Venue: Online & in person in Edinburgh
The British Geriatrics Society 2023 Spring Meeting will be held as a hybrid conference, with the option to attend in person in Edinburgh or to attend virtually.
The meeting will cover core and topical areas of clinical healthcare of older people, presenting the latest current research evidence. This conference will cover topics including
- Peri-operative care for surgical patients.
- Cardiovascular health.
- Frailty, Tissue Viability.
- Education, Training and Workforce.
All multidisciplinary specialists responsible for the health care of older people as well as surgical teams, anesthetists, rehabilitation and Urgent Emergency Care teams are encouraged to join.
Who should attend?
The BGS Spring Meeting is a fantastic learning opportunity for all members of the multidisciplinary team (MDT) involved in the health and care of older people. It is likely to be of particular interest to:
- Consultants and specialist doctors in geriatric medicine
- Medics and healthcare professionals training in related specialties
- GPs with an Extended Role in Older People and GP Trainees
- Nurses and allied health professionals, including:
- Advanced and Specialist Practitioners
- Consultant Practitioners/Consultant Nurses
- Physician Associates
- Internal Medicine Trainees (especially those considering a career in geriatric medicine)
- Medical, Nursing, and Allied Health Professional students
- Researchers into ageing and age-related conditions
Whether you choose to attend virtually, or opt to join us in person at the EICC in Edinburgh, this three-day event will deliver a packed programme with the opportunity to hear from some of the country’s leading experts in older people’s healthcare, as well as:
- Understand more about the key areas and challenges faced in geriatric medicine
- Hear focused presentations on core areas of geriatric medicine
- Present the latest scientific research to British Geriatrics Society members and elected officers
- Attend small group workshop sessions
- Network and socialise with other healthcare professionals