We are a Society that works hard to improve the care of older people, and supports and guides fellow professionals
- Dr Adhi Vedamurthy
The meeting will provide a forum for education in movement disorders and is organised by the British Geriatrics Society Movement Disorders Section.
This annual 2 day weekend meeting is built around the current curriculum needs and experiences of junior doctors training for a career in geriatric Medicine.
To provide training and education for healthcare professionals to improve comprehensive clinical care for older people with cancer and to facilitate joint understanding between groups of HCPs with different areas of expertise to improve knowledge and multidisciplinary working
Join a multidisciplinary professional organisation improving healthcare for older people; Membership is free for medical students and foundation year doctors
View and download presentations delivered at the 2018 BGS Autumn meeting.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a StR with experience in Geriatric Medicine to join our large department of Ageing and Health as a 1 year Geriatric Oncology Clinical Fellow.
The British Geriatrics Society (BGS) has appointed Sarah Mistry as its new Chief Executive from February 2019. Sarah Mistry will succeed Colin Nee who announced his retirement from the BGS earlier this year, effective as of the end of January 2019.
This review features 53 studies funded by the National Institute of Health Research, which was set up to address the needs of the NHS.
The BMJ Awards returns in 2019 to recognise these hardworking teams, giving you the opportunity to celebrate successes, showcase your knowledge and gain exposure on a national scale, as well as the opportunity to attract funding and publicity to take your work to the next level.
Autumnal scenes and sunshine welcomed delegates to the 66th Irish Gerontological Society’s (IGS) Annual Scientific Meeting at the beautiful - if labyrinthine - Slieve Russell Hotel and County Club in County Cavan in late September 2018.
About fifteen years ago I had a ‘conversion’ experience. I was jointly running a regional memory clinic set up shortly after cholinesterase inhibitors were licensed, and I realised that one section of the population were being left out: people who in those days were labelled as having a Learning Disability, now relabelled Intellectual Disability.
BGS members who receive Age and Ageing as a member benefit can access the journal online for free. Simply login to our site, visit your account page and click the read journal link.