02-05 April 2023

2023 Australian Pain Society 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting

National Convention Centre Canberra, ACT

The Australian Pain Society’s ASM is the only multidisciplinary conference in Australia offering insights into the complex nature of pain management from a variety of medical, nursing and allied health perspectives. The 2023 Australian Pain Society 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting (APS 2023) is being held from 02 - 05 April 2023 at the National Convention Centre Canberra, ACT The Australian Pain Society continues to align their conference theme with the IASP Global Year; in 2023 this is, ‘In the IASP Global Year for Intergrative Pain Care'. The Scientific Program Committee is thrilled to have procured three most impressive international speakers; Dr Hopin Lee, University of Oxford, UK, Dr Melanie Noel, University of Calgary, Canada, Prof Theodore Price, University of Texas, USA. They will be joined by an inspiring range of national speakers who will provide a glance into some of the most complex and dynamic areas of pain management. The APS is focused on bringing the APS membership, and all those with an interest in pain management, a conference in 2023. We are excited to see you again face to face to network, collaborate and learn.

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27 April 2023

Frailty at Scale: Early lessons from the Nova Scotia Frailty & Elder Care Network

Kolling Auditorium RNSH, and online via Webinar

The SHP Geriatric Medicine Clinical Academic Group is please to announce we will be holding a special presentation by Prof Kenneth Rockwood followed by a networking event on Thursday April 27th 3-5pm in the Kolling and online via Webinar.

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09-12 May 2023

2023 ANZSGM Annual Scientific Meeting – Celebrating Successes and Understanding Failures

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, QLD

The theme of the 2023 ASM is ‘Celebrating Successes and Understanding Failures’. Our program will include clinical updates on organ failures, reflections on ‘healthy ageing’, debates about successful and not-so-successful interventions, and thoughts on good and not-so-good health system innovations. Two keynote speakers – Professor Kenneth Rockwood and Professor Maria Fiatarone-Singh – will offer their insights into successes and failures in Geriatric Medicine at personal, individual patient, health system and population levels.

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11 May 2023

2023 ANZSGM Annual General Meeting

12.00pm AEST, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, QLD

The 2023 ANZSGM AGM will be held at 12.00pm AEST on Thursday 11 May, 2023, at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre at Glenelg Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101. Notice of meeting will be supplied to Members ahead of time. To access the 2023 ANZSGM AGM Agenda and accompanying documents please click on the button below (accessible by members only)

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26th–28th October 2023


Napier Conference Centre, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand

Join us for three days at Napier Conference Centre in the gorgeous Hawke's Bay. We have a diverse and exciting program planned including, Advanced Trainee session, Challenges in General Medicine in the Older Person, Interactive Specialist Interest Round Robin. Guest speakers include: Prof. Adam Gordon, ​Professor of Care of Older People, University of Nottingham; President, British Geriatrics Society and Dr Sabine Sommer, Consultant Dermatologist, Te Whatu Ora Hawke’s Bay. For full program details, speakers, venue and registration details please visit our website.

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29-31 October 2023

11th Annual NIDUS Delirium Bootcamp

UNC-Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

This National Institute of Aging-funded research training bootcamp (R13185760) is now in its 11th year. This year's theme is "Advancing Translational and Implementation Research in Delirium" and will be led by a faculty of more than 15 experienced delirium researchers, who collectively, have expertise in everything from animal models, biomarkers, epidemiology, clinical trials, implementation science, delirium assessment and statistical methods (and their application in the clinical settings where delirium is most frequently encountered). The bootcamp is all about junior researcher mentorship and engagement: program highlights include interactive didactic sessions on a broad range of topics, mock-NIH study sections, formal (and informal) networking and mentorship sessions….and some great Southern food! Note: International applications are encouraged. All mentee travel/hotel costs are covered by the program. While mentee research proposals must evaluate delirium as an outcome, this can be a secondary outcome; delirium does not necessarily have to be the sole focus of the project.

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22-24 May 2024

2024 ANZSGM Annual Scientific Meeting – Still Standing

Ōtautahi Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand

Christchurch is proud to host you at the modern Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre for the ANZSGM ASM 22-24th May 2024. We are Still Standing. Christchurch has rebuilt, recovered and regenerated after adversity. We strive to keep our older people standing strong, just like our city.

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