The Aging in a Digital World conference is focused on identifying gaps in research, technology, and policy that are delaying the adoption of innovations to support aging in a digital world. We seek poster abstracts on topics related to the conference’s subject matter of aging, technology, and health care policy research.
Early Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2020
Final Application Deadline: Feb. 15, 2020
Subject Matter Themes
– New models of care and health promotion for older adults and family caregivers.
– Challenges to implementing new models of care and health promotion for older adults and family caregivers.
– Technology development for aging populations.
– Novel methods for clinical research and innovation for aging and technology.
– Evidence-based digital health solutions for older adults in all care settings, including the home.
– Relevant public policy issues.
Submit a Poster Abstract
– Fill out the submission form
– Read the submission guidelines
– Prepare your 500-word poster abstract.
-Submit both documents as PDFs via email to UC Davis Health at email@example.com. Include your last name as the subject line.
If selected, you will be notified by Feb. 28, 2020.
About the Conference
This two-day conference brings together international thought leaders in aging, technology, and health care policy research, with the common goal of identifying gaps in these areas that delay the adoption of innovations to support aging in a digital world.
Apr 1 – 2, 2020
UC Davis Betty Irene Moore School Of Nursing
2570 48th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
This interactive forum and networking opportunity will focus on:
– Understanding the current challenges of implementing new models of health promotion and care for older adults and family caregivers.
– Exploring novel methods for connecting clinical research and tech innovation.
– Examining the barriers to deploying evidence-based digital health solutions to older adults in all care settings, including the home.
– Discussing forward-thinking public policy that addresses the complex demands of an aging world.