date September 11th-12th, 2014

Bristol-Heidelberg-Kyoto Symposium

Healthy Living and Active Ageing

Venue: 3rd Floor Senate House, Southmead Hospital, SPHERE

 

Coordinators:

Yoav Ben-Shlomo, Bristol University

Hidenao Fukuyama, Kyoto University

 

Presenters:

Ian Craddock, Bristol University

Liz Lloyd, Bristol University

Richard Huxtable, Bristol University

Giles Birchley, Bristol University

Seth Love, Bristol University

Patrick Kehoe, Bristol University

Liz Coulthard, Bristol University

Patricia Holley, Bristol University

Alison Burrows, Bristol University

Rachael Gooberman-Hill, Bristol University

Kayoko Ishii, Kyoto University

Kozo Matsubayashi, Kyoto University

 

 

Morning Session’s Location: 3.15, 3rd Floor, Senate House

08:30–09:00  Coffee Break

 

Chair: Prof Yoav Ben-Shlomo

09:00–09:05

Prof Jonathan Sandy, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Bristol

Opening comments
09:00–09:20

Prof Yoav Ben-Shlomo

Overview of “Ageing” research within the Faculty Health Sciences
09:20–09:50

Prof Hidenao Fukuyama

Social problems in aged society of Japan
09:50–10:10

Dr Liz Lloyd

Research on Ageing at the University of Bristol: across disciplinary and institutional boundaries

10:10–10:40  Coffee Break

 

10:40–11:10

Prof Kozo Matsubayashi

Aged Society and Field Medicine - from the viewpoints of Human Evolution and Culture
11:10–11:30

Prof Richard Huxtable and Dr Giles Birchley

Medical Ethics in the UK and Japan: Clinical Ethics and End of Life Decisions
11:30–12:00

Prof Kayoko Ishii

Cooperation to Construct a Society of Healthy Longevity
12:00–12:20

Prof Ian Craddock

SPHERE: Multi-sensor characterisation of domestic routines

12:30–13:30  Lunch

 

Afternoon Session’s Location: Southmead Hospital and SPHERE

Chair: Prof Yoav Ben-Shlomo and Prof Ian Craddock

 

Ageing, Parkinson’s and Dementia

13:30–14:00

Travel to Southmead Hospital

14:00–15:00

Prof Seth Love and Prof Patrick Kehoe

15:00–15:30

Dr Liz Coulthard

15:30–16:00

Travel to SPHERE

In-home technologies and social attitudes to science and data sharing in relation to “ageing” research

Prof Ian Craddock and Dr Patricia Holley with participation of Dr Alison Burrows, Dr Rachael Gooberman-Hill

16:00–16:20  Coffee Break at Senate House (3.15), Tyndall Avenue

16:20–17:30  Visit to SPHERE house

 

17:30–              Transport to hotel
19:00–              Pick up from Marriot
19:30–              Dinner at MShed

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