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Issues in Aging

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2014 Issues in Aging Program

The Institute of Gerontology’s Issues in Aging conference is one of the longest running, well-recognized professional conferences of its kind. The annual conference held every May since 1989 provides healthcare professionals with best practices and current research in the field in geriatrics and gerontology. The two-day event attracts speakers from around the country and attendees from throughout Michigan and surrounding states. In addition, the two days of expert presentations earn continuing education credits.

The first day is devoted to Alzheimer’s and other dementia; the second day offers insights in maximizing physical and mental health in older adults. For more information regarding Issues in Aging please contact Donna MacDonald at 313-664-2605 or email her at donnamacdonald@wayne.edu.

2013 Issues in Aging Program
2012 Issues in Aging Program
2011 Issues in Aging Program
2010 Issues in Aging Program
2009 Issues in Aging Program