ISG/GIA Gerontechnology master Class

Les 26 et 27 Septembre au 27, Delvalle
ISG/GIA Gerontechnology master Class


Quand ? Du 26-09-2016 à 09:00
au 27-09-2016 à 18:05
Où ? 27 Delvalle
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Day 1 - Monday September 26th

09:00-09:30 Co ee and informal Welcome by the Nice University Medical School ISG2016 Organizers, Prof. Philippe ROBERT, Prof. Olivier GUERIN, Prof. Em. Alain FRANCO

09:30-10:00 ISG Masters presentation and ISG Masterclass aims and methods. Prof. Em. Alain FRANCO

10:00-11:00 Lecture 1: Basics in Gerontechnology and ISG Matrices. Prof. Em. Herman BOUMA, ISG Grand Master, Honorary President of ISG, with the comments of Prof. Vappu TAIPALE, MD, ISG Grand Master, Finland Former Minister of Health

11 :00-13:00 Student’s poster session 1: Global presentation. Prof. Em. Alain FRANCO

13 :00-14:00 Lunch

14:00-14:45 Practical case: Developing Gerontechnology Solutions in the “Côte d’Azur” Area. Simulation in Nursing Homes Practice. Alain PERCIVALLE (Univ. Hosp. Nice), Prof. Olivier GUERIN (Nice University)

15:00-16:00 Lecture 2: The life domains of Gerontechnology. Prof. James L. FOZARD, ISG Grand Master

16:00-17:00 Student’s poster session 2: Life domains and technologies. Prof. James L. FOZARD

17:00-17:45 Practical case: Developing Gerontechnology Solutions in the “Côte d’Azur” Area. Healthy Ageing, Exercice and IT. Mathilde DEMORY-ZORY, (City of Nice), Prof. Olivier GUERIN (Nice University)

20:00 Diner for the students and Diner for the Masters (Old Nice)

Day 2 - Tuesday September 27th

8:30-9:00 Welcome co ee
09:00-09:45 Lecture 3: Long Term Care and Gerontechnology. Prof. Prof. Anthea TINKER (King’s College

10:00-11:00 Lecture 4: Guidelines for scienti c publishing in Gerontechnology. Prof. Em. Johanna E.M.H.

van BRONSWIJK (ISG Grand-Master, Editor in Chief Gerontechnology Journal) 11:00-12:00 Student’s poster session 3: Methods issues. Prof Don G. BOUWHUIS

12:00-12:45 Application: Multidimensional assessment and teamwork in preventive gerontechnology. Prof. Sue LEVKOFF (University of South Carolina)

13:00-14:00 lunch
14:00-14:45 Applied research on social sciences from gerontechnological perspectivde. Prof. Helianthe

KORT (Utrecht & Eindhoven)

15:00-16:00 Lecture 5: How to develop technology for independent living. Prof. Neil CHARNESS (Florida State University) with the comments of Prof. Andrew SIXSMITH, President of ISG, Director of AGE WELL Programme

16:00-17:00 Student’s poster session 4: economical aspects of the research (innovation) and business models. Dr. Gérard CORNET, ISG French Chapter Chair

17:00-18:00 Master’s Conclusions and Student’s Posters Awards