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67th Annual & Scientific Meeting of the Irish Gerontological Society 2019

Irish Gerontological Society

Thursday, 26 September 2019 at 17:30 - Saturday, 28 September 2019 at 12:00 (IST)

67th Annual & Scientific Meeting of the Irish...

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Early Bird
This option expires at midnight Friday 16th August 2019. Includes attendance at all conference sessions each day; access to exhibition and poster displays; morning and afternoon refreshments; lunch on Friday 28th Sept; conference materials including programme; annual membership of IGS. Does not include admittance to Satellite Symposium on Thurs 26th. This must be booked separately below.
Ended €200.00 €0.00
Standard Registration (From Sat 17th Aug - Tues 24th Sept 2019)
Includes attendance at all conference sessions each day; access to exhibition and poster displays; morning and afternoon refreshments; lunch on Friday 29th Sept; conference materials including programme; annual membership of IGS. Does not include admittance to Satellite Symposium on Thurs 26th. This must be booked separately below. Note: online registration closes Tuesday 24th September.
25 Sep 2019 €250.00 €0.00
Conference Dinner, Friday 27th September
Conference Dinner is taking place in the hotel. Cost includes wine with the meal. Onsite (late) booking rate for this dinner will be €85.00 (subject to availability).
25 Sep 2019 €65.00 €0.00
One Day - Friday 27th September
Includes attendance at Friday's conference sessions; access to exhibition and poster displays; morning and afternoon refreshments; lunch; conference materials including programme; annual membership of IGS. Note: online registration closes Tuesday 24th September.
29 Sep 2019 €175.00 €0.00
One Day - Saturday 28th September
Includes attendance at all conference sessions on Saturday; access to exhibition and poster displays; morning refreshments; conference materials including programme; annual membership of IGS. Note: online registration closes Tuesday 24th September .
29 Sep 2019 €100.00 €0.00
Subsidised Retired
This ticket includes attendance at all conference sessions each day; access to exhibition and poster displays; morning and afternoon refreshments; lunch on Friday 29th Sept; conference materials including programme; annual membership of IGS. Does not include admittance to Satellite Symposium on Thurs 26th. This must be booked separately below. Note: online registration closes Tuesday 24th September.
29 Sep 2019 €50.00 €0.00
Satellite Sponsored Symposium -Thursday 26th Sept 19.30-21.45
SUBSIDISED DELEGATE RATE. Theme:Improving Services in Chronic Disease Management for Older People. The speakers will explore the strategic direction for chronic disease management in Ireland. Speaker biographies and other details available on conference website. This Satellite Symposium will be open to non delegates. Note: reservations will close when bookings reach capacity.
26 Sep 2019 €30.00 €0.00
Irish Frailty Network Interest Group. Fri 27th 13.30
Inaugural Meeting of the Irish Frailty Network Interest Group. Theme: Developments in Education, Quality Improvement and Research. All IGS members are welcome to attend this meeting provided you are a registered delegate of this Scientific Meeting. For background information, please see the conference website.
27 Sep 2019 Free €0.00
Nursing Symposium
This symposium is open to all IGS delegates from a nursing background. To attend this symposium you must book in advance online and be a fully registered delegate of this Scientific Meeting by selecting one of the paid registration types above.
27 Sep 2019 Free €0.00
HSCP Symposium
This symposium is open to all delegates (including students) from allied health backgrounds. Programme information coming soon. To attend this symposium you must book in advance online and be a fully registered delegate of this Scientific Meeting by selecting one of the paid registration types above.
27 Sep 2019 Free €0.00
ISPGM Autumn Meeting
This is a private meeting for existing members of the Irish Society of Physicians in Geriatric Medicine (ISPGM). This society of consultant physicians in geriatric medicine was founded in 1979. With over 120 members and growing, it is the primary physician advocacy body for the care of older persons in Ireland.
27 Sep 2019 Free €0.00
Symposium: Trainee & Junior Doctors
This symposium will be of interest to trainees, junior doctors and medical students who are encouraged and welcomed to attend. Programme information coming soon. To attend this symposium you must book in advance online and be a fully registered delegate of this Scientific Meeting by selecting one of the paid registration types above.
27 Sep 2019 Free €0.00
PADMACs
Promoting Assisted Decision Making in Acute Care (PADMACs) involves collaboration between UCD Health Systems Researchers, the Royal College of Physicians Ireland as well as care of the older person teams in two acute hospital settings. The project is developing a PlayDecide™ serious game on Assisted Decision Making (ADM). All disciplines welcome
27 Sep 2019 Free €0.00

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Irish Gerontological Society

67th Annual and Scientific Meeting 2019

Innovation, Advances and Excellence in Ageing

#igs2019 @irishgerontsoc


**For conference hotel rates: quote code IGS19 when you call the hotel**

We are pleased to announce details of our 2019 Annual and Scientific Meeting.

 This meeting is being held in collaboration with University College Cork, South Southwest Hospital Group and Cork Kerry Community Healthcare

 


Student Participation 

Students are welcome at our conference. The student must be registered as an undergraduate student or a student in a graduate entry programme at the time of submission 1 st May 2019. A student, who is the primary author, may choose to enter their abstract for the Dr. John Fleetwood Medal. Graduate entry programme students are those undertaking an accelerated degree e.g. in medicine, allied health discipline or another recognised graduate programme.

Note: Any student undertaking a MD, MSc, PhD, diploma or any further education is ineligible for this award

Student identification will be required at time of registration.

All student queries and registrations should be directed to Elaine O Connor, secretary@irishgerontology.com

 

 

We look forward to welcoming you on

Thursday 26th (Satellite Symposium), Friday 27th & Saturday 28th September 2019 at

The Clayton Hotel Silversprings Cork.

For full conference details including programme, speaker biographies, travel and accommodation, please visit the conference website

Do you have questions about 67th Annual & Scientific Meeting of the Irish Gerontological Society 2019? Contact Irish Gerontological Society

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Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, Cork
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Cork
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Thursday, 26 September 2019 at 17:30 - Saturday, 28 September 2019 at 12:00 (IST)


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Irish Gerontological Society

Transforming ageing in Ireland....

Founded in 1951, The Irish Gerontological Society (IGS) is one of the oldest multidisciplinary societies in the world concerned with gerontology: the science and study of the ageing process. We are engaged with research, education and practice in the field of ageing. This includes the study of changes in older people’s physical and cognitive health, and the social changes people experience as they age.

....through Interdisciplinary and cross-speciality engagement and collaboration....

Our core purpose is to provide leadership in advancing the science and study of ageing. Our primary role is to connect professionals and experts, link research evidence to policy and practice, and disseminate information to our members, decision-makers and society. In doing this, we aim to transform the lives of older people.

Members of the IGS stem from the whole of Ireland, representing professions and disciplines involved in areas such as health and social care, economics, the social and built environments and technology.

....towards improvements in the wellbeing, health and care of older people....

As champions of optimal ageing, we strongly believe in the strength and impact of our combined expertise and efforts. Our members connect, collaborate and network at our scientific meetings, seminars and study days. Engagement is encouraged and enabled through attendance at our events and participation in our committees, project teams, and special interest groups.

....for a better world which is age-attuned.

Throughout, we strive to stimulate both debate and action on improving the well-being and empowerment of older people. We seek to contribute to public discussion by being an authoritative voice on all aspects of ageing, informed by evidence-based research and professional practice experience. We do this in pursuit of our vision of an age-accommodating and age-attuned society, where older people are not left behind.

miriam.ahern@irishgerontology.com      www.irishgerontology.com          @irishgerontsoc

CHY No. 18858

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