While we’re on the subject of conferences being held in Canberra this year, the Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) are extending the closing date for abstract submissions for their November conference, until Friday 29th April 2016.
The conference theme is “Capitalising on the Ageing Dividend: Reimagining Our Future” and submissions are welcome on a variety of ageing-related topics, including palliative care and end-of-life care.
What’s cool about the abstract submissions? Authors are asked to submit a 100-character “Tweetable” along with their abstract.
As we adjust to the New Year (hello 2016), Palliverse is looking back at some of our posts over the past year. Being palliative care nerds, Team Palliverse have been lucky to attend numerous Australian, New Zealand and international conferences over the past year. Click the links below to attend vicariously or relive some of them:
Stay tuned in 2016 for more conference updates – Team Palliverse are already begging for leave and furiously submitting abstracts. And if you are attending a conference that would be of interest to Palliverse readers, and would like to share a summary, please contact us!
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Social media is a broad term that includes all sorts of online platforms and interactions, from the blogs* I follow (and share) via my RSS reader, to Youtube videos, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, slideshare and beyond. This week’s “Elsewhere in the Palliverse” visits the intersection of social media, palliative care and research.
Online abstract submission is now open for the Asia Pacific Hospice Conference in Taipei, Taiwan (30 April – 3 May 2015), with the theme “Transforming Palliative Care”. More information is available at the conference website.