- Terveys ja hyvinvointi
- Talous ja yhteiskunta
Joensuun kampus, Metria-rakennuksen salit M109 ja M102 sekä verkossa
- Lisää kalenteriin:
Aging is a global concern in the dialogue within theory and practice of the strategy 2030 of the University of Eastern Finland, Karelia University of Applied Sciences 2030-strategy and Siun sote strategy 2021-2025 covering e.g., cost-effective care, the structures of the social welfare and health care system and the legislation that governs it. The goal is to make active living and healthy ageing available to an increasing number of people.
The conference provides an opportunity to co-create values in ecosystems for home care, present solutions of aging and compare aging societies together with researchers from Asian partner universities.
9 Opening / Jyrki Saarinen, Gyewan Moon
9.15-9.45 Strategies and developments towards healthy aging in North Karelia / Markus Hirvonen
10-10-45 Healthy Aging in Korea / YongHo Chon
10.45-11.30 Aging Scenario as a Learning Tool for Building Smart Eldercare Ecosystems / Ning An
11.30-12.15 Lunch break
12.15-12.45 Power and Attractiveness of Nursing Profession – A Global Challenge / Tarja Kvist
12.45-13.15 Active Ageing and Rehabilitation in Finland / Raija Kuisma
13.15-13.45 Building an Entrepreneurship Ecosystem for Promoting Brain Industry in South Korea / Gyewan Moon
14-14.30 Familycare, Aging, Wellbeing- recent research / Tarja Välimäki
14.30-15 Nurse-led social media intervention for diabetes self-management / Su Hyun Kim
15-16 Panel Discussion: The Future of Aging /YongHo Chon, Tarja Kvist, Su Hyun Kim, Pekka Kuosmanen, Raija Kuisma, Ning An
18-20 Conference Dinner, Original Sokos Hotel Kimmel Restaurant
9-10 Economy Research - Aspect of Timebank (Online) / Chen Tbiao (Translator Honglin Chen)
10.15-10.45 Data Management in Practice / Petri Kivinen
10.45-11.15 Personalized Digital Health Framework for Supporting Digital Elderly Home Care System / Il-Kon Kim
11.15-11.45 Knowledge and digitizing health and social care in Finland / Harri Laihonen
11.45-12.30 Lunch break
12.30-13 KNU SAAL Platform for IoT based ADL (activity of Daily Living) Measurement and eCoaching in Patient’s Home (online) / Soon Ju Kang
13-13.30 Postprandial Hypotension Management in Elderly / EunJoo Lee
13.30-14 Facial emotion recognition and eye movement behavior / Hyorim Lee
14.15-14.30 A nonpharmacological intervention approach for mild cognitive impairment patients and a clinical trial in China / Honglin Chen
14.30-15 Clinical Application of the Experimental ADL Test for Patients with Cognitive Impairment (online) / Ho-Won Lee
15-15.30 Trust-based Situation-aware Access Control Framework (online) / Dae-Young Kim
15.30-16 Concluding words of the Future of Digitalization and Technology in Aging / Honglin Chen, Soon-Ju Kang, Petri Kivinen
16 Closing of the Hybrid Conference / Jyrki Saarinen
10 August: Site visits
9-10 Sepänkatu Senior House / Pekka Kuosmanen and Jukka Tuunanen, Manager
11.30-12.30 Lunch at Siun sote, Joint municipal authority for North Karelia social and health services
12.30-14 Siun sote, Joint municipal authority for North Karelia social and health services / Petri Kivinen
14.15-15.30 Karelia University of Applied Science
Please see abstracts and information on the Key Note speakers: https://ueffi.padlet.org/mirjamiikonen/compareo Password: compareo.
150€ fee is requested to pay upon arrival at the conference. Online payment and registration by 5 August: https://registration.contio.fi/uef/Registration/Login?id=3494-T_3494-4267
The fee includes main meals during the conference day and conference materials. Dinner on Monday 8 August is included in the conference fee.
NB. Students can attend the conference sessions without payment. However, meals and the conference dinner will be available at affordable prices.
Online participation is free of charge. No registration needed.
Further information: Mirjami Ikonen, email@example.com, +358504422488 and Jyrki Saarinen, firstname.lastname@example.org, +358505954348.