Saturday 14 October 2023

 
IAGG e-TRIGGER – Saturday 14 October, 2023

Neurology

Start time:

8:00 am Paris, Berlin
11.30 p.m. – New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai
01.00 p.m. – Bangkok
02.00 p.m. – Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala-Lumpur, Singapore, Taipei
03.00 p.m. – Tokyo, Seoul
05.00 p.m. – Canberra

8h00-8h02 Introduction of the topic and expert

Ashish Goel (IN)

8h02-8h22

Transient ischemic attack and stroke Prof. Chih-Ping CHUNG (TW)

8h22-8h32

Case report

Ko-Han Yen (TW)

8h32-8h55

Discussion

Ken Sugimoto (JP)

8h55-9h00

Short synthesis

Ashish Goel (IN)

 

9h00-9h02

Introduction of the topic and expert

Jean-Pierre Michel (CH)

9h02-9h22

Dizziness and vertigo

Prof Alka Ganesh (IN)

9h22-9h32

Case report

Ken Sugimoto (JP)

9h32-9h50

Discussion

Pratibha Pereira (IN)

9h50-9h55

Short synthesis

Jean-Pierre Michel (CH)

9h55-10h00 Short Break

10h00-10h02

Introduction of the topic and expert

Sophia Lin Kang (CN)

10h02-10h22
Parkinson disease
Prof Piu Chan (CN)

10h22-10h32

Case report

Pratibha Pereira (IN)

10h32-10h55
Discussion
Ko-Han Yen (TW)
10h55-11h00
Short synthesis
Sophia Lin Kang (CN)
Break
Online evaluation of the session by attendees and participants
Online control of knowledge to demonstrate the higher order thinking skills of the trainees.

Saturday 9 september, 2023

 
IAGG e-TRIGGER – Saturday 9 september, 2023

LONG TERM CARE

Start time: 8:00 am (Paris/Geneva/Berlin)

Participants must check the corresponding start time in their time zone

8h00-8h02 Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Jean-Pierre Michel (CH)

8h02-8h22

Urinary incontinence

Dr. Steve Paul Manjaly (IN)

8h22-8h32

Case report

Hyuk Ga (KR)

8h32-8h45

Discussion

Yukari Hattori (JP)

8h45-8h50

Short synthesis

Prof. Jean-Pierre Michel (CH

 

8h50-8h52

Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Julie Byles (Au)

8h52-9h12

Wound prevention and management

Prof. Gojiro Nakagami (JP)

9h12-9h22

Case report

Yukari Hattori (JP)

9h22-9h35

Discussion

Kritartha Kashyap (IN)

9h35-9h40

Short synthesis

Prof. Julie Byles (Au)

9h40-9h43 Short Break

9h43-9h45

Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof Arvind Mathur (In)

9h45-10h05
Elder mistreatment
Prof. Mala Kapur Shankardass (IN)

10h05-10h15

Case report

Kritartha Kashyap (IN)

10h15-10h28

Discussion

Hyuk Ga (KR)

10h28-10h30
Short synthesis
Prof. Arvind Mathur (IN)
10h28-11h00
Feedback from the groups about
Team Activity 2 with presentations
Prof. Ashish Goel (IN)

 

Online evaluation of the session– open from 10 September until 13 October
Online control of knowledge – CME Quiz open from 10 September until 13 October

Thursday 24 August, 2023

 
IAGG e-TRIGGER – Thursday 24 August, 2023

Comprehensive geriatric assessment

Start time:

14h00 Paris, Geneva, Rome, Capetown, Johannesburg
12h00 Dakar
13h00 Algiers, Tunis
15h00 Kampala, Istanbul, Cairo, Riyadh
16h00 Dubai

14h00-14h02 Introduction of the topic and expert

Mohamed Khater

14h02-14h22

Definition, efficacy and safety of Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment

Ahmed Shawky Mohammedin

14h22-14h32

Case report

Mayeda Ben Hamad

14h32-14h55

Discussion

Theodora Bou Saba

14h55-15h00

Short synthesis

Mohamed Khater

Short Break

15h00-15h02

Introduction of the topic and expert

Dilek Aslan

15h02-15h22

Interdisciplinary team work in geriatric medicine

Bianca Buurman

15h22-15h32

Case report

Theodora Bou Saba

15h32-15h50

Discussion

Karolina Piotrowicz

15h50-15h55

Short synthesis

Dilek Aslan

Short Break

16h00-16h02

Introduction of the topic and expert

Nicola Veronese

16h02-16h22
Applications of CGA in oncogeriatrics
Kamal El Haddad

16h22-16h32

Case report

Karolina Piotrowicz

16h32-16h55

Discussion

Mayeda Ben Hamad

16h55-17h00
Short synthesis
Nicola Veronese
   
     
Online evaluation of the session by attendees and participants
Online control of knowledge to demonstrate the higher order thinking skills of the trainees.

Saturday 15 July, 2023

 
IAGG e-TRIGGER – Saturday 15 July 2023
Start time: 8.00am (Paris/Geneva/Berlin)

Mental Health in older adults

Start time: 8.00am (Paris/Geneva/Berlin)
08.00 a.m Paris, Berlin
12.30 p.m New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai
02.00 p.m Bangkok
03.00 p.m Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala-Lumpur, Singapore, Taipei
04.00 p.m Tokyo, Seoul
06.00 p.m. in Canberra (time zone: UTC+10)
8h00-8h02 Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Hidenori Arai (JP)

8h02-8h22

Affective disorders

Prof. Ayae Kinoshita (JP)

8h22-8h32

Case report

Chu-Sheng (Bill) Lin (TW)

8h32-8h50

Discussion

Hiroshi Yoshino (JP)

8h50-8h53

Short synthesis

Prof. Hidenori Arai (JP)

 

8h53-8h55

Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Liang Kung Chen (TW)

8h55-9h15

Hallucinations and delusions

Prof. Dominic Ffytche (UK)

9h15-9h25

Case report

Hiroshi Yoshino (JP)

9h25-9h40

Discussion

Hong Tak Lim (SG)

9h40-9h43

Short synthesis

Prof. Liang Kung Chen (TW)

9h43-9h48 Short Break

9h48-9h50

Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Jean-Pierre Michel (CH)

9h50-10h10
Depression
Prof. V Surekha

10h10-10h20

Case report

Hong Tak Lim (SG)

10h20-10h40

Discussion

Chu-Sheng (Bill) Lin (TW)

10h40-10h45
Short synthesis
Prof. Jean-Pierre Michel (CH)

10h45-10h55

Explanation of group activity and designation of groups.
(Activity to be done together, with report back from one representative of the group in the August session)

10h55-11h00

Overall conclusion

Prof. Jean-Pierre Michel (CH)
Online evaluation of the session by attendees and participants
Online control of knowledge to demonstrate the higher order thinking skills of the trainees.

Saturday 17 June, 2023

IAGG e-TRIGGER – Saturday 17 June 2023
Start time: 8.00am (Paris/Geneva/Berlin)
 Infections in older adults
Start time: 8.00am (Paris/Geneva/Berlin)
08.00 a.m Paris, Berlin
12.30 p.m New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai
02.00 p.m Bangkok
03.00 p.m Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala-Lumpur, Singapore, Taipei
04.00 p.m Tokyo, Seoul
06.00 p.m. in Canberra (time zone: UTC+10)
0 min Introduction of the topic and expert Prof. Sophia Lin Kang (CN)
22 min Urinary tract infections Prof. Joel Belmin (FR)
22 min Case report  
32 min Discussion  
52 min Short synthesis Prof. Sophia Lin Kang (CN)
 Break
60 min Introduction of the topic and expert Prof. Julie Byles (AU)
62 min Lower respiratory infections Prof. Chang Won Won (KR)
82 min Case report  
92 min Discussion  
112 min Short synthesis Prof. Julie Byles (AU)
Short Break
125 min Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Arvind Mathur (IN)

127 min Hygiene to fight against health care associated infection Prof. Deepak Kumar (IN)
147 min Case report  
157 min Discussion  
172 min Short synthesis Prof. Arvind Mathur (IN)
Break
First team Activity ++++
Online evaluation of the session by attendees and participants
Online control of knowledge to demonstrate the higher order thinking skills of the trainees.

Saturday 13 May, 2023

IAGG e-TRIGGER – Saturday 13 May, 2023
Start time: 8.00am (Paris/Geneva/Berlin)

 

Metabolic disorders in older adults

 

Start time: 8.00am (Paris/Geneva/Berlin)
08.00 a.m Paris, Berlin
12.30 p.m Kolkata
02.00 p.m Bangkok
03.00 p.m Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala-Lumpur, Singapore, Taipei
04.00 p.m Tokyo, Seoul
06.00 p.m. in Canberra (time zone: UTC+10)
0 min Introduction of the topic and expert Prof. Hidenori Arai (JP)
22 min Management of Diabetes in old adults Prof. Shamasunder Acharya (AU)
22 min Case report Dr. Ho-Kan Yen (TW)
32 min Discussion Dr. Justin Chew (SG)
52 min Short synthesis Prof. Hidenori Arai (JP)
 Break
60 min Introduction of the topic and expert Prof. Julie Byles (Au)
62 min Importance of dieticians involvement in treatment of old
diabetic patients
Prof. P Chan Yoke Mun (MY)
82 min Case report Dr. Heisuke Maeda (JP)
92 min Discussion Dr. Ho-Kan Yen (TW)
112 min Short synthesis Prof. Julie Byles (Au)
Short Break
125 min Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Liang Kung Chen (TW)

127 min Vitamin D: an hormone with multiple invaluable actions Prof. Mario Barbagallo (IT)
147 min Case report Dr. Justin Chew (SG)
157 min Discussion Dr. Heisuke Maeda (JP)
172 min Short synthesis Prof. Liang Kung Chen (TW)
Break
First team Activity ++++
Online evaluation of the session by attendees and participants
Online control of knowledge to demonstrate the higher order thinking skills of the trainees.