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Healthy Ageing 2014


17th July 2014
Venue:
Friends House
173 - 177 Euston Road
NW1 2BJ, London

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About the conference



Healthy Ageing, Conference 2014

We take great pleasure in inviting you to our Healthy Ageing conference, which will take place at the Friends House, London on the 17th of July 2014. We are pleased to offer an exciting programme provided by a number of national experts.

Life expectancy has risen exponentially in the UK in the past 50 years. One in six people are currently over 65 years. By 2033 that figure is projected to rise to 25% of the UK's population. While the population can, on the whole, look forward to longer years of good health, many people will be living with one or more chronic condition contributing to disability, diminished quality of life, and increased impact on social services.
It is therefore vital that health professionals and policy makers act to establish a physical and social infrastructure that might foster better health and wellbeing in older age.

Leading experts in the field of healthy ageing will be discussing different programmes and strategies to promote a healthy and independent lifestyle and how to reduce the societal and individual costs. This will include current policies, community initiatives, chronic pain management and care for mental health, which is one of the most daunting and potently costly consequences of ever-longer life expectancies.

Based on current empirical research and evidence-based practical issues this conference explores topics including:

  • The policy context

  • Depression in older adults

  • Current strategies in care for patients with Dementia

  • Co-morbidities of ageing

  • Pain management, rehabilitation and lifestyle-based interventions to enhance health and wellbeing in older age

  • Frailty and lifestyle

  • Integrated care- promoting physical activity in older age

Plenary sessions will be interspersed with questions and answer sessions and panel discussions. The meeting represents a valuable opportunity to network, share knowledge and ideas, and consider collaborative projects.

Chaired by:

Dr Abebaw Yohannes
Reader in Physiotherapy at the Department of Health Professions, Manchester Metropolitan University

Chair's welcome and overview and Depression in Older Adults

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Dr Abebaw Yohannes

Reader in Physiotherapy at the Department of Health Professions, Manchester Metropolitan University




Speakers and Topics:

Professor Christina Victor
Professor of Public Health / Associate Deputy (Research) - School Management, Health Studies at Brunel University

The policy context


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Professor Christina Victor

Professor of Public Health / Associate Deputy (Research) - School Management, Health Studies at Brunel University




Speaker to be advised

Current strategies in care for patients with Dementia

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Dr Anton Emmanuel

Senior Lecturer in Neuro-Gastroenterology at University College London and Consultant Gastroenterologist at University College Hospital and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery




Professor Marion E T McMurdo
Professor at Medical Research Institute/Cardiovascular and Diabetes at University of Dundee

Co-morbidities of ageing

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Professor Marion E T McMurdo

Professor at Medical Research Institute/Cardiovascular and Diabetes at University of Dundee




Professor Pat Schofield
Professor Pat Schofield, Professor of Nursing, Department of Acute & Continuing Care, School of Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich

Pain management, rehabilitation and lifestyle-based interventions to enhance health and wellbeing in older age

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Professor Pat Schofield

Professor Pat Schofield, Professor of Nursing, Department of Acute & Continuing Care, School of Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich




Speaker to be advised

Frailty and lifestyle


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Dr Miranda Lomer

Honorary Senior Lecturer in Nutritional Sciences




Professor Dawn Skelton
Professor in Ageing and Health, at Glasgow Caledonian University

Integrated care- promoting physical activity in older age


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Professor Dawn Skelton

Professor in Ageing and Health, at Glasgow Caledonian University




Programme

Target Audience:


Geriatricians, Epidemiologists, Public Health Physicians, Mental Health Professionals, Physiotherapists, Sports Science Therapists, Exercise Physiologists, Nurses, Researchers, Policy makers, Social Scientists and Practitioners with a research interest in healthy ageing.

Pharmaceutical company research, development and marketing managers interested in medical treatments.



Friends House

Getting here

Friends House couldn't be easier to reach: By rail: From its position opposite Euston's rail and tube stations, it is a ten minute walk from King's Cross Station and St Pancras International Terminus. All major rail terminals are easily reached by tube. By tube: The nearest tube stations are Euston and Euston Square, which are on the Northern, Victoria, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines.

By bus: Numbers 10, 18, 30, 73, 205 and 390 pass the door whilst 59, 68, 91, 168, and 253 stop nearby. By car: Friends House is within a meter parking zone. Charges must be paid Monday to Friday 08.30 - 18.30 and Saturday 09.00 - 13.30. There are alternative, longer-term parking facilities under Euston Station. Please note that Friends House is within the congestion charge zone.

International visits: St Pancras International Terminus is a ten minute walk away. Nearby Paddington Station offers a frequent shuttle service to Heathrow Airport. All London airports are easily reached from Euston.


Testimonials
"Just a note to say thank you for everything yesterday – your staff were all very efficient and friendly and our meeting attendees were happy with the facilities" Deborah Brown British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies "
The service we received was excellent from the reception staff to the technical team who helped me with the data projector on the day. The catering was also excellent. Once again thank you for making my meeting run smoothly and we will definitely be using your rooms again in the future" Rachel Osborne British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies

"As a local authority we needed to keep costs down and Friends House seemed the right kind of venue at a reasonable price"
Janice Walls (East Sussex County Council)

"Location is important, but the facilities matter too. With Friends House, I know everything I've booked will be there when I ask for it, so I'm not constantly running around getting things sorted out."
Matt Rhoades (Refugee Council)

"The staff, service and facilities at Friends House were superb"
Kate Moir (BBC Children in Need)

"We needed a venue that was more or less central to people travelling from different parts of the U.K. The service has been very helpful & flexible and the team was very courteous. There was a good choice of fish, meat and vegetarian options, laid-out in an attractive manner. I will recommend you to others as an excellent venue" Chris Reedyk (UK Polarity Therapy Association) "...we had an excellent day in your Elizabeth Fry Suite, which was a wonderful environment for our committee Away Day. Light and spacious and with flexibility in set up, it provided us with everything we wanted, and your service was first class – thank you to everyone!"


Sponsorship

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Please download the Sponsorship PDF for detailed sponsorship opportunities.

The organiser is more than willing to discuss your ideas and adjust available opportunities for your existing materials, presentations or to convert our space to your idea, as long as this does not detract from the conference.

Fore more information and pricing please download the sponsorship pdf or contact us via email or phone:

Mr. Charlie Ioannou
Telephone: 0207 617 7374
Email: charlie@medineo.org

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