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PA 4th Long Term Care Colloquium 2015 : 4th IPA Long Term Care Colloquium: Cutting Edge Technologies in Care of Older People

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Link: http://www.ipa-events.org/ipa-international-congress/long-term-care-colloquium/
 
When Oct 13, 2015 - Oct 16, 2015
Where Berlin, Germany
Submission Deadline Jul 15, 2015
Categories    psychogeriatric   psychiatry   geriatrics
 

Call For Papers

Long Term Care Colloquium participants will be introduced to the exciting and ‘cutting edge’ world of social robots, assistive technologies and telehealth care. Under the theme, “Cutting Edge Technologies in Care of Older People,” developers, health care professionals, and ethicists will discuss their experiences of developing, using and evaluating technologies with and for older people, with topics ranging from:

Robots and Technologies Maintaining Well-Being
Companion Robots – More than Cute and Cuddly
Ethics and Technologies
Innovative Technology and Robots in Older People Care
New Developments and Uses in Technologies

Special Poster Submission 4th IPA Long Term Care Colloquium

Due: 15 JULY
Email to: IPA-LongTermCare@IPA-online.org

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