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About the BGS

The British Geriatrics Society is the professional body of specialist doctors, nurses, therapists and other professionals concerned with the health care of older people in the United Kingdom.

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May 2018 Newsletter

The May issue of the BGS newsletter is available:

Should the BGS change its name?
The new geriatric giants
Normal pressure hydrocephalus: treatment seeks disease?

Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts for the BGS 2018 Autumn Meeting to be held in London in November 2018. The submissions facility closes at 17:00 on 15 June.

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BGS President-Elect Elections 2018

In November, Professor Tahir Masud will succeed Dr Eileen Burns as BGS President. The BGS is opening the ballot to elect the next President-Elect.

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Research and Academic Development Committee

The Research and Academic Development (RADC) Committee has overall guardianship of the Society's grants, prizes and fellowships. With the exception of the Nurse's and Therapist's study grants, the medical student's vacation grant and the Young Doctor's Education Grant (governed through the Education & Training Committee), the A&R provides the adjudicators for all the other grants.

The RADC also oversees academic and research related published work, including adjudicating abstracts submitted for BGS Scientific meetings, assessing the presentations at the meetings for publication as an abstract supplement in the Age & Ageing journal.

The RADC has organisational responsibility for the Society's scientific programme at the BGS Scientific meetings for supporting researchers and for raising the profile of academic medicine.

The RADC is the primary liaison link with all the Society's special interest groups and the Society's involvement in clinical/academic consultations (NICE).

Chairman and Vice President for Academic Affairs: Gordon Wilcock
Deputy Chairman: Peter Passmore
Secretary: Joanna Gough

Other Committee members (as at 2014):

Frazer Anderson
Stephen Parry
Nigel Beckett
Alasdair Maclullich
Neil Pendleton
Alice Ong
Mujtaba Hasan

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