Strand Campus London WC2R 2LS Tel: , Email: eventsrsvp@ageuk.org.uk
Web linkhttps://hobmanlecture.eventbrite.co.uk> 

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King's Fund Annual Conference

Date(s)29-30 November 2017
OrganisationKing's Fund
LocationLondon England
DetailsDuring the conference, the sessions will share insight and lessons on how the system can improve in health and wellbeing; care and quality; and finance and efficiency. Day One: the theme is Population health and prevention: our shared priority.Sessions will focus on the practicalities of improving population health and prioritising prevention by looking at how to strengthen partnerships between all those working in population health systems - including local government, the NHS, housing, education, fire and rescue services, the police, education and the private and voluntary and community sectors. Day two: A modern health and care system. Sessions will look at how to overcome the barriers and challenges of maintaining and improving the standard of care at a time of constrained budgets and will explore the drive to implement sustainability and transformation partnerships and accountable care systems, and to evaluate whether they can deliver the transformation that is needed.
Speaker(s)Professor Sir Michael Marmot; Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt; Joe McCannon; Jeremy Marlow.
VenueKing's Fund
ContactMichael Spender 11-13 Cavendish Square London Tel: 020 7307 2482, Email: m.spencer@kingsfund.org.uk
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The Future of Ageing 2017: Transforming Tomorrow Today

Date(s)29 November 2017
OrganisationILC-UK
LocationLondon England
Speaker(s)Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics, London Business School John McTernan, Former Political Secretary to Tony Blair Jane Ashcroft, Chief Executive, Anchor
VenueAmnesty International Human Rights Action Centre
Contact 25 New Inn Yard London EC2A 3EA Tel: 0207 340 0440, Email: info@ilcuk.org.uk
Web linkhttp://www.futureofageing.org.uk/ 

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NAPA Conference Bristol: How to Connect With Your Community and Recruit Volunteers

Date(s)30 November 2017
OrganisationNational Activity Providers Association - NAPA and My Home Life
LocationBristol England
VenueArnos Vale
Contact Bath Road Bristol Tel: 020 7078 9375, Email: info@napa-activities.co.uk
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Psychological Best Practice in Inpatient Services for Older People

Date(s)30 November 2017
OrganisationBritish Psychological Society
LocationEdinburgh Scotland
DetailsAt this free event, the authors of the new guidance on Best Practice in Inpatient Services for Older People will present the major themes and recommendations from their recent work.
VenueEdinburgh Central Library
Contact George Washington Browne Room George IV Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1EG Tel: , Email:
Web linkhttp://beta.bps.org.uk/events/ps ychological-best-practice-inpatient-services-older-people-0 

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December 2017

BIT's 5th Annual World Conference of Geriatrics and Gerontology. Moving Towards the Era of Healthy Aging

Date(s)4-6 December 2017
OrganisationBIT Group Global
LocationFukuoka Japan
VenueHilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk
Contact 810-8650, Fukuoka-Shi 2-2-3 Jigyohama Chuo-Ku Japan Tel: 0086 411 84799609 813, Email: julia@wcgg-bit.com
Web linkwww.bitcongress.com 

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Dementia 2017. Managing Demand, Improving Care

Date(s)5 December 2017
OrganisationOpen Forum Events
LocationBirmingham England
VenueThe Studio
Contact 7 Cannon Street Birmingham B2 5EP Tel: 0161 376 9007, Email: info@openforumevents.co.uk
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Falls Prevention Summit 2017: Reducing Inpatient Falls and Harm from Inpatient Falls

Date(s)6 December 2017
OrganisationHealthcare Conferences UK
LocationManchester England
Speaker(s)Dr Martin Vernon, National Clinical Director for Older People and Integrated PersonCentred Care, NHS England; Zoe Packman, Head of Professional Development, NHS Improvement;Professor Cameron Swift, Specialist Committee Member, Falls Prevention Quality Standard,NICE
VenueManchester Conference Centre
Contact Weston Building Sackville Street Manchester M1 3BB Tel: 01932 429933, Email:
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Northern Long Term Care

Date(s)6 December 2017
OrganisationLaingBuisson
LocationLeeds England
DetailsThis regional conference aims to bring together leading speakers and delegates from across the residential, domiciliary and housing with care sectors to discuss the challenges and changing landscape faced by providers of care for older people in the Northern market.
VenueHilton Leeds City
Contact Neville Street Leeds LS1 4BX Tel: +442078339123, Email: events@laingbuisson.com
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January 2018 and beyond

Priorities for NICE in Health and Social Care: Funding, Quality and the Life Sciences Industrial Strategy

Date(s)11 January 2018
OrganisationWestminster Health Forum
LocationLondon England
VenueLondon
ContactSam Dolton Tel: 01344864796, Email:
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The Future For UK Pension Funds: Regulation, Consolidation and the Impact of Brexit

Date(s)25 January 2018
OrganisationWestminster Business Forum
LocationLondon England
Speaker(s)Lesley Titcomb, Chief Executive, The Pensions Regulator; Graham Vidler, Director, External Affairs, Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association; Professor Andrew Clare, Professor of Asset Management, Cass Business School; Rosalind Connor, Partner, ARC Pensions Law; Charles Cowling, Director, JLT Employee Benefits; Bruce Porteous, Investment Solutions Director, Aberdeen Standard Investments; Terry Pullinger, Deputy General Secretary (Postal), Communication Workers Union; Professor Paul Sweeting, Head of Actuarial Science, University of Kent. Baroness Drake and Baroness Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson for Work and Pensions have kindly agreed to chair.
VenueCentral London
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AgeingFit 2018

Date(s)6-7 February 2018
OrganisationAgeingFit
LocationNice France
DetailsAgeingFit is the first European business convention dedicated to innovation in the healthy ageing sector, gathering all actors in the innovation cycle from research to market, along with the key players in regulation and evaluation with the objective of identifying future market needs and promoting current innovative products and services for the senior market.
VenueNice Acropolis
ContactMathieu Delmotte Palais des Congres 1 Esplanade Kennedy F-06302 Nice France Tel: +33 (0)3 28 55 90 60, Email: mdelmotte@eurasate.com
Web linkhttp://www.ageingfit-event.com/ 

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AgeingFit: Accelerating Innovation For The Senior Market

Date(s)6-7 February 2018
OrganisationAgeingFit
LocationNice France
DetailsThe conference programme includes topics on prevention in food and nutrition, innovation in home and connected care; innovation in institutions, and financing and regulations.
VenueNICE Acropolis
ContactMathieu Delmotte Palais des Congres 1 Esplanade Kennedy F-06302 Nice France Tel: +33 (0)3 28 55 90 60, Email:
Web linkhttp://www.ageingfit-event.com/ 

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LGA/ADPH Annual Public Health Conference and Exhibition 2018: Closing the Health Inequalities Gap

Date(s)1st March 2018
OrganisationLocal Government Association and Association of Directors of Public Health
LocationLondon England
Speaker(s)Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, Chair, ukactive; Professor Tom Kirkwood CBE, Professor Emeritus, Newcastle University Institute for Ageing
VenueVictoria Park Plaza
Contact 239 Vauxhall Bridge Road London SW1V 1EQ Tel: , Email: events@local.gov.uk
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Key Issues For Older People's Care and an Ageing Population: Funding, Innovation and Service Redesign

Date(s)9 March 2018
OrganisationWestminster Health Forum
LocationLondon England
DetailsThis morning seminar will assess the policy priorities for improving care for older people and meeting the demands of an ageing population in England.
Speaker(s)Professor Martin Vernon, National Clinical Director for Integration and Frail Elderly, NHS England; Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, CQC
VenueCentral London
ContactSam Dolton Tel: 01344 864796, Email:
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The Future of Pensions Auto-enrolment Policy: Engagement, Coverage and Contribution Levels

Date(s)20 March 2018
OrganisationWestminster Business Forum
LocationLondon England
Speaker(s)Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope, Chair; Jackie Oatway, Automatic Enrolment Programme Director, Department for Work and Pensions; Darren Ryder, Director of Automatic Enrolment, the Pensions Regulator; Jamie Jenkins, Head of Pensions Strategy, Standard Life, Chair Lead for Engagement, Government Review of Automatic Enrolment; Ruston Smith, Trustee Director, The Peopleás Pension, Chair Lead for Coverage, Government Review of Automatic Enrolment; Chris Curry, Director, Pensions Policy Institute
VenueCentral London
ContactMarc Gammon Tel: 01344 864796, Email:
Web linkwww.westminsterbusinessforum.co.uk 

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Aging in America

Date(s)26-29 March 2018
OrganisationAmerican Society on Aging
LocationSan Francisco United States
VenueHilton San Francisco
Contact Union Square 333 OáFarrell Street San Francisco, CA 94102 Tel: , Email:
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Dementia 2020

Date(s)17 April 2018
OrganisationGovConnect
LocationLondon England
Speaker(s)Jeremy Hughes CBE Chief Executive Alzheimer`s Society; Margaret Willcox OBE President ADASS; Hilary Evans Chief Executive Alzheimer's Research UK; Andrea Sutcliffe Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care Care Quality Commission;Professor Gillian Leng CBE Director for Health and Social Care NICE; Sarah Pickup OBE Deputy Chief Executive Local Government Association
VenueRoyal Society of Medicine
Contact 1 Wimpole Street London W1G 0AE Tel: +44 (0)161 246 6240, Email: enquiries@govconnect.org.uk
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24th Nordic Congress of Gerontology. Lessons of a Life Time

Date(s)2-4 May 2018
LocationOslo Norway
DetailsThe theme, Lessons of a life time, indicates that not only the state of being old is important, but also the journey individuals and societies travel to get there. We want to take stock of current scientific knowledge on individual and societal ageing, and we also wish to take a critical look at where we need to focus in the future. In what way can hard-earned lessons provide the wisdom and knowledge to guide us to improve ageing in current and future populations?
Contact Tel: +47 6128 7320, Email: 24nkg@gyro.no
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ISG's 11th World Conference of Gerontechnology. Evolving Designs for Our Future Selves

Date(s)7-11 May 2018
OrganisationInternational Society for Gerontechnology
LocationSt Petersburg United States of America
VenueHilton Bayfront Hotel
Contact 331 1st Street St. Petersburg Florida Tel: , Email: isg2018@sfu.ca
Web linkhttp://www.sfu.ca/isg2018 

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London Creativity and Wellbeing Week

Date(s)4-10 June 2018
OrganisationLondon Arts in Health Forum
LocationLondon England
Web linkwww.lahf.org.uk 

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International Federation on Ageing 14th Global Conference. Towards A Decade of Healthy Ageing: From Evidence to Action

Date(s)8-10 August 2018
OrganisationInternational Federation on Ageing
LocationToronto Canada
VenueChelsea Hotel Toronto
Web linkhttps://www.ifa2018.com/ 

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Aging and Society: Eighth Interdisciplinary Conference: Aging, Life-course and Social Change - A Common Ground Conference

Date(s)18-19 September 2018
OrganisationAging and Society Research Network
LocationTokyo Japan
VenueToyo University
ContactPatricija Kirvaitis 5-28-20, Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku Hakusan Campus - Toyo University Tokyo 112-0001 Japan Tel: , Email:
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Aging in America

Date(s)15-18 April 2019
OrganisationAmerican Society on Aging
LocationNew Orleans United States
VenueHyatt Regency New Orleans
Contact 601 Loyola Avenue New Orleans LA 70113 USA Tel: , Email:
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International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress 2019. Towards Capability in Ageing: From Cell to Society

Date(s)23-25 May 2019
OrganisationInternational Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics - European Region
LocationGothenburg Sweden
VenueSwedish Exhibition and Congress Centre
Contact Mńssans Gata / Korsvńgen Gothenburg Sweden Tel: +46 31 708 86 90, Email: iagger2019@meetx.se
Web linkhttp://iagger2019.se/contact/ 

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Aging in America

Date(s)24-27 March 2020
OrganisationAmerican Society on Aging
LocationAtlanta United States
VenueHyatt Regency Atlanta
Contact 265 Peachtree St NE Atlanta GA 30303 USA Tel: , Email:
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Aging in America

Date(s)6-9 April 2021
OrganisationAmerican Society on Aging
LocationSan Diego United States
VenueManchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
Contact 1 Market Place San Diego CA 92101 USA Tel: , Email:
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