Second World Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine and Aging: The Endocrine Impact
Rome, Italy, March 8 – 11, 2007
This Congress will present new frontiers in healthcare based on the biological, physiological pathological and therapeutic differences between women and men. The program is designed for physicians and other healthcare professionals interested in the emerging science of Gender-Specific Medicine and Aging.
The framework of the Congress will be presentations by opinion leaders in gender-specific medicine, along with free-communications and abstract presentations.
The Graying Nation: Transitions of care in later life
Edmonton, Canada, March 21 – 23, 2007
The conference will address how the healthcare sector can adapt care to the changing needs of the population in the later stages of the life cycle. Conference topics will include: models of care, service delivery and education; changing needs of an aging society; innovative technologies and future needs. These topics will be explored in depth by internationally renowned speakers.
This conference aims to attract a broad spectrum of delegates from across the healthcare system, including physicians, allied health professionals, primary care providers, health care executives, researchers, administrators, and policy and decision makers from across Canada. Highlights of the conference include the Exhibit Hall featuring up to 40 exhibitors, and the launch of The Graying Nation Photographic Exhibition.
Anxiety Disorders Association of America’s Annual Conference
St. Louis, USA, March 29 – April 1, 2007
This Annual Conference brings together an audience of researchers and health professionals to learn about the advances in science, practice and evidence-based treatments for anxiety and related disorders. The majority of the 700+ attendees are mental health professionals and researchers specializing in treatment and research about anxiety disorders – GAD, OCD, Panic disorder, PTSD, phobias and social anxiety.
The conference theme is “Anxiety Disorders: Pathways to Wellness.”