3 - 6 October 2023

11th Fragility Fracture Network Global Congress

Oslo, Norway

Featuring an engaging and multidisciplinary program featuring international plenary speakers from across the world sharing research and ideas! Congress highlights include: • 17 plenary talks by leading experts • 16 in depth workshops • 70 oral abstract presentations • Sponsored symposia • More than 100 scientific posters • Discussions and networking with fellow enthusiasts and experts.

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6 October 2023 2023

Dementia Trials Australia, Annual Scientific Meeting: The new era in AD therapies

The University of Sydney

Join Dementia Trials Australia for our 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting. Get the latest update on clinical trials in Alzheimer's Disease from Australian keynote speakers.

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19 - 20 October 2023

2nd Geriatric Emergency Medicine Tasmania (GEMTAS) 2 day education course

The second annual training days in Geriatric Emergency Medicine are now over a two-day course and incorporating a dedicated Trauma in the Older Persons (TOPS) course. GEMTAS provides practical and up to date knowledge on assessment and management of older patients in the Emergency Department Setting and dignity of risk in balancing hospital vs. community-based care. This course is delivered by local and interstate speakers with a keynote from international GEM expert, Associate Professor Michael Stern from New York Presbyterian Hospital. This is a hybrid event with both in person attendance in Hobart Tasmania and online.

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21 - 22 October 2023

ANZSGM Vic Division Peer Review Weekend – “Physician Heal Thyself”

Portsea Golf Club, Portsea, VIC 3944

The Bienniel Peer Review Weekend will be held on the 21-22 October 2023 and will be hosted by the Peninsula Health Geriatric Medicine Department down at the Portsea Golf Club. The weekend will provide an opportunity for personal and professional reflection, as well as a chance to reconnect and network with colleagues in the beautiful surroundings of the Mornington Peninsula. With a focus on physician wellbeing, the weekend program includes an exciting line-up of talks from keynote speakers including internationally recognized mindfulness expert Prof. Craig Hassed, paediatric rheumatologist and co-founder of the Pandemic Kindness Movement A/Prof Jane Munro, and author Alison Coughlan.

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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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23 Nov - 25 Nov 2023

ANZSPM 2023 Medical and Surgical Update Meeting

Novotel Melbourne on Collins, 270 Collins Street, 3000 Melbourne

Thursday 23rd Nov: Trainee & New Fellow Day Friday 24th & Saturday 25th Nov: ANZSPM Medical and Surgical Update Meeting Gathering on the lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Aboriginal people of the Kulin Nation, in Melbourne, Victoria, the organising committee and ANZSPM Council welcomes you to the 8th ANZSPM Medical and Surgical Update. This is an important intensive meeting for medical clinicians, training doctors and advanced practice nurses who work in Palliative Care across Australia and New Zealand. Focusing on emerging, changing or challenging areas of practice, that impacts on specialist palliative care delivery remains our aim and we hope our Update meeting will reflect these ambitions. Ideally, we hope you can join us in person, with online hybrid available, and embrace the learning experience that we hope we can provide for you. Assoc. Prof. Mark Boughey, Conference Convenor

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22-24 May 2024

2024 ANZSGM Annual Scientific Meeting

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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05 - 8th September 2024

ANZSPM 2024 Biennial Conference

Adelaide, SA

We’re excited to announce that we have officially released the Save the Date for the 30th-anniversary of our Biennial Conference; 30 Years of Palliative Medicine: Constructing, Challenging, Transforming. The Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine 2024 conference will be held in leafy Adelaide. The conference will be four days with international and national plenary speakers, workshops, invited and offered papers and posters, a trainee day, and satellite sessions, all surrounded with fun, fellowship and learning.

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