Launched the WHO Active Ageing Policy Framework and the worldwide movement on Age-Friendly Cities among many other enduring initiatives
Public Health and AgeingEpidemiology of AgeingAgeing and Development IssuesAgeing AdvocacyHealth PromotionActive Ageing
Trained as a paediatrician in Oxford and London, and is a visiting professor at Imperial College, London
Adult VaccinationVaccinesPoliomyelitisGlobal Health Security
Medical Doctor at the Semmelweis Medical University and specializes in Internal Medicine, Clinical Pharmacology and Infectology
Adult VaccinationClinical PharmacologyAntimicrobialsPneumococcal Vaccines
Prof Sytse Zuidema is Professor of Elderly Care Medicine and Dementia at University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG)
Geriatric MedicineDementiaLong-term Care and CommunityFrailty
Marie Beulaieu is a professor at the department of social services of the faculty of letters and humanities of the Université de Sherbrooke.
Public PolicyActive AgeingElder AbuseHuman RightsFrailty
Dr E. David G. McIntosh is an Australian paediatrician, Vaccinologist and Infectious Disease Specialist.
Dr. Stephen E. Judd's studies contribute to dementia care, aged care design and the role of charities in contemporary Australian society.
DementiaFrailtySocial Technologies in AgeingPublic PolicyQuality of Care
Associate Professor Chris Poulos is the Foundation Hammond Chair of Positive Ageing and Care with the University of New South Wales
Rehabilitation MedicineHealth PolicyAged Care Service DeliveryArts and healthRestorative care and reablementDementia and carers of people with dementia
Dr. Torres is Director and Head of the Infectology Unit at the Institute of Tropical Medicine of the Central University of Venezuela
Mathew has worked in the area of rural development with cooperatives, in association with the National Dairy Development Board
Elder AbuseHuman RightsAgeing in PlaceHome Care Public Policy