Healthy Ageing multi-disciplinary summer school
Date: Friday 7th - Saturday 8th September 2012
Venue: the new Queen Elizabeth “super” Hospital, Birmingham.
The title of this year’s Multi-Disciplinary Summer School is Healthy Ageing: Enjoyment vs. Endurance
Co-hosted by the University of Birmingham and the Centre for Healthy Ageing Research this unique event will brings together students from different clinical backgrounds including medics, nurses, and the allied health professions with expert patients, internationally acclaimed academics and clinicians to discuss new perspectives on health and ageing.
Confirmed expert speakers include;
• Prof Janet Lord, Professor of Immune Cell Biology and Director of the Centre for Healthy Ageing Research, University of Birmingham
• Dr Phil Atherton, RCUK Fellow in Molecular Nutrition, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science University of Nottingham
• Professor Sue Lanham-New, Head of the Department of Nutrition and Metabolism, University of Surrey
• Prof Jean McHale, Professor of Health Care Law, University of Birmingham
• Professor Richard Lilford, Professor in Clinical Epidemiology, University of Birmingham
• Julie Robinson, Founder and Instructor, Move It or Lose It
There will also a peer-reviewed poster competition for students to show case research/projects (and gain valuable MTAS points).
Places will be highly subsidised at £60 for the 2 days which will include; ALL teaching, catering/refreshments, The Summer School Dinner, accommodation and WIFI access!
To register your interest email; firstname.lastname@example.org