Long term care is one of the most rapidly growing industries in the world, especially in Asia where the number of people aged 80 and above will quadruple to more than 250 million by 2050. This conference will bring together academics, policy makers and industry leaders to explore new directions in Long Term Care, focusing on the coordination between policy initiatives and industry and investment imperatives. Opportunities for interaction between industry representatives, and between industry and policy makers, will be facilitated.
This is the fourth conference in a triennial series which began in 2007 in Berlin, with more than 1000 participants. Since then, events have been held in Hong Kong and Atlanta, and the conference series has gained an enviable reputation as one of the world’s strongest in bringing together industry and policy leaders in the field.
The program will comprise a combination of keynote presentations, panels, plenary sessions and concurrent contributed papers. Topics to be addressed will include but are not limited to: Long-term care insurance and investment, care models for the future, aged care workforce, assistive technologies, and allied health support.
- Pip O’Keefe, East Asia and Pacific Sector Specialist for Social Protection at the World Bank
- Professor Carol Jagger, AXA Professor of Epidemiology of Ageing and Deputy Director of the Newcastle University Institute for Ageing (NUIA), University of Newcastle, UK
- Professor Hiroko Akiyama, Institute of Gerontology, The University of Tokyo
- Professor Du Peng, Vice President, Renmin University of China
Other speakers will be announced in due course
Contributed papers and poster presentations will be invited on a wide range of topics related to aged care in early 2018.
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Discover more from industry innovators in the dedicated exhibition space, where sponsors and exhibitors will showcase the latest models, services and products for long term care.
Call for Papers opens February 2018
Registration Opens April 2018