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Successful ageing: a multi-professional approach, 26/2/18, RSM London


Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
Organised by
Food & Health Forum , General Practice with Primary Healthcare Section

See website for programme and registration

Accreditation: 6 CPD Points

This one day multi-disciplinary meeting will bring together older adult and expert views on topics such as diet and prevention of dementia, what successful ageing means to an older adult, drug-nutrient interactions, malnutrition in vulnerable older people and preventing hospital re-admissions through good nutrition. Delegates will focus on keeping an ageing population healthy, active and socially included.

A joint meeting between the Food & Health Forum and the General Practice with Primary Healthcare and Geriatrics & Gerontology Sections, this day will emphasise the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach to the challenges of ageing.

workshop rotations
What do care homes expect from others?
Ms Teresa Williams, Matron, Walton Heath Manor

Training and support programmes - enabling people living with dementia to thrive
Ms Deborah Anderson, Project Leader, Dementia Adventure and Mr Simon Thorp, Head of Business Development and Innovation, Dementia Adventure

Drug-nutrient interactions
Ms Alison Smith, Prescribing Support Dietitian, Aylesbury Vale and Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Groups and Chair, British Dietetics Association Older People’s Group, Ms Jacqui Kent, Care Homes Pharmacist and Dr Tatiana Christides, President, Food & Health Forum

Keeping busy in the community improves health: An interactive roleplay with advice from Age UK Westminster
Mr John Norton, Lay Council Member, General Practice with Primary Healthcare Section and Ms Susan Mustafa, Writer

How can GPs facilitate successful ageing?
Professor Clare Gerada, GP and Past Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners

When to refer from secondary care into geriatric services
Professor Peter Crome, Honorary Professor, University College London


Early bird rates

RSM members: £25 - £90
Non members: £35 - £130

Standard rates - from Tuesday 23 January 2018

RSM members: £50 - £125
Non members: £60 - £165

Following registration you will be contacted appropriately by email with; your booking confirmation, feedback survey and attendance certificate. For full details of the RSM privacy policy, click here. Programme subject to change.

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