Aging in a Digital World Conference, April 1-2


Due to coronavirus travel restrictions, the conference has been postponed.  New dates will be announced shortly.

Join UC Davis Health, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, and the Transatlantic Telehealth Research Network for the Aging in a Digital World Conference on April 1-2, 2020 at Betty Irene Moore Hall, 2570 48th St., Room 1000.

The two-day conference brings together international thought leaders in aging, technology, and health care policy research, with the common goal of identifying gaps in these areas that delay the adoption of innovations to support aging in a digital world.

Keynote speaker Eleni Kounalakis, Lieutenant Governor of California, will discuss California’s commitment to care for an aging population.

Conference Topics
This interactive forum and networking opportunity will focus on:

  • Understanding the current challenges of implementing new models of health promotion and care for older adults and family caregivers.
  • Exploring novel methods for connecting clinical research and tech innovation.
  • Examining the barriers to deploying evidence-based digital health solutions to older adults in all care settings, including the home.
  • Discussing forward-thinking public policy that addresses the complex demands of an aging world.

Registration Information

$75 (UC Davis Health Faculty and Staff)
$25 (UC Student)
$275 (Early Bird Rate, ends February 15)
$400 (General Admission)

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