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Aging 2024

About Conference

The 3rd Global Conference on Aging and Gerontology is independently organized by Conference Series and held on July 25-26, 2024 at London, UK. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to present talks that are idea-focused on a wide range of aging-related research work, to foster learning. This conference mainly focuses on Accumulating worldwide research on Aging and Gerontology.

Conference Series welcomes every one of the participants, moderators, and exhibitors from everywhere throughout the world to London, UK. Aging 2024 gathering brings Geriatricians, Gerontologists, Doctors, Professors, Social Workers, Palliative Care Specialists, Nurses, Health Care Administrators, Researchers, and Students from around the globe under a solitary rooftop. The subject of this current year's meeting is "Exploring the World Towards Healthy Aging" and will proceed with the goals of helping therapeutic experts in the geriatric field and also the overall population to comprehend and relate to inspire activities to help old individuals over the globe.

Aging increases people's risk of diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, stroke, and many others. Of the approximately 150,000 people who die each day worldwide, approximately two-thirds die of age-related causes.


Scientific Sessions

1. Clinical Gerontology: This track focuses on providing direct care and services to older adults. Professionals in this track may work in healthcare settings such as hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and rehabilitation centers, providing medical treatment, therapy, and other forms of support to older patients.

2. Research and Academic Gerontology: This track is geared towards individuals interested in conducting research on aging-related topics or teaching gerontology at the academic level. Researchers in gerontology may explore areas such as the biology of aging, cognitive aging, health disparities, aging policy, and interventions for promoting healthy aging.

3. Long-Term Care Administration: This track focuses on the management and administration of long-term care facilities and services for older adults, including nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and home care agencies. Professionals in this track may pursue careers as administrators, directors, or managers of aging services organizations.

4. Policy and Advocacy: The policy and advocacy track focuses on influencing public policies and legislation to address the needs and rights of older adults. Professionals in this track may work for government agencies, non-profit organizations, advocacy groups, or research institutes, advocating for policies that support aging populations and protect their interests.

5. Clinical Geriatrics: This track focuses on providing direct clinical care to older adults. It involves training in geriatric assessment, multimorbidity management, medication management, geriatric syndromes (such as falls, delirium, and frailty), and end-of-life care. Professionals in this track may work as geriatricians, primary care physicians with a focus on geriatrics, or healthcare providers in geriatric specialty clinics, nursing homes, or hospital-based geriatric units.

6. Acute Care Geriatrics:  Acute care geriatrics emphasizes the management of acute medical issues in older adults, particularly those admitted to hospitals or emergency departments. This track involves training in geriatric emergency medicine, perioperative care for older surgical patients, and hospital-based geriatric consultation services. Professionals in this track may work as hospitalists, emergency medicine physicians, or geriatricians providing acute care to older adults.

7. Geriatric Psychiatry: Geriatric psychiatry specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of mental health disorders in older adults. This track involves training in assessing and managing conditions such as depression, anxiety, dementia-related behavioral disturbances, late-life psychosis, and substance use disorders in older populations. Professionals in this track may work as geriatric psychiatrists in inpatient or outpatient settings, memory clinics, or nursing home facilities.

8. Rehabilitation Geriatrics: Rehabilitation geriatrics focuses on restoring functional independence and quality of life in older adults with physical disabilities or functional impairments. This track involves training in comprehensive geriatric rehabilitation assessments, interdisciplinary rehabilitation interventions, adaptive equipment prescription, and community reintegration strategies. Professionals in this track may work in inpatient rehabilitation units, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, or skilled nursing facilities.

9. Geriatrics nursing: It is known, as gerontological nursing is a specialized area of nursing that focuses on providing comprehensive care to older adults. Nurses in this field play a crucial role in promoting health, managing chronic conditions, preventing complications, and optimizing the quality of life for older patients. Geriatrics nurses conduct thorough assessments of older adults to identify their unique healthcare needs, including physical, cognitive, emotional, and social aspects. This assessment helps nurses develop individualized care plans tailored to the specific needs and preferences of older patients.

10. Geriatric Nutrition: Older adults often have different nutritional requirements compared to younger adults due to changes in metabolism, body composition, and nutrient absorption. Geriatric nutrition takes into account factors such as decreased caloric needs, increased protein requirements to prevent muscle loss, and specific nutrient needs for bone health, immune function, and cognitive health.

11. Urology in Geriatrics:  As people age, they are more likely to experience urological issues due to changes in the urinary system, comorbidities, and age-related factors. Urinary incontinence, the involuntary loss of urine, is a common urological issue in older adults. It can have a significant impact on quality of life and independence.

12. Geriatric Endocrinology &Diabetes: Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes in older adults, characterized by insulin resistance and relative insulin deficiency. Geriatric endocrinologists develop individualized treatment plans for older adults with type 2 diabetes, focusing on lifestyle modifications (such as diet and exercise), oral antidiabetic medications, injectable therapies (such as insulin or glucagon-like peptide-1 agonists), and monitoring blood sugar levels to achieve glycemic control and prevent complications.


Market Analysis

Global Market Analysis of Aging and Gerontology :

Aging is defined as the state of being where the body's functioning gradually slows down.

From previous analysis, it is found that the older adults were aging healthily and systematically and the following generation may also age healthily.

From the analysis, it is estimated that the older person's growth rate will be increased much faster by 2030.

The aging market is expected to have healthy growth over the period with the increase of the older adult population and their care management services.

North America, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and MEA are considered as key regional markets for aging and gerontology.

The aging market is expected to show a positive market trend with a value of US$ 79.5 Billion by 2024 with a growing CAGR of 7.98% during 2019-2024.

North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific hold a market share of up to 60%.





List of Universities Associated with Aging and Health in Worldwide:

Case Western Reserve University

Gerontology Schools

Portland State University

University of Brenau University

University of Stirling

Lakehead University

Madonna University

Ohio University

San Diego State University

University of Bedfordshire

Bangor University


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Conference Date July 25-26, 2024

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