The 10th APRU Population Aging Conference
A New Paradigm in the Era of the 100-year Life Span: The Search for Social and Scientific Solutions
The rapid aging of populations has become a major concern for economies from across the Pacific Rim, particular Japan, which is entering the era of the 100-year life span. It is the first time in human history that a paradigm change is required in all aspects of medical science, health care, and society to accommodate longevity.
This Conference will address challenges unique to the Asia-Pacific region, share the latest research findings and initiatives to contribute to international aging policies, and raise public awareness.
The conference will be held at Mita Campus, Keio University, Tokyo.
View a preliminary program here and stay tuned for more updates coming up.
Registration open until on September 30, 2019. Limited seats available so please register soon.