Saturday 12 February, 2022

IAGG e-TRIGGER – Programm, Session 3: 3 hours – Saturday 12 February 2022

Sarcopenia

Start Time:
08.00 a.m Paris, Berlin
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 session and 1st expert Prof. Hidenori Arai, MD, PhD,
Co-President of the Asian Academy of Medicine of Ageing
2 min Science of Muscle Ageing Ben Kirk, PhD (Melbourne)
22 min Case report Keisuke Maeda, MD (Obu City)
32 min Discussion Sophia Kang, MD, PhD (Beijing)
52 min Short synthesis Prof. Hidenori Arai
 Break
60 min Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Won Won Chang, MD, PhD (Seoul)

62 min Sarcopenia: Definition and Diagnosis Hidenori Arai, MD, PhD.
82 min Case report Sophia Kang, MD, PhD (Beijing)
92 min Discussion Justin Chew, MD (Singapore)
112 min Short synthesis Prof. Won Won Chang, MD, PhD (Seoul)
Break
120 min Introduction of the topic and expert Prof. Liang Kung Chen, MD, PhD
Co-President of the Asian Academy of Medicine of Ageing
122 min Treatment and Management for Muscle Health Li-Ning Peng MD, (Taipei)
142 min Case report Justin Chew, MD (Singapore)
152 min Discussion Keisuke Maeda, MD (Obu City)
172 min Short synthesis Prof. Liang Kung Chen, MD, PhD
 

Online evaluation of the session by attendees and participants

Online control of knowledge to demonstrate the higher order thinking skills of the trainees.

Online quiz of the participants’ knowledge

 

Objectives
  1. Understand the basic structure and function of the skeletal muscle system
  2. Identify the impact of aging on the structure and function of the skeletal muscle system
  3. Understand the reasons of the recent changes of the definition of sarcopenia
  4. Be aware of the differences in diagnostic criteria between the European and Asian definitions
  5. Grasp the epidemiology of sarcopenia in the community and different care settings
  6. Understand the unnumerable and severe consequences of sarcopenia in old age adults
  7. Recognize the importance of protein metabolism in muscle health
  8. Understand the positive impact of physical activities on muscle health
  9. Identify the multiple recommendations to prevent and manage sarcopenia

Saturday 15 january, 2022

IAGG e-TRIGGER – Programm, Session 2: Saturday 15 January 2022
MALNUTRITION in the Old Population
Start Time:
08.00 a.m Paris, Berlin
03.00 p.m Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing
04.00 p.m Tokyo, Seoul
06.00 p.m. in Canberra (time zone: UTC+10)
0 min Introduction of the session and 1st expert Prof. Hidenori Arai, MD, PhD,
Co-President of the Asian Academy of Medicine of Ageing
2 min Epidemiology and clinical impacts of malnutrition in old adults Prof. Tommy Cederholm, MD, PhD, Uppsala University
22 min Case report Dr. Chabolol Chalermsri, MD (Bangkok)
32 min Discussion Dr. Ken Sugitomo, MD (Okayama)
52 min Short synthesis Prof. Hidenori Arai
 Break
60 min Introduction of the topic and expert

Prof. Prasert Assantachai, MD, PhD, IAGG-Asia/Oceania President

62 min Assessment of Nutritional Status and Oral Health Prof. Elisabet Rothenberg, Kristianstad University at department of Health Sciences
82 min Case report Dr. Ken Sugitomo, MD (Okayama)
92 min Discussion Dr. Li-Ning Peng (Lily) Peng, (Taipei)
112 min Short synthesis Prof. Prasert Assantachai, MD, PhD
Break
120 min Introduction of the topic and expert Prof. Jean-Pierre Michel, MD, Director of the Federation of Geriatric Education of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics – World
122 min Management of Undernutrition in Clinical Settings Prof. Lim Wee Shiong, Md, PhD
142 min Case report Dr. Li-Ning Peng (Lily) Peng, (Taipei)
152 min Discussion Dr. Chabolol Chalermsri, MD (Bangkok)
172 min Short synthesis Prof. Jean-Pierre Michel
 

Immediate: EACCME (Europe, Canada and USA Accreditation) Feedback:

online evaluation of the session by attendees and participants

Online quiz of the participants’ knowledge :

Available for 48 hours after the end of the session

 

Objectives
  1. Perfectly know the definition of malnutrition
  2. Be aware of the importance of malnutrition in the old population (in the community and different health care facilities)
  3. Understand the most severe consequences of malnutrition in old age adults
  4. Learn the impact of oral health and mouth hygiene on the normal and pathological ageing process
  5. Know the differences between nutritional screening and nutritional assessment
  6. Select the nutritional screening tools which fit the best with your clinical practice
  7. Perceive the important of proteins intake on health
  8. Understand the value of the nutrition care pathway
  9. Grasp all results of well-prescribed oral nutritional supplements

Saturday 11 December 2021 Final program

The new program has been developed together with the IAGG-Asian Academy for Medicine of Ageing (AAMA) and will be devoted to all “future leaders” in Gerontology and Geriatrics who are eligible to participate and in compatible time zones.

The online teaching activities will propose 3-hour training sessions, to be held once a month (on the second Saturday of the month for the training sessions organised by the Asian Academy for Medicine of Aging).

The first session is scheduled on Saturday 11 December 2021, see objectives and timing below:

  • Be aware of the important worldwide demographic shift
  • Understand the history evolution of the concept of “Healthy Ageing”
  • Learn the underlying basis of the “WHO Healthy Ageing” definition
  • Know the goals of the “UN-WHO decade of Healthy Ageing 2021-2030”
  • Perceive the challenge of measuring “Healthy Ageing”
  • Incorporate the individual and environmental components of “Ageing in place”
  • Grasp the results of the existing multicomponent study to promote “Healthy Ageing” within the community

 

IAGG e-TRIGGER – 1st Session of 3 hours
Saturday 11 December, 2021
06.00 p.m. in Canberra (time zone: UTC+10)
0 min Introduction of the session and 1st expert Prof Jean-Pierre Michel MD,

Director of the Federation of Geriatric Education of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics – World

2 min Healthy Ageing concepts 

 

Dr Yuka Sumi, MD, PhD
Medical Officer, WHO maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and ageing
22 min Case report Dr Ming-Yueh Chou (Pittie), Kaohsiung
32 min Discussion Dr Taro Kojima, Tokyo
52 min Short synthesis Prof Jean-Pierre Michel MD
 
60 min Introduction of the topic and expert Prof Liang Kung Chen, MD, PhD, Co-President of the Asian Academy of Medicine of Ageing
62 min UN-WHO Decade of Healthy Ageing 2021-2030 Dr. Ritu Sadana, Sc D.  Head, WHO Secretariat, WHO Council on the Economics of Health for All
82 min Case report Dr. Taro Kojima, Tokyo
92 min Discussion Dr Yonchul Park, Wonju
112 Short synthesis Prof Liang Kung Chen, MD, PhD
 
120 min Introduction of the topic and expert Prof Hidenori Arai MD, PhD
Co-President of the Asian Academy of Medicine of Ageing
122 min Community-Based Healthy Ageing Liang Kung Chen, MD, PhD, Co-President of the Asian Academy of Medicine of Ageing
142 min Case report Dr Yonchul Park, Wonju
152 min Discussion Dr Ming-Yueh Chou, Kaohsiung
172 min Short synthesis Prof Hidenori Arai MD, PhD
Online evaluation of the session by attendees and participants
Online control of knowledge to demonstrate the higher order thinking skills of the trainees.

 

Timing:

  • 06.00 p.m. in Canberra (time zone: UTC+10)