The Nordic Centre one-day hybrid research meeting
Aged care in context and across discipline
8.15-17.00 (CET), 17 April 2023
University of Gothenburg, Sweden & zoom
In both Nordic and Chinese contexts, aged care is to be in urgent need of action and encounters a lot of challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated the language of challenges. As such, University of Gothenburg in Sweden will organize one-day hybrid research meeting on aged care under the co-operation with University of Oslo in Norway and Fudan University in Shanghai as well as Pinetree Care Group in Beijing. Our one-day hybrid research meeting on aged care in context and across discipline invites researchers working in Nordic and Chinese member universities from across disciplines including medicine, economics, sociology, public health, psychiatry, social work, organization and management etc. that explore aged care in context, among others, mental health care, dementia care, home care, institutional care at regional, community, national, and international level. Our research meeting seeks to transcend physical boundaries by building and offering a hybrid conference model to boost simultaneous communications for on-site participants from Nordic member universities and on-line participants abroad from Chinese universities and other interested audiences, whereby all delegates are afforded equal participatory and experiential spaces within our hybrid meeting.
Dr. Jing Wu, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Associate Prof. Evandro Fei Fang, University of Oslo, Norway
The research meeting will address the following themes on which we invite researchers from
Nordic regions and China to share their cutting-edge research:
Theme 1: Social, cultural and economic perspectives on aged care
Theme 2: Medical perspectives on aged care (dementia care, mental health care)
Theme 3: Organizational and managerial perspective on aged care
Theme 4: Technology and innovations on aged care
We welcome thematic presentations. The deadline for abstract submission is 6th February, 2023
Abstracts of a maximum of 500 words should be submitted via email as word or pdf document to firstname.lastname@example.org. The notification of acceptance is the end of February. When submitting abstract, please specify ONE from above four themes. For query about the meeting, please contact one of the organizers, Dr. Jing Wu (email@example.com). More information about on-site and zoom registration will be announced in due course.