Geriatrics Nursing and Palliative Care
Nov 19 – Nov 20 all-day

Following the footsteps of an incredible previous International conference in the field of Geriatric Gerontology and Palliative Medicine,  Conference series has its stage all set for the onset of the 10th International Conference on Geriatric Nursing and Palliative Care during the adorable time period of Nov 19 – 20 at the alluring city of Paris, France, wherein , the scientific program holds in itself , a mind-blowing amalgamation of formats , spread from keynote sessions to an exquisite and highly interactive discussion sessions.


The 8th International Congress on Geriatric Gerontology  and Palliative Medicine (Geriatric Conference 2018) aims at a vivid and thought-worthy discussion on the latest research results along with technological headway in the mentioned field and thus brings on Geriatricians , specialized nurses , physiotherapists , general physicians along with Orthopedic and Neurological experts round the globe , under one single roof , on account of their valuable views getting shared and exchanged , in order to proliferate the field of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine. Conference series is used-to in organizing 500+ International Conferences every year across USA, Europe & Asia with associated aid from 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 500+ Open Access Journals which contains over 3000 lionized personalities, Reputed scientists as its editorial board members.


Importance and Scopes

Justification of Geriatrics Nursing 2018 lies on to the care and study of the various possible measures to cope up with the problem of the era, in regard to the field of Geriatric and Palliative Medicine, the burning issue prevalent for the time-being. Besides the normal researches going on, in the field of concern, Geriatrics Nursing 2018 aims to re-inforce the suitable medication procedures available and policies that would help the grey-hairs and neo-natals get the life filled with happiness and relief via a common platform of influential and interactive discussion for the eminent and upcoming brimming talents in the field of Geriatric Nursing and Palliative Care.


Aging, being a very natural process, and various associated and un-associated incurable diseases being a very vital part, it becomes a matter of immense concern standing at the present era. Besides, splitting of the associated scientific knowledge and experience in all conjoined fields and areas applicable to Geriatrics gerontology and associated scientific fields. As far as the sessions of the Geriatric Conference 2018 are concerned , the young scholars and talents associated to the field will get an opportunity to frame up the essential Human Network , related to the concerned field in Europe and globally. Moreover, Geriatric Meet 2018 would provide a stage for early Career geriatricians to proliferate the developments in their professional life. Furthermore, Geriatric gerontology and Palliative Medicine 2018 would provide a basement for exchange of scientific information in the field of recent gerontological care advancements and Palliative Care. By the same token, Geriatrics 2018 would provide a scope to spot out the knowledge gaps, which is necessary to get filled. Last but not the least, the geriatric conference 2018would help, promote the role of health promotion and related precautions and preventions in improving quality of life of the elderly.

Why to attend geriatric 2018?

  • Exchange of thoughts and human framework with famous geriatricians, gerontologists, human services providers, other than specific medical attendants and scientists from more than 40 nations.
  • Discussing out methods for quality enhancements and activities that may be actualized into training to enhance the heath care standards.
  • Chit-chatting out ways to collaborate in putting quality and associated care initiatives, throughout the geriatric and gerontology research.
  • Access to a core audience of professionals and decision makers and can increase visibility with the help of branding and networking at the conference.
  • Get to know and discuss out the key news and challenges associated, with senior level speakers.
  • Through presentations, panel discussions, round table discussions and associated workshops, wherein every topic can be covered from top to bottom from global macro-issues to strategies and further to tactical issues.


AAG National Conference 2018 @ Convention and Exhibition Centre, South Wharf
Nov 21 – Nov 23 all-day

AAG’s flagship event for practitioners, professionals and stakeholders in gerontology is only few weeks ahead. Do not miss the chance and join us in Melbourne on the 21st to 23rd November for the 2018 AAG Conference.

The theme for this conference is “Advancing not retiring: Active players, a fair future”. This theme builds on previous recent AAG conference presentations where the importance of both enabling and appreciating the contributions that older people make to their families, communities and society was acknowledged. The conference theme also acknowledges that opportunities for advancement are not evenly spread across the community. Older people who are poor, homeless, speak a language other than English, are LGBTI or from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander backgrounds are less likely to be able to advance in older age than those who have more advantages.

The AAG Conference is the place to hear about cutting edge research from leading national and international experts in the area of ageing. The high-quality program will include over 250 presentations and discussions led by International and Australian speakers.
Be inspired: Hear from leading International and Australian experts and stakeholders.

Keynote Speakers include:
• Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP – Minister Aged Care and Indigenous Health
• Sir Michael Marmot (Gary Andrews international Fellow)
• Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM (David Wallace Address)

Australian Association of Gerontology
Nov 21 @ – Nov 23 @

Abstract themes:

1. Health and Medical

2. Service delivery and workforce

3. Policy, advocacy and planning

4. Social engagement and wellness

5. Environment, design, innovation and technology


The Future of Ageing 2018
Nov 29 all-day

Kensington, London W8 5SY

ILC UK are pleased to announce that our next Future of Ageing Conference will take place on Thursday 29th November 2018.

Our annual Future of Ageing conferences have been described by delegates as ‘one of the best conferences I have ever attended’. The conferences assemble experts from the fields of health, housing, finance and business to identify the challenges and opportunities posed by an ageing society.

ILC UK expect over 250 attendees to join us at the conference, including policy-makers; business leaders; charity sector experts; public sector decision makers; local authority staff; academics; and senior journalists. Last year we had journalists attending from 8 national (UK) newspapers including the FT, Times, Daily Mail, and The Guardian.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Caroline Dinenage MP, Minister of State for Care
  • Baroness Ruth Lister, Emeritus Professor of Social Policy and former Head of the Child Poverty Action Group
  • Dr Paul Dornan, Child Poverty expert in the Department of International Development at Oxford University
  • Ashwin Kumar, Chief Economist, Joseph Rowntree Foundation

We have exciting plans for this year. More to come on this very soon…

20th National Care Awards 2018
Nov 30 all-day
20th National Care Awards 2018 @ London | England | United Kingdom

We are delighted to announce the National Care Awards are returning in 2018 for the 20th Anniversary Year! They will culminate with our distinguished, black tie, Awards Presentation Dinner on Friday 30 November 2018 at the outstanding Hilton London Metropole, on the Edgware Road. 

The National Care Awards is the longest established Annual Awards and is organised by social care’s leading publication, Caring Times. Caring Times reflects the opinion leaders in the social care sector, focusing on news affecting the private, public and not-for-profit providers of nursing and residential care. The Awards were devised to celebrate the very best people in the long-term care sector, highlighting excellence and rewarding those who work tirelessly to provide consistently outstanding care. The Awards are completely free to enterand this year there are 18 categories overall, see below for all of the details!


ICT 2018: Imagine Digital – Connect Europe @ AUSTRIA CENTER VIENNA
Dec 4 – Dec 6 all-day

CT 2018 will take place in Vienna on 4-6 December 2018. This research and innovation event will focus on the European Union’s priorities in the digital transformation of society and industry. It will present an opportunity for the people involved in this transformation to share their experience and vision of Europe in the digital age.

In an open and participatory event, organised by the European Commission and the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, citizens can join science community members, policymakers, and fellow ICT-enthusiasts to discuss the future in a digital Europe.

Explore ICT 2018

ICT 2018 will have four main components converging around the theme Imagine Digital – Connect Europe: Conference, Exhibition, Networking opportunities and Innovation and Startups forum.

The Conference programme will feature influential speakers and debates around the EU’s digital policy. The programme will involve relevant parties from industry, research and public bodies. The ‘Imagine18’ campaign will reach out to generations ranging from teenagers to the elderly to learn how citizens feel about the digital revolution and its effects on daily life.

As part of the ICT 2018 Exhibition programme, EU-funded research and innovation successes will be presented to the public. Visitors will also have the chance to meet the innovators behind these projects.

ICT 2018 offers networking opportunities both offline and online. Participants can meet and engage with the academic and research community, decision-makers, as well as business representatives.

The Innovation and Startups forum will bring together market-oriented innovators and investors, and will present marketable research and innovation results from EU-funded projects.


Ageing Asia Investment Forum
Dec 6 all-day

More info to come and see the website


Silver architecture awards 2018
Dec 6 all-day
Jan 29 – Jan 30 all-day

AgeingFit is the first european business convention dedicated to innovation in the healthy ageing sector.

AgeingFit is the European event dedicated to business partnerships and innovation in the healthy ageing sector. It brings together 600 actors from more than 20 countries, who contribute to identify tomorrow’s market needs and promote today’s innovative products and services for the Senior Market.

Silver Health covers the fields of prevention allowing seniors to be autonomous and in « good health » as long as possible, and also the care of old and sick people staying in hospitals or geriatric homes.

Silver Economy

Covering the needs and demands of seniors over 50, the Silver Economy covers many products and services using very different technologies, including home automation, sensors and connected objects.

The sector deals with the heterogeneous and difference of consumption between active retirees and dependent older people, and evolves within a complex financing ecosystem that does not facilitate a clear definition of the sector stakeholders relationships.

In this context, how can we predict that the Silver Economy will become a fully-fledged sector of activity where companies currently involved, would feel included, despite the diversity of their activities? What are the current and future initiatives to be taken in order to make the Silver Economy a clearly established economic and industrial sector?

Key reasons to attend

Because innovating alone has become a real challenge for any organization, regardless of its size or status, engaging in partnerships becomes inevitable to succeed.

Ageingfit offers a constructive framework to meet the needs of all players in regards to innovation in silver economy and health. During the last edition, all stakeholders’ profiles (industrials, retirement and nursing homes, associations, health insurance providers, investors, etc.) registered on the partnering platform to exchange and innovate together.

Ageingfit represents a unique opportunity to develop research and business collaborations, and to promote the innovation to foreign ecosystems, in order to facilitate partnerships in this new and promising sector.


To best meet the demands of the sector, AgeingFit combines 4 activities:

One-to-one meetings: Meet your future business or innovation partners during one-to-one meetings

Innovation pitches: Discover the services, products and technologies of tomorrow in Silver Economy and Health

Exhibition: Be involved and play an active role in the sector

Conferences and roundtable discussions: Find out about the latest trends and issues of the sector


3rd Interventions in Aging Conference
Mar 3 – Mar 6 all-day

A plethora of genetic, dietary and pharmacological interventions can extend healthy lifespan in laboratory animals, and can delay or ameliorate diverse aging-related diseases. Many of the signalling pathways involved are evolutionarily conserved, and are starting to be implicated in human aging. This raises the intriguing possibility of performing preventative medicine against the chronic diseases of our time by targeting the main risk factor for all of them, namely aging. Two important current challenges in the field are (1) to understand the downstream pathways by which longevity interventions combat age-related loss of function and pathology, and (2) to translate the findings into the extension of human healthspan.

This third meeting will continue to explore these topics, with particular emphasis on the systemic environment, mitochondria, biomarkers and frailty, immune aging and the protective effects of natural products.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify and understand translational approaches to extend human healthspan
  • Understand emergent areas of research in aging
  • Obtain an advanced view on the molecular biology and genetics of aging
  • Understand for profit approaches to mitigate human aging

Target Audience

  • Basic scientists in the field of aging research using animal models.
  • Human researchers interested in biomarkers of aging
  • Clinical trials specialists in aging and associated diseases.
  • Scientists and other professionals developing aging interventions.
  • Investors looking to enter this new space
  • Educated public

Educational Need

The aging field encompasses a wide range of biology, involving many model organisms and, with respect to mammals, the involvement of many tissues. In addition, translational strategies to modify the rate of aging range from lifestyle change to drugs and, more recently stem cell-based therapeutics. As such, there is an abiding need to bring together scientists across diverse fields with the purpose of providing a clear overview of the state of basic research in aging and the development of translational strategies. The goal is to create cross-fertilization between scientists in different areas, accelerating the development of interventions that extend human healthspan.

Student Offer

Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity for students! Register an academic at the earlybird rate of $1,822 and bring a student for only $850. Unfortunately, Postdocs are not eligible. Both registration packages include; accommodation for the 03rd, 04th, 05th March 2019 (on a shared basis for students) and a 24hour all-inclusive food and beverage package for the conference period. Once registered, please contact Meredith Willmott ( to obtain a special registration link for your student.

Confirmed Plenary Speakers:

Shin-ichiro Imai (Washington University in St. Louis)

Darren Baker (Mayo Clinic)

Janet Lord 
(University of Birmingham)

Joan Mannick (Restorbio)

Aleksandra Trifunovic (University of Cologne)

Dennis Villareal (Baylor College of Medicine)

Confirmed Invited Speakers:

Thiruma Arumugam (National University of Singapore)

Bonnie Blomberg (University of Miami)

Steven Braithwait (Alkahest)

Katrin Chua (Stanford University)

Kaare Christensen (Danish Aging Research Center)

Jan Gruber (Yale NUS College)

Jesús Gil (MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences)

Marcia Haigis (Harvard Medical School)

Jackie Han (PICB Shanghai)

Dudley Lamming (University of Wisconsin)

William Mair (Harvard T.H. Chan)

Darcie Moore (University of Wisconsin)

Thomas Nystrom (University of Gothenburg)

Dave Schubert (Salk Institute)