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  November 2019

What Does it Mean to Age Creatively?

Date(s)4 November 2019
OrganisationESRC and British Society of Gerontology
LocationManchester
DetailsThe British Society of Gerontology's Creative Ageing Special Interest Group are leading this event as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science. The workshop will explore the role of creativity as we age, examining how creative activity can enhance the sense of a life well lived as well as reduce some of the stigmas associated with growing older. During this seminar there will be lightning-style presentations from researchers in the area of Creative Ageing as well as invited guests.
VenueZ-arts
Contact 335 Stretford Road Manchester M15 5ZA Tel: , Email:
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14th UK Dementia Congress

Date(s)5-7 November 2019
OrganisationJournal of Dementia Care
LocationDoncaster
VenueDoncaster Racecourse
Contact Leger Way Doncaster DN2 6BB Tel: , Email:
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Future Nutrition and Healthcare for an Ageless Society

Date(s)5 November 2019
OrganisationRoyal Society of Medicine
LocationLondon
DetailsThis multi-disciplinary meeting brings together gerontologists, geneticists, epidemiologists, odontologists and nutritionists,to consider the implications of an ageless society. it will investigate the impact this might have on the UK population, the management of healthcare services from a sociological and a clinical perspective, and the part nutrition and lifestyle have to play.
VenueRSM
Contact 1 Wimpole Street London W1G 0AE Tel: , Email:
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Meeting Centres Workshop

Date(s)5 November 2019
OrganisationUK Meeting Centre Support Programme
LocationDoncaster
DetailsPart of a series of pioneer workshops to support the national rollout of Meeting Centres for people with dementia.
VenueDoncaster Racecourse
ContactMike Watts Leger Way Doncaster DN2 6BB Tel: , Email: meetingcentres@worc.ac.uk
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Prevention in an Ageing World: Implications for Policy and Practice

Date(s)5 November 2019
OrganisationInternational Longevity Centre UK ILC-UK
LocationSydney Australia
DetailsOne of a series of international events in ILC's Prevention in an Ageing World programme which explores how we can reshape the discourse around prevention and promote preventative interventions right across the life course. This pre-conference workshop, run ahead of the Australian Association of Gerontology s annual conference, will give an overview of initial research findings on the value of prevention in an ageing world and the role of health systems, followed by a participatory discussion on the implications for global policymakers.
Contact Tel: , Email: LilyParsey@ilcuk.org.uk
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Retirement Living 2019

Date(s)5 November 2019
OrganisationProperty Week
LocationLondon
DetailsThere are a number of key issues that are preventing the buoyancy of the market: planning, the housing market, how quickly it takes to sell a house, the perception of  retirement living , and delivering a model (both financially and operationally) that the customer actually wants. This event will explore how to overcome the key challenges of delivering the retirement living accommodation that is desperately needed in the UK.
VenueEtc Venues St Paul's
Contact 200 Aldersgate London EC1A 4HD Tel: , Email:
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British Geriatrics Society Autumn Meeting 2019

Date(s)6-8 November 2019
OrganisationBritish Geriatrics Society
LocationLeicester England
VenueCurve Theatre
Contact 60 Rutland Street Leicester LE1 1SB Tel: , Email:
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Community is the Best Medicine: Making a Reality of Community-based Health

Date(s)6 November 2019
OrganisationKing's Fund
LocationLeeds
DetailsExplores the vital role communities play in health and care.
VenueHorizon Leeds
Contact 2 Brewery Wharf Kendell Street Leeds LS10 1JR Tel: , Email:
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Engagement Event for UK Centre for Evidence Implementation in Adult Social Care

Date(s)6 November 2019
OrganisationHealth Foundation and Economic and Social Research Council
LocationLondon
DetailsThe Health Foundation and the ESRC have announced a £15 million fund to support the development of a unique Centre to increase the use of high quality research evidence to improve and support innovation within adult social care. From October 2019, the partners will be inviting bids from suitably qualified and experienced teams to apply to be the leadership team for the new Centre and manage its establishment, development and delivery. To support the commissioning of the Centre, the Health Foundation and ESRC will be running a series of engagement workshops to bring together potential applicants to discuss the initiative with representatives from the Health Foundation and ESRC, to explore some of the challenges they are trying to address and to build the necessary networks and partnerships needed to develop the Centre and achieve its aims.
VenueCentral London
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The Power of Personal Networks and How They Shape Our Capacity to Manage Health and Illness

Date(s)6 November 2019
OrganisationUNSW Centre for Social Research in Health
LocationSydney Australia
DetailsA personal network is a  small worlds  micro social system combining the relationships people (egos) develops and maintain with other individuals (alter). This seminar explores how working with personal networks can take the aspiration of self-management beyond the confines of traditional medical and health care settings to an arena in which connections and the mobilisation of resources might act as powerful sources of support.
VenueUNSW
Contact Room 221/223 Level 2, John Goodsell Building UNSW Sydney UNSW Kensington NSW 2052 Australia Tel: , Email:
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Accessible Europe For All

Date(s)8 November 2019
OrganisationEuropean Disability Forum
LocationHelsinki Finland
DetailsA European seminar on the stage of implementation of the European Accessibility Act. Accessibility is promoted on a wide scale within the EU as part of a barrier-free and accessible design for all citizens. This will not only create wellbeing but also growth potential through new solutions that promote full participation in society by all persons, regardless of their functional disabilities. The topic is closely linked to the Presidency theme of a wellbeing economy.
VenueScandic Park Helsinki
Contact Mannerheimintie Helsinki Suomi Finland Tel: , Email:
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Social Work Innovations

Date(s)11 November 2019
OrganisationCompass Jobs Fair
LocationLondon
DetailsA free conference and exhibition for social work and care professionals.
VenueMarriott Hotel
Contact Grosvenor Square London W1K 6JP Tel: , Email:
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Creative Ways to Improve Movement and Quality of Life in Age-related Conditions

Date(s)12 November 2019
OrganisationManchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing MICRA
LocationManchester
DetailsIt is increasingly recognised that alternative approaches such as arts-based therapies and group activities can contribute to well-being for older people, across physical, cognitive, social and emotional domains. Research into these novel non-medical approaches may help lead to increased provision and choice to promote healthy ageing and support neurorehabilitation. This event will hear from researchers exploring different novel interventions to improve movement and quality of life in Parkinson s and stroke.
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Deprivation of Liberty

Date(s)12 November 2019
OrganisationWestminster Forum Projects
LocationLondon
DetailsThis seminar will discuss the practical implications of reforms emanating from the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Act. The Act is designed to simplify the authorisation of health and social care arrangements whilst ensuring that patients are not unnecessarily being deprived of their liberty.
VenueCentral London
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Engagement Event for UK Centre for Evidence Implementation in Adult Social Care

Date(s)12 November 2019
OrganisationHealth Foundation and Economic and Social Research Council
LocationEdinburgh
DetailsThe Health Foundation and the ESRC have announced a £15 million fund to support the development of a unique Centre to increase the use of high quality research evidence to improve and support innovation within adult social care. From October 2019, the partners will be inviting bids from suitably qualified and experienced teams to apply to be the leadership team for the new Centre and manage its establishment, development and delivery. To support the commissioning of the Centre, the Health Foundation and ESRC will be running a series of engagement workshops to bring together potential applicants to discuss the initiative with representatives from the Health Foundation and ESRC, to explore some of the challenges they are trying to address and to build the necessary networks and partnerships needed to develop the Centre and achieve its aims.
VenueEdinburgh
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Building the Dementia Pathway: Delivering Place-based Care

Date(s)13 November 2019
OrganisationKing's Fund and Alzheimer's Society
LocationLondon
DetailsThe move to integrated ways of working through integrated care systems and primary care networks, and other commitments in the NHS long-term plan around personalised care, provide opportunities to meet the growing need for dementia care and improve support for people affected by dementia.
VenueKing's Fund
Contact Cavendish Square London W1G 0AN Tel: , Email:
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Ageing, Health and Wellbeing: Good News or Bad?

Date(s)14 November 2019
OrganisationKing's College London, Institute of Gerontology and Age UK
LocationLondon
DetailsAge UK and King's Institute of Gerontology Annual Lecture in memory of David Hobman.
Speaker(s)Professor Andrew Steptoe, Professor of Psychology and Epidemiology, Head of Department of Behavioural Science and Health at University College London, and Director of the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA).
VenueGreat Hall
Contact Strand Campus King's College London WC2R 2LS Tel: , Email: eventsrsvp@ageuk.org.uk
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First International Congress: Ageing Communities Development Challenges

Date(s)14-16 November 2019
OrganisationPolytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco
LocationCastelo Branco Portugal
Speaker(s)Antonio Fonseca, David Reher, Malcolm Payne, R Fernandez-Ballesteros
VenueEscola Superior Agrária de Castelo Branco
Contact Quinta da Senhora de Mércules 6000-909 Castelo Branco Portugal Tel: , Email:
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Home: Keeping it Personal. The Annual RCOTSS-Housing Conference

Date(s)14-15 November 2019
OrganisationRoyal College of Occupational Therapists
LocationNewcastle upon Tyne
DetailsTopics covered include assisted living technology; making homes more dementia friendly through the use of aids and adaptations; and innovative practice in Scotland and England.
VenueThe County Hotel
Contact Neville Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5DF Tel: , Email: Further information
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Rolling Out Integrated Care Systems: Population Health Management, Scaling Up and Local Delivery

Date(s)14 November 2019
OrganisationWestminster Health Forum
LocationLondon
Speaker(s)Dr Claire Fuller, Lead, Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System and Member, NHS Assembly; Rob Webster, Chief Executive, South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Member, NHS Assembly; Julie Wood, Chief Executive, NHS Clinical Commissioners
VenueCentral London
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Death and Diversity: Exploring Creative Equality and Inclusion

Date(s)15 November 2019
OrganisationSt Christopher's Hospice
LocationLondon
DetailsThe Arts team at St Christopher s Hospice are mounting their fourth conference to explore how the arts can be utilised to make sense of and provide comfort at the end of life and in bereavement. The themes for the conference are: diversity in death and dying, creative approaches and interventions focused on the integration of one or more of the protected categories to support dying (age; disability; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership; pregnancy and maternity; race; religion or belief; sex; sexual orientation); creative approaches to multiculturalism in death; cross cultural dialogues about dying mediated through the arts; reflections on the role the arts play in opening the field to more diverse, integrated, multicultural ways of dying; reflections on the role the arts play in the creation of meaning and the framing of the dying experience through the valuing of diversity.
VenueSt Christopher's Hospice
Contact 51-59 Lawrie Park Road London SE26 6DZ Tel: , Email:
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Meeting Centres Workshop

Date(s)15 November 2019
OrganisationUK Meeting Centre Support Programme
LocationLondon
DetailsPart of a series of pioneer workshops to support the national rollout of Meeting Centres for people with dementia. Similar events are taking place in Leeds, Manchester, Scotland and South Wales.
VenueAge UK
Contact Tavis House 1-6 Tavistock Square London WC1H 9NA Tel: , Email: meetingcentres@worc.ac.uk
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Prevention in an Ageing World: Implementing Best Practice

Date(s)15 November 2019
OrganisationInternational Longevity Centre UK ILC-UK
LocationAustin, Texas USA
DetailsOne of a series of international events in ILC's Prevention in an Ageing World programme which explores how we can reshape the discourse around prevention and promote preventative interventions right across the life course. This roundtable discussion will run alongside the Gerontological Society of America conference in Austin, Texas. The discussion will explore the case for prevention of ill health across the life course and how best practice can be implemented into practice within health systems.
Contact Tel: , Email: LilyParsey@ilcuk.org.uk
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Hospice UK Annual Conference. Dying for Change

Date(s)20-22 November 2019
OrganisationHospice UK
LocationLiverpool
VenueACC Liverpool
Contact Kings Dock Liverpool Waterfront Liverpool Merseyside L3 4FP Tel: , Email:
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National Children and Adult Services Conference 2019

Date(s)20-22 November 2019
OrganisationAssociation of Directors of Children's Services, Directors of Adult Social Services and Local Government Association
LocationBournemouth England
DetailsAn annual event for councillors, directors, senior officers, directors of public health, policy makers and service managers, and any individuals or organisations with responsibilities for children and adults services in the statutory, voluntary and private sector.
VenueBournemouth International Centre
Contact Exeter Road Bournemouth BH2 5BH Tel: , Email:
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Age Discrimination: A European Phenomena?

Date(s)22 November 2019
Organisation50 Plus Foundation
LocationMauritshuis The Hague
VenueMauritshuis Museum
Contact Mauritshuis Plein 292511 CS The Hague Tel: , Email:
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Arts 4 Dementia: Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Facilitators

Date(s)22 November 2019
OrganisationArts 4 Dementia
LocationLondon
DetailsA full-day training session designed to give arts facilitators greater understanding, increased skills and confidence in communicating and working creatively with people experiencing the early stages of dementia and their carers. The training will help art facilitators and education staff work towards reaching new audiences, making their institutions more inclusive, and increasing their impact in the community.
VenueScience Museum
Contact Exhibition Road London SW7 2DD Tel: , Email:
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Declining Fertility and Ageing Population in East Asia: Then and Now

Date(s)27 November 2019
OrganisationManchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing MICRA
LocationManchester
DetailsEast Asia has serious problems with low birth rates and ageing populations. In this public symposium, leading experts on ageing or population in Japan, Taiwan and South Korea will discuss issues surrounding fertility decline and ageing population in East Asia, past and present. The symposium aims to foster understandings of East Asia, and at the same time, to help us to consider similar issues that have happened in Britain.
VenueSaint Peters House
Contact Oxford Road Manchester M13 9GH Tel: , Email:
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European Day of Persons with Disabilities 2019

Date(s)28-29 November 2019
OrganisationEuropean Commission and European Disability Forum
LocationBrussels Belgium
DetailsThe 2019 conference will be an opportunity to discuss the preliminary findings of the public consultation on the European disability strategy 2010-2020, as well as the delegates  expectations for the next decade. Inspiration from outside the EU is also to be brought and participants will hear about inclusion in sport and discuss how it can be improved.
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Access City Award

Date(s)29 November 2019
OrganisationEuropean Commission
LocationBrussels Belgium
DetailsThe Access City Award is a prize for Europe's most accessible cities. All European cities with a population over 50 000 are eligible. On 29 November 2019, the European Commission will announce the winners of the 10th Access City Award edition (1st, 2nd, and 3rd places) at a ceremony closing the European Day of Persons with Disabilities  conference in Brussels.

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December 2019

1st World Congress on Falls and Postural Stability

Date(s)4-7 December 2019
OrganisationBritish Geriatrics Society
LocationKuala Lumpur Malaysia
VenueKuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Contact Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur Jalan Pinang Kuala Lumpur 50088 Malaysia Tel: , Email: secretariat@wcfps2019.org
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The Future of Ageing 2019

Date(s)5 December 2019
OrganisationILC-UK
LocationLondon
DetailsThis year's conference will focus on the economic opportunities of ageing and how businesses, third sector organisations and the public sector can maximise the longevity dividend.
Speaker(s)Andy Briggs, UK Longevity Council; Sir Hector Sants, The Money and Pensions Service; George MacGinnis, UK Research and Innovation; Yvonne Sonsino, Mercer; Mike Short, Department of International Trade; Paul McGarry, Greater Manchester Combined Authority; Jeremy Hughes, Alzheimer's Society; Andrew Scott, London Business School; Anna Dixon, Centre for Ageing Better; Julian Evans, Knight Frank; Martin Coppack, Fair by Design; Rachel Lloyd, Message House
VenueWellcome Trust
Contact Wellcome Collection 183 Euston Road London NW1 2BE Tel: , Email: events@ilcuk.org.uk
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Improving Dementia Outcomes in England. Research, Personalised Care and Health and Social Care Integration

Date(s)10 December 2019
OrganisationWestminster Health Forum
LocationLondon
DetailsDiscussion will reflect findings in the Dementia 2020 Challenge: Progress Review, which included local variation in diagnosis rates and uptake of post-diagnostic support, a lack of focus on recruiting those with dementia to take part in research and challenges for improving quality of care - such as restricted funding, increasing demand for beds and nursing, and workforce shortages.
Speaker(s)Professor Alistair Burns, National Clinical Director for Dementia and Older Peoples  Mental Health, NHS England; Elaine Rashbrook, Consultant Specialist, Life Course, Public Health England; Professor Martin Green, Care England; Alison Murray, Care Quality Commission; Professor Dame Louise Robinson, Newcastle University; Professor Helen Rostill, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and University of Surrey
VenueCentral London
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January 2020

AgeingFit 2020

Date(s)28-29 January 2020
OrganisationAgeingFit
LocationNice France
VenueNice Acropolis
Contact 1 Esplanade John Fitzgerald Kennedy 06000 Nice France Tel: , Email:
Web linkhttps://www.ageingfit-event.com/ 

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Care Homes, Housing, Health and Social Care Learning Network

Date(s)30 January 2020
OrganisationKing's Fund and My Home Life
LocationLondon
DetailsThis learning network, starting on 30 January, is designed to improve and promote collaborative working between care homes and the housing, health and social care sectors. Care home residents have some of the most complex health and social care needs in our society and better partnership working could enhance their wellbeing and reduce the number of avoidable hospital admissions from care homes. It could also enable older people to have more voice, choice and control over what happens to them, as they would have in their own home. Six localities will join the learning network which will offer four one-day meetings. Each locality can bring a group of up to five partners from across care homes, housing, health and social care to the network to support and learn from each other.
VenueKing's Fund
Contact Cavendish Square London W1G 0AN Tel: , Email:
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February 2020 and beyond

Integrated Care for People with Multiple Long-term Conditions

Date(s)4 February 2020
OrganisationKing's Fund
LocationLondon
DetailsMore than 8 million people in England live with three or more long-term health conditions. Improving integrated care and joined-up services can have a huge impact on the lives of people with several long-term conditions, how they manage their health and wellbeing and how they encounter the health and care system.
VenueKing's Fund
Contact Cavendish Square W1G 0AN Tel: , Email:
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Understanding Advanced Care Planning for People Living With Dementia

Date(s)4 February 2020
OrganisationUniversity of Stirling, Faculty of Social Sciences
LocationStirling Scotland
DetailsAn interactive training day to increase understanding of dementia, its prevalence and implications for care.
VenueDementia Services Development Centre
Contact Iris Murdoch Building University of Stirling FK9 4LA Tel: , Email:
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Improving End of Life Care for People with Dementia

Date(s)14 February 2020
OrganisationHealthcare Conferences UK
LocationLondon
VenueDe Vere West One Conference Centre
Contact 9-10 Portland Place London W1B 1PR Tel: , Email:
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RCN Pain and Palliative Care Workshop

Date(s)26 February 2020
OrganisationRoyal College of Nursing and RCN Older People's Forum
LocationLondon
VenueRCN London
Contact 20 Cavendish Square London W1G 0RN Tel: , Email:
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Older People's Health and Social Care Conference

Date(s)10 March 2020
OrganisationNIHR Health and Social Care Workforce Research Unit,Age UK London and Making Research Count
LocationLondon
DetailsFurther details available late in 2019.
VenueCouncil Room
Contact King's College London Strand Campus London WC2R 2LS Tel: , Email: jess.harris@kcl.ac.uk
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Home Care Expo 2020

Date(s)17-18 March 2020
OrganisationPrysm ENC Ltd
LocationBirmingham
VenueNEC Birmingham
Contact The NEC Hall 8 Pendigo Way Marston Green Birmingham West Midlands B40 1NT Tel: +44 (0)117 990 2109, Email:
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Hope in the Age of Dementia: New Science, New Knowledge, New Solutions. ADI International Conference

Date(s)19-21 March 2020
OrganisationAlzheimer's Disease International (ADI)
LocationSingapore
VenueSingapore EXPO
Contact 1 Expo Drive Singapore 486150 Tel: , Email:
Web linkhttps://adi2020.org/ 

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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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Researching Social Bodies: Self, Institutions and Societies. BSA Annual Conference 2020

Date(s)21-23 April 2020
OrganisationBritish Sociological Association
LocationBirmingham
DetailsContemporary explorations of bodies generate a broad range of potential thematic questions for this event. These include: What role are bodies playing in current disputes over who is a citizen in different global locations and who has the right to cross state boundaries? Does the concept of the  social body  retain validity in contexts of fragmented identities and fractured ties to the state? Looking at issues such as disability and age, how important are bodies as vehicles for citizenship rights and welfare entitlement? What do contemporary disputes over gender and the body say about the intersection of medical, scientific and political classifications in establishing legitimate bodies ? In what ways do bodies play into intersectional dynamics of inequality and marginalisation? How important are bodies in understanding some of the costs of long-term austerity?
VenueAston University
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Dementia 2020. The Final Review

Date(s)28 April 2020
OrganisationGovConnect
LocationLondon
DetailsIn 2015 the Prime Minister launched his Challenge on Dementia 2020, which set out to build on the achievements of the Prime Minister s Challenge on Dementia 2012-2015. The Implementation Plan published in March 2016 outlined how the 50 commitments set out in the Challenge would be met, ensuring that England becomes the world-leader in dementia care, research and awareness by 2020. The plan provided more detail on how these commitments, across the four core themes of risk reduction, health and care, awareness and social action, and research would be met. For the last 4 years, Govconnect s Dementia 2020 series of conferences ('16, '17, '18, '19) have allowed government departments, arms-length bodies, the NHS and local authorities, research institutions, and the charity and voluntary sector to hear from senior leaders from many of the key partner organisations involved in the 2020 Challenge. This last event in the series will provide the opportunity for a conclusive review of the 2020 strategy, and an assessment of the forward steps that have been made in the journey to transform dementia care, support and research.
VenueRoyal Society of Medicine
Contact 1 Wimpole Street London W1G 0AE Tel: , Email:
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Leading the Way in Dementia Care: A Leadership Programme for Social Care Managers

Date(s)29-30 April 2020
OrganisationDementia Services Development Centre
LocationStirling Scotland
DetailsTwo day course.
VenueDSDC
Contact DSDC Iris Murdoch Building University of Stirling FK9 4LA Tel: , Email:
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Alzheimer's Society Annual Conference

Date(s)18-19 May 2020
OrganisationAlzheimer's Society
LocationLondon
VenueEtc Venues
Contact 133 Bishopsgate London EC2M 3TQ Tel: , Email:
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London Creativity and Wellbeing Week

Date(s)18-24 May 2020
OrganisationLondon Arts in Health Forum and Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance
LocationLondon
DetailsNo further details.
VenueLondon
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The Alzheimer's Show

Date(s)5-6 June 2020
OrganisationAlzheimer's Society
LocationLondon
VenueOlympia London
Contact Hammersmith Road Kensington London W14 8UX Tel: , Email:
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Second International Summit on Aging and Gerontology: Indepth of Aging

Date(s)15-16 June 2020
OrganisationSciinov
LocationLondon
VenueLondon
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LGA Annual Conference

Date(s)30 June - 2 July 2020
OrganisationLocal Government Association
LocationHarrogate
Contact Tel: , Email: amanda.spicer@local.gov.uk
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Ageing and Sustainability in a Time of Transition

Date(s)1-3 July 2020
OrganisationBritish Society of Gerontology
LocationBristol
VenueUniversity of the West of England
Contact Frenchay Campus UWE Coldharbour Lane Bristol BS16 1QY Tel: , Email: bsgconference2020@britishgerontology.org
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International Day of Older Persons 2020

Date(s)1 October 2020
OrganisationUnited Nations for Ageing
LocationNew York United States of America
DetailsBetween 2017 and 2030, the number of persons aged 60 years or over is projected to grow by 46 per cent (from 962 million to 1.4 billion) globally outnumbering youth, as well as children under the age of 10. Moreover, this increase will be the greatest and most rapid in the developing world. Population ageing is poised to become one of the most significant social transformations of the 21st century. Older people have always played a significant role in society as leaders, caretakers and custodians of tradition. The International Day of Older Persons is an opportunity to highlight the important contributions that older people make to society and raise awareness of the opportunities and challenges of ageing in today s world.
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Integrated Care 2020. The Building Blocks of Integrated Care and Population Health Systems

Date(s)24 November 2020
OrganisationGovConnect
LocationLondon
VenueRoyal Society of Medicine
Contact 1 Wimpole St London W1G 0AE 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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