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Accepted Presentations

We have received close to 100 submissions from 23 countries. The following submissions have been accepted for presentation at EGen2024. Built Environment – Fuel Poverty and Changes in Long-Term Care Needs and Mental Health Among Older People: Beyond Spending and Affordability – Long-Term Monitoring of Home Ambient Temperature and Self-Reported Difficulty Maintaining Attention in Older

Schrodinger’s Box of Interdisciplinarity – Inside and Outside the Box Thinking About Global Challenges

Schrodinger’s Box of Interdisciplinarity – Inside and Outside the Box Thinking About Global Challenges

“Schrodinger’s Box of Interdisciplinarity – Inside and Outside the Box Thinking About Global Challenges” by Eleonora Kofman and Neelam Raina of Middlesex University, United Kingdom, has been added to the plenary schedule for The 11th European Conference on Aging & Gerontology (EGen2023). To participate in the event as an audience member, please register for the

Research Practice, Practice Research – Integrity, Inclusivity and Impact

Research Practice, Practice Research – Integrity, Inclusivity and Impact

“Research Practice, Practice Research – Integrity, Inclusivity and Impact” by Maria Delgado of The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, United Kingdom, has been announced as a keynote to be presented at The 11th European Conference on Aging & Gerontology (EGen2023). To participate in the event as an audience member, please register for the

Phoenix Rising: Education in the Age of Disruption

Phoenix Rising: Education in the Age of Disruption

“Phoenix Rising: Education in the Age of Disruption” by Barbara Lockee of Virginia Tech, United States, has been announced as a keynote to be presented at The 3rd European Conference on Aging & Gerontology (EGen2023). To participate in the event as an audience member, please register for the conference. This plenary will also be available

Exploring the Cognitive and Neural Correlates of Speaking and Writing in a Second Language: Methodological Advances and Challenges

Exploring the Cognitive and Neural Correlates of Speaking and Writing in a Second Language: Methodological Advances and Challenges

“Exploring the Cognitive and Neural Correlates of Speaking and Writing in a Second Language: Methodological Advances and Challenges” by Andrea Révész of the Institute of Education at University College London, United Kingdom, has been announced as a keynote to be presented at The 3rd European Conference on Aging & Gerontology (EGen2023). To participate in the

Limited Availability: EGen2023 Conference Dinner at the Prestigious Savile Club

Limited Availability: EGen2023 Conference Dinner at the Prestigious Savile Club

Step into a world of refined elegance and intellectual stimulation at one of London’s most prestigious private members’ clubs. On Thursday, July 13, distinguished academics, researchers, and professionals from around the world will gather for the EGen2023 Conference Dinner at the Savile Club, where the art of cuisine, the elegance of tradition, and the warmth

Oxford City & University Tour: The Perfect Pre-Conference Adventure for EGen2023 Delegates

Oxford City & University Tour: The Perfect Pre-Conference Adventure for EGen2023 Delegates

Delegates attending The 3rd European Conference on Aging & Gerontology (EGen2023) will have the unique opportunity to explore the iconic city of Oxford, renowned for its rich history and prestigious university. Join fellow delegates on an exclusive day trip, delving into the city’s awe-inspiring past and forging connections in a relaxed, inspiring setting. Discover Oxford’s

Leisure Activities and Ageing: Cruising During the “Golden Years”

Leisure Activities and Ageing: Cruising During the “Golden Years”

Christos Hadjichristodoulou of the University of Thessaly, Greece, will be presenting a keynote titled “Leisure Activities and Ageing: Cruising During the ‘Golden Years’”, at The 2nd European Conference on Aging & Gerontology (EGen2022). The presentation will also be available for IAFOR Members to view online. To find out more, please visit the IAFOR Membership page.

Featured Interview with Miriam Weber, WHO European Healthy Cities Network Chair for Utrecht, Netherlands

Featured Interview with Miriam Weber, WHO European Healthy Cities Network Chair for Utrecht, Netherlands

Evangelia Chrysikou of the Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction, United Kingdom, will be conducting a featured interview with Miriam Weber, WHO European Healthy Cities Network Chair for Utrecht, Netherlands, at The 2nd European Conference on Aging & Gerontology (EGen2022). The presentation will also be available for IAFOR Members to view online. To find out more,

NACDA: Data on Aging Resources from Research Ideation to Long-Term Preservation and Sharing

NACDA: Data on Aging Resources from Research Ideation to Long-Term Preservation and Sharing

“NACDA: Data on Aging Resources from Research Ideation to Long-Term Preservation and Sharing” by James W. McNally of the University of Michigan and NACDA Program on Aging, United States, and Kathryn Lavender of the NACDA Program on Aging, United States, has been announced as a workshop to be presented at The 2nd European Conference on