The 2019 EIP on AHA Conference of Partners will join AAL Forum on the 23-25 September 2019 in Aarhus, Denmark.
Do you want to take your research or business on ageing well in the digital age to the next level?
Come to Aarhus in September!
For the first time, the 2019 EIP on AHA Conference of Partners will be jointly organised with the AAL Forum on the 23-25 September 2019 in Aarhus, Denmark. As part of their joint mission to support ageing and care in digital transformation, the two organisations are teaming up to bring together all the doers and shapers on active and healthy ageing from Europe and beyond.
The Danish city of Aarhus will host the event, which includes an action-packed agenda, with 32 parallel sessions, three plenaries, internationally renowned keynote speakers, and an exciting exhibition area where the latest designs and technology for the Silver Economy will be showcased.
This is a great opportunity to network, make plans, and join a wide-ranging audience of leading European thinkers, regulators, policymakers, regional actors and associations.
Participants from both the AAL and EIP on AHA communities will have the occasion to meet up with their peers in a real-life setting. Let’s use the occasion to develop synergies between these two exciting European programmes.
Make sure to put 23-25 September 2019 in your diaries and we’ll see you on those dates at the event!
The municipality has invested heavily when it comes to applying new technology, and actively participates in the development, refinement and practical testing of new technological and innovative solutions.
The digital age has already transformed the health system in Aarhus. Denmark is ranked as the most digital society in Europe by the Digital Economy and Society Index, 2018.
For more information visit the AAL Forum 2019 official website.
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