Medicine in an Ageing Society

One day conference
23 November 1999, London

ON-LINE information on the Internet:
www.bmjpg.com/guides/ageing/data/ageing.htm
 
What are the implications of demographic change for British Medicine?
 

The BMJ, in conjunction with the Debate of the Age, are holding this one-day conference to examine the possible effects of an ageing society on the practice of medicine, medical education and medicine's institutions.
 
With plenary sessions and a choice of six different workshops, this conference will be highly interactive and educational. Contributors include: Sir Donald Irvine, London; Professor Kay-Tee Khaw, Cambridge; Professor David Hall, Sheffield; and Professor Sir John Grimley Evans, Oxford. Topics to be considered include:
 

  • Ageism in the NHS
  • The implications of demographic change for medical services and medical training
  • The young in an older society
  • Innovative primary care for older people
  • Long term care
  • Planning ahead

 
Book early to ensure your place, by completing the registration form enclosed.
 
I look forward to seeing you at what will prove to be a stimulating and productive day.
 
Yours faithfully
Richard Smith
Editor BMJ

Published: 1. 9. 1999 / Responsible person: Administrátor 2. LF UK