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25 September - 01 October, 2016
25 September
  • Sunday, 25 September 2016

    Hack for Ageing Well is a 32 hour event for developing ideas in a creative, interdisciplinary environment: with a focus on teamwork, design thinking and prototyping.

    Two days to take on challenges in Active and Assisted Living, get coaching and information to turn your team’s ideas and concepts into prototypes, convince your peers, and engage the audience.

    More information here

     

26 September
  • Monday, 26 September 2016

    The AAL Forum is the annual showcase event for the people involved in the AAL Programme’s projects and the AAL community. Each year, it brings together policy makers, health professionals, commissioners, carers and, of course, older adults, to come and see the latest developments in this exciting area of research.

    More information on www.aalforum.eu

  • Sunday, 25 September 2016

    Hack for Ageing Well is a 32 hour event for developing ideas in a creative, interdisciplinary environment: with a focus on teamwork, design thinking and prototyping.

    Two days to take on challenges in Active and Assisted Living, get coaching and information to turn your team’s ideas and concepts into prototypes, convince your peers, and engage the audience.

    More information here

     

27 September
  • Monday, 26 September 2016

    The AAL Forum is the annual showcase event for the people involved in the AAL Programme’s projects and the AAL community. Each year, it brings together policy makers, health professionals, commissioners, carers and, of course, older adults, to come and see the latest developments in this exciting area of research.

    More information on www.aalforum.eu

28 September
  • Wednesday, 28 September 2016

    The main theme of the conference will be "Sustainable Humanity", as the innovative current meeting point in technology, services, activity, communication, robotics, housing, transports, health, care, environment, economy, law, ethics and politics worldwide. The objective will be to look at risks and benefits of technology for a life-long successful, active and healthy ageing.

    More information here

  • Wednesday, 28 September 2016

    The EHFG provides a platform for discussion where various stakeholders from the field of health policy making come together to discuss next steps for a healthier Europe. Over the years, the conference has become the leading annual health policy event in the EU. Participants and speakers come from government and administration, business and industry, civil society, and science and academia.

    This year, it is time for the 19th European Health Forum Gastein: “Demographics and Diversity in Europe - New Solutions for Health”. Europe faces unprecedented demographic change, and new solutions are needed to maintain sustainable health systems. Some of the underlying trends are increased life-expectancy, changing fertility patterns, and internal and external migration. We invite you to discuss how these and other demographic challenges can be turned into opportunities at the EHFG 2016.

    More information here

  • Monday, 26 September 2016

    The AAL Forum is the annual showcase event for the people involved in the AAL Programme’s projects and the AAL community. Each year, it brings together policy makers, health professionals, commissioners, carers and, of course, older adults, to come and see the latest developments in this exciting area of research.

    More information on www.aalforum.eu

29 September
  • Wednesday, 28 September 2016

    The main theme of the conference will be "Sustainable Humanity", as the innovative current meeting point in technology, services, activity, communication, robotics, housing, transports, health, care, environment, economy, law, ethics and politics worldwide. The objective will be to look at risks and benefits of technology for a life-long successful, active and healthy ageing.

    More information here

  • Wednesday, 28 September 2016

    The EHFG provides a platform for discussion where various stakeholders from the field of health policy making come together to discuss next steps for a healthier Europe. Over the years, the conference has become the leading annual health policy event in the EU. Participants and speakers come from government and administration, business and industry, civil society, and science and academia.

    This year, it is time for the 19th European Health Forum Gastein: “Demographics and Diversity in Europe - New Solutions for Health”. Europe faces unprecedented demographic change, and new solutions are needed to maintain sustainable health systems. Some of the underlying trends are increased life-expectancy, changing fertility patterns, and internal and external migration. We invite you to discuss how these and other demographic challenges can be turned into opportunities at the EHFG 2016.

    More information here

30 September
  • Wednesday, 28 September 2016

    The main theme of the conference will be "Sustainable Humanity", as the innovative current meeting point in technology, services, activity, communication, robotics, housing, transports, health, care, environment, economy, law, ethics and politics worldwide. The objective will be to look at risks and benefits of technology for a life-long successful, active and healthy ageing.

    More information here

  • Wednesday, 28 September 2016

    The EHFG provides a platform for discussion where various stakeholders from the field of health policy making come together to discuss next steps for a healthier Europe. Over the years, the conference has become the leading annual health policy event in the EU. Participants and speakers come from government and administration, business and industry, civil society, and science and academia.

    This year, it is time for the 19th European Health Forum Gastein: “Demographics and Diversity in Europe - New Solutions for Health”. Europe faces unprecedented demographic change, and new solutions are needed to maintain sustainable health systems. Some of the underlying trends are increased life-expectancy, changing fertility patterns, and internal and external migration. We invite you to discuss how these and other demographic challenges can be turned into opportunities at the EHFG 2016.

    More information here

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