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Dr Rachel Aitken OR1 Dr Jun Dai OR5 A/Prof Dina Logiudice OR9 Dr Emma Hack OR13

Dr Stephanie Than OR2 Dr Stephanie Low OR6 Ms Meg Storer OR10 Dr Charlene Lee OR14

Dr Paul Yates OR3 Dr Michael Tan OR7 Dr Janani Thillainadesan OR11 Dr Ramya Rajkumar OR15

Ms Viviane Khalil OR4 Dr Liesl Ischia OR8 Dr Emily Gordon OR12 Dr Aaron Wong OR16

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PET IMAGING IN DEMENTIA: FDG, AMYLOID AND MORE Professor Chris Rowe, Austin Health

THE MOLECULAR ORIGINS OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: WHEN AND WHERE DOES IT START AND WHAT STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTION? Professor Colin Masters, Florey Institute, University of Melbourne

MORNING TEA Promenade Level 1

WEDNESDAY, 19 MAY 2021

PLENARY SESSION 4 - RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: A/Prof Eddy Strivens

NETWORKING LUNCH Promenade Level 1

REFLECTIONS ON THE INTRODUCTION OF VAD LEGISLATION IN VICTORIA; CLINICAL, OPERATIONAL, MORAL AND PERSONAL Dr Michelle Gold, Alfred Health and Dr Melanie Benson, Peninsula Health

AFTERNOON TEA Promenade Level 1

LUNCHTIME SYMPOSIUM - PROUDLY SPONSORED BY UCB Australia La Trobe Ballroom

Moderator: Dr Christine Mandrawa

Prescribing implications of estimating renal function with Creatinine vs Cystatin C in a

geriatric inpatient population 0800-1730

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Promenade Level 1 SOFITEL MELBOURNE ON COLLINS 25 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

CONFERENCE OPENING & WELCOME Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: Dr John Maddison

WELCOME TO COUNTRY

The Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation

PLENARY SESSION 3 - VOLUNTARY ASSISTED DYING LEGISLATION Arthur Streeton Auditorium

Moderator: Dr Edwina Holbeach PLENARY SESSION 1 - DEMENTIA

Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: Dr Paul Yates

PLENARY SESSION 2 - TECHNOLOGY Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: Dr Sanka Amadoru

WILL ROBOTS REPLACE GERIATRICIANS? AGED CARE TECHNOLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY Dr George Margelis, Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council

COVID-19 THERAPEUTICS AND VACCINES: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ELDERLY Professor Sharon Lewin, Peter Doherty Institute

FREEZING OF GAIT IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE A/Prof Andrew Evans

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Older Patients Undergoing Emergency Laparotomy – observations from the UK National Emergency

Laparotomy Audit (NELA) Years 1-4

Feasibility and Efficacy of Video-based Falls Prevention Education for Cognitively Impaired

Hospital Inpatients – a Pilot Study

Let’s CHAT (Community Health Approaches to) Dementia in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Primary Care: baseline audit

results of a stepped-wedge cluster randomised controlled trial

COVID-19 pandemic: Experiences of End of Life care in Australian Residential Aged Care CONVENORS' AND PRESIDENT'S WELCOME

Dr Rajni Joseph, Dr Louise Monk, Dr John Maddison

5 MINUTE BREAK

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A data-driven investigation of age, sex, cardiometabolic risk and brain volume

Impact of place of residence, frailty and other factors on rehabilitation outcomes after hip

fracture surgery

Consumer and Stakeholder Perspectives of Acute Care and Hospital Transfers for

Residential Care Facility Residents

Impact of a CTB imaging decision support tool to assist emergency department clinicians in assessment of patients presenting post fall from

residential aged care

Extreme temperatures and Emergency Department (ED) presentations for older Australians in Melbourne:

a retrospective single-centre audit

Clinical outcomes of patients from residential aged care facilities (RACFs) with COVID-19 infection managed by a residential in-reach

service.

GeriCO-V reduces delirium in older vascular surgery inpatients

Improving non vitamin K oral anticoagulant prescribing- A pre and post qualitative and

quantitative single centre study

Survey of the effects of COVID-19 on geriatric medicine service provision in Australia and New

Zealand Frailty: A cost incurred by reproduction?

Prevalence and sites of pain in remote-living older Aboriginal Australians, and associations with

depressive symptoms and disability CONCURRENT SESSION 1:

Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: A/Prof Danielle Ni Chroinin

CONCURRENT SESSION 2: La Trobe Ballroom Moderator: Dr Stephanie Ward

CONCURRENT SESSION 3: Fitzroy Ballroom Moderator: Dr Jesse Zanker

CONCURRENT SESSION 4: Victoria Suites 2 Moderator: Dr Olivia Gobbo

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1730-1830 A JOURNEY THROUGH DATA ACROSS AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALANDMr Ben Wakeling, Health Roundtable PLENARY SESSION 5 - A. JOHN CAMPBELL MEMORIAL ADDRESS (VIRTUAL)

Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: Dr Richard Kane

5 MINUTE BREAK

GERIATRIC MEDICINE: A RISKY BUSINESS? Professor Shaun O'Keeffe, Galway University Hospitals

HEALTH ROUNDTABLE DATA SESSION (VIRTUAL) Moderator: Dr John Maddison

RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE - ROYAL COMMISSION AND COVID RESPONSE Associate Professor Michael Murray AM, Austin Health RESPONDING TO COVID-19 IN RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE IN THE WEST OF MELBOURNE

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Prof Leon Flicker OR17 Dr Sundhar Rajan Balu OR21 Ms Nur Fazidah Asmuje OR25 Dr Iushi Khetani OR29

A/Prof Michele Callisaya OR18 Dr Nicholas Radcliffe OR22 Ms Taya Collyer OR26 Dr Li Yann Lim OR30

Dr Rona Zhao OR19 Dr Rajni Lal OR23 Dr Natasha Reid OR27 Dr Ramya Rajkumar OR31

Dr Taylor Scott OR20 Dr Kate Hurley OR24 Dr Fiona Runacres OR28 Dr Sundhar Rajan Balu OR32

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PLENARY SESSION 9 - KEYNOTE ADDRESS (VIRTUAL) Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: Dr Olivia Gobbo

THE DANGERS OF GOOD INTENTIONS: OVERDIAGNOSIS AND OLDER PEOPLE Professor Shaun O'Keeffe, Galway University Hospitals RHEUMATOLOGY CONDITIONS AND THE ELDERLY: AN UPDATE

Dr Andrew Foote, Northern Health

VACCINATION FOR HEALTHY AGEING: PREVENTING HERPES ZOSTER IN THE OLDER POPULATION Associate Professor Michael Woodward, AM

NETWORKING LUNCH Promenade Level 1 CONCURRENT SESSION 5:

Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: Dr Stephanie Than

CONCURRENT SESSION 6: La Trobe Ballroom Moderator: Prof Velandai Srikanth 0800-1800

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Promenade Level 1 SOFITEL MELBOURNE ON COLLINS 25 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

PLENARY SESSION 6 - DEREK PRINSLEY MEMORIAL ADDRESS (VIRTUAL) Arthur Streeton Auditorium

Moderator: Dr Ronald Leong

PLENARY SESSION 7 - DELIRIUM Arthur Streeton Auditorium

Moderator: Dr Julie Lustig

MORNING TEA Promenade Level 1 BREAKFAST SESSION 2

Victoria Suites 2 Moderator: Dr Seok Ming Lim

EVIDENCE BASED GERIATRICS: LET'S CHALLENGE OURSELVES

Professor Andrea Maier, University of Melbourne, National University Singapore, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

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AFTERNOON TEA Promenade Level 1 PLENARY SESSION 8 - DEMENTIA

Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: Dr Jesse Zanker

DEADLY DELIRIUM

Professor Gideon Caplan, Prince of Wales Hospital

CONCURRENT SESSION 7: Fitzroy Ballroom Moderator: Dr Sanka Amadoru

CONCURRENT SESSION 8: Victoria Suites 2 Moderator: Dr William Browne NETWORKING BREAK

Promenade Level 1

5 MINUTE BREAK

Validity of Good Spirit, Good Life - A quality of life tool for older Aboriginal Australians

THE AUSTRALIAN DEMENTIA NETWORK CLINICAL QUALITY REGISTRY

Dr Stephanie Ward, Prince of Wales Hospital & Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing, the University of New South Wales BPSD: DSA, DBMAS, SBRT, SDCP. WTF? (VIRTUAL)

A/Prof Steve Macfarlane, Dementia Support Australia BREAKFAST SESSION 1

Fitzroy Ballroom Moderator: Dr Richard Kane

(VIRTUAL)

MODERN CARDIOLOGY IN OLDER PEOPLE: HEART FAILURE & PERCUTANEOUS INTERVENTIONS

Dr Siobhan Lockwood, Monash Health

BREAKFAST SESSION 3 La Trobe Ballroom Moderator: Dr Christine Mandrawa BEST DIABETES TREATMENT FOR OLDER PEOPLE: HOW TO

CHOOSE? Dr Shane Hamblin, Western Health

THURSDAY, 20 MAY 2021

Increased regularly prescribed, time-contingent opioid use compared to Pro Re Nata (PRN) opioid use on day three but not day seven, fourteen or twenty-one post hip fracture

surgery is independently associated with improved functional outcomes in older patients in the subacute

setting.

Prevalence of urinary incontinence among older inhabitants of the Torres Strait Islands

5 MINUTE BREAK

Frailty in acute care: is it just about older people?

Prescribing implications of measured concentrations of apixaban in a geriatric

inpatient population.

Goals of patient care in elderly patients during a pandemic: did they change?

Examining the role of specialist palliative care in geriatric care to inform collaborations: a

survey on the knowledge, practice and attitudes of Geriatricians in providing palliative

care Can advance care planning improve end-of-life care? A

randomised controlled trial in patients with advanced illnesses attending hospital outpatient clinics

Is case finding for admission to an Aged Care Rapid Investigation and Assessment Unit (ARIA) for older patients associated with improved

hospital length of stay?

Beat-to-Beat Blood Pressure Variability and Cognitive Function- Results from the Malaysian

Elders Longitudinal Research (MELoR) Study How frail is frail?

Dementia is associated with poorer quality of care and outcomes after stroke: An observational study

Confirmed and Suspected COVID-19 in Aged Care; associations of frailty, medical comorbidities and hospital admission status on

mortality

Exploring the Effect of two waves (Mar-Sep 2020) of the COVID-19 Pandemic on hospital presentations for those aged 60+ in Melbourne,

Australia SYMPOSIUM - PROUDLY SPONSORED BY GlaxoSmithKline Australia

Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator: Emma Bandy

Outcomes for Older Patients from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds

admitted to a new Aged Care Rapid Investigation and Assessment (ARIA) Unit Implementing Shared Decision Making in

Outpatient Perioperative Care Setting: Perioperative care for Older People undergoing

Surgery (POPS)

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PRIZE AND AWARD PRESENTATION Arthur Streeton Auditorium Presented by Dr John Maddison

NETWORKING FUNCTION Sofi's Lounge, Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

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THE UNEXPECTED HISTORY OF GERIATRIC MEDICINE Dr William Browne, Eastern Health

HEALTHCARE IN OUR CHANGING CLIMATE: IMPACTS AND CHANGES FOR OUR FUTURE Dr Arnagretta Hunter, Canberra Hospital

0800-1400

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Promenade Level 1 SOFITEL MELBOURNE ON COLLINS 25 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

NETWORKING BREAK Promenade Level 1

FRIDAY, 21 MAY 2021

CLOSING LUNCH Promenade Level 1

PLENARY SESSION 10 - KEYNOTE SESSION (VIRTUAL) Arthur Streeton Auditorium Moderator Dr Seok Ming Lim

MORNING TEA Promenade Level 1

PLENARY SESSION 11 - CLIMATE CHANGE AND HEALTHCARE Arthur Streeton Auditorium

Moderator: Dr Christine Mandrawa

PLENARY SESSION 12 - HISTORY OF GERIATRIC MEDICINE AND CLOSING ADDRESS Arthur Streeton Auditorium

Moderator: Dr John Maddison

CONFERENCE CLOSING Dr Rajni Joseph, Dr Louise Monk 2022 INTRODUCTION/LAUNCH (VIRTUAL) Dr Vasi Naganathan, Dr Fiona Connelly

5 MINUTE BREAK

GENERAL MEDICINE + BIOGERONTOLOGY = GEROSCIENCE 2.0

Professor Andrea Maier, University of Melbourne, National University Singapore, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam WOUND MANAGEMENT IN RACF

Dr Elizabeth Dapiran, Western Health Dr Claire McKie, Barwon Health, Geelong, Victoria and Deakin UniversityBREAKING IT DOWN TO BUILD IT UP – A COMMUNICATION SKILLS JOURNEY BREAKFAST SESSION 5

Victoria Suites 2 Moderator: A/Prof Jenny Schwarz

THE UPS AND DOWNS OF MOOD DISORDERS: AN UPDATE ON AFFECTIVE DISORDERS IN THE OLDER

ADULT Dr Brett Coulson, NWMHS APMHP

BREAKFAST SESSION 6 La Trobe Ballroom Moderator: Dr Edwina Holbeach BREAKFAST SESSION 4

Fitzroy Ballroom Moderator: Dr Chia Pei Chong

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