Aging and sleep 2017

From 06/29/2017 to 06/30/2017

Université catholique de Lyon - 10 Place des Archives, 69002 Lyon


Meeting Description

Aging and Sleep is the premier educational event in geriatric sleep medicine, providing the latest information on clinical care and research.

This international meeting brings together geriatricians, gerontologists, sleep medicine specialists, respiratory medicine physicians, neurologists, psychiatrists, primary care physicians, internal medicine specialists, anaesthesiologists, epidemiologists, trainees and health care providers as well as researchers with an interest in the elderly.

Aging and Sleep 2017 will focus on diagnostic and therapeutic processes that have, or will have, real clinical utility in older adults. The expert faculty will present how best to implement the main diagnostic tools and therapeutic strategies in everyday clinical practice.

Scientific Support

The organizers would like to thank the following universities and societies who with wise advice, active involvement of their members and ongoing encouragement permanently improve the scientific quality of this innovative, international and multidisciplinary meeting.

University of Lyon 1
University of Paris Sud
University of Pennsylvania
AGS (American Geriatrics Society)
IASRG (International Association of Sleep Research in Gerontology)
SFRMS (Société Française de Recherche et de Médecine du Sommeil)
SFGG (Société Française de Gériatrie et de Gérontologie)

Recommended Audience

This meeting is recommended for geriatricians, gerontologists, sleep medicine specialists, respiratory medicine physicians, neurologists, primary care physicians, internal medicine specialists, anaesthesiologists, epidemiologists, trainees and allied health care providers as well as researchers with an interest in the elderly. Health managers, policy-makers and health journalists are also welcome.

Overall Educational Objectives

Attendance at Aging and Sleep 2017 should give participants a broad understanding of the current state-of-the-art of geriatric sleep medicine, including current clinical practices used when investigating and treating sleep disorders in older adults; areas of controversy in clinical practice; recent basic science research; and ethical, social and economic issues relevant to geriatric sleep medicine.

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