IAGG2019 IAGG TAGG

SUBMISSION

Topic for Keynote Speakers, Invited Speakers and Submitted Symposium
Topic for contribute papers/posters
  • A1.   Cardiovascular disease
  • A2.   Cerebrovascular disease
  • A3.   Cognitive impairment and dementia
  • A4.   Comprehensive geriatric assessment
  • A5.   Continence
  • A6.   Depression
  • A7.   Diabetes mellitus
  • A8.   Effective exercise approaches
  • A9.   Emergency care for older people
  • A10. Falls and mobility
  • A11. Frailty and Sarcopenia
  • A12. Geriatric oral health
  • A13. Healthy ageing
  • A14. Hypertension
  • A15. Immunisation of older people
  • A16. Infection in older people
  • A17. Medication management
  • A18. Metabolic syndromes
  • A19. Neoplastic diseases in older people
  • A20. Nutritional assessment and management
  • A21. Osteoporosis and fracture prevention and management
  • A22. Pain assessment and management
  • A23. Peri-operative care for older people
  • A24. Progressive neurological disorders
  • A25. Psychiatric disorders
  • A26. Quality in health care
  • A27. Quality of life
  • A28. Rehabilitation
  • A29. Respiratory disorders
  • A30. Translating evidence into practice
  • B1.   Ageing and metabolism
  • B2.   Anti-ageing drug trials
  • B3.   Biology and new models of ageing
  • B4.   Biomarkers of ageing
  • B5.   Decline of adaptive homeostasis, hormesis and proteostasis
  • B6.   Decline of physical and mental resilience
  • B7.   Environmental determinants of ageing
  • B8.   Exercise and musculoskeletal factors of ageing
  • B9.   Genetics of longevity and ageing
  • B10. Mechanisms of ageing and longevity
  • B11. Mitochondria and ageing
  • B12. Molecular etiology of age-related disease
  • B13. Nutritional interventions
  • B14. Oxidative stress and ageing
  • B15. Pharmacogenetics, nutrigenics and ageing
  • B16. Protein aggregation and ageing
  • B17. Stem cell and cell therapy of age-related diseases
  • C1.   Active ageing
  • C2.   Ageing well
  • C3.   Cognitive assessment
  • C4.   Cognitive impairment and quality of life
  • C5.   Cognitive impairment processes in ageing
  • C6.   Everyday lives of older people
  • C7.   Family dynamics and mental health
  • C8.   Gender issues in ageing
  • C9.   Healthy adaptation to retirement
  • C10. Impact of global financial pressures on ageing well
  • C11. Learning and education
  • C12. Mental health
  • C13. Mental health and primary care
  • C14. Mental health and well-being
  • C15. Mental health in rural and regional areas
  • C16. Pastoral care
  • C17. Social engagement and participation
  • C18. Spirituality and ageing
  • C19. Stress and ageing
  • C20. Understanding lived experience
  • C21. Voices of older people (eg. self-help / advocacy)
  • C22. Volunteering and community service
  • C23. Work and retirement
  • D1.   Abuse and neglect
  • D2.   Age friendly environments/communities
  • D3.   Aged care
  • D4.   Best practice in aged care nursing
  • D5.   Care-giving
  • D6.   Culture and cultural differences
  • D7.   Discrimination on age and gender
  • D8.   Dying well (preparing for natural death at end of life)
  • D9.   Ensuring quality care in residential care
  • D10. Family and intergenerational relationships
  • D11. Globalisation and ageing
  • D12. Health equity
  • D13. Home and community-based service models and outcomes
  • D14. Homelessness
  • D15. Housing for older people
  • D16. Impact of global financial pressures on ageing well
  • D17. Indigenous elders
  • D18. Indigenous services
  • D19. Living to advanced age
  • D20. Long-term care insurance
  • D21. Longitudinal studies on ageing
  • D22. Nursing and other workforce issues
  • D23. Pension reform and social security
  • D24. Person centered services
  • D25. Population ageing and social policy
  • D26. Poverty
  • D27. Quality in residential care
  • D28. Refugee and migrant elders
  • D29. Suicide in older people
  • D30. Technology adoption
  • D31. The built environment
  • D32. The mass media and older people
  • D33. Trends of Asia / Oceania ageing
  • D34. Urbanization and migration
  • D35. Welfare
  • D36. Working into older age
  • E1.   Accommodation for senior workers
  • E2.   Age-friendly communication devices
  • E3.   Age-friendly public transportation
  • E4.   Artificial intelligence in gerontechnology
  • E5.   Ambient assisted living
  • E6.   Assistive technologies
  • E7.   Education in gerontechnology
  • E8.   Entrepreneurships in gerontechnology
  • E9.   Fun technologies for the older adults
  • E10. Housing adaptation for older adults
  • E11. Information and communication technology applications for life-long learning
  • E12. Information and communication technology for independent living for older adults
  • E13. Innovations in gerontechnology
  • E14. Mobility aids and assistive devices
  • E15. Online social network for the older adults
  • E16. Rehabilitation engineering
  • E17. Robotic applications for older adults in daily living
  • E18. Robotic applications in healthcare
  • E19. Senior fitness and sports
  • E20. Smart living applications for older adults
  • E21. Social impacts of gerontechnology
  • E22. Socially assistive robots
  • E23. Technology applications in long term care
  • E24. Technology for senior drivers
  • E25. Telehealth services and business models
  • E26. Voluntary work for the older adults