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Symposia - VAB
Sous le haut patronage
de Monsieur Nicolas SARKOZY,
Président de la République Française
5-9
IAGG
JULY 2009
PALAIS DES
CONGRÈS
PARIS
www.gerontologyparis2009.com
programme
Contents
Welcome Addresses
page 3
Committees
page 5
Other Meetings
page 6
General Information
page 7
Congress Hotels
page 14
Social Programme
page 16
List of Exhibitors
page 17
Exhibition Map
page 25
Palais des Congrès - Floor plans
page 26
Scientific Programme
page 29
Scientific Information
page 30
Sunday 5 July
page 33
Monday 6 July
page 43
Tuesday 7 July
page 85
Wednesday 8 July
page 125
Thursday 9 July
page 165
Posters
page 173
Dear Colleagues,
W
e are very pleased to welcome you to the XIXth World
Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics. This event
should be a great success as such a participation has
never been reached before. We have received more than
600 submitted symposia and more than 4400 abstracts.
This has allowed us to set up a steady scientific program,
particularly attractive in geriatric medicine, social
gerontology, psychology or biology of ageing. The reported
registration figures are beyond expectation: they come
from many various countries and truly represent all the
different IAGG societies. This meeting will get together
worldwide specialists who will share their experience
and their findings. We hope that all this added to the
exciting atmosphere of the Palais des Congrès and the
enchanting moments of leisure offered by Paris, will give
you an unforgettable « souvenir ».
Bernard FORETTE
President
of the
Congress
Bruno VELLAS
Scientific
Committee
Chairman
IAGG
President
Elect
T
he Société Française de Gériatrie et Gérontologie is honored and pleased
to welcome the XIXth World Congress of the International Association of
Gerontology and Geriatrics in Paris. There is no doubt that the organizers’ joint
efforts to promote this event, will be rewarded by your active involvement.
Very many delegations of gerontologists and geriatricians coming from all over the
world, will bring more than knowledge: they will exchange their ideas, share findings
from their works and examine new fields of research.
With regards to the challenge of ageing, the congress’s « Longevity, health and wealth »,
is a reminder that the efficiency of our decision making and our different strategies are
based on a overall view of age progress, incorporating gerontological and geriatrical
aspects. We are all convinced of course, that the contribution of biology and medicine
is essential. But we also know that it is not enough. Indeed, we must widen our
involvement to human and social sciences, in order to develop new and successful
cooperations. This multidisciplinary issue brings continuous progress that will then
ensure the improvement of our elders’ quality of life.
By your attendance and your involvement, we thank you for giving
this congress all its vitality and strength.
Jean-Pierre Aquino
Président de la Société Française de Gériatrie et Gérontologie
T
he organization of an international congress is a great move demanding years
of planning. However, it is also a great opportunity to congregate a worldwide
community of researchers, people involved in planning and setting up services
and those working in Gerontology and Geriatrics. No one is here searching for
miraculous drugs to stop the life clock, but to discuss alternatives to minimize the
negative aspects of ageing and to promote active ageing.
It does not matter the language we talk, the culture we live or if some old person
lives in Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai, Chicago or Rio. All old people in the world despite
the heterogeneity share basic challenges. Prejudice, a negative view by the eyes of
economists and political leaders and a tendency in the medical field not to recognize
that different demands urge for different actions. To overcome this is one of the great
challenges of the XXIth century, a goal almost as great as fighting global warming.
This is the century of Ageing. This is not an inconvenient true it is rather convenient,
since it implies humankind has been able to overcome those factor
involved in infant and early mortality. Thus it comes: why to survive?
We are gathered in Paris to help finding the answer.
Renato Maia Guimarães
President 2005-2009
International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics
Local organizing committee
› Bernard FORETTE - 19th IAGG World Congress President
› Bruno VELLAS - Scientific Committee President
› Jean-Pierre AQUINO - SFGG President
› Athanase BENETOS - Treasurer
› Françoise FORETTE - SFGG Past President
› Alain FRANCO - SFGG Past President
› Claude JEANDEL - Secretary
› Robert MOULIAS – Past Chair, European Region
› Jean-Marie ROBINE – Loc Member
› Geneviève RUAULT – SFGG General Representative
› Jacques TRÉTON – SFGG Vice President
› Jean-Marie VETEL – SFGG Board Member, Co-Treasurer
Programme planning
committee
Advisory
board
19th IAGG World Congress Paris 2009
› Bernard FORETTE – President
› Jean-Pierre BAEYENS – Belgium
› Athanase BENETOS – France
› Roberto BERNABEI – Italy
› Alfonso CRUZ-JENTOFT – Spain
› Françoise FORETTE – France
› Alain FRANCO – France
› Serge GAUTHIER – Canada
› Olivier HANON – France
› Jean-Pierre MICHEL – Switzerland
› John MORLEY – USA
› Robert MOULIAS – France
› José Manuel RIBERA-CASADO – Spain
› Larry RUBEINSTEIN – USA
› Cornel SIEBER – Germany
› Alan SINCLAIR – UK
› Astrid STUCKELBERGER – Switzerland
› Bruno VELLAS - France
IAGG Executive Committee Members
› Claudia BURLA – Secretary General
› Renato Maia GUIMARAES – President
› Gloria GUTMAN – Immediate Past President
›M
onica RODRIGUEZ-PERRACINI – Treasurer
› Bruno VELLAS – President Elect
IAGG Regional Chairs
› Norah C. KEATING – North America
› Jean-Pierre BAEYENS – Europe
› Fernando GOMEZ – Latin America
& Caribbean (COMLAT)
› Yasuyoshi OUCHI – Asia & Oceania
Other Meetings
› Monday 6 July
ILC Symposium
From 10:30 to 12:00 - Room 253 – Level 2
IAGG Council
From 12:30 to 17:00 - Room 253 – Level 2
› Tuesday 7 July
Student Travel Awards & ICGSO Meeting
From 10:30 to 12:00 - Room 253 – Level 2
IAGG Council
From 12:30 to 17:00 - Room 253 – Level 2
General Information
› Date & Location
The 19th IAGG World Congress will be held in Paris, France from 5 to 9 July 2009.
PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE PARIS
2, place de la Porte Maillot
75017 Paris – France
Metro Line 1 / RER station: “Porte Maillot”
› Congress Secretariat
During the meeting:
Palais des Congrès
Information and Registration desks – Level 3
2, place de la Porte Maillot – 75017 Paris (France)
Opening hours:
Sunday 5 July Monday 6 July
Tuesday 7 July
Wednesday 8 July
Thursday 9 July
08:00 – 18:00
07:30 – 18:00
07:30 – 18:00
07:30 – 18:00
07:30 – 11:00
For information:
www.gerontologyparis2009.com
After the meeting:
IAGG 2009 c/o Colloquium Paris
12. rue de la Croix Faubin
75557 PARIS cedex 11, France
Tel: +33 (0)1 44 64 15 15
Fax: +33 (0)1 44 64 15 16
E-mail: [email protected]
General information
› Access to the Palais des Congrès within Paris
METRO: The metro is probably the best way to travel within the city. It operates
continuously from 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. You should keep your ticket until you
leave the metro as you may need to use it to open some exit doors and must
present it upon request to any controller. Line 1 of the metro (La Défense Château de Vincennes) crosses the city from east to west and provides direct
access to the Palais des Congrès “Porte Maillot” station.
RER Commuter train: Line C direct to “Porte Maillot” station.
BUS: Although slower than the metro at certain hours of the day depending on
traffic density, bus services are frequent during the day and more irregular after
8:00 p.m. on some lines. Lines to “Porte Maillot”: 82 (Luxembourg - Neuilly), 73
(Concorde – La Défense), and PC (circular line around Paris)
CAR: To reach “Porte Maillot”, you need to drive on the “Periphérique” ring road
and you should exit on “Porte Maillot”. Direct access to the underground parking
of the Palais des Congrès via Porte Maillot. Open 24 hours a day.
TAXI: There are 470 taxi stations on the city’s major avenues and boulevards.
There is an initial fee for each ride and it is usual to give the taxi driver a tip.
Average fare from Downtown to the Palais des Congrès is 12 €.
› Badges
A name badge will be provided on-site with your registration documents (not mailed
out prior to the congress). The wearing of this badge is compulsory both inside the
conference rooms and sessions and at all events organised during the congress.
Colour code:
Delegates:
Exhibitors:
Media Press: Organisation: transparent
green
yellow
red
› Banking and currency exchange
The French currency is the Euro.
Banks are generally open every day from 9:00 to 17:00 from Monday to Friday.
Some branches are open on Saturdays. The nearest automatic telling machine is
located on level 1 of the Palais des Congrès. It accepts most international credit
cards (Visa, MasterCard, Amex) and operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
A foreign exchange office is located on level 1 of the Palais des Congrès. Foreign
currency may also be obtained within main train stations, international airports,
major banks and most large hotels.
General information
› Cellular phone
Cellular phones must be switched off in the conference rooms.
› Chairpersons and speakers
Chairpersons and speakers should locate their session as early as possible. They
should be in their session room 10 min. prior to the beginning of their session.
All speakers are requested to keep strictly to their allotted time.
› Climate and clothing
Weather in Paris in July is usually sunny and pleasant with temperatures
ranging from 17°C to 25°C. It is however recommended to bring a raincoat and
a sweater.
› Cloakroom
A cloakroom is at participant’s disposal during the on-site secretariat opening
hours. It is located on level 3 nearby the welcome registration area. Please make
sure that no personal belongings are left after closing each day.
› Conference rooms
Grand Auditorium access from level 0
Amphitheater Bleu & room Maillot, level 2
Amphitheaters Bordeaux & Havane, level 3
Rooms 241, 242, 243, level 2 – Paris side
Rooms 251, 252, 253, level 2 – Neuilly side
Rooms 341, 342, 343, level 3 – Paris side
Rooms 351, 352, 353, level 3 – Neuilly side
The first digit
of each room
number indicates
the level, the
second one the
side and the last
digit indicates the
order in the hall.
› Congress bags
The congress bags will be handed out in the exhibition area level 2, see floor
plan page 25.
› Congress language
The official congress language is English. The submitted abstracts, general
correspondence and congress sessions are in English. Simultaneous translation
will be provided from English to French during the congress in room Havane,
level 3.
General information
› Congress registration & cancellation conditions
All participants must be registered. The deadline for online registration is June
12. After this date, registration will be taken on-site at the “On-site Registration
Desk” starting Sunday, July 5, at 08:00 am.
Participant fee includes:
On-Site
-A
dmission to all congress sessions
Participants
700 e
(except pre-congress meetings,
please check registration conditions)
Students*
400 e
- Admission to the technical
Accompanying persons
120 e
exhibition
- Admission to the welcome reception
Congress dinner**
85 e
- Congress programme and documents
(only for registered persons)
VAT 19.6% included in the above mentioned rates.
* For students’ registration, please provide with a copy of your student card.
** Upon availability.
Cancellation policy: All cancellations must be notified in writing (i.e. letter or fax
confirmed by mail) to:
COLLOQUIUM, 12 rue de la Croix-Faubin 75011 Paris, France
Fax: +33 1 44 64 15 16 - E-mail: [email protected]
Name substitution received before 15 April 2009 will be processed without fees. After this
date it will be considered a cancellation.
All refunds will be processed after the congress.
Requests for refunds made after 15 April 2009 will be not considered.
Refund of registration fees: For cancellations received on or before 15 April 2009: 50 €
will be withheld. For cancellations received after 15 April 2009: no refunds.
Hotel Cancellation Policy: The cancellation policy is applicable to the individual Hotel
reservation. All cancellation must be made in writing (letter or fax) to the Administrative
Secretariat according to the following conditions:
Cancellation made before 15 April 2009: no charge, deposit paid will be refunded after the
congress.
Cancellation made after 15 April 2009: no refund.
Reduction of stay and early departures: the full stay will be charged (the hotel will
keep the one-night deposit and will charge your credit card with the amount corresponding
to the remaining stay).
From May 25, any room cancellation or modification will be invoiced and must be paid.
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General information
› Duplication, recording prohibited
Audio-taping, video-recording, digital taping or any other form of duplication is
strictly prohibited in the session rooms and coffee break areas. Photographs
may be taken, with the consent of the person(s) to be photographed, outside of
the working sessions.
› Exhibition
The exhibition is located on level 2 (list of exhibitors and map on pages 24 & 25)
and finishes on Wednesday evening.
Opening hours:
Sunday 5 July Monday 6 July
Tuesday 7 July
Wednesday 8 July
12:00 – 18:00
08:00 – 18:00
08:00 – 18:00
08:00 – 18:00
› Insurance policy
The organizers cannot be responsible for medical, travel or personal claims.
Participants are strongly advised to take out an insurance policy covering three areas:
health and accident, loss of luggage and cancellation (travel and registration).
› Lost and found
Lost items should be returned to the Congress Information desk (level 3). Should
you loose anything, please report to the Information desk for assistance.
› No smoking policy
IAGG’s policy is to have no-smoking meetings; smoking is forbidden during all of
the meeting in the Palais des Congrès. In particular, please note that smoking is
prohibited throughout the congress premises, including in the rest areas.
› On-site facilities
• On levels 0 and 1 of the Palais des Congrès are located: Air France travel
agency, newspaper kiosk, foreign exchange office, automatic telling machine,
shops, restaurants, coffee-shops, bars, hairdresser, an automatic postagestamps distributor, etc.
• A Web area for all delegates is located in the exhibition, level 2.
• The Gerontechnology platform is a dedicated area to new technologies that can
be visited on level 2, Neuilly side.
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General information
› Poster presentation
Posters will be changed every day and each poster will be displayed for one day
only. (Day of display has been notified in the confirmation letter).
Posters dimensions: 120 cm heights x 90 cm width
Set-up: as from 7.30 am
Display timeframe: all day long (only one day per poster, assigned)
Dismantling: 7.00 pm AT THE LATEST
Poster presenters are requested to proceed to the Poster Desk first, located in
the Welcome area (see maps pages 176 & 177), where they will be given their
official poster voucher and hanging material.
The organizing committee will not be responsible for any material lost or
damaged if they are not promptly removed.
› Press room
The Press room is located in room 211. Journalists are invited to report to the
Press room to obtain the assistance and information they require.
› Shuttles
Free shuttles are organized for the congress’ participants from Roissy-Charles
de Gaulle Airport to the Palais des Congrès and return.
• From Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport to the Palais des Congrès:
from Sunday to Wednesday between 08:00 am and 11:00 am
Terminal 1 departure every 30 mn – departure level gate 10/12
Terminal 2 departure every 15 mn after the departure at teminal 1 –
Arrival level Gates A8, D8, F6/7
• From the Palais des Congrès to Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport:
from Monday to Thursday between 05:30 pm to 08:30 pm
› Useful web sites
IAGG 2009: www.gerontologyparis2009.com
IAGG: www.iagg.com
SFGG: www.sfgg.fr
Venue: www.palais-congres-paris.fr
Tourism: www.paris-touristoffice.com
National airline company: www.airfance.fr
National train network: www.sncf.fr
Metro, bus in Paris (loadable map): www.ratp.fr
Car rental: www.europcar.com www.budgetrentacar.com www.hertz.fr
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General information
› VAT – Value Added Tax
The Value Added Tax (VAT) is included in all fees of the Congress. According to the
European Tax Legislation, organizers of international congresses and services
companies have to invoice all services with 19.6% French VAT (“TVA” in French).
This percentage is applicable on all or part of the rate.
As a participant in the ECI Congress you may have (if you are a tax-registered
company/organisation in your home country) the possibility -under certain
conditions- to recover the VAT paid on certain types of expenses occurred.
If you wish to reclaim the VAT yourself:
There are special conditions for the recovery by foreign companies/organizations
of VAT settled in France. An explanatory note on VAT recovery in France is
available on: www.impots.gouv.fr
> go to area “Documentation”, then “Rechercher un formulaire”.
As this French government internet site is regrettably in French only, you may
prefer to contact the French administration directly by mail or telephone or
email:
Direction Générale des Impôts,
Service des Remboursements de TVA des assujettis étrangers,
10 rue d’Uzès, 75080 Paris Cedex 2, France
Phone: +33 (0)1 44 82 25 40/41 - E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.impots.gouv.fr
Alternatively, you may wish to obtain assistance from a specialized company
such as:
TVA CONSEIL
Phone: +33 (0)1 34 62 51 14 - Fax: +33 (0)1 30 56 68 98
E-mail: [email protected]
or:
TEVEA INTERNATIONAL,
Phone: +33 (0)1 42 24 96 96 - Fax: +33 (0)1 42 24 89 23 - E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.tevea-international.com
Please be aware that a commission will be taken by this type of company on any
amount refunded to you.
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Congress Hotels
› 4 stars hotels
CONCORDE LA FAYETTE
3 place du Général Koenig
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 40 68 50 68
Subway: Porte Maillot, Line 1
MERIDIEN ETOILE
51 bld Gouvion-St-Cyr
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 40 55 34 34
Subway: Porte Maillot, Line 1
BEST WESTERN BASSANO
24 rue Bassano
75116 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 47 20 49 03
Subway: Georges V, Line 1
MERCURE SUFFREN
20 rue Jean Rey
75015 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 45 78 50 00
Subway: Champ de Mars, RER C
AMPERE
102 avenue Villiers
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 44 29 17 17
Subway: Pereire, Line 2
BEST WESTERN 1er Regent
6 rue Pierre Demours
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 45 74 07 30
Subway: Ternes, Line 2
NOVOTEL LES HALLES
8 place Marguerite de Navarre
75001 Paris
Ph : +33 (0)1 42 21 31 31
Subway : Châtelet les Halles,
Line 4
SPLENDID ETOILE
1 bis avenue Carnot
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 45 72 72 00
Subway: Charles de Gaule
Etoile, Line 1
CHATEAU FRONTENAC
54 rue Pierre Charron
75008 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 53 23 13 13
Subway: Georges V, Line 1
FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT
18 rue Clément Marot
75008 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 53 57 49 50
Subway: Franklin Roosevelt,
Line 1
HOTEL ROCHESTER
92 rue de la Boëtie
75008 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 56 69 69 00
Subway: Franklin Roosevelt,
Line1
NOVOTEL TOUR EIFFEL
61 quai du Grenelle
75015 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 40 58 20 00
Subway: Bir Hakeim, Line 6
SOFITEL LA DEFENSE
34 cour Michelet
92000 Puteaux
Ph: +33 (0)1 47 76 44 43
Subway: La Défense, Line 1
COURTYARD NEUILLY
58 bld Victor Hugo
92200 Neuilly sur Seine
Ph: +33 (0)1 55 63 64 64
Subway: Anatole France,
Line 3
HILTON LA DEFENSE
2 place de la défense - CNIT
92800 Puteaux
Ph: +33 (0)1 46 92 10 10
Subway: La Défense, Line 1
HILTON ARC DE TRIOMPHE
51 rue de Courcelles
75008 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 58 36 37 00
Subway: Courcelles, Line 2
HOTEL DU LOUVRE
Place André Malraux
75001 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 44 58 38 38
Subway: Palais Royal, Line 1
HOTEL WARWICK
5 rue Berrie
75008 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 45 63 14 11
Subway: Georges V, Line 1
VILLA MAILLOT
143 avenue de Malakoff - 75116 Paris - Ph: +33 (0)1 53 64 52 52 - 5’ walking distance
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› 3 stars hotels
MONCEAU ELYSEES
38 rue Cardinet
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 47 63 88 60
Subway: Monceau, Line 2
NOVOTEL LA DEFENSE
2 bld de Neuilly
92400 Courbevoie
Ph: +33 (0)1 41 45 23 23
Subway: La Défense, Line 1
TILSITT ETOILE
23 rue Brey
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 48 80 39 71
5’ walking distance
ETOILE PEREIRE
146 bld Pereire
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 42 67 60 00
Subway: Pereire, Line 2
MAGELLAN
17 rue Jean Baptiste Dumas
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 45 72 44 51
Subway: Pereire, Line 2
FERTEL MAILLOT
269 bld Pereire
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 44 09 92 92
Subway: Porte Maillot, Line 1
FERTEL ETOILE
4 rue des Acacias
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 47 66 77 75
Subway: Argentine, Line 1
RESIDENCE IMPERIALE
155 avenue de Malakoff
75016 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 45 00 23 45
Subway: Porte Maillot, Line 1
BALMORAL
6 rue du Général Lanzerac
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 43 80 30 50
Subway: Argentine, Line 1
CHEVERNY
7 Villa Berthier
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 43 80 46 42
Subway: Champerret, Line 3
NEUILLY PARK
23 rue Madeleine Michelis
92200 Neuilly
Ph: +33 (0)1 46 40 11 15
5’ walking distance
VILLA DES TERNES
97 avenue Ternes
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 53 81 94 94
5’ walking distance
CECILIA
11 avenue Mac Mahon - 75017 Paris - Ph: +33 (0)1 48 80 32 10 - Subway: Charles de Gaulle
Etoile, Line 1
› 2 stars hotels
IBIS PORTE DE CLICHY
163 bis avenue de Clichy
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 40 25 20 00
Subway: Porte de Clichy,
Line 13
CAMPANILE BERTHIER
4 bld Berthier
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 46 27 01 77
Subway: Porte de Clichy,
Line 13
ELYSEE ETOILE
5 rue de l’étoile
75017 Paris
Ph: +33 (0)1 43 80 22 19
Subway: Charles de Gaulle
Etoile, Line 1
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Social Programme
› Opening ceremony
S
unday 5 July 2009, 17:45
Grand Auditorium, level 0
› Welcome cocktail
S
unday 5 July 2009, 19:15
Salons Concorde, level 4
› Closing ceremony
T
hursday 9 July 2009, 10:30
Amphi Bordeaux, level 3
› Optional Congress dinner
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Tuesday 7 July 2009, from 20:00 to 23:00
Cruise on the Seine river
List of Exhibitors
booth number
Dermatological Laboratories
› Avène
www.eau-thermale-avene.com
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Based on Avène thermal spring water, active ingredient with soothing and anti-irritant
properties, used at the Avène Hydrotherapy Center, Avène Dermatological Laboratories have
developed a line of products. To meet the needs of dermatologists. All our products comply with
a stringent quality charter which guarantees their perfect tolerance and effectiveness. Innovation
in dermatology.
France
› Biometrics
www.biometrics.fr
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Biometrics France is active in the fields of research, clinical, rehabilitation, ergonomy and sport.
The company is specialized in gait and 3D movement analysis:
- Opto-electronic 3D movement analysis system Vicon (GB)
- Ultra-sounds 3D movement analysis system Zebris (DE)
- Analysis of spatial and temporal parameter of gait GAITRite (USA)
- Zero Wire EMG WiFi system AURION (It)
- Biomechanics force plates AMTI (USA)
- Pressure Distribution force plates and treadmills Zebris (DE)
- Accelerometers for gait analysis and daily activities Mc Roberts (NL)
- Pressure mapping systems for wheelchair and bed FSA (CA)
- Electro-goniometers,
accelerometers, EMG, Datalog, Datalink data acquisition systems
Biometrics Ltd (GB)
- Quantified muscular testing with MicroFET Biometrics Europe (NL)
Europe Ltd › Eisai
www.eisai.co.uk
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Eisai Co. Ltd. is a research-based human health care (hhc) company that discovers, develops and
markets products in more than 30 countries. Eisai focuses its efforts in three therapeutic areas:
neurology, gastro-intestinal disorders and oncology/critical care. Through a global network of
research facilities, manufacturing sites and marketing subsidiaries, Eisai actively participates
in all aspects of the worldwide health care system. Eisai employs more than 8,000 people
worldwide.
Medical Systems B.V.
› Finapres
www.finapres.com
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Finapres Medical Systems (FMS) is the pioneer in non-invasive beat to beat hemodynamic
monitoring using the Finapres technology for continuous finger blood pressure measurement.
Its state of the art devices such as Portapres® and Finometer® can non-invasively monitor up to
15 cardiac parameters beat by beat, including blood pressure, cardiac output and stroke volume.
The PC based Beatscope® SW facilitates on-line monitoring and full disclosure of both waveform
data and beat-to-beat cardiovascular parameters.
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List of exhibitors
Lundbeck A/S
› H.www.lundbeck.com
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Lundbeck – The Specialist in Psychiatry – Pioneer in Neurology
H. Lundbeck A/S is an international pharmaceutical company dedicated in research and
development of new drugs for treatment of CNS disorders including depression, insomnia,
schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Research has been the foundation
of Lundbeck activities for more than 50 years, and the company’s mission is to improve the
quality of life for peop
om psychiatric and neurological disorders.
› H UR Health & Fitness Equipment, HUR Labs,
Physio Tools Ltd, RaiSoft
www.hur.fi / www.physiotools.com / www.hurlabs.com
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HUR Health and Fitness Equipment is worldwide recognized as a technology leader with 20
years of experience in strength training equipment for rehabilitation centers, nursing homes,
physiotherapy clinics, fitness clubs, hotels and beyond.
HUR equipments were designed in cooperation with different universities and leading physiology
and biomechanics experts.
This pneumatic air-resistance technology allows seniors, people of all ages and abilities to safely
build their functional fitness by increasing and maintaining their ROM, re-educate and strengthen
muscles, increase static and dynamic endurance and increase bone density.
Equipments designed and manufactured in Finland are used in over 5000 facilities all over the
world.
PhysioTools is the global market leader in exercise prescription software. The exercise library
covers a wide range of areas of interest and includes over 50 modules and 15,000 exercises,
available in 20 languages. The professional content is developed by world renowned authors and
leading experts in their field
HUR Labs is a leading vendor for equipment and software for testing and training of balance. Our
balance platforms BT3 and BT4 are approved and certified medical CE devices. They are easy
to use and very portable. The included software suite features several testing protocols with a
wide normative database for easy comparison of results. It includes visual feedback exercises
developed to enhance coordination, body control and balance. Multiple difficulty levels makes
the training challenging and fun for people of all ages and balance skill levels. Come try the BT4
balance platform on our stand no. 64.
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Institut National de Prévention et d’Éducation pour la Santé /
National Institute for Prevention and Health Education 58
www.inpes.sante.fr
The National Institute for Prevention and Health Education - Inpes is a public establishment
created in 2002. The Institute plays a major role in public health and is in charge of
implementing prevention and health education policies at national level. Inpes leads
several actions as part of the national « healthy ageing » plan, including:
• Information campaigns for the elderly.
• Conception and dissemination of documents and guidelines for the elderly, their relatives and
for professionals.
• Conception and dissemination of teaching aids for the old patient.
• Studies and research on behaviours and opinions of the elderly towards their health.
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Anti-aging Systems
› International
www.antiaging-systems.com
› InterRAI
www.interrai.org
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InterRAI is an international collaborative non-profit network of researchers and practitioners
in over 30 countries. Our goal is to promote evidence-informed clinical practice and policy
decisions through the collection and interpretation of high quality data about the characteristics
and outcomes of elderly persons served across a variety of health and social services settings.
The interRAI family of tools and applications (comprehensive assessment, outcome measures,
clinical assessment protocols, case-mix algorithms and quality indicators) has been developed
to work together to form an integrated health information system to improve continuity of care,
as well as to integrate care and supports for each individual.
› Ipsen
www.ipsen.com
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Ipsen is an innovation-driven international specialty pharmaceutical group with over 20 products
on the market and a total worldwide staff of nearly 4,200. Its development strategy is based on
a combination of specialty products, which are growth drivers, in targeted therapeutic areas
(oncology, endocrinology and neurology), and primary care products. The location of its four
Research & Development centres (Paris, Boston, Barcelona, London) and its peptide and protein
engineering platform give the Group a competitive edge in gaining access to leading university
research teams and highly qualified personnel. In 2008, Research and Development expenditure
was about €183 million, close to 19% of consolidated sales, which amounted to €971 million
while total revenues exceeded €1 billion.
› Janssen-Cilag
www.janssen-cilag.fr
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› JNHA-Springer
www.springer.com / www.serdi-fr.com/jnha
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Healthcare › Linde
www.linde-healthcare.fr
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The JNHA is an official journal for the IAGG, the EUGMS and the IANA. The JNHA is divided in four
sections: Nutrition, Clinical Neurosciences, Clinical Trials and Aging, Geriatric Science. Major
aims of JNHA are to contribute to the improvement of knowledge regarding the relationships
between nutrition and the aging process, the development of clinical trials in the field of age
related disease e.g. Alzheimer’s disease, Frailty, Sarcopenia Mobility disorders.
JNHA is distributed by Springer, leading global scientific publisher, and part of Springer
Science+Business Media.
Linde Healthcare medical gases and associated services are used in many fields of modern
medicine: anesthesia and analgesia, surgery, cryo-surgery, lung function support, in vivo- and
in vitro-diagnostics, and instrument sterilization. In emergency care, medicinal gases help to
treat and allow to gain time for life saving procedures. Medicinal gas mixtures for pain relief are
effective for providing immediate help for practitioners and patients. Outside hospital, Homecare
division of Linde Healthcare offers solutions that improve patient’s daily quality of life, even while
traveling.
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Merck Sharp & Dohme -Chibret
› Laboratoires
www.merck.com
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MSD is a subsidiary of Merck & Co., a global research-driven pharmaceutical company dedicated
to putting patients first. Established in 1891, Merck discovers, develops, manufactures and
markets vaccines and medicines to address unmet medical needs. Our priorities are focused
on turning cutting-edge science into breakthrough medicines that have the potential to become
important medical advances, notably in gerontology and geriatrics.
International Ltd
› Mundipharma
www.mundipharma.co.uk
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Mundipharma is one of the Purdue/Mundipharma/Napp independent associated companies privately owned companies and joint ventures covering the world’s pharmaceutical markets. The
companies worldwide are dedicated to bringing to patients with severe and debilitating diseases
the benefits of novel treatment options in fields such as severe pain, haemato-oncology and
respiratory disease.
Program on Aging
› NACDA
www.icpsr.umich.edu/NACDA/
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Nutrition
› Nestlé
www.nestlenutrition.com / www.nestlenutrition-institute.org
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Nestlé HealthCare Nutrition, part of Nestlé Nutrition, makes a positive difference to the
nutritional health, well-being and quality of life of patients through the development and delivery
of innovative, medically recognized branded nutritional solutions. Our range of solutions helps to
optimize the nutritional intake of patients whether their goal is to combat disease and/or recover
better and faster or to stay healthy. Excellent taste and convenient formats help patients comply
with recommended intakes. Our range addresses standard and disease specific nutritional needs
and related services including patient and healthcare professional education and training. Nestlé
HealthCare Nutrition has worldwide headquarters in Gland (Switzerland).
Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE)
› National
www.nicenet.ca
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NICE, headquartered in Canada, is an international knowledge transfer network of researchers,
practitioners, students and seniors dedicated to improving care for older adults globally. NICE
develops and disseminates easy-to-use tools, based on rigourous research, to healthcare
professionals, older adults, and their friends, families and caregivers. NICE also aims to
improve education and enrolment in gerontology/geriatrics. NICE works in partnership with
the Canadian Association on Gerontology (CAG), a multidisciplinary scientific and educational
association providing leadership in the field of aging in Canada. CAG encourages studies in
gerontology, fosters collaborations between diverse professions and disciplines, and publishes
the Canadian Journal on Aging.
› Novartis
www.novartis.fr
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The diversity of diseases in geriatrics supposes a wide range of solutions. Thanks to his
therapeutics range and his capacity to innovate, Novartis answers to the important health
needs of your patients. Cardiology (Diovan®, Exforge®), diabetology (Eucreas®, Galvus®),
osteoporosis (Aclasta®), oncology, neuroscience (Exelon®, Stalevo®), ophtalmics (Lucentis®)
and Proximology: so many therapeutics areas where Novartis provides care for elderly patients
and theirs family carers.
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Advance Medical Nutrition
› Nutricia
www.nutricia.com
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Nutricia is a specialised unit of Danone, with a mission to lead the use of Advanced Medical
Nutrition in disease management and disease prevention. With its focus on innovative, sciencebased nutrition delivering proven consumer benefits and better clinical outcomes for patients,
Nutricia supports Danone’s broader mission to bring health through food to the greatest number.
Nutricia was acquired by Danone in 2007.
Nutricia offers a broad range of disease targeted products in the fields of diabetes, oncology,
respiratory diseases, nephrology, and wound care. For more information, please contact Dr Ceri
Green, Global Medical Department, Tel: +31 20 456 9099, e-mail: [email protected]
France
› Nycomed
www.nycomed.com
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Our mission is to bring medicines that matter to patients and healthcare providers.
Healthcare
› Orange
www.orange.com/sante
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Patients in gerontology and geriatric can benefit from solutions such as mobile assistance
service, available 24/7, a very easy to use terminal to monitor any changes in their health status.
It also reminds them when to take their treatments or when they have a medical appointment,
and enables them to communicate with their caregivers. On the strength of its position as an
integrated services operator, Orange has technological know-how to be able to develop solutions
which are not only simple, reliable and effective for medical and personal care services, but
which also contribute to bringing innovation to patients and an enhanced experience in managing
their health and illnesses.
University Press / Oxford Journals
› Oxford
www.oxfordjournals.org
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Oxford Journals, a division of Oxford University Press, is proud to now publish the journals
of the Gerontological Society of America: The Gerontologist, The Journals of Gerontology:
Series A Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, and The Journals of Gerontology: Series
B Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. We are also proud to publish Age and Ageing on
behalf of The British Geriatrics Society. Please visit our booth for free sample copies of these
journals and information on special offers and discounts from OUP.
Revue de Gériatrie
› La
www.revuedegeriatrie.fr
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› sanofi-aventis
www.sanofi-aventis.com
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Sanofi aventis, a leading global pharmaceutical company, discovers, develops and distributes
therapeutic solutions to improve the lives of everyone.
Sanofi aventis is No1 in Europe, with double digit growth in emerging markets, present in more
than 100 countries; Sanofi aventis is a diversified healthcare company.
Group strategy is based on three key themes to reach and deliver sustainable growth.
• Increasing innovation in Research & Development.
• Adapting our structure to meet the challenge of the future.
• Exploring external growth opportunities.
Focused on patients needs, sanofi aventis offers a range of essential healthcare assets, including
a broad-based product portfolio and a presence worldwide.
Sanofi aventis develops and proposes a broad therapeutic offer answering to aging related
diseases: cardiovascular, diabetes, Thrombosis, Central Nervous system, oncology, flu…
Pasteur MSD
› Sanofi
www.spmsd.com
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Building upon the legacy of pioneers like Louis Pasteur we want to help protect people against
infectious diseases so that they can live longer, feel better and achieve more. We are dedicated
exclusively to vaccines because we believe prevention is better than cure and immunisation is
the best prevention.Our 45 vaccines help protect people from 20 infectious diseases, including
cervical cancer, liver cancer, tuberculosis, poliomyelitis, rabies, measles, yellow fever, shingles
and influenza. Our vaccines help protect everyone –from infancy to old age. Sanofi Pasteur MSD
is a joint venture between sanofi pasteur - the vaccine division of sanofi-aventis - and Merck
& Co. Inc.. We develop, license, manufacture and distribute vaccines in Western Europe. We
lead the vaccine industry in Western Europe with an estimated 37% of the vaccine market in
2008. Together with sanofi Pasteur and Merck we are working to make vaccines available to
more people in the developing world, in alliance with organisations such as the World Health
Organisation (WHO) and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI).
International
› Servier
www.servier.fr
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Karger Publishers
› S.www.karger.com
63 bis
Gerontological Society of America
› The
www.geron.org
Medical
› Verathon
www.verathon.fr
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Bladderscan® bladder volume instruments are portable, 3D ultrasound devices that quickly,
accurately and noninvasively measure urinary bladder volume and post-void residual (PVR).
Bladderscan® prevent unnecessary catheterization, reduces infection, assists in managing
incontinence, and helps diagnose bladder dysfunction.
Designed to be used by physicians or nurses, without the need for a sonographer, Bladderscan®
are easy to learn and use.
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› Vigilio
www.vigilio.eu
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Founded in 2005, VIGILIO S.A. develops innovative telemedical solutions in partnership with the
TIMC-IMAG Research team (UJF, Grenoble), the APHP (Paris), and a leading industrial group
(Intervox-BSE).
The expert system developed by Vigilio is key to differentiating situations encountered in
everyday life, from those which demand the immediate alert. The system concept is based on
multidimensional contextual analysis, and has led to 2 international patents.
Compared to first-generation devices, unreliable and prone to false alarms, the next generation
solutions developed by VIGILIO S.A. are a major advance, not just in technological terms, but also
in assuring highest reliability for the patient.
› Vivago
www.vivago.fr
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Blackwell
› Wiley
www.wileyblackwell.com
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Wiley-Blackwell is the international scientific, technical, medical and scholarly publishing
business of John Wiley & Sons, with strengths in every major academic and professional field
and partnerships with many of the world’s leading societies. Wiley-Blackwell publishes over
1,400 peer-reviewed journals as well as 1,500+ new books annually in print and online, as well
as databases, major reference works and laboratory protocols.
Ltd
› Wisepress
www.wisepress.com
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Wisepress.com, Europe’s leading conference bookseller, has a complete range of books and
journals relevant to the themes of the meeting. Books can be purchased at the stand or, if you
would rather not carry them, posted to you – Wisepress will deliver worldwide. In addition to
attending 250 conferences per year, Wisepress has a comprehensive medical and scientific
bookshop online with great offers, some up to 40% off the publisher list prices.
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AVÈNE DErMATOLOGICAL
LABORATORIES
BIOMETRICS France
EISAI EUROPE
FINAPRES MEDICAL
FUTURE CONGRESS
H. LUNDBECK A/S
HUR Health & Fitness Equipment, HUR Labs, Physio Tools Ltd, RaiSoft
INPES
INTERNATIONAL ANTIAGING
SYSTEMS
InterRAI fellow
IPSEN
JANSSEN-CILAG
JNHA – SPRINGER
LINDE HEALTHCARE
MERCK SHARP & DOHME-CHIBRET
MUNDIPHARMA international ltd
NACDA program on aging
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NUTRICIA Advance medical nutrition
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OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS /
oxford journals
la REVUE DE GéRIATRIE
SANOFI AVENTIS
SANOFI PASTEUR MSD
SERVIER International
SGGIF-FREGIF
S. KARGER PUBLISHERS
THE GERONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY
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VERATHON MEDICAL
VIGILIO S.A.
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How to recognise
a unique pharmaceutical Group?
Ipsen is an innovation-driven international specialty pharmaceutical group with over
20 products on the market and a total worldwide staff of nearly 4,000. The company’s
development strategy is based on a combination of products in targeted therapeutic
areas (oncology, endocrinology and neuromuscular disorders) which are growth drivers,
and primary care products which contribute significantly to its research financing. This
strategy is also supported by an active policy of partnerships. The location of its four
Research & Development centres (Paris, Boston, Barcelona, London) gives the Group
a competitive edge in gaining access to leading university research teams and highly
qualified personnel. In 2007, R&D expenditure was Ð184.7 million, in excess of 20% of
consolidated sales, which amounted to Ð920.5 million while total revenues amounted
to Ð993.8 million. More than 700 people in R&D are dedicated to the discovery and
development of innovative drugs for patient care.
www.ipsen.com
› Scientific
Programme
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Other session
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
CME
Continuing medical education
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Scientific Information
› Continuing medical education certificates – UEMS
CME CREDITS: The congress is accredited by the European Accreditation Council
for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide the following CME activity
for Medical Specialists. The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of
Medical Specialists (UEMS), www.uems.net. The congress is designated for a
maximum of 18 European External CME credits. Each medical specialist should
claim only those hours of credit he/she actually spent in the educational activity.
EACCME credits are recognized by the American Medical Association towards
the Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA). To convert EACCME credit to AMA PRA
category 1 credit, contact the AMA, www.ama-assn.org.
The sessions concerned by CME credits are
CME
indicated in the symposia programme by :
A dedicated website is at your disposal in order to validate your credits and print
your certificate: http://iagg2009.e2m-solution.com
It will be closed one month after the end of the congress.
› Oral sessions
How to read the programme?
Over 250 sessions will be presented in various formats around four main themes.
Each session is identified by a session code for delegates to pick out the sessions
they are interested in.
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Session formats:
S: symposium
W: workshop
O: oral communications session
(abstracts based programme)
SAT: satellite industry session
Sessions days:
5: Sunday 5 July
6: Monday 6 July
7: Tuesday 7 July
8: Wednesday 8 July
9: Thursday 9 July
Sessions themes:
A: Biological Sciences
B: Health Sciences and Geriatric Medicine
C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Example:
Symposium
Track B
SB7 148
Date (Tuesday July 7)
(Health Sciences
& Geriatrics Medicine)
Communications within each symposium are identified by the ending number of
the session codes:
This code is related to abstracts which can be found in a supplement of the
Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, available in congress bags.
Example:
SB7 148-1
Symposium SB7 148
First communication
of the session
In addition, special sessions will be presented in the programme as presidential
symposium, keynotes lectures, pre-conferences, awards ceremonies.
› Oral sessions practical information
Chairpersons and speakers
Speakers should be in the conference room 15 minutes before the beginning of
their session to meet the chairpersons.
The role of chairpersons is to introduce the session, to make speakers respect
their allotted times, to facilitate the discussion and finally to close the session.
Preview room
Speakers are requested to proceed to the pre-view room (room 341, level 3) half
a day or no later than 4 hours before their session, where they will be assisted by
computer experts who will help to download presentations from PC-formatted
file supports onto a single server before the session and sent through a network
to the correct session room..
Presentations can also be reviewed and even updated in the pre-view room.
Preview room opening hours:
Sunday 5 July: from 08.00 to 19.30
Monday 6 July: from 07.00 to 19.00
Tuesday 7 July: from 07.00 to 19.00
Wednesday 8 July: from 07.00 to 19.00
Thursday 9 July: from 07.00 to 19.00
A PC computer will be available and provided by the congress organization in
each conference room, and should be used for all presentations. Speakers will
not be able to connect their own laptop in the conference room.
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Sunday
› Sunday 5 July
Scientific Programme
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Other session
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
CME
Continuing medical education
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Sunday 5
Synopsis
Sunday
Room 352 AB - Level 3
10.00 ›
17.00 ›
4th International Academy on Nutrition and Aging (IANA)
p 35
Room 243 - Level 2
10.00 ›
17.15 ›
International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (INPEA) meeting
p 36
Amphi Bleu
level 2
11.30 ›
13.00 ›
14.00 ›
15.30 ›
16.00 ›
Amphi Bordeaux
level 3
Amphi Havane
level 3
SD5 001
SD5 002
Care workers
An ageing society …
and quality of
with or without senior
services in public citizens? First results of a
long-term care cross national initiatives
program
of research on the issue
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p 37
Satellite industry session
Sat. indus. session
Sat. indus. session
sanofi-aventis
VTE risk in elederly patients: how
to improve medical
prophylaxis?
Novartis Pharma
Last innovations
for elderly patient
management
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p 38
Caisse des Dépôts
Autonomy, communication
and information technologies
(CIT) and territories - Which
medico-social coordination?
Satellite industry session
Satellite industry session
Pierre Fabre
Servier
Dermocosmétique
Treating
Dermatoporosis: osteoporosis in
an emerging pro- the elderly: a
blem of the aging medical need, a
population
logical answer
17.30 ›
Room Maillot
level 2
p 39
p 39
p 38
Satellite industry session
Satellite industry session
AG2R-Isica
Sanofi Pasteur MSD
Prevention of herpes Understanding and accomzoster and postherpetic paniment of good ageing:
neuralgia is now pos- presentation of a longitudinal
study on the conditions
sible. A solution to the
of the good ageing of the
challenges of herpes
AG2R-Isica allocatees
zoster in the elderly
p 39
Grand Auditorium - Level 0
17.45 ›
19.15 ›
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Opening Ceremony
p 41
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
p 40
Pre-conferences
Room 352 AB
10.00 › 17:15
Chairs: W.C.Chumlea (USA), X. Hebuterne (France), P. Garry (USA),
J. Morley (USA), B. Vellas (France)
Nutrition and Cognitive Decline
Sunday
th International Academy on Nutrition and 4
Aging (IANA)
Sunday 5
Chairs: L.J.Fitten (USA), R. Maia Guimaraes (Brazil), X. Hebuterne (France)
› 10:00 Nutrition and longevity. What we have learned from the New-Mexico aging
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process study
P. Garry (USA)
10:20 Nutrition and brain age related disease. What we have learned from
epidemiological studies
P. Barberger-Gateau (France)
10:40 The MAPT study: multidomain Alzheimer’s preventive trials
S. Gillette, S. Andrieu, B. Vellas (France)
11:00 Homotaurine for the protection of memory function in healthy aging
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F. Wassef, D. Saumier, D. Haine, D. Garceau, J. Sampalis (Canada)
› 11:15 Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, APOe4 allele status, and cognitive
functionning in community-dwelling older adults
V. Danthiir, T. Nettelbeck, C. Wilson, N. Burns, G. Wittert (Australia)
Chairs: C.Sieber (Germany), L .Guitierrez (Mexico)
R. Chan, J. Woo, J. Leung (Hong Kong)
› 12:00 Nutrition and sucessfull aging
H. Payette (Canada)
› 12:20 Nutrition and sarcopenia
W.C. Chumlea (USA)
› 12:40 Effects of food groups and dietary nutrients on bone loss in elderly Chinese
population
› 14:00 Strontium ralenate reduces vertebral fractures in frail osteporotic women
Y. Rolland, G. Abellan Van Kan, B. Vellas (France)
› 14:15 The relationship between adiposity and prevalence of chronic diseases in
older people in England
V. Hirani (United-Kingdom)
Chairs: W.C.Chumlea (USA), I. ROSENBERG (USA)
S. Choquette, M. Aubertin-Leheudre, I.J. Dionne (Canada)
V. Garms-Homolová, G. Apelt (Germany)
› 14:30 Malnutrition in nursing home: a consequence of age related disease?
J. Bauer (Germany)
› 14:45 Cachexia and age related disease?
W. Evans (USA)
› 15:00 Nutrition and age related frailty
T. Harris (USA)
› 15:15 Six months of exercise and isoflavones: effects on risk factors of
cardiovascular diseases in postmenopausal women
› 15:30 Obesity in nursing homes: prevalence, distribution, and relation to multimorbidity
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Sunday 5
Pre-conferences
Sunday
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Chair: J.Morley (USA)
I. Feldblum, L. German, H. Castel, I. Harman-Boehm, D.R. Shahar (Israel)
› 16:00 Is weight loss and undernutrition an age related disease?
L.C.P.G.M. De Groot (The Netherlands)
› 16:15 The impact of intense nutritional intervention on health and nutritional
status and mortality after acute hospitalization
› 16:30 Behavioral weight loss interventions in obese older adults - A meta-analysis
L. Barre, A. King, J. Cyrus, R. Larson (USA)
› 16:45 Education attenuates the association between dietary patterns and cognitive
function among middle aged adults - The Whitehall II study
T.N. Akbaraly, A. Singh-Manoux, M.G. Marmot, E.J. Brunner (France)
P. Garry (USA), W.C. Chumlea (USA)
› 17:00 Conclusion
International Network for the Prevention of
Elder Abuse (INPEA) meeting
Room 243
10.00 › 17:15
4th World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD)
› 10:00 Official opening – Welcome and greetings
› 10:20 Distinguished special speaker
› 10:45 The Charles-Henri Rapin Memorial Panel – Recent developments on
research on elder abuse in Europe
› 12:00 Lunch – Hosted by ALMA France
› 13:00 Elder abuse around the world in 60 minutes
› 14:00 Global snapshots
› 15:45 An interactive dialogue – Audience show and tell
› 16:30 Reception - Made possible through generous funds from the Ontario
Seniors’ Secretariat, Ministry of Culture (Canada) Presentation of the
Rosalie Wolf Award
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Amphi Bordeaux
11.30 › 13.00
Chair: Soonman KWON (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
› SD5 001-1 — Care workers and quality of services in public long-term care
program: from the viewpoint and situation of Japanese Aged Society
Yutaka SHIMIZU (Tokyo, Japan)
Lydia LI (Ann Arbor, USA)
Wolfgang SCHUETTE (Hamburg, Germany)
Sunday
Care workers and quality of services in
public long-term care program
SD5 001
Sunday 5
› SD5 001-2 — Direct care workers in the United States: challenges in
recruitment and retention
› SD5 001-3 — Issues and problems in quality of care workers and quality of
services in long-term care in Germany
› SD5 001-4 — Training system of care workers in long-term care system and
quality of care services in Korea: from the viewpoint of first launching LTC
insurance
Sung-Jae CHOI (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
An ageing society … with or without
senior citizens? First results of a
cross national initiatives of research
on the issue
SD5 002
Amphi Havane
11.30 › 13.00
Chair: Rosita KORNFELD (Santiago, Chile)
› SD5 002-1 — A « participative » policy on ageing? The French experience in
a comparative perspective
Daniel REGUER (Le Havre, France)
Daniel THOMAS (Rouyn-Noranda, Canada)
George ROUAMBA (Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso)
› SD5 002-2 — Participation of elderly people in state policy making and local
systems of welfare in Quebec
› SD5 002-3 — Older people’s councils in Spain: an empowerment challenge
Mercè PÉREZ-SALANOVA (Barcelona, Spain)
› SD5 002-4 — Politics of old age and elderly participation in decisions in
Burkina Faso
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Sunday 5
Sunday
SAT
Satellite industry sessions
sanofi-aventis
Venous thromboembolic risk in elderly
patients:how to improve medical
prophylaxis?
Amphi Bleu
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Claude JEANDEL (Montpellier, France)
› Report of existing epidemiological data and specificities of venous
thromboembolic risk in elderly patients
Claude JEANDEL (Montpellier, France)
Gilles BERRUT (Nantes, France)
› Existing clinical data in the geriatric patient
Dominique MOTTIER (Brest, France)
› Challenges to improve the practice and to reduce the incidence of this
frequent, but preventable disease
SAT
Novartis Pharma
Last innovations for elderly patient
management Amphi Bordeaux
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France), Serge GAUTHIER (Montréal, Canada)
› Preventive clinic for Alzheimer patient
Fatima NOURHASHEMI (Toulouse, France)
› New insights in elderly hypertensive patient management
Olivier HANON (Paris, France)
› Screening and treatment of osteoporosis: an issue in Alzheimer disease
patients management
Hubert BLAIN (Montpellier, France)
Serge GAUTHIER (Montreal, Canada)
› Last innovations in Alzheimer disease treatments
SAT
French >
Caisse des dépôts
English
Autonomy, communication and
informationtechnologies (CIT) and territories.
Which medico-social coordination? Amphi Havane
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Liliane PIOT (Paris, France)
› Setting up a methodology to appraise areas in which housing for the elderly can be built
Pierre-Marie CHAPON (Paris , France)
Véra BRIAND (Rennes, France)
› Local development and innovation to provide greater living condition for
older people to live healthier, more independent
› As far as social and medical organization and methods are concerned, the
department of the Maritime Alps must adapt himself to a wild geography
and to the vital statistics prefiguring France of year 2020
Fabien JOSSERAN (Nice, France)
Chantal CARLIOZ (Villars de Lans, France)
› How the Communauté de Communes of the Massif du Vercors is harnessing
ICTS to help ageing people
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Sunday 5
Satellite industry sessions
Amphi Bleu
16.00 › 17.30
Chairs: Jean-Hilaire SAURAT (Geneva, Switzerland),
Alan SINCLAIR (Luton, UK)
Sunday
Pierre Fabre Dermocosmétique
Dermatoporosis : an emerging
problem of the aging population
SAT
› Skin health and influences of ageing and frailty syndromes
Alan SINCLAIR (Luton, UK)
› Frailty assessment of older people
Gabor ABELLAN (Toulouse, France)
› Dermatoporosis: a chronic cutaneous fragility syndrome
Jean-Hilaire SAURAT (Geneva, Switzerland)
› Prevalence of dermatoporosis
Anne-Marie SCHMITT (Toulouse, France)
AG2R-Isica
Understanding and accompaniment of good
ageing: presentation of a longitudinal study
on the conditions of the good ageing of the
AG2R-Isica allocatees SAT
Room Maillot
16.00 › 17.30
› AG2R-Isica - Understanding and accompaniment of good ageing
› Loss of autonomy: usefulness of cohort studies
Joël ANKRI (Paris, France)
› SIPAF study: methodology
Jean-Marie ROBINE (Montpellier, France)
› Practical observations on the study Unfolding
Jean-Jacques ARVIEU (Paris, France)
Servier
Treating osteoporosis in the elderly:
a medical need, a logical answer SAT
Amphi Bordeaux
16.00 › 17.30
Chairs: René RIZZOLI (Geneva, Switzerland),
Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
› Introduction
Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
› Burden of osteoporosis: underrecognition and undertreatment
Steeven BOONEN (Leuven, Belgium)
› Pathophysiology of osteoporosis in the elderly
Pierre MARIE (Paris, France)
› Forming new bone for greater antifracture efficacy
Cyrus COOPER (Southampton, UK)
› Protelos : the logical answer for the elderly patients
René RIZZOLI (Geneva, Switzerland)
› Conclusion
®
René RIZZOLI (Geneva, Switzerland)
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W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Sunday 5
Sunday
SAT
Satellite industry session
Sanofi Pasteur MSD
Prevention of herpes zoster
and postherpetic neuralgia is now
possible. A solution to the challenges
of herpes zoster in the elderly
Amphi Havane
16.00 › 17.30
Chair: Jean-Pierre BAEYENS (Oostende, Belgium)
› Herpes zoster and postherpetic neuralgia
Robert JOHNSON (Bristol, UK)
› Herpes zoster: a common disease that can have a devastating impact on
patients’ quality of life
Janet E. McELHANEY (Vancouver, Canada)
Gérard MICK (Lyon, France)
› Vaccination: a new option to reduce the burden of herpes zoster
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Sunday 5
Opening ceremony
Grand Auditorium
17.45 › 19.15
Under the high patronage of Monsieur Nicolas SARKOZY,
Président de la République Française
Access by level 0
Sunday
Opening Ceremony
› OFFICIAL SPEECHES Bernard FORETTE - President of the Congress
Renato MAIA GUIMARÃES - President of the IAGG
Bruno VELLAS - President Elect of the IAGG
Jean-Pierre AQUINO - President of the SFGG
› PRESENTATION OF THE PRESIDENTS OF THE IAGG NATIONAL
ASSOCIATIONS › SPECIAL LECTURE Advancing the rights of older persons: dilemmas and options
Serguei ZELENEV - Chief, Social Integration Branch, DSPD/DESA, United Nations
Secretariat (New York, United States)
Followed by the Welcome cocktail
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W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Scientific Programme
Monday
› Monday 6 July
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Other session
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
CME
Continuing medical education
Translation English/French provided
43
Monday 6
08.00 ›
Monday
09.30 ›
09.45 ›
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
19.00 ›
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Synopsis
Amphi Bleu
Level 2
Room 241
Level 2
Room 242 A
Level 2
OB6 003
OB6 004
OB6 005
OD6 006
Alzheimer
Health
sciences
Drugs
Integrated models of
care / Social policy
p 48
p 48
p 49
Room 242 B
Level 2
p 49
Keynote Lecture
Place of
sarcopenia in the
frailty syndrome
p 56
SB6 019
SD6 020
SB6 021
SD6 022
Update: development Older workers under European perspecof therapies and
globalization –
tives on teaching
diagnostics for the
Employment and
geriatric medicine.
treatment of
retirement in times of A joined EUGMS and
alzheimer’s disease rapid social change IAGG-ER symposium
p 57
p 57
p 58
An international
perspective on
prevention of
physical
restraint use
p 58
Satellite industry session
Lundbeck
Overcoming everyday challenges
in Alzheimer’s
disease
p 64
SC6 036
Cognitive training Targeted geriatric
in later adulthood:
assessment in
findings from
primary care - An
four intervention international research
programs
collaboration
p 66
SB6 053
Cross-national
evidence on
health change
with ageing
The MNA®
revisited: what
does the data
tell us?
p 72
SD6 067
CME
Presidential symposium - Compression of
morbidity: has it
come true?
SD6 038
SD6 039
Loneliness in
old age
Older people in
emergencies:
education for
health
professionals
p 66
SC6 052
SB6 037
p 72
SB6 068
CME
Nutritional
support in
nursing homes
p 78
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
p 67
IPSEN Award
p 78
p 67
SD6 054
The Fondation IPSEN Use of an integration
is awarding its 2009
index to compare
Longevity prize
home care delivery for
to Jacques Vallin,
older persons in 11
French demographer European countries
p 71
SB6 069
p 72
SD6 070
Support programs for
Social roles of older
community-dwelling frail
adults in multigeelderly patients at the hos- nerational families:
pital-community interface: structural, cultural, and
a Hong Kong experience national considerations
p 79
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
p 79
Monday 6
Synopsis
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
Room 251
Level 2
Room 252 AB
Level 2
OD6 007
OC6 008
OB6 009
OB6 010
Falls / Frailty
Metabolic
syndrom / Diabete
Age
discrimination
BPSD
p 50
p 50
p 51
Room Maillot
Level 2
p 51
Room 243
Room 251
Room 252 AB
Room 253
Room Maillot
SD6 023
SC6 024
SB6 025
SD6 026
SB6 027
New departures in
critical gerontology:
multi-level perspectives on power
and inequality
Special session
on forgiveness
in aging, American/Israeli
collaboration
p 59
p 59
Mild cognitive
Aging, a
Reduced functional
impairment - considerable
status in elderly
Discussed and achievement for people: consequenless discussed humanity – The ces & physiological
issues
ILC perspective
determinants
p 60
p 60
Monday
10.30 ›
Room 243
Level 2
p 60
Satellite industry session
Merck MSD
Ageing related
disease : a strategic challenge
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
19.00 ›
Social pensions
and older people
in developing
countries
Approaches to
frailty in the
Americas
p 67
SD6 055
SB6 041
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
S: Symposium
SD6 040
SC6 042
p 68
SC6 056
p 73
p 68
SA6 057
Understanding
and comparing
public and private
guardianship in the
USA and in France
W: Workshop
p 73
SC6 072
p 80
CME
Organization and enga- A new approach
gement of gerontology
to falls and
and geriatrics students
osteoporotic
at the national, regional
fractures in
and international level ageing population
O: Oral communications session
p 68
SB6 058
p 81
SAT: Satellite industry session
CME
Heart failure in
the very elderly
p 74
SB6 073
p 80
CME
Research
Apathy and
directions of the
neuropsychiatric
McArthur
symptoms in
Foundation Aging
Alzheimer
Society network
Bridging research
Nutrition and
and practice:
brain aging:
Loneliness in
toward a global various societies
priming the
model of gerontobrain against the
logy education
ravages of time
SD6 071
p 64
SC6 043
p 74
SD6 074
Small-scale,
personalized
nursing homes:
a global phenomenon?
p 81
45
Monday 6
Synopsis
Amphi Bordeaux
Level 3
08.00 ›
Monday
09.30 ›
09.45 ›
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
OB6 011
Cardiac failure /
Hypertension
p 52
Room 342 A
Level 3
Room 342 B
Level 3
OC6 012
OB6 013
OC6 014
Long-term care
Personnality & ageing
/ Psychogeriatrics
Psychological
aspects of ageing
Room 343
Level 3
p 52
p 53
p 53
SC6 030
SD6 031
End of life care
Ageing and
in long term care
politics in Europe facilities: theoreand the USA
tical and practice
perspectives
Fear of falling
in older people:
results from
different populations
Are there valid
reasons for agebased inequalities in medical
treatment?
Keynote Lecture
Clinical practice
in nursing homes
as a tool for
progress
p 56
SD6 028
SD6 029
p 61
p 61
p 61
p 62
Satellite industry session
AP-HP
Innovative
geriatric
networks
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
19.00 ›
46
p 64
SA6 044
SD6 045
SA6 046
SC6 047
Ageing is no
longer an
unsolved
biological
problem
Territories and
ICT as regards
ageing: what
public policies?
Telomere
dynamics and
cardiovascular
aging
Late-life
depression and
psychotherapy
SC6 059
SD6 060
p 69
CME
p 69
Migrant long term care work
Sleep disorders as a rising challenge for
elder care research, policy
in older persons
and practice (I): recent
developments in Europe
p 74
p 69
CME
p 70
SD6 061
SC6 062
New
perspectives on
rural ageing
Changing
families /
Emerging issues
and needs
p 75
p 75
p 75
SA6 075
SD6 076
SA6 077
SC6 078
Why we age:
the modern
synthesis
Supporting
sustainable
informal care –
The Eurocarers
framework
Noncoding RNA
and epigenetic
control of aging:
from worm to
man
The challenges
of screening
for dementia in
multicultural
societies
p 81
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
p 82
p 82
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
p 82
Monday 6
Synopsis
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
09.45 ›
Amphi Havane
Level 3
Room 351
Level 3
OB6 015
OB6 016
OA6 017
OD6 018
Prevention
Ways of affecting the
ageing process
Family & care
giving
SA6 034
SD6 035
Frailty
p 54
Room 352 AB
Level 3
p 54
p 55
Room 353
Level 3
p 55
Keynote Lecture
Longevity, health
and wealth
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
p 56
SB6 032
CME
p 62
19.00 ›
S: Symposium
p 63
p 63
Sanofi Pasteur MSD
How does intradermal
route represent an
attractive opportunity for flu
vaccination in the elderly?
p 65
SB6 048
CME
p 70
SB6 063
CME
Geriatric
palliative
medicine
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
p 62
Jurisprudential
gerontology: the
conceptualization
of law and ageing
Satellite industry session
Anti hypertensive
therapy and
cognitive
function
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
SB6 033
Pain assessment New insights into
Genetic,
and pain
the pathophysioepigenetic and
treatment
logy and treatment post-translatioapproaches in
of geriatric ano- nal mechanisms
older persons
rexia/cachexia
of aging
Monday
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
SA6 050
p 70
p 71
p 71
SB6 064
SA6 065
SD6 066
Ambient assisted
living technologies in an aging
world
Aging and
anti-aging non
inflammatory
proteins
Spinning straw into
gold: expanding options
for elders as human and
social capital in rapidly
aging Asia-Pacific
p 76
SB6 080
Defining sarcopenia
Experiences
- Summing up an
of assistive
evidence-based
technologies
for
approach from
older
age
population studies
W: Workshop
SD6 051
Studies of telehealth and
Comparisons of generatiotelecare services for older
nal and cultural change in
Ageing
bone
and
adults with chronic illnesses
the « developed » world: the
genetics
and their family caregivers:
impact of the baby boomers
an international perspective
on policy and identity
p 76
SB6 079
SB6 049
p 83
O: Oral communications session
p 83
p 76
p 77
SA6 081
SD6 082
Immunosenescence:
state of the art
Cross-national
standards of
quality indicators
in multiple
sectors
p 84
SAT: Satellite industry session
p 84
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Monday 6
OB6 003
› 8:00
› 8:15
Oral communications
Alzheimer
Amphi Bleu
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: John CHALMERS (Sydney, Australia)
OB6 003-1 — Relationship between orthostatic hypotension and cognitive
decline in elderly
S. MEHRABIAN*, E. DURON, D. DUBAIL, F. ROLLOT, L. TRAYKOV, O. HANON (Sofia, Bulgaria)
OB6 003-2 — Insulin-like growth factor and cognitive and neuroimaging
markers of brain damage in hypertensive elderly SS
L. BERGAMINI*, A. ANNAPINA, C. BENDINI, F. NEVIANI, B. MANNI, T. TRENTI, A. PELOSI, R. ROVATI, M. NERI (Modena, Italy)
Monday
› 8:30 OB6 003-3 — Adherence to the Mediterranean diet and cognitive decline in
France
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
C. FEART*, C. SAMIERI, V. RONDEAU, H. AMIEVA, F. PORTET, J. DARTIGUES, N. SCARMEAS, P. BARBERGER-GATEAU (Bordeaux, France)
OB6 003-4 — Cognitive function and risks of cardiovascular disease and
hypoglycaemia in people with type 2 diabetes in advance
J. CHALMERS*, C. ANDERSON, S. ZOUNGAS, C. DUFOUIL, F. TRAVERT, S. HELLER, A. PATEL,
D. GROBBEE, L. LISHENG, B. NEAL, M. WOODWARD (Camperdown, Sydney, Australia)
OB6 003-5 — Effects of antihypertensive therapy on cognitive decline in
Alzheimer’s disease
E. DURON*, A. RIGAUD, F. LATOUR, M. SEUX, O. HANON (Paris, France)
OB6 003-6 — Development of a harmonized protocol for the manual tracing
of the hippocampus: an EADC-ADNI joint effort
G. FRISONI* (Brescia, Italy)
OB6 004
› 8:00
› 8:15
Health science
Chair: Wendy DEN ELZEN (Leiden, The Netherlands)
Room 241
8.00 › 9.30
OB6 004-1 — Erythropoietin associates with excess mortality in old age. The
Leiden 85-PLUS study
W. DEN ELZEN*, J. WILLEMS, R. WESTENDORP, T. DE CRAEN, G. BLAUW, P. ASSENDELFT, J. GUSSEKLOO (Leiden, The Netherlands)
OB6 004-2 —Glomerular filtration rate estimation, nutrition and
inflammation in elderly ill in-patients
V. NIVET-ANTOINE*, E. FABRE, A. RAYNAUD-SIMON, J. GOLMARD, N. GOURGOUILLON, J. BEAUDEUX (Paris, France)
› 8:30 OB6 004-3 — Cockcroft-Gault formula is better than MDRD to estimate
renal function in older hospital patients
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
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R. PÉQUIGNOT*, J. BELMIN, S. CHAUVELIER, J. GAUBERT, C. KONRAT, E. DURON, O. HANON (Saint-Maurice, France)
OB6 004-4 — Gender differences in the contribution of disease related
disability in later life: evidence from representative sample of South Koreans
I. KIM*, H. CHUN (Toronto, Canada)
OB6 004-5 — Contribution of musculoskeletal pain to postural balance
impairment in ambulatory community-dwelling older people
K. LIHAVAINEN*, S. SIPILÄ, T. RANTANEN, S. SIHVONEN, S. HARTIKAINEN (Jyväskylä, Finland)
OB6 004-6 — Developing a curriculum for training in geriatric medicine
C. TURNBULL*, P. BAKER (Wirral, UK)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Drugs
OB6 005
› 8:00
› 8:15
Monday 6
Room 242 A
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Sylvie LEGRAIN (Paris, France)
OB6 005-1 — Polypharmacy in senior adult patients (PTS) with cancer: a prospective study of drug problems in geriatric oncology
C. TERRET*, A. CHALADAJ, A. LABALME, J. LATOUR, J. DROZ (Lyon, France)
OB6 005-2 —Predicting early mortality among elderly patients hospitalised
in medical wards via emergency department: the SAFES cohort study
D. JOLLY*, M. DRAMÉ, N. JOVENIN, C. JEANDEL, T. VOISIN, B. DE WAZIÈRES, P. COUTURIER, R. GONTHIER, F. BLANCHARD, J. NOVELLA (Reims, France)
› 8:30 OB6 005-3 — An analysis of medication related incidents (errors or
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
I. MAIDMENT*, C. FOX, M. ELSWOOD, L. MATTHEW, C. KATONA (Canterbury, UK)
OB6 005-4 — Functional decline and drug burden index in older people in
residential aged care
N. WILSON*, S. HILMER, L. MARCH, P. SAMBROOK (Sydney, Australia)
OB6 005-5 — Patterns of psychotropic medication use among the old-old in
Israel: a cohort comparison
T. BLUMSTEIN*, E. MIZRAHI, A. CHETRIT, B. KATZMAN, Y. BENYAMINI, L. LERNER-GEVA (Tel Hashomer, Israel)
OB6 005-6 — Impact of a drug-oriented, multifaceted intervention on
unplanned readmissions and mortality in hospitalized very elderly: a randomized controlled trial (OMAGE)
S. LEGRAIN*, F. TUBACH, D. BONNET-ZAMPONI, D. LIEBERHERR, A. LEMAIRE, E. TAILLANDIER, C. THOMAS, J. AQUINO, E. PAILLAUD, S. LACAILLE (Paris, France)
Integrated models of care / Social policy
OD6 006
› 8:00
› 8:15
Monday
potential errors) in older people reported from mental health trusts in the
UK in a sample from the NPSA reporting and learning system (RLS)
Chair: Tokie ANME (Tokyo, Japan)
Room 242 B
8.00 › 9.30
OD6 006-1 — Developing leaders in geriatric nursing
M. HURLEY*, L. MARSHALL (Indianapolis, USA)
OD6 006-2 —Sustainable long-term care: local and global dimensions of the
Australian aged care workforce
M. FINE* (Sydney, Australia)
T. ANME*, R. SHINOHARA, Y. SUGISAWA, S. ITO, Y. SAWADA , M. MCCALL (Tokyo, Japan)
› 8:30 OD6 006-3 — Social interaction and mortality: a eight-year longitudinal
study of aging in a small village in Japan
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OD6 006-4 — Transplants and elderly – What are we doing with the aged?
I. RIBEIRO SIMÕES DE CASTRO*, H. HARUMI MIYAMOTO (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
OD6 006-5 — Characteristics of administrators and quality of care in
Ontario, Canada long term care facilities
S. KEAYS*, A. WISTER, G. GUTMAN (Vancouver, Canada)
OD6 006-6 — Caring as an act of resistance: moral agency on the front lines
of dementia care
P. KONTOS*, B. POLAND, G. MITCHELL, C. COTT, K. MCGILTON (Toronto, Canada)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
OD6 007
› 8:00
› 8:15
Oral communications
Age discrimination
Chair: Walter REHBERG (Rorschach, Switzerland)
Room 243
8.00 › 9.30
OD6 007-1 — Hair in later life: body image, identity, and age discrimination
C. HOLLAND*, R. WARD (Milton Keynes, UK)
OD6 007-2 —Forms of age discrimination and their prevalence in
Switzerland
W. REHBERG* (Rorschach, Switzerland)
H. SCHROEDER*, M. MULLER-CAMEN, M. FLYNN (London, UK)
Monday
› 8:30 OD6 007-3 — Aging and HIV: a double risk for discrimination
I. WALLACH* (Montréal, Canada)
› 8:45 OD6 007-4 — From youth-centric to age-positive HRM: a comparative
assessment of Germany and Britain
› 9:00
› 9:15
OD6 007-5 — Recommendations and best practices to reduce discrimination
and social exclusion of dependent elderly people
M. VIVANCOS COMES*, J. GARCES, S. CARRETERO, M. FERRANDO (Valencia, Spain)
OD6 007-6 — Loneliness and minority elders living in the UK: an exploratory
survey
C. VICTOR*, W. MARTIN, V. BURHOLT (Reading, UK)
OC6 008
BPSD – Behavioral and psychological
symptoms of dementia
Room 251
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Laura GITLIN (Philadelphia, USA)
› 8:00 OC6 008-2 —Musical emotional judgments in dementia of the Alzheimer type
L. GAGNON* (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› 8:15 OC6 008-3 — A biobehavioral intervention to address dementia-related
behavioral symptoms: results of a randomized trial
› 8:30
› 8:45
› 9:00
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L. GITLIN*, L. WINTER, M. DENNIS, N. HODGSON (Philadelphia, USA)
OC6 008-4 — Designing enabling environments for people with dementia
H. KOTILAINEN*, P. TOPO (Helsinki, Finland)
OC6 008-5 — The effect of timed blue-green light on sleep-wake patterns in
women with Alzheimer’s disease
L. NOWAK*, J. DAVIS (Brighton, USA)
OC6 008-6 — Strategies used by families living with dementia to promote
connections, identity and adaptation to evolving life
H. REIMER*, H. KELLER, L. SCHINDEL MARTIN, S. DUPUIS, R. GENOE, A. WICKSON
(Guelph, Canada)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Falls / Frailty
OB6 009
› 8:00
› 8:15
Chair: Hubert BLAIN (Montpellier, France)
Monday 6
Room 252 AB
8.00 › 9.30
OB6 009-1 — The Nijmegen falls prevention program: effectiveness after
implementation in clinical practice
V. WEERDESTEYN*, E. SMULDERS, H. RIJKEN, J. DUYSENS (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
OB6 009-2 — Multimedia patient education to prevent in-hospital falls: a randomized controlled trial
T. HAINES*, A. HILL, K. HILL, T. HOFFMANN, S. BRAUER, D. OLIVER, C. BEER, K. MCKENNA (Cheltenham, Australia)
an analysis of 10 European countries
› 9:00
› 9:15
M. AVENDANO*, M. GLYMOUR (Boston, USA)
OB6 009-5 — Balance, walking speed, and stride length predict subsequent
8-year mortality independently of current and intermediate events in
women aged 75 years and older
H. BLAIN*, I. CARRIERE, N. SOURIAL, C. BERARD, F. FAVIER, A. COLVEZ, H. BERGMAN
(Montpellier, France)
OB6 009-6 — Chair stands as sensible predictor of disability in the general
population
S. BANDINELLI*, Y. MILANESCHI, C. ANNA MARIA, L. FABRIZIO, R. VAZZANA, L. FERRUCCI (Florence, Italy)
Metabolic syndrome / Diabete
OB6 010
› 8:00
› 8:15
Monday
› 8:30 OB6 009-3 — Effect of fall prevention guidelines in German hospitals
C. HEINZE*, U. SIEGMUND, K. RAEDER, T. DASSEN (Berlin, Germany)
› 8:45 OB6 009-4 — Cross-national variations in objective disability at old age: Chair: Bruno LESOURD (Clermont-Ferrand, France)
Room Maillot
8.00 › 9.30
OB6 010-1 — General adiposity is favorable for survival in old age
independent of the J-shaped effect of abdominal adiposity
T. AUYEUNG*, J. LEE, J. LEUNG, T. KWOK, P. LEUNG, J. WOO (Hong Kong, China)
OB6 010-2 — Body mass index, west circumference and body composition
as predictive factors of all-cause mortality in the EPIDOS cohort
S. GERARD*, S. GRILL, L. BALARDY, A. ALBESSARD, G. ABELLAN VAN KAN, Y. ROLLAND, B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
› 8:30 OB6 010-3 — Elderly is associated with higher prevalence of
microalbuminuria in a Taiwanese metropolitan adult population
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
C. HSIAO*, T. LI, C. LIN, C. LIU, W. LIN, C. LI, S. CHUANG (Taichung, Taiwan)
OB6 010-4 — Body mass index and mortality in the elderly population: a puzzling relationship
Á. OTERO*, M. SÁNCHEZ-SANTOS, M. ZUNZUNEGUI, J. RIBERA (Madrid, Spain)
OB6 010-5 — Pilot project for metabolic syndrome therapy in 50-75 y.o.
persons
B. LESOURD*, C. BOUCHICHE, F. DUTHEIL, D. COURTEIX (Clermont-Ferrand, France)
OB6 010-6 — Diabetes self-management protocols and clinical outcomes in
the elderly: are there any age disparities?
S. FORJUOH*, J. BOLIN, O. MARCIA, H. SONIA, H. JANET, G. MANISHA, R. ANNE, M. KENNETH (Temple, USA)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
OB6 011
› 8:00
› 8:15
Oral communications
Cardiac failure / Hypertension
Chair: Olivier HANON (Paris, France)
Amphi Bordeaux
8.00 › 9.30
OB6 011-1 — Prevalence of heart failure in nursing homes: a systematic
literature review
M. DAAMEN*, J. SCHOLS, T. JAARSMA, J. HAMERS (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
OB6 011-2 — Trends in heart failure drug therapy in older communitydwelling home care clients in Ontario, Canada
A. FOEBEL*, J. HIRDES, G. HECKMAN, E. TJAM, S. TYAS (Waterloo, Canada)
B. CELTON*, G. GUILLAUMOU, R. DURANT, P. REYGROBELLET, C. JEANDEL
(Montpellier, France)
› 8:30 OB6 011-3 — Use of natriuretic peptides for diagnosis and prognosis of
Monday
heart failure in hospitalized dyspneic elderly patients
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OB6 011-4 — Contemporary management of octogenarians hospitalised for
heart failure in Europe: Euro heart failure survey II
O. HANON*, M. KOMAJDA, M. HOCHADEL , J. LOPEZ SENDON , F. FOLLATH , P. PONIKOWSKI , V. HARJOLA , H. DREXLER , K. DICKSTEIN , L. TAVAZZI , M. NIEMINEN (Paris, France)
OB6 011-5 — Cross-sectional and longitudinal association between
hypertension and lower walking speed in elderly people
J. DUMURGIER*, A. ELBAZ, B. TAVERNIER, C. TZOURIO (Paris, France)
OB6 011-6 — White coat hypertension and masked hypertension‘s
prevalences in an elderly cohort
F. LABOUREE*, D. DUBAIL, E. DURON, F. ROLLOT, F. LATOUR, O. HANON (Paris, France)
OC6 012
› 8:00
› 8:15
Psychological aspects of ageing Chair: Isabelle ALBERT (Walferdange, Luxembourg)
Room 342 A
8.00 › 9.30
OC6 012-1 — Attitudes to ageing and the experience of ageism: exploring
the views of mid-life and older adults
J. LYNAM*, L. JULIE, O. ANN, M. MOIRA, R. BOND (Dundalk, Ireland)
OC6 012-2 — « Forever young »: on the relation between subjective and
objective age
I. ALBERT*, D. FERRING, T. MICHELS (Walferdange, Luxembourg)
L. CORNA* (Toronto, Canada)
› 8:30 OC6 012-3 — Happiness and optimism in Portuguese old people
M. AZEVEDO*, C. PAÚL, Ó. RIBEIRO (Porto, Portugal)
› 8:45 OC6 012-4 — Childhood trauma and health in later life: life course and
stress process considerations
› 9:00
› 9:15
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OC6 012-5 — Elders can be trained to process fast moving objects in
complex 3D scenes as well as untrained young adults
J. FAUBERT*, M. GIROUD, D. TINJUST, R. ALLARD (Montréal, Canada)
OC6 012-6 — The effects of social networks on cognitive decline in very old
Australians
L. GILES*, G. GLONEK, P. EDWARDS, M. LUSZCZ (Adelaide, Australia)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Long-term care
OB6 013
› 8:00
› 8:15
Monday 6
Chair: Diana SPRATT-CASAS (Auckland, New Zealand)
Room 342 B
8.00 › 9.30
OB6 013-1 — Effectiveness of advanced practice nurses in long-term care: a systematic review
F. DONALD*, R. MARTIN-MISENER, A. DICENSO, N. CARTER, A. WICKSON, M. LLOYD,
S. KAASALAINEN, N. AKHTAR-DANESH (Toronto, Canada)
OB6 013-2 — Health and functional status and utilization of health services
among holocaust survivors and non-survivors
E. IECOVICH*, S. CARMEL (Beer Sheva, Israel)
D. SPRATT-CASAS* (Auckland, New Zealand)
› 8:30 OB6 013-3 — Five years of a paradigm shift from the traditional model of
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OB6 013-4 — Prevalence of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy in
nursing home residents – A nationwide survey in Germany
R. WIRTH*, J. BAUER, H. WILLSCHREI, D. VOLKERT, C. SIEBER (Borken, Germany)
OB6 013-5 — Pain and self-injury ideation in home care elderly
L. LI*, Y. CONWELL (Ann Arbor, USA)
OB6 013-6 — Living & dying well in nursing care homes: introducing
systems to encourage palliative care for all
J. HOCKLEY*, J. WATSON, S. MURRAY (London, UK)
Personality and ageing / Psychogeriatrics OC6 014
› 8:00
Monday
long-term care
Chair: Allison BIELAK (Canberra, Australia)
Room 343
8.00 › 9.30
OC6 014-1 — Identity management in later life and the social diversity of
age identities
L. AMRHEIN*, G. BACKES (Vechta, Germany)
P. GRANATO*, O. GODEFROY, S. VINAKAR, M. BOUCART, R. BRUYER (Valenciennes, France)
› 8:15 OC6 014-3 — Measure of visual recognition of the facial expression of
emotions during the life-span and elderly
› 8:30
› 8:45
› 9:00
OC6 014-4 — Depressive symptoms among community dwelling elderly in
Jalisco, Mexico
E. ARIAS MERINO *, G. ORTIZ, N. MENDOZA RUVALCABA, R. MEDA LARA, I. VELAZQUEZ BRIZUELA, A. MORALES SANCHEZ, A. PALOMERA CHÁVEZ, J. CUEVA-CONTRERAS (Zapopan, Mexico)
OC6 014-5 — An 11 year study of the covariation of depressive symptoms
and cognition in very old adults without dementia: the DYNOPTA project
A. BIELAK*, K. ANSTEY (Canberra, Australia)
OC6 014-6 — Psychotherapy in the homes of depressed older veterans:
unique opportunities and challenges
C. CHEN* (New York, USA)
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Monday 6
OB6 015
› 8:00
› 8:15
Oral communications
Frailty
Chair: Elisabeth RYDWIK (Järfälla, Sweden)
Amphi Havane
8.00 › 9.30
OB6 015-1 — Reducing adverse outcomes in older people who fall and are
not conveyed to hospital by the ambulance service
J. CLOSE*, M. HALTER, H. SNOOKS, F. MOORE, S. PORSZ (Sydney, Australia)
OB6 015-2 — Low skeletal muscle mass (sarcopenia) and physical disability
among older men: the CHAMP study
N. HAIRI*, R. CUMMING, V. NAGANATHAN (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
M. MONTERO ODASSO*, M. HALL, K. HANSEN, M. KLOSECK, M. SPEECHLEY (London, Canada)
Monday
› 8:30 OB6 015-3 — Gait variability may assit in the identification of frailty
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OB6 015-4 — Effects of a physical and nutritional intervention for frail
elderly people - A randomised controlled pilot study
E. RYDWIK*, E. LAMMES, T. GUSTAFSSON, K. FRÄNDIN, G. AKNER (Järfälla, Sweden)
OB6 015-5 — The Groningen frailty indicator identifies very elderly at risk
for functional decline. The Leiden 85-PLUS study
A. VAN HOUWELINGEN*, M. HEIJMANS, J. BLOM, N. SMIDT, W. DEN ELZEN, J. GUSSEKLOO (Leiden, The Netherlands)
OB6 015-6 — Dermatoporosis: a chronic cutaneous insufficiency / fragility
syndrome
J. SAURAT*, G. KAYA (Geneva, Switzerland)
OB6 016
› 8:00
› 8:15
Prevention
Room 351
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Michael MOLLA (Hyattsville, USA)
OB6 016-1 — Living long and living well: findings from the Australian
longitudinal study on women’s health
J. BYLES*, R. GIBSON, L. TOOTH, S. BRILLEMAN, D. SIBBRITT, A. DOBSON (New South Wales, Australia)
OB6 016-2 — May the absence of subjective cognitive complaints at 65 years
old predict successful ageing 7 years later? The PROOF study
K. CASTRO-LIONARD*, C. THOMAS-ANTERION, E. CRAWFORD-ACHOUR, I. ROUCH, J. BARTHELEMY, J. KERLEROUX, B. TROMBERT-PAVIOT, F. ROCHE, R. GONTHIER
(Saint -Etienne, France)
› 8:30 OB6 016-3 — Chronic diseases and changes in disability: Leiden 85-PLUS
study
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
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Y. DREWES*, W. DEN ELZEN, B. MIDDELKOOP, P. ASSENDELFT, J. GUSSEKLOO
(Leiden, The Netherlands)
OB6 016-4 — Lifestyle determinants of successful ageing; findings from an
Australian 12 year panel study
H. KENDIG*, C. BROWNING, S. THOMAS, Y. WELLS (Concord, Australia)
OB6 016-5 — Health risk behaviors as predictors of fatal and non-fatal
health outcomes: the case of older Americans 1994-2000
M. MOLLA* (Hyattsville, USA)
OB6 016-6 — Consumption of a fermented dairy product containing the
probiotic lactobacillus casei DN-114 001 reduces the duration of respiratory
infections in the elderly in a randomised controlled trial
J. SCHREZENMEIR*, E. GUILLEMARD, F. TONDU, F. LACOIN (Palaiseau, France)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Ways of affecting the ageing process
OA6 017
› 8:00
› 8:15
Monday 6
Chair: Mahtab JAFARI (Irvine, USA)
Room 352 AB
8.00 › 9.30
OA6 017-1 — Effects of dietary interventions on the anterior pituitary and
hypothalamic transcriptome
K. BÉDARD*, G. FERLAND, P. GAUDREAU (Montréal, Canada)
OA6 017-2 — Role of elastin and fibrillin-1 in cell signalling and structurefunction relationship in aging arteries
G. FAURY*, B. MARIKO, P. MYLÈNE, J. MARIE-PAULE, D. QUAGLINO, D. LI, C. KIELTY,
F. RAMIREZ, L. ROBERT, R. MECHAM, F. GILLES (Grenoble, France)
› 8:30 OA6 017-3 — Lifespan extension and modulation of mitochondrial
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
M. JAFARI*, S. SCHRINER, A. ABRAHAYMYAN, A. AVANESIAN, P. NY, I. BUSSEL, M. HOLMBECK, J. FELGNER, M. GAZARIAN, S. MALER (Irvine, USA)
OA6 017-4 — Brain IGF-1R programs mammalian lifespan
L. KAPPELER* (Montréal, Canada)
OA6 017-5 — Cognitive stimuli postpone age-associated cognitive decline
A. STRASSER*, S. WEIS, A. MULYUKOVA, A. TICHY, H. BUBNA-LITTITZ, G. HOFECKER
(Vienna, Austria)
OA6 017-6 — The genetic basis for healthy aging and human longevity: role
of the FOXO3A gene
B. WILLCOX*, T. DONLON, Q. HE, R. CHEN, J. GROVE, K. YANO, K. MASAKI, D. WILLCOX, B. RODRIGUEZ, J. CURB (Honolulu, USA)
Family and care giving
OD6 018
› 8:00
Monday
superoxide levels in drosophila melanogaster by rhodiola rosea
Chair: H. Elisabeth PHILIPP-METZEN (Laer, Germany)
Room 353
8.00 › 9.30
OD6 018-1 — Attitudes of filial responsibility: are they associated with wellbeing and burden among three cultural groups of caregivers?
L. FUNK*, N. CHAPPELL (Victoria, Canada)
T. BUFFEL*, D. VERTÉ, N. DE WITTE, L. DE DONDER, S. DURY (Brussels, Belgium)
› 8:15 OD6 018-2 —Parent care as unpaid family labor: how do spouses share
U. HENZ* (London, UK)
› 8:30 OD6 018-3 — Exploring variation in local community attachment:
preliminary results from the Belgian aging study
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OD6 018-4 — Prevalence of malnutrition risk in care homes in Hampshire
E. PARSONS*, A. CAWOOD, H. WARWICK, M. ELIA, R. STRATTON (Southampton, UK)
OD6 018-5 — The experiences and needs of grandchildren of persons with
dementia: family solidarity and conflicts. Findings of a new study
H. PHILIPP-METZEN* (Laer, Germany)
OD6 018-6 — Increasing needs for Japanese retirement homes and
communities with comparison to United States
Y. SOMEYA* (Tokyo, Japan)
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O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
Keynote
Lecture
Keynote lectures
Place of sarcopenia in the frailty syndrome
Chair: Etienne BAULIEU (Le Kremlin-Bicêtre, France)
Amphi Bleu
9.45 › 10.15
› Luigi FERRUCCI - National Institute on Aging (NIH) (Baltimore, USA)
Monday
Keynote
Lecture
Clinical practice in nursing homes as a tool
for progress
Amphi Bordeaux
9.45 › 10.15
Chair: Alan SINCLAIR (Luton, UK)
› John E. MORLEY - Saint Louis University Medical Center (Saint Louis, USA)
Keynote
Lecture
Longevity, health and wealth
Chair: Françoise FORETTE (Paris, France)
Amphi Havane
9.45 › 10.15
› Robert N. BUTLER - International Longevity Center USA (New York, USA)
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Update: development of therapies and
diagnostics for the treatment of Alzheimer’s
disease
SB6 019
Monday 6
Amphi Bleu
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France), Ronald PETERSEN (Rochester, USA)
› SB6 019-1 — New molecular targets emerging from basic science with a
focus on amyloid strategies
Lennart MUCKE (San Francisco, USA)
Dale SHENCK (San Francisco, USA)
Nick FOX (London, UK)
Ronald PETERSEN (Rochester, USA)
› SB6 019-2 — New molecular targets emerging from basic science with a
focus on pleiotropic strategies
clinical trials
› SB6 019-4 — Moving the therapeutic targets earlier in Alzheimer’s disease
Older workers under globalization –
Employment and retirement in times
of rapid social change
SD6 020
Monday
› SB6 019-3 — Imaging biomarkers for evaluation of disease progression in
Room 241
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Julia MAROLD (Bamberg, Germany), Annika JABSEN (Bamberg, Germany)
› SD6 020-1 — Conceptual framework: career exits under globalization –
Becoming retired in times of rapid social change
Dirk HOFAECKER (Bamberg, Germany)
Paul SCHMELZER (Leipzig, Germany)
› SD6 020-2 — The employment situation of older workers and its economic
consequences – A comparison of Germany, Denmark and the United Kingdom
› SD6 020-3 — Human resource management policies for older workers:
towards increasing employment integration? Evidence from German and
British firm panel data
Heike SCHROEDER (London, UK)
› SD6 020-4 — The trend towards early retirement in Germany in the
globalization process: what could be learned from other European societies
to increase old age employment rates successfully?
Sandra BUCHHOLZ (Bamberg, Germany)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SB6 021
Symposia
European perspectives on teaching geriatric
medicine. A joined EUGMS and IAGG-ER
symposium Room 242 A
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Jean-Pierre MICHEL (Geneva, Switzerland),
Jean-Pierre BAEYENS (Ostend, Belgium)
› SB6 021-1 — Geriatric education in Europe: is it really improving?
Alfonso CRUZ-JENTOFT (Madrid, Spain)
› SB6 021-2 — Geriatric medicine, a definition – Does it reflect the new
Monday
specialty challenges? SGM UEMS Consensus
Ian HASTIE (Sutton, UK)
Cornel SIEBER (Nürnberg, Germany)
Eva TOPINKOVA (Prague, Czech Republic)
› SB6 021-3 — The European Academy for Medicine of Ageing (EAMA): past,
present and future
› SB6 021-4 — Models of geriatric training in Europe – From universities to
clinical practice
SD6 022
An international perspective on prevention
of physical restraint use Room 242 B
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Gabriele MEYER (Witten, Germany)
› SD6 022-1 — Reducing physical restraints in nursing homes. results of a
pilot study
Jan HAMERS (Maastricht , The Netherlands)
Elisabeth CAPEZUTI (New York, USA)
Claudia LAI (Hong Kong, China)
Sascha KÖPKE (Hamburg, Germany)
› SD6 022-2 — Impact of hospitals’ participation in the NICHE program on
restraint use
› SD6 022-3 — What works in a restraint reduction program? Findings from
research projects in rehabilitation settings
› SD6 022-4 — Evidence-based guideline on physical restraint reduction in
nursing homes
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
New departures in critical gerontology:
multi-level perspectives on power and
inequality SD6 023
Monday 6
Room 243
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Chris PHILLIPSON (Keele, UK)
› SD6 023-1 — The importance of aging and the life world for the present
economic crisis
Jan BAARS (Den Bosch, The Netherlands)
Sandra TORRES (Norrköping, Sweden)
Dale DANNEFER & Rebecca SIDERS (Cleveland, USA)
Amanda GRENIER (Montréal, Canada)
› SD6 023-2 — Transnational communities: a theoretically and empirically
fruitful point of departure for critical gerontology
theory, research and action
› SD6 023-4 — Critical perspectives on « frailty » in later life
Special session on forgiveness in aging,
American/Israeli collaboration SC6 024
Monday
› SD6 023-3 — Critical micro-interactionism and long-term care settings:
Room 251
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Shira HANTMAN (Tel Hai, Israel), Roberta GREENE (Austin, USA)
› SC6 024-1 — A holocaust survivorship model
Roberta GREENE (Austin, USA)
› SC6 024-2 — Can we forgive or forget? Forgiveness in old age
Shira HANTMAN (Tel Hai, Israel)
› SC6 024-3 — Erikson’s healthy personality and survivorship: life stage
meets life course
Sandra A. GRAHAM (Austin, USA)
Marilyn ARMOUR (Austin, USA)
Constance CORLEY (Los Angeles, USA)
› SC6 024-4 — The role of performed meaning in survivorship: application to
holocaust survivors
›
SC6 024-5 — Historical and political issues: a holocaust context
› SC6 024-6 — Images of older holocaust survivors
Harriet COHEN (Fort Worth, USA)
› SC6 024-7 — Risk and resilience among nazi holocaust survivors
Roberta GREENE (Austin, USA)
› SC6 024-8 — Giving voice to resilience: creative expressions among
holocaust survivors
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SB6 025
Symposia
Mild cognitive impairment - Discussed and
less discussed issues Room 252 AB
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Perla WERNER (Haifa, Israel), Amos KORCZYN (Tel Aviv, Israel)
› SB6 025-1 — The epidemiology of MCI
Karen RITCHIE (Montpellier, France)
› SB6 025-2 — Is MCI really a single nosological entity? Difficulties with the
definition
Amos KORCZYN (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Perla WERNER (Haifa, Israel)
Serge GAUTHIER (Montreal, Canada)
› SB6 025-3 — Novel computerized methods to diagnose MCI - Questions and
Monday
dilemmas
› SB6 025-4 — Ethical considerations
SD6 026
Aging, a considerable achievement for
humanity – The ILC perspective Room 253
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Françoise FORETTE (Paris, France), Robert BUTLER (New York, USA)
› SD6 026-1 — Do health and longevity create wealth?
Rosy PEREIRA (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
› SD6 026-2 — Healthy aging and desease prevention: the case in South
Africa and The Netherlands
Sebastiana KALULA (Cape Town, South Africa)
Sara CARMEL (Beer-Sheva, Israel)
Sally GREENGROSS (Westminster, UK)
› SD6 026-3 — Gender differences among old persons worldwide: facts and
conclusion
› SD6 026-4 — Ensuring human rights and fighting discrimination throughout
the world
SB6 027
Reduced functional status in elderly people: Room Maillot
consequences and physiological determinants 10.30 › 12.00
Chair: William EVANS (Little Rock, USA)
› SB6 027-1 — Functional status: predictor of outcomes
Jack GURALNIK (Bethesda, USA)
› SB6 027-2 — Physiological and metabolic determinant of frailty
Luigi FERRUCCI (Baltimore, USA)
› SB6 027-3 — Bed rest as a cause of reduced functional status: loss of
muscle and function
William EVANS (Little Rock, USA)
Bret GOODPASTER (Pittsburgh, USA)
› SB6 027-4 — Fat and muscle: which has the more powerful effect on
function?
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Monday 6
Ageing and politics in Europe and the USA Amphi Bordeaux
SD6 028
Chairs: Alan WALKER (Sheffield, UK), Bob BINSTOCK (Cleveland, USA)
10.30 › 12.00
› SD6 028-1 — Aging and politics in the United States
Bob BINSTOCK (Cleveland, USA)
› SD6 028-2 — Collective action in the ageing field: trends and development
in France and in the United States
Jean-Phillipe DURANDEL (Besançon, France)
Zsuzsa SZEMAN (Budapest, Hungary)
› SD6 028-3 — The politics of ageing in Germany
Gerd NAEGELT (Dortmund, Germany)
› SD6 028-4 — Trends of politics of ageing in Hungary
Room 342 A
10.30 › 12.00
Monday
End of life care in long term care facilities:
theoretical and practice perspectives SD6 029
Chairs: Deborah PARKER (Brisbane, Australia), Katherine FROGGATT (Lancaster, UK)
› SD6 029-1 — End of life care for older people in long term care: a system
and life world perspective
Jo HOCKLEY (Edinburgh, UK)
Deborah PARKER (Brisbane, Australia)
Katherine FROGGATT (Lancaster, UK)
Kevin BRAZIL (Hamilton, Canada)
› SD6 029-2 — Long term care facilities as discursive environments:
implications for end of life care
› SD6 029-3 — A contested state in a contested place: theoretical understandings
of living and dying for older people in long term care facilities
› SD6 029-4 — Translating theory into practice: strategies for transforming
long term care facilities
Fear of falling in older people: results from
different populations SC6 030
Room 342 B
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Fernando GOMEZ (Manizales, Colombia)
› SC6 030-1 — Fear of falling in different populations: healthy and illness elderly
Helene CORRIVEAU (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SC6 030-2 — Evidence of the psychometric qualities of a simplified version
of the activities-specific balance confidence scale
Johanne FILIATRAULT (Montréal, Canada)
Carmen-Lucia CURCIO (Manizales, Colombia)
G.A. Rixt ZIJLSTRA (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
› SC6 030-3 — Correlates of activity restriction associated with fear of falling
in Andes mountains
› SC6 030-4 — Feasibility of a cognitive intervention to manage fear of falling
and associated avoidance of activity in community-living older people
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W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SD6 031
Symposia
Are there valid reasons for age-based
inequalities in medical treatment? Room 343
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Konstantina SAFILIOU (Pireas, Greece)
› SD6 031-1 — Aortic stenosis in the elderly
B.J. BOUMA (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SD6 031-2 — Age-based inequalities in prescribing effective drugs
Joel ANKRI (Paris, France)
› SD6 031-3 — Age-based inequalities in breast cancer treatment
Constantina SAFILIOU (Pireas, Greece)
› SD6 031-4 — Long-term results of percutaneous coronary intervention
Monday
using metal and drug-eluting stents in elderly and younger patients
Vassilis VOUDRIS (Athens, Greece)
SB6 032
CME
Pain assessment and pain treatment
approaches in older persons Amphi Havane
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Gisèle PICKERING (Clermont-Ferrand, France)
› SB6 032-1 — Pain assessment in older persons
Steven GIBSON (Melbourne, Australia)
› SB6 032-2 — Analgesic drugs and older people
Helen GASKELL (Oxford , UK)
› SB6 032-3 — No pharmacological approaches to pain in elderly persons
Pat SCHOFIELD (Aberdeen, UK)
SB6 033
New insights into the pathophysiology and
treatment of geriatric anorexia/cachexia Room 351
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: John MORLEY (St Louis, USA), Michael SCHUSTER (New York, USA)
› SB6 033-1 — Muscle wasting in ageing: cachexia versus sarcopenia
John MORLEY (St Louis, USA)
› SB6 033-2 — Heart failure, cachexia and the older cardiac patient
Stefan ANKER (Berlin, Germany)
› SB6 033-3 — The role of cytokines in geriatric cachexia
Michael SCHUSTER (New York, USA)
› SB6 033-4 — Managing cancer-related anorexia/cachexia in the elderly
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Giovanni MANTOVANNI (Cagliari, Italy) & Shing-Shing YEH (New York, USA) Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia & Poster session
Genetic, epigenetic and post-translational
mechanisms of aging SA6 034
Monday 6
Room 352 AB
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Ladislas ROBERT (Paris, France), Jay OLSHANSKY (Chicago, USA)
› SA6 034-1 — Introduction
Ladislas ROBERT (Paris, France)
› SA6 034-2 — A biodemographic view of genetic mechanisms of aging
Jay OLSHANSKY (Chicago, USA)
› SA6 034-3 — Interaction networks as tools to investigate the mechanisms
of aging
Sylvie RICARD-BLUM (Lyon, France)
Ladislas ROBERT (Paris, France) & Jacqueline LABAT-ROBERT (Paris, France)
› SA6 034-4 — Epigenetic and post-translational mechanisms of aging
Jurisprudential gerontology:
the conceptualization of law and ageing SD6 035
Monday
Room 353
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Helen MEENAN (Surrey, UK)
› SD6 035-1 — The need for « jurisprudential gerontology »
Israel DORON (Haifa, Israel)
› SD6 035-2 — A feminist approach to elder law
Kim DAYTON (Saint Paul, USA)
› SD6 035-3 — Equity theory: responding to the material exploitation of the
vulnerable but capable
Margaret I. HALL (British Colombia, Canada)
Doug SURTEES (Saskatoon , Canada)
› SD6 035-4 — What can elder law learn from disability law?
Poster session
Poster Area
12.15 › 13.45
Posters are organized in four areas at level 2 and level 3, following their
theme (Track A, B, C or D). See maps pages 176 & 177
During the poster session, between 12.15 and 13.45, poster presenters are
attending their poster so that delegates can discuss it, ask questions, get
more information.
Mondays’ posters programme on page 178
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SAT
Satellite industry sessions
Lundbeck
Overcoming everyday challenges in
Alzheimer’s disease
Amphi Bleu
12.15 › 13.45
Chair: Roy JONES (Bath, UK)
› What matters most for patients and carers?
Jean GEORGES (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
› Memantine in Alzheimer’s disease treatment: specific symptoms and
Monday
beyond
Serge BAKCHINE (Reims, France)
Roy JONES (Bath, UK)
› Compliance and practical issues in Alzheimer’s disease treatment
SAT
Merck MSD
Ageing related disease : a strategic
challenge Room Maillot
12.15 › 13.45
Chairs: Stéphanie STUDENSKI (Pittsburgh, USA),
Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
› Introduction
Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
› Diabetes and dyslipidemia: a specific management in relation with age
André SCHEEN (Liège, Belgium)
› Osteoporosis: which treatment for today and tomorrow?
Christian ROUX (Paris, France)
› Sarcopenia: what are the available therapeutic approaches?
Stéphanie STUDENSKI (Pittsburgh, USA)
› Panel discussion
› Conclusion
SAT
AP-HP
Innovative geriatric networks Amphi Bordeaux
12.15 › 13.45
Chair: Jean-Yves FAGON (Paris, France)
› The example of integrative networks in the « Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris » France
Olivier ST JEAN (Paris, France)
Antoni SALVÀ (Barcelona, Spain)
› Enhancing elder care: the St Louis University method
John MORLEY (Saint Louis, USA)
› Developing a network of services for the elderly. The experience of
Catalunya
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Satellite industry sessions
Sanofi Pasteur MSD
How does intradermal
route represent an attractive opportunity
for flu vaccination in the elderly? SAT
Monday 6
Amphi Havane
12.15 › 13.45
Chair: Marc PACCALIN (Poitiers, France)
Yves MEGARD (Lyon, France)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
Monday
› Immunosenescence and its impact on flu vaccination in the elderly
Brigit WEINBERGER (Lyon, France)
› The intradermal (ID) route: new perspectives in vaccinology
Jean-François NICOLAS (Lyon , France)
› Clinical results of flu intradermal vaccination in the elderly
Pierre VAN DAMME (Wilrijk, Belgium)
› Intanza: the first intradermal flu vaccine
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Monday 6
SC6 036
Symposia
Cognitive training in later adulthood:
findings from four intervention programs Amphi Bleu
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Sherry WILLIS (Seattle, USA), Sylvie BELLEVILLE (Montréal, Canada)
› SC6 036-1 — The active randomized control trial: memory, processing speed
and reasoning executive training with non-demented elders
Sherry WILLIS (Seattle, USA)
Yee Lee SHINGL (Berlin, Germany)
Sylvie BELLEVILLE (Montréal, Canada)
Jennifer LODI-SMITH (Dallas, USA)
› SC6 036-2 — Plasticity of working memory and episodic memory in the
COGITO study: findings from time-accuracy functions
Monday
› SC6 036-3 — Memory training of elders with mild cognitive impairment:
memory, FMRI and ERP findings
› SC6 036-4 — Intellectual and social engagement as a form of cognitive
intervention
SB6 037
Room 241
Targeted geriatric assessment in primary
care - An international research collaboration 14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Jean-Pierre BAEYENS (Oostend, Belgium),
Mario BARBAGALLO (Palermo, Italy)
› SB6 037-1 — Better assessment and response to older people’s health and
care needs in primary care: a global solution?
Ian PHILP (Sheffield, UK)
Shirley BACH (Brighton, UK) Mario BARBAGALLO (Palermo, Italy) › SB6 037-2 — Promoting successful ageing
Jack WATTERS (Sheffield, USA)
› SB6 037-3 — The Dutch easy-care studies
Marcel OLDE-RIKKERT (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
› SB6 037-4 — Evaluation of the training programme for the use of the easycare assessment method as part of the Standardcare project
› SB6 037-5 — CGA with easy-care: priorities for research and development
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Loneliness in old age SD6 038
Chairs: Kaisu PITKÄLÄ (Helsinki, Finland),
Marja JYLHÄ (Tampere, Finland)
Monday 6
Room 242 A
14.00 › 15.30
› SD6 038-1 — Effectiveness of psychosocial group rehabilitation on lonely
older people- A randomized controlled trial
Marja JYLHÄ (Tampere, Finland)
Pirkko ROUTASALO (Turku, Finland)
Niina SAVIKKO (Helsinki, Finland)
Kaisu PITKÄLÄ (Helsinki, Finland)
› SD6 038-2 — Prognostic value of social isolation, low social participation
and loneliness among the elderly
› SD6 038-3 — Global feelings of insecurity and loneliness in old age › SD6 038-4 — Loneliness in old age - Methodological and comparative
perspectives
Older people in emergencies: education for
health professionals SD6 039
Monday
Overlapping concepts?
Room 242 B
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Rory FISHER (Toronto, Canada)
› SD6 039-1 — Natural disasters that reveal cracks in gerontological nursing
practice
Sandi HIRST (Calgary, Canada)
Robert ROUSH (Houston, USA)
Laurie MAZURIK (Toronto, Canada)
Rory FISHER (Toronto, Canada)
› SD6 039-2 — What health care providers need to know about older people in
disasters
› SD6 039-3 — The educational initiative of the interprofessional disaster and
emergency action study network (IDEAS)
› SD6 039-4 — Discussant
Social pensions and older people in
developing countries SD6 040
Room 243
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Peter LLOYD-SHERLOCK (Norwich, UK), Armando BARRIENTOS (Manchester, UK)
› SD6 040-1 — Social pensions and older people in developing countries: an
introduction
Peter LLOYD-SHERLOCK (Norwich , UK)
Armando BARRIENTOS (Manchester, UK)
Wade PFAU (Tokyo, Japan)
› SD6 040-2 — Social pensions and older people: evidence from Brazil and
South Africa
› SD6 040-3 — Simulating the potential impacts and costs of an extended social
pension scheme in Vietnam
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SB6 041
Symposia
Approaches to frailty in the Americas Chair: Kenneth OTTENBACHER (Galveston, USA)
Room 251
14.00 › 15.30
› SB6 041-1 — Frailty interventions and ethnic differences
Kenneth OTTENBACHER (Galveston, USA)
› SB6 041-2 — The concept of frailty: importance, relevance and usefulness
Howard BERGMAN (Montréal, Canada)
› SB6 041-3 — Frailty, biomarkers and interdisciplinary implications
Luis Miguel GUTIERREZ (Mexico City, Mexico)
› SB6 041-4 — Cognitive frailty: translating memory problems to useful
interventions
Monday
Carlos CANO (Bogotá, Colombia) SC6 042
Research directions of the McArthur
Foundation Aging Society Network Room 252 AB
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: John ROWE (New York, USA)
› SC6 042-1 — Aging society and the role of the intergenerational family
James JACKSON (Ann Arbor, USA)
› SC6 042-2 — Interventions to improve health and well-being for older
people in an aging society
Lisa BERKMAN (Cambridge, USA)
Jay OLSHANSKY (Chicago, USA)
Robert BINSTOCK (Cleveland, USA)
› SC6 042-3 — Life-course implications of the aging society
Martin KOHLI (San Domenico di Fiesole, Italy)
› SC6 042-4 — US population size and age structure in 2030 and 2050:
forecasts from the McArthur Foundation Aging Society Network
› SC6 042-5 — Political implications of an aging society in the US
SC6 043
CME
Apathy and neuropsychiatric symptoms
in Alzheimer Room Maillot
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Philippe ROBERT (Nice, France), Jerome YESAVAGE (Stanford, USA)
› SC6 043-1 — Clinical, concept and criteria of apathy in Alzheimer
Philippe ROBERT (Nice, France)
› SC6 043-2 — Measurement of apathy and neuropsychiatric symptoms in
Alzheimer disease
Chiadi U. ONYIKE (Baltimore, USA)
Serge GAUTHIER (Verdun, Canada)
Jerome YESAVAGE (Stanford, USA)
› SC6 043-3 — Treatment of apathy and neuropsychiatric symptoms in
Alzheimer disease
› SC6 043-4 — Discussant and chair
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Ageing is no longer an unsolved biological
problem (supported by the Ellison Medical Foundation
SA6 044
Monday 6
Amphi Bordeaux
14.00 › 15.30
and co-sponsored by the Gerontological Society of America) Chairs: Leonard HAYFLICK (San Francisco, USA), Robin HOLLIDAY (Canberra, Australia)
› SA6 044-1 — The causes of biological ageing are known
Leonard HAYFLICK (San Francisco, USA)
› SA6 044-2 — Understanding the biological reasons for ageing
Robin HOLLIDAY (Canberra, Australia)
› SA6 044-3 — Ageing is solved but its solution also highlights its complexity -
Thomas KIRKWOOD (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK)
Steven AUSTAD (San Antonio, USA)
› SA6 044-4 — Making sense (and making use) of patterns of mammalian
longevity
Territories and ICT as regards ageing:
what public policies? SD6 045
Chairs: Pascal BULEON (Caen, France), Liliane PIOT (Paris, France)
› SD6 045-1 — Internet public services for an ageing active life Monday
Gearing up for the challenges ahead
Room 342 A
14.00 › 15.30
French > English
English > French
and autonomy
Jean-François LEGRAND (Saint Lô, France)
Pedro RODRIGUEZ DELGADO (Sevilla, Spain)
› SD6 045-2 — Using telehealthcare to deliver models of care
Alan BELL (Stirling, UK)
› SD6 045-3 — Regular services based on the TIC and intended for elderly persons living in Andalucia-España
Telomere dynamics and cardiovascular
ageing SA6 046
Room 342 B
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Athanase BENETOS (Nancy, France), Jacques TRETON (Paris, France)
› SA6 046-1 — Telomere dynamics and evaluation of cardiovascular ageing:
clinical implications
Abraham AVIV (Newark, USA)
Isabelle GORENNE (Cambridge , UK)
Athanase BENETOS (Nancy, France)
› SA6 046-2 — Vascular smooth muscle cells senescence and telomere
attrition in atherosclerosis
› SA6 046-3 — Telomere length in atherogenic and non atherogenic tissus
Rosine NZIETCHUENG (Nancy, France)
› SA6 046-4 — Clinical evidence for the implication of the telomere length in
the cardiovascular ageing
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
Symposia
SC6 047
Late-life depression and psychotherapy CME
Chairs: Karen MUNK (Aarhus, Denmark),
Boo JOHANSSON (Gothenburg, Sweden)
Room 343
14.00 › 15.30
› SC6 047-1 — Demographic change and psychotherapy
Ken LAIDLAW (Edinburgh, UK)
› SC6 047-2 — Depression as a placebo sensible illness
Esben HOUGAARD (Aarhus, Denmark)
› SC6 047-3 — Elderly men with late-life depression. implications for
psychotherapy
Hanne JENSEN (Aarhus, Denmark)
Monday
› SC6 047-4 — Psychotherapy and complex presentations of depression in old age
Mike BIRD (Queanbeyan, Australia)
SB6 048
CME
Anti-hypertensive therapy and
cognitive function Amphi Havane
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Françoise FORETTE (Paris, France), Olivier HANON (Paris, France)
› SB6 048-1 — Hypertension as a risk factor for the aging brain and for
cognitive decline
Sandra BLACK (Toronto, Canada)
Naoyuki SATO (Osaka, Japan)
Olivier HANON (Paris, France) › SB6 048-2 — Cerebrovascular lesions and cognitive decline
Christope TZOURIO (Paris, France)
› SB6 048-3 — The pharmacodynamic mechanisms of cognition enhancement
by antihypertensive drugs
› SB6 048-4 — Anti- hypertensive therapy and cognitive decline in the elderly
hypertensive patients
SB6 049
Room 351
Studies of telehealth and telecare services
14.00 › 15.30
for older adults with chronic illnesses and
their family caregivers: an international perspective
Chairs: Mike NOLAN (Sheffield, UK), Lennart MAGNUSSON (Varvsholmen, Sweden)
› SB6 049-1 — The mainstreaming of an ICT based service (action) for
older people with chronic illness living at home, family caregivers and
practitioners in Sweden
Elizabeth HANSON (Kalmar, Sweden)
Elsa MARZIALI (Toronto, Canada)
Peter CUDD (Sheffield, UK) › SB6 049-2 — Home services for older people’s management of their own lives
Josep ROCA (Barcelona, Spain)
› SB6 049-3 — Web-based video conferencing support programs for family
caregivers and for older adults with chronic disease › SB6 049-4 — E-activities for frail older people who do not understand it
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Ageing bone and genetics SA6 050
Chairs: Serge FERRARI (Geneva, Switzerland),
René RIZZOLI (Geneva, Switzerland)
Monday 6
Room 352 AB
14.00 › 15.30
› SA6 050-1 — Gene-environment interactions on the ageing skeleton
Douglas P. KIEL (Boston, USA)
› SA6 050-2 — Genetics of male osteoporosis
Luigi GENNARI (Siena, Italy)
› SA6 050-3 — Pleiotropic effects of osteoporosis genes on age-related
disorders
Serge FERRARI (Geneva, Switzerland)
Monday
Room 353
Comparisons of generational and cultural
14.00 › 15.30
change in the « developed » world:
the impact of the baby boomers on policy and identity SD6 051
Chair: Simon BIGGS (London, UK)
› SD6 051-1 — The impact of the baby boomers on US perceptions of ageing
and policy
› SD6 051-2 — Generation formation of the baby boomers. The case of Finland
Antti Karisto (Helsinki, Finland)
› SD6 051-3 — Boomer identity and changing policy stances an Australian
perspective
Hal Kendig (Concord, Australia)
Simon BIGGS (London, UK)
› SD6 051-4 — The baby boomers in the UK: consumers or the new producers?
IPSEN Award
Award
Room 242 A
15.45 › 17.15
› The Fondation IPSEN is awarding its 2009 Longevity prize to Jacques Vallin,
a French demographer, for his recent outstanding work on cross-national
comparison of longevity through health transition.
This annual prize will be awarded for the 14th time its previous laureates being :
Caleb Finch, Vaino Kannisto, Roy Walford, John Morley, Paul and Margret
Baltes, Justin Congdon, George Martin, James Vaupel, Linda Partridge,
Michael Marmot, Cynthia Kenyon, David Barker, and Gerald McClearn.
The international jury consists of : Leonard Poon, James Carey, Eileen
Crimmins, Calib Finch, Bernard Forette, Bernard Jeune, George Martin,
Jean-Pierre Michel, Jean-Marie Robine, Jacques Tréton, and Bruno Vellas.
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SC6 052
Symposia
Cross-national evidence on health change
with ageing Amphi Bleu
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Dorly DEEG (Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
› SC6 052-1 — Is there a relationship between mortality (life expectancy) and
old age disability trends across Europe?
Jean-Marie ROBINE (Montpellier, France)
Yasuhiko SAITO (Tokyo, Japan)
Coen VAN GOOL (Bilthoven, The Netherlands)
Howard BERGMAN (Montréal, Canada)
› SC6 052-2 — Are we really living longer healthier years? The case of
Japanese elderly
Monday
› SC6 052-3 — Rates of change in old age disability across five studies in The Netherlands
› SC6 052-4 — Frailty: searching for a relevant clinical and research concept
SB6 053
The MNA® revisited: what does the data
tell us? Room 241
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France), Cornel SIEBER (Nurnberg, Germany)
› SB6 053-1 — The MNA in research and practice: from birth to present
Yves GUIGOZ (Vevey, Switzerland)
› SB6 053-2 — New insights from an internationally pooled database
Juergen BAUER (Nurnberg, Germany)
› SB6 053-3 — Future applications of the MNA
Tommy CEDERHOLM (Uppsala, Sweden)
SD6 054
Use of an integration index to compare
home care delivery for older persons
in 11 European countries Room 242 B
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Jean-Claude HENRARD (Paris, France)
› SD6 054-1 — General framework of a service delivery integration index of
home care for older persons: application in several European cities
Jean-Claude HENRARD (Paris, France)
Graziano ONDER (Roma, Italy)
Gunnar LJUNGGREN (Stockholm, Sweden)
Joël ANKRI (Paris, France)
› SD6 054-2 — Integration characteritics and home care outcomes of the
medical model facing disability in older persons
› SD6 054-3 — Integration characteritics and home care outcomes of the social
model facing disability in older persons
› SD6 054-4 — Impact of service delivery integration index of home care on
institutionalization, hospitalization and death
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Monday 6
Room 243
Bridging research and practice: toward
a global model of gerontology education 15.45 › 17.15
SD6 055
Chair: Edwin ROSENBERG (Boone, USA)
› SD6 055-1 — Gerocenter: bridging education, research and practice in
Finland
Tiina-Mari LYYRA (Viveca, Finland)
Marja AARTSEN (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) & Martha MEYER (Saarburcken, Germany)
Pornchai JULLAMATE (Chonburi, Thailand) & Edwin ROSENBERG (Boone, USA)
Ryo TAKAHASHI (Visakhapatnam, India)
Suzanne KUNKEL (Oxford, USA) & Edwin ROSENBERG (Boone, USA)
› SD6 055-2 — Gerontology education in The Netherlands and the benefits of
a European union masters in gerontology
› SD6 055-3 — Gerontological nursing education in thailand: past, present
› SD6 055-4 — The Da Vinci project: collaborative development of a universal
gerontology curriculum
Monday
and future
› SD6 055-5 — INTERGERO: a European-American graduate gerontology
collaboration
Loneliness in various societies SC6 056
Chairs: Theo VAN TILBURG (Amsterdam, The Netherlands),
Jenny DE JONG GIERVELD (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Room 251
15.45 › 17.15
› SC6 056-1 — Interpreting differences in emotional and social loneliness in
older persons in three eastern and three western European countries
Jenny DE JONG GIERVELD (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Louise C. HAWKLEY. (Chicago, USA)
Vanda ZAMMUNER (Padova, Italy)
Theo VAN TILBURG (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SC6 056-2 — Loneliness in the older US population: predictors and
consequences
› SC6 056-3 — Social and emotional loneliness in young, mature and older
Italian adults
› SC6 056-4 — Today’s older persons: increasingly lonely or increasingly
likely to report so?
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SA6 057
Symposia
Nutrition and brain aging: priming the brain
against the ravages of time Room 252 AB
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: James JOSEPH (Boston, USA)
› SA6 057-1 — Quenching the « fires » of brain aging via nutritional
supplementation with fruits and walnuts
James JOSEPH (Boston, USA)
Charles RAMASSAMY (Laval, Canada)
Elizabeth HEAD (Irvine, USA)
Donald INGRAM (Baton Rouge, USA)
› SA6 057-2 — Beneficial effects of polyphenols from foods during ageing and
in Alzheimer’s disease
› SA6 057-3 — The role of an antioxidant diet and behavioral enrichment on
Monday
cognition and neuropathology in the canine model of aging
› SA6 057-4 — Diet restriction versus diet selection: converging concepts
SB6 058
CME
Heart failure in the very elderly Chair: Olivier HANON (Paris, France)
Room Maillot
15.45 › 17.15
› SB6 058-1 — Specificities of the diagnostic of heart failure in the very elderly
Richard HOBBS (Birmingham, UK)
› SB6 058-2 — Comorbidities and heart failure in the very elderly
Olivier HANON (Paris, France)
› SB6 058-3 — Specificities of the treatment of heart failure in the very elderly
Richard ISNARD (Paris, France)
› SB6 058-4 — Therapeutic education for heart failure: a necessity in the
elderly
Yves JUILLIÈRE (Nancy, France)
SC6 059
Sleep disorders in older persons CME
Chairs: Jerome YESAVAGE (Stanford, USA),
Sonia ANCOLI-ISRAEL (La Jolla, USA)
Amphi Bordeaux
15.45 › 17.15
› SC6 059-1 — Agitation during sleep in older persons
Valérie COCHEN (Toulouse, France)
› SC6 059-2 — Sleep disorders in dementia
Christophe ARBUS (Toulouse, France)
› SC6 059-3 — Epidemiology of sleep disorders in nursing home
Sonia ANCOLI-ISRAEL (La Jolla, USA)
› SC6 059-4 — Non-pharmacologic management of sleep disorders in older
adults
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Jerome YESAVAGE (Stanford, USA)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Monday 6
Room 342 A
Migrant long term care work as a rising
15.45 › 17.15
challenge for elder care research, policy
and practice (I): recent developments in Europe SD6 060
Chairs: Gloria GUTMAN (Vancouver, Canada), Giovanni LAMURA (Ancona, Italy)
› SD6 060-1 — Migrant household and care workers in Germany: practice and
policy
Haneli DOHNER (Hamburg, Germany)
George LEESON (Oxford, UK)
Ewa FRATCZAK (Warsaw, Poland)
› SD6 060-2 — Migrant care workers in long term care: lessons from Italy
Giovanni LAMURA (Ancona, Italy)
› SD6 060-3 — Migrant carers and the provision of social care in the United
Kingdom - Policy, practice and research
› SD6 060-4 — Synthesis and discussion
New perspectives on rural ageing SD6 061
Chair: Catherine HENNESSY (Plymouth, UK)
Monday
Room 342 B
15.45 › 17.15
› SD6 060-1 — A framework for research on rural ageing
Norah KEATING (Edmonton, Canada)
› SD6 060-2 — Older people’s involvement in civic society in rural areas
Catherine HENNESSY (Plymouth, UK)
› SD6 060-3 — Communities of interest or communities of place? Reflections
on an emerging debate and its implications for rural elders
Simon EVANS (Bristol, UK)
Vanessa BURHOLT (Swansea, UK)
› SD6 060-4 — The next decade of research on rural ageing
Changing families / Emerging issues and
needs SC6 062
Room 343
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Rosemary BLIESZNER (Blacksburg, USA)
› SC6 062-1 — Transition to adulthood: generational ripple effects
Karen HOOKER (Corvallis, USA)
› SC6 062-2 — Normative beliefs and responsiveness to increasing parental
needs
Pearl DYKSTRA (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Karen A. ROBERTO (Blacksburg, USA)
› SC6 062-3 — Family experiences with the mild cognitive impairment
trajectory
› SC6 062-4 — Successful aging through participation in social activities:
examining the selection, optimization and compensation model with
Japanese senior citizens
Keiko TAKAHASHI (Tokyo, Japan)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday
Monday 6
Symposia
SB6 063
Geriatric palliative medicine CME
Chairs: Nele VAN DEN NOORTGATE (Gent, Belgium),
Vito CURIALE (Genova, Italy)
Amphi Havane
15.45 › 17.15
› SB6 063-1 — Comprehensive assessment – RAI-PC
Trevor SMITH (Waterloo, Canada)
› SB6 063-2 — Dilemmas in communication and decision making
Cees HERTOGH (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SB6 063-3 — Best practice in nursing homes
Miel RIBBE (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SB6 063-4 — Geriatric palliative medicine: consultation in acute care
geriatric hospital
Sophie PAUTEX (Collonge-Bellerive, Switzerland)
SB6 064
Ambient assisted living technologies in an
aging world Room 351
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Paul ELEAZER (Columbia, USA)
› SB6 064-1 — Ambient assisted living: from visions to reality
Martin BECKER (Kaiserslautern, Germany)
› SB6 064-2 — Ambient assisted living approaches for healthy living @ home
Elizabeth STEINHAGEN-THIESSEN (Berlin, Germany)
› SB6 064-3 — AAL technology: a system perspective
Juegen NEHMER (Berlin, Germany)
› SB6 064-4 — Problems and issues facing an aging generation
Victor HIRTH (Columbia, USA)
SA6 065
Aging and anti-aging non inflammatory
proteins Room 352 AB
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Eric BOULANGER (Lille, France), Kuro-o MAKOTO (Dallas, USA)
› SA6 065-1 — A truncated lamin A protein in the premature aging disorder
Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome
Maria ERIKSSON (Stockholm, Sweden)
Luc BUEE (Lille, France)
Kuro-o MAKOTO (Dallas, USA)
› SA6 065-2 — Implication of TAU in neurofibrillary degeneration during
aging and Alzheimer’s disease
› SA6 065-3 — Protein glycation in aging: role and control
Eric BOULANGER (Lille, France)
› SA6 065-4 — The anti-aging mechanism mediated by Klotho
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Spinning straw into gold: expanding options
for elders as human and social capital in
rapidly aging Asia-Pacific SD6 066
Monday 6
Room 353
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Takeo OGAWA (Yamaguchi, Japan)
› SD6 066-1 — Active ageing policies in rural and urban Japan
Takeo OGAWA (Yamaguchi, Japan)
› SD6 066-2 — The efforts of social environment « active aging » in Korea
Donghee HAN (Busan, Republic of Korea)
› SD6 066-3 — P.E.R.S.-The integration of assistive technologies to serve
Cullen HAYASHIDA (Honolulu, USA)
Makiko TANAKA (Yamaguchi, Japan)
› SD6 066-4 — Preventive care for the elderly: challenges in Yamaguchi
prefecture, Japan
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
Monday
tomorrows elders effectively
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Monday 6
SD6 067
CME
Symposia
Amphi Bleu
Presidential symposium
17.30 › 19.00
Compression of morbidity: has it come true? Chair: Renato MAIA GUIMARÃES (Brasilia, Brazil)
› SD6 067-1 — Measuring and monitoring success in compressing morbidity
James FRIES (Stanford, USA)
› SD6 067-2 — Alternation of compression and expansion of morbidity/
disability: geriatric perspectives
Jean-Pierre MICHEL (Geneva, Switzerland)
Jean-Marie ROBINE (Montpellier, France)
Renato MAIA GUIMARÃES (Brasilia, Brazil)
› SD6 067-3 — Are compression of mortality, morbidity and disability a
Monday
universal phenomena?
› SD6 067-4 — Health capital, compression and expansion of morbidity
SB6 068
Nutritional support in nursing homes CME
Chairs: Graziano ONDER (Rome, Italy),
Agathe RAYNAUD-SIMON (Paris, France)
Room 241
17.30 › 19.00
› SB6 068-1 — The prevalence and impact of an underdetected problem
Tommy CEDERHOLM (Uppsala, Sweden)
› SB6 068-2 — Screening and assessment of malnutrition in nursing homes
Juergen BAUER (Nuremberg, Germany)
› SB6 068-3 — Vitamin D deficiency and its impact on functionality in nursing
homes
Yves ROLLAND (Toulouse, France)
Rainer WIRTH (Borken, Germany)
› SB6 068-4 — To peg or not to peg
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Monday 6
Room 242 A
Support programs for community-dwelling
17.30 › 19.00
frail elderly patients at the hospitalcommunity interface: a Hong Kong experience SB6 069
Chairs: Tak Kwan KONG (Hong Kong, China), Man Fuk LEUNG (Hong Kong, China)
› SB6 069-1 — Interface between the different streams of patient flow:
towards medico-social collaboration
Peter MILLARD (Surrey, UK)
L.H. TSUI (Hong Kong, China)
Y.M. WU (Hong Kong, China)
› SB6 069-2 — Risk prediction model on elderly emergency admissions: the
HARRPE model
Monday
› SB6 069-3 — How frail and complex are the HARRPE patients?
B.C. TONG (Hong Kong, China)
› SB6 069-4 — Post-discharge program for elderly heart failure patients
K.Y. SHA (Hong Kong, China)
› SB6 069-5 — An evaluation study of « elderly care at home project »
P.M. FUNG (Hong Kong, China)
› SB6 069-6 — Targeted case management program for high risk older
persons reduces hospital bed-days and saves cost
Room 242 B
Social roles of older adults in
17.30 › 19.00
multigenerational families: structural,
cultural, and national considerations SD6 070
Chair: Merril SILVERSTEIN (Los Angeles, USA)
› SD6 070-1 — Intergenerational relationships and social mobility among
transnational families in France
Claudine ATTIAS-DONFUT (Paris, France)
Kristine AJROUCH (Ypsilanti, USA)
Linda BURTON (Durham, USA)
Merril SILVERSTEIN (Los Angeles, USA)
› SD6 070-2 — Close at a distance - Connective structures in aging Lebanese
families
› SD6 070-3 — The leveling effects of grandparents on sibling inequality in
multi-partner fertility family structures in the United States
› SD6 070-4 — Norms of intergenerational responsibility among older people
in rural China
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SD6 071
Symposia
Understanding and comparing public and
private guardianship in the United States
and in France Room 243
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: Pamela TEASTER (Lexington, USA)
› SD6 071-1 — Understanding law and practice of guardianship in the United
Monday
States
Erica WOOD (Washington, USA)
Pamela TEASTER (Lexington, USA)
Karen ROBERTO (Blacksburg, USA)
› SD6 071-2 — Understanding law and practice of guardianship in France
Marie MERCAT-BRUNS (Paris, France)
› SD6 071-3 — Results from a national study of public guardianship in the
United States
› SD6 071-4 — Findings from the evaluation of public guardianship in the
commonwealth of Virginia
SC6 072
Organization and engagement of gerontology
and geriatrics students at the national,
regional and international level Room 251
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Anthony KUPFERSCHMIDT (Vancouver, Canada),
Gloria GUTMAN (Vancouver, Canada)
› SC6 072-1 — Increasing visibility and establishing a unique identity in a
larger professional organization: experiences from the Emerging Scholar &
Professional Organization (ESPO) in the US
Kelly FITZGERALD (Swansea, UK)
Dafna HALPERIN (Haifa, Israel)
› SC6 072-2 — Student engagement: early responsibility for a responsible
future
› SC6 072-3 — Enabling the establishment and evolution of student
organisations - Facilitators, barriers, techniques and strategies:
experiences of the Australian Association of Gerontology
Helen FEIST (Vancouver, Australia)
Anthony KUPFERSCHMIDT (Vancouver, Canada)
› SC6 072-4 — The past, present and future of IAGG’s international council of
gerontology student organizations
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
A new approach to falls and osteoporotic
fractures in ageing population SB6 073
CME
Monday 6
Room 252 AB
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Manuel MONTERO-ODASSO (London, Canada),
Robert CUMMING (Sydney, Australia)
› SB6 073-1 — Risk factors for falls. What is new on the menu?
Robert CUMMING (Sydney, Australia)
› SB6 073-2 — Falls prevention. The value of gait assessment and dualtasking
Manuel MONTERO ODASSO (London, Canada)
Gustavo DUQUE (Sydney, Australia)
Manuel MONTERO ODASSO (London, Canada)
› SB6 073-3 — Falls and fractures clinics. A unified approach for risk
stratification for osteoporotic fractures
› SB6 073-4 — Closing remarks and proposed approach
Small-scale, personalized nursing homes:
a global phenomenon? SD6 074
Monday
Room Maillot
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Rosalie KANE (Minneapolis, USA),
Hilde VERBLEEK (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
› SD6 074-1 — Learning about small-house nursing homes from early green
house projects
Rosalie KANE (Minneapolis, USA)
Hilde VERBEEK (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
Po-Tsung CHEN (Taipei, Taiwan)
› SD6 074-2 — Characteristics of small-scale nursing homes in The
Netherlands and how they work in dementia care
› SD6 074-3 — Small-scale nursing homes in Belgium
Anja DECLERCQ (Leuven, Belgium)
› SD6 074-4 — Innovative nursing home care with small-scale living in an
inner city environment in Taiwan
Why we age: the modern synthesis SA6 075
Chairs: Robin HOLLIDAY (Canberra, Australia),
Leonard HAYFLICK (San Francisco, USA)
Amphi Bordeaux
17.30 › 19.00
› SA6 075-1 — Why we age: an integration of concepts across biological
disciplines
Bruce CARNES (Oklahoma City, USA)
S. RATTAN (Aarhus, Denmark)
Jay OLSHANSKY (Chicago, USA)
› SA6 075-2 — Molecular damage and heterogeneity during ageing: its
relevance and consequence
› SA6 075-3 — Why we age: a biodemographic perspective
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SD6 076
Symposia
Supporting sustainable informal care – The
Eurocarers framework Room 342 A
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: Henk NIES (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
› SD6 076-1 — Support for carers and the importance of information, advice,
Monday
advocacy and training
Giovanni LAMURA (Ancona, Italy) & Hanneli DÖHNER (Hamburg, Germany)
Benedicte DE KOKER (Antwerp, Belgium) & Therese JACOBS (Antwerp, Belgium)
› SD6 076-2 — Technology based services for carers
Elisabeth HANSON (Hamburg, Germany) & Geraldine VISSER (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
› SD6 076-3 — Cash for care: implications for carers Caroline GLENDINNING (York, UK)
› SD6 076-4 — Experiences of carers in using formal support and the role of
assessing carers
SA6 077
Noncoding RNA and epigenetic control of
aging: from worm to man Room 342 B
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Eugenia WANG (Louisville, USA), Anna MCCORMICK (Bethesda, USA)
› SA6 077-1 — Programmed microRNA shift during mid-life: the start of
aging frailty
Eugenia WANG (Louisville, USA)
Weixiong ZHANG (St Louis, USA)
Monica DRISCOLL (Piscataway, USA)
› SA6 077-2 — MicroRNA profiling in Alzheimer disease
Hyman SCHIPPER (Montréal, Canada)
› SA6 077-3 — Transcriptional regulation of microRNA in aging brain and
senescent fibroblasts
› SA6 077-4 — MicroRNA modulation of C. Elegans healthspan and lifespan
SC6 078
The challenges of screening for dementia in
multicultural societies Room 343
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Bilkish CASSIM (Congella, South Africa), Tricia WOO (Hamilton, Canada)
› SC6 078-1 — Development of a pocket tool for family and interdisciplinary
screening of an older person with cognitive symptoms in Canada
Tricia WOO (Hamilton, Canada), Belinda PARK (Edmonton, Canada) & Kathleen
CRUTTENDEN (Fredericton, Canada)
› SC6 078-2 — Challenges of screening for dementia in a multicultural
society with limited resources
Suvira RAMLALL (Durban, South Africa)
Bilkish CASSIM (Durban, South Africa)
› SC6 078-3 — The face validity of the DECO in a south african population
Serela RAMKLASS (Durban, South Africa)
› SC6 078-4 — Development of an algorithm for the assessment of dementia
in a South African population
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Defining sarcopenia - Summing up an
evidence-based approach from
population studies SB6 079
Monday 6
Amphi Havane
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Zhao CHEN (Tucson, USA), Tamara HARRIS (Bethesda, USA)
› SB6 079-1 — Assembling the evidence for sarcopenia: critical issues
Scott GOING (Tucson, USA)
› SB6 079-2 — Sarcopenia: age, racial/ethnic and sex variations in risk
factors
Zhao CHEN (Tucson, USA)
Peggy MANNEN CAWTHON (San Francisco, USA)
Tamara HARRIS (Bethesda, USA)
Marjolein VISSER (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SB6 079-3 — Muscle mass or function: sarcopenia or power? The study of
osteoporosis in men
› SB6 079-4 — Muscle mass or muscle fat: sarcopenia or myosteatosis? The
health, aging, and body composition study
Monday
› SB6 079-5 — Towards a definition of low handgrip strength in older men and
women
Experiences of assistive technologies for
older age SB6 080
Room 351
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Elisabeth STEINHAGEN-THIESSEN (Berlin, Germany),
Mehmet GÖVERCIN (Berlin, Germany)
› SB6 080-1 — Integrating remote monitoring in national telehomecare: a
report from The Netherlands
Charles G. WILLEMS (Deventer, The Netherlands)
Michael SCHELLENBACH (Berlin, Germany)
William D. KEARNS (Tampa, USA)
David M. KUTZIK & Anthony P. GLASCOK (Philadelphia, USA)
› SB6 080-2 — Designing assistive technologies for spatial navigation in old
age
› SB6 080-3 — Sensor based hip rehabilitation in practice
Mehmet GÖVERCIN (Berlin, Germany)
› SB6 080-4 — Evaluation of wandering by residents in an assisted living
facility (ALF) using ultra wideband radio RTLS
› SB6 080-5 — Care informatics as the basis for integrated telehomecare:
lessons learned from field tests
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Monday 6
SA6 081
Symposia
Immunosenescence: state of the art Chairs: Tamas FULOP (Sherbrooke, Canada),
Jacques TRETON (Paris, France)
Room 352 AB
17.30 › 19.00
› SA6 081-1 — The innate immune response and aging
Tamas FULOP (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SA6 081-2 — Chronic viral infection as a driving force for T cells
Monday
immunosenescence
Graham PAWELEC (Tubingen, Germany)
Claudio FRANCESCHI (Bologna, Italy)
› SA6 081-3 — B cell contribution to immunosenescence
Michael P. CANCRO (Philadelphia, USA)
› SA6 081-4 — Inflamaging: a unifying theory for immunosenescence
SD6 082
Cross-national standards of quality
indicators in multiple sectors Room 353
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: John MORRIS (Boston, USA)
› SD6 082-1 — A new approach to adjusting for selection bias in quality
indicators
Katherine BERG (Toronto, Canada)
Pálmi JÓNSSON (Reykjavik, Iceland)
› SD6 082-2 — Cross-national comparison of nursing home quality indicators
John MORRIS (Boston, USA)
› SD6 082-3 — Cross-national comparison of home care quality indicators
Magnus BJÖRKGREN (Kokkola, Finland)
› SD6 082-4 — Cross-national comparison of post-acute care quality
indicators
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
› Tuesday 7 July
Tuesday
Scientific Programme
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Other session
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
CME
Continuing medical education
Translation English/French provided
85
Tuesday 7
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
09.45 ›
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
Synopsis
Amphi Bleu
Level 2
Room 241
Level 2
OB7 083
Alzheimer
Tuesday
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
19.00 ›
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Room 242 B
Level 2
OB7 084
OD7 085
OB7 086
Frailty
Demography / Economy / Social policy
Prevention
SB7 100
SD7 101
SB7 102
Perspectives on
healthy aging
Recent prevalence research
in elder abuse:
European
perspectives
Nutrition and
age-related
diseases of the
brain and eye
SB7 116
SD7 117
p 92
p 92
p 93
p 93
Keynote Lecture
An urgent need
to improve life
conditions of
seniors
p 100
SB7 099
New approaches
in AD prevention
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
Room 242 A
Level 2
p 101
p 101
p 101
p 102
Satellite industry session
Nestlé Nutrition
Nutrition and
functionality –
Key partners in
ageing
p 107
SD7 114
SB7 115
Cultural
knowledge and
beliefs about
dementia
Obesity in old
age
p 109
SB7 129
p 109
SB7 130
CME
The war against
polypharmacy- Rethinking and re-evaluation
needed for each and
every drug in the elderly
Academic careers in
geriatrics: an international comparison
about demands and
success
SB7 131
SB7 132
p 109
The California fall Vision and hearing
Support to
prevention center impairment in the develop geriatric
of excellence: a elderly –Implications
medicine in
model with interna- for health, function countries without
tional applications
and social life
accepted specialty
p 114
SB7 144
CME
CME
For a new
diagnostic
approach of
Alzheimer’s
disease
p 119
p 114
p 110
Oral health in
frail geriatric
patients
p 114
p 115
SD7 145
SB7 146
SB7 147
Substitutive hospital
at home models
around the world:
impact on health and
wealth in old patients
Why palliative
care needs
geriatrics
Canadian Geriatrics Society
symposium - Developing
and assessing geriatrics
curriculum –Training to meet
the needs of an aging society
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
p 119
p 119
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
p 120
Tuesday 7
Synopsis
Room 243
Level 2
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
Room 251
Level 2
Room 252 AB
Level 2
OB7 087
OB7 088
OB7 089
OB7 090
Nutrition
Cancer advances
in geriatrics
Alzheimer
Frailty / Physical
exercise
Journée de la SFGG
SB7 103
SB7 104
Les
médicaments
Technology, ethics
and dementia care:
from true needs
to thoroughly assessed responses
Supportive care
of the older
cancer patient
p 94
p 94
p 95
Room Maillot
Level 2
p 95
10.30 ›
p 90
p 102
SB7 105
Psychology of
frailty
p 102
p 103
Satellite industry session
Lundbeck
The importance
of quality sleep
for healthy aging
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
19.00 ›
SB7 118
MobiQual Bientraitance
p 107
SB7 119
SB7 120
How to assess
and modify
the falling risk
among older
adults?
Nutritional
evidence for
slowing down
ageing
pathologies
Functional neuroimaging
contributions to the study
of cognition in healthy
aging and neurodegenerative diseases
SFGG
SB7 133
SB7 134
SB7 135
Bien vieillir
Skeletal muscle
power and aging:
biological determinants and functional implications
Respiratory
tract infections
in the elderly:
challenges in
2009
Falls in the elderly:
recent findings and
ongoing research on
detection of « at-risk »
elderly populations
SB7 148
SD7 149
SD7 150
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
S: Symposium
SFGG
p 90
p 91
SFGG
CME
p 110
p 115
p 110
CME
p 115
Les sujets âgés et Outcome assessInformal
la crise financière - ments among
caregiving:
Aspects
geriatric patients observationfrom
to
économiques
in intensive care
action
medicine
W: Workshop
p 91
O: Oral communications session
p 120
p 120
SAT: Satellite industry session
Tuesday
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
CME
p 111
CME
p 116
Interdisciplinarity in
gerontology and geriatrics: society, culture and
epistemology reshaping
links between disciplines
p 121
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Tuesday 7
Synopsis
Amphi Bordeaux
Level 3
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
09.45 ›
Tuesday
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
19.00 ›
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OD7 091
Integrated
models of care
p 96
Room 342 A
Level 3
Room 342 B
Level 3
Room 343
Level 3
OC7 092
OA7 093
OC7 094
Psychological
Psychological aspects Biological sciences:
of ageing / Sexuality mechanism of ageing aspects of ageing
p 96
p 97
p 97
Keynote Lecture
Critical
reflections on
families of older
adults
p 100
SC7 106
SA7 107
SA7 108
SD7 109
Longitudinal
perspectives on health
disparities with aging:
comparative studies of
health and retirement
The genetic
component of
aging and
longevity:
a reappraisal
Melatonin,
biorhythmes
and aging
Living standards
and wellbeing
among older
people
SD7 121
SD7 122
SA7 123
Reconceptualizing the
experience of living
with dementia: from
passive recipient to
active citizen
Ageing and
sexuality – The
possibilities for
care
SD7 136
SB7 137
p 103
p 103
p 104
p 104
Satellite industry session
sanofi-aventis
Shedding new light
on managing elderly patients with
atrial fibrillation
p 107
p 111
Molecular mechanisms of
brain aging and age-related
neurodegeneration: genetics, Older persons in
disasters
signaling, cytoskeletal abnormality, and protein toxicity
p 112
SC7 138
p 112
SD7 139
Senior citizenship: from myth Anemia in the
New look at filial Migrant long-term care
to reality. challenges and elderly: emerging piety in east Asia: work as a rising challenge
cross-national perspectives concepts in occhanging family
for elder care research,
on senior citizens participa- currence, cause, support for the
policy and practice (II):
tion to decision making
and treatment
elderly
international developments
p 116
SD7 151
p 111
CME
SC7 124
p 116
SA7 152
Building the
health care
workforce to
serve an aging
America
p 121
p 117
SA7 153
Essential trace element (Zn,
Implication of
Cr, Se) deficiencies in elderly: butyrylcholinestewhich policy of supplementa- rase in dementia:
tion?? Symposium organised preclinical and
by SFERETE and TEU
clinical evidences
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
p 121
p 117
SD7 154
Socioeconomic
inequalities in
health in older
people
p 122
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
p 122
Tuesday 7
Synopsis
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
09.45 ›
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
Room 351
Level 3
Room 352 AB
Level 3
OB7 095
OB7 096
OC7 097
OD7 098
Centenarians
Intergenerational
aspects
Cardiovascular
disease
19.00 ›
S: Symposium
p 98
p 99
p 99
Keynote Lecture
State of the art in
atrial fibrillation
management in
the elderly
p 100
SB7 110
SB7 111
Recent advances Telemedicine and
in nursing home telehealth services
care: the AMDA in the home of the
elderly: experiensymposium
ces and blokers
p 104
p 105
SB7 112
SD7 113
Increasing the
participation of
the elderly in
clinical trials
(PREDICT)
State social policies
for family caregivers
in four countries:
what lessons can
we learn?
SB7 127
SD7 128
p 105
p 106
Sat. indus. session
Fondation Caisses d’Epargne pour la solidarité
State of clinical research
for the elderly received
outside the hospital
p 108
SB7 125
SB7 126
Anti-ageing
medicine:
a reality or
fiction?
How to optimize
drug therapy in
older patients?
p 112
SC7 140
CME
p 117
CME
Multimorbidity:
the syndrome
of the aging
population
p 113
SC7 141
Global issues in
social inclusion
of older adults
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
Gerontechnology
p 98
Room 353
Level 3
Tuesday
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
Amphi Havane
Level 3
p 113
SB7 142
Reconciling
employment and
family care in
European
welfare states
p 113
SD7 143
Interest for measuring blood
Managing senior pressure and arterial stiffness Social class and
mobility across
for the evaluation of cardiovas- age relations in
the western
cular risk in institutionalized
later life
continents
elderly people over 80
p 118
p 118
p 118
SC7 155
SC7 156
SD7 157
SD7 158
Psychosocial
predictors of later
life disparities
Supportive
technologies in
later life
Ethical issues
with advancing
age
Addressing the
challenges of
population ageing
through capacity
building and training
W: Workshop
p 122
O: Oral communications session
p 123
p 123
SAT: Satellite industry session
p 124
89
Tuesday 7
Journée de la SFGG
Société Française de Gériatrie et Gérontologie
Sessions in French not translated in English
Tuesday
SFGG
C. DEGUINES (AFSSAPS)
J.P. BAEYENS (EUGMS)
›
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Salle 243
10.30 › 12.00
Modérateurs: F. PIETTE et C. LASSALE
›
›
SFGG
Evolution des recommandations du groupe gériatrie de l’ICH 1994 et 2009
Constitution d’un groupe permanent consacré à la gériatrie à l’Agence
Européenne du Médicament
Les essais cliniques dans la maladie d’Alzheimer, le bilan du LEEM
C. LASSALLE (LEEM)
Leçons à tirer de quelques essais positifs et négatifs en gériatrie
F. PIETTE, C. JEANDEL, G. BERRUT et O. HANON (Association REGATES)
MobiQual – Bientraitance
Modérateurs: D. CHARLANNE et G. RUAULT
Salle 243
14.00 › 15.30
Bientraitance : une éthique du soin
François BLANCHARD (gériatre, CMRR de Reims, coordinateur EREMA)
La bientraitance dans la littérature et les pratiques internationales
Alice CASAGRANDE, (Déléguée nationale qualité, gestion des risques et promotion de
la bientraitance, Direction Santé Autonomie, Croix-Rouge française)
Bientraitance : une politique de la qualité pour les personnes âgées
dépendantes
›
Pascale DORENLOT (Service evaluation - ANESM)
Sébastien DOUTRELIGNE (coordinateur national du programme MobiQual)
Nathalie MAUBOURGUET (présidente de la FFAMCO-EHPAD)
›
90
Les médicaments
MobiQuaL : une démarche d’évaluation des pratiques professionnelles pour
la bientraitance
Utilisation des outils MobiQuaL : place du médecin coordonnateur
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Journée de la SFGG
Bien Vieillir SFGG
›
Modérateurs: Jean-Pierre AQUINO, Anne-Marie TAHRAT
Tuesday 7
Salle 243
15.45 › 17.15
Démocratie participative et formes d’expression de la citoyenneté dans
l’aménagement de la cité
›
›
Jean-Philippe VIRIOT-DURANDAL (sociologue)
Marie BEAULIEU et Suzanne GARON (professeures et chercheures à l’Université de
Sherbrooke, centre de recherche sur le vieillissement, Québec (Canada))
›
Le réseau mondial des villes amies des ainés
John BEARD, directeur du Département « Aging and life course » de l’OMS
« Villes amies des aînés » au Québec : 7 projets pilotes et le soutien
d’autres initiatives municipales
Mieux prendre en compte les besoins des aînés dans la ville : présentation
des travaux et projets de trois villes françaises:
Lille - Marie CAULI (anthropologue, professeur des universités, faculté de
médecine Lille 2)
Nice - Olivier GUERIN (gériatre, Faculté de médecine et université de Nice)
Lyon - Pierre HEMON (adjoint au maire chargé des personnes âgées)
Les sujets âgés et la crise financière Aspects économiques SFGG
Tuesday
Salle 243
17.30 › 19.00
Modérateurs: Gilles BERRUT, Marie-Eve JOEL
›
›
Thomas BARNAY (Maître de conférences Université Paris 12)
›
Chantal CASES (Directrice de l’IRDES)
›
›
Catherine LE GALES (Directrice de l’IRDES)
Agnès GRAMAIN (Université Nancy 2)
Emploi des seniors et crise économique
Est-ce que le pouvoir d’achat des personnes âgées va être modifié par la
crise financière ? Conséquences en termes d’inégalités et de soins
Crise financière, revenus et épargne des personnes âgées : approche
internationale
Le financement de la dépendance et la crise économique
Jérôme WITTWER (Université Paris Dauphine)
Quels scénarios plausibles de sortie de crise sont envisageables pour les
personnes âgées : solidarités familiales ?
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
91
Tuesday 7
OB7 083
› 8:00
› 8:15
Oral communications
Alzheimer
Chair: Gerd FAXEN IRVING (Stockholm, Sweden)
Amphi Bleu
8.00 › 9.30
OB7 083-1 — Early diagnosis of Alzheimer
E. BARBEAU*, M. DIDIC-HAMEL COOKE, O. FELICIAN, E. GUEDJ, J. RANJEVA, M. PONCET, P. COZZONE, M. CECCALDI (Toulouse, France)
OB7 083-2 — The prevalence of dementia and cognitive impairment in
Dublin area nursing homes: the need for on-going cognitive assessment
S. CAHILL*, A. PONCE (Dublin, Ireland)
G. FAXEN IRVING*, Y. FREUND-LEVI, M. ERIKSDOTTER-JÖNHAGEN, H. BASUN, E. HJORTH, J. PALMBLAD, I. VEDIN, L. WAHLUND, T. CEDERHOLM (Stockholm, Sweden)
› 8:30 OB7 083-3 — N-3 fatty acid treatment and plasma transthyretin in patients
with Alzheimer’s disease
› 8:45
Tuesday
› 9:00
OB7 083-4 — The metabolic syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease: a casecontrol study among Mexican elderly
J. GARCIA LARA*, J. AVILA-FUNES, L. GUTIERREZ-ROBLEDO, S. AGUILAR-NAVARRO,
J. REYES-GUERRERO (Mexico City, Mexico)
OB7 083-5 — The effect of education on RCBF changes in Alzheimer’s
disease: a longitudinal spect study
H. HARUO*, T. SATO, S. SHIMIZU, K. HIRAO, H. KANETAKA, T. IWAMOTO (Tokyo, Japan)
G. COLONNA-ROMANO*, M. PELLICANÒ, M. BULATI, S. BUFFA, M. BARBAGALLO, A. DI PRIMA, G. MISIANO, M. DI CARLO, G. CANDORE, C. CARUSO (Palermo, Italy)
› 9:15
OB7 084
› 8:00
› 8:15
OB7 083-6 — Immune-inflammation in Alzheimer’s disease
Frailty
Chair: Shahrul KAMARUZZAMAN (London, UK)
Room 241
8.00 › 9.30
OB7 084-1 — Outcomes after acute deconditioning: inpatient rehabilitation
(IRF) vs. skilled nursing facility (SNF) treatment
E. BINDER*, D. CARR, J. ZHENG, C. WILKINS, K. SCHECHTMAN (Saint Louis, USA)
OB7 084-2 — Which screenings instrument predicts most adequate poor
outcome after an emergency department visit in non-admitted older patients
B. BUURMAN*, J. KOREVAAR, W. VAN DEN BERG, S. DE ROOIJ (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› 8:30 OB7 084-3 — The realationship between uric acid and frailty syndrome in
community-dwelling older persons
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
92
E. CIRINEI*, R. CARMELINDA, C. ANTONIO, P. FRANCESCA, G. BEATRICE, M. MARCELLO, B. STEFANIA, L. FULVIO, F. LUIGI (Perugia, Italy)
OB7 084-4 — Frailty in Brazilian elderly
Y. DUARTE*, M. LEBRAO, J. SANTOS, V. BERTASSI, R. LAURENTI (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
OB7 084-5 — A reliable measure of frailty for a community dwelling older
population
S. KAMARUZZAMAN*, G. PLOUBIDIS, S. EBRAHIM (London, UK)
OB7 084-6 — The effect of dual task performance among frail and non frail
older adults
J. LEMOS*, M. NAJAS, M. PERRACINI (São Paulo, Brazil)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Demography / Economy / Social policy
OD7 085
› 8:00
› 8:15
Chair: Rob MERCHANT (Stafford, UK)
Tuesday 7
Room 242 A
8.00 › 9.30
OD7 085-1 — Cross-national variations in place of death of older people in
five European countries
D. HOUTTEKIER*, J. COHEN, L. DELIENS (Brussels, Belgium)
OD7 085-2 — The English are healther than Americans in later life: do
psychosocial risk factors contribute?
A. MCMUNN*, J. BANKS, J. SMITH, M. MARMOT (London, UK)
› 8:30 OD7 085-3 — The curious case of extreme longevity: ageism for the 21
st
century
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OD7 085-4 — The mediating and moderating effects of self-esteem on
health and depression among the low income elderly in Korea
M. CHUN* (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
OD7 085-5 — Active labour market policies for older workers – Japan,
Germany and the United Kingdom compared
F. FRERICHS* (Vechta, Germany)
OD7 085-6 — Participatory approaches to knowledge transfer « come of age »: engaging older adults in the research enterprise
J. JANES* (Toronto, Canada)
Prevention
OB7 086
› 8:00
› 8:15
Chair: Armelle GENTRIC (Brest, France)
Room 242 B
8.00 › 9.30
Tuesday
R. MERCHANT* (Stafford, UK)
OB7 086-1 — Good appetite by self report predicts survival in the elderly
D. SHAHAR*, B. YU, D. HOUSTON, S. KRITCHEVSKY, J. LEE, S. RUBIN, D. SELLMEYER,
F. TYLAVSKY, T. HARRIS (Beer-Sheva, Israel)
OB7 086-2 — A multi-level investigation of health risk factors across 15
countries
P. THOMAS*, R. SMITH-RAY, T. PROHASKA, R. LOGIE (Chicago, USA)
N. LOW CHOY*, S. BRAUER, J. NITZ (Bond University, Australia)
› 8:30 OB7 086-3 — Health, falls history, sensory function and postural instability
need pre-emptive intervention during mid-life
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OB7 086-4 — Prevention of delirium in a French university hospital: from
clinical research to clinical practice
A. GENTRIC*, S. ESTIVIN, E. COMPS, V. JESTIN, L. DUCASTAING (Brest, France)
OB7 086-5 — Predictor of decline in higher-level functional capacity among
elderly Japanese: the Ohasama study
M. TSUBOTA-UTSUGI, R. ITO-SATO, T. OHKUBO*, M. KIKUYA, K. ASAYAMA, H. METOKI,
A. KURIMOTO, K. SUZUKI, K. TOTSUNE, Y. IMAI (Tokyo, Japan)
OB7 086-6 — Trade-offs between major elderly disorders: impact on aging
and longevity
S. UKRAINTSEVA*, A. YASHIN, K. ARBEEV, I. AKUSHEVICH, A. KULMINSKI (Durham, USA)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
93
Tuesday 7
OB7 087
› 8:00
› 8:15
Oral communications
Nutrition
Room 243
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Cécilia SAMIERI (Bordeaux, France)
OB7 087-1 — Body mass index and mortality in men and women aged 70 to 75 years
K. MCCAUL*, J. CALVER, O. ALMEIDA, G. HANKEY, K. JAMROZIK, W. BROWN, J. BYLES, L. FLICKER (Crawley, Australia)
OB7 087-2 — Body mass index and mortality in hospitalized elderly patients
F. ADDANTE*, L. BONGHI, L. FONTANA, M. MATERA, G. D’ONOFRIO, D. SANCARLO, P. D’AMBROSIO, C. SCARCELLI, D. SERIPA, A. PILOTTO (San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy)
› 8:30 OB7 087-3 — Restritive diets increase the risk of malnutrition in free-living elderly
› 8:45
› 9:00
Tuesday
› 9:15
O. MOLATO*, F. LE DUFF, O. GUÉRIN, G. ZEANANDIN, X. HÉBUTERNE, S. SCHNEIDER
(Nice, France)
OB7 087-4 — Fish, long-chain N-3 fatty acids and cognitive function:
preliminary results from the SU.VI.MAX2 study
E. KESSE-GUYOT*, S. PÉNEAU, S. HERCBERG, M. FERRY, P. GALAN, C. JEANDEL (Bobigny, France)
OB7 087-5 — Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, depressive status and
cognitive decline in older adults
C. SAMIERI*, C. FÉART, C. PROUST-LIMA, L. LETENNEUR, E. PEUCHANT, J. DARTIGUES, H. AMIEVA, P. BARBERGER-GATEAU (Bordeaux, France)
OB7 087-6 — Diet restriction and polyphenol supplementation modify
cognitive performances in a primate
A. DAL-PAN*, J. PICQ, F. AUJARD (Brunoy, France)
OB7 088
› 8:00
› 8:15
Cancer advances in geriatrics
Chair: Johanna VOURIOT (Créteil, France)
Room 251
8.00 › 9.30
OB7 088-1 — Effect of co-morbidity on survival of bladder cancer within
different age groups in two regions of The Netherlands
E. BASTIAANNET*, A. LELIVELD, K. GOOSSENS, I. DE JONG, P. KIL, M. JANSSENHEIJNEN (Leiden , The Netherlands)
OB7 088-2 — Influence of geriatric consultation with comprehensive geriatric
assessment (CGA) on therapeutic decision in elderly cancer patients
P. CHAIBI*, M. NICOLAS, C. AMALE, D. JEAN-JACQUES, T. MOHAND, K. DAVID, P. FRANÇOIS, S. JEAN-PHILIPPE (Ivry-sur-Seine, France)
› 8:30 OB7 088-3 — Geriatric assessment in elderly cancer patients: geriatric
syndromes and impact on treatment
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
94
J. VOURIOT*, P. CAILLET, C. DELBALDO, S. KRYPCIAK, M. BERLE, S. CULINE, S. BASTUJI-GARIN, E. PAILLAUD (Créteil, France)
OB7 088-4 — Choice of adjuvant therapy in old women with early breast
cancer and multidimensional geriatric assessment (MGA)
S. MONFARDINI*, C. FALCI, A. DE MATTEIS, D. CRIVELLARI, A. MOLINO, S. LONARDI,
A. BRUNELLO, C. BASSI, P. FIDUCCIA, U. BASSO (Padova, Italy)
OB7 088-5 — SIOG (International Society of Geriatric Oncology) prostate
cancer guidelines proposals in senior adult men
J. DROZ* (Lyon, France)
OB7 088-6 — APOE genotype, plasma cholesterol and cancer: a mendelian
randomisation study
S. TROMPET*, W. JUKEMA, M. KATAN, G. BLAUW, N. SATTAR, B. BUCKLEY, M. CASLAKE,
I. FORD, J. SHEPHERD, R. WESTENDORP, A. DE CRAEN (Leiden, The Netherlands)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Alzheimer
OB7 089
› 8:00
› 8:15
Tuesday 7
Room 252 AB
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Beka SOLOMON (Tel Aviv, Israel)
OB7 089-1 — Novel immunotherapy of Alzheimer
B. SOLOMON* (Tel Aviv, Israel)
OB7 089-2 — Asymptomatic individuals at genetic risk for Alzheimer’s
disease: structural and functional brain changes
S. BASSETT*, G. VERDUZCO, C. CRISTINZIO (Baltimore, USA)
T. LAI*, P. CHIU (Taichung, Taiwan)
› 8:30 OB7 089-3 — Depression in Taiwanese patients with Alzheimer’s disease:
determined with five different assessment tools
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
P. SCHELTENS*, P. KAMPHUIS (Wageningen, The Netherlands)
OB7 089-5 — An observational longitudinal study using a previously
validated tool of the anti-cholinergic burden in a cohort of 224 people with
Alzheimer’s disease (AD)
C. FOX*, G. LIVINGSTON, C. KATONA, S. COULTON, I. MAIDMENT, D. SMITHARD, M. BOUSTANI (Folkestone, UK)
OB7 089-6 — Benefits of intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) in Alzheimer’s
disease (AD) shown in a phase 2 study
M. WEKSLER*, P. SZABO, N. RELKIN, L. MOSCONI, D. TSAKANIKAS (New York, USA)
Frailty / Physical exercise
OB7 090
› 8:00
› 8:15
Chair: Teresa LIU-AMBROSE (Vancouver, Canada)
Room Maillot
8.00 › 9.30
Tuesday
OB7 089-4 — The efficacy of a medical food (Souvenaid®) in Alzheimer’s
disease: results first trial and design of future trials
OB7 089-1 — Ambulatory activity, nutrient intake and statin use as
determinants of sarcopenia in community-dwelling older adults
D. SCOTT*, J. FELL, L. BLIZZARD, G. JONES (Hobart, Australia)
OB7 089-2 — Socio-economic disadvantage from childhood to adulthood
and locomotor function in old age
K. THOMAS*, R. MARTIN, J. GALLACHER, D. GUNNELL, S. EBRAHIM, Y. BEN-SHLOMO
(Bristol, UK)
› 8:30 OB7 089-3 — Northumberland fishnets: a whole system approach to old age
falls prevention
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
G. COOK*, D. DAWSON (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK)
OB7 089-4 — Effects of exercise programs to prevent health-related quality
of life decline in highly deconditioned institutionalized older adults: a
randomized controlled trial
A. DECHAMPS*, P. DIOLEZ, E. THIAUDIERE, C. ONIFADE, T. VUONG, I. BOURDELMARCHASSON (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
OB7 089-5 — The effect of resistance training on brain function among
community-dwelling senior women: a randomized controlled trial
T. LIU-AMBROSE*, L. NAGAMATSU, L. HSU, M. ASHE, L. KATARYNYCH, K. KHAN, P. GRAF, B. BEATTIE, T. HANDY (Vancouver, Canada)
OB7 089-6 — Music based multitask exercises (Jaques-Dalcroze eurhythmics)
improves gait and balance in elderly: preliminary results from a randomized
controlled trial
A. TROMBETTI*, M. HARS, S. DEL BIANCO, S. FERRARI, R. RIZZOLI (Geneva, Switzerland)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
95
Tuesday 7
OD7 091
› 8:00
Oral communications
Integrated models of care
Amphi Bordeaux
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Line ROBICHAUD (Québec, Canada)
OD7 091-1 — Using a relationship based model of care to develop
community in residential long term care
C. BROWN WILSON* (Manchester, UK)
B. D’ALLEINE*, M. LAMBERT, N. VAN DEN NOORTGATE, A. DEJACE, C. DECOSTER, M. QUINET, J. BAEYENS (Brussel, Belgium)
› 8:15 OD7 091-2 — Findings from a randomized trial of in-home palliative care
R. BRUMLEY*, S. ENGUIDANOS (Los Angeles, USA)
› 8:30 OD7 091-3 — The Belgian care programme for geriatric patients admitted to
the hospital
› 8:45
› 9:00
Tuesday
› 9:15
OD7 091-4 — The home independence program randomised controlled trial
G. LEWIN*, K. DE SAN MIGUEL, S. VANDERMEULEN, J. SMITH, C. PATTERSON (Perth, Australia)
OD7 091-5 — Evaluation of a new model of long tem care (LTC) facilities in a
Canadian context
L. ROBICHAUD*, T. ANDRÉ, M. DIANE, V. RENÉ, D. ISABELLE (Québec, Canada)
OD7 091-6 — Multidisciplinary integrated care improves the quality of care
of elderly living in residential homes, a randomised trial
M. BOORSMA *, H. VAN HOUT, G. NIJPELS, D. FRIJTERS (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
OC7 092
› 8:00
Psychological aspects of ageing / Sexuality Chair: Linda MCAULIFFE (Bundoora, Australia)
Room 342 A
8.00 › 9.30
OC7 092-1 — Physical activity, aging, and self-esteem: a randomized
controlled trial
E. MCAULEY*, S. WHITE, E. KLAMM, A. SZABO, T. WOJCICKI, L. HU, K. MORRIS, A. KRAMER (Urbana, USA)
› 8:15 OC7 092-2 — Body and dance throughout ages
J. TARDIEU*, F. TAMALET, H. RANDRIANJAFY, T. DANTOINE (Aubusson, France)
› 8:30 OC7 092-3 — The importance and meaning of friendships to older persons
in South Africa
› 8:45
› 9:00
OC7 092-4 — Well-being dynamics in couples from the Australian
longitudinal study of ageing
R. WALKER*, M. LUSZCZ, D. GERSTORF, C. HOPPMANN, P. EDWARDS (Adelaide, Australia)
OC7 092-5 — A study of sexual behaviors and disorders of Iranian elderly in
retirement organization
S. MALAKOUTI*, F. TEYMOORI, E. ARDABILI, M. NOJOMI (Tehran, Iran)
L. MCAULIFFE*, M. BAUER, R. NAY, D. FETHERSTONHAUGH (Bundoora, Australia)
› 9:15
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V. ROOS* (Potchefstroom, South Africa)
OC7 092-6 — Sex in the city and older people
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Biological sciences: mechanism of ageing OA7 093
› 8:00
› 8:15
› 8:30
› 8:45
› 9:00
Chair: Irene REA (Belfast, UK)
Tuesday 7
Room 342 B
8.00 › 9.30
OA7 093-1 — The role of HSF and HSP 70 in life span alteration after
irradiation or oxidative stress in drosophila melanogaster
A. MOSKALEV*, M. SHAPOSHNIKOV, E. TURYSHEVA (Syktyvkar, Russian Federation)
OA7 093-3 — Size matters: ROS-induced mitochondrial damage is
attenuated in elongated mitochondria of senescent cells
M. JENDRACH*, S. MAI, M. KLINKENBERG, J. KAUDEER, G. AUBURGER, J. BEREITER-HAHN (Frankfurt, Germany)
OA7 093-4 — Effects of deficiency of INOS on aging-related insulin
resistance and inflammatory response
S. PARK*, H. CHA, Y. KIM, J. KIM (Daegu, Republic of Korea)
OA7 093-5 — The inhibitory role of myostatin-SMAD3 signaling for
adipogenesis: crosstalk between muscle and fat
Y. TSURUTANI*, F. MASAKI, Y. KOTARO (Chiba, Japan)
OA7 093-6 — TNF-alpha upregulation upregulates MAC-1 adhesion
molecule in elderly subjects with blood pressure above 120/80 mmHg
I. REA*, M. ARMSTRONG, D. ALEXANDER, S. MCNERLAN, S. MCMILLAN (Belfast, UK)
Tuesday
Psychological aspects of ageing OC7 094
› 8:00
› 8:15
Chair: Tianyuan LI (Hong Kong, China)
Room 343
8.00 › 9.30
OC7 094-1 — Affect and morale in older canadian adults
E. HELMES*, R. GOFFIN, R. CHRISJOHN (Townsville, Australia)
OC7 094-2 — Exploring and examining the experience of regret amongst
mid-life and older Irish adults
E. HOLLYWOOD*, H. ELAINE, O. ANN, M. JOHN, B. RODD (Dundalk, Ireland)
D. JOHNSON*, C. TAGGART (Windsor, Canada)
› 8:30 OC7 094-3 — Diogenes syndrome: does the benefit of the team approach to
intervention support the cost?
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OC7 094-4 — Honor and responsibility for « man of longevity »: what can
Japanese seniors do with the longest lifetime in the world?
A. KOMUKAI* (Tokyo, Japan)
OC7 094-5 — Cognitive reappraisal moderates age differences in attention
to negative images
T. LI*, H. FUNG, D. ISAACOWITZ (Hong Kong, China)
OC7 094-6 — Using acupressure and Montessori-based activities to
decrease agitation for residents with dementia: a cross-over trial
L. LIN*, M. YANG, S. WU (Taipei, Taiwan)
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Tuesday 7
OB7 095
› 8:00
› 8:15
Oral communications
Cardiovascular disease
Amphi Havane
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Alain WYNCKEL (Reims, France)
OB7 095-1 — Echocardiographic evaluation improves the prediction of
cardiovascular risk in patients with stage 4 chronic kidney disease
A. WYNCKEL*, F. LESAFFRE, P. NAZEYROLLAS, M. MOHAJER, S. DUVAL, J. MELIN, D. METZ, P. RIEU (Reims, France)
OB7 095-2 — Low HDL-cholesterol is associated with the risk of stroke in
elderly diabetic individuals: changes in the risk for atherosclerotic diseases
at various ages
T. HAYASHI*, H. ITOH, H. WATANABE, H. SONE, N. YAMADA, Y. HATTORI, T. OHURI, K. YOKOTE, H. NOMURA, H. UMEGAKI, A. IGUCHI (Nagoya, Japan)
› 8:30 OB7 095-3 — Effects of perindopril and echocardiographic variables in
elderly post-mi patients: the PREAMI ECHO sub-study
› 8:45
Tuesday
› 9:00
› 9:15
C. CECONI*, L. NICOLOSI, S. GOLCEA, G. PARRINELLO, M. CHIARIELLO, W. REMME, L. TAVAZZI, R. FERRARI (Ferrara, Italy)
OB7 095-4 — How to improve anticoagulation control in hospitalized elderly
patients on warfarin?
I. GOUIN-THIBAULT*, C. LEVY, I. MAHÉ, J. GOLMARD, V. SIGURET, M. SIRIWARDANA,
E. PAUTAS (Ivry-sur-Seine, France)
OB7 095-5 — Do pharmacogenetic factors besides non genetic factors
influence warfarin response in very elderly inpatients?
C. MOREAU*, E. PAUTAS, I. GOUIN-THIBAULT, J. GOLMARD, I. MAHÉ, C. LEGENDRE,
E. TAILLANDIER-HÉRICHE, B. DURAND-GASSELIN, P. BEAUNE, M. LORIOT, V. SIGURET (Paris, France)
OB7 095-6 — Heart rate, telomere length, and CVD are independently
associated with mortality
A. FITZPATRICK*, R. KRONMAL, N. SWORDS JENNY, A. AVIV (Seattle, USA)
OB7 096
› 8:00
› 8:15
Gerontechnology
Chair: Louise ROBINSON (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK)
Room 351
8.00 › 9.30
OB7 096-1 — Geriatric assessment « online »: a clinical decision support
system based on the Interrai acute care
L. GRAY*, R. WOOTTON (Woolloongabba, Australia)
OB7 096-2 — Force-plate technology used to develop a home-based device
to evaluate equilibrium and fall risk in the elderly
V. MICHEL-PELLEGRINO*, D. HEWSON, D. BÉRA, J. DUCHÊNE (Troyes , France)
J. HAUSDORFF*, A. MIRELMAN, T. HERMAN, I. MAIDAN, L. CHIARI, A. ZIJLSTRA, S. NICOLAI (Tel Aviv, Israel)
› 8:30 OB7 096-3 — Auditory-biofeedback training in Parkinson
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
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OB7 096-4 — Once-a-day changing for incontinence? A new device: the 3DI project
F. PIETTE*, E. TAMBRUN, A. THORNETT, S. TOAN, H. ANARD-MICHELOT (Ivry-sur-Seine, France)
OB7 096-5 — A « thinking » bed that will alert nurses to fall risk patients
who are trying to get out of bed and therefore prevent falls
S. RAJARAM*, J. KAUR, H. TIM (Singapore, Singapore)
OB7 096-6 — Keeping in touch everyday (KITE) project: developing assistive
technologies with people with dementia and their family carers to promote
independence
L. ROBINSON*, K. BRITAIN, S. LINDSAY, P. OLIVIER (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Centenarians OC7 097
› 8:00
› 8:15
Chair: Bradley WILLCOX (Honolulu, USA)
Tuesday 7
Room 352 AB
8.00 › 9.30
OC7 097-1 — Healthy longevity in Okinawa: phenotypic characteristics of
supercentenarians
B. WILLCOX*, D. WILLCOX, Q. HE, N. WANG, M. ROSENBAUM, M. SUZUKI (Honolulu, USA)
OC7 097-2 — What is the difference between centenarians with high and low
functional capacity?
B. HAGBERG* (Sölvesborg, Sweden)
R. P.V.* (Tirupati, India)
› 8:30 OC7 097-3 — Self-efficacy in young-old, old-old, and centenarians
D. JOPP*, C. ROTT (Bronx, USA)
› 8:45 OC7 097-4 — Health behaviour as a marker of longevity: the Tirupati
centenarian study
› 9:00
› 9:15
OC7 097-5 — Body size in midlife and exceptional longevity: a study of the
US WWI draft registration cards
L. GAVRILOV*, N. GAVRILOVA (Chicago, USA)
OC7 097-6 — Cultural interpretations of longevity and intergenerational
relationship of Korean centenarians
G. HAN* (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
› 8:00
› 8:15
Chair: Lucia CARRAGHER (Dundalk, Ireland)
Room 353
8.00 › 9.30
Tuesday
Intergenerational aspects
OD7 098
OD7 098-1 — Building positive intergenerational relations: lessons from
Ireland
L. CARRAGHER*, P. KERINS, A. MARRON, R. BOND (Dundalk, Ireland)
OD7 098-2 — 42.000 children participating in the Chronos prize of literature
on issues of aging « growing up growing older »
J. GAUSSENS*, B. PARIS, M. DORANGE, I. BESSON, G. ARFEUX-VAUCHER (Paris, France)
G. HAGESTAD*, K. HERLOFSON (Kistiansand, Norway)
› 8:30 OD7 098-3 — Grandparents in a nordic welfare state: back-up supports for
young families?
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
OD7 098-4 — Social relationships of Japanese seniors: opportunity of
acquaintance and subsequent development
W. KOYANO*, M. NISHIMURA, T. YABE, K. TAKAGI, T. ASAKAWA, T. ANDO (Ageo, Japan)
OD7 098-5 — The effect of grandmothers and other kin members on
offspring survival in rural Africa
D. VAN BODEGOM*, L. MAY, M. KUNINGAS, R. WESTENDORP (Leiden, The Netherlands)
OD7 098-6 — Care for grandchildren and psychological well-being of older
parents in rural China: does gender matter?
S. LU*, L. SHUZHUO (Xi’an, China)
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Tuesday 7
Keynote
Lecture
Keynote lectures
An urgent need to improve life conditions
of seniors
Amphi Bleu
9.45 › 10.15
Chair: Sandrine ANDRIEU (Toulouse, France)
› Réjean HEBERT - Dean, Faculty of medicine and Health Sciences, University of
Sherbrooke (Sherbrooke, Canada)
Keynote
Lecture
Critical reflections on families of older
adults
Amphi Bordeaux
9.45 › 10.15
Chair: Gloria Gutman (Vancouver, Canada)
Tuesday
› Norah KEATING - University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada)
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Keynote
Lecture
State of the art in atrial fibrillation
management in the elderly
Amphi Havane
9.45 › 10.15
Chair: Renato MAIA GUIMARÃES (Brasilia, Brazil)
› John E. CAMM - St George’s Hospital Medical School (London, UK)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
New approaches in AD prevention SB7 099
Chairs: Jacques TOUCHON (Montpellier, France),
Serge GAUTHIER (Montréal, Canada)
Tuesday 7
Amphi Bleu
10.30 › 12.00
› SB7 099-1 — Cognitive decline versus conversion to dementia in elderly
persons with subjective complaints
Nicola COLEY (Toulouse, France)
Michael W. WEINER (San Francisco, USA)
› SB7 099-2 — A multidomain approach
Sophie GILLETTE (Toulouse, France)
› SB7 099-3 — Vascular and metabolic intervention for AD prevention
Alan SINCLAIR (Luton, UK)
› SB7 099-4 — Using biomarkers for Alzheimer’s prevention trials: lessons
from the Alzheimer’s disease neuroimaging initiative (ADNI)
Perspectives on healthy aging SB7 100
Chairs: Anne NEWMAN (Pittsburgh, USA),
Stephen KRITCHEVSKY (Winston-Salem, USA)
Room 241
10.30 › 12.00
cardiovascular health study (CHS)
Anne B. NEWMAN (Pittsburgh, USA)
Tamara B. HARRIS (Bethesda, USA)
Tuesday
› SB7 100-1 — Definitions and determinants of healthy aging: the Rotterdam study
Henning TIEMEIER (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
› SB7 100-2 — Chronic disease burden, function and mortality: the
› SB7 100-3 — Health, weight and body composition: the health, aging and
body composition study (HEALTH ABC)
› SB7 100-4 — Genome-wide association studies of healthy aging and
longevity: the cohorts for heart & aging research in genome epidemiology
(CHARGE) consortium of longitudinal population-based cohort studies
Joanne M. MURABITO (Framingham, USA)
Recent prevalence research in elder abuse:
European perspectives SD7 101
Room 242 A
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Bridget PENHALE (Sheffield, UK)
› SD7 101-1 — Prevalence data in elder abuse research -Reflecting results of
a recent German study
Thomas GOERGEN (Muenster, Germany)
Simon BIGGS (London, UK)
Zvi EISIKOVITS (Haifa, Israel)
› SD7 101-2 — First national study on elder abuse in the family in Spain
Isobel IBORRA (Valencia, Spain)
› SD7 101-3 — The first UK prevalence study on elder mistreatment: lessons
and observations
› SD7 101-4 — The Israeli national survey on elder abuse and neglect: so
what if we know it now?
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Tuesday 7
SB7 102
Symposia
Nutrition and age-related diseases of the
brain and eye Room 242 B
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Pascale BARBERGER-GATEAU (Bordeaux, France),
Cecile DELCOURT (Bordeaux, France)
› SB7 102-1 — Do problems of energy substrate supply contribute to agerelated brain diseases?
Stephen CUNNANE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
Astrid FLETCHER (London, UK)
› SB7 102-2 — Fatty acids and brain aging
Pascale BARBERGER-GATEAU (Bordeaux, France)
› SB7 102-3 — The role of oxidative stress in brain aging
Claudine BERR (Montpellier, France)
› SB7 102-4 — Nutrition and age-related eye disease: from observation to
intervention studies
Tuesday
SB7 103
Technology, ethics and dementia care:
from true needs to thoroughly assessed
responses Room 251
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Vincent RIALLE (La Tronche, France), Anne-Sophie RIGAUD (Paris, France)
› SB7 103-1 — Towards an ethical aim of technological progress in dementia
care: a contribution to the French third Alzheimer’s plan
Claire Huijnen (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
Gary M. Gowans (Dundee, UK)
Vincent Rialle (La Tronche, France)
› SB7 103-2 — Serious games: a role for computer-based intervention in
dementia care and a support to ethics of the care
› SB7 103-3 — Ethical and privacy issues in ambient assisted living
SB7 104
Supportive care of the older cancer patient CME
Chairs: Muriel RAINFRAY (Pessac, France),
Laurent TEILLET (Paris, France)
Room 252 AB
10.30 › 12.00
› SB7 104-1 — Older cancer survivors - Epidemiology
Maryska JANSSEN-HEIJNEN (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
› SB7 104-2 — Long term complications of chemotherapy in the aged
Jean-Pierre DROZ (Lyon, France)
› SB7 104-3 — Prevention and management of myelotoxicity
Lodovico BALDUCCI (Tampa, USA)
› SB7 104-4 — The place of the geriatrician in the follow-up of old people with
cancer
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Frédérique RETORNAZ (Marseille, France)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Psychology of frailty SB7 105
Chairs: Howard FILLIT (New York, USA),
Robert BUTLER (New York, USA)
Tuesday 7
Room Maillot
10.30 › 12.00
› SB7 105-1 — Overview of the psychology of frailty
Howard FILLIT (New York, USA)
› SB7 105-2 — Should psychological factors be considered part of syndromal
frailty?
Linda FRIED (New York, USA)
Robert BUTLER (New York, USA)
› SB7 105-3 — Are psychological factors another accumulated deficit?
Kenneth ROCKWOOD (Halifax, Canada)
› SB7 105-4 — Counseling, management & treatment
Longitudinal perspectives on health
disparities with aging: comparative studies
of health and retirement SC7 106
Amphi Bordeaux
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: David WEIR (Ann Arbor, USA)
longitudinal study of aging and the US health and retirement study
Alistair MURIEL (London, UK)
Zhao YAOHUI (Beijing, China)
Axel BORSCH-SUPRAN (Mannheim, Germany)
Jacqui SMITH (Ann Arbor, USA)
› SC7 106-2 — Is there a health gradient in China? New evidence from the
Tuesday
› SC7 106-1 — Disadvantage in comparative perspective: the English
China health, aging, and retirement study
› SC7 106-3 — The SES-health gradient in Europe: the study of health, aging,
and retirement in Europe
› SC7 106-4 — Psychological dimensions of health disparities in the US: the
health and retirement study
The genetic component of aging and
longevity: a reappraisal SA7 107
Room 342 A
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Peternella E. SLAGBOOM (Leiden, The Netherlands),
Giuseppe PASSARINO (Rende, Italy)
› SA7 107-1 — Causal complexity in aging: genes and the company they keep
Gerald E. MCCLEARN (University Park, USA)
› SA7 107-2 — Evolution of the human lifespan
Caleb E. FINCH (Los Angeles, USA)
› SA7 107-3 — Conserved molecular strategies to regulate longevity: from
bacteria to humans?
Valter D. LONGO (Los Angeles, USA)
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Tuesday 7
SA7 108
Symposia
Melatonin, biorhythmes and aging Chairs: Vladimir ANISIMOV (St Petersburg, Russia),
Yvan TOUITOU (Paris, France)
Room 342 B
10.30 › 12.00
› SA7 108-1 — Melatonin as geroprotector and anticarcinogen
Vladimir ANISIMOV (St Petersburg, Russia)
› SA7 108-2 — The biological clock and aging: role of melatonin
Yvan TOUITOU (Paris, France)
› SA7 108-3 — Circadian organization of melatonin secretion in physiological
and pathological aging
Ettore FERRARI (Pavia, Italy)
SD7 109
Living standards and wellbeing among
older people Room 343
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Charles WALDEGRAVE (Wellington, New Zealand),
Eamon O’SHEA (Galway, Ireland)
› SD7 109-1 — Standard of living and cost of disability among older people in
Tuesday
Ireland
Eamon O’SHEA (Galway, Ireland)
Thomas SCHARF (Keele, UK)
Peter KING (Wellington, New Zealand)
Charles WALDEGRAVE (Wellington, New Zealand)
› SD7 109-2 — New measures of poverty for older people in the UK: toward a
« necessities of life » approach
› SD7 109-3 — Housing tenure, perceptions of safety and the wellbeing of
older people in New Zealand
› SD7 109-4 — Measuring living standards and assessing wellbeing with
older people
SB7 110
Recent advances in nursing home
care: the AMDA symposium Amphi Havane
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Steven LEVENSON (Baltimore, USA), Charles CRECELIUS (St Louis, USA)
› SB7 110-1 — Evidence based care in the nursing home
Steven LEVENSON (Baltimore, USA)
› SB7 110-2 — Treating pain in the nursing home
Charles CRECELIUS (St Louis, USA)
› SB7 110-3 — Falls and weight loss in the nursing home
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John MORLEY (St Louis, USA)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Tuesday 7
Telemedicine and telehealth services in
the home of the elderly: experiences and
blokers SB7 111
Room 351
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Louis LARENG (Toulouse, France), Pierre RUMEAU (Toulouse, France)
› SB7 111-1 — Technical tools to fit in home telemedicine practice
Pascal LOCHELONGUE (Toulouse, France)
› SB7 111-2 — Hometelemedicine: providing the natural medical networks
with up to standard telemedicine facilities
Pierre RUMEAU (Toulouse, France)
Käte ALRUTZ (Umea, Sweden)
Olivier CLÉMENT (Nice, France)
Louis LARENG (Toulouse, France) & Hélène MIGNOT (Rennes, France)
› SB7 111-3 — Speach therapy rehabilitation by telemedicine: providing at
home
› SB7 111-4 — A practical experience of a teleassistance integreted in an
anti-isolation service
› SB7 111-5 — Round table discussion
Room 352 AB
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Gary MILLS (Sheffield, UK), Joaquim ORISTRELL (Sabadell, Spain)
› SB7 112-1 — What evidence is there that the elderly have been excluded
Tuesday
Increasing the participation of the elderly
in clinical trials (Predict) SB7 112
from clinical trials?
Andrew BESWICK (Bristol, UK)
Eva TOPINKOVA (Prague, Czech Republic)
Peter CROME (Newcastle-under-Lyme, UK)
› SB7 112-2 — Are current clinical trials including the elderly?
Antonio CHERUBINI (Perugia, Italy)
› SB7 112-3 — Inclusion of the elderly in clinical trials - Opinions of
clinicians, other professionals, patients and carers
› SB7 112-4 — On the basis of the Predict project findings, do we need a
charter for the elderly in research?
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Tuesday 7
SD7 113
Symposia & Poster session
State social policies for family caregivers
in four countries: what lessons can we
learn? Room 353
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Kalyani MEHTA (Singapore, Republic of Singapore)
› SD7 113-1 — Family caregiver policy in USA
Iris CHI (Los Angeles, USA)
› SD7 113-2 — Statutory and informal care partnership policies: a UK
perspective
Kate DAVIDSON (Surrey, UK)
Mary LUSZCZ (Adelaide, Australia)
Kalyani MEHTA (Singapore, Republic of Singapore)
› SD7 113-3 — Policies related to family (informal) caregivers of older people
in Australia
› SD7 113-4 — Time to examine Singapore’s social policies for family
Tuesday
caregivers of older people
Poster session
Posters are organized in four areas at level 2 and level 3, following their
theme (Track A, B, C or D). See maps pages 176 & 177
During the poster session, between 12.15 and 13.45, poster presenters are
attending their poster so that delegates can discuss it, ask questions, get
more information.
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Poster Area
12.15 › 13.45
Tuesdays’ posters programme on page 243
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Satellite industry sessions
Nestlé Nutrition
Nutrition and functionality - Key partners
in ageing SAT
Tuesday 7
Amphi Bleu
12.15 › 13.45
Chair: Heike BISCHOFF-FERRARI (Zurich, Switzerland)
› Nutrition and functionality – Where are the links?
Luigi FERRUCCI (Baltimore, USA)
› Minimizing falls and fractures: what role does nutrition play?
Heike BISCHOFF-FERRARI (Zurich, Switzerland)
› Oral nutritional supplements: do they make a difference?
David THOMAS (Saint Louis, USA)
› Questions & Answers
Lundbeck
The importance of quality sleep for healthy
aging SAT
Room Maillot
12.15 › 13.45
Chair: Patrick LEMOINE (Lyon, France)
®
Tuesday
› Prevalence and impact of non-restorative sleep
Maurice OHAYON (Palo Alto, USA)
› Melatonin deficit in the elderly: cause and consequence
Dieter KUNZ (Berlin, Germany)
› Circadin : PR melatonin for good quality sleep and daytime functioning
Patrick LEMOINE (Lyon, France)
sanofi-aventis
Shedding new light on managing elderly
patients with atrial fibrillation SAT
Amphi Bordeaux
12.30 › 13.45
Chairs: Françoise FORETTE (Paris, France),
John CAMM (London, UK)
› Introduction
Françoise FORETTE (Paris, France)
› Is atrial fibrillation different in the elderly?
John CAMM (London, UK)
› Atrial fibrillation: what is the impact on the heart of the elderly?
Olivier HANON (Paris, France)
› Stroke prevention in elderly patients with atrial fibrillation: is it achievable?
Jean-Yves LE-HEUZEY (Paris, France)
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SAT
Satellite industry sessions
Fondation Caisses d’Épargne pour la
solidarité
State of clinical research for the elderly
received outside the hospital Amphi Havane
12.15 › 13.45
Chair: Didier-Roland TABUTEAU, General Director of FCES (Paris, France)
Substitute: Bruno FAVIER (Paris, France)
› Research on nutrition of the elderly: State of the art
Irwin Rosenberg (Boston, USA)
› The results of clinical research facilities for seniors; gérontolopole of
Toulouse
Yves Rolland (Toulouse, France)
Gilles Kemoun (Poitiers, France)
Tuesday
› The « Padchute » project or how to assess and prevent falls in elderly
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Cultural knowledge and beliefs about
dementia SD7 114
Tuesday 7
Amphi Bleu
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Robert SCHRAUF (Chicago, USA)
› SD7 114-1 — Stigma beliefs about Alzheimer’s disease: a representative
study comparing Jewish and Arab lay persons in Israel
Perla WERNER (Haifa, Israel)
Annette LEIBING (Montréal, Canada)
Madelyn IRIS (Chicago, USA) & Robert SCHRAUF (Pennsylvania, USA)
Madelyn IRIS (Chicago, USA) & Robert SCHRAUF (Pennsylvania, USA)
› SD7 114-2 — Is ethnicity a useful concept for studying dementia? The
example of Alzheimer’s disease in Brazil
› SD7 114-3 — Inter-ethnic variation in beliefs about symptoms of
Alzheimer’s disease in the US
› SD7 114-4 — Separating out cultural beliefs about Alzheimer’s disease and
age-related memory impairment
Obesity in old age SB7 115
Room 241
14.00 › 15.30
› SB7 115-1 — Trends in obesity and perception of body weight in the older
population
Marjolein VISSER (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Noor HEIM (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Sari STENHOLM (Baltimore, USA)
› SB7 115-2 — Obesity in old age and disease-specific mortality
Moniek VAN ZUTPHEN (Bilthoven, The Netherlands)
› SB7 115-3 — Can commonly used cut points for obesity be applied to older
Tuesday
CME
Chair: Marjolein VISSER (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
persons?
› SB7 115-4 — Development and consequences of sarcopenic obesity
The war against polypharmacy- Rethinking
and re-evaluation needed for each and every
drug in the elderly SB7 116
CME
Room 242 A
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Doron GARFINKEL (Pardes-Hana, Israel), Dee MANGIN (Christchurch, New Zealand)
› SB7 116-1 — National care of the dying audit hospitals England (NCDAH) – Lessons for prescribing
John ELLERSHAW (Liverpool, UK)
Christiaens THIERRY (Gent, Belgium)
Doron GARFINKEL (Pardes-Hana, Israel)
› SB7 116-2 — Cardiovascular risk management: does evidence based
medicine make polypharmacy unavoidable?
› SB7 116-3 — The manner of our dying: prevention and polypharmacy
Dee MANGIN (Christchurch, New Zealand)
› SB7 116-4 — The war against polypharmacy- Rethinking and re-evalution
needed for each and every drug in the elderly
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Tuesday 7
SD7 117
Symposia
Academic careers in geriatrics: an
international comparison about demands
and success Room 242 B
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Mustafa Cankurtaran (Istanbul, Turkey),
Cornel Sieber (Nuremberg, Germany)
› SD7 117-1 — Academic careers in geriatrics: situation in northern Europe
Cornel SIEBER (Nürnberg, Germany)
› SD7 117-2 — Academic careers in geriatrics: situation in southern Europe
Sebastien WEILL-ENGERER (Paris, France)
› SD7 117-3 — Academic careers in geriatrics: situation in eastern Europe
Pierre-Olivier LANG (Geneva, Switzerland)
› SD7 117-4 — Academic careers in geriatrics: situation in middle east Asia
Mustafa CANKURTARAN (Istanbul, Turkey)
SB7 118
Tuesday
CME
How to assess and modify the falling risk
among older adults ? Room 251
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Athanase BÉNÉTOS (Nancy, France)
› SB7 118-1 — Why do falls occur in older adults?
George C. SPATHARAKIS (Itea, Greece)
› SB7 118-2 — Clinical assessment of risk of falls
Severine BUATOIS (Nancy, France)
› SB7 118-3 — Spatio-temporal gait analysis: new technologies for
assessment of dynamic balance, gait disorders and falling risk
Reto KRESSIG (Basel, Switzerland)
› SB7 118-4 — Influence of rehabilitation and physical activities in preventing
falls
SB7 119
Nutritional evidence for slowing down
ageing pathologies Room 252 AB
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Lisette DE GROOT (Wageningen, the Netherlands),
Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
› SB7 119-1 — Nutrition and osteoporosis
Natasja M. VAN SCHOOR (Wageningen, The Netherlands)
› SB7 119-2 — Nutrition and sarcopenia
Patrick RITZ (Toulouse, France)
› SB7 119-3 — Nutrition and cognition
Martha Claire MORRIS (Chicago, USA)
› SB7 119-4 — Nutrition and the anorexia of ageing
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John MORLEY (St Louis, USA)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Tuesday 7
Functional neuroimaging contributions to
the study of cognition in healthy aging and
neurodegenerative diseases SB7 120
Room Maillot
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Oury MONCHI (Montréal, Canada)
› SB7 120-1 — The contribution of positron emission tomography to the study
of aging and dementia
Stefano CAPPA (Milano, Italy)
Yves JOANETTE (Durham, Canada)
Oury MONCHI (Durham, Canada)
Antonio P. STRAFELLA (Toronto, Canada)
› SB7 120-2 — Neurofunctional reorganization in aging: a special case for
language?
› SB7 120-3 — Neuroimaging studies of cognitive deficits in Parkinson’s
disease
› SB7 120-4 — Fronto-striatal functional abnormalities in Parkinson’s
disease
Amphi Bordeaux
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: John BOND (Newcastle, UK)
› SD7 121-1 — Broadening the discussion around dementia: the shift from
Tuesday
Reconceptualizing the experience of living
with dementia: from passive recipient to
active citizen SD7 121
personhood to citizenship
Deborah O’CONNOR (Vancouver, Canada)
Ruth BARTLETT (Bradford, UK)
Tula BRANNELY (Auckland, New Zealand)
› SD7 121-2 — A concept analysis of citizenship in relation to older people
with dementia
› SD7 121-3 — An ethic of care: analyzing citizenship in practice
Ageing and sexuality – The possibilities
for care SD7 122
Room 342 A
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Andrew KING (London, UK)
› SD7 122-1 — Community care? Sexuality, social networks and care in later life
Ann CRONIN (Guildford, UK)
› SD7 122-2 — A queer kind of care
Andrew KING (London, UK)
› SD7 122-3 — From margin to mainstream: challenges in considering the
views of all older people in the evaluation of the national service framework
for older people in England
Jill MANTHORPE (London, UK)
Elizabeth PRICE (Hull, UK)
› SD7 122-4 — Gay and lesbian carers
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Tuesday 7
SA7 123
Symposia
Room 342 B
Molecular mechanisms of brain aging and
14.00 › 15.30
age-related neurodegeneration: genetics,
signaling, cytoskeletal abnormality, and protein toxicity Chairs: Nozomu MORI (Nagasaki, Japan),
Yong-Sun KIM (Chuncheon, Republic of Korea)
› SA7 123-1 — Neuroprotective signaling in brain aging
Eun-Kyoung CHOI (Republic of Korea)
› SA7 123-2 — Tubulin deacetylases in neuronal aging in vitro and in vivo
Nozomu MORI (Nagasaki, Japan)
› SA7 123-3 — Huntington disease: huntingtin and the control of axonal
transport
Frederic SAUDOU (Paris, France)
Yong-Sun KIM (Chuncheon, Republic of Korea)
› SA7 123-4 — Molecular etiologies underlying prion disease in drosophila
model
Tuesday
SC7 124
Older persons in disasters Chair: Sheung-Tak CHENG (Hong Kong, China)
Room 343
14.00 › 15.30
› SC7 124-1 — Older people and natural disasters: an international
perspective
Patricia BROWNELL (New York, USA)
Sheung-Tak CHENG (Hong Kong, China)
Li-Xin CHEN (Beijing, China)
› SC7 124-2 — Older people and natural disasters: a focus on developing
countries
› SC7 124-3 — Mental health status of the elderly in Sichuan earthquake area
Buxin HAN (Beijing, China)
› SC7 124-4 — The psychological consequences of earthquake: a focus on
older people
SB7 125
Anti-ageing medicine: a reality or
fiction? Amphi Havane
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Vladimir KHAVINSON (St Petersburg, Russia),
Robert MOULIAS (Paris, France)
› SB7 125-1 — Results of a study of the Swiss centre for technology
assessment
Astrid STUCKELBERGER (Geneva, Switzerland)
Domenico CUCINOTTA (Bologna, Italy)
› SB7 125-2 — Anti-ageing medicine and technological developments
Jean-Pierre BAEYENS (Brussels, Belgium)
› SB7 125-3 — The two roads of positioning anti-ageing
Hans joachim VON KONDRATOVITZ (Berlin, Germany)
› SB7 125-4 — Anti-ageing medicine to fighting frailty
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Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
How to optimize drug therapy in older
patients? SB7 126
CME
Tuesday 7
Room 351
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Jean-Pierre MICHEL (Thonex, Switzerland), Neil WENGER (Los Angeles, USA)
› SB7 126-1 — Medication safety for older patients: a typology of adverse
events causes
René AMALBERTI (Saint-Denis, France)
Joel BELMIN (Paris, France)
Anne SPINEWINE (Leuven, Belgium)
› SB7 126-2 — Measuring the quality of pharmacologic care for elders
Neil WENGER (Los Angeles, USA)
› SB7 126-3 — Optimizing drug therapy for old adults with impaired renal
function
› SB7 126-4 — Collaborative care to optimize drug therapy in the elderly
Multimorbidity: the syndrome of the aging
population SB7 127
CME
Room 352 AB
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Mårten LAGERGREN (Stockholm, Sweden),
Laura FRATIGLIONI (Stockholm, Sweden)
Tuesday
› SB7 127-1 — Occurrence and patterns of multimorbidity
Alessandra MARENGONI (Stockholm, Sweden)
› SB7 127-2 — The biological basis of frailty in the elderly person
Luigi FERRUCCI (Baltimore, USA)
› SB7 127-3 — Functional limitations in subjects with multimorbidity
Jack GURALNIK (Bethesda, USA)
› SB7 127-4 — Care strategies for persons with multimorbidity
Mats THORSLUND (Stockholm, Sweden)
› SB7 127-5 — Changes in multimorbidity status by gender and age from 60-100:
a preliminary report from the Swedish national study on aging and care (SNAC)
Sara ANGLEMAN (Stockholm, Sweden)
Reconciling employment and family care in
European welfare states SD7 128
Room 353
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: António M. FONSECA (Porto, Portugal)
› SD7 128-1 — Problems of employment and care for older people in Hungary
Zsuzsa SZÉMAN (Budapest, Hungary)
› SD7 128-2 — Approaches to finding the best way between the dilemma:
continue work or take care of elderly parent? The case of Poland and Lithuania
Jolanta PEREK-BIALAS (Warsaw, Poland) & Sarmite MIKULIONIENE (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Hanneli DOHNER (Hamburg, Germany)
António M. FONSECA (Porto, Portugal)
› SD7 128-3 — Problems to combine care with paid work and the reaction given
by the German LTCI reform
› SD7 128-4 — Addressing social and psychological aspects of reconciling
employment and family care in Portugal
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Tuesday 7
SB7 129
Symposia
The California fall prevention center of
excellence: a model with international
applications Amphi Bleu
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Laurence RUBENSTEIN (Los Angeles, USA), Jon PYNOOS (Los Angeles, USA)
› SB7 129-1 — The California fall prevention center of excellence: history and vision
Jon PYNOOS (Los Angeles, USA)
› SB7 129-2 — Key educational programs and products
Debra ROSE (Fullerton, USA)
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SB7 129-3 — Regional and statewide coalitions and networking
› SB7 129-4 — The instep model programs: evaluation and cost-effectiveness
Laurence RUBENSTEIN (Los Angeles, USA)
SB7 130
Vision and hearing impairment in the elderly – Room 241
15.45 › 17.15
Implications for health, function and social life Chair: Else VENGNES GRUE (Oslo, Norway)
Tuesday
› SB7 130-1 — Recent loss of vision – A hazard with impact on social life, a
cross-national study of homecare clients in 12 countries
Else VENGNES GRUE (Oslo, Norway)
Helle K. FALKENBERG (Kongsberg, Norway)
Else VENGNES GRUE (Oslo, Norway)
› SB7 130-2 — Vision and hearing loss in Norwegian nursing home residents –
Do we provide appropriate care?
› SB7 130-3 — Hearing loss in the elderly – How are they affected?
Jorunn SOLHEIM (Oslo, Norway)
› SB7 130-4 — Severe combined vision and hearing impairment in older people
Else Marie SVINGEN (Oslo, Norway)
› SB7 130-5 — Sensory impairment in hip-fracture patients 65+ year and
effects of hearing/vision interventions on fall frequency
SB7 131
Support to develop geriatric medicine in
countries without accepted specialty Room 242 A
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Helgi KOLK (Tartu, Estonia), Alain FRANCO (Grenoble, France)
› SB7 131-1 — Definition of the geriatric patient - Development and
consensus (SGM UEMS)
Ian HASTIE (London, UK)
Luettje DIETER (Osnabrueck, Germany)
Sieber CORNEL (Nürnberg, Germany)
› SB7 131-2 — Quality aspects and consensus recommendation for trainig
(undergrad./postgrad.), training facilities and trainers
› SB7 131-3 — Supranational examination in geriatric medicine
Thomas FRÜHWALD (Wien, Austria)
› SB7 131-4 — From EAMA to ALMA, train and teach the (future) trainer and teachers
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Other session
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Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Oral health in frail geriatric patients SB7 132
Chairs: Jean-Pierre MICHEL (Geneva, Switzerland),
Serge FERRARI (Geneva, Switzerland)
Tuesday 7
Room 242 B
15.45 › 17.15
› SB7 132-1 — The burden of dental neglect as a consequence of frailty
Ross BRYANT (Vancouver, Canada)
› SB7 132-2 — How to provide access to dental care for the institutionalised
population – Barriers and solutions
Ina NITSCHKE (Zurich, Switzerland)
Mario BRONDANI (Vancouver, Canada)
Frauke MÜLLER (Geneva, Switzerland)
› SB7 132-3 — Community service learning in long-term care facilities:
dental students
› SB7 132-4 — Tooth loss, dental prostheses and nutrition in the elderly
population
Room 251
Skeletal muscle power and aging: biological
15.45 › 17.15
determinants and functional implications SB7 133
contraction from the motor unit, muscle cell to the motor protein level
Lars LARSSON (Uppsala, Sweden)
Sarianna SIPILA (Jyvaskyla, Finland)
Roger FIELDING (Boston, USA)
› SB7 133-2 —Origins of muscle weakness in old age
Marco NARICI (Manchester, UK)
› SB7 133-3 —Hormone replacement therapy and skeletal muscle power in
Tuesday
Chair: Roger FIELDING (Boston, USA)
› SB7 133-1 — Mechanisms underlying the aging-related slowing of muscle
post-menopausal women
› SB7 133-4 —Interventions that improve lower extremity muscle power in
elderly humans
Respiratory tract infections in the elderly:
challenges in 2009 SB7 134
CME
Room 252 AB
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Gaëtan GAVAZZI (Grenoble, France), Marc PACCALIN (Poitiers, France)
› SB7 134-1 — The burden of RTI in the elderly: challenges in diagnosis
Gaëtan GAVAZZI (Grenoble, France)
› SB7 134-2 — Challenges in antibiotics resistance for RTI
Karl WEISS (Montréal, Canada)
› SB7 134-3 — Preventing RTI in the elderly: current challenges
Mark LOEB (Hamilton, Canada)
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Tuesday 7
SB7 135
CME
Symposia
Falls in the elderly: recent findings and
ongoing research on detection of « at-risk »
elderly populations Room Maillot
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Mary TINETTI (New Haven, USA)
› SB7 135-1 — Overview of risk factors for falls
Mary TINETTI (New Haven, USA)
› SB7 135-2 — A meta-analysis-based study on risk factors for falls in an
elderly population
Frederic BLOCH (Paris, France)
Anne-Sophie RIGAUD (Paris, France)
› SB7 135-3 — Case-by-case assessment method to detect risk factors of falls
Gilles KEMOUN (Poitiers, France)
› SB7 135-4 — Review of new methods for early detection and secondary
prevention of falls in the elderly population
Tuesday
SD7 136
Amphi Bordeaux
Senior citizenship: from myth to reality.
Challenges and cross-national perspectives 15.45 › 17.15
on senior citizens participation to decision making Chair: Anne-Marie GUILLEMARD (Paris, France)
› SD7 136-1 — What does senior citizenship means?
Jean-François BICKEL (Fribourg, Switzerland)
› SD7 136-2 — Grey power: myth and reality
Jean-Philippe VIRIOT DURANDAL (Strasbourg, France)
› SD7 136-3 — Collective and international actions for and by the senior citizens
Guy BEDARD (Burkina Faso)
› SD7 136-4 — From social exclusion to inclusion. challenges for policies,
practices and research on aging
Michèle CHARPENTIER (Montréal, Canada)
SB7 137
CME
Anemia in the elderly:emerging concepts
in occurrence, cause and treatment Room 342 A
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: William ERSHLER (Baltimore, USA)
› SB7 137-1 — Anemia in US older adults: prevalence, causes and trends
Jack GURALNIK (Baltimore, USA)
› SB7 137-2 — Red cell distribution width as a novel predictor of mortality
Kushang PATEL (Baltimore, USA)
› SB7 137-3 — Age associated mild pro-inflammatory state and anemia
Luigi FERRUCCI (Baltimore, USA)
› SB7 137-4 — Defining myelodysplasia in unexplained anemia
Andrew ARTZ (Chicago, USA)
› SB7 137-5 — Anemia in the elderly: treatment considerations
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William ERSHLER (Baltimore, USA)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
New look at filial piety in east Asia:
changing family support for the elderly SC7 138
Tuesday 7
Room 342 B
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Kyu-taik SUNG (Seoul, South Korea)
› SC7 138-1 — New look at family support in China: changing way of
practicing filial piety
Peng DU (Beijing, China)
Nelson CHOW (Hong Kong, China)
Wataru KOYANO (Ageo City, Japan)
Kyu-Taik SUNG (Michigan, USA)
› SC7 138-2 — New look at family support for the elderly in greater Chinese
communities in east Asia
› SC7 138-3 — New look at family relations of seniors in Japan: changing
practice of filial piety
› SC7 138-4 — New look at filial piety in South Korea: changing way of
treating the elderly
Chair: Virpi TIJMONEN (Dublin, Ireland)
› SD7 139-1 — Migrant workers providing long term care to older persons:
Canadian policy and experience
Gloria GUTMAN (Vancouver, Canada)
Esther IECOVICH (Beer Sheva, Israel)
Sandra TORRES (Norrköping, Sweden)
Tuesday
Room 343
Migrant long-term care work as a rising
15.45 › 17.15
challenge for elder care research, policy
and practice (II): international developments SD7 139
› SD7 139-2 — Migrant live-in homecare workers in Israel: findings from a
recent study
› SD7 139-3 — Migrant care workers in Singapore - The asian experience
Kalyani MEHTA (Singapore, Singapore)
› SD7 139-4 — Cross-cultural encounters in Swedish elderly care: the
challenges that migrant care workers pose to gerontological practice
Global issues in social inclusion of
older adults SC7 140
Amphi Havane
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Norah KEATING (Edmonton, Canada), Scharf THOMAS (Staffordshire, UK)
› SC7 140-1 — Demographic perspectives on social exclusion
Adele HAYUTIN (Stanford, USA)
› SC7 140-2 — Globalisation and ageing: new patterns of social inclusion and
exclusion
Chris PHILLIPSON (Staffordshire, UK)
Isabella ABODERIN (Oxford, UK)
Kevin CHENG (Hong Kong, China)
› SC7 140-3 — Later-life inequalities in access to basic health care:
perspectives from sub-saharan Africa
› SC7 140-4 — Social inclusion/exclusion: an Asia-Pacific perspective
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Tuesday 7
SC7 141
Symposia
Managing senior mobility across the
western continents Room 351
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Anne DICKERSON (Greenville, USA)
› SC7 141-1 — Using safe system principles to enhance older driver safety
and mobility
Jim LANGFORD (Clayton, Australia)
Michelle PORTER (Winnipeg, Canada)
Lisa MOLNAR (Ann Arbor, USA)
Anne DICKERSON (Greenville, USA)
› SC7 141-2 — Technology for assessing older drivers and assisting them to
drive safely
› SC7 141-3 — Using instrumented vehicle technology to monitor the driving
performance of older adults
› SC7 141-4 — Implementation of safety programs for older drivers
Tuesday
SB7 142
Interest for measuring blood pressure and
arterial stiffness for the evaluation of
cardiovascular risk in institutionalized
elderly people over 80 Room 352 AB
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Athanase BÉNÉTOS (Nancy, France)
› SB7 142-1 — Systolic hypertension and its determinants in the elderly
Michel SAFAR (Paris, France)
› SB7 142-2 — Relationships between blood pressure and arterial stiffness in
institutionalized elderly people over 80: results of the partage multicentric study
Athanase BÉNÉTOS (Nancy, France)
Angelo SCUTERI (Roma, Italy)
Ulrich VISCHER (Thonex, Switzerland)
› SB7 142-3 — Arterial function in the very elderly: why a geriatrician should
care of?
› SB7 142-4 — Blood pressure control and quality of life in the very elderly
SD7 143
Social class and age relations in later life Chairs: Marvin FORMOSA (Msida, Malta), Paul HIGGS (London, UK)
Room 353
15.45 › 17.15
› SD7 143-1 — Theorising social class in later life: power, identity and lifestyle
Paul HIGGS (London, UK) & Marvin FORMOSA (Msida, Malta)
› SD7 143-2 — Social class, social capital and diversity in later life: a
secondary analysis of the British regional heart study (1978-2003) using
multiple correspondence analysis
Ian Rees JONES (Gwynedd, UK)
James NAZROO (Manchester, UK) › SD7 143-3 — An intersectional approach to class in old age
Toni CALASANTI & Neal KING (Blacksburg, USA)
› SD7 143-4 — Class, identity and stratification in later life: what can a focus
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Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
For a new diagnostic approach of
Alzheimer’s disease SB7 144
CME
Tuesday 7
Amphi Bleu
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: Bruno DUBOIS (Paris, France)
› SB7 144-1 — Neuro-imaging and Alzheimer’s disease
Giovani FRISONI (Brescia, Italy)
› SB7 144-2 — Biomarkers and Alzheimer’s disease
Harald HAMPEL (Munich, Germany)
› SB7 144-3 — New concept and new diagnostic criteria for Alzheimer’s disease
Bruno DUBOIS (Paris, France)
Substitutive hospital at home models around
the world: impact on health and wealth in
old patients SD7 145
Room 241
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: Alain FRANCO (Grenoble, France)
› SD7 145-1 — Hospital at home as a link between the hospital and the
community: the experience of Torino
Nicoletta AIMONINO & Vittoria TIBALDI (Torino, Italy)
Gideon CAPLAN (Sydney, Australia)
Bruce LEFF (Baltimore, USA)
Jochanan STESSMAN & Jeremy JACOBS (Jerusalem, Israël)
› SD7 145-2 — Meta-analysis of hospital in the home (HITH): the effect of
substituting care at home for care in hospital
› SD7 145-3 — Special challenges in disseminating hospital at home in the US
Tuesday
healthcare system: lessons for the field
› SD7 145-4 — Home hospitalization in Jerusalem: 18 years of cost effective care
Why palliative care needs geriatrics SB7 146
Chairs: Giovanni GAMBASSI (Rome, Italy),
Jean-Pierre MICHEL (Geneva, Switzerland)
Room 242 A
17.30 › 19.00
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SB7 146-1 — Palliative care and geriatrics: planning for the future
› SB7 146-2 — Palliative medicine in geriatrics, not only cancer
Chiara CATANANTI (Rome, Italy)
› SB7 146-3 — Palliative care and terminal stage dementia
Miel RIBBE (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SB7 146-4 — WHO guidelines for better practice
Agis TSOUROS (Copenhagen, Denmark)
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SB7 147
Symposia
Canadian Geriatrics Society symposium
Developing and assessing geriatrics
curriculum – Training to meet the needs
of an aging society Room 242 B
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: Chris FRANK (Kingston, Canada)
› SB7 147-1 — How much geriatrics are Canadian medical trainees taught?
Janet GORDON (Halifax, Canada)
› SB7 147-2 — Family medicine care of the elderly training: developing
curricula for a variety of roles
Christopher FRANK (Kingston, Canada)
Janet KUSHNER KOW (Vancouver, Canada)
› SB7 147-3 — Web based instruments for evaluation of geriatrics curricula
John KIRK (Montréal, Canada)
› SB7 147-4 — Standardized assessments of clinical evaluation report
(stacers) for summative evaluation in geriatric medicine fellowship
Tuesday
SB7 148
Outcome assessments among geriatric
patients in intensive care medicine Room 251
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Cornel SIEBER (Nurnberg, Germany), Niccolo MARCHIONNI (Florence, Italy)
› SB7 148-1 — Hospital mortality and intensity of care of elderly patients in ICU
Dominique SOMME (Paris, France)
› SB7 148-2 — Prognostic factors for severe infections in geriatric patients
Hans Juergen HEPPNER (Nurnberg, Germany)
› SB7 148-3 — Prognostic factors for cardio-pulmonary resuscitation in
geriatric patients
Katrin SCHMITT (Nurnberg, Germany)
Niccolo MARCHIONNI (Florence, Italy)
› SB7 148-4 — Prognostic factors for geriatric patients in ICU with acute
myocardial infarction
SD7 149
Informal caregiving : from observation to
action Room 252 AB
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: Marie-Aline BLOCH (Paris, France)
› SD7 149-1 — Informal caregiving: a conceptual framework
Alain GRAND (Toulouse, France)
› SD7 149-2 — Changes in informal care over four year for elderly persons
with Alzheimer’s disease
Sandrine ANDRIEU (Toulouse, France)
Steven ZARIT (Pennsylvania, USA)
Mary MITTELMAN (New York, USA)
› SD7 149-3 — Process and outcomes for caregivers: new multidimensional
measurement approaches
› SD7 149-4 — Caregiver intervention research: past results and future
directions
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Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Interdisciplinarity in gerontology and
geriatrics : society, culture and epistemology
reshaping links between disciplines SD7 150
Tuesday 7
Room Maillot
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: Marie BEAULIEU (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SD7 150-1 — An historical perspective on interdisciplinary: muslims,
christians and jews in XV century in Granada
Miguel OROZCO (Granada, Spain)
› SD7 150-2 — An interprofessionnal or an interdisciplinary problem?
Distinctions to develop an analytical scheme of interdisciplinarity based on
the case of a long-term care hospital
Yves COUTURIER (Sherbrooke, Canada)
José Fernando GOMEZ (Manizales, Colombia)
› SD7 150-3 — Interdisciplinary teams in Latino America: proposals and
functioning
Building the health care workforce to serve
an aging America SD7 151
Amphi Bordeaux
17.30 › 19.00
› SD7 151-1 — The future geriatric workforce: the challenge to physicians to
prepare for an aging America
John ROWE (New York, USA)
Terry FULMER (New York, USA)
Carol RAPHAEL (New York, USA)
Patricia VOLLAND (New York, USA)
› SD7 151-2 — The critical need for building capacity in the field of geriatric
Tuesday
Chair: Alexandre KALACHE (New York, USA)
nursing
› SD7 151-3 — Retooling for an aging America: the response from social work
and family caregivers
› SD7 151-4 — Tomorrow
Essential trace element (Zn, Cr, Se)
deficiencies in elderly: which policy of
supplementation?
SA7 152
Room 342 A
17.30 › 19.00
Symposium organised by SFERETE (French society for trace element
research) and TEU (trace element institute for Unesco/Lyon) Chairs: Monique FERRY (Valence, France), Guy CHAZOT (Lyon, France)
› SA7 152-1 — Selenium as an anti ageing nutrient
Margaret RAYMAN (Guilford, UK)
› SA7 152-2 — Chromium and aging
Richard ANDERSON (Belstville, USA)
› SA7 152-3 — Zinc supplementation in elderly people: benefits and limits
Anne-Marie ROUSSEL (La Tronche, France)
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SAT: Satellite industry session
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Tuesday 7
SA7 153
Symposia
Room 342 B
Implication of butyrylcholinesterase in
dementia: preclinical and clinical evidences 17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Thierry DANTOINE (Limoges, France), Roger BULLOCK (Swindon, UK)
› SA7 153-1 — Update on butyrylcholinesterase enzymological properties and
on reversible selective butyrylcholinesterase inhibitors in preclinical studies
Nigel GREIG (Baltimore, USA)
Roger BULLOCK (Swindon, UK)
Gustavo ARBO (Asuncion, Paraguay)
› SA7 153-2 — Last datas from clinical studies of butyrylcholinesterase
implication in Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline
› SA7 153-3 — Butyrylcholinesterase in Parkinson’s and lewy body diseases
and in subcortical symptoms of dementias
SD7 154
Socioeconomic inequalities in health in
older people Room 343
17.30 › 19.00
Chair: Hans BOSMA (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
› SD7 154-1 — Wealth and disability in 11 European countries: results from
Tuesday
the share study
Farizah MOHD HAIRI (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
› SD7 154-2 — Do childhood and adult socioeconomic circumstances explain
the within and between country differences in the birth cohort effects on
cognitive functioning in older adults in central and eastern Europe? Results
from the HAPIEE study
Martin BOBAK (London, UK)
Danielle GROFFEN (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
Morten WAHRENDORF (Dusseldorf, Germany)
› SD7 154-3 — Personality and health as predictors of income decrease in old age:
indirect and direct selection as explanation of socio-economic health differences?
› SD7 154-4 — Health inequalities in early old age: the role of participation in
socially productive activities
SC7 155
Psychosocial predictors of later life
disparities Amphi Havane
17.30 › 19.00
Chairs: Toni ANTONUCCI (Michigan, USA), Lisa BERKMAN (Cambridge, USA)
› SC7 155-1 — Ethnic differences in early life experiences and depressive
symptoms across the life course
Cleopatra CALDWELL (Ann Arbor, USA)
Kira BIRDITT (Ann Arbor, USA)
Hiroko AKIYAMA (Tokyo, Japan)
Clemens TESCH-ROEMER (Berlin, Germany)
› SC7 155-2 — Keeping quiet or fighting it out: a longitudinal study of marital
conflict and well-being
› SC7 155-3 — The implications of reciprocity for depressive symptoms: a
longitudinal study of social relationships in Japan and the US
› SC7 155-4 — Psychological resources and the link between social inequality
and health in adulthood and old age – Findings from the German ageing survey
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Supportive technologies in later life SC7 156
Chairs: Frank OSWALD (Heidelberg, Germany),
Hans-Werner WAHL (Heidelberg, Germany)
Tuesday 7
Room 351
17.30 › 19.00
› SC7 156-1 — Older adults and the use of e-health information
Sara CZAJA (Miami, USA)
› SC7 156-2 — Analyzing outdoor mobility of community dwelling elders
with cognitive impairment by means of tracking technologies in Israel and
Germany: data from the project SENTRA
Frank OSWALD (Heidelberg, Germany)
Andrew SIXSMITH (Vancouver, Canada)
Katrin CLASSEN (Heidelberg, Germany)
Rick J. SCHEIDT (Manhattan, USA)
› SC7 156-3 — Using technology to manage people with chronic illnesses:
results of the SAPHE project
› SC7 156-4 — Evaluation of new technologies by residents and staff in the
institutional context: data from the project BETAGT
› SC7 156-5 — Discussion
Chairs: Robert MOULIAS (Paris, France),
Norah KEATING (Edmonton, Canada)
Room 352 AB
17.30 › 19.00
› SD7 157-1 — The ethical need for a semantic consensus on a good use of
Tuesday
Ethical issues with advancing age SD7 157
the good words in gerontology
Robert MOULIAS (Paris, France)
Norah KEATING (Edmonton, Canada)
Astrid STUCKELBERGER (Geneva, Switzerland)
› SD7 157-2 — Intergenerationnal rights and duties : the missing link for
social cohesion
› SD7 157-3 — The right to remain an active member of the society
Rosita KORNFELD (Santiago do Chile, Chile)
› SD7 157-4 — Ageism and age discrimination : neglect in ethics research,
practice and policy
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Tuesday 7
SD7 158
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Room 353
Addressing the challenges of population
17.30 › 19.00
ageing through capacity building and training Chair: Joseph TROISI (Msida, Malta)
SD7 158-1 — Ageing in sub-saharan Africa: major challenges for capacity
building and training
SD7 158-2 — Gerontology and geriatrics education and training in the global
context: the need for standards and guidelines
Gloria GUTMAN (Vancouver, Canada)
SD7 158-3 — Training in the field of ageing in latin America and the
Caribbean : some good practices
Pedro Paolo MARIN (Santiago, Chile)
SD7 158-4 — Implementing the Madrid international plan of action on aging
through capacity building and manpower training
Joseph TROISI (Msida, Malta)
Tuesday
Symposia
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
› Wednesday 8 July
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Other session
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
CME
Wednesday
Scientific Programme
Continuing medical education
Translation English/French provided
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09.45 ›
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
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Synopsis
Amphi Bleu
Level 2
Room 241
Level 2
Room 242 A
Level 2
Room 242 B
Level 2
OB8 159
OB8 160
OC8 161
OB8 162
Dementia
p 130
Cognitive decline Ethics / Nursing /
Psychogeriatrics
p 130
Health sciences
p 131
p 131
Keynote Lecture
Alzheimer’s disease
neuroimaging
initiative (ADNI):
progress report
p 138
SB8 175
SB8 176
SB8 177
CME
European
E-services for a Vitamin D in the
Alzheimer
dietary approach pathophysiology
Disease
in ageing process and treatment
Consortium
and elderly
of the frailty
(EADC) initiative
malnutrition
syndrome
p 139
p 139
SB8 178
Geriatric
competencies
for medical
students
p 139
p 140
Satellite industry session
Eisai - Pfizer
Alzheimer’s disease
isn’t waiting: debunking the myths
around treatment
p 145
SD8 191
SB8 192
Alzheimer’s disease Gerontechnology
and related disorfor optimal
ders: cross national
health in a
comparison of
multidisciplinary
strategic action
context
p 147
SC8 207
CME
SB8 193
SB8 194
Cachexia: a
new geriatric
syndrome?
Physical functional performance
in older adults in
Italy, Switzerland,
and the USA
p 147
SB8 208
p 147
SB8 209
p 148
SB8 210
The predictive
Ethnogeriatrics - DiffeFostering the
value of
Optimal
participation of rence in screening for
memory tests in pharmacotherapy
gastrointestinal cancer
subjects in
« questionable » in older persons older
in elderly between
clinical trials
dementia
orientals and westerns
p 153
p 153
SB8 223
SB8 224
PAQUID: already
twenty years !
State of the art
and research
agenda for
malnutrition in
the elderly
p 159
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
CME
p 159
p 153
p 154
SC8 225
SB8 226
Teaching gerontology across
borders: the great plains interactive
distance education alliance (great
plains IDEA) and the European
master’s in gerontology (EUMAG)
Emergency
medicine in the
elderly: how to
improve
management?
p 159
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
CME
p 160
Wednesday 8
Synopsis
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
Room 243
Level 2
Room 251
Level 2
Room 252 AB
Level 2
OC8 163
OC8 164
OB8 165
Cancer advances in
Psychological
Psychological
aspects of ageing aspects of ageing geriatrics / End of life
p 132
p 132
p 133
Room Maillot
Level 2
OD8 166
Family and care
giving
p 133
10.30 ›
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
SC8 180
Determinants and
consequences of
fear of falling from
cross-national
perspective
p 140
19.00 ›
S: Symposium
CME
Imaging
dementia in
elderly
p 141
p 141
SB8 182
CME
European diabetes working
party for older people
(EDWPOP)- Presentation of
revised clinical guidelines
for type 2 diabetes
p 141
Satellite industry session
SC8 196
SB8 197
Ageing in place:
options for older
people in
developed
countries
Taking a « biopsychosocial »
view of cognitive
aging
The central
control of
mobility in older
adults
SD8 211
SB8 212
p 148
SD8 195
Digital aging
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
SB8 181
p 154
p 148
CME
p 145
SC8 198
Experiences of old
age in developing
world slums:
evidence and
future agendas
p 149
SC8 214
The aging eye – Depression as a comorbi- Predictors of lonEpidemiology,
dity with chronic illness: gevity: 20 years
quality of life and longitudinal research
of data from the
ultra-centenarian from the developed and Georgia Centenavision
developing world
rian study
p 154
SB8 228
Elder abuse: a
multi-country
comparative study of social policy
and practice
Geriatric co-management of proximal femur
fractures: a total quality
management approach
for frail older adults
W: Workshop
p 149
SB8 213
SD8 227
p 160
CME
Janssen-Cilag
Circadian rhythm
modification: what
impacts on patients with
Alzheimer’s disease?
Wednesday
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
SD8 179
Role of primary
care physicians
and integrated
care for the
elderly
O: Oral communications session
CME
p 160
p 155
p 155
SC8 229
SD8 230
Home care to
older adults:
challenges and
promise
Psychosocial
interventions in
dementia care:
effectiveness and
implementation
p 161
SAT: Satellite industry session
p 161
127
Wednesday 8
Synopsis
Amphi Bordeaux
Level 3
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
09.45 ›
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
Wednesday
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
Room 343
Level 3
OB8 167
OD8 168
OB8 169
OD8 170
Abuse and
neglect
Biological sciences /
Gerontechnology
Work and
retirement
SD8 184
SA8 185
SD8 186
Coping with
elastic tissues
ageing
The key role of
the universities
of the third age
in active aging
p 134
p 134
p 135
p 135
Keynote Lecture
The metaphor of
leukocyte telomere
length as a biological
clock in humans
p 138
SB8 183
CME
Hypertension
PRISMA: implementation
in very elderly
and impact of a coordinahypertensive
tion-type integrated service
patients: lessons delivery (ISD) system for
from the HYVET
frail older people
p 142
p 142
p 142
p 143
Satellite industry session
Mundipharma
Challenges in
pain management in the
elderly
p 145
SD8 199
SA8 200
p 149
SD8 215
Long-term
care insurance
comparison
USA-Europe
128
Room 342 B
Level 3
Cardiovascular and
cerebrovascular disease
Forging a global
movement on
age-friendly
cities
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
Room 342 A
Level 3
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
19.00 ›
SD8 202
GH/IGF-1 and Global ageing and the reconciliation
insulin signaling of employment and care for older
in mammals and family members – Do different
its relevance to cultural contexts result in varying
human longevity
reconciliation strategies?
p 150
p 150
SD8 216
SA8 217
Elder abuse: the
needs for theory
Vascular aging,
causes and
consequences
p 155
SA8 231
SD8 201
p 156
SC8 232
CME
p 156
SA8 233
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
p 162
p 151
SD8 218
Emerging trends
of population
aging:
demographic
perspective
p 156
SD8 234
Healthy ageing: poRole of cellular senespulation studies on
Immigration
cence and oxidative
biological, clinical
among older
stress in tissue ageing.
and psychosocial migrants of color A Link-Age sponsored
determinants
symposium
p 161
A cross-cultural examination of informal
and formal systems
of eldercare in India,
Japan and the USA
p 162
Immigration,
emigration
and aging:
multisocietal
perspectives
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
p 163
Wednesday 8
Synopsis
Amphi Havane
Level 3
08.00 ›
09.30 ›
09.45 ›
10.15 ›
10.30 ›
12.00 ›
12.15 ›
13.45 ›
14.00 ›
17.15 ›
17.30 ›
Room 352 AB
Level 3
OB8 171
OD8 172
OB8 173
OB8 174
Frailty
Social policy /
Education
Dementia
Longevity / Intensive
care / Nursing home
SD8 188
SB8 189
SB8 190
Sarcopenia:
definitions, risk
factors and
treatment
Nutrition as a determinant of successful aging:
longitudinal and interdisciplinary perspectives
from the NUAGE study
p 136
S: Symposium
p 137
p 137
Keynote Lecture
The global financial crisis and the
health of older
people
p 138
SB8 187
Nursing best practice
guideline implementation: knowledge
translation for
improved outcomes
Urban aging:
global
perspectives
p 143
p 143
p 144
CME
p 144
Satellite industry session
European School of
Haematology (ESH)
Anaemia in the
older person: a
silent epidemic
p 146
SC8 203
SD8 204
SB8 205
Pain in older people with dementia,
new approaches
in a progressing
research area
Ambient
assisted living
and quality of
life in elderly
Healthy ageing
and preventable
infectious
diseases
vaccines
Different pathways for
a common purpose:
teaching geriatric
medicine for undergraduates students
SD8 219
SC8 220
SB8 221
SC8 222
CME
p 151
p 151
CME
p 152
CME
SB8 206
p 152
Sleep, health and
The prevention
New assessment
Climate change, aging: addressing
of
iatrogenic
tools for researemergency
the
special
needs
disease
when
chers
and clinicians:
preparedness of a growing geria- prescribing drugs international
data
and older people
tric population
and procedures
and perspectives
p 157
SD8 235
W: Workshop
p 157
Busse Research Award
Silver Workers
Institute session
19.00 ›
p 136
Room 353
Level 3
Wednesday
15.30 ›
15.45 ›
Room 351
Level 3
2 Lectures
p 163
O: Oral communications session
p 158
p 157
SB8 236
p 158
SB8 237
The international
Nation wide
database inquiry on implementation
frailty (FRDATA): a of evidence based
common approach to fall prevention
a complex problem
programmes
p 164
SAT: Satellite industry session
p 164
129
Wednesday 8
OB8 159
› 8:00
› 8:15
Oral communications
Dementia
Chair: Cédric ANNWEILER (Angers, France)
Amphi Bleu
8.00 › 9.30
OB8 159-1 — Postural instability is associated with brain atrophy and
cognitive impairment in elderly: the J-SHIPP study
T. KIDO*, Y. TABARA, M. IGASE, N. OTI, E. UETANI, T. NAGAI, M. YAMAMOTO, K. TAGUCHI, K. KOHARA, T. MIKI (Toon-city, Japan)
OB8 159-2 — APOEe4 allele frequency in 421cases of AAMI, 307 MCI, 265 dementia with controls
P. LU*, Y. MA, Z. WANG, Y. ZHU (Shanghai, China)
J. SCHROEDER*, H. JILG, C. SATTLER (Heidelberg, Germany)
› 8:30 OB8 159-3 — Physical activity as a protective factor in a prospective ageing
study in Germany
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
Wednesday
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OB8 159-5 — Association between low serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D
concentrations and explicit memory impairment in EPIDOS cohort
C. ANNWEILER*, A. SCHOTT, G. ALLALI, S. ANDRIEU, G. BERRUT, S. BRIDENBAUGH,
R. KRESSIG, F. HERRMANN, O. BEAUCHET (Angers, France)
OB8 159-6 — 3-country study: effects of counselling caregivers of spouses
with Alzheimer’s disease taking donepezil on depression in caregivers and
nursing home admission in patients
H. BRODATY*, M. MITTELMAN, A. BURNS (Coogee, Australia)
OB8 160
OB8 159-4 — Embodied selfhood and clinical decision-making in dementia care
P. KONTOS*, G. NAGLIE (Toronto, Canada)
Cognitive decline
Chair: Alexandra FIOCCO (San Francisco, USA)
Room 241
8.00 › 9.30
OB8 160-1 — Comprehensive predictors of maintaining cognitive function in
older adults: the health ABC study
A. FIOCCO*, K. LINDQUIST, E. VITTINGHOFF , E. SIMONSICK, A. NEWMAN, S. SATTERFIELD, C. ROSANO, S. RUBIN, H. AYONAYON, T. HARRIS, K. YAFFE (San Francisco, USA)
OB8 160-2 — Is activation of haemostatic function a risk factor for cognitive
decline in older people?
D. STOTT*, A. RUMLEY, M. ROBERTSON, P. WELSH, N. SATTAR, A. DE CRAEN, R. WESTENDORP, I. FORD, G. LOWE (Glasgow, UK)
OB8 160-3 — Disturbed circadian activity rhythms are associated with
cognitive impairment
G. TRANAH*, T. BLACKWELL, S. ANCOLI-ISRAEL, K. YAFFE, M. PAUDEL, K. ENSRUD,
J. CAULEY, S. REDLINE, T. HILLIER, S. CUMMINGS, K. STONE (San Francisco, USA)
OB8 160-4 — Trail making test predicts incident disability in older persons
R. VAZZANA*, F. LAURETANI, A. CORSI, Y. MILANESCHI, S. BANDINELLI, L. FERRUCCI
(Chieti, Italy)
OB8 160-5 — Promoting healthy ageing with cognitive exercise – The PACE study
M. VIDOVICH*, N. LAUTENSCHLAGER, L. FLICKER, O. ALMEIDA (Perth, Australia)
OB8 160-6 — The cognitive impairment in the general population is related
to both medical and social conditions. The FAENZA project
A. ATTI*, C. FORLANI, A. MARENGONI, K. PALMER, D. DE RONCHI, E. DAL MONTE, L. FRATIGLIONI (Stockholm, Sweden)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Ethics / Nursing / Psychogeriatrics OC8 161
› 8:00
› 8:15
› 8:30
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
Chair: Uwe KLEINEMAS (Bonn, Germany)
A. CARLING ROWLAND*, S. BLACK, L. MCDONALD, A. KAGAN (Toronto, Canada)
OC8 161-2 — Ethical implications of lifespan extension and the deceleration
of human ageing - Individual appraisal, social consequences, ethical
analysis, and normative judgement
U. KLEINEMAS*, G. RUDINGER, U. FEESER-LICHTERFELD (Bonn, Germany)
OC8 161-3 — My profession is bad for my health. empirical evidence of
health risk behaviour and distress among nurses
B. JENULL*, E. BRUNNER, I. SALEM (Klagenfurt, Austria)
OC8 161-4 — A review of new developments in the research on
reminiscence and mental health
E. BOHLMEIJER*, G. WESTERHOF, J. KORTE (Enschede, The Netherlands)
OC8 161-5 — Relationship between frailty and depressive symptoms
P. ST. JOHN*, P. MONTGOMERY, B. AUDREY (Winnipeg, Canada)
OC8 161-6 — Relationship between disability, depression, and informal and
formal support: a longitudinal investigation
N. CHAN*, K. ANSTEY, T. WINDSOR, M. LUSZCZ (Canberra, Australia)
Health sciences
› 8:30
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
Chair: Chris HATHERLY (Acton, Australia)
Room 242 B
8.00 › 9.30
OB8 162-1 — Operational and quality outcomes of a novel mobile acute care
for the elderly (MACE) service
B. KORC*, J. FARBER , Q. DU, S. ALBERT (New York, USA)
OB8 162-2 — Erythropoietin, haemoglobin and renal function in the oldest
old. The Leiden 85-PLUS study
J. WILLEMS*, W. DEN ELZEN, J. GUSSEKLOO, L. VLASVELD, A. DE CRAEN, R. WESTENDORP, G. BLAUW (Leiden, The Netherlands)
OB8 162-3 — Age related macular degeneration: epidemiologic data
established from a French population
Wednesday
› 8:15
Room 242 A
8.00 › 9.30
OC8 161-1 — Increasing accessibility to the consent process for stroke
patients with communication barriers
OB8 162
› 8:00
Wednesday 8
N. LEVEZIEL*, V. LETIEN, M. BINAGHI, G. COSCAS, J. LEJONC, E. PAILLAUD, G. SOUBRANE, E. SOUIED (Créteil, France)
OB8 162-4 — Detecting road hazards: off-road assessment of older drivers’
peripheral visual attention
C. HATHERLY*, K. ANSTEY (Acton, Australia)
OB8 162-5 — Sleep quality and daytime dysfunction in older adults
R. LUFF*, S. VENN, S. ARBER (Guildford, UK)
OB8 162-6 — Mandibular inferior cortex and number of remaining teeth in
elderly
A. YOSHIHARA*, H. MIYAZAKI (Niigata City, Japan)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
OC8 163
› 8:00
› 8:15
› 8:30
› 8:45
Chair: Sheila PEACE (Milton Keynes, UK)
M. MASSE*, P. MEIRE (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)
OC8 163-2 — Immortality beliefs as manifestations of religion’s death
anxiety buffering power among senior British christians
V. HUI*, P. COLEMAN (Southampton, UK)
OC8 163-3 — Wisdom as complex-dialectical thought: relations with
emotional & cognitive functioning in older age
D. MORAITOU*, A. EFKLIDES (Thessaloniki, Greece)
OC8 163-4 — Measuring and explaining attitudes to ageing among
community based adults
S. PEACE*, C. HOLLAND, L. KELLAHER (Milton Keynes, UK)
› 8:00
› 8:15
› 8:30
› 8:45
› 9:00
OC8 163-5 — « Option recognition » in later life: variation in ageing in place
Psychological aspects of ageing Chair: Lynda MATTHEWS (Kensington, Australia)
Room 251
8.00 › 9.30
OC8 164-1 — Leisure-based self-regulation and adaptation and the health
of middle-aged and older adults with arthritis
J. SON*, M. JANKE, L. PAYNE (Champaign, USA)
OC8 164-2 — Loneliness and depression in old age: the challenge to
psychological wellbeing in the silver years of life
S. SAHRAWAT* (New Delhi, India)
OC8 164-3 — Correlates of graceful ageing in senior Australians
L. MATTHEWS*, E. TALOB, D. MATTHEWS, D. SITHARTHAN (Kensington, Australia)
OC8 164-4 — The impact of migration of children on loneliness among older
parents in New Zealand
S. VAN DER PAS*, J. GIERVELD (Hamilton, New Zealand)
OC8 164-5 — The health consequences of evacuating nursing home
residents
N. CASTLE* (Pittsburgh, USA)
R. MCKEEVER*, L. CARRAGHER, D. GETTY, R. BOND (Dundalk, Ireland)
› 9:15
Room 243
8.00 › 9.30
OC8 163-1 — Facing age stigmatization: the impact on self-esteem and the
role of protective strategies among older adults
A. O’HANLON*, P. COLEMAN (Dundalk, Ireland)
OC8 164
Wednesday
Psychological aspects of ageing › 9:00
132
Oral communications
OC8 164-6 — Place-based housing aspirations of older adults?
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Cancer advances in geriatrics / End of life
OB8 165
› 8:00
› 8:15
› 8:30
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
Chair: Ainhoa ESTEVE (Madrid, Spain)
C. FALANDRY*, G. FREYER, E. PUJADE-LAURAINE, V. TRILLET-LENOIR, M. BONNEFOY (Pierre Bénite, France)
OB8 165-2 — Doxorubin-based adjuvant chemotherapy is feasible in elderly
breast cancer patients without impact on functional status
C. MERTENS*, S. ABADIE, E. BLOT, L. UWER, E. BOURBOULOUX, V. GIRRE, F. ROUSSEAU, M. DEBLED, E. FOURME, F. GOUTTENOIRE, E. BRAIN (Paris, France)
OB8 165-3 — A new possible approach to the treatment of elderly cancer
patients
J. LEIBOVICI*, T. KAPTZAN, O. ITZHAKI , E. SKUTELSKY, R. ASFUR, J. SINAI, M.
MICHOWITZ (Tel-Aviv, Israel)
OB8 165-4 — Factors influencing older adults to complete advance directives
G. ALANO*, G. EL-KASS, M. HUSSAIN, M. ASHRAF, J. JEUNE, J. TAI, R. PEKMEZARIS,
B. LOUIS, R. REDDY, M. LESSER, G. WOLF-KLEIN (Fresh Meadows, USA)
OB8 165-5 — End of life decisions in hospitalized elders in Spain. A descriptive study
A. ESTEVE*, J. BAZTAN, A. SOCORRO, E. ROMERO, R. MAINAR, M. ZELADA, C. JIMENEZ, L. RODRIGUEZ, J. RIBERA, A. GARCIA, I. RUIPEREZ (Madrid, Spain)
OB8 165-6 — Euthanasia and dementia; the dutch struggle with advance
wishes and actual suffering
D. TOUWEN* (Leiden, The Netherlands)
Familiy and care giving
› 8:30
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Chair: Alain COLVEZ (Montpellier, France)
Room Maillot
8.00 › 9.30
OD8 166-1 — Influence of social network regarding quality of life and the
burden perceived by family caregivers while caring for people with dependence
F. AMENDOLA*, M. OLIVEIRA, M. ALVARENGA (Sào Paulo, Brazil)
OD8 166-2 — Measuring age-friendliness amongst mid-life and older
people: the louth age-friendliness measure
Wednesday
› 8:15
Room 252 AB
8.00 › 9.30
OB8 165-1 — Depression and lymphopenia as prognostic factors in elderly
cancer patients: the neuro-immune connection re-visited
OD8 166
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Wednesday 8
R. BOND*, L. CARRAGHER, A. O’HANLON, R. MCKEEVER, D. GETTY (Dundalk, Ireland)
OD8 166-3 — Gender differences in depression among japanese elderly: the
impact of informal social support and residency status on elderly well-being
A. TIEDT* (Bronx, USA)
OD8 166-4 — Informal and formal care interface: ethnic variations in the
sources of care of older adults
S. YOSHINO*, J. FAST (Edmonton, Canada)
OD8 166-5 — How do families of residents in long-term care fit into the
system of end-of-life care?
J. MUNN*, S. ZIMMERMAN (Tallahassee, USA)
OD8 166-6 Caregivers’ burden of people with full cognitive impairment:
result from the French national survey « Handicap-Incapacité-Dépendance »
A. COLVEZ*, V. ROYER, F. MEDERIC-ALZHEIMER (Montpellier, France)
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OB8 167
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Wednesday
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Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease Amphi Bordeaux
Chair: Gabriel GOLD (Thonex-Geneva, Switzerland)
8.00 › 9.30
OB8 167-1 — Resting heart rate and mortality in free-living older adults.
The THREE CITY study
C. LEGEAI*, X. JOUVEN, J. DARTIGUES, C. HELMER, K. RITCHIE, P. AMOUYEL, C. TZOURIO, P. DUCIMETIÈRE, J. EMPANA (Villejuif, France)
OB8 167-2 — Cognitive and affective consequences of small and
microscopic ischemic pathology in brain aging
G. GOLD*, E. KÖVARI, S. MICAELA, B. VASILIS, H. FRANÇOIS, B. CONSTANTIN, G. PANTELEIMON (Thonex-Geneva, Switzerland)
OB8 167-3 — Clinical and functional outcome of elderly people, 80 years
and over, after a first ever stroke
M. RAINFRAY*, P. DEHAIL, V. CRESSOT, M. PICAT, C. GERMAIN, P. PEREZ, B. DE
WAZIERES, R. GONTHIER, P. PFITZENMEYER, C. MARTIN-HUNYADI (Pessac, France)
OB8 167-4 — Postprandial hypotension is associated with asymptomatic
cerebrovascular damage in community-dwelling elderly
Y. TABARA*, M. IGASE, T. KIDO, N. OCHI, E. UETANI, T. NAGAI, T. MIKI, K. KOHARA
(Toon-City, Japan)
OB8 167-5 — White matter changes and functional decline in the elderly.
LADIS (leukoaraiosis and disability) study
D. INZITARI*, A. POGGESI, L. PANTONI, G. PRACUCCI, G. CARLUCCI, T. ERKINJUNTTI,
P. LANGHORNE, P. SCHELTENS, M. VISSER, O. (Florence, Italy)
OB8 167-6 — Disability predicts fatal but not non-fatal coronary heart
disease in community-dwelling elderly. the three-city study
M. PLICHART*, P. BARBERGER-GATEAU, C. TZOURIO, P. AMOUYEL, K. PÉRÈS, K. RITCHIE, X. JOUVEN, P. DUCIMETIÈRE, J. EMPANA (Paris, France)
OD8 168
Oral communications
Abuse and neglect Chair: Marie BEAULIEU (Sherbrooke, Canada)
Room 342 A
8.00 › 9.30
OD8 168-1 — Elder abuse: a multi country comparative study of social policy
and practice
M. BEAULIEU*, M. SHANKARDASS, S. SOMERS, L. MACHADO, L. DAICHMAN, V. DESOMER BELGIUM, A. NEW ZEALAND, P. BROWNELL, T. NHONGO, N. BERG
(Sherbrooke, Canada)
OD8 168-2 — A systematic review of interventions for abuse of older persons
J. PLOEG*, J. FEAR, B. HUTCHISON, H. MACMILLAN, G. BOLAN (Hamilton, Canada)
OD8 168-3 — Emotional abuse of older adults by nursing home staff: a random
sample telephone survey of adults with an elder family member in a nursing home
L. SCHIAMBERG*, L. VON HEYDRICH, P. LORI (East Lansing, USA)
OD8 168-4 — Prevention of elder abuse in nursing homes evaluative study
of a staff training program
B. LANG*, T. TZUK, A. BERG-WARMAN (Efrat, Israel)
OD8 168-5 — The mistreatment and neglect of older people in the
community in the UK - Are there lessons for policy and practice?
J. MANTHORPE*, A. TINKER (London, UK)
OD8 168-6 — Keeping safe and secure: understanding older peoples’
perceptions and experiences of safety and security
W. MARTIN*, V. WILLIAMS, C. VICTOR, R. MCCRINDLE, J. BARRETT (Earley, Reading, UK)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Biological sciences / Gerontechnology OB8 169
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Chair: Ad VAN BERLO (Bonn, Germany)
W. MAETZLER*, S. KELLER, C. BECKER, D. BERG (Stuttgart, Germany)
OB8 169-2 — Angiotensin II type-2 receptors modulate inflammation
through STAT3 phosphorylation and TNFa production
P. ABADIR*, J. WALSTON, R. CAREY, H. SIRAGY (Baltimore, USA)
OB8 169-3 — Designing ambient assisted living systems for and together
with end users
A. VAN BERLO*, A. SIXSMITH, S. DELANEY (Bonn, Germany)
OB8 169-4 — The right side of the « digital divide » for older people and
those with disabilities
J. DAMANT*, P. FREDDOLINO, M. KNAPP, M. ELLIS, E. MITLETON-KELLY, T. BURCHARDT (London, UK)
OB8 169-5 — Assessing diagnositic agreement for cognitive assessment in
older adults via video consultation
M. MARTIN-KHAN*, L. FLICKER, R. WOOTTON, P. LOH, H. EDWARDS, G. BYRNE, P. VARGHESE, E. BELLER, L. GRAY (Woolloongabba, Australia)
OB8 169-6 — Functional brain MRI signal of older adults with high
performance and low brain structural integrity
C. ROSANO*, V. VENKATRAMAN, J. GURALNIK, A. NEWMAN, N. GLYNN, C. CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR, S. STUDENSKI , L. LAUNER, M. PAHOR, J. WILLIAMSON, H. AIZENSTEIN (Pittsburgh, USA)
Work and retirement › 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
Room 343
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Dinah BISDEE (London, UK)
OD8 170-1 — Do we need to consider spiritual and existential issues in
elderly care – An empirical research in a nursing home in oslo
P. AXELL*, N. MARTINUSSEN, O. VIBE (Oslo, Norway)
OD8 170-2 — High pressure workplaces: no place for older workers?
D. BISDEE*, (London, UK)
Wednesday
› 8:15
› 8:30
Room 342 B
8.00 › 9.30
OB8 169-1 — No differences of butyrylcholinesterase protein activity and
allele frequency in lewy body diseases
OD8 170
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Wednesday 8
OD8 170-3 — The well-being of older job-seekers: implications for the
labour force participation agenda
L. BROOKE*, B. JORGENSEN (Melbourne, Australia)
OD8 170-4 — Aging, work, and health - Results from the European and
Chinese NEXT study
J. LI*, H. HASSELHORN (Wuppertal, Germany)
OD8 170-5 — The health effects of reason for retirement on older New
Zealand workers
F. ALPASS*, C. STEPHENS, A. TOWERS, J. NOONE (Palmerston North, New Zealand)
OD8 170-6 — I Just knew it was the right time to retire – Deconstructing
stories of retirement decision-making
D. LALIBERTE RUDMAN* (London, Canada)
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Wednesday 8
OB8 171
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Wednesday
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Frailty Amphi Havane
8.00 › 9.30
Chair: Jean PETERMANS (Liège, Belgium)
OB8 171-1 — The geriatric thesaurus: a possibility to assess geriatric
profile and frailty
J. PETERMANS*, A. VELGHE, D. GILLAIN, X. BOMAN, N. VAN DEN NOORTGATE (Liège, Belgium)
OB8 171-2 — Hospital admission risk profile predicts mortality among
elderly medical inpatients
O. TORRES BONAFONTE*, D. RUIZ HIDALGO, M. BARCELÓ TRIAS, D. FILELLA, S. BENITO VALES, G. VÁZQUEZ MATA (Barcelona, Spain)
OB8 171-3 — Screening frailty in the emergency department by using the
identification of seniors at risk (ISAR)
F. SALVI*, V. MORICHI, A. GRILLI, R. GIORGI, L. LANCIONI, L. SPAZZAFUMO, S. POLONARA, G. DE TOMMASO, P. DESSÌ-FULGHERI (Ancona, Italy)
OB8 171-4 — Does a frailty phenotype predict health services utilization in
the community-dwelling young-old ?
B. SANTOS-EGGIMANN*, J. SPAGNOLI, N. RODONDI (Lausanne, Switzerland)
OB8 171-5 — The frailty index and mortality in the MRC cognitive function
and ageing study
G. SAVVA*, A. MITNITSKI, K. ROCKWOOD, C. BRAYNE, F. MATTHEWS (Cambridge, UK)
OB8 171-6 — Handgrip strength in the elderly affect functional outcome
after hip fracture repair
Y. BELOOSESKY*, A. WEISS, M. MANASIAN, M. SALAI (Petach-Tiqua, Israel)
OD8 172
Oral communications
Social policy / Education Chair: Alexandre KALACHE (New York, USA)
Room 351
8.00 › 9.30
OD8 172-1 — Living arrangements of the elderly women in rural
Bangladesh: patterns, differentials and determinants
A. MIAN* (Dhaka, Bangladesh)
OD8 172-2 — Elderly care in rural china in the process of labor migration
and its implications for social policies
J. SUN* (Beijing, China)
OD8 172-3 — Ageing in a foreign land - An international study of ageing,
migration and social exclusion
A. KALACHE*, R. FINKELSTEIN, K. BRASER, J. NETHERLLAND (New York, USA)
OD8 172-4 — Construction of fragility, memory problems and dementia in
old age in media between 1970 and 2007
P. TOPO *, K. SAARIKALLE (Helsinki , Finland)
OD8 172-5 — Physicians and politicians views on age related prioritisation
and resource allocation in health care
E. WERNTOFT* (Lund, Sweden)
OD8 172-6 — Tandem: communication trainings for caregivers of dementia
patients
J. HABERSTROH*, K. NEUMEYER, K. KRAUSE, J. FRANZMANN, B. SCHMITZ, J. PANTEL (Frankfurt, Germany)
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Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Oral communications
Dementia OB8 173
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Chair: Jocelyne DE ROTROU (Paris, France)
T. AKBARALY*, F. PORTET, S. FUSTINONI, J. DARTIGUES, S. ARTERO, O. ROUAUD, J. TOUCHON, K. RITCHIE, C. BERR (Montpellier, France)
OB8 173-2 — Combined interventions in dementia. Results of AIDMA: a French controlled study
J. DE ROTROU*, I. CANTEGREIL, E. WENISCH, C. CHAUSSON, S. GRABAR, A. RIGAUD
(Paris, France)
OB8 173-3 — A randomized placebo controlled trial of vitamin B12 and folate
supplementation to retard cognitive decline in patients with early dementia
T. KWOK*, L. LAM, J. LEE (Hong Kong, China)
OB8 173-4 — Diabetes mellitus predicts cognitive impairment in elderly
ischemic stroke patients
E. MIZRAHI*, T. BLUMSTEIN, M. ARAD, A. ADUNSKY (Ramat-Gan, Israel)
OB8 173-5 — Patterns of dementia diagnosis among seer breast cancer
survivors who take chemotherapy
S. SHEINFELD GORIN*, J. HECK , S. ALBERT (Scottsdale, USA)
OB8 173-6 — 32 Deletion and APOEe4 polymorphisms in vascular
ANDDsynergism between the CCR5 mixed dementia of the very old
D. ZEKRY*, Y. KAMEOKA, J. MICHEL, G. GOLD, F. HERRMANN, K. KARL-HEINZ
(Geneva, Switzerland)
Longevity / Intensive care / Nursing home › 8:15
› 8:30
Chair: Anne-Marie BOSTROM (Edmonton, Canada)
Room 353
8.00 › 9.30
OB8 174-1 — Mitochondrial genome haplogroup D4A is enriched inJapan
semi-supercentenarians
M. TANAKA*, N. FUKU, Y. NISHIGAKI, Y. ARAI, N. HIROSE, E. BILAL, G. BHANOT, K. POPADIN, K. KHRAPKO (Tokyo, Japan)
OB8 174-2 — Recent elongation of the life span in patients with Progeric
Werner syndrome
K. YOKOTE*, S. HONJO, Y. SAITO (Chiba, Japan)
OB8 174-3 — Intergenerational transmission of influenza to seniors:
vaccination and grandparental caregiving
S. COHEN*, J. WENGER, E. NAUMOVA (Boston, USA)
P. RAY*, D. SOUSSAN, R. LIARD, C. LEGALL, N. SIMON, J.F. MUIR, P.M. ROY, F. NEUKIRSH, A. ELLRODT, S. SALMERON (Paris, France)
› 8:45
› 9:00
› 9:15
Wednesday
Room 352 AB
8.00 › 9.30
OB8 173-1 — Leisure activity and risk of dementia: results from the ThreeCity study
OB8 174
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Wednesday 8
OB8 174-4 — Prospective study of acute asthma in elderly patients
OB8 174-5 — Factors related to patient’s opinion asking concerning
intensive care unit admission for elderly patients
D. SOMME*, A. BOUMENDIL, J. LEGUEN, M. GARROUSTE-ORGEAS, D. PATERON, P. AEGERTER, T. SIMON, A. MENN, B. GUIDET (Paris, France)
OB8 174-6 — Evidence-based care of older people – Utopia or reality?
A. BOSTROM* (Edmonton, Canada)
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Wednesday 8
Keynote
Lecture
Keynote lectures
Alzheimer’s disease neuroimaging initiative
(ADNI): progress report
Amphi Bleu
9.45 › 10.15
Chair: Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
› Michael WEINER - Center for Imaging of Neurodegenerative Disease (San Francisco, USA)
Keynote
Lecture
The metaphor of leukocyte telomere length
as a biological clock in humans
Amphi Bordeaux
9.45 › 10.15
Chair: Athanase BENETOS (Nancy, France)
› Abraham AVIV - The Center of Human Development and Aging (Newark, USA)
Keynote
Lecture
The global financial crisis and the
health of older people
Amphi Havane
9.45 › 10.15
Chair: Norah KEATING (Edmonton, Canada)
Wednesday
› John BEARD - World Health Organization (Geneva, Switzerland)
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
European Alzheimer Disease Consortium
(EADC) initiative SB8 175
Amphi Bleu
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Bengt WINBLAD (Stockholm, Sweden), Bruno VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
› SB8 175-1 — European Alzheimer Disease Consortium (EADC) initiative
Winblad BENGT (Stockholm, Sweden)
› SB8 175-2 — The ICTUS study
Pierre-Jean OUSSET (Toulouse, France)
› SB8 175-3 — The DESCRIPA study
Pieter J. VISSER (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SB8 175-4 — Neuro-imaging and biomarkers: rational for prevention
Giovani FRISONI (Brescia, Italy)
E-services for a dietary approach in ageing
process and elderly malnutrition SB8 176
Room 241
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Lorenzo M. DONINI (Rome, Italy), Claudio FRANCESCHI (Bologna, Italy)
› SB8 176-1 — Senile anorexia - Results of an Italian study
Domenico CUCINOTTA (Bologna, Italy)
› SB8 176-2 — Malnutrition in the elderly
Isabelle BOURDEL-MARCHASSON (Talence, France)
› SB8 176-3 — The gastrointestinal tract in the elderly
Herbert LOCHS (Berlin, Germany)
› SB8 176-4 — E-services for a dietary approach in ageing process and
elderly malnutrition
Fabio BUCCOLINI (Rome, Italy)
CME
Chair: Gustavo DUQUE (Penrith, Australia)
Room 242 A
10.30 › 12.00
Wednesday
Vitamin D in the pathophysiology and
treatment of the frailty syndrome SB8 177
› SB8 177-1 — Vitamin D and anti-fracture efficacy
Heike BISCHOFF-FERRARI (Zurich, Switzerland)
› SB8 177-2 — Vitamin D and sarcopenia
Manuel MONTERO-ODASSO (London, Canada)
› SB8 177-3 — Therapeutic uses of vitamin D in the frailty syndrome
Gustavo DUQUE (Penrith, Australia)
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Wednesday 8
SB8 178
Symposia
Geriatric competencies for medical students Room 242 B
Chairs: Rosanne M. LEIPZIG (New York, USA),
Jasneet PARMAR (Alberta, Canada)
10.30 › 12.00
› SB8 178-1 — Introduction to geriatric competencies for medical students in
the United States, Canada, and Australia
Jasneet PARMAR (Alberta, Canada)
Rosanne LEIPZIG (New York, USA)
Janet GORDON (Halifax, Canada)
Vasi NAGANATHAN (Sydney, Australia)
Rosanne LEIPZIG (New York, USA)
Jasneet PARMAR (Alberta, Canada) › SB8 178-2 — Medical student competencies in the United States:
development and implementation
› SB8 178-3 — Medical student competencies in Canada: development and
implementation
› SB8 178-4 — Medical student competencies in Australia: development and
implementation
› SB8 178-5 — Similarities and differences in approach and outcomes
Jasneet PARMAR (Alberta, Canada)
› SB8 178-6 — Methods and tools for medical student competencies on the
portal of geriatric online education (POGOE)
› SB8 178-7 — Open discussion
SD8 179
Role of primary care physicians and
integrated care for the elderly Room 243
10.30 › 12.00
Wednesday
Chairs: Howard BERGMAN (Montréal, Canada), Isabelle VEDEL (Montréal, Canada)
› SD8 179-1 — An evaluation protocol of primary care interventions aimed to
support frail elderly living at home
Chirstian SWINE (Yvoir, Belgium)
Matthieu DE STAMPA (Paris, France)
Isabelle VEDEL (Paris, France)
› SD8 179-2 — Fostering participation of general practitioners: how to tailor
integrated health services networks ?
› SD8 179-3 — A novel model of integrated care: COPA-ancrage coordination
of professional care for the elderly in France
› SD8 179-4 — Evaluation de l’efficacité de la mise en place d’un réseau
intégré pour la prise en charge des personnes âgées fragiles à domicile
par la fondation d’aide et de soins à domicile (FSASD), les médecins de
ville de l’association des médecins de genève (AMG), et l’unité de gériatrie
communautaire (UGC) à genève
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Laura DI POLLINA (Chêne-Bourg, Switzerland)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
Determinants and consequences of fear of
falling from cross-national perspective SC8 180
Room 251
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Gertrudis KEMPEN (Maastricht, The Netherlands),
G.A. Rixt ZIJLSTRA (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
› SC8 180-1 — Understanding fear of falling and risk-taking behaviour in
older people
Kim DELBAERE (Randwick, Australia)
Kevin MCKEE (Sheffield, UK)
› SC8 180-2 — Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in older people after a
fall
› SC8 180-3 — Socio-demographic, health-related and psychosocial
correlates of fear of falling and avoidance of activity in community-living
older persons who avoid activity due to fear of falling
Gertrudis KEMPEN (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
SB8 181
Imaging dementia in elderly CME
Chairs: Pierre KROLAK-SALMON (Lyon, France),
Marc VERNY (Paris, France)
Room 252 AB
10.30 › 12.00
› SB8 181-1 — Why using neuroimaging to diagnose dementia in the elderly?
Pierre KROLAK-SALMON (Pierre Bénite, France)
› SB8 181-2 — MRI in the diagnosis of Alzheimer
Stéphane LÉHÉRICY (Paris, France)
› SB8 181-3 — Imaging neurones at work in dementia
Serge GOLDMAN (Bruxelles, Belgium)
› SB8 181-4 — Amyloid imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease
Agneta NORDBERG (Stockholm, Sweden)
European diabetes working party for older
people (EDWPOP)- Presentation of revised
clinical guidelines for type 2 diabetes SB8 182
CME
Room Maillot
10.30 › 12.00
Wednesday
and evaluation of anti-amyloid therapy
Chairs: Alan SINCLAIR (Luton, UK), Giuseppe PAOLISSO (Napoli, Italy)
› SB8 182-1 — Development of the EDWPOP guidelines and the endorsement
process through the IAG, IDF, and EASD
Alan SINCLAIR (Luton, UK)
Giuseppe PAOLISSO (Napoli, Italy)
Leo RODRIGUEZ MANAS (Getafe, Spain)
› SB8 182-2 — Examining the evidence base: drug therapy for diabetes in
older people
› SB8 182-3 — Intervention strategies in diabetic vascular disease
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SB8 183
CME
Symposia
Hypertension in very elderly hypertensive
patients: lessons from the HYVET study Amphi Bordeaux
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Françoise FORETTE (Paris, France), Christopher BULPITT (London, UK)
› SB8 183-1 — Why the interest in hypertension in very elderly patients?
Olivier HANON (Paris, France)
› SB8 183-2 — Major benefits observed with hypertension management in
very elderly patients
Nigel BECKETT (London, UK)
Brian WILLIAMS (Leicester, UK)
› SB8 183-3 — Additional benefits beyond cardiovascular events
Ruth PETERS (London, UK)
› SB8 183-4 — Impact of HYVET on the management of very elderly
hypertensive patients
SD8 184
Room 342 A
Prisma : implementation and impact of a
10.30 › 12.00
coordination-type integrated service
delivery (ISD) system for frail older people Chairs: Michel RAICHE (Sherbrooke, Canada), Réjean HÉBERT (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SD8 184-1 — Description and implementation of the Prisma ISD system in Québec
Réjean HÉBERT (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SD8 184-2 — The case-managers in Prisma: a look on their role
Yves COUTURIER (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SD8 184-3 — Population impact of Prisma on frail older people and
utilization of health and social services
Wednesday
Réjean HÉBERT (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SD8 184-4 — Analyzing the cost and the benefit of the Prisma model: is it
efficient?
Suzanne DURAND (Sherbrooke, Canada)
SA8 185
Coping with elastic tissues ageing Chairs: Marie-Paule JACOB (Paris, France),
Pascal SOMMER (Lyon, France)
Room 342 B
10.30 › 12.00
› SA8 185-1 — Remodelling of arterial and venous elastic tissues with ageing
Marie-Paule JACOB (Paris, France)
› SA8 185-2 — Beyond the simple increase of oxidative stress in ageing
elastic tissues
Daniela QUAGLINO (Modena, Italy)
Ulrich STOCK (Tubingen, Germany)
Romain DEBRET (Lyon, France)
› SA8 185-3 — Hypoxia and varicose veins
Julia BUJAN (Madrid, Spain)
› SA8 185-4 — How to repair or replace valvular and vascular elastic function
in the elderly
› SA8 185-5 — Silencing of elastic fibers related genes in cutis laxa as model
of human accelerated skin ageing
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Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
The key role of the universities of the third
age in active aging SD8 186
Room 343
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Rosita KORNFELD (Santiago, Chile)
› SD8 186-1 — Life-long learning, the best for active aging
Rocio FERNANDEZ-BALLESTEROS (Madrid, Spain)
› SD8 186-2 — The role of universities of the third age in promoting active aging
Stanley MILLER (Evesham, UK)
› SD8 186-3 — Strategy and implementation of ute training program in 4 latin
American countries
Rosita KORNFELD (Santiago, Chile)
Marisol RAPSO (Costa Rica)
› SD8 186-4 — The impact on elders from Nicaragua and Costa Rica UTE training
Nursing best practice guideline
implementation: knowledge
translation for improved outcomes SB8 187
Amphi Havane
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Lynn MCCLEARY (St Catharines, Canada),
Dawn PRENTICE (St Catharines, Canada)
› SB8 187-1 — Implementing the RNAO client centred care best practice
guideline in acute and complex continuing care settings: impact on client
centred care and family involvement in care
Lynn MCCLEARY (St Catharines, Canada)
Dawn PRENTICE (St Catharines, Canada)
› SB8 187-2 — Evaluation of the RNAO best practice guideline: assesment
and management of foot ulcers for people with diabetes
and caregiving for delirium, dementia, and depression: increasing
the success of rehabilitation for elders with cognitive impairment in a
rehabilitation setting
Katherine MCGILTON (Toronto, Canada)
Urban aging: global perspectives SD8 188
Chairs: Robert BUTLER (New York, USA),
Victor RODWIN (New York, USA)
Wednesday
› SB8 187-3 — Implementing the RNAO best practice guideline on screening
Room 351
10.30 › 12.00
› SD8 188-1 — Lessons from the Paris heat wave and urban ecology of old
age in New York and Paris
Emmanuelle CADOT (Le Kremlin Bicêtre, France)
Victor RODWIN & Michael GUSMANO (New York, USA)
Robert BUTLER (New York, USA)
› SD8 188-2 — Is New York an age-friendly city?
Ruth FINKELSTEIN (Brooklyn, USA)
› SD8 188-3 — A world city perspective on urban aging and avoidable
hospitalizations among older persons in New York, London and Paris
› SD8 188-4 — Introduction to urban aging: global perspectives
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W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SB8 189
Symposia & Poster session
Sarcopenia: definitions, risk factors and
treatment Room 352 AB
10.30 › 12.00
Chairs: Stefan CZERWINSKI (Kettering, USA), W. Cameron CHUMLEA (Kettering, USA)
› SB8 189-1 — A consensus definition of sarcopenia
Yves ROLLAND (Toulouse, France)
› SB8 189-2 — Epidemiology of sarcopenia
W. Cameron CHUMLEA (Kettering, USA)
› SB8 189-3 — Genetic epidemiology of sarcopenia risk
Stefan CZERWINSKI (Kettering, USA)
› SB8 189-4 — Pharmacological treatments for sarcopenia
SB8 190
CME
Nutrition as a determinant of successful
aging: longitudinal and interdisciplinary
perspectives from the NUAGE study Room 353
10.30 › 12.00
Chair: Hélène PAYETTE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SB8 190-1 — Is adherence to dietary guidelines over a 3-yr associated with
the maintenance of optimal body weight, muscle strength and physical
performance?
Bryna SHATENSTEIN (Montréal, Canada)
› SB8 190-2 — Dietary modulation of insulin and free IGF-1 serum levels, and
Wednesday
their role as indicators of changes in body composition, muscle strength and
functional capacity
Pierrette GAUDREAU (Montréal, Canada)
Lucie RICHARD (Montréal, Canada)
› SB8 190-3 — Does vitamin D status predict decline in functional status?
Roula BARAKE (Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Canada)
› SB8 190-4 — Changes in older adults’ social participation over time:
individual and neighbourhood derterminants
Poster session
Posters are organized in four areas at level 2 and level 3, following their
theme (Track A, B, C or D). See maps pages 176 & 177
During the poster session, between 12.15 and 13.45, poster presenters are
attending their poster so that delegates can discuss it, ask questions, get
more information.
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Poster Area
12.15 › 13.45
Wednesdays’ posters programme on page 309
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Satellite industry sessions
Wednesday 8
Eisai - Pfizer
Alzheimer’s disease isn’t waiting:
debunking the myths around treatment SAT
Amphi Bleu
12.15 › 13.45
Chair: Pierre KROLAK-SALMON (Lyon, France)
› Myth: there is no reason to start treatment early
Craig W. RITCHIE (London, UK)
› Myth: stopping treatment early makes no difference to the outcome
Peter JOHANNSEN (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Pierre KROLAK-SALMON (Lyon, France)
› Myth: the cost-effectiveness of acetylcholinesterase inhibitor therapy is
questionable
Janssen-Cilag
Circadian rhythm modification:
what impacts on patients with
Alzheimer’s Disease? SAT
Room Maillot
12.15 › 13.45
Chairs: Gilles BERRUT (Nantes, France), Serge GAUTHIER (Montréal, Canada)
› Pharmacological and non-pharmacological approach of BPSD in
Alzheimer’s disease
Serge GAUTHIER (Montréal, Canada)
Philippe PEIGNEUX (Brussels, Belgium)
François SELLAL (Colmar, France)
› Memory has rhythm: combined influences of sleep and circadian variations
on memory consolidation
› From physiopathology to clinical observation: desynchronization of
Amphi Bordeaux
Mundipharma
Challenges in pain management in the elderly 12.15 › 13.45
SAT
Wednesday
circadian rhythm and consequences on patients with Alzheimer’s disease
Chair: Bart MORLION (Leuven, Belgium)
› Welcome & Introduction
Bart Morlion (Leuven, Belgium)
› Challenges in pain management in the elderly
Bart Morlion (Leuven, Belgium)
› Pain in the elderly – Practical examples and knowledge about the use of
patch analgesia
Mats Karlsson (Uppsala, Sweden)
› Integrating agonist and antagonist for better patient outcomes
Bart Morlion (Leuven, Belgium)
› Panel discussion and Q & A
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SAT
Satellite industry sessions
European School of Haematology (ESH)
Anaemia in the older person: a silent
epidemic Amphi Havane
12.15 › 13.45
Chair: Lodovico BALDUCCI (Tampa, USA)
› Epidemiology and medical consequences of anaemia in the elderly: special focus on iron deficiency
Lodovico BALDUCCI (Tampa, USA)
Brenda PENNINX (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Wednesday
› MDS: a frequent problem in the elderly
Pierre FENAUX (Paris, France)
› Functional consequences of anaemia
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders:
cross national comparison of strategic
action plans SD8 191
Amphi Bleu
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Howard BERGMAN (Montréal, Canada), Florence LUSTMAN (Paris, France)
› SD8 191-1 — Henry BRODATI (Sydney, Australia)
› SD8 191-2 — Joël MENARD (Paris, France)
› SD8 191-3 — Sube BANERJEE (London, UK)
› SD8 191-4 — Howard BERGMAN (Montréal, Canada)
Gerontechnology for optimal health
in a multidisciplinary context SB8 192
CME
Room 241
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Herman BOUMA (Vessem, The Netherlands), Alain FRANCO (Grenoble, France)
› SB8 192-1 — Gerontechnology as a field of endeavour
Herman BOUMA (Vessem, The Netherlands)
› SB8 192-2 — How do psychological models fit into gerontechnological
research
Claudia OPPENAUER (Wien, Austria)
Francesco FRANCHIMON (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
Johanna VAN BRONSWIJK (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
› SB8 192-3 — Home automation, robotics, assistive technology, geriatric
telecare and telemedicine: do these technologies match?
› SB8 192-4 — A multidisciplinary challenge of benefits and risks: preventive
health engineering in earlier and later life
Chairs: William EVANS (Little Rock, USA),
John MORLEY (Saint Louis, USA)
Room 242 A
14.00 › 15.30
› SB8 193-1 — Cachexia – A new definition
William EVANS (Little Rock, USA)
› SB8 193-2 — Pathophysiology of cachexia
Josep ARGILES (Barcelona, Spain)
› SB8 193-3 — Involuntary weight loss in ageing and chronic illness -
Wednesday
Cachexia: a new geriatric syndrome? SB8 193
Common mechanisms
Stefan ANKER (Berlin, Germany)
John MORLEY (St Louis, USA)
› SB8 193-4 — Perspectives in the management of cachexia
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SB8 194
Symposia
Physical functional performance in older
adults in Italy, Switzerland, and the
United States Room 242 B
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Elaine CRESS (Athens, USA), Reto W. KRESSIG (Basel, Switzerland)
› SB8 194-1 — Functional performance in older adults living in a retirement
community in Italy and the United States
Elaine CRESS (Athens, USA)
Reto W. KRESSIG (Basel, Switzerland)
› SB8 194-2 — Self-rated and performance based function in independent
living older adults in Switzerland
› SB8 194-3 — Depression and nutritional status as predictors of perceived
stress and functional performance in retirement community and
independent living older adults in southeastern region of the United States
Stefania ORINI (Travagliato, Italy)
Robert WOOD (Bangor, USA)
› SB8 194-4 — Physical function, dyspnea and pain as predictors of disability
in older residents of Louisiana, United States
SD8 195
Ageing in place: options for older people in
developed countries Room 243
14.00 › 15.30
Wednesday
Chair: Anthea TINKER (London, UK)
› SD8 195-1 — Ageing in place: the UK experience
Anthea TINKER (London, UK)
› SD8 195-2 — Ageing in place: the Canadian experience
Gloria GUTMAN (Vancouver, Canada)
› SD8 195-3 — Ageing in place: the Australian experience
Duncan BOLDY (Perth, Australia)
SC8 196
Taking a « biopsychosocial » view of
cognitive aging Room 251
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Teresa SEEMAN (Los Angeles, USA)
› SC8 196-1 — Life histories of social engagement and adult cognition
Teresa SEEMAN (Los Angeles, USA)
› SC8 196-2 — Histories of « daily diary reports » on social experience and
psychological status and adult cognition
Stefan AGRIGOROAEI (Waltham, USA)
David ALEMEIDA (Pennsylvania, USA)
Arun KARLAMANGLA (Los Angeles, USA)
› SC8 196-3 — Psychosocial and behavioral protective factors for cognitive
and physical health
› SC8 196-4 — Testing the role of major biological regulatory systems as
mediational pathways linking psychosocial experience to adult cognition
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
The central control of mobility in older
adults SB8 197
CME
Room 252 AB
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Joe VERGHESE (New York, USA), Caterina ROSANO (Pittsburgh, USA)
› SB8 197-1 — Mobility signatures of brain dysfunction
Joe VERGHESE (New York, USA)
› SB8 197-2 — Cognitive and genetic determinants of gait performance and
adaptability
Roee HOLTZER (New York, USA)
Jeffrey HAUSDORFF (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Caterina ROSANO (Pittsburgh, USA)
› SB8 197-3 — When is gait automatic? Insights from dual tasking and
pharmacologic studies
› SB8 197-4 — Brain network analysis of gait characteristics in older adults
Experiences of old age in developing world
slums: evidence and future agendas SC8 198
Room Maillot
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Hans-Joachim VON KONDRATOWITZ (Berlin, Germany),
Isabella ABODERIN (Oxford, UK)
› SC8 198-1 — Experiences of older persons in south Asian urban slums:
evidence from Chennai, India
Penny Vera-Sanso (London, UK)
Ousmane FAYE (Nairobi, Kenya)
Laura Machado (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Isabella ABODERIN (Oxford, UK)
› SC8 198-2 — Social exclusion and opportunity: older persons’ experiences
and access to space in Nairobi slums
› SC8 198-3 — Experiences of old age in urban slums in latin America:
evidence from Sao Paulo, Brazil
ageing policy to mainstream development agendas
Forging a global movement on age-friendly
cities SD8 199
Wednesday
› SC8 198-4 — Urban slums and poverty in the global south: connecting
Amphi Bordeaux
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: John BEARD (Geneva, Switzerland)
› SD8 199-1 — Background, and history of age-friendly cities project
Alexandre KALACHE (New York, USA)
› SD8 199-2 — Age-friendly New York city: findings and lessons
Ruth FINKELSTEIN (New York, USA)
› SD8 199-3 — Age-friendly cities: the experience of Shanghai
Hua FU (Shanghai, China)
› SD8 199-4 — Age-friendly cities: the way forward
John BEARD (Geneva, Switzerland)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SA8 200
Symposia
GH/IGF-1 and insulin signaling in mammals
and its relevance to human longevity Room 342 A
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Pierrette GAUDREAU (Paris, France),
Jacques EPELBAUM (Montréal, Canada)
› SA8 200-1 — Functional genotypes in the GH/IGF-1 in humans with
exceptional longevity
Nir BARZILAI (New York , USA)
Jacques EPELBAUM (Paris, France)
Pierrette GAUDREAU (Montréal, Canada)
› SA8 200-2 — Brain IGF-1 receptor programs mammalian lifespan
Laurent KAPPELER (Paris, France)
› SA8 200-3 — Neuroendocrine aging in rats: interactions between GH/IGF-1
axis, energy balance regulation and cognition
› SA8 200-4 — The pituitary growth hormone-releasing hormone receptor
contribution to healthy aging
SD8 201
Room 342 B
Global ageing and the reconciliation of
14.00 › 15.30
employment and care for older family
members – Do different cultural contexts result in
varying reconciliation strategies? African, Asian,
European and North American responses Chair: Andreas HOFF (Oxford, UK)
› SD8 201-1 — Work restrictions experienced by midlife family carers of older
Wednesday
people in six European countries: findings from the EUROFAMCARE project
Andrea PRINCIPI (Ancona, Italy)
Anne MARTIN-MATTHEWS (Vancouver, Canada)
Lola KOLA (Ibadan, Nigeria)
Henglien CHEN (Lincoln, UK)
› SD8 201-2 — Aging and caring at the intersection of work and home life in
Canada: public and private, linkage and boundary
› SD8 201-3 — Caregiving to elderly persons: context and correlates in the
Ibadan study of ageing
› SD8 201-4 — Confucianism in transition? Migration, work and care of older
people in east Asia
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
A cross-cultural examination of informal
and formal systems of eldercare in India,
Japan and the US SD8 202
Room 343
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Denise BURNETTE (New York, USA)
› SD8 202-1 — The role of informal and formal supports on well-being and
service use by older adults in India
Asha Banu SOLETTI (Mumbai, India) & Denise BURNETTE (New York, USA)
Li-Mei CHEN (Uegahara, Japan)
Philip ROZARIO (Garden City, USA)
› SD8 202-2 — The role of informal and formal care in nursing home
admission among public long-term care insurance beneficiaries in japan
› SD8 202-3 — Types and predictors of coping strategies of African-American
women informal caregivers
Pain in older people with dementia,
new approaches in a progressing
research area SC8 203
CME
Amphi Havane
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Sandra ZWAKHALEN (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
› SC8 203-1 — Using most valid items to measure pain in older people with
dementia: a new approach to the item selection of a observational pain assessment
Sandra ZWAKHALEN (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
Jenny VAN DER STEEN (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Thomas FISCHER (Berlin, Germany)
› SC8 203-2 — Influence of dementia on the perception of pain
Erik SCHERDER (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SC8 203-3 — Prevalence and treatment of pain in nursing home patients
with dementia after admission and before death
significance of facial expression
Ambient assisted living and quality of life in
elderly SD8 204
Room 351
14.00 › 15.30
Wednesday
› SC8 203-4 — Pain assessement in persons with severe dementia: the
Chairs: José C. MILLÁN (La Coruña, Spain), Ana MASEDA (La Coruña, Spain)
› SD8 204-1 — Telegerontology: a new gerontology resource
José C. MILLAN (La Coruña, Spain)
› SD8 204-2 — Computerized cognitive stimulation and webconferencing for
patients suffering from cognitive impairment and their carers
Anne-Sophie RIGAUD (Paris, France)
Erwin FUGGER (Vienna, Austria)
Ana MASEDA (La Coruña, Spain)
› SD8 204-3 — Experiences from first generation smart houses for older people
Ad VAN BERLO (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
› SD8 204-4 — Lessons learnt from the MPOWER project - Middleware
platform for EM-powering cognitive disabled and elderly
› SD8 204-5 — Companionable – Mobile robot companion and smart home
system for people with mild cognitive impairment
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SB8 205
CME
Symposia
Healthy ageing and preventable infectious
diseases vaccines
Room 352 AB
14.00 › 15.30
Chairs: Paul KNIGHT (Glasgow, Scotland), Desmond O’NEILL (Adelaide, Australia)
› SB8 205-1 — Vaccine and healthy ageing
Stefania MAGGI (Padova, Italy)
› SB8 205-2 — The updated vaccine guidelines for ageing and aged citizens of
Europe
Jean-Pierre MICHEL (Thonex-Geneva, Switzerland)
Joël BELMIN (Ivry-sur-Seine, France)
› SB8 205-3 — Ensuring the willingness to vaccinate and being vaccinated
Jean-Pierre BAEYENS (Oostende, Belgium)
› SB8 205-4 — Educational vaccine tools: the French initiative
SB8 206
Different pathways for a common purpose:
teaching geriatric medicine for
undergraduates students Room 353
14.00 › 15.30
Chair: Roberto KAPLAN (Vicente Lopéz, Argentina)
› SB8 206-1 — State of art of geriatric education for undergraduates in Spain
Juan F. MACÍAS NUÑEZ (Salamanca, Spain)
› SB8 206-2 — Teaching geriatrics in Israel: from the first chair up to present
David GALINSKY (Beer Sheva, Israel)
› SB8 206-3 — A 40 years uneven story about a geriatric chair in an Argentine
Wednesday
university
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José R. JAUREGUI (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Gustavo DUQUE (Sidney, Australia)
› SB8 206-4 — How to design teaching programs in geriatrics for
undergraduates
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
The predictive value of memory tests in
« questionable » dementia SC8 207
Amphi Bleu
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Eric SALMON (Liège, Belgium), Jean PETERMANS (Liège, Belgium)
› SC8 207-1 — The California verbal learning test in questionable AD
Françoise LEKEU (Liège, Belgium)
› SC8 207-2 — Free and cued recall in very early AD
Bruno DUBOIS (Paris, France)
› SC8 207-3 — RI48 in very early AD
Stéphane ADAM (Liège, Belgium)
Room 241
Optimal pharmacotherapy in older persons SB8 208
Chairs: Tischa VAN DER CAMMEN (Rotterdam, The Netherlands),
Mirko PETROVIC (Ghent, Belgium)
15.45 › 17.15
› SB8 208-1 — The development and validation of an ADR risk score
Graziano ONDER (Rome, Italy)
› SB8 208-2 — Withdrawal of benzodiazepines: how to do it?
Mirko PETROVIC (Ghent, Belgium)
› SB8 208-3 — Effect of drug withdrawal on fall incidence, mobility and tilt-table test outcomes
Nathalie VAN DER VELDE (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
Birgit BÖHMDORFER (Vienna, Austria)
› SB8 208-4 — Effects of geriatric admission on optimal prescribing
Room 242 A
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Jean-Pierre BAEYENS (Oostend, Belgium), Roberto BERNABEI (Rome, Italy)
› SB8 209-1 — The exclusion of older people from clinical trials
Alfonso CRUZ JENTOFT (Madrid, Spain)
› SB8 209-2 — The point of view of the European Union Geriatric Medicine
Wednesday
Fostering the participation of older subjects
in clinical trials SB8 209
Society
Antonio CHERUBINI (Perugia, Italy)
Roberto BERNABEI (Rome, Italy)
› SB8 209-3 — The point of view of EMEA
Susanna DEL SIGNORE (London, UK)
› SB8 209-4 — The experience and the future of the Geriatric Working Group
in Italy
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SB8 210
Symposia
Ethnogeriatrics - Difference in screening for
gastrointestinal cancer in elderly between
orientals and westerns Room 242 B
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Hyung JOON YOO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
› SB8 210-1 — Ethnogeriatrics (differences in screening for gastrointestinal
cancer in elderly between orientals and westerns) - introduction
Hyung Joon YOO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
Dong Ho LEE (SeongNam, Republic of Korea)
William R. HAZZARD (Seattle, USA)
Chang Won WON (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
› SB8 210-2 — Characteristics and screening of gastrointestinal cancer in
Koreans
› SB8 210-3 — Principles of preventive gerontology: ethnic consideration in
screening for gastrointestinal cancer
› SB8 210-4 — Difference in clinical behavior of geriatricians about periodic
gastro-intestinal cancer screening examination for Korean-American older men
SD8 211
Digital aging Chair: Hungbong CHA (Seongnam-City, Republic of Korea)
Room 243
15.45 › 17.15
› SD8 211-1 — The development and future direction of digital aging in Korea
Donghee HAN (Busan, Republic of Korea)
› SD8 211-2 — U-Health Care program throught sensor system for older
Wednesday
persons living alone
Hyunsook YOON (Chuncheon, Republic of Korea)
Cullen HAYASHIDA (Honolulu, USA)
› SD8 211-3 — The best practice of active ageing in rural Japan by ICT
Ogawa TAKEO (Yamaguichi, Japan)
› SD8 211-4 — Home care and telehealth – The new focal point to organize
long-term caring with workforce shortages
SB8 212
The aging eye – Epidemiology, quality of life
and ultra-centenarian vision Room 251
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Marcela CYPEL (São Paulo, Brazil), Rubens BELFORT (São Paulo, Brazil)
› SB8 212-1 — From theory to daily life: the aging and aged eye,
epidemiological data
Luiz Roberto RAMOS (São Paulo, Brazil)
Flavio HIRAI (Baltimore, USA)
Marcela CYPEL (São Paulo, Brazil)
› SB8 212-2 — Actual studies for aging and vision by the World Health
Organization
› SB8 212-3 — Most frequent eye diseases on the old population
Rubens BELFORT (São Paulo, Brazil)
› SB8 212-4 — The eye beyong 100 years of age
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
Depression as a comorbidity with chronic
illness: longitudinal research from the
developed and developing world SB8 213
CME
Room 252 AB
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Lynne PARKINSON (Callaghan, Australia),
Somnath CHATTERJI (Geneva, Switzerland)
› SB8 213-1 — Arthritis and depression: the burden of suffering for older
Australian women
Lynne PARKINSON (Callaghan, Australia)
Agnes VITRY (Adelaide, Australia)
Paola ZANINOTTO (London, UK)
› SB8 213-2 — Mental health, chronic illness and antidepressant use: a longitudinal study in the Australian elderly
› SB8 213-3 — Osteoarthritis and depression: longitudinal findings from Canada
Gillian HAWKER (Toronto, Canada)
› SB8 213-4 — The role of depression in the relationship between coronary
heart disease and quality of life: results from ELSA
Predictors of longevity: 20 years of data
from the Georgia Centenarian Study SC8 214
Room Maillot
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Leonard POON (Athens, USA)
Wednesday
› SC8 214-1 — Introduction of the Georgia Centenarian Study
Leonard POON (Athens, USA)
› SC8 214-2 — Biological clock & longevity
Jonathan ARNOLD (Athens, USA)
› SC8 214-3 — Resources and adaptation predictors
Peter MARTIN (Ames, USA)
› SC8 214-4 — Neuropsychological predictors
John WOODARD (Detroit, USA)
Long-term care insurance comparison
USA-Europe SD8 215
Amphi Bordeaux
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Marja VAARAMA (Lapland, Finland)
› SD8 215-1 — An approach on budgets - A chance for Europe
Thomas KLIE (Freiburg, Germany)
› SD8 215-2 — Learning from Europe? The discussion about covering longterm care in the US
Donald REDFOOT (Washington, USA)
Anabel PELHAM (San Francisco, USA)
› SD8 215-3 — European long-term care systems in comparison
Heinz ROTHGANG (Bremen, Germany)
› SD8 215-4 — LTC insurance: filling gaps and meeting needs for care
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SD8 216
Symposia
Elder abuse: the needs for theory Chairs: Ariela LOWENSTEIN (Haifa, Israel),
Simon BIGGS (London, UK)
Room 342 A
15.45 › 17.15
› SD8 216-1 — The dynamics of elder mistreatment
Simon BIGGS (London, UK) & Ariela LOWENSTEIN (Haifa, Israel)
› SD8 216-2 — The phenomenology of family violence
Zvi EISIKOVITZ (Haifa, Israel)
› SD8 216-3 — Criminological theory and elder abuse research
Thomas GOERGEN (Muenster, Germany)
› SD8 216-4 — Elder mistreatment :social aspects
Bridget PENHALE (Sheffield, UK)
› SD8 216-5 — 39 77: a national and proximty network for listening and
intervention Françoise BUSBY (Grenoble, France)
SA8 217
CME
Chair: Franceso MATTACE-RASO (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
Wednesday
15.45 › 17.15
› SA8 217-1 — Structural and genetic bases of arterial stiffness
Stéphane LAURENT (Paris, France)
› SA8 217-2 — Inflammation and vascular properties
Charalambos VLACHOPOULOS (Athens, Greece)
› SA8 217-3 — Vascular stiffness and blood pressure changes with ageing
Francesco MATTACE-RASO (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
SD8 218
Emerging trends of population aging:
demographic perspective Room 343
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Peng DU (Beijing, China)
› SD8 218-1 — Emerging demographic trends and global implications
Kevin KINSELLA (Washington, USA)
› SD8 218-2 — Ensuing age-quake and the tremors in India
Rajagopal Dhar CHAKRABORTI (Calcutta, India)
› SD8 218-3 — New trend of population ageing and its implications in China
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Vascular aging, causes and consequences Room 342 B
Peng DU (Beijing, China)
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
Climate change, emergency
preparedness and older people SD8 219
Amphi Havane
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Mike LAKE (London, UK), Yann-Eric CLAESSENS (Paris, France)
› SD8 219-1 — The flooding disaster in the UK 2007
Alan WALKER (Sheffield, UK)
› SD8 219-2 — An evaluation of health forecasting and heat health-watch
systems in mitigating the impact of heat waves on older people
James GOODWIN (London, UK) & Tish LAING-MORTON (Exeter, UK)
Tim RANDALL (Faringdon,UK)
Gloria GUTMAN (Vancouver, Canada)
› SD8 219-3 — Vulnerability of older people and emergencies in the United
Kingdom
› SD8 219-4 — Developments in disaster planning for older people in Canada
Sleep, health and aging:addressing the
special needs of a growing geriatric
population SC8 220
Room 351
15.45 › 17.15
Chairs: Fannie ONEN (Paris, France), Harrison BLOOM (NewYork, USA)
Markku PARTINEN (Espoo, Finland)
The prevention of iatrogenic disease when
prescribing drugs and procedures SB8 221
CME
Room 352 AB
15.45 › 17.15
Wednesday
› SC8 220-1 — Aging and circadian sleep changes
Hakki ONEN (Francheville, France)
› SC8 220-2 — The role of sleep in healthy aging and longevity
Harrison BLOOM (New York, USA)
› SC8 220-3 — Sleep assessment tools for gerontologist
Fannie ONEN (Paris, France)
› SC8 220-4 — Cost and quality of life in untreated sleep apnea
Chair: Knight STEEL (Hackensack, USA)
› SB8 221-1 — The pharmacoepidemiology of drug safety in the elderly
Daniela FIALOVÁ (Prague, Czech Republic)
› SB8 221-2 — Iatrogenic conditions accompanying hospitalized patients to
post-acute nursing home care in the US
Vince MOR (Providence, USA)
› SB8 221-3 — The value of Interrai-based research on drug use and policy
Giovanni GAMBASSI (Milano, Italy)
› SB8 221-4 — Multiple problems, multiple diagnoses, multiple drugs and
multiple lists of drugs: using the Interrai assessment as a tool to protect the
frail elderly
Nigel MILLAR (Christchurch, New Zealand)
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SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SC8 222
Symposia
New assessment tools for researchers and
clinicians: international data and
perspectives Room 353
15.45 › 17.15
Chair: Ken LAIDLAW (Edinburgh, UK)
› SC8 222-1 — The attitudes to ageing questionnaire
Ken LAIDLAW (Edinburgh, UK)
› SC8 222-2 — The geriatric anxiety inventory
Nancy PACHANA (Brisbane, Australia)
› SC8 222-3 — The caregivers guilt questionnaire
Andres LOSADA (Madrid, Spain)
› SC8 222-4 — Measurement invariance and assessment of caregivers of
persons with dementia
Bob KNIGHT (Los Angeles, USA)
Award
Busse Research Award
Room 351
17.30 › 19:00
Chair: Dr. COHEN (USA)
› Lecture 1 – Disentangling the disabling process: insights from the Yale PEP
Study
Thomas GILL - Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Investigative Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine
Wednesday
› Lecture 2 - Primary aging, secondary aging and social context as influences
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on cognitive ageing through the life-course
Kaarin J. ANSTEY - Professor, Australian National University, Adjunct Professor,
Flinders University, National Health and Medical Research Council Senior Research
Fellow
Reception will follow lecture at 7:00 p.m.
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
PAQUID: already twenty years! SB8 223
Chairs: Pascale BARBERGER-GATEAU (Bordeaux, France),
Jean-François DARTIGUES (Bordeaux, France)
Wednesday 8
Amphi Bleu
17.30 › 19:00
› SB8 223-1 — Overview of the PAQUID cohort study
Jean-François DARTIGUES (Bordeaux, France)
› SB8 223-2 — Epidemiology of dementia: the PAQUID experience
Catherine HELMER (Bordeaux, France)
› SB8 223-3 — Cognition, aging of the brain and dementia: an epidemiological
perspective
Hélène AMIEVA (Bordeaux, France)
Karine PÉRES (Bordeaux, France)
› SB8 223-4 — Disabilities, dementia and depression: the PAQUID connections
State of the art and research agenda for
malnutrition in the elderly SB8 224
CME
Room 241
17.30 › 19:00
Chairs: Marco INZITARI (Barcelona, Spain), Eva TOPINKOVÁ (Prague, Czech Republic)
› SB8 224-1 — Epidemiology of nutrition in the elderly
Lisette DE GROOT (Wageningen, The Netherlands)
› SB8 224-2 — Nutrition and frailty
Antoni SALVÀ (Barcelona, Spain)
› SB8 224-3 — Nutritional assessment
Cornel SIEBER (Nürnberg, Germany)
› SB8 224-4 — Interventions to reduce undernutrition
Ibrahim ELMADFA (Vienna, Austria)
Wednesday
Room 242 A
Teaching gerontology across borders: the
17.30 › 19:00
great plains interactive distance education
alliance (great plains IDEA) and the European master’s
in gerontology (EUMAG) SC8 225
Chairs: Peter MARTIN (Ames, USA), Marja AARTSEN (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SC8 225-1 — The great plains IDEA gerontology program: an online,
interinstitutional graduate degree
Greg SANDERS (Fargo, USA)
Marja AARTSEN (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Ed ROSENBERG (Boone, USA)
› SC8 225-2 — The European master’s in gerontology: goals, curriculum, and
students
› SC8 225-3 — Challenges of gerontology education in a shrinking world
Martha MEYER (Saarbruecken, Germany)
› SC8 225-4 — Teaching experiences in a collaborative environment
Peter MARTIN (Ames, USA)
› SC8 225-5 — Discussant
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Wednesday 8
SB8 226
CME
Symposia
Emergency medicine in the elderly: how to
improve management? Room 242 B
17.30 › 19:00
Chairs: Dominique PATERON (St-Antoine, France), Jacques BODDAERT (Paris, France)
› SB8 226-1 — Emergency department: place for stratification tools and
geriatric assessment?
Jacques BODDAERT (Paris, France)
Pierre HAUSFATER (Paris, France)
Patrick RAY (Paris, France)
Fabio SALVI (Ancona, Italy)
› SB8 226-2 — Infectious diseases: how to improve diagnosis and prognosis
in emergency elderly patients
› SB8 226-3 — Dyspnea and heart failure: how to improve diagnosis and
prognosis in emergency elderly patients
› SB8 226-4 — Geriatric emergency department: is there an interest
compared with conventional emergency department ?
SD8 227
Elder abuse: a multi-country comparative
study of social policy and practice Room 243
17.30 › 19:00
Chairs: Lia DAICHMAN (Buenos Aires, Argentina),
Mala KAPUR SHANKARDASS (New Delhi, India)
› SD8 227-1 — The Québec (Canada) plan of action to reduce mistreatment of
older adults: development in 2008-2009
Marie BEAULIEU (Sherbrooke, Canada)
Nicolas BERG (Liege, Belgium)
› SD8 227-2 — Overview and impact of legislation to reduce mistreatment of
older adults adopted in may 2008 in the Walloon region (Belgium)
Wednesday
› SD8 227-3 — Elder abuse in latin America: advances in policy since MIPPA 2002
Laura MACHADO (Rio de Janerio, Brazil)
› SD8 227-4 — Protecting vulnerable older persons, « from sea to shining sea », the multi-faceted USA experience of fifty states over three decades
Susan SOMERS (Nassau, USA)
SB8 228
CME
Geriatric co-management of proximal femur
fractures: a total quality management
approach for frail older adults Room 251
17.30 › 19:00
Chair: Susan FRIEDMAN (Rochester, USA)
› SB8 228-1 — Demographics of hip fractures, falls, and osteoporosis
Robert MCCANN (Rochester, USA)
› SB8 228-2 — Development of a geriatric fracture center program
Stephen KATES (Rochester, USA)
› SB8 228-3 — Optimizing the care of hip fracture patients: a geriatrician’s
perspective
Daniel MENDELSON (Rochester, USA)
Susan FRIEDMAN (Rochester, USA)
› SB8 228-4 — Outcomes of care in a geriatric fracture center program
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
Home care to older adults: challenges and
promise SC8 229
Room 252 AB
17.30 › 19:00
Chair: Liat AYALON (Ramat-Gan, Israel)
› SC8 229-1 — Home care in Europe: the experience of the ADHOC study
Graziano ONDER (Rome, Italy)
› SC8 229-2 — Drug use and compliance in home care elderly in Europe Experiences from the ADHOC (aged in home care) project
Daniela FIALOVA (Prague, Czech Republic)
Liat AYALON (Ramat Gan, Israel)
Patricia AREAN (San Francisco, USA)
› SC8 229-3 — Family and family-like transfers within around the clock
foreign home care system
› SC8 229-4 — Providing psychotherapy in the home: the results of three projects
Psychosocial interventions in dementia care:
effectiveness and implementation SD8 230
Room Maillot
17.30 › 19:00
Chairs: Esme MONIZ-COOK (Hull, UK),
Myrra VERNOOIJ-DASSEN (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
› SD8 230-1 — Multi-component, tailored interventions in community care
and in long-term institutional care
Ulla ELONIEMI-SULKAVA (Helsinki, Finland)
Myrra VERNOOIJ-DASSEN (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
Esme MONIZ-COOK (Hull, UK)
› SD8 230-2 — Innovatives practices to support families of dementia patients
Inge CANTEGREIL (Paris, France)
› SD8 230-3 — Obstacles in applying psychosocial interventions in dementia care
Rabih CHATTAT (Bologna, Italy)
› SD8 230-4 — The process of implementation of psychosocial interventions:
› SD8 230-5 — Psychosocial intervention for challenging behaviour in dementia
Healthy ageing: population studies on
biological, clinical and psychosocial
determinants SA8 231
Wednesday
quality indicators for psychosocial interventions in Europe
Amphi Bordeaux
17.30 › 19:00
Chairs: Tom KIRKWOOD (Newcastle, UK),
Jacobijn GUSSEKLOO (Leiden, The Netherlands)
› SA8 231-1 — Being 85 in the 21 century
Carol JAGGER (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK)
› SA8 231-2 — Research engagement with the very old
Karen DAVIES (Newcastle, UK)
› SA8 231-3 — Genetic contributions to healthy longevity
Rudi WESTENDORP (Leiden, The Netherlands)
› SA8 231-4 — Biomarker assessments of healthy ageing
st
Thomas VON ZGLINICKI (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK)
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SAT: Satellite industry session
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Wednesday 8
SC8 232
Symposia
Room 342 A
Immigration among older migrants of color 17.30 › 19:00
Chair: James JACKSON (Ann Arbor, USA)
› SC8 232-1 — Caribbean black migration to the United States
James JACKSON (Ann Arbor, USA)
› SC8 232-2 — African migration to France, UK and South Africa: a comparative study
Claudine ATTIAS-DONFUT (Paris, France)
James NAZROO (Manchester, UK)
Sam NOH (Toronto, Canada)
› SC8 232-3 — Older ethnic minority people in England: inequalities for postmigrant populations
› SC8 232-4 — Age at immigration and health: preliminary results from the
Canadian community health survey
SA8 233
Role of cellular senescence and oxidative
stress in tissue ageing. A Link-Age
sponsored symposium Room 342 B
17.30 › 19:00
Chair: Florence DEBACQ-CHAINIAUX (Namur, Belgium)
› SA8 233-1 — Role of the proteasome in proteolysis of oxidated proteins in
ageing
Tilman GRUNE (Stuttgart, Germany)
Bertrand FRIGUET (Paris, France)
Florence DEBACQ-CHAINIAUX (Namur, Belgium)
Alain MEYBECK (Courbevoie, France)
› SA8 233-2 — Role of the methionine sulfoxide reductase system in protein
repair during ageing
Wednesday
› SA8 233-3 — Role of insulin-like growth factor binding proteins and DNA
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damage in UVB-induced premature senescence
› SA8 233-4 — Role of vitamin D-dependent pathways and P53 in cellular
senescence
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Wednesday 8
Immigration, emigration and aging:
multisocietal perspectives SD8 234
Room 343
17.30 › 19:00
Chairs: Sara CARMEL (Beer-Sheva, Israel),
Jo-Ann DAMRON-RODRIGUEZ (Los Angeles, USA)
› SD8 234-1 — The older immigrant and the helping professions:
perspectives on change, transitions, loss and grief
Terence SEEDSMAN (Melbourne, Australia)
Sara CARMEL (Beer Sheva, Israel)
Jo-Ann DAMRON-RODRIGUEZ (Los Angeles, USA)
Susan FELDMAN (Melbourne, Australia)
› SD8 234-2 — Psychosocial resources, health, functioning and wellbeing of
old immigrants to Israel: a comparative longitudinal observation
› SD8 234-3 — Aging, immigration, and family care giving: a cross-national
comparison: Australia, Israel, & the USA
› SD8 234-4 — The politics of global aging: lessons from three nations
Fernando M. TORRES-GIL (Los Angeles, USA)
› SD8 234-5 — Research challenges in recruitment and retention of migrant
older people from cultural diverse communities
Silver Workers Institute session SD8 235
Chair: Yung-Ping CHEN (Newton, USA)
Amphi Havane
17.30 › 19:00
part-time work
Bert LOKHORST (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
S: Symposium
W: Workshop
O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
Wednesday
› SD8 235-1 — Key policies and practices for silver workers in Europe
Genevieve REDAY-MULVEY (Geneva, Switzerland)
› SD8 235-2 — Understanding the workplace design for older workers
Peter BUCKLE (Surrey, UK)
› SD8 235-3 — An empirical study of economic and voluntary work of retired staff
Jurgen DELLER (Lüneburg, Germany) & Leena MAXIN (Geneva, Switzerland)
› SD8 235-4 — Progress towards the employment of silver workers through
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Wednesday 8
SB8 236
Symposia
The international database inquiry on frailty
(FRDATA): a common approach to a complex
problem Room 352 AB
17.30 › 19:00
Chair: Howard BERGMAN (Montréal, Canada)
› SB8 236-1 — FRDATA: an overview of the results across international
databases
Nadia SOURIAL (Montréal, Canada)
Hélène PAYETTE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
Jack GURALNIK (Bethesda, USA)
› SB8 236-2 — Frailty in the longitudinal aging study Amsterdam
Dorly DEEG (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
› SB8 236-3 — Frailty in the nuage study (nutrition as a determinant of
successful aging)
› SB8 236-4 — Challenges in choosing suitable measures for the
identification frailty
SB8 237
Nation wide implementation of evidence
based fall prevention programmes Room 353
17.30 › 19:00
Chair: John CAMPBELL (Dunedin, New Zealand)
› SB8 237-1 — Research basis for a national fall prevention programme
John CAMPBELL (Dunedin, New Zealand)
› SB8 237-2 — Research evidence for fall prevention strategies in residential
Wednesday
care
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Ngaire KERSE (Auckland, New Zealand)
John CAMPBELL (Dunedin, New Zealand)
› SB8 237-3 — Optimising value for money from falls prevention
Clare ROBERTSON (Dunedin, New Zealand)
› SB8 237-4 — Implementation of a nation wide programme to prevent falls
and injuries
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
› Thursday 9 July
Scientific Programme
Track A: Biological Sciences
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Other session
CME
Continuing medical education
Translation English/French provided
Thursday
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SAT: Satellite industry session
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Synopsis
Thursday 9
07.45 ›
08.30 ›
08.45 ›
10.15 ›
Room 342 A
Level 3
Late Breaking News
WD9 239
2 late breaking
news
Developing
age-friendly communities: practice and
policy initiatives from
across the world
p 167
SA9 247
3 late breaking
news
Pleiotropic
antagonism: agedependent diseases
as the price for the
vigour of youth
p 167
Room 342 B
Level 3
Room 343
Level 3
SB9 248
SD9 249
p 167
Late Breaking News
08.45 ›
10.15 ›
Amphi Bordeaux
Level 3
p 168
CME
How to improve the care of Urbanisation and
elderly people with diabetes? ageing: neighbourThe Alfediam/SFGG french- hood influences on
speaking group for the study social integration
of diabetes in the elderly and health inequality
p 168
Amphi Havane
Level 3
Room 351
Level 3
Room 352 AB
Level 3
SB9 250
SD9 251
SB9 252
The role of anti- From sensors to
aging medicine in informatics-based
the aged society - telehomecare:
Japanese
making remote
perspective
monitoring work
p 169
CME
Physical activity
for older
persons
p 169
p 170
p 169
Room 353
Level 3
SD9 253
Symposium
on supporting
elderly people
discharged from
hospitals
Amphi Bordeaux - Level 3
10.30 ›
Closing Ceremony
p 171
Thursday
11.00 ›
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
p 170
Late Breaking News & Workshop
Late Breaking News
› 7:45
Thursday 9
Amphi Bordeaux
7.45 › 8:30
Cross-cultural study of elderly attitudes toward residence preferences; the relationship between elderly parents and children
Shoji OKUYAMA - Tokyo Keizai University, Contemporary Law (Kokubunji, Japan)
Luis Miguel GUTIERREZ - Instituto Nacional de Geriatría, Institutos Nacionales de
Salud (Mexico City, Mexico)
› 8:05
The Mexican flu and the elderly: an unexpectedly low mortality rate
Room 342 A
Workshop
7.45 › 8:30
Developing age-friendly communities:
practice and policy initiatives from across the world
WD9 239
Chair: Jeni WARBURTON (Victoria, Australia)
› Speakers panel:
Jo-Anne EVERINGHAM (Brisbane, Australia)
Anthea TINKER (London, UK)
Andrew SCHARLACH (Berkeley, USA)
Late Breaking News
› 8:45
› 9:15
› 9:45
Amphi Bordeaux
8.45 › 10:15
Older patients with type 2 diabetes derive substantial benefits from blood
pressure lowering with perindopril-indapamide John Chalmers - The George Institute for International Health, Professorial Division
(Sydney, Australia)
The Randomized Evaluation of Long term anticoagulant therapy (RE-LY)
study: rationale and design
Jean-Yves Le Heuzey - Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou (Paris, France)
How fast you walk predicts how long you live: pooled data from 34,370 older
adults
Stephanie Studenski - University of Pittsburgh, Internal Medicine (Pittsburgh,
United States)
Thursday
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Thursday 9
SA9 247
Symposia
Room 342 A
Pleiotropic antagonism: age-dependent
8.45 › 10:15
diseases as the price for the vigour of youth Chair: Georg WICK (Innsbruck, Austria)
› SA9 247-1 — The concept of pleiotropic antagonism - Fundamental tradeoffs in the biology of aging
Jay OLSHANSKY (Chicago, USA)
› SA9 247-2 — Atherosclerosis - An age associated autoimmune disease
Georg WICK (Innsbruck, Austria)
›
SA9 247-3 — Aging of innate and adaptive immunity
› SA9 247-4 — Human muscle aging and cellular senescence
SB9 248
CME
Room 342 B
How to improve the care of elderly people
8.45 › 10:15
with diabetes? The Alfediam/SFGG Frenchspeaking group for the study of diabetes in the elderly Chair: Alan SINCLAIR (Luton, UK)
› SB9 248-1 — Individualized targets for glycemic control in elderly diabetic
people
Ulrich VISHER (Thonex-Geneva, Switzerland)
› SB9 248-2 — Prevention and screening of diabetes related complications;
targets for associated cardio-vascular risk factors in elderly people with
diabetes
Jean-Frédéric BLICKLE (Strasbourg, France)
› SB9 248-3 — Aging and diabetes in the French population: epidemiology,
quality of care and perspectives for improvements: entred 2001 through
entred 2007
Anne FAGOT-CAMPAGNA (Saint Maurice, France)
Isabelle BOURDEL-MARCHASSON (Pessac, France)
› SB9 248-4 — Quality of life in French elderly diabetic subjects: entred 2007-
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Symposia
Thursday 9
Urbanisation and ageing: neighbourhood
influences on social integration and health
inequality SD9 249
Room 343
8.45 › 10:15
Chair: Christopher PHILLIPSON (Keele, UK)
› SD9 249-1 — Urbanisation and ageing: social divisions and neighbourhood
change
Christopher PHILLIPSON (Keele, UK)
Fleur THOMESE (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Jessica KELLEY-MOORE (Cleveland, USA)
› SD9 249-2 — The onset of the third age in late modernity: consequences for
neighbourhood integration in early old age
› SD9 249-3 — The housing situation and residential strategies of older people
Catherine BONVALET (Paris, France)
› SD9 249-4 — Cumulative dis/advantage, community type, and disability: re-examining racial health disparities in older adulthood
The role of anti-aging medicine in the
aged society - Japanese perspective SB9 250
Amphi Havane
8.45 › 10:15
Chair: Hajime ORIMO (Yamanashi, Japan)
› SB9 250-1 — The activity of Japanese society of anti-aging medicine
Toshikazu YOSHIKAWA (Kyoto, Japan)
› SB9 250-2 — Caracteristics of Japanese centenarians
Takuji SHIRASAWA (Tokyo, Japan)
› SB9 250-3 — Japanese foods and functional nutriology
Shaw WATANABE (Tokyo, Japan)
Room 351
From sensors to informatics-based tele8.45 › 10:15
homecare: making remote monitoring work SD9 251
Chair: Mary PARKER (Alexandria, USA)
› SD9 251-1 — Developing user-driven approaches to research and
development for ambient technologies
Andrew SIXSMITH (Vancouver, Canada)
David KUTZIK (Philadelphia, USA)
Anthony GLASCOCK (Philadelphia, USA)
Charles WILLEMS (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
› SD9 251-2 — It’s all about implementation: lessons learned from the USA,
the UK and The Netherlands
› SD9 251-3 — Care informatics: the essential component for remote
monitoring implementation
Thursday
› SD9 251-4 — Integrating behavioral monitoring in telehomecare: a report
from The Netherlands
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O: Oral communications session
SAT: Satellite industry session
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Thursday 9
SB9 252
CME
Symposia
Physical activity for older persons Chair: Louis BHERER (Montréal, Canada)
Room 352 AB
8.45 › 10:15
› SB9 252-1 — Physical activity, mobility, obesity, and aging
Martin BROCHU (Sherbrooke, Canada)
› SB9 252-2 — Aging, physical activity and cardiorespiratory function
Laurent BOSQUET (Poitiers, France)
› SB9 252-3 — The effect of physical activity on cognition and psychological
well-being in frail and non-frails older persons
Louis BHERER (Montréal, Canada)
SD9 253
Symposium on supporting elderly people
discharged from hospitals Room 353
8.45 › 10:15
Chairs: Edward LEUNG (Hong Kong, China), Peter HUNTER (Melbourne, Australia)
› SD9 253-1 — Integrated discharge support programme for elderly patients
in Hong Kong
Edward LEUNG (Hong Kong, China)
Philip POI (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Peter HUNTER (Caulfield, Australia)
› SD9 253-2 — Current discharge support programmes for the frail elderly
patients in Malaysia
Thursday
› SD9 253-3 — Residential aged care integration programme
Michal BOYD (Takapuna, New Zealand)
› SD9 253-4 — Victorian harp - CDM experience
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Track A: Biological Sciences
Track C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Other session
Track B: Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Track D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Closing ceremony
Closing Ceremony
Thursday 9
Amphi Bordeaux
10.30 › 11.00
Thursday
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SAT: Satellite industry session
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› Posters
Posters are organized in four areas at level 2 and
level 3, following their theme (Track A, B, C or D).
See maps pages 176 & 177
During the poster session, between 12.15 and
13.45, poster presenters are attending their poster
so that delegates can discuss it, ask questions, get
more information.
Mondays’ posters programme on page 178
Tuesdays’ posters programme on page 243
Wednesdays’ posters programme on page 309
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› Posters
The Congress Organizing Committee acknowledged the submission of over 4400
abstracts from all over the world. All abstracts have been reviewed and assessed
by the International Scientific Committee.
Abstracts are presented as oral communications and posters. Oral
communications have been integrated to the first part of the programme, and
posters are presented on Monday 6, Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 July. Posters
are changing each day.
How to read the programme?
As the oral programme, the posters programme is divided in four main themes:
A: Biological Sciences
B: Health Sciences and Geriatric Medicine
C: Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
D: Social Research, Policy and Practice
Each poster owns a poster code, to be located in the poster areas, and to find
the abstracts in the supplement of the Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging,
available in congress bags.
Example:
PC8 591
Poster
Track C
Board
number
Date (Wednesday July 8)
(Behavourial & Psychological sciences)
Poster sessions will take place on Monday 6, Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 July
2009 from 12.15 pm to 1.45 pm.
During this time-slot, poster presenters will attend their poster in order to
discuss with the congress delegates.
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› Posters practical information
Posters will be changed every day and each poster will be displayed for one day
only. (Day of display has been notified in the confirmation letter).
Posters dimensions: 120 cm heights x 90 cm width
Set-up: as from 7.30 am
Display timeframe: all day long (only one day per poster, assigned)
Dismantling: 7.00 pm AT THE LATEST
Poster presenters are requested to proceed to the Poster Desk first, located in
the Welcome area (see maps below), where they will be given their official poster
voucher and hanging material.
The organizing committee will not be responsible for any material lost or
damaged if they are not promptly removed.
175
Track A
Biological Sciences
Boards 01 to 61
176
Track B
Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
Boards 62 to 546
351
Amphi Havane
Track C - Behavourial
and Psychological
Sciences
Boards 547 to 680
Amphi Bordeaux
Poster
Desk
› Poster Area, Level 3
Welcome Area
341
› Poster Area, Level 2
241
67
64
Track B
es / Geriatric Medicine
Boards 62 to 546
68
66
Track D
Social Research,
Policy and Practice
Boards 681 to 899
69
71
Room
Maillot
177
Posters
Monday 6
Track A - Biological Sciences
PA6 001 › TRAJECTORIES OF CHANGES IN HEALTH STATUS IN OLDER CANADIANS
Longevity
A. Mitnitski*, X. SONG, K. ROCKWOOD (Halifax, Canada)
PA6 002 ›
SMOKING HABITS AND MORTALITY AMONG THE OLDEST OLD – DOES
PREVIOUS SMOKING HISTORY MATTER?
PA6 003 ›
THE SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM RS1050450 IN GPX1 IS ASSOCIATED
WITH HUMAN LONGEVITY
Monday
R. Jacobsen*, B. JEUNE, K. CHRISTENSEN (Odense, Denmark)
M. Soerensen*, T. STEVNSNER, V. BOHR, K. CHRISTENSEN, L. CHRISTIANSEN
(Odense, Denmark)
Mechanisms of ageing
PA6 004 ›
THE ROLE OF NEUROACTIVE STEROIDS IN THE PROCESSIONS OF LEARNING
AND MEMORY OF OLD RATS
PA6 005 ›
THE CELL PROLIFERATION AND APOPTOSIS IN THE PRESENCE OF AMINO
ACIDS IN ORGANOTYPIC CULTURE OF TISSUES OF DIFFERENT AGE
V. Sashkov*, N. SELVEROVA, T. DZGANDAROVA (Moscow, Russian Federation)
V. Khavinson*, N. CHALISOVA, V. LESNYAK (ST Petersburg, Russian Federation)
PA6 006 ›
GLYCATION AND AGING: THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE
E. BOULANGER*, C. GAXATTE, F. PUISIEUX (LILLE, France)
PA6 007 ›
CHROMOSOMES MODIFICATION AT THE OLD AGE
T. Lezhava* (Tbilisi, Georgia)
PA6 008 ›
APOPTOSIS INCREASE IN TUMORS OF AGED COMPARED TO YOUNG MICE IS
INVERSELY PROPORTIONAL TO AKR LYMPHOMA MALIGNANCY
O. Itzhaki*, T. KAPTZAN, E. SKUTELSKY, J. SINAI, G. SCHIBY, M. HUSZAR, A. SIEGAL, J. LEIBOVICI (Tel-Aviv, Israel)
PA6 009 ›
GROWTH ARREST-SPECIFIC GENE 6 PLAYS A ROLE IN AGEING KIDNEY
THROUGH ADVANCED GLYCATION ENDPRODUCTS
H. Arai*, T. MATSUBARA, T. KITA (Kyoto, Japan)
PA6 010 ›
A POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF HEAT SHOCK PROTEINS IN PROCESS OF SENESCENCE
V. Semenkov*, E. KOVALENKO, A. SAPOZHNIKOV (Moscow, Russian Federation)
PA6 011 ›
TOP-DOWN CONTROL ANALYSIS OF AGING EFFECT ON MITOCHONDRIAL
OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION IN RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE
G. Gouspillou*, I. BOURDEL-MARCHASSON, R. ROULAND, G. CALMETTES, J. FRANCONI, P. DIOLEZ (Bordeaux, France)
PA6 012 ›
ROLE OF HYOTHALAMIC NEUROPEPTIDE Y IN THE BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF
CALORIE RESTRICTION
T. Chiba*, H. YAMAZA, I. SHIMOKAWA (Nagasaki, Japan)
PA6 013 ›
A STRUCTURAL, PHYSICAL BASIS FOR CELLULAR REPLICATIVE SENESCENCE
PA6 014 ›
ANXIETY, DEPRESSION AND MEDIAL TEMPORAL LOBE ATROPHY IN NORMAL
YOUNG-OLD ADULTS: THE PATH THROUGH LIFE STUDY
A. Aranda-Anzaldo*, A. MAYA-MENDOZA (Toluca, Mexico)
N. Cherbuin*, C. RÉLADE-MESLIN, P. SACHDEV, K. ANSTEY (Canberra, Australia)
178
Posters
PA6 015 ›
Monday 6
AGING, BIOSTRUCTURE AND CARCINOGENESIS
O. Galavina* (Kharkov, Ukraine)
PA6 016 ›
DECAY OF FREE RECALL WITH SPARING OF MEMORY ENCODING AS A FEATURE
OF NORMAL AGING: CLUES FROM THE ENHANCED CUED RECALL TEST
PA6 017 ›
ROLE OF SMALL PEPTIDES FOR EPIGENETIC REGULATION
V. Lino*, R. O SOUZA, L. C ALVES (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
V. Khavinson*, V. MALININ (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)
PA6 018 ›
AGE-DEPENDENT CELLULAR ENERGY METABOLISM IN NEWLY ECLOSED AND
OLD HONEYBEES (APIS MELLIFERA)
C. Hsu*, Y. CHAN, Y. CHUANG, Y. HSIEH (Tao-Yuan, Taiwan)
AGING ALTERS PPARGAMMA IN RODENT AND HUMAN ADIPOSE TISSUE BY
MODULATING THE BALANCE IN SRC-1
PA6 020 ›
AGE- AND CASTE-DEPENDENT SIGNATURES OF DNA REPAIR GENE
EXPRESSION AND MITOCHONDRIAL MAINTENANCE IN HONEYBEE MUSCLE
F. Picard*, S. MIARD, L. DOMBROWSKI, S. CARTER, L. BOIVIN (Québec, Canada)
Monday
PA6 019 ›
R. Aamodt* (Aas, Norway)
PA6 021 ›
RESPONSE OF MUSCLE-SPECIFIC E3 LIGASE MAFBX/ATROGIN-1 AND MURF1
TO PRESSURE-INDUCED DEEP TISSUE INJURY
P. Siu*, E. TAM, J. NG, B. TENG, X. PEI, I. BENZIE, A. MAK (Hong Kong, China)
PA6 022 ›
CHANGE IN DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE SULFATE IS ASSOCIATED WITH
CHANGING FUNCTION IN THE OLDEST OLD
J. Sanders*, R. BOUDREAU, A. CAPPOLA, A. ARNOLD, P. CHAVES, J. ROBBINS, M. CUSHMAN, A. NEWMAN (Pittsburgh, United States)
PA6 023 ›
ON THE NATURE OF AGING
I. Semsei* (Nyiregyhaza, Hungary)
PA6 024 ›
FRAILTY SYNDROME AND INFLAMMATORY MARKERS: TNF-ALFA AND STNFR1
ANALYSES IN FRAIL WOMEN FROM COMMUNITY
L. Lustosa*, L. PEREIRA, F. COELHO, A. PARENTONI, D. PEREIRA, J. SILVA, V. GONÇALVES (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PA6 025 ›
EVOLUTION OF ASYMMETRIC DAMAGE SEGREGATION
PA6 026 ›
AGE-RELATED IMPAIRMENT OF THE LATE PHASE OF LTP IN PS1 KNOCK-IN
MOUSE MODEL OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
A. Rashidi*, T. KIRKWOOD, D. SHANLEY (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK)
A. AUFFRET*, V. GAUTHERON, J. MARIANI, C. ROVIRA (Paris, France)
PA6 027 ›
STOP OF THE ONTOGENESIS CLOCK, PREDECESSOR MAMMAL’S HIBERNATION
POSSIBLE KEY FOR ABOLITION OF AGEING?
PA6 028 ›
RELATIONSHIP OF ALPHA-SYNUCLEIN PATHOLOGY BETWEEN EPICARDIUM
AND DORSAL VAGAL NUCLEI
V. Golub* (Cherkasy, Ukraine)
Y. Fujita*, M. TAKATAMA, K. OKAMOTO (Maebashi, Japan)
PA6 029 ›
AGING, DIABETES MELLITUS AND ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION: AN
UNEXPECTED RELATIONSHIP
M. El Assar *, S. VALLEJO, M. CASTRO, L. RODRÍGUEZ (GETAFE, MADRID, Spain)
PA6 030 ›
AGEING AS THE SHRINKAGE OF THE HOMEODYNAMIC SPACE
S. Rattan* (Aarhus, Denmark)
179
Monday 6
Posters
PA6 031 ›
INDIVIDUAL LIFE HISTORY, BEHAVIOR, AND BIOMARKERS OF AGEING
N. Goncharova* (Sochi, Russian Federation)
New technologies (biomarkers, imaging, stem cells…)
PA6 032 ›
GRAY MATTER VOLUMETRIC CHANGES ON NON-DEMENTED ELDERS: THE
GENDER INFLUENCE ON THE CEREBRAL CORTEX
P. Curiati*, J. TAMASHIRO, P. SQUARZONI, P. MENEZES, F. DURAN, C. LEITE, L. SANTOS, H. VALLADA, M. SCAZUFCA, G. BUSATTO, T. ALVES (São Paulo, Brazil)
Monday
PA6 033 ›
ELDERLY EPILEPSY: INTEREST OF QUANTITATIVE
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY (QEEG)
C. FOGUEM*, D. FERRIBY, J. GOMEL, M. BECKER SCHEINDER, F. PIETTE, C. SEBBAN
(BESANCON, France)
PA6 034 ›
STNFR-1 IS AN EARLY INFLAMMATORY MARKER IN COMMUNITY VERSUS
INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY WOMEN
F. Coelho*, F. NARCISO , D. OLIVEIRA, D. PEREIRA, M. TEIXEIRA, D. SOUZA, L. PEREIRA (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PA6 035 ›
SIMPLE SCREENING FOR DRY MOUTH
W. Sakamoto*, T. KANEHIRA, T. YAMAGUCHI, J. TAKEHARA, Y. FUJII, K. ASANO, S. YUKAWA (Ishikari, Japan)
PA6 036 ›
A NEW CLASS OF MRI STRIATAL DOPAMINERGIC RECEPTOR IMAGING AGENTS
M. Shafiee Ardestani*, M. AMANLOU, A. JABBARI, S. SADAT EBRAHIMI (Tehran,
Islamic Republic of Iran)
PA6 037 ›
TELOMERIC AND SUBTELOMERIC STRUCTURAL CHANGE WITH AGING IN
CHRONICALLY ILL PATIENTS
T. Maeda*, J. OYAMA, Y. HIGUCHI, N. MAKINO (Beppu, Japan)
PA6 038 ›
COGNTIVE POTENTIEL (P300): A VALUABLE METHOD TO EVALUATE CEREBRAL
SENESCENCE
C. De JAEGER* (Paris, France)
PA6 039 ›
STUDY OF THE TELOMERE LENGTH AND DIFFERENT MARKERS OF OXIDATIVE
STRESS IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON DISEASE
A. BENETOS*, G. WATFA, C. DRAGONAS, R. NZIETCHUENG, R. DITTRICH, C. ALECU,
C. SIEBER (Vandoeuvre Lès Nancy, France)
PA6 040 ›
BIOMARKERS OF HUMAN AGEING: THE NEWCASTLE 85+ STUDY
C. Martin-Ruiz*, T. KIRKWOOD, K. DAVIES, J. COLLERTON, T. VON ZGLINICKI, (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom)
PA6 041 ›
STABLE MAGNETIC ISOTOPES AS THE BASIS FOR THE NEW ANTI-AGING
BIOTECHNOLOGY
L. Tumanova*, V. KOLTOVER, T. BOGATYRENKO, E. KUDRYASHOVA, U. SHEVCHENKO, L. TUMANOVA (Moscow Region, Russian Federation)
PA6 042 ›
DYNAMICS OF MITOCHONDRIAL CRISTAE, THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO PROTEIN
EXCHANGE WITHIN MITOCHONDRIA
J. Bereiter-Hahn*, D. DIKOV, S. MAI, M. JENDRACH, V. SUKHORUKOV, I. WITTIG
(Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
PA6 043 ›
COMPLEXITY, CHAOS, AND FRACTALITY IN AGING: FRACTAL LACUNARITY CAN
MEASURE PHYSIO/PATHOLOGIC AGING
A. Zaia* (Ancona, Italy)
180
Posters
PA6 044 ›
Monday 6
HIGHER EXPRESSION OF MACROMOLECULAR FORMS AND C-TERMINAL
DOMAIN OF PLASMA FIBRONECTIN MORE FREQUENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH
ALZHEIMER
J. Leszek* (Wroclaw, Poland)
Ways of affecting the ageing process
PA6 045 ›
ORAL POLYAMINE DECREASES MORTALITY IN AGED MICE AND THE INCIDENCE
OF AGE-ASSOCIATED PATHOLOGIES
K. Soda*, Y. DOBASHI, Y. KANO, F. KONISHI (Saitama, Japan)
ORAL POLYAMINE DECREASES THE DEATH IN AGED MICE AND AGINGASSOCIATED PATHOLOGY
PA6 047 ›
« SCIENCE AGAINST AGING » - A COMPLEX INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM OF
FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH
K. Soda* (Saitama, Japan)
Monday
PA6 046 ›
M. Batin*, A. MOSKALEV, V. NOVOSELTSEV, A. MICHALSKI, E. TERESHINA (SaintPetersburg, Russian Federation)
PA6 048 ›
MUSCLE STRENGTH BUT NOT FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH
PLASMA IL-6 LEVELS OF COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY WOMEN
L. Pereira*, D. OLIVEIRA, F. NARCISO, F. COELHO, J. DIAS, M. SANTOS, D. PEREIRA,
R. DIAS (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PA6 049 ›
INTAKE LEVELS AND MAJOR FOOD SOURCES OF ENERGY AND NUTRIENTS IN
THE RAJASTHANESE ELDERLY (INDIA)
M. Lata*, A. BHATIA (Bharatpur, India)
PA6 050 ›
CONCEPT OF AGE-RELATED PATHOLOGY AND ACCELERATED AGEING
PREVENTION, REDUCTION OF PREMATURE MORTALITY
L. Kozlov*, V. KHAVINSON, O. MIKHAILOVA, G. RYZHAK (Saint Petersburg,
Russian Federation)
PA6 051 ›
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE IN AGING IS ASSOCIATED WITH AN UP-REGULATION
OF AT1 AND DOWN-REGULATION OF D1 RECEPTORS IN THE KIDNEY
M. Asghar*, G. CHUGH, D. DIZ, M. LOKHANDWALA (Houston, United States)
PA6 052 ›
THE EFFECT OF WHOLE BODY VIBRATION AMPLITUDE AND FREQUENCY ON
LEG MUSCLE ACTIVITY AND ACCELERATION THROUGHOUT THE BODY
R. Pollock*, F. MARTIN (London, United Kingdom)
PA6 053 ›
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE INFLUENCES CELLULAR METABOLISM IN CANINE
DERMAL FIBROBLAST
T. TSAI*, C. HSU (Kwei-Shan Tao-Yuan, Taiwan)
PA6 054 ›
AGE RELATIONS OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW, CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
MOBILITY AND CRANIAL COMPLIANCE
Y. Moskalenko*, G. WEINSTEIN, T. KRAVCHENKO, N. SAMUS, N. RIABCHIKOVA,
A. PANOV, V. SEMERNIA, A. FEILDING, P. HALVORSON (St Petersburg, Russian Federation)
PA6 055 ›
CIRCULATING LEVELS OF IL-18 AND APOE GENOTYPE IN ALZHEIMER’S PATIENTS
PA6 056 ›
DOES HELICOBACTER PYLORI CHRONIC INFECTION PLAY A ROLE IN
ALZHEIMER DEMENTIA OCCURRENCE?
M. Reale*, L. VELLUTO, C. IARLORI, V. BELLANTE, D. GAMBI (Chieti, Italy)
N. SALLES*, L. LUC, B. ALICE, J. ALEXANDRE, D. JEAN-FRANÇOIS, M. FRANCIS
(PESSAC, France)
181
Monday 6
PA6 057 ›
Posters
CAN « BLUE-ENRICHED » OR CONTROL WHITE LIGHT INFLUENCE SLEEP,
MOOD AND ALERTNESS IN OLDER PEOPLE?
K. Lederle*, B. MIDDLETON, T. SLETTEN, V. REVELL, D. SKENE (Guildford,
United Kingdom)
PA6 058 ›
HELICOBACTER PYLORI CHRONIC INFECTION AND ALZHEIMER DEMENTIA:
PRELIMINARY RESULTS
C. Roubaud-Baudron*, K. PIERRE, M. FRANCIS, S. NATHALIE (Bordeaux,
France)
Monday
PA6 059 ›
STRATEGIES TO REVERSE IRON- AND AGE-INDUCED RECOGNITION MEMORY
DEFICITS: THE USE OF ROSUVASTATIN
M. De Lima*, R. RECH, A. DORNELLES, V. GARCIA, G. VEDANA, L. ALCALDE, N. SCHRODER (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PA6 060 ›
CHANGE IN H-P-A ACTIVITY IN RATS CAUSED BY OXIDATIVE STRESS DURING
AGING, AND ITS PREVENTION BY VITAMIN E
S. Urano*, T. TAKAHASHI, N. KOBAYASHI (Saitama-city, Japan)
PA6 061 ›
ANTI-LIPOLYTIC EFFECT OF ENOS DERIVED FROM ADIPOCYTES ACT THROUGH
PROTEIN S-NITROSYLATION, ASSOCIATED WITH REGULATION OF FATTY LIVER
Y. Yamada*, M. ETO, Y. ITO, S. MOCHIZUKI, H. OTA, S. OGAWA, K. IIJIMA, K. KOZAKI,
K. TOBA, M. AKISHITA, Y. OUCHI (Tokyo, Japan)
Track B - Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
PB6 062 ›
NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN ELDERLY INPATIENTS WITH MILD COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT
Alzheimer’s / Dementia / Cognitive decline / MCI
G. Orsitto*, F. FULVIO, D. TRIA, V. TURI, A. VENEZIA, C. MANCA (Gioia del Colle, Italy)
PB6 063 ›
AMINOFF SUFFERING SYNDROME (ASS) A NEW PATHOLOGICAL ENTITY IN
END-STAGE DEMENTIA
PB6 064 ›
MINI-SUFFERING STATE EXAMINATION: POSSIBLE KEY CRITERION FOR 6
MONTHS SURVIVAL AND MORTALITY IN END-STAGE DEMENTIA
B. Aminoff* (Ramat Gan, Israel)
B. Aminoff* (Ramat Gan, Israel)
PB6 065 ›
DIAGNOSTIC OF ALZHEIMER DISEASE IN QUéBEC. EVALUATION OF PRACTICE
PROFIL OF MEDIACAL SPECIALISTS
PB6 066 ›
ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEALTH UTILITIES, QUALITY OF
LIFE, AND HEALTH CARE COSTS IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
PB6 067 ›
GERIATRICS D REFUSAL PHENOMENON WITH END STAGE DEMENTIA PATIENTS
G. Lacombe* (Sherbrooke, Canada)
E. Miller*, L. SCHNEIDER, R. ROSENHECK (Providence, USA)
B. Aminoff* (Ramat Gan, Israel)
PB6 068 ›
RISK FACTORS AND RESILIENCE: HEALTH OUTCOMES IN FAMILY CAREGIVERS
OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
PB6 069 ›
MILD DEMENTIA AND OUTCOMES OF GETTING LOST WHILE DRIVING
P. Shuter*, H. EDWARDS, S. SACRE (Brisbane, Australia)
L. Hunt*, A. BROWN (Hillsboro, United States)
182
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 070 ›
SOCIAL INEQUALITIES AND CORRELATES OF COGNITIVE DISABILITY IN THE
ELDERLY
PB6 071 ›
ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION IN RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA: ANALYSIS OF
RESIDENT ANALYSIS INSTRUMENT (RAI) DATA
S. BELBRAOUET*, J. RAVAUD, N. CHAU, L. GROUP (MONCTON, Canada)
P. Wielandt* (Edmonton, Canada)
PB6 072 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT (MCI) AND
FUNCTIONAL CAPACITIES
S. Pakzad*, P. BOURQUE, M. RICHARD, D. COLLETTE (Moncton, Canada)
PB6 073 ›
P. GRANATO*, O. GODEFROY, S. VINAKAR, M. BOUCART, R. BRUYER (Valenciennes,
France)
PB6 074 ›
COMPARISON OF MOTOR PERFORMANCE IN UPPER AND LOWER EXTREMITIES
UNDER DUAL-TASK FOR PATIENTS WITH MILD ALZHEIMER DISEASE
Monday
THE MEASUREMENT OF THE RECOGNITION OF FACIAL EXPRESSION OF
EMOTIONS IN THE ALZHEIMER’S DEMENTIA
W. Alice M K*, A. WONG, T. FU, C. WU, C. HUANG, M. CHIOU, H. FUNG (Taoyuan, Taiwan)
PB6 075 ›
STRATEGY STIMULATION OF MEMORY: WORKSHOPS FOR GAMES AND GAMES
FOR THE ELDERLY DIAGNOSED WITH LEARNING AMENDMENT TAKE THE
JOINT HEALTH UNIT OF WANSBECK-FEDERAL DISTRICT.
N. Moreira Matos*, L. SAMARA RAMALHO DOS SANTOS FIGUEIREDO , S. MONTEIRO SILVA (Samambaia Norte, Brazil)
PB6 076 ›
TO BE (AT HOME) OR NOT TO BE: AN EXAMINATION OF THE MEANINGS,
DECISION MAKING PROCESSES, AND EXPERIENCES OF PERSONS WITH
DEMENTIA AT THE POINT OF RELOCATION TO A RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITY
PB6 077 ›
HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE: REPORT OF FOUR CASES AMONG BROTHERS
F. Aminzadeh*, W. DALZIEL, F. MOLNAR, L. GARCIA, M. EISNER (Ottawa, Canada)
T. Brum*, A. BRUM, L. COSTA, V. LOPES , M. BARROS, D. SUETH, M. VIEIRA, O. FAVORETO (Itaperuna, Brazil)
PB6 078 ›
CASE STUDIES FROM THE FIELD TO INFORM THE PRODUCTION OF AN
EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR TERTIARY STUDENTS ON DEMENTIA CARE
B. Walter*, A. DE BELLIS, S. BRADLEY, A. WOTHERSPOON, P. GUERIN, J. PATERSON, M. CECCHIN (Adelaide, Australia)
PB6 079 ›
DOES DEMENTIA CARE MAPPING ADEQUATELY CAPTURE SUBJECTIVE
REPORTED PATIENT EXPERIENCE IN HOSPITAL?
R. Woolley*, J. GREEN, D. BROOKER, J. YOUNG (Bradford, United Kingdom)
PB6 080 ›
THE FEASIBILITY OF CARE MAPPING ON ELDERLY CARE WARDS
R. Woolley*, J. GREEN, D. BROOKER, J. YOUNG (Bradford, United Kingdom)
PB6 081 ›
INCIDENCE AND PREDICTORS OF EXCESS DISABILITY IN NURSING HOME
RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA
S. Slaughter* (Edmonton Alberta, Canada)
PB6 082 ›
COGNITIVE DECLINE AND GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT IN A MEXICAN UNIVERSITY
GERIATRIC UNIT
G. Daniel*, R. SALINAS, B. GONZÁLEZ (Monterrey, Mexico)
PB6 083 ›
POSATIRELIN (L-PYRO-2-AMINOADIPYL-L-LEUCYL-L-PROLINAMIDE)
TREATMENT FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND
META-ANALYSIS
I. Culum*, D. FORBES (Canada)
183
Monday 6
Posters
PB6 084 ›
DANCE PERFORMANCE AS AN INTERVENTION IN THE CARE OF ELDERLY
PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA
PB6 085 ›
BEYOND TRADITIONAL MEASURES OF VALIDITY: ADDRESSING VALUES AND
ETHICS IN CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF MEASUREMENT TOOLS
T. Ravelin*, A. ISOLA, J. KYLMÄ (Kajaani, Finland)
B. Zur*, A. JOHNSON, E. ROY, D. LALIBERTE RUDMAN (Waterloo, Canada)
PB6 086 ›
AKTIVA: A CONTROLLED INTERVENTION-STUDY FOR PREVENTION OF
DEMENTIA IN THE ELDERLY [AKTIVA: AKTIVE KOGNITIVE STIMULATION – VORBEUGUNG IM ALTER]
PB6 087 ›
BENEFITS OF ORAL COBALAMIN ON COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN ELDERLY
PERSONS WITH VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY
Monday
V. Tesky*, W. BANZER, J. PANTEL (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
C. JEHL*, C. MARTIN-HUNYADI, T. VOGEL, E. ANDRES, M. BERTHEL, G. KALTENBACH
(Strasbourg, France)
PB6 088 ›
VALIDATION OF A SHORT COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT TOOL IN THE INDIGENOUS
POPULATIONS OF FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND
E. Strivens*, M. STEVENSON, K. SMITH, D. LOGIUDICE, O. ALMEIDA, N. LAUTENSCHLAGER, L. FLICKER (Cairns, Australia)
PB6 089 ›
DEMENTIA IN A SENEGALESE ELDERLY POPULATION 65 YEARS AND OVER:
PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS
K. Toure*, C. MAMADOU, Z. MARIA VICTORIA, B. YVES, T. ANTA, N. MOUHAMADOU
MANSOUR (Dakar, Senegal)
PB6 090 ›
ASPIRIN, STEROIDAL AND NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS FOR
TREATING ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
PB6 091 ›
MELANIN HAS THE UNEXPECTED CAPABILITY OF TRANSDUCE PHOTONIC ENERGY
INTO CHEMICAL ENERGY. MELANIN IS TO ANIMAL KINGDOM LIKE CHLOROPHYLL
IS TO VEGETABLE KINGDOM, BOTH DISSOCIATE THE WATER MOLECULE. THIS
PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTION SO CALLED HUMAN PHOTOSYNTHESIS, AND ITS
PHARMACOLOGICAL MODULATION IS A PROMISSORY TREATMENT IN AD, PD, OAD,
CARDIAC FAILURE AND OTHERS DISEASES EPIDEMIOLOGICALLY SIGNIFICANT
D. Jaturapatporn*, M. ISAAC, N. TABET (Toronto, Canada)
A. Solis-Herrera*, M. ARIAS-ESPARZA, R. SOLIS- ARIAS, P. SOLIS-ARIAS
(Aguascalientes, Mexico)
PB6 092 ›
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS’ USE FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN
THE SOUTH OF TUNISIA: ANALYTIC STUDY
PB6 093 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP OF BLOOD PRESSURE AND PULSE TO COGNITIVE
FUNCTION IN A NATIONALLY REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF US ADULTS
R. GOUIAA* (Merkez El Alia - Sfax, Tunisia)
K. Langa*, M. KABETO, D. LLEWELLYN (Ann Arbor, United States)
PB6 094 ›
BOLD RESPONSE CHANGES WITH AGEING EVIDENCED DURING A SEMANTIC
FLUENCY TASK
C. HOMMET*, F. DOMENGIE, G. DE MARCO, K. MONDON, T. CONSTANS, J. COTTIER, C. DESTRIEUX (Tours, France)
PB6 095 ›
A SURVEY OF PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT,
DEMENTIA AND DEPRESSION IN HOSPITALIZED VETERANS
K. Jeng*, W. LEE, J. TSAI (Taichung, Taiwan)
PB6 096 ›
PREVALENCE OF DEMENTIA AMONG PUERTO RICAN VETERANS
J. Carrion-Baralt*, E. SUAREZ, R. DEL RIO (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
184
Posters
PB6 097 ›
Monday 6
FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS: STABILITY IN THE EYE OF THE DEMENTIA STORM?
S. Dahlke*, A. PHINNEY, E. KELSON (Vancouver, Canada)
PB6 098 ›
THE DRIVING AND DEMENTIA TOOLKIT
A. Byszewski*, F. MOLNAR, W. DALZIEL, F. AMINZADEH, M. HING, S. MARSHALL, K. ROBINSON, L. HUNT (Ottawa, Canada)
PB6 099 ›
ETIOLOGY AND PREDICTORS OF URINARY INCONTINENCE IN PATIENTS WITH
DEMENTIA
K. Miu*, S. LAU, S. SZETO (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 100 ›
DOMINANCE AND BURDEN DOES DOMINANCE IN PARTNERSHIP MODIFY
CAREGIVER BURDEN IN DEMENTIA?
PB6 101 ›
BREAKING BARRIERS TO MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF ALZHEIMER
PB6 102 ›
SCREENING OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN THE ELDERLY WITH DIABETES
MELLITUS USING SELF-REPORTED QUESTIONNAIRE
S. Oakes* (San Antonio, United States)
Monday
A. Wettstein*, D. DYNTAR (Zürich, Switzerland)
T. Matsuzawa*, T. SAKURAI, K. YOKONO (KOBE, Japan)
PB6 103 ›
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DIABETES MELLITUS, PRE-DIABETES AND
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
J. Roriz-Filho*, S. TEÓFILO DE SÁ RORIZ, M. FOSS, M. FOSS FREITAS, E. BORGES
DE OLIVEIRA, P. FERNANDES FORMIGUIERI, R. REBOUÇAS LOBO, E. FERRIOLLI, N. KILZA DA COSTA LIMA, A. SANTOS, J. MORIGUTI (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PB6 104 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE IN DEMENTIA: CLINICAL AND ECONOMIC FINDINGS FROM
NEW ZEALAND
F. Gallrach*, R. KIRK, A. HORNBLOW, M. CROUCHER (Christchurch, New Zealand)
PB6 105 ›
BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN DEMENTIA. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A POLYVALENT
GERIATRIQUE MEDICINE STRUCTURE AND A COGNITIVE PSYCHOGERIATRIE UNIT
S. MAMAN*, A. SIMON (PLAISIR, France)
PB6 106 ›
COGNITIVE TESTING IN PARKINSON DISEASE DEMENTIA
G. Kaltenbach*, M. KIESMANN, J. CHANSON, T. VOGEL, M. BERTHEL, G. KALTENBACH (Strasbourg, France)
PB6 107 ›
ENHANCING COGNITIVE REASONING IN OLDER ADULTS: CAN PLAYING GAMES
HELP?
L. Hohaus*, T. GRACE (Brisbane, Australia)
PB6 108 ›
REVERSIBLE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT DUE TO THALIDOMIDE
M. Söderlund*, M. GUAJARDO, D. SEINHART, M. SCHAPIRA, D. FANTL, L. CAMERA
(Buenos Aires, Argentina)
PB6 109 ›
THE DETERMINANTS OF END STAGE RENAL DISEASES PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA
S. Yeh*, I. YEH, Y. LI (Kaohsiung , Taiwan)
PB6 110 ›
STUDY OF MENTAL AND REGULAR TRAINING (SMART) IN PEOPLE WITH MILD
COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT: PRELIMINARY SCREENING RESULTS
K. Simpson*, M. FIATARONE SINGH, M. VALENZUELA, B. BAUNE, N. SINGH, H. BRODATY, P. SACHDEV, W. WEN (Sydney, Australia)
PB6 111 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE PATIENTS WITH A RAPID
WEIGHT LOSS DURING A SIX-YEAR FOLLOW-UP
O. Guérin*, A. SANDRINE, S. STÉPHANE, C. FREDERIC, C. CHRISTELLE, G. SOPHIE,
V. BRUNO (Nice, France)
185
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 112 ›
OPINIONS OF SPOUSAL CAREGIVERS OF PERSONS WITH ALZHEIMER’S
DISEASE RELATED TO THE SERVICE SYSTEM – A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
PB6 113 ›
CLINICAL UTILITY OF VOXEL-BASED SPECIFIC REGIONAL ANALYSIS SYSTEM
FOR ALZHEIMER
M. Raivio*, M. LAAKKONEN, K. PITKÄLÄ (Lahti, Finland)
H. KANETAKA*, H. HANYU, T. AKAI, T. SATOU, K. HIRAO, T. IWAMOTO (Tokyo, Japan)
PB6 114 ›
PROGNOSIS OF MILD COGNITIVE DEFICIT ABOUT THE EVOLUTION TO
ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE
Monday
J. VILLALOBOS COMAS*, D. SOTOMAYOR MERIÑO, G. HERNANDEZ BRANGO , L. DIAZ
MORADT (Montería, Colombia)
PB6 115 ›
PREVIOUS HEPATITIS A VIRUS INFECTION IS RELATED TO SLOWER
PSYCHOMOTOR SPEED IN ELDERLY
C. Hsieh*, C. LIU, T. FANG, Y. YU, C. LAI, H. KUO (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
PB6 116 ›
LIGHTHOUSE PROJECT ON DEMENTIA, ULM, GERMANY – IMPROVEMENT OF
ADVICE AND DIAGNOSTICS FOR PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM DEMENTIA AFTER
THE CLASSIFICATION OF THEIR LEVEL OF CARE (ULTDEM STUDY)
A. Lukas*, C. V. ARNIM, M. OTTO, R. KILIAN, M. RIEPE, R. MUCHE, M. JAMOUR, S. MAYER, T. NIKOLAUS (Ulm, Germany)
PB6 117 ›
BULLOUS PEMPHIGOID AND DEMENTIA IN ELDERS
C. Fernandez-Viadero*, F. ARCE-MATEOS, M. BECERRA, M. BOLADO, R. VERDUGA, D. CRESPO (Camargo-Cantabria, Spain)
PB6 118 ›
AN AUDIT OF NATIONAL GUIDANCE ON STRUCTURAL IMAGING IN PATIENTS
WITH SUSPECTED DEMENTIA
A. PRASANNA*, A. EJAZ, A. PATEL (WOLVERHAMPTON, United Kingdom)
PB6 119 ›
DEVELOPING CHAIN OF CARE FOR HOME-DWELLING PATIENTS WITH
DEMENTIA
J. Riihimäki*, A. NIEMELÄ, E. SALMINEN, M. ISO-AHO, K. TOLONEN, K. PITKÄLÄ
(Helsinki, Finland)
PB6 120 ›
REDUCING SUNDOWNER SYNDROME IN ALZHEIMER’S WITH SLEEP AND REST
P. Mellor*, J. GREENHILL (Ormond , Australia)
PB6 121 ›
BLOOD MERCURY LEVEL AND RISK OF DEMENTIA: THE CANADIAN STUDY OF
HEALTH AND AGING
E. Kröger*, R. VERREAULT, P. AYOTTE, É. DEWAILLY, J. LINDSAY, D. LAURIN
(Quebec, Canada)
Antiageing
PB6 122 ›
GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE (GFR) MEASUREMENT AND ESTIMATION IN
HEALTHY ADULTS WITH AGING
S. Xuefeng*, X. SUN, Y. CHEN, X. CHEN, J. WANG (Beijing, China)
PB6 123 ›
WELLNESS IN OLDER WOMEN: BEING AND DOING
J. Foottit*, J. ABBEY, D. ANDERSON (Kelvin Grove, Australia)
PB6 124 ›
OPPOSITE EFFECTS OF METABOLIC SYNDROME AND CALORIE RESTRICTION
UPON THE PREVALENCE OF DISABILITY: BRAZIL AND JAPAN AS OPPOSED
POPULATIONAL MODELS OF BIOLOGICAL AGING
M. Roriz-Cruz*, M. RORIZ-CRUZ, I. ROSSET, T. WADA, T. SAKAGAMI, J. RORIZ-FILHO, E. MORAES, R. RODRIGUES, T. KITA, M. CHAVES, K. MATSUBAYASHI
(Porto Alegre, Brazil)
186
Posters
PB6 125 ›
Monday 6
PERCEPTION OF SKIN AGEING IN A POPULATION AGED OVER 60 YEARS IN
FRANCE: SURVEY RESULTS
A. SCHMITT*, V. MENGEAUD, B. vellas, C. vieu (TOULOUSE, France)
Cancer advances in geriatrics
PB6 126 ›
ELDERLY BLADDER PHAEOCHROMOCYTOMA: A CASE REPORT
C. FOGUEM*, F. KLEINCLAUSS, F. MONNIER, M. DEGOIS, L. PETIT, H. CLERSON, H. BITTARD, M. BECKER-SCHNEIDER (BESANCON, France)
PB6 127 ›
CAN WE LIMIT POSTOPERATIVE DELIRIUM IN PATIENTS MORE THAN 75 YEARS
AFTER SURGERY FOR DIGESTIVE CANCER?
PB6 128 ›
AGEING E AUTO ANTIBODIES
L. Pelucchi*, S. TERREVAZZI, D. VASATURO, F. SCAGLIONE, M. ILLENI, L. RE, G. CALICCHIO, M. FUMAGALLI (Garbagnate Milanese, Italy)
PB6 129 ›
Monday
T. CUDENNEC*, S. MOULIAS, A. BROUSQUET, S. BENOIST, B. NORDLINGER, L. TEILLET (Boulogne Billancourt, France)
USEFULNESS OF FRAILTY MARKERS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF THE HEALTH
AND FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF OLDER CANCER PATIENTS REFERRED FOR
CHEMOTHERAPY: A PILOT STUDY
F. Retornaz*, J. MONETTE, G. BATIST, M. MONETTE, N. SOURIAL, D. SMALL, S. CAPLAN, D. WAH CHOW WAH, M. PUTS, H. BERGMAN (Marseille, France)
PB6 130 ›
EXPERIENCE OF XEROSTOMIA, MANAGEMENT AND OUTCOME IN PATIENTS
WITH HEAD AND NECK CANCER POST RADIATION
P. Kathasema*, P. KATHASEMA, P. PUTWATANA , D. JUNHAVAT (Bangkok , Thailand)
PB6 131 ›
UNKNOWN GERIATRIC SYNDROMES DEPICTS BY COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC
ASSESSMENT IN ELDERLY CANCER PATIENTS. PRACTICE OF A FRENCH PILOT
UNIT OF GERIATRIC ONCOLOGY
PB6 132 ›
LYMPHOMA OF THE PITUITARY STALK: ABOUT ONE CASE AND REVIEW OF THE
LITERATURE
M. CECILE*, F. ROUSSEAU, C. BRATICEVIC, D. BALDACCI (Marseille, France)
S. Krypciak*, P. CAILLET, J. VOURIOT, C. AJZENBERG, M. BERLE, E. PAILLAUD
(Creteil, France)
Cardiac failure / Atherosclerosis / Vascular disease and
hypertension / COPD / Cerebrovascular disease
PB6 133 ›
LEVEL OF FUNCTIONING AND MORTALITY AMONG US STROKE SURVIVORS
PB6 134 ›
RISK FACTORS OF CAROTID INTIMA-MEDIA THICKENING AND PLAQUES
FORMATION IN HEALTHY ADULTS
K. Mulhorn*, D. LEVINE (Philadelphia, United States)
X. Sun*, Y. CHEN, X. CHEN, X. BAI, H. LIN, J. WANG (Beijing, China)
PB6 135 ›
OPTIMIZATION OF THE USE OF B-TYPE NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE LEVELS
FOR RISK STRATIFICATION AT DISCHARGE IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH
DECOMPENSATED HEART FAILURE
PB6 136 ›
CHORNIC DIESEASES,AGING, LIFE QUALITY
S. Destrac*, M. COURNOT, J. FERRIÈRES (Foix, France)
J. Alberte*, M. GUARIENTO (Campinas, Brazil)
187
Monday 6
Posters
PB6 137 ›
PROGNOSTIC ROLE OF EXERCISE CARDIOPULMONARY VENTILATORY
PARAMETERS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE
A. Scardovi*, A. CELESTINI, S. SCIARRETTA, A. FERRAIRONI, R. DE MARIA, L. BORDI, N. ASPROMONTE, S. PERNA, R. RICCI, M. GUAZZI, . (Rome, Italy)
PB6 138 ›
HOT WEATHER WARNING MIGHT HELP TO REDUCE MORTALITY AMONG THE
OLDER POPULATION IN HONG KONG
P. Chau*, J. WOO (Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
PB6 139 ›
NOCTURNAL BLOOD PRESSURE DIPPING ANALYSIS IN THE ELDERLY
Monday
M. Morillo*, C. UEHARA, C. ALMADA FILHO, M. CENDOROGLO, R. MIRANDA (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB6 140 ›
CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AND SUBCLINICAL ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN
HIGH-FUNCTIONING OLDER ADULTS: THE ALBACETE STUDY
P. Abizanda*, P. ATIENZAR, L. CASADO, E. MARTÍNEZ-SÁNCHEZ, G. PATERNA, L. ROMERO, C. LUENGO, P. SÁNCHEZ-JURADO, I. GARCÍA-NOGUERAS, J. ESQUINAS,
E. MARTÍNEZ-ALARCOS (Albacete, Spain)
PB6 141 ›
SUBCLINICAL ATHEROSCLEROSIS, A PREDICTOR OF FUNCTIONAL DECLINE IN
HIGH-FUNCTIONING OLDER ADULTS: THE ALBACETE STUDY
P. Abizanda*, G. PATERNA, E. MARTÍNEZ-SÁNCHEZ, E. LÓPEZ-JIMÉNEZ, P. ATIENZAR, L. CASADO, J. ESQUINAS, I. GARCÍA-NOGUERAS, E. MARTÍN-SEBASTIÁ,
M. LEON (Albacete, Spain)
PB6 142 ›
FRAILTY AND SUBCLINICAL ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN HIGH-FUNCTIONING OLDER
ADULTS: THE ALBACETE STUDY
L. Romero*, E. MARTÍNEZ-SÁNCHEZ, E. LÓPEZ-JIMÉNEZ, P. ATIENZAR, G. PATERNA, J. VIVANCOS, J. NAVARRO, M. GARCÍA-TOMÁS, I. GARCÍA-NOGUERAS,
J. ESQUINAS, P. ABIZANDA (Albacete, Spain)
PB6 143 ›
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ANEMIA AND CLASS OF MYOCARD FAILURE IN
GERIATRIC PATIENTS
B. Potic*, S. TOMIC, N. DESPOTOVIC, G. MIHAJLOVIC, J. VUKCEVIC, M. DAVIDOVIC
(Belgrade, Serbia)
PB6 144 ›
LONG-TERM USE OF NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMATORY DRUGS AND THE
RISK OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION IN THE GERIATRIC POPULATION
B. Potic*, N. MARKOVIC, N. DESPOTOVIC, P. ERCEG, S. ZDRAVKOVIC, M. DAVIDOVIC
(Belgrade, Serbia)
PB6 145 ›
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF INFORMATION PROVISION FOR STROKE PATIENTS
AND THEIR CAREGIVERS
J. Smith*, A. FORSTER, J. YOUNG, P. KNAPP, A. HOUSE, J. WRIGHT (Bradford,
United Kingdom)
PB6 146 ›
SODIUM CONSUMPTION IN HYPERTENSIVE OLDER ASIANS
P. Srikan*, B. CALLEN (Knoxville, United States of America)
PB6 147 ›
CONSUMPTION PREVALENCE OF FOOD RICH IN FIBERS IN THE ADULT
POPULATION OF A CARDIOLOGY INSTITUTE FROM SÃO PAULO CITY
D. Magnoni*, P. OLIVEIRA, C. CUKIER, M. BEYRUTE, C. KOVACS, M. ROMUALDO, S. PATRICIA, F. CASSULO (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB6 148 ›
ADAPTATION, VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF THE ANGINA PECTORIS
CHARACTERISTICS QUESTIONNAIRE
T. Najafi ghezeljeh*, I. EKMAN , M. YADAVAR NIKRAVESH , A. EMAMI (Huddinge,
Sweden)
188
Posters
PB6 149 ›
Monday 6
SHORT-TERM PROGNOSIS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH EARLY POSTINFARCTION ANGINA
P. Erceg*, N. DESPOTOVIC, D. MILOSEVIC, Z. VASILJEVIC, P. MITROVIC, V. VUKCEVIC,
G. MIHAJLOVIC, S. ZDRAVKOVIC, M. NIKOLIC-DESPOTOVIC, J. VUKCEVIC, M. DAVIDOVIC (Belgrade, Serbia)
PB6 150 ›
OPTIMIZATION OF HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING IN CORONARY HEART
DISEASE
L. BOSQUET*, T. GUIRAUD, M. JUNEAU, A. NIGAM, S. MEKARY, M. GAYDA, P. MEYER,
D. CURNIER, L. BOSQUET (Poitiers, France)
MELATONIN EFFICACY IN OLD PATIENTS WITH POSTINFARCTIONAL
CARDIOSCLEROSIS
PB6 152 ›
EVALUATING THE NEGATIVE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF SERUM B-NATRIURETIC
PEPTIDE IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER PATIENTS
R. Zaslavskaya*, G. LILITZA , M. TEJBLUM (Moskov, Russian Federation)
A. gordon, A. Blundell*, W. SUNMAN, B. LOBO, T. HITCH, R. MORRIS, T. MASUD
(Nottingham, United Kingdom)
PB6 153 ›
CURRENT CONCEPT ABOUT PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF ATRIAL
FIBRILLATION
PB6 154 ›
DEPRESSION AND ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION IN THE ELDERLY
Monday
PB6 151 ›
T. Zubiashvili*, N. KIPSHIDZE (Tbilisi, Georgia)
V. Donca*, N. CONSTANTEA, D. RADULESCU, S. CRISAN, C. BODOLEA, A. MACARIE,
E. BUZDUGAN, D. LUCACIU, S. DONCA, L. STOICESCU, D. BUNEA (Cluj, Romania)
PB6 155 ›
LONG-TERM USE OF PINEAL GLAND (PG) PREPARATION EPITHALAMIN REDUCES
MORTALITY RATES AMONG ELDERLY CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE (CAD) PATIENTS
O. Korkushko*, V. KHAVINSON, V. SHATILO, I. ANTONJUK-SHCHEGLOVA (Kyiv, Ukraine)
PB6 156 ›
ANALYSIS OF WARFARIN DRUG INTERACTIONS IN GERIATRIC PRESCRIBING
I. Urtane*, J. ANSABERGS, R. MEDNE, J. ROTBERGS, U. TEIBE, A. STOKMANE
(Riga, Latvia)
PB6 157 ›
EVALUATION OF ROSUVASTATIN TREATMENT IN THE CORRECTION OF
ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH ATHEROSCLEROSIS
K. Kapanadze*, N. KIPSHIDZE (Tbilisi, Georgia)
PB6 158 ›
TAKO-TSUBO STRESS CARDIOMYOPATHY: A MIMIC OF ACUTE CORONARY
SYNDROME IN THREE ELDERLY WOMEN.
N. KOENIG*, M. SIRIWARDANA, P. GAUTHIER, S. BÉRIGAUD, A. GOURONNEC, E. PAUTAS (Ivry-sur-Seine, France)
PB6 159 ›
COMBINED USE OF COUMARIN AND TOPICAL AZOLES IN ELDERLY PATIENTS:
BE AWARE OF OVERANTICOAGULATION!
E. Pautas*, J. ALEXANDRA, I. GOUIN-THIBAULT, M. LORIOT, A. GOURONNEC, M. SIRIWARDANA, V. SIGURET (Ivry-sur-Seine, France)
PB6 160 ›
ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME IN SENIORS ABOVE 75 YEARS OF AGE
H. Matejovska Kubesova*, P. KALA, P. WEBER (Brno, Czech Republic)
PB6 161 ›
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS IN PATIENTS OF GERIATRIC DEPARTMENT (GD) AND
IN NURSING HOME (NH)
PB6 162 ›
ARE GERIATRIC CHARACTERISTICS TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT FOR AVK THERAPY
DECISION OF PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION?
I. Bartosovic*, S. KRAJCIK , P. MIKUS (Skalica , Slovakia)
S. DE BREUCKER*, G. HERZOG, T. PEPERSACK (Brussels, Belgium)
189
Monday 6
PB6 163 ›
Posters
RELATION OF CBF, CSF MOBILITY AND SKULL MECHANICS WITH COGNITIVE
BRAIN FUNCTION IN AGED PERSONS
N. Riabchikova*, G. WEINSTEIN, T. KRAVCHENKO, N. SAMUS, A. FEILDING, P. HALVORSON, A. PANOV, V. SEMERNIA (St Petersburg, Russian Federation)
PB6 164 ›
EFFECTS OF PERINDOPRIL ON CARDIAC EVENTS IN PATIENTS OLDER THAN 65
M. BERTRAND*, W. REMME, R. FERRARI, M. SIMOONS, K. FOX (Lille, France)
PB6 165 ›
THE BNP BLOOD LEVEL IN VERY ELDERLY PEOPLE IS INDEPENDENT OF THE
CREATININE BLOOD LEVEL
Monday
M. ESCANDE*, E. beillard, G. Gallet de santerre (ALLAUCH, France)
PB6 166 ›
EFFICACY OF CV RISK REDUCING ANTIHYPERTENSIVE TREATMENT AMONG
ELDERLIES IN HUNGARY
PB6 167 ›
THE CAUSE OF OLD AGE DEGENERATIVE AORTIC VALVE DISEASE
PB6 168 ›
PARAOXONASE 1 AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECT OF HDL WITH AGING
B. Szekacs*, E. KEKES, I. JANOSI, I. KISS (Budapest, Hungary)
A. Fokin*, F. ROBICSEK (Charlotte, NC, United States)
S. Loued*, M. ISABELLE, H. BERROUGUI, A. KHALIL (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB6 169 ›
THE EDUCATION OF SUBJECTS OVER 75 YEARS WITH ESSENTIAL
HYPERTENSION. PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF 50 CASES IN A UNIT ACUTE
GERIATRIC MEDICINE
PB6 170 ›
EVALUATION OF CAROTID PLAQUE IN THE ELDERLY USING NEWLY-DEVELOPED
THREE-DIMENSIONAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY
F. CAPRIZ-RIBIERE*, G. degert, V. Vecco, P. brocker (Nice, France)
A. Tomotaka*, D. WATANABE, S. KOYAMA, T. UMAHARA, T. IWAMOTO, T. HASHIMOTO, J. AKIMOTO, J. HARAOKA (Tokyo, Japan)
PB6 171 ›
HEART RATE AND PROGNOSIS AFTER MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Z. Mikes*, P. MIKES (Bratislava, Slovakia)
PB6 172 ›
THE RELATIONSHIPS OF ALBUMINURIA AND GLOMERULAR FILTRATIN RATE IN
JAPANESE OLDER PEOPLE
PB6 173 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOSPITALIZATION OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC COMPLIANCE
N. Onodera*, H. NAKANO, N. MATUMURA, K. OBA (Tokyo, Japan)
I. Alexa*, L. PANAGHIU, G. UNGUREANU (Iasi, Romania)
PB6 174 ›
EFFECTIVENESS OF A MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AFTER HOSPITAL DISCHARGE
IN OLDER PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE
J. González-Guerrero*, T. ALONSO-FERNÁNDEZ, O. GEA, I. QUINTANA, N. GARCÍA-MAYOLÍN, J. RIBERA-CASADO (Cáceres, Spain)
PB6 175 ›
DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS OF LOWER LIMBS IN THE ELDERLY: A TUNISIAN
RETROSPECTIVE STUDY
N. Khalfallah*, M. HASSAYOUNE, L. BEN HASSINE, A. HARMEL, E. CHERIF, S. AZZABI, Z. KAOUACHE, C. KOOLI (Tunis, Tunisia)
PB6 176 ›
HEALTH AND LIFE QUALITY OF HYPERTENSIVE AND NORMOTENSIVE ELDERLY
THAT LIVES IN A TROPICAL REGION (MANAUS-AM)
F. Castro*, A. SOUZA, J. OLIVEIRA, M. RIBEIRO, M. QUEIROZ, E. HOLANDA, R. CABRAL, E. MAIA-RIBEIRO, M. ROCHA, I. CRUZ, E. RIBEIRO (Manaus, Brazil)
190
Posters
PB6 177 ›
Monday 6
FEATURES OF ELDERLY DIABETIC PATIENTS IN A MEDIUM-STAY STROKE
REHABILITATION PROGRAMME
A. TRUYOLS*, L. VICH, A. GALMES, F. ALBERTI, J. CARBONERO, F. PALACIOS, L. FELIU (PALMA, Spain)
Centenarians
PB6 178 ›
SELF PERCEPTION OF HEALTH OF THE OLDEST OLD
M. Davidovic*, L. ZIKIC, S. JANKELIC, P. ERCEG, N. DESPOTOVIC, D. MILOSEVIC
(Beograd, Serbia)
PB6 179 ›
Y. ARAI*, M. TAKAYAMA, Y. GONDO, H. INAGAKI, S. NAKAZAWA, K. YAMAMURA, K. SHIMIZU, T. KOJIMA, Y. MASUI, Y. EBIHARA, N. HIROSE (TOKYO, Japan)
PB6 180 ›
SUCCESSFUL AGING AND RED WINE CONSUMPTION IN HEALTHY CENTENARIANS
Monday
ADIPOSE ENDOCRINE FUNCTION, INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-1 AXIS,
THYROID FUNCTION, AND EXCEPTIONAL SURVIVAL BEYOND 100 YEARS OF AGE
E. Petruzzi*, P. PAMELA, M. STEFANO UMBERTO, M. FRANCESCA, N. IGINIO, P. IACOPO, P. MARIO, M. NICCOLO (Florence, Italy)
PB6 181 ›
HOSPITAL ADMISSION IN CENTENARIANS: CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOMES
O. Torres*, G. FUSTER, R. PRATS, E. FRANCIA, D. RUIZ, M. CABEZA, I. MARINA, M. BARCELO, J. MASCARÓ (Barcelona, Spain)
PB6 182 ›
OCULAR FINDINGS IN PATIENTS FROM 80 TO 108 YEARS OLD
M. Cypel*, M. CYPEL, P. DANTAS, C. LOTTENBERG, L. RAMOS, R. BELFORT (São Paulo, Brazil)
Depression / Delirium
PB6 183 ›
PREDISPOSING FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DELIRIUM AMONG DEMENTED
LONG-TERM CARE RESIDENTS
P. Voyer*, S. RICHARD, L. DOUCET, P. CARMICHAEL (Quebec City, Canada)
PB6 184 ›
SUICIDE IN OLD AGE: ILLNESS OR AUTONOMOUS DECISION OF THE WILL?
G. ruckenbauer* (Austria)
PB6 185 ›
DELIRIUM IN ELDERLY: PREVALENCE IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS AT THE
ORTHOPEDICS INFIRMARY
L. Victoy*, J. ARRUDA, Z. SANTANA, R. SILVA, E. COSTA, G. MOURA (Goiania, Brazil)
PB6 186 ›
GERONTOTHERAPY IN WORKING AGING MALES AND FEMALES
PB6 187 ›
REGENERATE: ASSESSING THE PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH OF CHRONIC
STROKE SURVIVORS WITH DEPRESSION
I. Roja*, J. ZALKALNS, Z. ROJA (Riga, Latvia)
J. Sims*, M. GALEA, N. TAYLOR, K. DODD, S. JESPERSEN, L. JOUBERT, J. JOUBERT,
V. TEOH, J. MILGROM (Notting Hill, Australia)
PB6 188 ›
HEALTH, ECONOMIC STRESS AND LIFE SATISFACTION AFFECTING
DEPRESSION TENDENCY OF ELDERLY TAIWANESE:A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
B. Lue*, L. CHEN, S. WU (Taipei, Taiwan)
PB6 189 ›
LONELINESS, DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND RELATION TO DISABILITY
RETIREMENT DUE TO DEPRESSION IN LATER LIFE
T. Lyyra*, T. TÖRMÄKANGAS, J. KAPRIO (Jyväskylä, Finland)
191
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 190 ›
COSTS AND YIELD OF 2 SCREENING METHODS FOR DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN
PEOPLE ≥ 75 YEARS OF AGE IN GENERAL PRACTICE
G. Van der Weele*, M. DE WAAL, W. VAN DEN HOUT, R. VAN DER MAST, P. ASSENDELFT, J. GUSSEKLOO (Leiden, The Netherlands)
PB6 191 ›
GENERAL HEALTH STATUS AND VASCULAR DISORDERS AS CORRELATES OF
LATE-LIFE DEPRESSION IN A NATIONAL SURVEY SAMPLE
V. Hirani*, R. STEWART (London, United Kingdom)
PB6 192 ›
FISH INTAKE AND THE RISK OF DEPRESSION IN THE ELDERLY. THE NUAGE
STUDY OF NUTRITION AS A DETERMINANT OF SUCCESSFUL AGING
Monday
A. Côté*, F. GAGNON, H. PAYETTE (Sherbooke, Canada)
End of life
PB6 193 ›
THE WILL TO LIVE AS AN INDICATOR OF WELLBEING AND PREDICTOR OF
SURVIVAL IN OLD AGE
S. Carmel* (Beer Sheva, Israel)
PB6 194 ›
THE NEW ISRAELI LAW « THE DYING PATIENT » AND RELIEF OF SUFFERING UNITS
B. Aminoff* (Ramat Gan, Israel)
PB6 195 ›
EXPERIENCES OF OLDER PEOPLE IN RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES (THE EPOCH
STUDY): MAPPING THE LIVING DYING TRANSITION
K. Froggatt*, C. GOODMAN, E. MATHIE, J. WRIGHT, D. THOMPSON, A. MENDOZA, D. WESTWOOD, M. COWE, S. BARCLAY, S. ILIFFE, J. MANTHORPE (Lancaster, UK)
PB6 196 ›
END OF LIFE CARE FOR AGING VETERANS IN RESIDENTIAL CARE
PB6 197 ›
WHEN DOCTORS AND DAUGHTERS DISAGREE: « YOU DON’T KNOW MY MOM; I KNOW MY MOM »
M. Gibson*, E. GORMAN, A. FERON (London, Canada)
P. Abadir*, M. MCNABNEY, T. FINUCANE (Baltimore, United States)
PB6 198 ›
HOSPICE IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA: PASSION AND BUSINESS IN THE END OF
LIFE CARE
PB6 199 ›
END-OF-LIFE COSTS AND HEALTH STATUS IN COMMUNITY LIVING ELDERLY
PB6 200 ›
LIVING WITH ADVANCED CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE
(COPD): PATIENTS CONCERNS REGARDING DEATH AND DYING
I. Persidsky* (Long Beach, United States)
L. Lafortune*, F. BÉLAND, J. ANKRI, H. BERGMAN (Montréal, Canada)
C. Gardiner*, M. GOTT, S. BARNES, D. HALPIN, S. PAYNE, C. RUSE, D. SEAMARK, N. SMALL (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
PB6 201 ›
THE HEART RATE VARIABILITY ANALYSIS OF IRREVERSIBLE APNEIC COMA
AND BRAIN DEATH VIA POINCARé PLOT
PB6 202 ›
AID IN DYING IN THE UNITED STATES: LAW AND POLITICS
PB6 203 ›
SPIRITUAL CARE FOR CANCER PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES
J. Shieh*, B. HU, Y. HAN, S. HUANG (Chung-Li, Taiwan)
K. Dayton* (St Paul, United States)
S. Resnizky*, N. BENTUR (Jerusalem, Israel)
PB6 204 ›
192
FACTORS INFLUENCING HOME DEATH AND CAREGIVER BEREAVEMENT
OUTCOME: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN REGRET AND SATISFACTION WITH HOME
MEDICAL CARE
A. Akiyama*, K. NUMATA (Suita city, Japan)
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 205 ›
PREDICTORS OF HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION DURING THE LAST YEAR OF LIFE
OF ELDERLY PERSONS
PB6 206 ›
THE WAY PEOPLE WOULD LIKE THEIR LIVES TO END
P. Werner*, J. BOOGAARD, P. WERNER (Haifa, Israel)
A. Westtstein*, U. SCHOLIAN, A. WETTSTEIN (Zürich, Switzerland)
Frailty / Physical exercice / Osteoporosis / Rehabilitation /
Sarcopenia / Falls
PB6 207 ›
OUTCOMES FOR OLDER ADULTS IN AN INPATIENT REHABILITATION FACILITY
FOLLOWING HIP FRACTURE SURGERY
PB6 208 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF SARCOPENIC OBESITY ON THE FUNCTIONAL FITNESS IN
SEDENTARY OLDER ADULTS IN KOREA
K. McGilton*, N. MAHOMED, A. DAVIS, J. FLANNERY, S. CALABRESE (Toronto, Canada)
Monday
S. Hong* (Gyeonggi-Do, Republic of Korea)
PB6 209 ›
THERAPEUTIC GARDEN WITH REHABILITATION PATH: AN ORIGINAL
EXPERIENCE IN A GERIATRIC HOSPITAL
C. PENG*, F. POUDRET, F. HÉRITIER, R. MAHAMDIA, M. ROGER (Paris, France)
PB6 210 ›
POLYPHARMACY AND FRAIL PATIENTS
J. Marti*, I. LARREA, J. RAMELLA (Zumarraga, Spain)
PB6 211 ›
A MULTIFACTORIAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM APPROACH TO FALLS
PREVENTION FOR OLDER HOME CARE CLIENTS
M. Markle-Reid*, G. BROWNE, A. GAFNI, J. ROBERTS, R. WEIR, L. THABANE, M. MILES, V. VAITONIS (Hamilton, Canada)
PB6 212 ›
PREVALENCE, CORRELATES, AND COSTS OF FALLS IN OLDER HOME CARE
CLIENTS « AT-RISK » FOR FALLING
M. Markle-Reid*, G. BROWNE, A. GAFNI, J. ROBERTS, R. WEIR, L. THABANE, M. MILES, V. VAITONIS (Hamilton, Canada)
PB6 213 ›
FRAILTY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS IN THE ELDERLY
PB6 214 ›
ANEMIA AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN THE ELDERLY
I. WU*, X. LIN, S. SHIESH, P. KUO (Tainan, Taiwan)
R. Bosco*, C. ANTUNES, L. PEREIRA, E. ASSIS, A. DIMAS, L. QUEIROZ, R. PINHEIRO,
A. SCARABELLI, A. ROSA (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 215 ›
MOVEMENT SPECIFIC REINVESTMENT, FALLS AND WALKING IN COMMUNITYDWELLING OLDER ADULTS
W. Wong*, R. MASTERS, J. MAXWELL, B. ABERNETHY (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 216 ›
THE PASSAGE OF TIME: SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
AMONG OLDER AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN
PB6 217 ›
NONAGENARIAN ACUTE GENERAL SURGICAL ADMISSION: ARE WE ACHIEVING
ANYTHING USEFUL?
I. Harvey*, M. MUYOT (Champaign, United States)
A. Kesterton*, K. ANNABEL, S. NIGEL (Manchester, United Kingdom)
PB6 218 ›
MUSCLE STRENGTH, MUSCLE BALANCE, QUALITY OF LIFE AND PLASMA IL-6
LEVELS IN OLDER INDIVIDUALS WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
M. Avelar Di Sabatino Santos*, L. SOUZA MÁXIMO PEREIRA, J. DOMINGUES DIAS,
E. FERRIOLI, D. MATTOS GARCIA OLIVEIRA, W. FABIANO GOMES, F. MATTOS COELHO,
B. ZILLE DE QUEIROZ, N. MACIEL DE BRITO ROSA (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
193
Monday 6
Posters
PB6 219 ›
SUBJECTIVE VISUAL PERCEPTUAL ABILITY RELATES TO FUNCTIONAL
BALANCE PERFORMANCE IN PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC STROKE
S. Ng*, P. MARCO YC, K. MACY MT, C. BRYAN CH, C. ALEX SH, K. KENNETH CW, N. THOMAS KW (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 220 ›
BOTH PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPAIRMENTS ARE RELATED TO
COMMUNITY REINTEGRATION IN OLDER PEOPLE WITH STROKE
S. Ng*, N. SHAMAY SM, L. MANDY LM, L. MAGGIE SH, N. LINDA CC, W. ERIC FK (Hong Kong, CHINA)
Monday
PB6 221 ›
POOR VISION ACCOMPANIED WITH OTHER SENSORY IMPAIRMENTS IS
ASSOCIATED WITH FEAR OF FALLING IN OLDER WOMEN
J. Kulmala*, A. VILJANEN, S. SIPILÄ, M. KOSKENVUO, J. KAPRIO, T. RANTANEN
(Jyväskylä, Finland)
PB6 222 ›
HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE (HRQOL) IN OSTEOPOROSIS: GENDER
DIFFERENCES AND CORRELATES.
O. Edelstein*, P. WERNER, I. VERED (Ness-Ziyyona, Israel)
PB6 223 ›
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN COGNITIVE DISABILITY AND FALLS AND ROLE OF
LIFESTYLE IN THE ELDERLY
PB6 224 ›
CULTURE-BOUND INERTIA: IDENTIFYING BARRIERS TO EXERCISE FACED BY
OLDER INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS
C. nearkasen*, S. BELBRAOUET, N. CHAU, L. GROUP (MONCTON, Canada)
F. Alpass*, C. STEPHENS, J. NOONE (Palmerston Norh, New Zealand)
PB6 225 ›
THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A STATE-WIDE FALLS
PREVENTION POLICY IN AUSTRALIA - A CASE STUDY
R. Poulos*, P. ALBANY, L. LOVITT (Sydney, Australia)
PB6 226 ›
REHABILITATION OF PEOPLE WITH HIP FRACTURE AND DEMENTIA: RESULTS
FROM THE FRANZ STUDY
A. Mihail*, G. LÄMMLER, R. ECKARDT, Y. KAPPES, E. STEINHAGEN-THIESSEN
(Berlin, Germany)
PB6 227 ›
FALLS AND FALL-RELATED INJURIES AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS AMONG
OLDER U.S. ADULTS
K. Forrest*, W. STUHLDREHER (Slippery Rock, United States)
PB6 228 ›
VALIDATION OF THE CHINESE CANADIAN STUDY OF HEALTH AND AGING
CLINICAL FRAILTY SCALE (CSHA-CFS) TELEPHONE VERSION
PB6 229 ›
STUDY OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH FEMUR FRACTURE IN WALTER FERRARI
MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL, JAGUARIUNA, SãO PAULO, BRAZIL
D. Chan*, H. TSOU, C. CHEN, C. CHEN (Taipei, Taiwan)
M. Tourinho*, T. SABBAG, V. BELLINAZZI, M. BANDICIOLLI (Jaguariuna, Brazil)
PB6 230 ›
TO FALL OR NOT TO FALL THAT IS THE ISSUE
J. Agnew*, J. AGNEW (Auckland, New Zealand)
PB6 231 ›
COMORBIDITY OF ELDERS: WHAT MEASURE IN PRACTICE?
M. HARBOUN*, N. COHEN (Versailles, France)
PB6 232 ›
GAIT PERFORMANCE OF OLDER HOSPITALIZED ADULTS
PB6 233 ›
HIP FRACTURE IN ELDERLY: USE OF LINKAGE OF ADMINISTRATIVE
DATABASES TO ANALYSE PATIENTS PATHWAY AND OUTCOME
G. Ostir*, I. BERGES (Galveston, United States)
194
J. Holstein*, A. TEIXEIRA, L. TRINQUART, M. RAPHAEL, T. BASTANIC, G. CHATELLIER (Paris, France)
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 234 ›
DIZZY - WHY NOT TAKE A WALK? LOW LEVEL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IMPROVES
QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG ELDERLY WITH DIZZINESS
PB6 235 ›
FALLS AND HOUSE SAFETY IN OLD-AGE
PB6 236 ›
ANALYSIS OF FATIGUE AND CADENCE IN HEALTHY YOUNG AND OLDER
INDIVIDUALS WITH BODY WEIGHT SUPPORT ASSOCIATED TO TREADMILL
A. Ekwall*, Å. LINDBERG, M. MAGNUSSON (Malmö, Sweden)
S. Erkal* (Ankara, Turkey)
A. Silveira Gomes*, C. LOURENÇO CORREA, T. LISSA LUMI, R. ANA LUCIA
(Matinhos, Brazil)
EFFECT OF TURNING DIRECTION ON TIMED « UP & GO » TEST IN HEALTHY
ELDERLY AND ELDERLY WITH STROKE
PB6 238 ›
EFFECTS OF AGING AND TAI CHI ON A FINGER-POINTING TASK IN A CHOICE
PARADIGM
S. Ng*, T. HEUNG, M. KAM (Hong Kong, CHINA)
Monday
PB6 237 ›
W. Tsang*, J. KWOK, C. HUI-CHAN (Hong Kong, China)
PB6 239 ›
EXPLORING OLDER ADULTS BELIEFS ABOUT STRENGTH TRAINING
R. Dean*, R. RHODES, J. WHARF-HIGGINS, H. TUOKKO (Duncan, Canada)
PB6 240 ›
ANEMIA IN ELDERLY: ASSOCIATION WITH WALKING IMPAIRMENT AND
FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY
R. BOSCO*, C. ANTUNES, L. PEREIRA, E. ASSIS, A. DIMAS, L. QUEIROZ, C. SILVA, R. PINHEIRO, A. SCARABELLI, A. ROSA, C. MARTINS (BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil)
PB6 241 ›
EFFECTS OF A MULTIFACTORIAL FALL PREVENTION PROGRAM WITH CLIENTCENTERED APPROACH ON RISKS OF FALLING IN THE ELDERLY
N. Nualnetr*, S. BOONYARAT, W. EUNGPINICHPONG, A. EMASITHI (Khon Kaen,
Thailand)
PB6 242 ›
EFFECT OF RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANTIOXIDANT VITAMIN
SUPPLEMENTATION ON MUSCLE STRENGTH IN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN
PB6 243 ›
PROLONGED FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE IN OLDER ADULTS FOLLOWING
TRAINING CESSATION
F. BOBEUF*, M. LABONTÉ, A. KHALIL, I. DIONNE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
T. Henwood* (Brisbane, Australia)
PB6 244 ›
ARE ELDERLY PEOPLE RECEIVING CALCIUM AND VITAMIN D APPROPRIATELY
FOR OSTEOPOROSIS IF RENAL FUNCTION IS CONSIDERED?
J. McCreanor*, G. FOX, N. PENN (Harrogate, United Kingdom)
PB6 245 ›
FRAILTY AND DEPENDENCY IN IADL AT 2 YEARS IN HIGH-FUNCTIONING OLDER
ADULTS: THE ALBACETE STUDY
C. Luengo*, G. PATERNA, E. MARTÍNEZ-SÁNCHEZ, E. LÓPEZ-JIMÉNEZ, M. GARCÍATOMÁS, J. NAVARRO, J. ESQUINAS, I. GARCÍA-NOGUERAS, L. CASADO, E. MARTÍNEZ,
P. ABIZANDA (Albacete, Spain)
PB6 246 ›
DOES THE CLINICAL CONTEXT AFFECT THE VALIDITY OF BATHROOM
RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY HOME HEALTH AIDES?
M. Guay*, J. DESROSIERS, M. DUBOIS (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB6 247 ›
CRITERIA OF THE TIMED TEST OF « STANDING UP FROM A LONG SITTING
POSITION ON THE FLOOR » BASED ON PREDICTIVE VALIDITY FOR CARE NEED
CERTIFICATION IN THE JAPANESE COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY
S. Ueki*, S. YASUMURA, N. YASUDA, H. HAGA, H. HONDA, J. TAKATO, G. INUZUKA, T. KASAI, N. ARAYAMA, T. OKADA, S. EBATA (Sendai, Japan)
195
Monday 6
PB6 248 ›
Posters
THE -174G/C PROMOTER POLYMORPHISM OF THE INTERLEUKIN-6 GENE,
PLASMATIC LEVELS OF IL-6 AND MUSCULAR STRENGTH IN OLDER WOMEN
D. Pereira*, D. GARCIA, F. NARCISO, M. SANTOS, J. DIAS, F. COELHO, A. PARENTONI, E. SOUZA , O. NÓBREGA, L. PEREIRA (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 249 ›
EFFECTS OF A MULTICOMPONENT EXERCISE PROGRAM ON LIFE
SATISFACTION AMONG INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY
M. Justine*, T. H, T. TK KAMALDEN, Z. AHMAD (Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia)
Monday
PB6 250 ›
ACTIVITY RESTRICTION INDUCED BY FEAR OF FALLING IN COMMUNITYDWELLING ELDERLY
R. Dias*, M. FIGUEIREDO FREIRE, É. GONÇALVES SILVA SANTOS, M. RODRIGUES
PERRACINI, J. DOMINGUES DIAS, L. SOUZA MÁXIMO PEREIRA, R. ALVARENGA VIEIRA
(Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 251 ›
IMPACT OF AN AQUATIC PHYSICAL THERAPY PROTOCOL IN ELDERLY WOMEM
WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE
J. Domingues Dias*, W. GOMES, L. CISNEROS, R. DIAS, L. PEREIRA, M. DI SABATINO (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 252 ›
FRAILTY PROFILE OF BRAZILIAN COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY
R. Dias*, É. GONÇALVES SILVA SANTOS, M. FIGUEIREDO FREIRE, J. DOMINGUES DIAS,
L. SOUZA MÁXIMO PEREIRA, R. ALVARENGA VIEIRA (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 253 ›
SARCOPENIA AND FUNCTIONAL MOBILITY IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY
J. Domingues Dias*, P. GARCIA, R. DIAS, L. PEREIRA, P. SANTOS (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 254 ›
POLYPHARMACY AND FALLS: IS ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION A MEDIATOR?
R. Romero-Ortuno*, L. COGAN, C. CUNNINGHAM, C. FAN, R. KENNY (Dublin,
Ireland)
PB6 255 ›
OUR EXPERIENCES WITH ANEMIA IN THE OLD AGE – IS IT A SIGN OR
ADDITIONAL DISEASE?
H. Meluzínová*, P. WEBER, J. HRUBANOVÁ, H. KUBESOVÁ, V. POLCAROVÁ (Brno,
Czech Republic)
PB6 256 ›
PROVIDING SINGLE LENS DISTANCE GLASSES PREVENTS FALLS IN ACTIVE
OLDER MULTIFOCAL GLASSES WEARERS: AN RCT
S. Lord*, M. HAREN, I. CAMERON, R. IVERS, J. SIMPSON, B. LEE, M. PORWAL, M. KWAN (Randwick, Australia)
PB6 257 ›
EFFECTS OF RADIAL SHOCK WAVE THERAPY ON AGES WITH PERIARTICULAR
SOFT TISSUE CALCIFICATION KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
M. Huang*, T. CHEN, C. LEE, C. HUANG, C. LIU, M. WENG, C. CHEN, C. WU
(Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
PB6 258 ›
A 24 WEEK HOME EXERCISE AND TELEPHONE FOLLOW-UP INTERVENTION
DELAYS HOSPITAL READMISSION FOR OLDER ADULTS
M. Courtney*, H. EDWARDS, A. CHANG, A. PARKER (Kelvin Grove, Australia)
PB6 259 ›
RECOVERY IN ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING AMONG DISABLED OLDER PEOPLE
IN THE COMMUNITY
D. Seidel*, C. JAGGER, C. BRAYNE, F. MATTHEWS (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
PB6 260 ›
INAPPROPRIATE MEDICATION USE AND RISK OF FALLS: A PROSPECTIVE
STUDY IN LARGE COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY COHORT
S. Berdot*, M. BERTRAND, J. DARTIGUES, A. FOURRIER, B. TAVERNIER, K. RITCHIE,
A. ALPEROVITCH (Paris, France)
196
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 261 ›
INTERACTIVE GAIT AND THE RISK OF FUTURE FALLS AMONG INDEPENDENT
OLDER PEOPLE
PB6 262 ›
INTEGRATIVE HEALTH FOR OLDER ADULTS: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
PB6 263 ›
IMPROVING ORAL HEALTH OF THE GERIATRIC PATIENTS: EFFECTS OF AN
EVIDENCE-BASED ORAL CARE INTERVENTION PROTOCOL
E. Nordin*, R. MOE-NILSSEN, A. RAMNEMARK, L. LUNDIN-OLSSON (Umeå, Sweden)
P. Bloom* (New York, United States)
D. Yu*, D. LEE, E. LEUNG (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 264 ›
COMPARISON AND CORRELATES OF PARTICIPATION IN OLDER ADULTS
WITHOUT DISABILITIES
PB6 265 ›
NEW COACHING MODEL FOR OLDER PEOPLE WITH HEALTH LIMITATIONS. RESULTS
FROM A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL REGARDING FALL PREVENTION
Monday
J. Desrosiers*, L. ROBICHAUD, L. DEMERS, I. GÉLINAS, L. NOREAU, D. DURAND
(Sherbrooke, Canada)
T. Wulff*, C. HENDRIKSEN (København, Denmark)
PB6 266 ›
FALLS PREVENTION AND THE TAI CHI INTERVENTION PARADOX
R. Savage* (Vancouver, Canada)
PB6 267 ›
STOPS WALKING WHEN TALKING: A PREDICTOR OF FALLS IN OLDER ADULTS?
O. Beauchet*, C. ANNWEILER, G. ALLALI, R. KRESSIG, S. BRINDENBAUGH, F. ASSAL, F. HERRMANN (Angers, France)
PB6 268 ›
RISK FACTORS FOR RECURRENT FALLS IN THE ELDERLY POPULATION:
RESULTS FROM THE PCR4 STUDY
A. Rossat*, B. FANTINO, C. NITENBERG, C. ANNWEILER, F. HERMANN, O. BEAUCHET (Lyon, St-Etienne, France)
PB6 269 ›
THE OCCURRENCE OF FALLS, FEAR OF FALLING AND FALL-RELATED
EFFICACY AMONG INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY
R. Corrêa Dias*, R. ALVARENGA VIEIRA , M. DE CASTRO FURTADO , R. CORRÊA
DIAS , V. SANTOS BORGES, P. AZEVEDO GARCIA , D. SIRINEU PEREIRA, M. FIGUEIREDO FREIRE , É. GONÇALVES SILVA SANTOS (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 270 ›
HEALTH PROFESSIONAL’S ROLES ACCORDING TO THE STROKE CAREGIVER’S
TESTIMONY WHILE PROVIDING INFORMAL REHABILITATION AT HOME IN
THAILAND
P. JULLAMATE*, Z. AZEREDO, E. ROSENBERG, R. SUBGRANON (Chonburi, Thailand)
PB6 271 ›
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF INJURIES OF ELDERLY PEOPLE IN
FRENCH SKIING RESORTS
PB6 272 ›
REHABILITATION FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN LONG-TERM CARE: A COCHRANE
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
N. FENET*, J. LAPORTE, D. CONSTANS, P. NEYRET, H. ARNAUD (ARRAS, France)
J. Young*, R. LAMBLEY, A. FORSTER, J. YOUNG, J. HARDY, J. SMITH, J. GREEN, E. BURNS (Bradford, United Kingdom)
PB6 273 ›
LONG-TERM EFFECT OF A MULTIFACTORIAL FALL PREVENTION PROGRAM ON
THE INCIDENCE OF FALLS REQUIRING MEDICAL TREATMENT
PB6 274 ›
THE EFFECT OF AGE ON RANKL EXPRESSION OF OSTEOBLASTS AND T CELLS
IN A MURINE MODEL
M. Salminen*, T. VAHLBERG, S. KIVELÄ (University of Turku, Finland)
P. Pietschmann *, W. SIPOS, D. KRENBEK, P. VARGA, P. ZYSSET, M. RAUNER
(Vienna, Austria)
197
Monday 6
PB6 275 ›
Posters
INTERVENTION IN PRE- FRAIL ELDERLY AT THE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE:
PILOT STUDY
V. Lino*, E. ENGSTROM M, L. FERREIRA N, M. CARREIRO L, M. PINTO O (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PB6 276 ›
RELATION BETWEEN THE GRAVITY CENTER AND THE RISK OF FALLS IN ELDERLY
L. Fonseca*, M. SCHEICHER (Bauru, Brazil)
PB6 277 ›
COPING STRATEGIES AND SOCIAL PARTICIPATION OF COMMUNITY-DWELLING
OLDER ADULTS
Monday
L. Demers*, J. DESROSIERS, L. ROBICHAUD, I. GÉLINAS, L. NOREAU (Montreal,
Canada)
PB6 278 ›
PERFORMANCE OF COMMUNITY DWELLING ELDERLY IN QUESTIONNAIRE
OF QUALITY OF LIFE (SF-36) AND YOUR CORRELATION WITH DISEASES AND
DISABILITY
F. Pereira*, F. SOUZA MÁXIMO PEREIRA, R. CARDOSO GUIMARÃES, M. CLEMENTINO ALMEIDA, I. FERNANDA ALVES SANTOS, M. DE SÁ PITTONDO, D. ROSÂNGELA CORREA, L. SOUZA MÁXIMO PEREIRA (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 279 ›
COMPARISON OF HIP FRACTURE INCIDENCE AND TRENDS BETWEEN
GERMANY AND AUSTRIA 1995-2004
PB6 280 ›
A SIMPLE CLINICAL SCALE TO STRATIFY RISK OF RECURRENT FALLS IN
ELDERLY PEOPLE
E. Mann*, G. MEYER, B. HAASTERT, A. ICKS (Rankweil, Austria)
S. BUATOIS*, B. SEVERINE, P. CHRISTINE, G. RENE, M. PATRICK, V. GUY, P. PHILIPPE,
B. ATHANASE (Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, France)
PB6 281 ›
COMPARISON OF STRENGTH AND AEROBIC TRAINING ON BASAL SERUM IGF-1
AND CORTISOL LEVEL IN ELDERLY WOMEN
PB6 282 ›
SARCOPENIA AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN
PB6 283 ›
COURSE OF IMPROVEMENT IN INPATIENT GERIATRIC REHABILITATION - FEAR
THE FEAR OF FALLING
R. G. S. Vale*, Y. P. S. F. MENESES, J. S. NOVAES, A. F. D. ANDRADE (Natal, Brazil)
D. Baylis*, A. AIHIE SAYER, C. COOPER, H. SYDDALL (Southampton, UK)
M. Denkinger*, T. NIKOLAUS, A. LUKAS, M. JAMOUR, S. BAILER, A. BADER (Ulm,
Germany)
PB6 284 ›
A MULTICENTRE RCT OF A DAY HOSPITAL FALLS PREVENTION PROGRAMME
FOR COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER PEOPLE
J. Gladman*, S. CONROY, T. MASUD, C. COUPLAND , A. DRUMMOND , R. HARWOOD,
D. KENDRICK, T. SACH, R. TAYLOR, J. YOUDE, J. EDMANS (Leicester, UK)
PB6 285 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FALLS, FEAR OF FALLING AND HEALTH-RELATED
QUALITY OF LIFE IN A COHORT OF COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS
W. Wong*, Y. SITOH, N. ISMAIL, Y. LEONG, S. CHAN, H. LIM, S. SEAH, N. MATTHEW, T. NG (Singapore, Singapore)
PB6 286 ›
QUALITY OF HOSPITAL RECORDING AND CODING FOR GERIATRIC SYNDROMES
A. GUPTA*, U. SINHA, G. SALONI (CARMARTHEN, United Kingdom)
PB6 287 ›
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN AGING: THE MOBILIZE
BOSTON STUDY
L. Eggermont*, W. MILBERG, L. LIPSITZ, E. SCHERDER, S. LEVEILLE (Amsterdam,
The Netherlands)
198
Posters
PB6 288 ›
Monday 6
COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IMPROVES THE PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF THE
PHENOTYPE OF FRAILTY FOR ADVERSE HEALTH OUTCOMES
J. AVILA-FUNES*, H. AMIEVA, P. BARBERGER-GATEAU, L. GUTIERREZ-ROBLEDO, J. DARTIGUES (Bordeaux, France)
PB6 289 ›
SCREENING FOR FALLS ON THE GERIATRIC WARD: ARE INSTRUMENTS
PERFORMING BETTER THAN NURSES?
N. Van Den Noortgate*, J. DEKONINCK, A. LIGNEEL, A. VELGHE, M. PETROVIC
(ICHTEGEM, Belgium)
PB6 290 ›
FALLS IN THE ELDERLY: WHO, WHEN, WHERE AND WHY FALLS IN NURSING
HOME
PB6 291 ›
Monday
G. Ricci*, S. BODINI, P. COSSO, L. FRANCHI, P. PAGLIARI, S. SALA, A. IANES
(Villasanta, Italy)
CONCURRENT UTILIZATION REVIEW TO FACILITATE THE EARLIER
REHABILITATION OF OLDER PATIENTS
C. Poulos* (Warrawong, Australia)
PB6 292 ›
UNMET PHYSICAL ACTIVITY NEED IN OLD AGE
M. Rantakokko*, S. IWARSSON, R. LEINONEN, E. HEIKKINEN, T. RANTANEN
(Jyväskylä, Finland)
PB6 293 ›
EFFECTS OF RESISTANCE STRENGTH OR STRETCHING TRAINING AND
DETRAINING ON FUNCTIONAL STATUS IN ELDERLY
A. Gomes*, R. LOCKS, T. COSTA, S. KOPPE, A. FORMIGA, M. CAMARGO (Matinhos,
Brazil)
PB6 294 ›
DIFFERENCES IN MUSCLE ACTIVITY BETWEEN NONFRAIL AND PREFRAIL
OLDER WOMEN DURING DAILY LIFE
O. Theou*, G. JONES, J. JAKOBI, A. VANDERVOORT (London, Canada)
PB6 295 ›
DIZZINESS AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY ADULTS: RESULTS FROM
ANDES MOUNTAINS
PB6 296 ›
DEMENTIA AND HIP FRACTURE: EPIDEMIOLOGY, PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL AND
CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS
F. Gomez*, C. CURCIO (Manizales, Colombia)
A. Fisher*, W. SRIKUSALANUKUL, M. DAVIS, M. BUDGE (Canberra, Australia)
PB6 297 ›
RE-DEFINING THE « GERIATRIC GIANTS »
P. O’Mahony*, S. YAU, R. LINDLEY (Croydon, United Kingdom)
PB6 298 ›
EFFECT AT 1 MONTH OF A LARGE DOSE OF VITAMIN D3 IN FRAIL ELDERLY
PATIENTS WITH LOW 25OHD SERUM CONCENTRATION.
G. DESCHASSE*, G. DESCHASSE, D. CHAVANNE, V. DARDAINE-GIRAUD, M. LAMANDÉ, H. RIPAULT-CESBRON, T. CONSTANS (TOURS, France)
PB6 299 ›
OPERATIONALISING FRAILTY DEFINITIONS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT – A MAPPING EXERCISE
C. Ferguson*, J. WOODARD, S. CONROY, J. BANERJEE (Leicester, UK)
PB6 300 ›
IMPLEMENTATION OF A PHYSICAL EXERCISE PROGRAM IN COMMUNITY FOR
PEOPLE WITH STROKE: THE STANDPOINT OF PARTICIPANTS
PB6 301 ›
PREDICTORS OF MORTALITY IN ELDERLY HIP FRACTURE PATIENTS ADMITTED
TO AN ORTHOGERIATRIC UNIT IN OSLO
K. Perreault*, J. DESROSIERS, J. LAMONTAGNE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
K. Holvik*, A. RANHOFF, M. MARTINSEN, L. SOLHEIM (Oslo, Norway)
199
Monday 6
Posters
PB6 302 ›
COMPARISONS OF TOOLS PREDICTING FUNCTIONAL DECLINE AFTER
HOSPITALISATION OF OLDER PATIENTS
M. De Saint-Hubert*, I. DE BAUWER, D. SCHOEVAERDTS , P. CORNETTE, B. BOLAND, C. SWINE (Yvoir, Belgium)
PB6 303 ›
CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS REFERRED TO FALL CLINIC
AND EXAMINED WITH EVENT RECORDER
Z. Abdullaeva*, A. CHRISTIANSEN (Copenhagen, Denmark)
PB6 304 ›
KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES ABOUT PARTICIPATION IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY:
AN INVESTIGATION OF OLDER POST-ACUTE HOSPITAL INPATIENTS
Monday
A. Buttery *, A. BUTTERY, F. MARTIN (LONDON, United Kingdom)
PB6 305 ›
PARTICIPATION RESTRICTION IN FRAIL OLDER PEOPLE: EXTENT, NATURE AND
UNDERLYING FACTORS
N. Fairhall*, C. SHERRINGTON, N. MONAGHAN, K. LOCKWOOD, S. KURRLE, S. LORD, I. CAMERON (Sydney, Australia)
PB6 306 ›
NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF IMPAIRED MOBILITY IN NURSING HOME
RESIDENTS
A. Komiyama* (Yokohama, Japan)
PB6 307 ›
STRONTIUM RANELATE OVER 5 YEARS REDUCES NON VERTEBRAL
FRACTURES IN WOMEN AGE ≥ 80 AND IS COST SAVING
B. Vellas*, E. SEEMAN, S. BOONEN, F. BORGSTRÖM, B. VELLAS, J. AQUINO, J. SEMLER, C. BENHAMOU, J. KAUFMAN, J. REGINSTER (HEIDELBERG, Australia)
PB6 308 ›
THE EFFECT OF A HIGH ANIMAL PROTEIN DIET COMBINED WITH RESISTANCE
TRAINING ON APPENDICULAR MUSCLE MASS IN OLDER ADULTS
M. Maltais*, F. BOBEUF, M. LABONTÉ, I. DIONNE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB6 309 ›
VIDEOFLUOROSCOPIC SWALLOW FINDINGS IN ADULT PATIENTS AND THE
ELDERLY WITH COMPLAINTS OF COUGH
PB6 310 ›
REHABILITATION NEEDS OF CARE HOME RESIDENTS: WHO DETERMINES IT?
T. Bilton*, N. ZAMBOTTI, H. GUARINO (São Paulo, Brazil)
Y. Chang*, Y. CHANG, L. CHEN, S. HWANG, C. LAN (Taipei, Taiwan)
PB6 311 ›
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AS A PREDICTOR OF ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY AMONG
OLDER PEOPLE WITH CARDIAC DISEASE
M. Äijö*, T. PARKATTI (Kuopio, Finland)
PB6 312 ›
RAPID IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME FOR HIP FRACTURE CARE IN ENGLAND
E. Aitken* (Coventry, United Kingdom)
PB6 313 ›
DOES THE ORAL NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTATION IN UNDERNOURISHED
OLDER PEOPLE AFTER HOSPITALISATION REDUCE DISABILITY?
R. Price*, M. SHIELDS, J. POTTER, D. STOTT, M. MCMURDO (Dundee, United Kingdom)
PB6 314 ›
SURVIVAL AND LONG TERM FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME IN NONAGENARIAN
PATIENTS AFTER HIP FRACTURE
M. TOLFA*, D. INTISO, F. DI RIENZO, G. GRIMALDI, T. LOMBARDI, P. FIORE, G. MARUZZI, A. IAROSSI, M. TOLFA, M. RUSSO, L. PAZIENZA (San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy)
PB6 315 ›
HOME AND CLINICAL ASSESSMENTS OF INSTRUMENTAL ACTIVITIES OF DAILY
LIVING IN FRAIL OLDER ADULTS
V. Provencher*, L. DEMERS, I. GÉLINAS (Montreal, Canada)
200
Posters
PB6 316 ›
Monday 6
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF FALLS IN THE ELDERLY IN TUNISIAN POPULATION
I. KSONTINI*, I. KSONTINI, S. LEBIB, C. DZIRI, S. HAJEM (Marsa, Tunisia)
PB6 317 ›
IMPACT OF A NURSES’ URINARY INCONTINENCE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON
THEIR HOME CARE OLDER INCONTINENT PATIENTS
PB6 318 ›
FUNCTIONAL STATUS IN FRAIL OLDER PEOPLE PREDICTS CARER BURDEN
C. Collette*, G. BRAVO, L. TU (Sherbrooke, Canada)
C. Aggar*, S. RONALDSON, N. MONAGHAN, K. LOCKWOOD, I. CAMERON
(Camperdown, Australia)
PB6 319 ›
WEIGHT CHANGES IN ELDERLY AND HOW IT ASSOCIATES WITH THE RISK OF
DEVELOPING OSTEOPOROSIS
PB6 320 ›
TEN YEARS BONUS OF FITNESS AFTER A SHORT TRAINING PROGRAM AMONG
OLDER SUBJECTS
T. Vogel*, P. BRECHAT, P. LEPRÊTRE, G. KALTENBACH, M. BERTHEL, J. LONSDORFER (Strasbourg, France)
PB6 321 ›
Monday
S. Berkemeyer*, J. SCHUMACHER, U. THIEM, L. PIENTKA (Herne, Germany)
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF THE DEPENDENCE WITHIN THE TUNISIAN POPULATION OF
65 AND MORE YEARS OLD
I. Ksontini*, R. ZNAIDI, N. MEJRI, S. HAJEM (Marsa, Tunisia)
PB6 322 ›
FEASIBILITY OF THE FRIED CRITERIA FOR FRAILTY SCREENING IN AN
INTERVENTION TRIAL
PB6 323 ›
COMPARAISON OF A BIOMEDICAL SPECTROSCOPIC ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE
ANALYSIS WITH FOUR CLINICAL MEASURES OF MUSCLE PERFORMANCE TO
DETECT SARCOPENIA FOR THE OLD PATIENTS
M. Drey*, A. ZECH, B. FISCHER, K. PFEIFER, C. SIEBER, J. BAUER (Nuremberg, Germany)
E. Rivier*, T. GAUTHIER, A. MAILLARD, I. PIESSEVAUX, C. GLAUSER, N. YERSIN, E. RENAUDIN, R. GOSNIER, P. LAMOTHE, M. BLANC, S. KRIEG (Blonay,
Switzerland)
PB6 324 ›
GENDER DIFFERENCES OF UPPER MUSCLE STRENGTH AND OXYGEN
HEMOGLOBIN SATURATION IN ELDERLY RESIDENTIAL HOME
K. Chien*, C. CHOU , Y. HUANG, C. LIN, T. LIU, C. CHEN (Taoyuan, Taiwan)
PB6 325 ›
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AT AN ACUTE GERIATRIC UNIT: DESCRIPTION AND
RESULTS
J. Gajardo* (Santiago, Chile)
PB6 326 ›
EFFECT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY COUNSELING ON DISABILITY AMONG OLDER
PEOPLE: A 2-YEAR RCT
M. Von Bonsdorff*, R. LEINONEN, U. KUJALA, E. HEIKKINEN, T. TÖRMÄKANGAS,
M. HIRVENSALO, M. RASINAHO, S. KARHULA, M. MÄNTY, T. RANTANEN (Jyväskylä,
Finland)
PB6 327 ›
FRAILTY, FALLS, FEAR OF FALLING AND FUNCTIONALITY IN ELDERLY
ASSISTED AT AN INTERDISCIPLINARY OUTPATIENT GERONTOLOGIC AND
GERIATRIC CLINIC
J. Domingues Dias*, V. SANTOS BORGES, R. CORRÊA DIAS, R. ALVARENGA VIEIRA,
P. MACHADO ARANTES, S. LANZIOTTI AZEVEDO DA SILVIA (Belo Horizonte,
Brazil)
PB6 328 ›
ADVANTAGES FOR SUBCUTANEOUS HYDRATION IN FRAGILE PSYCHOGERIATRIC PATIENTS
S. BERNADES*, M. MIRA (Martorell, Spain)
201
Monday 6
PB6 329 ›
Posters
REMOVAL OF URINARY CATHETERS IN OLDER’S WOMEN: A PROTOCOL USING
PORTABLE ULTRASONOGRAPHIC DEVICE
H. Ripault-Cesbron*, V. DARDAINE-GIRAUD, M. LAMANDE, T. CONSTANS (Tours,
France)
PB6 330 ›
GERIATRIC-ORTHOPAEDIC UNIT: FUNCTIONAL AND RISK OF FALL
ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS INCLUDED IN A REHABILITATION PROGRAMME.
Monday
L. Vich Martorell*, A. TRUYOLS, F. ALBERTÍ, A. GALMÉS, J. CARBONERO, F. PALACIOS, L. FELIU (Palma Mallorca, Spain)
PB6 331 ›
EFFECT OF AGE ON PHYSICAL FUNCTION, EXERCISE PERFORMANCE AND
DYSPNEA IN CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE
PB6 332 ›
DETERMINANT FACTORS FOR THE PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY LEVEL OF ELDERLY
INDIVIDUALS IN A MEDIUM-SIZED CITY IN INNER SãO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL
L. Mackin*, V. CARRIERI-KOHLMAN, N. STOTTS, W. GOLD (San Francisco, USA)
C. Jose Eduardo*, J. CORRENTE, T. RUIZ (Botucatu, Brazil)
PB6 333 ›
EXERCISE REHABILITATION TO HOME-DWELLING PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA – A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED INTERVENTION STUDY. PRESENTATION OF THE
TRIAL DESIGN AND ITS FEASIBILITY
PB6 334 ›
CIRCUMSTANCES OF FALLS IN PATIENTS WITH PROXIMAL FEMUR FRACTURE
PB6 335 ›
THE EFFECTS OF DELAYS IN COMMUNITY HOSPITAL TRANSFER ON
INDEPENDENCE OUTCOMES FOR OLDER PEOPLE
K. Pitkala*, M. LAAKKONEN, M. RAIVIO, R. TILVIS, T. STRANDBERG (Helsinki, Finland)
A. Machado*, J. CORRENTE, G. PEREIRA, D. DINHANE (Botucatu, Brazil)
J. Green*, J. YOUNG (Bradford, United Kingdom)
PB6 336 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH HIP FRACTURE AND THEIR
NEED FOR REHABILITATION
PB6 337 ›
DIFFERENCES IN THE MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT DURING SIT TO STAND
TEST BETWEEN FALL AND NO FALL ELDERLY
A. Ranhoff*, K. HOLVIK, M. MARTINSEN, K. DOMAAS, L. SOLHEIM (Oslo, Norway)
S. Castro*, R. GUZMAN, A. ARANEDA, H. MELIAN, B. CORDIER (Santiago, Chile)
PB6 338 ›
MEASURING FRAILTY: THE TILBURG FRAILTY INDICATOR (TFI) A TOOL TO
IDENTIFY FRAIL COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER PEOPLE
R. Gobbens*, K. LUIJKX, M. VAN ASSEN, R. WIJNEN, J. SCHOLS (Breda, The Netherlands)
PB6 339 ›
THREE UNEXPECTED HAPPY END CASE REPORTS
S. DA SILVA*, S. MARILIER, I. MARTIN-PFITZENMEYER, P. MANCKOUNDIA (DIJON,
France)
PB6 340 ›
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF BONE STRENGTH AND PHYSICAL FUNCTION IN
COMMUNITY-DWELLING AND INSTITUTINALIZED ELDERLY
T. Komatsu*, F. TOGO, H. PARK, T. MITANI, C. OKADA, Y. MUTOH (Tokyo, Japan)
PB6 341 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) OVER THE BONE MASS IN
ELDERLY WOMEN
K. Helena Coelho Vilaça*, J. OLIVEIRA CARNEIRO, G. ARCARO DE LIMA, E. FERRIOLII, N. KILZA COSTA LIMA , F. JOSÉ ALBUQUERQUE DE PAULA, J. CESAR
MORIGUTI (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PB6 342 ›
DYNAMICS AND HETEROGENEITY IN THE PROCESS OF HUMAN FRAILTY AND
AGING: EVIDENCE FROM THE U.S. OLDER ADULT POPULATION
Y. Yang*, L. LEE (Chicago, United States)
202
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 343 ›
WHICH IS MORE EFFECTIVE AT REDUCING FALLS AND IMPROVING QUALITY
OF LIFE IN OLDER FALLERS? DOMICILIARY VERSUS CENTRE-BASED
REHABILITATION
PB6 344 ›
THE ECCENTRIC STRENGTH TRAINING INCREASES CARDIAC SYMPATHETIC
MODULATION IN RESTING CONDITION
T. Comans*, M. CURRIN, C. PETERS , T. HAINES, S. BRAUER (Brisbane, Australia)
A. Takahashi*, R. MELO, R. QUITÉRIO, E. SILVA, E. TOBALDINI, A. PORTA, N. MONTANO, A. CATAI (São Carlos, Brazil)
Gender-specific medicine / Menopause / Ageing male
PB6 345 ›
INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY PATIENTS IN BEHESHTI
HOSPITAL OF KASHAN-IRAN 2007
M. Momen Heravi*, Z. SOLEYMANI, K. ESALATMANESH (Kashan, Islamic Republic of IraN)
PB6 346 ›
Monday
GENDER DISPARITY IN HEALTH AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING CHINESE
OLDER PEOPLE IN HONG KONG
D. Yu*, D. LEE, D. YU (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 347 ›
SELF-REPORTED HEALTH AS A PREDICTOR OF MORTALITY IN ELDERLY MEN
LIVING IN A MEDIUM SIZE CITY IN BRAZIL
L. Santiago*, C. OLIVEIRA NOVAES, I. ECHENIQUE MATTOS (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PB6 348 ›
GENETIC VARIATION OF CYP19 (AROMATASE) GENE INFLUENCES AGE AT
ONSET OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN WOMEN
R. Corbo*, G. GAMBINA, L. ULIZZI, E. BROGGIO, S. RENATO (Rome, Italy)
Gerontechnology
PB6 349 ›
EFFECTS AND COSTS OF TELEPHONE COUNSELING FOR OLDER ADULTS WITH
BREAST LUNG OR PROSTATE CANCER
B. Downe-Wamboldt*, L. BUTLER, P. MELANSON, J. SINGLETON, J. KEEFE
(Halifax, Canada)
PB6 350 ›
NOCTURNAL WANDERING AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION: CROSS-SECTIONAL
AND LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF ELDERLY INPATIENTS IN FRANCE
S. Banerjee*, G. CORTE-FRANCO, F. STEENKESTE, P. COUTURIER (Grenoble,
France)
PB6 351 ›
COLLEGE TECHNICAL DEGREE IN GERONTOLOGY APPLIED TO HOME HEALTH
CARE, ACCESSIBLE TO ANYONE WITH AN INTERNET CONNECTION ANYWHERE
IN THE WORLD
P. Sibourg* (LYON, France)
PB6 352 ›
EFFECTS OF A ROBOTIC WALKING EXERCISE ON WALKING PERFORMANCE IN
COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY ADULTS
H. Shimada*, T. HIRATA, Y. KIMURA, N. TAKAKO, K. KIKUCHI, K. ODA, K. ISHII, K. ISHIWATA, T. SUZUKI (Tokyo, Japan)
PB6 353 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF EQUIPMENT FOR TEMPORAL ORIENTATION
M. Guimaraães Assis Tirado*, M. TIRADO, A. OLIVEIRA, A. PERTENCE, L. PEREIRA, M. MANCINI (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 354 ›
HEALTH PROMOTION AND ELDERLY
A. Hakim*, A. HAKIM (Ahvaz, Islamic Republic of Iran)
203
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 355 ›
A PILOT STUDY ON SELF-MEDICATION CARE OF COMMUNITY DWELLING
ELDERS IN HONG KONG
PB6 356 ›
SPORT TRAUMATISM AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN ELDERLY AND OLD PEOPLE
PB6 357 ›
THE YIELD OF ROUTINE EEG IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS
C. PANG*, W. CYNTHIA, L. CLAUDIA (Hong Kong, CHINA)
V. Benberin*, S. TROFIMOVA (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
Z. OURABAH*, V. NGUYEN MICHEL, Y. BOUDALI, A. GOURONNEC, S. ELWAN, G. MOTAMED, S. AL-RIFAI, C. SEBBAN (IVRY SUR SEINE, France)
Monday
PB6 358 ›
IN HOME TELEREHABILITATIONFOR POST-KNEE ARTHROPLASTY SURGERY: A PILOT STUDY
M. Tousignant*, B. PATRICK, M. HÉLÈNE, C. HÉLÈNE, C. FRANÇOIS (Sherbrooke,
Canada)
PB6 359 ›
AGING DISABILITY AND OLD AGE DISEASES
PB6 360 ›
AN EXAMINATION OF THE MARKET POTENTIAL FOR AMBIENT ASSISTED
LIVING TECHNOLOGY IN CANADA
M. Adib-Hajbaghery*, M. AGHAJANI (Kashan, Islamic Republic of Iran)
S. Robert* (White Rock, Canada)
PB6 361 ›
OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA (OSA) IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
X. LAM*, S. ROUHANI, L. LUCHON, D. DUSSER, S. MEAUME, A. DINH-XUAN (Ivry sur Seine, France)
PB6 362 ›
IS THERE PRIVACY IN HOME HEALTH CARE?
M. Kinnunen*, H. LEINO-KILPI (Kantvik, Finland)
PB6 363 ›
A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE NIGHT-DAY LEVELS OF ACTIVITIES OF ELDER
PATIENT IN A HEALTH SMART HOME
N. NOURY*, T. HADIDI (LA TRONCHE, France)
PB6 364 ›
GERIATRICS RESEARCH IN TURKEY FROM A NATIONAL JOURNAL
PERSPECTIVE 1998-2008
Y. Gokce-Kutsal*, C. AKKOC (Sihhiye, Ankara, Turkey)
Intensive care
PB6 365 ›
HUMANIZATION PROCESS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS ADMITTED IN THE INTENSIVE
THERAPY UNIT
T. Brum*, A. BRUM, L. COSTA, V. LOPES, M. BARROS, D. SUETH, M. VIEIRA, O. FAVORETO (Itaperuna, Brazil)
PB6 366 ›
RAPID RESPONSE TEAM (RRT) IN INTRA-HOSPITALAR MEDICAL EMERGENCY
CARE - AN OVERVIEW OF ELDERLY ASSISTANCE
PB6 367 ›
INCIDENCE AND ASSOCIATED CONDITIONS FOR NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS IN
BRAZILIAN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
V. Maluly Filho*, M. GUIMARAES (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
P. Villas Boas*, N. SERAFIM, M. SILVA , A. MONTELLI, A. MONDELLI, A. VALLE
(Botucatu, Brazil)
PB6 368 ›
PREVALENCE OF DERMATOPOROSIS IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS DURING SHORTTO MEDIUM-LENGTH PERIODS OF HOSPITALIZATION
A.M. SCHMITT*, V. MENGEAUD, C. VIEU, G. JOSSE, V. GARDETTE, B. VELLAS
(TOULOUSE, France)
204
Posters
PB6 369 ›
Monday 6
THE USE OF POTENTIALLY INAPPROPRIATE DRUGS IN ELDERLY IN-PATIENTS
J. Juliana Locatelli* (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB6 370 ›
FUNCTIONAL DECLINE AND SELF-PERCEIVED HEALTH IN OLDER PATIENTS
AFTER ICU STAY
C. Magnette*, A. DIVE, C. SWINE, M. DE SAINT HUBERT (Jambes, Belgium)
Long-term care
PB6 371 ›
URINARY RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
TREATMENT IN WOMEN
PB6 372 ›
HEALTH AND FUNCTIONAL STATUS AND UTILIZATION OF HEALTH SERVICES
AMONG HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS AND GENERAL POPULATION
E. Iecovich*, S. CARMEL (Beer Sheva, Israel)
PB6 373 ›
Monday
M. Lamyian*, M. SHAGERD HADDAD, R. MASSOMI, S. FAGHIHZADEH, F. AHMADI
(Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
MENTAL AND FUNCTIONAL COMPARISION FOR INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY
IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES
M. CONVERSO*, N. COSTA ARROYO, F. AUGUSTO SCALET MEDINA (PRESIDENTE
PRUDENTE, Brazil)
Metabolic syndrome / Diabetes / Obesity / Nutrition / Food
PB6 374 ›
HEALTHCARE COSTS FOR PEOPLE AGED 65+ TWO YEARS PRIOR TO THEM
RECEIVING LONG-TERM MUNICIPAL CARE
PB6 375 ›
DEVELOPMENT AND RELIABILITY OF A QUESTIONNAIRE FOR DESCRIBING
RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES FOR SENIORS
J. Kristensson*, I. RAHM HALLBERG, P. LUNDBORG (Lund, Sweden)
C. Lestage*, N. DUBUC, G. BRAVO (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB6 376 ›
HOW TIME FLIES: EVERYDAY WORLDS OF NEW ZEALAND REST HOME DWELLERS
L. Kiata*, N. KERSE, S. KEELING (Auckland, New Zealand)
PB6 377 ›
FACTORS RELATED TO NURSING STAFF’S FAILURE TO REPORT ELDER ABUSE
IN LONG-TERM CARE (LTC)
PB6 378 ›
INFLUENCE OF MODELS OF CARE AND STRUCTURAL EMPOWERMENT ON
INDIVIDUALIZED CARE IN LONG-TERM CARE
G. Hamel* (Buckingham, Canada)
S. Caspar*, N. O’ROURKE (Vancouver, Canada)
PB6 379 ›
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN A HIGH ELDERLY RISK ASSESSMENT INDEX
SCORE AND THIRTY DAY HOSPITAL READMISSION
P. Takahashi*, S. CRANE, C. STEPHEN, E. TUNG, G. HANSON (Rochester, USA)
PB6 380 ›
PREDICTING MORTALITY OF OLDER RESIDENTS IN LONG-TERM CARE
FACILITIES: COMORBIDITY OR CARE PROBLEMS?
L. CHEN*, L. PENG, M. LIN, H. LAI, S. HWANG, C. LAN (Taipei, Taiwan)
PB6 381 ›
TOWARDS CONTINUING NURSING CARE CONCEPTUALIZATION
J. Tavares*, A. SILVA (Coimbra, Portugal)
PB6 382 ›
WHISTLING: AN UNUSUAL PRESENTATION OF ACUTE DYSTONIA
R. Haque* (East Lansing, United States)
205
Monday 6
PB6 383 ›
Posters
FAMILY FUNCTION AND CAREGIVER’S MENTAL HEALTH OF DEPENDENT
RELATIVE
P. Anibal*, A. PEREZ PEÑARANDA, L. GARCÍA ORTIZ , E. RODRIGUEZ SÁNCHEZ,
A. LOSADA BALTAR, N. PORRAS SÁNCHEZ, M. GÓMEZ MÁRCOS (Maracay Estado Aragua, Venezuela)
PB6 384 ›
WORK-INTEGRATED EDUCATION: PLACEMENT OF NURSING STUDENTS IN
LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES
Monday
R. LEE*, M. TSE, J. LIU, C. LAI (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 385 ›
FOOT HEALTH PROBLEMS OF OLDER PEOPLE LIVING IN INSTITUTIONS - A LITERATURE REVIEW
PB6 386 ›
MEASURING THE EFFECTIVENESS AND OUTCOMES OF AN ACTIVE
REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOR STROKE CLIENTS IN A LONG TERM CARE
SETTING
M. Stolt*, P. VOUTILAINEN, H. LEINO-KILPI (Turku, Finland)
M. Lacroxi*, J. PRINGLE, P. NIPPAK , W. ISAAC (Pickering, Canada)
PB6 387 ›
MEDICATION IN ACCOMODATION INSTITUTIONS FOR THE ELDERLY: HOW TO
RECONCILE ECONOMICAL RESTRAINTS, GOOD PRACTICE AND GALENICAL
CONSTRAINTS
L. Lenfant*, F. MUGNIER, V. JOST, C. SGRO (Dijon, France)
PB6 388 ›
SOCIAL INTERACTIONS, BODY IMAGE AND ORAL HEALTH AMONG FRAIL
INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERS
L. Donnelly*, L. HURD CLARKE, A. PHINNEY, M. MACENTEE (Vancouver, Canada)
PB6 389 ›
DIETARY AND FLUID INTAKES OF OLDER ADULTS IN CARE HOMES REQUIRING
A TEXTURE MODIFIED DIET
PB6 390 ›
A COMPARISON OF CANADIAN ALTERNATE LEVEL OF CARE (ALC) PATIENTS TO
ELDERLY HOME CARE CLIENTS USING THE RAI-HC TOOL
E. Bannerman*, K. MCDERMOTT (MUSSELBURGH, United Kingdom)
N. Jutan*, A. COSTA, J. HIRDES, J. POSS (Waterloo, Canada)
PB6 391 ›
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT, MONTHLY CELEBRATIONS, SMILES AND FUN,
LIGHTS UP THE ROOM
PB6 392 ›
I WANT TO STAY IN MY OWN HOME: WHO’S GONA TAKE CARE OF ME?
PB6 393 ›
STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING ORAL HEALTH IN LONG-TERM CARE: A SCOPING
REVIEW
Y. Haney, RN, MN, GNC(C)* (Langley, Canada)
S. DUARTE*, A. COSTA (COIMBRA, Portugal)
S. Cobban*, E. EDGINGTON (Edmonton, Canada)
PB6 394 ›
PREVENTION OF UNINTENTIONAL WEIGHT LOSS IN NURSING HOME
RESIDENTS: A CONTROLLED TRIAL OF FEEDING ASSISTANCE
S. Simmons*, E. KEELER, X. ZHUO, K. HICKEY, H. SATO, J. SCHNELLE (Nashville,
United States)
PB6 395 ›
COST EFFECTIVENESS OF TWO NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTIONS: A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL
S. Simmons*, E. KEELER, X. ZHUO, J. SCHNELLE (Nashville, USA)
PB6 396 ›
ACUTE PANCREATISIS DISEASE DUE TO MORPHINICS: AN ETIOLOGY TO BEAR
IN MIND
R. Gonthier*, E. CRAWFORD, D. FEDERICO (Saint etienne, France)
206
Posters
PB6 397 ›
Monday 6
THYROID DYSFUNCTION IN AGED HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS: PREVALENCE,
ETIOLOGY, AND CLINICAL OUTCOME
M. Guerrero*, P. IGLESIAS, A. MUÑOZ, F. PRADO, M. GUERRERO, M. MACÍAS, E. RIDRUEJO, P. TAJADA, J. DIEZ, V. HERNANDEZ, R. ALONSO (Segovia, Spain)
PB6 398 ›
THE EFFECTS OF CARBOHYDRATE AND FAT DIGESTION ON PLASMA GHRELIN
CONCENTRATIONS IN HEALTHY YOUNG ADULTS
K. Tai*, A. HAMMOND, J. WISHART, M. HOROWITZ, I. CHAPMAN (Adelaide,
Australia)
DIABETES AND HEALTH OUTCOMES AMONG OLDER TAIWANESE WITH HIP
FRACTURE
PB6 400 ›
BODY MASS INDEX AND RISK OF NON-CARDIAC POST-OPERATIVE MEDICAL
COMPLICATIONS IN ELDERLY HIP FRACTURE PATIENTS: A POPULATIONBASED STUDY
Y. Shyu*, J. LIANG, M. CHEN, H. CHENG, C. WU (Taoyuan , Taiwan)
J. Batsis*, J. HUDDLESTON, L. MELTON, P. HUDDLESTON, D. LARSON, R. GULLERUD, M. MCMAHON (Lebanon, United States of America)
PB6 401 ›
Monday
PB6 399 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE AND GLYCEMIC CONTROL OF PEOPLE WITH DIABETES AT
MEDICAL OUT PATIENT UNIT, RAMATHIBODI HOSPITAL
B. Wongsunopparat*, C. NGARMUKOS, P. BUNNAG, N. PUKPOBSUK (Bangkok,
Thailand)
PB6 402 ›
USEFULNESS OF GERIATRIC NUTRITIONAL RISK INDEX IN ASSESSING THE
NUTRITIONAL STATE OF LONG-TERM HOSPITALIZED JAPANESE FRAIL
ELDERLY
PB6 403 ›
THE HIGH RISK OF MALNUTRITION IN THE COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER
PEOPLE IN POLAND AND ITS DETERMINANTS
M. Sakai*, T. ENOMOTO (Hikigun, Saitama, Japan)
Z. Wojszel* (Bialystok, Poland)
PB6 404 ›
ABDOMINAL CIRCUMFERENCE AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE IN ELDERLY
WOMEN
A. Parentoni*, É. DA SILVEIRA, M. PIMENTA, S. ALVARENGA, R. DO AMARANTE, L. VERSIANI, G. SAMORA, I. CUNHA FILHO (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 405 ›
NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTION SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASED THE PROGRESSION
OF DETERIORATION MENTAL FUNCTIONS OF THE PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER
DISEASE(AD)-RESULTS OF MULTICENTRIC STUDY ON 156 PATIENTS
M. Navratilova*, J. JARKOVSKY, M. HAMROVA, B. LEONARD, A. VASKU, E. CESKOVA, L. SOBOTKA (Brno, Czech Republic)
PB6 406 ›
DIETARY PATTERNS ASSOCIATED WITH BONE FRACTURE IN JAPANESE
ELDERLY: A POPULATION BASED PROSPECTIVE STUDY
PB6 407 ›
IS THE ROLE OF AGE IMPORTANT FOR OCCURRENCE OF HLA DRB1*03 AND
DRB1*04 ALLELES IN DIABETICS TYPE 1 AND LADA ?
Y. Monma*, K. IWASAKI (Japan)
P. Weber*, H. MELUZÍNOVÁ, H. KUBESOVÁ, V. POLCAROVÁ, P. CEJKOVÁ, M. CERNÁ
(Brno, Czech Republic)
PB6 408 ›
FAT MASS PROTECTS HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY PEOPLE AGAINST MORBIDITY
AND MORTALITY
O. Bouillanne*, B. OLIVIER, D. ANTOINE, H. PHASARO, H. BRIGITTE, C. LUC, A. CHRISTIAN, C. LUC, B. OLIVIER, A. CHRISTIAN (Limeil-Brevannes, France)
207
Monday 6
PB6 409 ›
Posters
OBJECTIVE AND SELF-REPORTED PHYSICAL CAPACITY MEASURES AFTER AN
INTERVENTION IN OBESE OLDER WOMEN
M. Sénéchal*, D. BOUCHARD, L. SOUCY, I. DIONNE, M. BROCHU (Sherbrooke,
Canada)
PB6 410 ›
DIABETES AND FUNCTIONAL LIMITATION IN OLDER TAIWANESE ADULTS
F. Lu*, D. CHAN, S. WU (Taipei, Taiwan)
PB6 411 ›
OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF PROBIOTICS (LACTOBACILLUS
CASEI SHIROTA) IN THE TREATMENT OF CONSTIPATION IN THE ELDERLY
Monday
S. Mei Min*, D. POWER (Dublin, Ireland)
PB6 412 ›
PROTEIN-ENERGY MALNUTRITION AMONG THE ELDERLY: IMPLICATIONS FOR
NURSING PRACTICE
PB6 413 ›
NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND NUTRITIONAL CARE FACTORS OF ELDERLY IN
DIFFERENT CARE SETTINGS
D. Price* (Albany, United States)
H. Soini*, M. SUOMINEN, S. MUURINEN, T. STRANDBERG, K. PITKALA (Helsinki,
Finland)
PB6 414 ›
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN METABOLIC SYNDROME AND OBESITY IN OLDER ADULTS
J. Parodi*, M. LISIGURSKI, J. FERNANDEZ (Lima, Peru)
PB6 415 ›
TETRAPEPTIDE PANKRAGEN PRODUCES ADDITIONAL SUGAR-LOWERING
EFFECT (SLE) IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS (DM2)
V. Shatylo*, O. KORKUSHKO, V. KHAVINSON, I. ANTONJUK-SHCHEGLOVA (Kyiv,
Ukraine)
PB6 416 ›
CLINICAL ASPECTS AND TREATMENT OF XEROSTOMIA
I. Galera Pardo *, F. GALERA-MOLERO, I. GALERA-PARDO, J. CASAS-TORRES
(MURCIA, Spain)
PB6 417 ›
COMPARISON OF TWO MALNUTRITION SCREENING ASSESSMENTS IN
RELATION TO BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF PROTEIN MALNUTRITION IN
GERIATRIC HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS
K. Schmitt*, T. DRESCHER, A. ULRICH, M. CHRIST-CRAIN, C. SIEBER, U. KELLER, R. KRESSIG (NuREMberg, Germany)
PB6 418 ›
BIOLOGICAL SCREENING OF VITAMIN D (25 OH-D3)IN THE ELDERLY PATIENT
L. LORENTZ*, G. AIME, M. SCHATZ, O. FEUGEAS (BISCHWILLER, France)
PB6 419 ›
PULSE PRESSURE PREDICTS MORTALITY IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
Y. Beloosesky*, M. BOAZ, R. KORNOWSKI, E. GROSSMAN (Petach-Tikva, Israel)
PB6 420 ›
METABOLIC DISORDRS IN PATIENTS OF GERIATRIC DEPARTMENT
P. Mikus*, S. KRAJCÍK, I. BARTOSOVIC (Bratislava, Slovakia)
PB6 421 ›
ASSOCIATION OF LOW SERUM ALBUMIN AND HIGH CRP WITH COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS
A. Araki*, K. TOYOSHIMA, Y. KINBARA, Y. TAMURA, Y. CHIBA, S. MORI, H. ITO (Tokyo,
Japan)
PB6 423 ›
THE EFFECT OF A NOVEL NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTION ON RESIDENTS WITH
PROTEIN ENERGY MALNUTRITION IN CARE AND ATTENTION HOMES
H. Chan* (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 424 ›
EFFECT OF VITAMIN C AND E CONSUMPTION ON INSULIN SENSITIVITY IN
OLDER ADULTS ON A HIGH FAT DIET
P. GIGOU*, M. MALTAIS, F. BOBEUF, M. LABONTÉ, I. DIONNE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
208
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 425 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF PREDICTIVE EQUATIONS BASED ON ANTHROPOMETRIC
DATA TO ESTIMATE WEIGHT IN ELDERLY LIVING IN RIO DE JANEIRO
PB6 426 ›
MALNUTRITION AND NUTRITIONAL CARE OF PATIENTS WITH HIP FRACTURES
S. DORES*, G. VELARDE, L. CORREA, L. COHEN (NITERÓI, Brazil)
H. Thaler*, I. GERSTORFER, H. STUNDNER, P. BISWAS, E. FABIAN, I. ELMADFA
(Vienna, Austria)
PB6 427 ›
NUTRIENT DIMENSIONS IN 70-YEAR-OLD COHORTS BETWEEN 1971 AND 2000
T. Alstad* (Göteborg, Sweden)
PB6 428 ›
ENERGY REQUIREMENT IN ACUTE HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY PEOPLE: RESULTS
OF A DOUBLE LABELLED WATER STUDY
PB6 429 ›
LIVE MODIFY HABITS AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: PROMOTERS OF LONGEVITY IN
THE ELDERLY
Monday
M. BONNEFOY*, M. BONNEFOY, B. DELAIGUE, S. NORMAND, J. DRAI, S. MAILLOT, M. JAUFFRET, M. LAVILLE (Pierre-Benite, France)
M. Abecassis Faber*, M. SOARES DA SILVA (MANAUS, Brazil)
PB6 430 ›
TEST OF NUTRITIONAL CARE METHOD ABOUT RENUTRITION OF ELDERLY
HOSPITALISED PATIENTS
F. BON*, V. VANWYMELBEKE, P. PFITZENMEYER (Dijon, France)
PB6 431 ›
NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING AMONG ELDERLY
SERVICE HOUSING RESIDENTS
PB6 432 ›
ASSOCIATION OF SERUM COPPER AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES AMONG SENIOR
NURSING HOME RESIDENTS IN TAIWAN
S. Muurinen*, H. SOINI, M. SUOMINEN, K. PITKÄLÄ (Helsinki, Finland)
L. Peng*, L. PENG, L. CHEN, S. HWANG (Taipei, Taiwan)
PB6 433 ›
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY VS. SHARP DEBRIDEMENT ON PATIENT’S
WITH DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS
PB6 434 ›
EVALUATING THE VALIDITY OF A NUTRITIONAL SCREENING TOOL IN
HOSPITALIZED OLDER ADULTS
I. Kasior-Szerszen*, D. GORHAM, R. BEAN (Washington, United States)
W. Lim*, Y. LIM, T. TAN, D. LYNNE (Singapore, Singapore)
PB6 435 ›
A NUTRITIONAL FOLLOW-UP IN MALNOURISHED ELDERLY PEOPLE LIVING AT HOME
V. Van Wymelbeke*, I. MARTIN-PFITZENMEYER, S. POULAIN, P. PFITZENMEYER
(Dijon, France)
PB6 436 ›
MALNUTRITION IS AN IMPORTANT GERIATRIC SYNDROME CONTRIBUTING TO
THE SHORT TERM MORTALITY
T. Yamanaka*, N. YAMAMOTO, E. TAKASUGI, N. HOTTA, M. ISHIKAWA, G. YAMANAKA,
K. OTSUKA (Tokyo, Japan)
PB6 437 ›
HOSPITAL-BASED CASE MANAGEMENT IMPROVE NUTRITION STATUS IN
ELDERLY LIVING IN NURSE HOME
K. Huang*, W. LIN, C. LIU, H. HUANG, S. LEE, C. LIN (Taichung, Taiwan)
Network of excellence
PB6 438 ›
A SHARED LEADERSHIP NETWORK MODEL: AN INNOVATIVE ORGANIZATIONAL
STRUCTURE OF THE BC NETWORK FOR AGING RESEARCH (BCNAR)
A. Wister*, L. BEATTIE, E. GALLAGHER, G. GUTMAN, D. HEMINGWAY, C. REID, D. SINDEN, B. SYMES (Vancouver, Canada)
209
Monday 6
Posters
PB6 439 ›
BLOOMING GERIATRICS IN MOROCCO: FIRST NATIONAL MEETING OF
GERONTOLOGY IN CASABLANCA
M. Oudrhiri*, M. MAAMAR, R. DEHBI, A. ALAMI, M. SOHANE, M. DEAL, M. VERNY, T. CUDENNEC, L. LECHOWSKI (Casablanca, Morocco)
PB6 440 ›
A NOVEL MOBILE ACUTE CARE FOR THE ELDERLY (MACE) INPATIENT MODEL
OF CARE
B. Korc*, J. FARBER, C. THOMPSON, A. MOSKOWITZ, S. COHEN, R. LEIPZIG (New York, United States)
Monday
PB6 441 ›
LOSS OF AUTONOMY IN FRAIL ELDERLY AND CROSS NATIONAL COMPARISON
IN TREATMENT APPROACH – A COMMON PROJECT OF THE EAMA
H. Heppner*, D. SOMME, K. SCHMITT, R. LINDNER, A. RAJSKA-NEUMANN, A. GARCIA, M. DENKINGER, C. SIEBER (Nuremberg, Germany)
PB6 442 ›
STELLAR POTENTIAL IN GERIATRIC TRAINING AND RESEARCH
S. Lederman*, O. VAN DER WILLIK, G. MARTIN (New York, United States)
PB6 443 ›
INTEGRATED MODELS OF CARE IN ONE THIRD AGE CENTER IN MANAUS- AM
M. FABER*, J. FABER, M. SILVA (MANAUS, Brazil)
Nursing home
PB6 444 ›
PREVALENCE OF INTESTINAL PARASITES AMONG GERIATRIC RESIDENCE IN
GOLABCHI CENTER, KASHAN, IRAN 2006-2007
S. Rasti*, M. ARBABI, H. HOOSHYAR (Kashan, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PB6 445 ›
RECRUITING NURSING STUDENTS AND NEW GRADUATES INTO GERIATRIC
MENTAL HEALTH NURSING PRACTICE IN NURSING HOMES AND RELATED
RESIDENTIAL SETTINGS
PB6 446 ›
AN ELECTRONIC TRANSFER FORM FOR ADVANCE DIRECTIVE COMMUNICATION
BETWEEN A SKILLED NURSING FACILITY AND THE ED
C. Le Navenec*, S. HIRST (Calgary, Canada)
F. Hustey*, R. PALMER, D. PERDION, D. HRUBIK (Cleveland, United States)
PB6 447 ›
NEWSPAPER-CONFECTION GROUP: AN INTERVENTION POSSIBILITY IN LONGTERM CARE INSTITUTIONS FOR THE ELDERLY
M. Guimarães Assis Tirado*, K. DE OLIVEIRA, L. DE OLIVEIRA ASSIS (Nova Lima,
Brazil)
PB6 448 ›
SHOULD DRUGS FOR PREVENTION BE PRESCRIBED IN THE CONTEXT OF
ADVANCED DEMENTIA?
M. Arcand *, R. JACYNTHE, A. JACQUES, V. GILLES, É. SERGE (Sherbrooke,
Canada)
PB6 449 ›
PROJECT HOPE: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION MODEL IN
GERONTOLOGY
PB6 450 ›
MANAGEMENT OF DYSPNEA AMONG TERMINALLY-ILL NURSING HOME
RESIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
M. Pardasani* (New York, United States)
A. Kris*, J. KAYSER-JONES, E. HALIFAX (Westport, United States)
PB6 451 ›
USE OF PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS (PPI) AND THEIR ASSOCIATED RISKS
AMONG FRAIL ELDERLY NURSING HOME RESIDENTS
M. Teramura-Gronblad*, H. SOINI, K. PITKALA (Espoo, Finland)
210
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 452 ›
PRESSURE ULCER DEVELOPMENT IN BED- OR CHAIR-BOUND ELDERLY
RESIDENTS IN NURSING HOMES: INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS
PB6 453 ›
BARRIERS TO HAND HYGIENE IN NURSING HOMES
E. Kwong *, S. PANG, G. ABOO (Hong Kong , China)
G. Alano*, M. SALMAN ASHRAF , S. HUSSAIN, M. RIVERA, N. AGARWAL, E. GEORGESAINTILUS, S. ASHRAF, G. EL-KASS, R. HUSSAIN, S. HEIDARIAN, G. WOLF-KLEIN
(Mineola, United States)
PB6 454 ›
EVALUATION OF COMMUNITY NURSING CARE FOR THE ELDERLY IN CYPRUS
C. KOUTA*, C. KAITE (NICOSIA, Cyprus)
PB6 455 ›
PROFILE OF THE ELDERLY THAT REQUIRES NURSING HOME AT DISCHARGE
PB6 456 ›
BALANCING THE SCALES TO IMPROVE OLDER PEOPLES SLEEP IN CARE HOMES
PB6 457 ›
ANY WEIGHT LOSS HAS A SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCE ON FUNCTION,
HOSPITALISATION AND MORTALITY OF OLD DANISH NURSING HOME RESIDENTS
I. Eyers*, E. COPE, T. ELLMERS, R. LUFF, S. ARBER (Guildford, United Kingdom)
Monday
M. Barceló*, R. PRATS, G. FUSTER, M. COMAS, O. TORRES, D. RUIZ, M. GELPI, E. FRANCIA, J. MASCARO (Barcelona, Spain)
A. Beck* (Søborg, Denmark)
PB6 458 ›
DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF 4896 FRENCH NURSING HOMES RESIDENTS: RESULTS
OF THE REHPA NETWORK ENQUIRY
S. HERMABESSIERE*, S. GERARD, G. ABELLAN VAN KAN, S. GUYONNET-GILLETTE,
Y. ROLLAND, B. VELLAS (TOULOUSE, France)
Pain
PB6 459 ›
PAIN IN COMMUNICATION IMPAIRED RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA: ANALYSIS
OF RESIDENT ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT (RAI) DATA
C. Brown* (Edmonton, Canada)
PB6 460 ›
PREVALENCE OF PAIN, EFFICACY AND APPROPRIATENESS OF PAIN
MANAGEMENT IN ELDERLY NURSING HOME RESIDENTS
PB6 461 ›
A FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF HEALTH STATUS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC LOW
BACK PAIN BEFORE AND AFTER SPINAL SURGERY
M. Soong*, D. POWER (Dublin, Ireland)
I. Roopsawang*, S. AREE-UE , P. PUTWATANA (Lopburi, Thailand)
PB6 462 ›
ASSESSMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH VERBAL
COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
PB6 463 ›
THE PSYCHOMETRIC QUALITY OF FOUR OBSERVATIONAL PAIN TOOLS (OPTS)
FOR ASSESSING PAIN IN ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH OSTEOARTHRITIC PAIN
G. AIME*, S. BAMBIS, M. SCHATZ, R. KAUFFMANN (BISCHWILLER, France)
J. LIU*, J. CLOSS , M. BRIGGS (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 464 ›
AN ACTION-BASED APPROACH TO IMPROVING PAIN MANAGEMENT IN LONGTERM CARE
S. Kaasalainen*, K. BRAZIL, J. PLOEG, F. DONALD, E. COKER, A. DICENSO, R. MARTIN-MISENER, T. HADJISTAVROPOULOS, T. BURNS (Hamilton, Canada)
PB6 465 ›
PERCEPTIONS OF THE NURSE PRACTITIONER ROLE AROUND PAIN
MANAGEMENT IN LONG-TERM CARE
S. Kaasalainen*, F. DONALD, R. MARTIN-MISENER, N. CARTER, A. DICENSO, P. BAXTER (Hamilton, Canada)
211
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 466 ›
PAIN MANAGEMENT: HOW MUCH DO HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS KNOW?
M. TSE*, S. HO (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB6 467 ›
STRONG OPIOIDS IN TREATMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN ON SENIORS IN
PALLIATIVE CARE - CLINICAL RESEARCH
PB6 468 ›
RHEUMATIC-LIKE SYNDROME REVEALING LATE-ONSET PRIMARY EMPTY
SELLA IN AN ELDERLY WOMAN
L. Kabelka*, H. VERA (Rajhrad, Czech Republic)
Monday
E. Anton* (Zumarraga, Spain)
PB6 469 ›
POLYMYALGIA RHEUMATICA (PMR):THE IMPACT OF NEW DATA FROM
EULAR (EUROPEAN LEAGUE AGAINST RHEUMATISM)CONGRESS 2001-2008:
DIAGNOSIS, RESPONSE CRITERIA, PMR ACTIVITY SCORE AND TREATMENT
PB6 470 ›
DEVELOPING THE ABBEY PAIN SCALE JAPANESE VERSION
B. VERLHAC* (Paris, France)
Y. Takai*, Y. NISHIKAWA, Y. CHIBA, Y. SUGAI, K. HAYASHI, N. YAMAMOTO-MITANI
(Bunkyo-ku Tokyo, Japan)
Prevention
PB6 471 ›
RAPID EMERGENCY MEDICAL SCORE IN THE ELDERLY: PREDICTION OF
MORTALITY, ADMISSION TO HOSPITAL AND RE-ATTENDANCE
A. Milne*, A. RATCHFORD (Leicester, United Kingdom)
PB6 472 ›
PATIENT´S PROFILE ADMITTED AT A GERIATRIC PUBLIC HOSPITAL FROM
SANTIAGO-CHILE
Y. Aravena*, J. SILVA, P. HERRERA (Santiago, Chile)
PB6 473 ›
RISKS MANAGEMENT – AN EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR IMPROVING QUALITY OF
CARE IN SHOHAM GERIATRIC HOSPITAL, PARDES- HANNA, ISRAEL
PB6 474 ›
GERIATRIC ORAL HEALTH INDEX (GOHAI) X CLINICAL EXAMINATION
T. SHMUELI*, R. HAR NOY, J. DR.BEN ISRAEL (ZICHRON YACOV, Israel)
M. Carréra*, A. MARQUES, S. AUSTREGÉSILO (Recife, Brazil)
PB6 475 ›
SELECTED FACTORS PREDICTING OSTEOPOROSIS PREVENTIVE BEHAVIOR
AMONG NURSING PERSONNEL
P. Youngcharoen*, S. AREE-UE, P. MALATHUM (Bangkok, Thailand)
PB6 476 ›
ADHERENCE PROFILE TO HIGHLY ACTIVE ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY OF THE
PACIENTS OVER THE 50 YEARS OUTPATIENTS ATTENDED IN THE INFECTIONS
DISEASE DEPARTMENT OF UFTM
G. Pardi*, D. CORREIA (Uberaba, Brazil)
PB6 477 ›
A PILOT STUDY OF BANXIA HOUPU TANG, A TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE,
FOR REDUCING PNEUMONIA RISK IN OLDER ADULTS WITH DEMENTIA
K. Iwasaki*, S. KATO, Y. MOMMA, R. OKITSU, N. YAEGASHI, H. ARAI (Sendai, Japan)
PB6 478 ›
ASSOCIATION OF SOME SPECIFIC NUTRIENTS WITH PERIODONTAL DISEASE IN
OLDER ADULTS: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW
G. Van der Putten*, L. DE VISSCHERE, J. VANOBBERGEN, J. SCHOL, C. DE BAAT
(Amersfoort, The Netherlands)
PB6 479 ›
INCIDENCE AND CAUSES OF ADMISSIONS DUE TO IATROGENIC REASONS IN
THE ELDERLY AND THEIR PREVENTABILITY: ONE YEAR STUDY IN A GREEK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
I. Starakis*, E. MAZOKOPAKIS (Patras, Greece)
212
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 480 ›
GERIATRIC EDUCATION FOR ALL: THE UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO GERIATRIC
EDUCATION CENTER EXPERIENCE (UPR-GEC)
PB6 481 ›
LEISURE IN THE COURSE OF ACTIVE AGEING: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE OPEN
UNIVERSITY FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
J. Rosado-Matos*, B. MARÍA, V. EMMA (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
M. Tirado*, R. DIAS (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB6 482 ›
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTHY AGEING: THE EFFECTS OF RESIDENTIAL
LOCATION
S. Hetherington*, P. ORPIN (Launceston, Australia)
THE ADVENT OF LONGEVITY AT WORKOCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND THE
ELDERLY WORKERS: A NEW PROPOSAL FOR MEDICAL PERIODIC EVALUATION
PB6 484 ›
POLYPHARMACY IN ELDERLY - A MULTICENTER STUDY
M. BAEZ GARCIA* (RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil)
Y. Gokce Kutsal*, A. BARAK, A. ATALAY, T. BAYDAR (Ankara, Turkey)
PB6 485 ›
Monday
PB6 483 ›
HERPES ZOSTER BURDEN OF ILLNESS: PREVENTIVE STRATEGIES
P. Lang*, J. MICHEL (Geneva, Switzerland)
PB6 486 ›
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A CONSTIPATION PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR
HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY WITH HIP SURGERY
P. Monmai*, S. AREE-UE, P. PUTWATANA, V. KAWINWONGGOWIT (Bangkok, Thailand)
PB6 487 ›
A STUDY OF FACTORS FOR LONG HOSPITAL STAYS AND FREQUENT
ADMISSIONS: SEEKING TO HELP SENIOR CITIZENS AVOID HOSPITALIZATIONS
D. Wilson* (Edmonton, Canada)
PB6 488 ›
THE PERSONAL FUNCTIONAL CONDITION OF ELDERLY ADULT PACKERS IN
SUPERMARKETS
Z. Gómez Lomelí*, J. DÁVALOS GUZMÁN, A. CELIS DE LA ROSA, M. OROZCO
VALERIO (Guadalajara, Mexico)
PB6 489 ›
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ORAL HEALTH TO THE GENERAL HEALTH IN FRAIL
GERIATRIC PATIENTS
PB6 490 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORAL DISORDERS AND SENSORY PERCEPTION
OF TASTE, SMELL, APPETITE AND HUNGRY IN ELDERLY WOMEN
G. Arnetzl*, G. ARNETZL, C. GLUHAK (Graz, Austria)
F. Díaz-García*, A. MORALES-SÁNCHEZ, N. MENDOZA-RUVALCABA, G. GÓMEZGONZÁLEZ, A. OLMEDO-SÁNCHEZ, S. LÓPEZ-CERECER, L. DÍAZ-GARCÍA, E. FUENTES-MÉNDEZ (Guadalajara, Mexico)
PB6 491 ›
BEST PRACTICE IN GERIATRIC HEARCARE - A CONCEPT BADLY NEEDED PB6 492 ›
RELEVANCE OF PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS’ PRESCRIPTION IN GERIATRICS
M. Lerch*, M. DECKER-MARUSKA (Iserlohn, Germany)
F. SEITE*, A. DELELIS-FANIEN, S. VALERO, C. PRADÈRE, J. POUPET, P. INGRAND, M. PACCALIN (POITIERS, France)
PB6 493 ›
TIME-TRENDS IN PREVENTIVE DRUG TREATMENT AFTER MYOCARDIAL
INFARCTION IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY PATIENTS
W. De Ruijter*, M. DE WAAL, J. GUSSEKLOO, W. ASSENDELFT, J. BLOM (Leiden,
The Netherlands)
PB6 494 ›
ARRREST – ACTION RESEARCH TO REDUCE REPETITION OF STROKE – PHD
STUDY
C. Stock* (Swansea, United Kingdom)
213
Monday 6
Posters
PB6 495 ›
LEG ELEVATION AND RISK OF RECURRENCE OF CHRONIC VENOUS LEG
ULCERS – A PROSPECTIVE STUDY
PB6 496 ›
ASSESSING THE INTEREST OF SYSTEMATIC SCREENING OF SENSORY
DEAFFERENTATION IN GERIATRIC DAY CLINIC
K. Finlayson*, H. EDWARDS, M. COURTNEY (Kelvin Grove, Australia)
A. Mergam*, V. WOJTASIK , C. OLIVIER, S. GILLAIN, S. ALLEPAERTS , J. PETERMANS
(Liège, Belgium)
PB6 497 ›
SAFE HUG: SECURITY DEVICE TO PREVENT FALLS DURING THE USE OF THE TOILET
Monday
L. Sakano*, S. LUCIANA, L. ANDREIA, R. NANCI, L. CLAUDIA, S. ADRIANA (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB6 498 ›
A MODEL FOR FALL RISK REDUCTION IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER
ADULTS USING SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
PB6 499 ›
SURVIVAL OF GROUPS OF ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO
LIFESTYLE IN A MEDIUM-SIZED CITY IN SÃO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL
R. Hakim* (Scranton, United States)
T. Ruiz*, J. CORRENTE (Botucatu, Brazil)
PB6 500›
PREVENTIVE HOME VISITS FOR OLDER ADULTS: A REPORT OF THE DESIGN
AND FEASIBILITY OF A NEW PROTOCOL
PB6 501 ›
PREVENTING INFECTION THROUGH THE PROMOTION OF ORAL CARE,
IDENTIFYING THE BARRIERS TO GOOD NURSING PRACTICES
M. Cutchin*, S. COPPOLA, V. TALLEY, J. SVIHULA (Chapel Hill, USA)
C. Debout*, M. ROTHAN TONDEUR (IVRY SUR SEINE, France)
PB6 502 ›
CAN ROUTINE PROTECT OLDER ADULTS FROM SLEEP DISTURBANCES?
A. Zisberg*, N. GUR-YAISH, T. SHOCHAT (Haifa, Israel)
PB6 503 ›
ASSESSMENT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF AN ELDERLY POPULATION AT A
TOURIST RESORT IN INNER SãO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL: APPLICATION OF THE
FLANAGAN’S SCALE
PB6 504 ›
PREVALENCE AND CAUSES OF VISION IMPAIRMENT AND BLINDNESS IN
OLDER ADULT IN BRAZIL: THE SAO PAULO EYE STUDY
J. Corrente*, C. KAGAWA, A. MACHADO (Botucatu, Brazil)
R. BELFORT*, S. SALOMÃO, R. CINOTO, A. BEREZOVSKY, A. ÀRAUJO-FILHO, M. MITSUHIRO, L. MANDIETA, P. MORALES, G. POKHAREL, R. BELFORT, L. ELLWEIN
(São Paulo, Brazil)
PB6 505 ›
GRIP STRENGTH AS A PREDICTOR OF DISABILITY IN BASIC ACTIVITIES OF
DAILY LIVING AMONG ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS
T. Silva Alexandre*, Y. APARECIDA DE OLIVEIRA DUARTE, J. LÍCIO FERREIRA
SANTOS, M. LEBRÃO (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB6 506 ›
DETECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF ELDER ABUSE AMONG HEALTH CARE
PROFESSIONALS IN IRAN
A. Asadi Noughabi* (Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PB6 507 ›
INCIDENCE AND PREDICTIVE FACTORS OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS
AMONG THE VERY ELDERLY IN THE GENERAL POPULATION
PB6 508 ›
REGULAR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH CONDITIONS OF ELDERLY THAT
LIVES IN MANAUS-AMAZONAS, BRAZIL
M. Caljouw*, W. DEN ELZEN, J. GUSSEKLOO (Leiden, The Netherlands)
E. Santos*, A. RAIMUNDO, M. CAUDURO, A. SOUZA, S. FERREIRA, E. MAIA-RIBEIRO,
M. ROCHA, A. SILVEIRA, E. RIBEIRO, I. CRUZ (Manaus, Brazil)
214
Posters
PB6 509 ›
Monday 6
AN NP/CNS INTEGRATED PRACTICE, EDUCATION AND RESEARCH MODEL
K. Hunter*, D. PARKE (Edmonton, Canada)
PB6 510 ›
PROTOCOL 4S: STANDARDIZATION OF THE HEALTHY ELDERLY IN STUDIES
ABOUT AGEING
F. Araújo*, O. JALUUL, A. BUSSE, T. GUIMARÃES, B. TREZZA, W. JACOB FILHO (São Paulo, Brazil)
Primary care
PB6 511 ›
PREDICTION OF ADVERSE OUTCOMES IN ACUTELY ILL ELDERLY PATIENTS
AFTER HOSPITALIZATION
PB6 512 ›
QUALITY OF SLEEP AND ITS RELATED FACTORS IN HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY
PATIENTS IN KASHAN’S HOSPITALS, 2007
R. Wong*, W. MILLER (Vancouver, Canada)
F. Iezadi avangi*, F. IZADI AVANJI , M. ADIB HAJBAGHERY , M. AFAZEL (Kashan,
Islamic Republic of Iran)
PB6 513 ›
HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICES FOR ELDERLY IN THE VALENCIAN COMMUNITY
(SPAIN)
PB6 514 ›
A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL TO IDENTIFY BIOMARKERS AND
COMPRESSION SYSTEMS FOR OPTIMAL HEALING AND QUALITY OF LIFE
Monday
M. Vivancos*, J. GALLUD, J. GARCÉS, D. CUEVAS, M. IZQUIERDO (Valencia, Spain)
H. Edwards*, U. ZEE, C. MARY, F. MELISSA, F. KATHLEEN, A. ROBIN (Kelvin Grove, Australia)
PB6 515 ›
PREDICTORS AND OUTCOMES OF OLDER PEOPLE’S HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS
FOR ILL-DEFINED CONDITIONS
PB6 516 ›
GERIATRICS, INTERPROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND INTERORGANIZATIONAL
COLLABORATION: THE GIIC INITIATIVE IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO
B. Walsh*, P. NICHOLLS, H. ROBERTS, K. HUNT, V. LATTIMER (United Kingdom)
D. Ryan*, W. DALZIEL, I. GUTMANIS, D. JEWELL, M. KELLEY, B. LIU, J. PUXTY, C. COTT (Toronto, Canada)
PB6 517 ›
HEALTH PERCEPTION, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND COPING STRATEGIES TO HEALTH
LIMITATIONS OF OLDER ADULTS VOLUNTEERING FOR HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
P. Srikan*, B. CALLEN, J. WITUCKI BROWN, A. BROWN, L. MEFFORD, S. CHEN
(Knoxville, United States of America)
PB6 518 ›
« YOUR BODY’S NOT PERFECT AS YOU GET OLDER »: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF
LAY PERCEPTIONS OF OSTEOARTHRITIS AND WELLNESS
J. Grime*, J. RICHARDSON, B. ONG (Staffs, United Kingdom)
PB6 519 ›
COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS AND RESOURCES ASSESSMENT IN
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA: SENIORS ISSUES IN PRIMARY CARE
PB6 520 ›
AGE DISCRIMINATION DEFIES PATIENT CENTRED CARE IN PROVISION OF
ACUTE CARE OF THE OLDER PERSON: EXTENDING KNOWLEDGE THROUGH
DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
S. MacDonald* (St John’s, Canada)
L. Slater*, D. HIGGINS, D. VAN DER RIET (Stockton, Australia)
PB6 521 ›
THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF COMMUNITY MATRONS ON THE CARE OF
COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER PEOPLE LIVING WITH LONG TERM
CONDITIONS IN HERTSMERE, UNITED KINGDOM (UK)
C. Lisk*, E. REED, C. JONES, F. SPPEAR (London, United Kingdom)
215
Monday 6
PB6 522 ›
Posters
THE ROLE OF A CLINICAL PHARMACIST IN REDUCTION OF DRUG
INTERACTIONS AND POLYPHARMACY IN THE ELDERLY IN LATVIA
J. Rotbergs*, E. STRUPA, D. KANDERE, R. MEDNE, S. BERZINA, A. STOKMANE
(Riga, Latvia)
PB6 523 ›
PRIMARY CARE RECRUITMENT OF GPS AND THEIR OLDER PATIENTS FOR
RESEARCH WITH OLDER PEOPLE
C. McLean*, N. KERSE, S. MOYES, E. ROBINSON (Auckland, New Zealand)
Monday
PB6 524 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF MICRONUTRIENTS DEFICITS ON COMPLEX GERIATRIC
ASSESSMENT RESULTS
J. Matejovsky*, H. MATEJOVSKA KUBESOVA, I. BYCHLER, Z. CEJGLOVA, F. DVORSKY, I. LEIXNER, P. TOMECEK, M. NAVRATILOVA (Brno, Czech Republic)
PB6 525 ›
CARDIOVASCULAR MULTIMORBIDITY IN PATIENTS OF GERIATRIC DEPARTMENT
PB6 526 ›
PREDICTING DESTINATION AFTER A VISIT AT THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
FROM A FUNCTIONAL STATUS ASSESSMENT
S. Krajcik*, P. MIKUS, I. BARTOSOVIC (Bratislava, Slovakia)
N. Veillette*, L. DEMERS, F. GIROUX (Trois-Rivières, Canada)
PB6 527 ›
FRAIL OLDER PEOPLE AT THE INTERFACE
W. James*, J. GLADMAN, J. WOODARD (Leicester, United Kingdom)
PB6 528 ›
LIMITATIONS OF THE CONCEPT OF HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN
OLDER POPULATION
PB6 529 ›
INEQUALITY IN UTILIZING COMMUNITY BASED HEALTH SERVICES FOR AGING
HYPERTENSION OUTPATIENTS
K. Saks *, T. STRANDBERG, E. TIIT (Tartu, Estonia)
N. Qiao* (Shanghai, China)
PB6 530 ›
PREDICTORS OF QUALITY OF LIFE IN OLDER PEOPLE FROM THE ENGLISH
LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF AGING
PB6 531 ›
DOCUMENTATION AND RESEARCH OF UNWANTED EFFECTS OF ANTI-FLU
VACCINATION IN SENIOR PATIENTS (MULTI-CENTER STUDY)
A. Yohannes*, G. TAMPUBOLON (Manchester, United Kingdom)
S. Tsoukis*, S. PATIAKAS, S. TSUKIS, I. GIOVANOPOULOS (Thessaloniki, Greece)
PB6 532 ›
STUDY OF CLINICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL FINDINGS IN SENIOR PATIENTS
WITH ACUTE PYELONEPHRITIS
S. Tsoukis*, S. PATIAKAS, I. GIOVANOPOULOS (Rethymno, Greece)
PB6 533 ›
INAPPROPRIATE DRUG PRESCRIPTION IN OLDER SUBJECTS IN DIFFERENT
HEALTH CARE SETTINGS
A. Cruz-Jentoft*, B. MONTERO-ERRASQUIN, S. GONZÁLEZ-BLAZQUEZ, B. BRUSINT-OLIVARES, M. MARTÍN-ÁLVAREZ, M. CONEJOS-MIQUEL, M. SÁNCHEZCUERVO, E. DELGADO-SILVEIRA (Madrid, Spain)
PB6 534 ›
SELF-REPORTED SLEEP DURATION AND PERCEIVED HEALTH AMONG YOUNG
OLD, MIDDLE OLD, AND OLD OLD POPULATIONS IN TAIWAN
W. Liao*, J. CHEN, C. KUO, C. WANG, C. YEN, M. LEE (Taichung, Taiwan)
PB6 535 ›
COMPARING CARING BURDEN AND DETERMINANTS OF CARING BURDEN
IN COHABITANTS LIVING WITH PARTNERS SUFFERING FROM DEMENTIA OR
CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE
B. Nordtug*, A. HOLEN, O. SLETVOLD, R. WALSTAD (Trondheim, Norway)
216
Posters
Monday 6
PB6 536 ›
THE NEXUUS BETWEEN ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND NURSING CARE
FOR AGED PEOPLE
PB6 537 ›
THE BELGIAN GERIATRIC DAY HOSPITALS ONE YEAR AFTER IMPLEMENTATION
AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL
S. Meehan* (Brisbane, Australia)
A. Velghe*, J. PETERMANS, D. GILLAIN, N. VAN DEN NOORTGATE (Ghent,
Belgium)
PB6 538 ›
FOOT PROBLEMS OF OLDER VETERANS IN A VETERANS CARE HOME
S. Chu*, L. CHEN, M. LIN, S. HWANG, C. LAN (Taipei, Taiwan)
PB6 539 ›
M. Videau*, F. MARIE, C. ODILE, V. ANGELIQUE, G. CLAUDE, S. NATHALIE (Pessac,
France)
PB6 540 ›
IMPACT OF A POST EMERGENCY GERIATRIC ACUTE UNIT ON THE HOSPITAL
READMISSION RATE
Monday
IMPACT OF A MULTIDISCIPLINARY GERIATRIC INTERVENTION IN THE
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
T. TRAISSAC*, V. MARIE-NEIGE, B. MARIE-JOSE, B. ISABELLE, R. MURIEL, S. NATHALIE (Pessac, France)
PB6 541 ›
GENERAL PRACTITIONERS’ PERCEPTIONS AND NEEDS FOR GERIATRIC DAY
HOSPITALS IN BELGIUM
J. PETERMANS*, C. DUCHESNES, V. MASSART, F. DESMYTER, P. DENOEL, P. VANDENBUSSCHE, S. WILLEMS, D. GIET, N. VANDENNOORTGATE (LIEGE,
Belgium)
PB6 542 ›
REGIONAL GROUP OF MOBILE GERIATRIC TEAM IN THE SOUTH WEST OF
FRANCE
S. Nathalie *, M. FLOCCIA, V. MARIE-NEIGE, Z. EDOUARD, B. DANIEL, S. MARION, V. LUC, B. CHRISTOPHE, P. JEAN-LUC, L. FRÉDÉRIQUE (PESSAC, France)
PB6 543 ›
ELDERS COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT: PORTUGUESE VERSION OF THE
OARS
R. Rodrigues* (Coimbra, Portugal)
PB6 544 ›
STATUS EPILEPTICUS IN THE ELDERLY: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY
P. Caillet*, S. BASTUJI-GARIN , G. LABREVOIS-DARCEL, S. KRYPCIAK, S. THOMAS,
E. TAILLANDIER-HÉRICHE, F. TAHMASEBI , E. PAILLAUD (Creteil, France)
PB6 545 ›
MAB: NUMERICAL UNIFORM PROFILE REPRESENTATION OF BIOPSICOSSOCIAL
DATA. ELDERLY FOLLOW-UP IN A LISBON HEALTH CENTRE
PB6 546 ›
OLDER ADULTS LIVING WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS: THE EFFECT OF AGE AND
GENDER ON MEDICATION TYPE
A. Henriques*, M. BOTELHO, M. COSTA, J. CABRITA (Lisboa, Portugal)
J. Fisher*, P. BALLANTYNE, G. HAWKER (Halifax, Canada)
Track C - Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
PC6 547 ›
FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO HEALTHY AGING FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE
TO HEALTHY AGING
Ageing and disasters
S. Fuentes*, S. FUENTES, I. FERRAZ, J. TEIXEIRA, J. HIGA, M. PAGENOTTO (São Paulo, Brazil)
217
Monday 6
Posters
PC6 548 ›
COMMUNICATION ABOUT INCONTINENCE – THE VIEW OF AFFECTED
INDIVIDUALS AND HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS
PC6 549 ›
OLDER PEOPLES’ EXPERIENCES OF A FLOOD DISASTER: MAKING SENSE OF
AN EXTRAORDINARY EVENT
K. Kummer* (Berlin, Germany)
R. Tuohy* (Palmerston North, New Zealand)
PC6 550 ›
DISASTER OUTCOMES: SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONS BY HURRICANE KATRINA
SURVIVORS
C. Thomas* (Denton, United States of America)
Monday
PC6 551 ›
STARTING PROBLEM SOLVING WITH SORTING CARDS - A DIAGNOSTIC
APPROACH FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS IN CHRONIC STROKE CARE
D. Beische*, K. PFEIFFER, C. BECKER, B. LINDEMANN, R. HOFFRICHTER, M. HAUTZINGER (Stuttgart, Germany)
BPSD – Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of
Dementia
PC6 552 ›
MAPPING EMOTION PROCESSING DISTURBANCE IN FRONTOTEMPORAL
DEMENTIA SUBTYPES
PC6 553 ›
NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF THE YOUNG-OLD AND OLD-OLD IN COLOMBIAN AD
PATIENTS AND CONTROLS
O. Piguet*, S. HSIEH, S. SAVAGE, L. MILLER, J. HODGES (Randwick, Australia)
P. Montanes*, D. MATALLANA, A. MORENO, P. REYES (Bogota, Colombia)
PC6 554 ›
THE TNM STUDY: IMPORTANCE OF THE STAFF / RESIDENT RATIO FOR
MANAGEMENT OF BEHAVIOURAL SYMPTOMS
P. Robert*, A. DEUDON, N. MAUBOURGUET, X. GERVAIS, E. LEONE, J. PIANO, A. COUDERC, L. CARCAILLON (Nice, France)
PC6 555 ›
SAVING ELDERLY OR PROTECTION OF SCIENCE AND EXPERIENCE
PC6 556 ›
FACTORS UNDERLYING CAREGIVER STRESS IN FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA
AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
A. Sahatimehr*, R. HASANZADEH, T. SAHATIMEHR (Bonab, Islamic Republic of Iran)
E. Mioshi*, M. BRISTOW, R. COOK, J. HODGES (Sydney, Australia)
PC6 557 ›
THE DARK SIDE OF THE FRONTOTEMPORAL LOBAR DEMENTIA IN AN OLD MAN
B. Beaumatin*, S. ISABELLE, F. AURÉLIE, B. LAURENCE, D. THIERRY (Limoges,
France)
PC6 558 ›
MALNUTRITION AND BEHAVIOURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF
DEMENTIA
L. RULLIER*, A. LAGARDE, P. BARBERGER-GATEAU, J. BOUISSON (Bordeaux, France)
PC6 559 ›
CAN PROGRESSIVE AND NON-PROGRESSIVE BEHAVIORAL VARIANT
FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA BE DISTINGUISHED AT PRESENTATION?
M. Hornberger*, B. SHELLEY, C. KIPPS, O. PIGUET, J. HODGES (Sydney,
Australia)
PC6 560 ›
RESOURCES NEEDED TO PROVIDE EFFECTIVE RESPONSES TO BEHAVIORAL
CHALLENGES IN LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES
D. Forbes*, K. CLARK, R. COATSWORTH-PUSPOKY, A. JARVIE, C. MCDONALD, A. LISCHKA (London, Canada)
218
Posters
Monday 6
PC6 561 ›
VIRTUAL REALITY AND LIFE REVIEW THERAPY: TOWARD A NEW FORM OF
PSYCHOAFFECTIVE CARE IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE?
PC6 562 ›
THE CASE-SPECIFIC NATURE OF INTERVENTIONS FOR MANAGING
CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS IN NURSING HOMES
S. Protat*, D. LORRAIN, D. BÉLISLE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
J. Turner* (Sydney, Australia)
PC6 563 ›
ARE THERE SPECIFIC PSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SYMPTOMS OF
DEPRESSION IN DEMENTIA PATIENTS?
A. Prado-Jean*, P. THOMAS, P. NUBUKPO, L. BERNARD-BOURZEIX, N. DECHAMPS,
T. DANTOINE, P. COURATIER, J. CLEMENT (Limoges, France)
RESULTS FROM THE LONGITUDINAL DEMENTIA CAREGIVER STRESS STUDY
(LEANDER)
S. Zank*, C. SCHACKE (Siegen, Germany)
PC6 565 ›
HIGH PREVALENCE OF NEUROLEPTIC DRUG USE IN ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH
DEMENTIA
Monday
PC6 564 ›
I. Fort*, F. FORMIGA, M. ROBLES , P. REGALADO, E. BARRANCO (Badalona, Spain)
PC6 566 ›
MANAGING CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA THROUGH
INTERDISCIPLINARY IMPLEMENTATION OF QUALITY INSTRUMENTS IN LONGTERM CARE
D. Hardenacke*, C. KRÜGER, M. HALEK, G. BUREICK, S. WILM, S. BARTHOLOMEYCZIK
(Witten, Germany)
PC6 567 ›
PRIMARY CAREGIVERS IN CRISIS: CARING A FAMILY MEMBER WITH DEMENTIA
AT HOME
C. Seki*, A. KATADA (Tsuchiura-shi, Ibaraki-ken, Japan)
PC6 568 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS
AND THE BURDEN OF CAREGIVER OF PATIENT WITH DEMENTIA
A. Lagarde Chaintrier*, S. AURIACOMBE, V. BERGUA, L. LETENNEUR, J. BOUISSON (BORDEAUX, France)
PC6 569 ›
INSIGHT AND ALZHEIMER’S TYPE DEMENTIA
G. Nobili*, M. MASSAIA, S. MONDINO, G. CAPPA, M. JAGODNIK, B. MARIO, G. ISAIA
(Turin, Italy)
Economic aspects
PC6 570 ›
INCOME, EDUCATION, AND HEALTH-RELATED BIOMARKERS: EVIDENCE FROM
A U.S. NATIONAL SAMPLE OF MIDLIFE AND OLDER ADULTS
N. Marks*, J. SONG (Madison, United States)
Education and multidisciplinary training / Primary care
PC6 571 ›
SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS, FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY AND NUMBER OF
DISEASES AMONG ELDERLY
D. Tavares*, S. SANTOS, M. BARBOSA (Uberaba Minas Gerias, Brazil)
PC6 572 ›
THE EFFECTS OF MUSIC THERAPY ON ANXIETY IN PATIENTS WITH
ALZHEIMERS DISEASE; A CONTROLLED, RANDOMISED STUDY
S. Guétin*, P. FLORENCE, P. CHRISTELLE, P. MARIE-CHRISTINE, M. MOULOUD, D. LEILA, L. EDITH, T. JAQUES (Paris, France)
219
Monday 6
Posters
PC6 573 ›
THE EFFECTS OF VISUAL ACUITY (I.E., BLURRING) ON AUDIOVISUAL SPEECHPERCEPTION: A COMPARISON OF YOUNGER AND OLDER ADULTS
PC6 574 ›
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A STUDY MEASURING THE EFFICIENCY OF
ECOSYSTEMIC THERAPY FOR THE COMMUNICATION DISORDERS OF
ALZHEIMER
I. Legault*, J. GAGNE, W. RHOUALEM, T. JODOIN-FONTAINE (Montréal, Canada)
T. Rousseau* (Sablé Sur Sarthe, France)
PC6 575 ›
TO BE A CENTENARIAN 160 YEARS AGO: BETWEEN HISTORY AND STORY
Monday
A. PORRO*, G. CESA-BIANCHI, C. CRISTINI, A. FRANCHINI, L. LORUSSO, B. FALCONI
(Brescia, Italy)
PC6 576 ›
EVALUATION OF AN INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (IPE) MODULE IN CARE
OF THE ELDERLY AND ELDER ABUSE
A. Sclater*, V. CURRAN, B. KIRBY, D. SHARPE, S. ANSTEY, L. BENNETT, D. DAWE,
D. EDWARDS, S. EDWARDS, A. KEARNEY, M. WHITE (St John’s, Canada)
PC6 577 ›
WORK TO RETIREMENT: DOES CULTURE MATTER?
C. Howe*, L. MATTHEWS (Lidcombe, Australia)
PC6 578 ›
TAKING ACTION ON AGEING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR OLDER PERSONS:
THE EUNAAPA NETWORK
E. Tak*, M. HOPMAN-ROCK, E. FREIBERGER, C. DELECLUSE, N. WAALER-LOLAND,
F. SCHENA, A. RUETTEN (Leiden, The Netherlands)
PC6 579 ›
EFFECTIVENESS OF A HOME PROGRAM INTERVENTION FOR CAREGIVERS AND
DEPENDENT OLDER PEOPLE
T. Lorenzo*, A. MASEDA, I. GONZÁLEZ-ABRALDES, J. TUBÍO, M. FERNÁNDEZ, J. MILLÁN-CALENTI (LA Coruña, Spain)
PC6 580 ›
MANAGING FEAR OF FALLING: THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN-HOME
INTERVENTION FOR FRAIL OLDER PEOPLE
T. Dorresteijn*, G. ZIJLSTRA, J. VLAEYEN, G. KEMPEN (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
PC6 581 ›
PERCEPTION OF PATIENTS WITH DIABETES REGARDING TYPE 2 WITHIN THE
RANGE OF A BASIC HEALTHCARE UNIT (SPONSORED BY FAPESP 06/54424-2)
I. Morita*, F. YAMAMOTO, C. ARIKI (Botucatu, Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PC6 582 ›
FACTORS RELATED TO THE CAREGIVING SATISFACTION OF FAMILY
CAREGIVERS OF EDLDERS WITH STROKE IN KOREA
PC6 583 ›
DISTANCE EDUCATION IN GERONTOLOGY FOR DENTAL HYGIENISTS
PC6 584 ›
THE EFFECTS OF HEALTH EDUCATION INTEGRATED EXERCISE PROGRAM FOR
COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER ADULTS WITH HYPERTENSION IN SOUTH KOREA
S. Yu*, H. KIM, Y. PARK (Wonjusi, Gangwondo, Republic of Korea)
E. Edgington*, S. COBBAN (Edmonton, Canada)
Y. Park*, M. SONG, W. SONG, B. CHO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PC6 585 ›
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOCIAL SUPPORT AND EMOTIONS AMONG
ALZHEIMER’S CAREGIVERS
Á. García*, I. ETXEBERRIA, A. IGLESIAS, I. LASKIBAR, E. URDANETA, N. GALDONA,
J. YANGUAS, I. LOREA (Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain)
PC6 586 ›
SMOKING CESSATION AND LIFESTYLE CHANGES IN LATER LIFE
M. Veenstra*, S. DAATLAND, I. LIMA (Oslo, Norway)
220
Posters
PC6 587 ›
Monday 6
A EUROPE-USA EXCHANGE PROGRAM FOR GERONTOLOGY STUDENTS AND
CURRICULA: BEST PRACTICES IN THE INTERGERO PROGRAM
B. Bueno*, R. APPLEBAUM, J. BUZ, A. KRUSE, S. KUNKEL, R. LEVENSON, P. MAYORAL,
A. PELHAM, E. SCHMITT, D. STEPP, R. VANRIJSSELT (Salamanca, Spain)
PC6 588 ›
TRAINING DIVIDED ATTENTION IN HEALTHY AGING: EFFECT OF PRACTICE AND
MODULATION
C. De Boysson*, S. BELLEVILLE, J. DEMONET, M. LAFORTUNE, J. RICARD-SAINTAUBIN (Montréal, Canada)
AGEING AND NEUROPSYCOLOGICAL TREATMENT: A PILOT STUDY IN PATIENTS
WITH NEGLECT
PC6 590 ›
PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE FOR OLDER PEOPLE CARE IN PRIMARY HEALTH
CARE
M.P. panourgia*, M. SOZZI, L. VERONELLI, L. PISANI (Milano, Italy)
E. Pinheiro de Morais*, M. DE OLIVEIRA ROOS, N. MAESTRI CARVALHO, A. MACHADO DA SILVA, S. RIGATTI SILVA, C. SILVA RODRIGUES (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PC6 591 ›
IMPACT OF A PROGRAM OF ATTENTION: BURDEN AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE
FOR FORMAL CAREGIVERS OF ELDERLY
PC6 592 ›
« ADD LIFE TO YOUR YEARS »: EDUCATING FOR LIFE IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
PC6 593 ›
EVALUATIVE RESEARCH ON REMINISCENCE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM FOR
ELDERLY PERSONS IN COMMUNITY
Monday
PC6 589 ›
V. Silva*, J. BIANCO, M. PEREZ, A. ODA (São Paulo, Brazil)
Z. Parra*, S. MONTES JORGE, Z. PARRA MELO (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
T. Nomura*, Y. NOMURA (Asaka-shi, Saitama-ken, Japan)
Ethics
PC6 594 ›
STIGMA AND DEMENTIA
C. Swane* (Copenhagen, Denmark)
PC6 595 ›
COMPARISON OF PERCEIVED AUTONOMY AMONG COMMUNITY- DWELLING
OLDER ADULTS IN THE US AND JAPAN
PC6 596 ›
ELDER ABUSE IN HIP FRACTURE PATIENTS
M. Matsui*, E. CAPEZUTI (Nagasaki-shi, Japan)
C. Sánchez-Castellano*, B. GUTIÉRREZ, B. MONTERO-ERRASQUIN, L. REXACH-CANO, A. CRUZ-JENTOFT (Madrid, Spain)
PC6 597 ›
ARE MEDICAL STUDENTS WELL PREPARED FOR CARE FOR ELDERLY?
K. Zikmundováa*, H. ZAVÁZALOVÁ, J. KOTRBA, V. ZAREMBA, I. HOLMEROVA
(Plzen, Czech Republic)
Personality & aging
PC6 598 ›
AGE PREDILECTIONS FOR PERSONALITY FACETS: INCONSISTENCIES AND
POSSIBLE THREATS TO HEALTH RESEARCH
PC6 599 ›
THE FORGOTTEN AGE : OLD’ UP
K. Petway*, E. ZELINSKI (Los Angeles, United States)
M. Fuchs*, M. TUBIANA, M. FUCHS, C. VIMONT (Paris, France)
PC6 600 ›
A « LETTER SENT TO … »: FROM SELF EXPRESSION TO FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
M. DORANGE*, J. GAUSSENS, I. BESSON, G. ARFEUX-VAUCHER (Paris, France)
221
Monday 6
Posters
PC6 601 ›
SARTORIAL IDENTITY AND FASHION NEEDS FOR OLDER WOMEN LIVING AND
WORKING LONGER: AN INSIGHT FOR GERONTOLOGISTS AND GERIATRICIANS
PC6 602 ›
THE INTERACTION BETWEEN EMOTION AND COGNITION IN AGEING:
ALEXITHYMIA AND ITS INFLUENCES ON INHIBITION PROCESSES
C. Lacoste Kapstein* (Kingston, United States)
D. GUIBAUD-DRESSAIRE*, E. GUERDOUX, D. STRUBEL, D. BROUILLET (NIMES, France)
PC6 603 ›
HEALTH TYPE SCENARIOS: UNDERSTANDING THE DYNAMICS OF CHANGING
USER NEEDS IN AGING-IN-PLACE
Monday
J. Knies*, M. VAN GAASBEEK, A. VAN BRONSWIJK (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
PC6 604 ›
THE IMPACT OF ALCOHOLISM ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF THE ELDERLY
PC6 605 ›
QUALITATIVE ON-THE-SPOT FIDELITY CHECKING OF AGED PEOPLE ANSWERS
TO A QUESTIONNAIRE ON INDEPENDENCE IN DAILY LIVING
K. RAMOVS* (LJUBLJANA, Slovenia)
J. Santos*, J. SANTOS, M. REBOUÇAS, L. RAMOS (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Psycho-geriatrics / Depression / Delirium
PC6 606 ›
EFFECTS AND UNDERLYING MECHANISMS OF ERRORLESS LEARNING IN
COMPARISON TO OTHER LEARNING METHODS TO IMPROVE ACTIVITIES OF
DAILY LIVING IN ALZHEIMER DEMENTIA
A. Dechamps*, R. KESSELS, J. JUNGHEIM, M. OLDE RIKKERT (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
PC6 607 ›
CROSS-CULTURAL CONFIRMATORY ANALYSIS OF THE CES-D IN SPANISH AND
MEXICAN DEMENTIA CAREGIVERS
L. Andres*, A. LOSADA, M. VILLAREAL, R. NUEVO, B. SALAZAR, R. ROMERO, A. CARRILLO, M. MÁRQUEZ-GONZÁLEZ (Madrid, Spain)
PC6 608 ›
A TAILORED MADE INTERVENTION. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LIFE REVIEW
THERAPY USING AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY RETRIEVAL IN A DEPRESSED
NURSING HOME POPULATION: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
B. Steunenberg*, E. BOHLMEIJER, A. STRATEN, A. BEEKMAN, P. CUIJPERS
(Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
PC6 609 ›
THE INTEREST OF MEASURING RECOGNISING FACIAL EXPRESSIONS IN
DEPRESSED PATIENTS WITH MAJOR DEPRESSION DISORDER (MDD)
A. BRIDOUX*, P. GRANATO , O. GODEFROY, M. BOUCART , R. BRUYER
(VALENCIENNES, France)
PC6 610 ›
DEPRESSION,QUALITY OF LIFE AND LIVING WILL OF COMMUNITY-DWELLING
POSTMENOPAUSAL AND ELDERLY WOMEN IN THREE ASIAN COUNTRIES:
JAPAN,KOREA AND CHINA
K. Ina*, T. HAYASHI (Nagoya, Japan)
PC6 611 ›
A RCT OF LIFESTYLE AND MENTAL HEALTH LITERACY INTERVENTIONS FOR
THE INDICATED PREVENTION OF DEPRESSION
J. Walker*, A. MACKINNON, P. BATTERHAM, A. JORM, I. HICKIE, A. MCCARTHY, M. FENECH, H. CHRISTENSEN (Canberra, Australia)
PC6 612 ›
AFFECTIVE DISORDERS AS RISK FACTORS FOR DELIRIUM AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY
P. Tully*, R. BAKER, D. TURNBULL, H. WINEFIELD, J. KNIGHT (Adelaide, Australia)
PC6 613 ›
LONG TERM NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DEFICIT AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY: THE
EFFECT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS
P. Tully*, R. BAKER, D. TURNBULL, H. WINEFIELD, J. KNIGHT (Adelaide, Australia)
222
Posters
Monday 6
PC6 614 ›
SLEEP HABITS AND SLEEP THOUGHTS IN AGED INDIVIDUALS SHOWING
PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS
PC6 615 ›
A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILY
CAREGIVERS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
D. Lorrain*, M. PRÉVILLE, S. DESJARDINS, D. BÉLISLE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
A. Prick*, A. POT, E. SCHERDER, J. DE LANGE (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
PC6 616 ›
INVARIANCE IN THE PREDICTORS OF SEVERITY OF SUICIDE ATTEMPTS
BETWEEN OLDER AND YOUNGER ADULTS
R. NUEVO*, M. MIRET, C. MORANT, M. JIMÉNEZ, M. RENESES, M. LÓPEZ, J. AYUSO-MATEOS (MADRID, Spain)
DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN OLDER MALE ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS TO
AUSTRALIA: THE CONCORD HEALTH AND AGEING IN MEN PROJECT
F. Stanaway*, F. STANAWAY, R. CUMMING, V. NAGANATHAN, F. BLYTH, D. HANDELSMAN, D. LE COUTEUR, P. SAMBROOK, M. SEIBEL, H. CREASEY, L. WAITE
(Sydney, Australia)
PC6 618 ›
Monday
PC6 617 ›
STANDARDIZATION AND FACTOR STRUCTURE OF THE CES-D IN IRANIAN ELDERLY
A. Mirabzadeh Ardakani*, S. MALAKOUTI, T. ZANDI (Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PC6 619 ›
REMINISCENCE FUNCTIONS AND MENTAL HEALTH IN OLDER ADULTS WITH
MODERATE DEPRESSION
PC6 620 ›
DIOGENES SYNDROME (DS): RESULTS FROM AN OBSERVATORY STUDY IN A
PARIS DISTRICT
J. Korte*, E. BOHLMIJER, G. WESTERHOF, A. POT (Enschede, The Netherlands)
L. HUGONOT-DIENER*, L. HUGONOT-DIENER, C. WONG, J. MONFORT (PARIS, France)
PC6 621 ›
DEVELOPING A SELF RATING SCALE FOR DEPRESSION IN OLD AGE: THE DIA-SCALE A VALIDATION OF TEST PERFORMANCE CRITERIA IN COMPARISON
TO THE GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCALE (GDS-15)
S. Heidenblut*, C. SCHACKE , Z. SUSANNE (Siegen, Germany)
PC6 622 ›
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION AMONG PEOPLE 65
YEARS AND OVER LIVING IN QUEBEC
M. Dubé*, D. MECHAKRA-TAHIRI, P. MICHEL, B. JOËLLE (Trois-Rivières, Canada)
PC6 623 ›
PSYCHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
QUESTIONNAIRE IN A SAMPLE OF ELDERLY PEOPLE FROM CUBA
A. Riquelme Marín*, J. ORTIGOSA QUILES, M. MARTIN CARBONELL, R. PÉREZ , J. ENRRIQUEZ SANTOS (Murcia, Spain)
PC6 624 ›
DIFFERENCES IN EITHER PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
IN ELDERLY PEOPLE FROM SPAIN AND CUBA.
J. Ortigosa Quiles*, M. MARTÍN CARBONELL, A. RIQUELME MARÍN, A. CERQUERA,
R. PÉREZ, J. ENRÍQUEZ (Murcia, Spain)
PC6 625 ›
CAREGIVING: A HARD JOB DONE WITH LOVE
L. Arevalo-Flechas*, C. BRADEN (San Antonio, United States of America)
PC6 626 ›
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC
STATUS AND DEPRESSION IN THE ELDERLY
J. Back*, Y. LEE, J. KIM (Suwon, Republic of Korea)
PC6 627 ›
CLINICAL BENEFITS OF MEMORY TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR OLDER CHINESE
PEOPLE WITH EARLY DEMENTIA
J. Chung*, A. ERIC (Hong Kong, CHINA)
223
Monday 6
Posters
Psychological aspects of aging
PC6 628 ›
BURDEN OF CHRONIC DISEASE IN THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF THE ELDERLY IN
SãO PAULO, BRAZIL
A. Campolina*, P. DINI, R. CICONELLI (São Paulo, Brazil)
PC6 629 ›
LEARNING HOW TO BE AN « OLDER WOMEN »: NEGOTIATING CULTURAL
SCRIPTS OF AGEING FOLLOWING THE MENOPAUSE
M. Gott*, S. HINCHLIFF, C. INGLETON (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
Monday
PC6 630 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN QUALITY OF LIFE AND CLINICAL AND
PSYCHOLOGICAL PARAMETERS AMONG THE OLDEST OLD IN TOKYO
M. TAKAYAMA*, Y. ARAI, K. SHIMIZU, Y. ABE, M. TAKAYAMA, R. FUKUDA, M. FUKUMOTO, T. IINUMA, J. ANDO, N. HIROSE (Tokyo, Japan)
PC6 631 ›
PSYCHOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENT STRATEGIES OF FRAIL OLDER PERSONS TO
MAINTAIN QUALITY OF LIFE
Y. Lin* (Taichung, Taiwan)
PC6 632 ›
SATISFACTION ANALYSIS ON INP MEETING HOUSE’S ELDERLY PEOPLE FROM
VALPARAISO, CHILE
PC6 633 ›
INTIMACY RELATIONSHIP , PSYCHIC MODALITIES OF INTEGRATION DURING
BODY CARE
D. Sequeira Daza* (Santiago, Chile)
C. CALECA*, P. NADINE (Caen , France)
PC6 634 ›
AGEING IN PLACE – RISK OR RESOURCE FOR LIFE SATISFACTION
F. Oswald*, D. JOPP, C. ROTT, H. WAHL (Heidelberg, Germany)
PC6 635 ›
PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF PROSTATE CANCER ON ELDERLY COUPLES
PC6 636 ›
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF GAIT DISTURBANCES DURING DUAL
TASK IN MCI PATIENTS
P. Petit*, L. ANAÏS, C. FLORENCE, B. JEAN (Bordeaux, France)
F. Lekeu*, S. GILLAIN, E. WARZÉE, V. WOJTASIK, D. MAQUET, J. CROISIER, L. SEIDEL, E. SALMON, J. PETERMANS (Liège, Belgium)
PC6 637 ›
LEISURE ACTIVITIES OF DISABLED ELDERLY: PATTERNS, CHANGES, AND
CORRELATION WITH QUALITY OF LIFE
J. Brodsky* (Jerusalem, Israel)
PC6 638 ›
A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE NEEDS OF COMMUNITY DWELLING
OLDER ADULTS WITH SELF-REPORTED MEMORY PROBLEMS
K. Parsons-suhl*, A. SURPRENANT, A. TRACEY, M. GODWIN (St. John’s, Canada)
PC6 639 ›
PERCEIVED AGE DISCRIMINATION PREDICTS HEALTH AND ILLNESS
THROUGHOUT LATER LIFE
B. Meisner*, J. BAKER (Toronto, Canada)
PC6 640 ›
FACTORS RELATED TO LONGITUDINAL CHANGE IN OLDER ADULT’S
SUBJECTIVE HEALTH PERCEPTIONS
PC6 641 ›
PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN ELDERLY HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH
CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE
K. Sargent-Cox*, K. ANSTEY, M. LUSZCZ (Canberra, Australia)
M. Magdalena*, M. CARMEN, A. CATALINA, M. BELEN, R. FELIU (Mallorca, Spain)
224
Posters
Monday 6
PC6 642 ›
MAINTENANCE OF VERBAL MEMORY PERFORMANCE IN INDIVIDUALS WITH A
HIGH INTELLECTUAL ACTIVITY
PC6 643 ›
PERSONAL MEANING AND DEPRESSION: AN RCT ON THE EFFECTS OF LIFE
REVIEW THERAPY
M. Carmen*, M. MAGDALENA (Palma de Mallorca, Spain)
G. Westerhof*, E. BOHLMEIJER, A. POT (Enschede, The Netherlands)
PC6 644 ›
PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS CONTRIBUTE TO REDUCING FEAR OF FALLING IN A
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTION
G. Zijlstra*, J. VAN HAASTREGT, J. VAN EIJK, G. KEMPEN (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
SOCIOECONOMIC POSITION AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AMONG ELDERLY
PEOPLE IN SWEDEN
I. Kåreholt*, M. GLANBORG (Stockholm, Sweden)
PC6 646 ›
DOES LEARNER AUTONOMY DIFFER BY GENDER ACROSS AGE GROUPS?
Monday
PC6 645 ›
E. PARK*, G. CONFESSORE (Baltimore, United States)
PC6 647 ›
SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING IN OLDER ADULTHOOD: DO SPOUSAL BELIEFS
MATTER?
T. Windsor*, L. RYAN, J. SMITH (Canberra, Australia)
PC6 648 ›
FACTORS HELPING TO ENHANCE COMBAT VETERANS POST-WAR ADAPTATION
AND WELL-BEING: A QUALITATIVE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
H. Gough*, H. GOUGH, D. HOLLIS (Edmonton, Canada)
PC6 649 ›
PERCEPTION OF ELDER MALTREATMENT THROUGH THE EYES OF OLDER
MALAYSIANS
T. Hamid*, S. ABDULLAH, N. YAHAYA, M. MANSUR, A. ABU SAMAH, Z. AHMAD
(Selangor, Malaysia)
PC6 650 ›
AGE DIFFERENCES IN POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH AND ITS RELATION WITH
MENTAL AND PHYSICAL ILLNESS IN THE DUTCH POPULATION
PC6 651 ›
NEW INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG OLDER PEOPLE LIVING IN
INSTITUTIONS: EXPLORATORY STUDY
S. Lamers*, G. WESTERHOF, E. BOHLMEIJER (Enschede, The Netherlands)
C. Pires*, S. RIBAS, P. TERROSO, O. RIBEIRO (Porto, Portugal)
PC6 652 ›
HOW FEELING YOUNGER CAN PUT OLD PEOPLE IN DANGER? A STUDY ON THE
OVERESTIMATING OF POSTURAL CAPABILITIES IN THE ELDERLY
PC6 653 ›
FACTORS PREDICTING LONELINESS AMONG OLDER PEOPLE IN DEPRIVED
NEIGHBOURHOODS
M. NOEL*, D. DOMINO, M. LUYAT (ROUBAIX, France)
J. Sim*, T. SCHARF, C. PHILLIPSON, A. SMITH (Staffordshire, United Kingdom)
PC6 654 ›
IS IT TIME FOR AN IN-DEPTH REVISION OF THE CONCEPT OF MILD COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT AS A PRODROME OF ALZHEIMER DISEASE?
D. Mª Carmen*, G. SARA, P. HERMINIA (Madrid, Spain)
PC6 655 ›
UNDERSTANDING THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING AGED: WHAT WE CAN LEARN
FROM COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERS
PC6 656 ›
NEIGHBORHOOD CHARACTERISTICS AND MENTAL HEALTH AMONG THE
ELDERLY IN AN URBAN AREA OF JAPAN
N. Kerse*, V. WRIGHT-ST CLAIR, S. LIZ (Auckland, New Zealand)
T. SAITO*, H. SUGISAWA, K. HARADA, T. YAMAGUCHI, I. KAI (Tokyo, Japan)
225
Monday 6
PC6 657 ›
Posters
UNDERSTANDING PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AMONG ELDERLY MIGRANTS
AND USE OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES: DOES ETHNICITY MATTER?
K. O’Loughlin*, Z. HOSSAIN, M. MATHEWS, M. ALIZADEH-KHOEI (Sydney,
Australia)
PC6 658 ›
IMPROVING MOTORWAY REST AREA BASED ON VISUAL SEARCH
CHARACTERISTICS OF ELDERLY PERSONS
T. Akagi*, S. AJISAKA, Y. KAWAGUCHI, M. SATO (Tokyo, Japan)
PC6 659 ›
LEGIBILITY CHALLENGES WITH WAYFINDING BEHAVIOR OF ELDERLY
PERSONS IN MOTORWAY REST AREA
Monday
S. Ajisaka*, T. AKAGI, Y. KAWAGUCHI, M. SATO (Tokyo, Japan)
PC6 660 ›
AGE-RELATED CHANGES OF ATTITUDES TOWARD DEATH AMONG JAPANESE
MIDDLE-AGED AND ELDERLY
C. Tange*, Y. NISHITA, M. MORIYAMA, M. TOMIDA, S. TSUBOI, Y. FUKUKAWA, F. ANDO, H. SHIMOKATA (Obu City, Japan)
PC6 661 ›
BEHAVIOUR COGNITIVE PROFILE CORRESPONDING A SAMPLE OF USERS
FROM A GERONTOLOGICAL CENTER
I. González Abraldes*, A. MASEDA, T. LORENZO, J. TUBÍO, A. BALO, J. MILLÁN-CALENTI (LA Coruña, Spain)
PC6 662 ›
SUCCESSFUL AGING: LAY PERSPECTIVES OF YOUNG, MIDDLE-AGED, AND
OLDER GERMANS
D. Wozniak*, D. JOPP, S. EHRET, S. STANEK, C. BERENDONK, M. STROBEL, A. GLAUB (Heidelberg, Germany)
PC6 663 ›
A QUALITATIVE STUDY FOR THE BARRIERS FOR PARTICIPATIONG IN CHILDSUPPORT ACTIVITIES BY GRANDPARENTAL GENERATIONS
M. Tabuchi*, J. NAKAHARA, A. FUJITA (Suita, OSAKA, Japan)
PC6 664 ›
PSYCHOLOGICAL ADAPTATION TO VISION LOSS IN OLD AGE: THE ROLE OF
FUNCTIONAL ABILITIES
O. Schilling*, H. WAHL, A. HOROWITZ, J. REINHARDT, K. BOERNER (Heidelberg,
Germany)
PC6 665 ›
INFLUENCE THAT CHANGE IN LIFE ENVIRONMENT GIVES TO « TIME SPENT
ALONE » OF ELDERLY PERSON WHO NEED CARING AND THE FAMILY
S. Sasahara*, T. AKAGI (Tokyo, Japan)
PC6 666 ›
AGE DIFFERENCES IN OROFACIAL SENSORY THRESHOLDS
PC6 667 ›
PATIENTS’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE IMPORTANCE OF NURSE-PATIENT
RELATIONSHIPS IN CHRONIC CARE
M. Heft*, M. ROBINSON (Gainesville, United States)
V. Boscart*, D. PRINGLE, K. MCGILTON, E. PETER, F. WYNN (Toronto, Canada)
PC6 668 ›
THERAPEUTIC ORIENTATION TO ADAPT ELDERLY AND THEIR FAMILY IN AN
ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY
E. Araujo*, R. LOPES, R. MIRANDA (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PC6 669 ›
MARITAL ADJUSTMENT AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH MARITAL DISTRESS IN
OLD AGE
PC6 670 ›
GIVING AND RECEIVING IN THE POST-MODERN ERA IN MANAGING SENIOR
CITIZEN CLUBS WITH THE HOLISTIC APPROACH
M. Goldfarb*, G. TRUDEL, R. BOYER, M. PRÉVILLE (Montreal, Canada)
A. Eizenhamer* (Ramat Gan, Israel)
226
Posters
PC6 671 ›
Monday 6
METAPHORIC MEANING OF WORDS PROCESSING AND AGING: A CASE OF
BRAIN FUNCTIONAL REORGANIZATION
B. Mejia-Constain*, O. MONCHI, N. WALTER, M. ARSENAULT, N. SENHADJI, Y. JOANETTE (Montréal, Canada)
PC6 672 ›
THE EFFECTS OF FAMILY-RELATED FACTORS ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR
THE ELDERLY PEOPLE IN KOREA
C. Park* (Kyongsan City, Kyongsangbuk-do, Republic of Korea)
PC6 673 ›
A STUDY OF THE ECOLOGICAL FACTORS AFFECTING THE QUALITY OF LIFE
AMONG THE ELDERLY PEOPLE IN KOREA
N. Bae*, C. PARK (Asan city, Chungchungnam-do, Republic of Korea)
THE IMPORTANCE OF COGNITIVE RESOURCES FOR EVERYDAY COMPETENCE
AMONG VISUALLY IMPAIRED AND UNIMPAIRED OLDER ADULTS
H. Wahl*, V. HEYL (Heidelberg, Germany)
PC6 675 ›
EXPLORING DETERMINANTS OF ORAL HEALTH-RELATED QOL AMONG THE
OLDEST OLD IN TOKYO
Monday
PC6 674 ›
M. Fukumoto*, K. SAITO, T. IINUMA, Y. ARAI, M. TAKAYAMA, Y. ABE, M. TAKAYAMA,
N. HIROSE, K. KOMIYAMA, N. GIONHAKU (Tokyo, Japan)
PC6 676 ›
CULTURAL-SPECIFIC SIGNS OF GEROTRANSCENDENCE IN THE VERY OLD IN
JAPAN
T. Nakagawa*, Y. MASUI, Y. KURETA, M. TAKAYAMA, C. KAWAI, Y. GONDO, R. TAKAHASHI (Suita, Japan)
PC6 677 ›
IMPROVED SPATIAL WORKING MEMORY IN MICE LACKING ADENOSINE A2A
RECEPTORS
J. He*, S. ZHOU, D. SHU, M. ZHU, X. WANG, R. ZHENG, J. CHEN, J. HE (Wenzhou,
China)
PC6 678 ›
AGEING AND EMOTIONAL REACTIVITY: DO OLDER ADULTS SHOW
DIFFERENTIAL SUBJECTIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONDING DURING
PICTURE VIEWING COMPARED TO YOUNGER ADULTS?
B. Massavelli*, O. LIPP, N. PACHANA (Brisbane, Australia)
PC6 679 ›
AN EXPLORATION OF LONELINESS AMONGST OLDER WOMEN: LOSS OF IDENTITY
L. De Jager*, V. ROOS (Potchefstroom, South Africa)
PC6 680 ›
LIVING ALONE, SOCIAL ISOLATION AND LONELINESS IN SPAIN AND THE
NETHERLANDS
M. Sanchez*, J. DE JONG GIERVELD, J. BUZ DELGADO (Salamanca, Spain)
Track D - Social Research, Policy and Practice
PD6 681 ›
UNEMPLOYMENT IMPACTS ON OLDER WORKERS MENTAL HEALTH
PD6 682 ›
AGEING AND SOCIAL ENIRONMENT: LATENT DISCRIMINATIONS. THE CASE OF
CHILE
Age discrimination
R. Neves*, A. MATOS (Braga, Portugal)
P. Osorio*, M. TORREJÓN, N. VOGEL, A. MARÍA SOL (Santiago, Chile)
PD6 683 ›
AGE, AGEISM AND AGE DISCRIMINATION - NEW DYNAMISM IN MODERN
SOCIETIES
L. Vidovicova* (Brno, Czech Republic)
227
Posters
Monday 6
PD6 684 ›
THE SELF-DETERMINATION IN THE ILL ELDERLY PATIENT IN THE HOSPITAL
M. Dario*, G. DE PADUANIS, A. GIANI, D. MARIETTI, R. CAPPELLI, S. BOSCHI, M. BICCHI, G. PERUZZI, A. BARBI, M. BARTALINI, M. SANTORO (SIENA, Italy)
PD6 685 ›
SURVEILLANCE OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE IN COSTA RICA
PD6 686 ›
AGEISM: RESULTS OF AN INTERNATIONAL STUDY
J. Fernandez* (San Jose, Costa Rica)
F. Meier*, A. DR. ESSLINGER, H. DR. HEPPNER, R. DR. ROLLER-WIRNSBERGER
(Nuremberg, Germany)
Monday
PD6 687 ›
« OLDER PEOPLE HAVE A LOT TO SAY ABOUT SEX AND SEXUALITY »: ISSUES IN
RESEARCHING SEXUALITY AND AGEING
R. Jones* (Manchester, United Kingdom)
PD6 688 ›
SOCIAL RISK AND FRAILTY IN LATER LIFE
J. URBINA*, M. GARCIA, J. FLORES, L. TORRES, R. TORRUBIAS (GUADALAJARA, Spain)
PD6 689 ›
PERSONHOOD FOR OLDER ADULTS RECEIVING NURSING CARE IN HOSPITAL: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
PD6 690 ›
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE HEALTH STATUS AND HEALTH CARE NETWORK OF OLDER PERSONS IN SOUTHERN TUNISIA (DOUZ) AND IN SWITZERLAND
(GENEVA)
E. Moody*, A. PHINNEY (Vancouver, Canada)
A. CHETOUI *, A. CHETOUI, A. STÜCKELBERGER, R. DARWICH, P. CHASTONAY
(KEBILI , Tunisia)
Demography
PD6 691 ›
EVALUATION OF THE POPULATION PROJECTIONS FOR JAPANESE - THE LIFE
EXPECTANCY MODEL BY USING THE MIXED WEIBULL MODEL
Y. OOE*, T. FURUKAWA, T. NAGAKURA, Y. OHNO, S. YONEDA (Yao, Osaka, Japan)
PD6 692 ›
PD6 693 ›
ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS IN HOSPITALISED ELDERLY PATIENTS: A
PROSPECTIVE STUDY
B. Tangiisuran*, J. WRIGHT, N. GAINSBOROUGH, K. ALI, G. DAVIES, C. RAJKUMAR
(Brighton, United Kingdom)
AGEING IN RUSSIA AND UKRAINE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CURRENT
STATE AND FUTURE TRENDS
G. Safarova*, S. PIROZHKOV (Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation)
PD6 694 ›
RURAL-URBAN DIFFERENCES IN REPORTED HEALTH STATUS BY OLDER
PERSONS IN KOREA
PD6 695 ›
PROMOTING MULTI- AND INTERDISCIPLINARY AGEING RESEARCH IN THE
UNITED KINGDOM
M. Lee* (Gunpo-city, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea)
C. Hennessy*, P. WALKER (Plymouth, United Kingdom)
PD6 696 ›
ESTIMATING POPULATION SIZE FOR MICRO MINORITY POPULATION GROUPS:
ESTIMATING ELDERLY INTERCENSAL DENOMINATORS
J. McNally*, S. PANAPASA (Ann Arbor, United States)
PD6 697 ›
THE ORGANIZATION AND USE OF SCALE DATA IN AGING RESEARCH:
IMPROVING MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
M. Sayre*, J. MCNALLY (Ann Arbor, United States)
228
Posters
Monday 6
Economy
PD6 698 ›
IMPACT OF WALKING SPEED ON THE ONSET OF FUNCTIONAL DEPENDENCE
AND MEDICAL AND CARE COSTS IN JAPANESE OLDER ADULTS
H. Yoshida*, Y. FUJIWARA, T. FUKAYA, H. AMANO, N. WATANABE, S. LEE, N. MARIKO, S. SHINKAI (Tokyo, Japan)
PD6 699 ›
A STUDY ON THE CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE DEPENDING ON RETIRING AGE
C. Hyejin*, C. HYUNJA (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PD6 700 ›
THE COSTS OF AGEING - A STRUCTURED STUDY ANALYSIS
PD6 701 ›
ECONOMIC RATIONALITY AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES OF LONG-TERM
CARE SUPPLIERS: A STUDY ON THE FRENCH NURSING HOME MARKET
A. Esslinger*, J. BREITINGER, R. PRESS (Nuremberg, Germany)
PD6 702 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF A FINANCIAL MODEL FOR GERIATRIC DAY HOSPITALS (GDH)
Monday
R. De Albuquerque David* (Paris, France)
D. Gillain*, F. FECHER, A. VELGHE, X. BOMAN, L. KOHN, C. LEONARD, F. MAMBOURG, N. VAN DEN NOORTGATE, J. PETERMANS (Liège, Belgium)
PD6 703 ›
A MARKOV MODEL OF THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF DISEASE MANAGEMENT
PROGRAMS IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
PD6 704 ›
THE COST OF ILLNESS AND BURDEN OF DEMENTIA DISORDERS IN EUROPE
T. LAVAUD* (BORDEAUX, France)
P. Kenigsberg*, A. WIMO, K. ÉRSEK, L. GULACSI, A. GUSTAVSSON, A. JACQUES,
L. JÖNSSON, K. KARPATI, P. KENIGSBERG, . MCDAID, H. VALTONEN (Stockholm,
Sweden)
Education
PD6 705 ›
BARRIERS TO CAREGIVER EDUCATION IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
S. PARIEL*, E. FREDIANI, P. RODRIGUEZ, O. MASSIERE, C. OASI, J. BELMIN (Ivry sur seine, France)
PD6 706 ›
AGING IN CONTEMPORARITY: TEACHING COMPUTER SKILLS FOR ELDERLY
PEOPLE
PD6 707 ›
SENIOR-FRIENDLY COMPUTER INTERFACE TO ENHANCE LEARNING AND
INDEPENDENT USE OF EMAIL AMONG SENIORS
I. Iracema de Lima Argimon*, C. SARAIVA, I. ARGIMON (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
M. Borrie*, J. LO, A. MENDEL, D. BORRIE, R. RUPSINGH (Toronto, Canada)
PD6 708 ›
CHINESE DIABETIC PATIENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE HEALTH LITERACY: VIEWS
FROM HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
PD6 709 ›
NATIONAL INITIATIVE FOR THE CARE OF THE ELDERLY (NICE): INTERNATIONAL
NETWORKING AND KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER TO IMPROVE THE CARE OF OLDER
ADULTS
A. Leung*, D. CHU, S. CHAN, W. SHUM (Hong Kong, China)
A. Lombardo*, L. MCDONALD (Toronto, Canada)
PD6 710 ›
EXPECTATIONS OF PROFESSIONAL CARERS FOR ELDERLIES ABOUT TRAINING
ON ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN THE HEALTHCARENETVARSITY PROJECT
M. Seux*, S. MEHRABIAN, I. MIRALLES, M. COHEN, Y. ABECASSIS, R. SKALKIS, M. ESCULIER, A. RIGAUD (Paris, France)
229
Posters
Monday 6
PD6 711 ›
DIGITAL INCLUSION IN LATER LIFE: MOTIVATION AND OUTCOME OF COMPUTER
CURSES IN SOUTH-BRAZIL
PD6 712 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE IN NURSING CARE - APPLICATION OF APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY
IN TEACHING PROJECTS
J. Doll*, S. NEVES DE OLIVEIRA (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
B. Klein* (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
PD6 713 ›
ATTITUDES OF MEDICAL STUDENTS TOWARDS OLDER PEOPLE AND CARING
FOR OLDER PATIENTS
Monday
H. Khoshnaw*, H. WILSON (Guildford, United Kingdom)
PD6 714 ›
KNOWLEDGE OF GERIATRIC MEDICINE BEFORE AND AFTER A CLINICAL
GERIATRIC MEDICINE COURSE
PD6 715 ›
EDUCATION FOR INVOLVEMENT: INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO OLDER
PEOPLE’S INVOLVEMENT IN SOCIAL CARE RESEARCH
R. Visvanathan*, T. SILAKONG, S. YU (Adelaide, Australia)
L. Warren*, K. BOXALL (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
PD6 716 ›
TRAINING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT FOR NURSES OF HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY
PATIENTS IN JAPAN
PD6 717 ›
EUROPEAN MASTER
PD6 718 ›
STUDENTS KNOWLEDGE RELATED TO TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDERS
FROM THE VIEW OF GERODONTOLOGY
M. TORITA*, H. MASAKI (Chiba, Japan)
A. Van Dillen* (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
S. KraljeviC SimunkoviC*, I. BAGO, T. BADEL, V. FUGOSIC, J. KERN (Zagreb,
Croatia)
PD6 719 ›
THE SCRIPT CONCORDANCE TEST AS A FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT TOOL IN
GERIATRIC MEDICINE
PD6 720 ›
NATIONAL PROJECT FOR EXCELLENCE IN GERIATRIC CARE EDUCATION-A
COMPREHENSIVE, INNOVATIVE AND PRACTICAL PROGRAM FOR LEARNERS OF
DIFFERENT LEVELS
A. Benetos*, L. JOLY, M. BRAUN, J. FOURNIER (Vandoeuvre les Nancy, France)
M. Lee*, H. LIN, C. YEN (Taichung, Taiwan)
Family and care giving / Aging-environment interactions
PD6 721 ›
SEXUALITY AND AGEING WITH DEPENDENCE
U. Karsch*, A. SALIMENE (São Paulo, Brazil)
PD6 722 ›
WHOQOL-BREF: THE CAREGIVER’S QUALITY OF LIFE FOLLOWING THE DEATH
OF THE DEPENDENT ELDERLY BY STROKE
U. Karsch*, B. OLIVEIRA, A. SALIMENE, I. MAZETO, A. HAYAR, T. SILVA RODRIGUES,
S. REIS DE ANDRADE, M. ALVES, L. BATISTA DA SILVA, L. MONTEIRO LÚCIO, K. FERREIRA LOPES (São Paulo, Brazil)
PD6 723 ›
ARCHITECTURAL SPACE AND INDIVIDUAL CARE IN ASSISTED LIVING
C. Nord* (Norrköping, Sweden)
PD6 724 ›
WHO IS THE FAMILY CAREGIVER OF THE ALZHEIMERS PATIENT THAT FINDS
POSITIVE ASPECTS IN THEIR CARE TASKS?
M. Fernández-Pascual *, A. REIG-FERRER , F. ROSARIO, F. Mª DOLORES, T. JOSÉ
LUIS, A. NATALIA (Alicante, Spain)
230
Posters
Monday 6
PD6 725 ›
AN EXPERIMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT IN A GROUP HOME FOR
ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA
PD6 726 ›
INDEPENDENCE AT AN OLD AGE: RESEARCH EVIDENCE OF THE KLAIPEDA 80+
STUDY
H. Shimogaki*, K. KODAMA (Tokyo, Japan)
F. Stepukonis*, J. JÓNSSON, T. SVENSSON (KlaipEda, Lithuania)
PD6 727 ›
PROVIDING CARE TO MORE THAN ONE RECIPIENT AS A DETERMINANT OF
CAREGIVER BURDEN
M. Den Draak*, A. DE BOER, J. TIMMERMANS (The Hague, The Netherlands)
PD6 728 ›
EFFECTS OF GREEN CARE FARMS ON ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
PD6 729 ›
FAMILY CARE FOR SENIORS AS A « LABOUR OF LOVE » – NEW ARGUMENTS
PD6 730 ›
COMBINING WORK AND CARE OF AN ELDERLY RELATIVE: CONSTRAINTS AND
FEELING OF PRESSURE
H. Jerabek* (Prague, Czech Republic)
Monday
S. De Bruin*, S. OOSTING, H. TOBI, F. STEENSTRA, M. ENDERS-SLEGERS, A. VAN DER ZIJPP, J. SCHOLS (Wageningen, The Netherlands)
C. Martin*, B. LE BIHAN (Rennes, France)
PD6 731 ›
LOSSES, AUTONOMY AND DEPENDENCY IN THE AGING PROCESS
V. HEREDIA*, D. DE LORENZI (Caxias do Sul, Brazil)
PD6 732 ›
KT-EQUAL : PUTTING AGEING AND DISABILITY RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE
R. McCrindle*, G. MOUNTAIN, J. CLARKSON, P. LANSLEY, T. COX, L. DAMODARAN,
C. ECCELSTON, C. WARD THOMPSON (Reading, United Kingdom)
PD6 733 ›
WAITING TO DIE:A STUDY OF WIDOWS IN VARANASI
PD6 734 ›
ELDERLY, FAMILY AND CULTURE: A STUDY ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE
CAREGIVER ROLE
S. Prasad* (Varanasi, India)
S. Santos*, T. RIFIOTIS (Florianopolis, Brazil)
PD6 735 ›
AGEING IN A PURPOSE-BUILT RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: TOWARDS A
LONGITUDINAL STUDY
PD6 736 ›
SOCIAL RELATIONS WITH NEIGHBORS AMONG THE OLD-OLD LIVING ALONE IN
TOKYO
J. Liddle*, B. BARTLAM, M. BERNARD, T. SCHARF, J. SIM (Keele, United Kingdom)
S. Sawaoka*, W. KOYANO, A. HONDA (Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo, Japan)
PD6 737 ›
FUTURE ELDERLY IN POOR HEALTH AND LIVING ALONE: HOW CAN THEIR
CHILDREN SUPPORT THEM?
Y. Decarie*, J. LÉGARÉ, Y. DÉCARIE, P. CHARBONNEAU, J. KEEFE, J. GAYMU, F. (Montréal, Canada)
PD6 738 ›
NAVIGATION IN FAMILIAR AND UNFAMILIAR TOWN CENTRES
PD6 739 ›
FAMILY CARE WITHIN THE SYRIAN-ORTHODOX COMMUNITY
PD6 740 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE, DEPRESSION AND STRESS IN CAREGIVERS OF ELDERLY
WITH DEMENTIA IN JALISCO, MÉXICO
J. Phillips*, A. HOCKEY, N. FOREMAN, M. DEL AGUILA (Swansea, UK)
L. Groen - van de Ven*, C. SMITS (Zwolle, The Netherlands)
E. ARIAS-MERINO*, I. DÍAZ-GARCÍA, I. VELAZQUEZ-BRIZUELA, G. ORTIZ, A.
MORALES-SANCHEZ, R. MEDA-LARA, J. CUEVA-CONTRERAS, J. CALLELA-RUIZ, N. MENDOZA-RUVALCABA (ZAPOPAN, Mexico)
231
Monday 6
Posters
PD6 741 ›
THE MEASURE AND MEANING OF DAILY LIFE: USING MIXED METHODS TO
EXPLORE DISABILITY AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN NEW YORK CITY
PD6 742 ›
CAREGIVERS AND VIOLENCE AGAINST THE ELDERLY
PD6 743 ›
A SUBSTANTIVE THEORY OF CARERS’ NEEDS POST STROKE
A. Costley* (New York, United States)
M. SCHLICKMANN PEREIRA HAYAR*, Ú. KARSCH (São Paulo, Brazil)
L. Brereton* (Lincoln, United Kingdom)
PD6 744 ›
INFORMAL CAREGIVER PROFILE OF ELDERLY PEOPLE IN SOUTH-WEST
MUNICIPALITY OF SAO PAULO/BRAZIL
Monday
M. PARISOTTO*, A. ALINE, M. PEROLA, C. FERNANDA, B. ADRIANA (Assis, Brazil)
PD6 745 ›
IN SEARCH OF THE RECONCILIATION BETWEEN THE WESTERN AND THE ASIAN
VALUES: A CRITICAL APPROACH TOWARD THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE
SENIORS AND THE PROFESSIONAL CARE-GIVER IN SOUTH KOREA
B. Hwang*, B. PARK , K. RYU , B. SHIN (Busan, Republic of Korea)
PD6 746 ›
FROM HOME TO INSTITUTION : MENTAL HEALTH AND BURDEN OF FAMILY
CAREGIVERS
H. Kerhervé*, M. GAY, P. VRIGNAUD (Nanterre, France)
PD6 747 ›
MOBILE LINK SERVICE – THE USE OF ICT AND CRM IN HONG KONG’S
UNPRECEDENTED OUTDOOR SUPPORT AND CARE SERVICE
PD6 748 ›
THE INFLUENCES OF RESIDENTIAL RELOCATION ON FALL, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
AND QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG OLDER ADULTS
I. So*, C. NG, L. BARBARA S.L., S. IRENE M.L. (Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
I. Chen*, C. SHUN-PING, Y. SHU, T. FU-IN, W. TZ-FANG (Taipei, Taiwan)
PD6 749 ›
PRACTICAL RESEARCH OF THE HOME ENVIRONMENT IMPROVEMENT FOR
ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
PD6 750 ›
RESPONSIBILITY AND AFFECTION IN FAMILIAL ELDER CARE: A CASE STUDY
OF DIASPORIC CHINESE FAMILIES, VANCOUVER, B.C.
C. Oshima*, H. SHIMOGAKI, T. AKAGI, K. KODAMA (Tokyo, Japan)
S. Chan*, D. O’CONNOR, D. LAI (Vancouver, Canada)
PD6 751 ›
EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCES OF KOREAN URBAN ELDERLY IN EVERYDAY LIVES
J. Son*, J. JOO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PD6 752 ›
A RESEARCH ON THE PROMOTION OF URBAN COMMUNITY CARE OF THE
ELDERLY BY THE DEPT, OF SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER AT YMCA (A NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATION) IN SOUTH URBAN CITY OF TAIWAN
PD6 753 ›
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECT OF HEALTH ON OLDER ADULTS’
SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
P. Chen*, R. YOU (Tainan CitY, Taiwan)
J. Ha* (Chicago, United States)
PD6 754 ›
IMPACT OF THE FAMILY FUNCTION ON QUALITY OF LIFE AND FATIGUE IN
KOREAN ELDERLY POPULATION
S. Park*, S. KIM, K. SON, S. CHO, H. CHUN, J. CHANG, B. CHO (Daegu, Republic of Korea)
PD6 755 ›
EXPERIENCES OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH EARLY STAGE DEMENTIA AND THEIR
SIGNIFICANT OTHERS
H. Pesonen*, A. REMES, A. ISOLA (Oulu, Finland)
232
Posters
PD6 756 ›
Monday 6
ELDER FINANCIAL ABUSE: ANALYSIS FROM PROFESSIONAL’S PERCEPTION
R. Fontaine*, M. JOËL (Paris, France)
PD6 757 ›
NEEDS AND USAGE OF SUPPORT SERVICES TO AMELIORATE PSYCHOLOGICAL
BURDEN AMONG JAPANESE INFORMAL CAREGIVERS
PD6 758 ›
EXPERIENCE OF WIVES WHO LIVE WITH ELDERLY APHASIC PATIENTS AFTER STROKE
T. Wakui*, I. KAI (Tokyo, Japan)
A. Suzuki*, T. MIZUNO (Tokyo, Japan)
PD6 759 ›
INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS OF GRANDPARENT-HEADED FAMILIES
AND ADJUSTMENT OF GRANDCHILDREN IN RURAL KOREA
J. Lee* (Gwangju, Republic of Korea)
FAMILY CARERS OF OLDER PERSONS WITH STROKE – NEEDS AND RECEIVED
SERVICE
PD6 761 ›
OLDER PERSONS IN MULTI-GENERATIONAL HOUSEHOLDS IN SOUTH AFRICA -
« THIRD AGE » IDEALS; « SECOND PARENTHOOD » REALITIES
B. Krevers*, B. ÖBERG (Linköping, Sweden)
Monday
PD6 760 ›
J. Hoffman* (Oxford, United Kingdom)
PD6 762 ›
FAMILY SUPPORT OF ELDERLY FEMALES: THE IMPACTS OF MIGRATION AND
HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION ON SUPPORT NETWORKS IN VIETNAM
M. McNally* (Ann Arbor, United States)
PD6 763 ›
CARE GIVERS OF PATIENTS UNDER HAEMODYALISIS: A SOCIODEMOGRAPHIS
ANALYSIS
L. Andreu*, P. ARDITE, M. MUÑOZ (Barcelona, Spain)
PD6 764 ›
QUALITY ELDERLY CARE IN NURSING HOMES FROM FAMILY MEMBERS’ POINT
OF VIEW
A. HabjaniC*, A. ISOLA, S. ELO (Maribor, Slovenia)
PD6 765 ›
AGE AND GENDER IN A BRAZILIAN MILITARY LONG TERM CARE FACILITY FOR
ELDERS
PD6 766 ›
FILLING THE GAP IN CARE: CUSTODIAL GRANDPARENTING IN THE PHILIPPINES
PD6 767 ›
THE BURDEN OF FAMILY CARE GIVING SEVERE DISABLED POOR OLDER
PEOPLE IN CHILE
S. Pinto* (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
E. Laguna* (Bremen, Germany)
C. Albala*, L. LERA, A. FUENTES, H. SANCHEZ (Santiago, Chile)
PD6 768 ›
COMPANIONSHIP, AFFECTION AND SEXUALITY AT END OF LIFE: ADAPTIVE
NETWORKS FOR INTIMACY
PD6 769 ›
THE STRENGTHS OF A « WEAK PROFESSION »? GERONTOLOGICAL SOCIAL
WORK IN THE HELPLESS ENABLING STATE-THE CASE OF GERMANY
J. McNally*, M. SAYRE (Ann Arbor, United States)
U. Otto* (Rorschach, Switzerland)
PD6 770 ›
CARING FOR NURSING HOME RESIDENTS WITH ADVANCED DEMENTIA: FAMILY
INVOLVEMENT MATTERS
C. Reid*, N. CHAPPELL, H. KADLEC (Kelowna, Canada)
PD6 771 ›
ETHNIC DIFFERENCES IN CAREGIVER BURDEN, SELF-EFFICACY, AND
REWARDS AMONG WORKING ELDER CAREGIVERS IN UNITED STATES
J. Branin* (La Verne, United States)
233
Monday 6
Posters
PD6 772 ›
EXPECTANCY AND PERCEPTION REGARDING AGING IN A COMPANIONSHIP
CENTRE FOR THE ELDERLY
PD6 773 ›
INTERNATIONAL FAMILY CAREGIVING: NEW TRENDS AND ALLIANCES
PD6 774 ›
DOES PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN ENHANCE THE LIFE SATISFACTION
OF OLDER ADULTS IN URBAN CHINA? THE ROLE OF PERCEIVED FILIAL PIETY
OF CHILDREN
M. Real Silva* (Cecap - Salto, Brazil)
H. Gail* (Bethesda, United States)
Monday
M. Guo*, I. CHI (Los Angeles, United States of America)
PD6 775 ›
ELDER MISTREATMENT AMONG CHINESE AND KOREAN IMMIGRANTS IN THE
UNITED STATES: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
PD6 776 ›
LIVING AT HOME WITH DEMENTIA : THE RELATION BETWEEN BEING IN ONE ‘S
OWN HOME AND HAVING A SOCIAL LIFE
Y. LEE*, E. PEREZ-STABLE (SAN FRANCISCO, United States)
M. GUISSET-MARTINEZ*, B. PUIJALON (Paris, France)
PD6 777 ›
EVOLUTION OF THE CONCEPT OF RESPITE AND RESPITE CARE SERVICES: AN
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
M. VILLEZ*, L. NGATCHA-RIBERT, P. KENIGSBERG, M. GUISSET-MARTINEZ, K. CHARRAS, M. FREMONTIER (Paris, France)
Gerontology in developping countries
PD6 778 ›
RISK FACTORS FOR MENTAL ILNESSES IN ELDERLY IN A ROMANIAN DISTRICT
D. Podea*, D. NEGRU, L. NICULESCU, R. CHENDERES, I. JURCA (Arad, Romania)
PD6 779 ›
INEQUALITIES IN THE MORTALITY RATE AMONG ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS IN THE
CITY OF SAO PAULO:SABE STUDY
M. LEBRAO*, M. LOUVISON, J. SANTOS, Y. DUARTE, R. LAURENTI (SAO PAULO, Brazil)
PD6 780 ›
FRENCH LEGISLATION IN END-OF-LIFE CARE: PARLIAMENT EVALUATION
S. Van Pradelles de Palmaert*, L. TEILLET, F. MULLER, L. D’ARAILH (Paris,
France)
PD6 781 ›
GENOCIDE IN RWANDA AND ITS EFFECT ON THE WAY OF LIFE OF OLD PEOPLE
PD6 782 ›
WHO AM I? THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASKS IN THE WORK WITH ELDERLY AGE
H. Marzi*, J. NKURAYIJA (Ingelheim, Germany)
M. Acosta*, I. STREIT, M. GOULART, R. DEPONTI, R. COUTINHO (Santa Maria, Brazil)
PD6 783 ›
ACCURACY AND RELIABILITY OF THE SHORT-FORM 36 HEALTH SURVEY IN
CHILEAN ELDERS. THE ALEXANDROS STUDY
L. Lera*, A. FUENTES, H. SÁNCHEZ, C. ALBALA (Santiago , Chile)
PD6 784 ›
FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE CHOICE OF LIVING ALONE BY THE ELDERLY IN
BRAZIL
PD6 785 ›
IBADAN STUDY OF AGEING – RATIONALE, METHODS, AND CHALLENGES
PD6 786 ›
SOCIAL INEQUALITY AND ORAL HEALTH: AN EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDY OF
CEARÁ’S ELDERLY POPULATION, IN BRAZIL
A. Bos*, M. FISCHER, I. SILVA, A. BOS (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
L. Kola*, O. GUREJE, A. OGUNNIYI, B. OLLEY, A. OYEKAN, E. AFOLABI (Ibadan, Nigeria)
W. Moura*, F. SOUSA, M. ALMEIDA, M. ARAÚJO, M. MOTA, P. ALMEIDA, P. ARRAIS
(Fortaleza, Brazil)
234
Posters
Monday 6
PD6 787 ›
THE SPECIFIC AND UNIVERSAL ASPECT OF GETTING AND BEING OLD UNDER
THE CULTURAL GERONTOLOGY PERSPECTIVE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY
BETWEEN BRAZIL AND GERMANY
PD6 788 ›
CAUSES OF HEALTHY YEARS LOST DUE TO LIVING WITH DISABILITIES IN
OLDER POPULATION IN THAILAND
S. Marina *, M. SILVA (Salvador, Brazil)
K. Bundhamcharoen*, P. ODTON (Nonthaburi, Thailand)
PD6 789 ›
HOW TO PROMOTE THE ACTIVITY OF A MOBILE TEAM OF GERIATRICS?
L. POUDENS*, P. CUADRAS, B. HASER, F. ZUNINO, S. TOURNIER, C. CASTAGNA (Aix-en-provence, France)
COMPARING ORAL-HEALTH-RELATED-QUALITY-OF-LIFE IN ELDERLY OF
THREE SOUTH-AMERICAN CITIES. SABE STUDY
A. Fuentes*, C. ALBALA, L. LERA (Santiago, Chile)
PD6 791 ›
PERCEPTION OF HEALTH FACTORS AFFECTING THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN
ELDERLY PEOPLE IN SANTIAGO, CHILE
Monday
PD6 790 ›
I. Espinoza*, P. OSORIO, M. TORREJON, N. VOGEL, M. ANIGSTEIN (Santiago, Chile)
Integrated models of care
PD6 792 ›
THE CONSTRUCTION OF CARE TECHNOLOGY FOR PARKINSON
L. Gonçalves*, L. GONÇALVES, A. ALVAREZ, T. BENEDETTI, J. SCHIER, E. SILVA
(Florianopolis, Brazil)
PD6 793 ›
PASS’AIDANT: AN INSTRUMENT TO IDENTIFY THE NEEDS FOR HELP OF
CAREGIVERS OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE PATIENTS
C. KULIBANOV*, S. PARIEL, V. DROUGLAZET, E. CURCOFF, H. VENCHIARUTTI, C. OLLIVET, J. BELMIN (Ivrys sur seine, France)
PD6 794 ›
SUPPORT NETWORK TO THE FAMILY CAREGIVER OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH
ALZHEIMER
PD6 795 ›
ORGANIZING FOR INTEGRATED CARE IN THE NORWEGIAN HOSPITAL SECTOR
PD6 796 ›
ANALYSING HEALTH PROMOTION DETERMINANTS FOR OLDER PEOPLE
THROUGH SENTIMENT ANALYSIS
A. Alvarez*, S. SANTOS (Florianópolis, Brazil)
M. Sogstad*, T. ROMØREN, K. BENTE, H. ANDERS, B. GEIR (Gjøvik, Norway)
P. Kokol*, H. BLAZUN, M. SLAJMER-JAPELJ (Maribor, Slovenia)
PD6 797 ›
EVALUATION OF THE USE OF PHYSICAL RESTRAINTS IN A GERIATRIC FACILITY
S. CHANTELOT*, A. DUROCHER, C. DI POMPÉO, F. PUISIEUX (LILLE, France)
PD6 798 ›
END OF LIFE CARE IN LONG TERM CARE INSTITUTIONS IN HONG KONG
A. Chong*, M. LEUNG (Hong Kong , China)
PD6 799 ›
PROFILE OF ELDERLY PACIENTS ASSISTED IN A PRIVATE GERIATRIC
ASSISTANCE IN HOME-VISITS IN THE CITY OF SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
H. Drumond Marra*, C. TONIOLO ZENATTI, P. RODRIGUES DE SOUZA, F. MAGALHÃES FILHO, R. DELMONTE PIOVEZAN, M. KAIRALLA, C. TONIOLO ZENATTI, J. TONIOLO NETO (São Paulo, Brazil)
PD6 800 ›
MOVING TOWARDS THE ELDERLY-FRIENDLY HOSPITAL. A PARADIGM SHIFT
FOR THE HOSPITAL-BASED CARE OF THE ELDERLY
N. Larente*, J. MORAIS, J. VERDON, G. INGLIS, P. LYSY, W. CHIU, Y. BACHER, D.
WAN-CHOW-WAH, A. BROWN-JOHNSON, J. FALUTZ, A. HUANG (Montreal, Canada)
235
Monday 6
PD6 801 ›
Posters
PARAMEDICS ASSESSING ELDERS AT RISK FOR INDEPENDENCE LOSS (PERIL) –
DERIVATION OF A CLINICAL DECISION RULE
J. Lee*, R. VERBEEK, M. SCHULL, P. MACINTYRE, L. MORRISON, L. CALDER, I. STIELL, B. ROWE, S. SOOKRAM, D. RYAN, G. NAGLIE (Toronto, Canada)
PD6 802 ›
A RESEARCH OF CARING MODEL BY « EMPOWERMENT OF OLDER PEOPLE »
APPROACH: AN EXAMPLE OF A NURSING HOME OF YMCA AT TAINAN CITY IN
TAIWAN
Monday
R. You*, P. CHEN (Tainan, Taiwan)
PD6 803 ›
A MULTIFACETED APPROACH TO IMPLEMENTING HEALTH POLICY FOR
IMPROVING THE CARE OF OLDER PEOPLE IN HOSPITAL
PD6 804 ›
REALISING THE POTENTIAL OF ICT: LESSONS FROM THE ACTION PROJECT
S. RACE*, N. DORAN, S. FRASER (MELBOURNE, Australia)
E. Hanson*, L. MAGNUSSON, P. SVENSSON, F. ARVEVIK, M. NOLAN (Borås, Sweden)
PD6 805 ›
TESTING AND ADOPTING FLOOR-SENSOR SOLUTIONS IN DAILY PRACTICE FOR
PATIENT SAFETY IN KUSTAANKARTANO NURSING HOME
R. Oksanen*, S. PALDANIUS, J. NYKANEN, M. LINNAVUO, K. RAIVIO, E. SEGERSTAM, R. SEPPONEN, L. POHJOLA, H. FINNE-SOVERI (Helsinki, Finland)
PD6 806 ›
HOME CARE USERS CLUSTERS OF ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING PERFORMANCE
PD6 807 ›
MODELS OF NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATION: EFFECTS AND IMPLICATIONS
PD6 808 ›
SUPPORTING PEOPLE WHO ARE AFFECTED BY BOTH DEMENTIA AND SIGHT
PROBLEMS: TOWARDS A MORE INTEGRATED SENSORY MODEL OF PRACTICE
C. Barbosa*, I. MARTIN (Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal)
R. Rupprecht*, F. LANG, S. ENGEL (Erlangen, Germany)
R. Bartlett* (Bradford, United Kingdom)
PD6 809 ›
CLIENT INVOLVEMENT IN IMPROVING INTEGRATED SERVICES: THE
NETHERLANDS DEMENTIA CARE PROGRAMME
PD6 810 ›
CARING INSTITUTIONS FOR THE ELDERLY. A SOCIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
PD6 811 ›
COMBINING WORK AND CARE: INTEGRATING CARE POLICIES WITH LABOR
MARKET POLICIES
H. Nies*, R. DENIS, J. SCHUMACHER, M. MINKMAN (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
N. ZACCAI-REYNERS* (Bruxelles, Belgium)
M. Lewinter* (Copenhagen, Denmark)
PD6 812 ›
INVOLVEMENT OF A COORDINATING GERIATRICIANS’ ASSOCIATION IN THE
DISSEMINATION OF A NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH PLAN
O. REYNAUD-LEVY*, L. TOSTI, L. LOPES DE LIMA, M. LEONARDELLI, S. DEMALLMANN,
H. CERESOLA, G. RUAULT, S. DOUTRELIGNE (MARSEILLE, France)
PD6 813 ›
INTEREST OF A GERIATRIC POST EMERGENCY WARD WITHIN AN INTERNAL
GERIATRIC MEDICINE WARD OF A TEACHING HOSPITAL
M. Picat*, G. ARBO, K. DAVALOS, T. DANTOINE (Limoges, France)
PD6 814 ›
CONCEPTION OF A NEW HEALTH CARE STRATEGY FOR THE ELDERLY IN HUNGARY
B. Boga*, O. REGIUS, G. CSILLIK (Budapest, Hungary)
PD6 815 ›
DESCRIPTION OF HOME CARE SERVICES OF THE CITY OF BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL
C. SEIXAS*, R. SENA, K. SILVA, N. HORTA, I. CALDEIRA (Paris, France)
PD6 816 ›
WHY THE ELDELY GO AT THE DOCTOR´S OFFICE?
R. Martínez*, M. MARTÍNEZ ESTEVES, F. MARTÍNEZ ARRONTE (MExico, Mexico)
236
Posters
PD6 817 ›
Monday 6
PUBLIC POLITICS IN AGEING AND CARE: IDENTIFICATION OF HEALTH AND
SOCIAL NECESSITIES AMONG LOW INCOME OLD ONES IN SAO PAULO-BRAZIL
Â. Machado de Lima*, J. LITVOC, N. CARNEIRO JUNIOR, E. FROLICH MERCADANTE
(Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PD6 818 ›
THE FRENCH NATIONAL PLAN « AGING WELL »
J. AQUINO*, A. JEAN-PIERRE, T. ANNE-MARIE, B. ZINNA, D. OLIVIER, K. ANNE, E. SONDÈS (Versailles, France)
Intergenerational aspects
PD6 819 ›
FILIAL RESPONSIBILITY NORMS AND SUPPORT PATTERNS AMONG
NORWEGIAN SONS AND DAUGHTERS
K. Herlofson*, B. SLAGSVOLD (Oslo, Norway)
PD6 820 ›
ON THE DYNAMICS OF INTERGENERATIONAL FAMILY RELATIONS IN LATER
LIFE: WHAT INDUCES TRANSFERS BETWEEN OLDER PARENTS AND THEIR
ADULT CHILDREN?
Monday
A. Motel-Klingebiel*, K. MAHNE (Berlin, Germany)
PD6 821 ›
A TRASH-BODY: THE OLD-BODY FROM THE CHILDREN’S PERSPECTIVE
A. Ramos* (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PD6 822 ›
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON SUPPORT WITH PARENTS AND PARENTS-INLAW FROM MARRIED WOMEN IN KOREA, JAPAN AND CHINA
PD6 823 ›
INTERGENERATIONAL SUPPORT AND SELF-RATED HEALTH FOR CHINESE
OLDER ADULTS IN ONE-CHILD FAMILY—THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN URBAN
AND RURAL AREAS
J. Kim* (Isesaki, Japan)
L. Xu*, I. CHI (Los Angeles, United States)
PD6 824 ›
FROM PATRILINEAL TO BILATERAL? INTER-GENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
IN KOREA
PD6 825 ›
THE ELDERS AND THEIR NEW ROLES: FROM DEPENDENT TO SUPPLIER AND
THE MAIN HEAD OF THE FAMILY
G. Han*, Y. LEE, S. KIM (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
C. Leonia *, S. COUTINHO AREOSA, L. CAPAVERDE BULLA (Santa Cruz, Brazil)
PD6 826 ›
THE ATTITUDES TOWARD SUPPORTING PARENTS IN TAIWAN: DO GENDER AND
MARRIAGE OF CHILDREN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE?
P. Lu* (Taipei, Taiwan)
PD6 827 ›
RESPONSES TO AN ARCHITECTURAL INNOVATION FOR AGING IN PLACE
Y. Lee*, C. AHN (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
Long-term care insurance
PD6 828 ›
TOWARDS CONVERGENCE IN LONG-TERM CARE ALLOCATION PRACTICES?
DETERMINANTS OF LTC USE IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
J. Geerts* (Antwerp, Belgium)
PD6 829 ›
THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP IN FACILITATING SUSTAINABLE CULTURE CHANGE
IN IRISH NURSING CARE SETTINGS
R. Bond*, B. LYNCH, A. COYLE, L. CARRAGHER, R. BOND (Dundlak, Ireland)
237
Monday 6
Posters
PD6 830 ›
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DISTURBING BEHAVIOUR IN THE ELDERLY AND THE
USE OF RESTRAINTS IN INSTITUTIONAL ELDERLY CARE
PD6 831 ›
AMOUNT OF FORMAL CAREGIVING IS ASSOCIATED WITH RISK FOR HOSPITAL
AND NURSING HOME ADMISSIONS
R. Saarnio*, A. ISOLA, U. MUSTONEN (Oulu, Finland)
L. Sands*, H. XU, M. WEINER, C. DOEBBELING, M. ROSENMANN, B. CRAIG, J. THOMAS (West Lafayette, Indiana, United States)
PD6 832 ›
WHO PREFERS « DIRECT PAYMENT »? CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TWO
GROUPS OF LTCI-BENEFICIARIES
Monday
V. Garms-Homolová* (Berlin, Germany)
PD6 833 ›
MANAGING THE AGED CARE MARKET: THE CASE OF LONG-TERM CARE FOR
ELDERLY IN JAPAN
Y. Kadoya* (Glebe, Australia)
PD6 834 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF PRACTICAL HOME HELP USERS IN DENMARK
Y. Yamada*, M. VASS, T. ISHIBASHI, K. AVLUND (Copenhagen, Denmark)
PD6 835 ›
ACTUAL DISCUSSION ON QUALITY OF CARE IN GERMAN NURSING HOMES
E. Schnabel* (Dortmund, Germany)
PD6 836 ›
PERSONAL CARE BUDGETS IN GERMANY AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH IN THE
GERMAN LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE
T. Klie* (Freiburg, Germany)
Retirement policies & problems
PD6 838 ›
AGE AND POOR FUNCTIONAL HEALTH AS LIMITATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT
AMONG SENIORS
P. Solem*, M. NICOLAISEN, H. FINSERAAS (Oslo, Norway)
PD6 839 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF AGE AT RETIREMENT ON SELF-PERCEIVED HEALTH
K. Rijs*, R. COZIJNSEN, D. DEEG (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
PD6 840 ›
THE BIODEX BALANCE PLATFORM IMPROVES THE BALANCE IN ELDERLY
N. Gusi*, N. GUSI, P. OLIVARES, J. ADSUAR, A. LEAL (Cáceres, Spain)
PD6 841 ›
A STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRE-ELDERLY PEOPLE’S
PERCEPTION OF VOLUNTEER AND THEIR VOLUNTARY PARTICIPATIONS
PD6 842 ›
DEMOTIVATION OF THE ELDERLY AFTER ENTRY IN NURSING HOME
M. Seo*, B. KIM, Y. LEE, Y. SHIN, M. CHO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
P. Jouanny*, B. SUEUR, A. PAUTRET (Rennes, France)
PD6 843 ›
OBESITY, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND LIFE SATISFACTION AMONG RESIDENTS IN
AN AGE-RESTRICTED OLDER ADULT PLANNED COMMUNITY
J. Freelove-Charton*, R. GITELSON, H. CHING-HUA, A. TAVAKOLI, V. WALDRON (Chico, USA)
PD6 844 ›
THE KEY TO A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND SUCCESSFUL LAST STAGE OF LIFE
A. Guy* (Canberra, Australia)
Social policy and social welfare
PD6 845 ›
INTEGRATED NETWORKS IN FRANCE: THE NECESSITY OF INTEGRATING THE
PUBLIC POLICY MAKING FRAMEWORK
H. Trouve*, D. SOMME, F. ETHERIDGE, Y. COUTURIER, H. LAHJIBI-PAULET, O. SAINT-JEAN (Paris, France)
238
Posters
Monday 6
PD6 846 ›
GENERAL PRACTICE IN RESIDENTIAL HOMES: SUBJECTIVE NEEDS OF
RESIDENTS
PD6 847 ›
CARE CREDITS IN THE BRITISH AND GERMAN PENSION SYSTEMS: HOW DO
THEY WORK AND ARE THEY ENOUGH?
L. Dorland*, Y. KUIN, T. KARDOL, P. VERSCHUREN (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
A. Vlachantoni* (Southampton, United Kingdom)
PD6 848 ›
AGE-FRIENDLY CITIES’ EPISTEMOLOGICAL ITINERARY: A CONTENT ANALYSIS
OF FIVE INTERNATIONAL POLICIES IN AGEING DEVELOPMENT
M. Paris*, M. BEAULIEU, S. GARON (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PD6 849 ›
S. Nunes*, P. MIGUEL ANGELO, S. LUIS, M. ROCHA (Brasilia, Brazil)
PD6 850 ›
COPING PROFILES AND PATTERNS OF THE ELDERLY LIVING ALONE IN JAPAN
Monday
ASSESSING THE REGULATIONS REGARDING THE ACCESSIBILITY OF THE
INTERSTATE LAND PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM (STRIP) TO
ELDERLY PEOPLE: THE BRAZILIAN CASE
S. Takei*, Y. SHIMIZU, M. SAITO, M. YAMAGUCHI (Tokyo, Japan)
PD6 851 ›
THE EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF ALZHEIMER DISEASE : HOW THE MEDICAL AND
SOCIAL ORGANISATION GIVES A HELP TO THE GP?
PD6 852 ›
WELFARE STATES AND QUALITY OF LATER LIFE - DISTRIBUTIONS AND
PREDICTIONS OF QOL IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
E. CANDAS*, D. LEMBEYE, S. GONIN, P. WINTREBERT (Nanterre, France)
A. Motel-Klingebiel*, L. ROMEU GORDO (Berlin, Germany)
PD6 853 ›
RESOURCES, EVALUATIONS AND SOCIAL CONTEXTS - DIVERSITY AND
INEQUALITY IN LATER LIFE IN A MULTI-LEVEL PERSPECTIVE
M. Andreas*, O. HUXHOLD (Berlin, Germany)
PD6 854 ›
FAMILY CARE IN SWEDEN: POLICY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
PD6 855 ›
LIVABLE COMMUNITIES FOR OLDER ADULTS: THE PERSPECTIVE OF OLDER
ADULTS FROM PUERTO RICO
L. Johansson* (Stockholm, Sweden)
N. Labault*, E. RUIZ CORA , M. OLIVER (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
PD6 856 ›
HETEROGENEITY OF DISABILITY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR PROJECTING
FUTURE CARE NEEDS OF OLDER CANADIANS 2006-2031
J. Légaré*, J. KEEFE, P. CHARBONNEAU, J. DECARIE (Halifax, Canada)
PD6 857 ›
THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE GERIATRIC CLINIC OF HOSPITAL SÃO PAULO - UEGHSP
M. Spinola Najas*, A. SATIRO DE SOUZA , A. ROMEIRO ALMEIDA PRADO, J. TONIOLO, S. MAYUMI KOMORITA (São Paulo, Brazil)
PD6 858 ›
HOUSING ASSETS AND THE FUNDING OF LONG-TERM CARE IN ENGLAND
J. Malley*, R. WITTENBERG, R. HANCOCK, D. KING, A. COMAS-HERRERA, L. PICKARD, M. MORCIANO (London, United Kingdom)
PD6 859 ›
GENDER DIVERSITY IN MICROENTERPRISES OF ELDERLY WORKERS
M. Oddone*, L. CHERNOBILSKY, N. MENDIZABAL (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
PD6 860 ›
OLDER PEOPLE’S PERSPECTIVES ON THE CAUSES OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION
L. Dahlberg*, T. BOWERS-BROWN (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
PD6 861 ›
TESTING THE CAPACITY FOR CULTURAL CHANGE IN IRISH PRIMARY CARE
F. Markey*, L. CARRAGHER, D. GETTY, R. BOND (Dundalk, Ireland)
239
Monday 6
PD6 862 ›
Posters
SOCIAL AND SUPPORT NETWORKS OF RURAL SENIORS IN CANADA
L. Weeks*, N. KEATING, R. STADNYK, J. SWINDLE (Charlottetown, Canada)
PD6 863 ›
DOUBLE JEOPARDY OF INCOME SUPPORT PROGRAMS FOR THE FEMALE
SENIORS: A FEMINIST EVALUATION OF JOB PROVISION PROGRAM FOR THE
AGED IN SOUTH KOREA
H. Boram *, A. BOO, S. KIM (Busan, Republic of Korea)
PD6 864 ›
EFFECT OF OPORTUNIDADES ON VACCINATION COVERAGE OF MEXICAN
RURAL ELDERLY LIVING IN POVERTY
Monday
A. Salinas-Rodríguez*, B. MANRIQUE-ESPINOZA , R. PÉREZ-NÚÑEZ , M. MOJARROÍÑIGUEZ, E. SERVÁN-MORI , M. TÉLLEZ-ROJO (Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico)
PD6 865 ›
FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ACCEPTANCE OF SERVICES PLANNING BY CARE
MANAGERS AMONG COMMUNITY DISABILITIES
L. CHEN*, S. WU, H. HSIUNG (Taipei, Taiwan)
PD6 866 ›
MATERIAL SECURITY AND INTERACTING SOCIAL BEING: THE CASE OF ‘HARD
TO REACH’ ELDERS IN HONG KONG
V. LOU*, C. WONG (Hong kong, CHINA)
PD6 867 ›
EDUCATION, WORK HISTORY, AND DYNAMICS OF POVERTY: A LONGITUDINAL
ANALYSIS OF OLDER ADULTS IN JAPAN
PD6 868 ›
HEALTH AS A DETERMINANT OF PENSIONERS’ WEALTH IN RUSSIA
K. Harada*, H. SUGISAWA, Y. SUGIHARA, H. SHIBATA (Hino, Tokyo, Japan)
J. Lezhnina* (Moscow, Russian Federation)
PD6 869 ›
PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE OF PRE-ELDERLY WOMEN IN KOREA
M. Kim*, H. SUH, M. SEO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PD6 870 ›
FUNCTIONS OF THE INSTITUTIONS FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE IN POSTWAR JAPAN
M. NAKATA* (Sapporo, Japan)
PD6 871 ›
METHOD OF EMPATHY BASED STORIES IN GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING RESEARCH
PD6 872 ›
GERIATRIC AND PSYCHOGERIATRIC CARE PROGRAMME: SHARING
EXPERIENCE
M. Vuoti*, A. ISOLA, P. KINNUNEN (Kempele, Finland)
M. LUSSIER*, R. BEGUE, J. PORCHERON, C. PRADERE, S. VALERO, I. MERLETCHICOINE, I. MIGEON-DUBALLET, C. CORNILLON, M. PRINER, J. POUPET, M. PACCALIN (Poitiers, France)
PD6 873 ›
FEAR OF CRIME AMONG THE ELDERLY: THE INFLUENCE OF VULNERABILITY
BEYOND PHYSICAL HEALTH
PD6 874 ›
DELAYED HOSPITAL DISCHARGE: POLICY SOLUTIONS, IMPLEMENTATION
STRATEGIES AND PRACTICE; AND IMPACT ON OLDER PEOPLE’S
TRAJECTORIES THROUGH ACUTE CARE
L. De Donder*, D. VERTÉ, N. DE WITTE, T. BUFFEL, S. DURY (Brussels, Belgium)
M. Godfrey* (Leeds, United Kingdom)
PD6 875 ›
GENERATIONAL HABITUS AND MEASURING THE MATERIAL DEPRIVATION OF
OLDER PEOPLE
PD6 876 ›
MOTIVES TO REALLOCATE IN OLD AGE. FINDINGS FROM THE BELGIAN AGEING
STUDY
D. Price* (London, United Kingdom)
N. De Witte*, D. VERTÉ, L. DE DONDER, T. BUFFEL, S. DURY (Ghent, Belgium)
240
Posters
PD6 877 ›
Monday 6
50+ FOR 50+, EXCELLENT SENIOR CARE
K. Knipscheer*, M. ZIEKEMEYER (Mook, The Netherlands)
PD6 878 ›
ELDER ABUSE AND INDEPENDENT ADVOCACY - DEVELOPING RESEARCH,
POLICY AND PRACTICE IN ENGLAND
PD6 879 ›
THE EFFECTS OF HUMAN CAPITAL AND SOCIAL CAPITAL ON THE PERCEPTION
OF THE IMAGE OF ELDERLY PEOPLE
A. Dunning* (Swansea, United Kingdom)
J. Seomun*, J. LEE (Young-In, Kyunggi-Do, Republic of Korea)
AGEING AND POLICY RESPONSES : CHANGES AND CHALLENGES CREATING A
GERO-INFORMATICS IN SOUTH KOREA
PD6 881 ›
A RESEARCH AGENDA TO SUPPORT POLICY DEVELOPMENT ON ICT-BASED
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR OLDER ADULTS
E. Kim*, W. JUNG (Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea)
J. Damant*, P. FREDDOLINO , M. KNAPP, M. ELLIS, E. MITLETON-KELLY (East Lansing, United States)
PD6 882 ›
Monday
PD6 880 ›
ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROBLEMS OF AGEING POLICIES IN RUSSIA
G. Minnigaleeva* (Tuymazy, Russian Federation)
PD6 883 ›
VARIATION IN THE PREVALENCE OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDER AND TREATMENT
RATES AMONG OLDER PEOPLE LIVING IN ENGLAND
PD6 884 ›
A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCING FACTORS ON WORK OF THE KOREAN ELDERLY
PD6 885 ›
POVERTY AND WELL-BEING OF OLDER PEOPLE IN TAJIKISTAN
K. Sadler*, S. MCMANUS (London, United Kingdom)
K. Mee Hye*, M. CHO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
M. Evandrou*, J. FALKINGHAM, G. GRANT, A. BASCHIERI (Southampton, UK)
PD6 886 ›
NON-INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES OF THE CIVIL SECTOR TO THE OLDER PEOPLE
IN SERBIA AND PARTNERSHIP WITH THE PUBLIC SECTOR
M. Vracevic*, N. TODOROVIC, A. KALASIC (Belgrade, Serbia)
PD6 887 ›
ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE AND SOCIAL POLICIES: SOME OVERVIEW OF THE
EUROPEAN AND USA FRAMWORK
PD6 888 ›
EXPLORING DETERMINANTS OF CULTURAL PARTICIPATION: FINDINGS FROM
THE BELGIAN AGING STUDY
M.L. GOMEZ JIMENEZ* (MALAGA, Spain)
S. Dury*, D. VERTÉ, N. DE WITTE, L. DE DONDER, T. BUFFEL (Brussels, Belgium)
PD6 889 ›
AN EXPLORATORY STUDY ON THE DETERMINANTS OF LIFE SATISFACTION
AMONG THE ELDERLY IN KOREA
H. Lee* (Yongin Gyeonggi, Republic of Korea)
PD6 890 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE IN AGED PEOPLE THAT PARTICIPATES ON THE LONGEVITY
PROGRAM OF THE CITY HALL OF RIO DE JANEIRO – BRAZIL
C. LOZANA*, H. FURTADO, R. FARJALLA, E. SANTOS, M. MOSCA (RIO DE JANEIRO,
Brazil)
PD6 891 ›
HEALTH INEQUALITIES AMONG VERY-OLD BRAZILIANS WHO UTILIZES THE
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HEALTH SYSTEMS
I. Rosset*, M. RORIZ-CRUZ, S. FABRÍCIO-WEHBE, F. SCHIAVETO, T. VENDRÚSCOLO,
T. DELLA MOTTA, B. HENRIQUE, R. RODRIGUES (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
241
Monday 6
Posters
PD6 892 ›
FEATURES OF AN AGE-FRIENDLY COMMUNITY: INSIGHTS FROM A PHOTOVOICE
STRATEGY WITH OLDER ADULTS
PD6 893 ›
PROJECT DANCE AND LIFE: HELPING AGED PEOPLE TO HAVE MORE
AUTONOMY AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE CITY OF RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
S. Novek*, S. NOVEK, T. MORRIS-OSWALD, V. MENEC (Winnipeg, Canada)
H. Furtado*, C. LOZANA, E. SANTOS, R. FARJALA (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PD6 894 ›
GERONTOLOGY AS A MORAL SCIENCE? THE CASE OF THE BELGIAN AGING STUDY
Monday
D. Verté*, T. BUFFEL, N. DE WITTE , L. DE DONDER , S. DURY (Brussels, Belgium)
PD6 895 ›
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH VOLUNTEERISM AMONG COMMUNITY DWELLING
OLDER ADULTS IN URBAN CHINA
PD6 896 ›
A CROSS-NATIONAL COMPARISON OF FONT-LINE CARE WORKERS IN CARE
HOMES IN CANADA, SCOTLAND AND THE US
I. Chi*, H. LI, L. XU (Los Angeles, United States)
R. Johnson* (Stirling, United Kingdom)
PD6 897 ›
THE RISE OF HIV/AIDS AMONG THE ELDERLY: EVALUATING RISKS AND
INTERNATIONAL POLICY RESPONSES
J. McNally*, V. PHUA (Ann Arbor, United States)
PD6 898 ›
BRIDGING THE DIVIDE: A NEW ROLE FOR SENIOR CENTERS TO ADDRESS
NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH AND LONGEVITY DISPARITIES
PD6 899 ›
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE ON THE FRENCH POLITICAL AGENDA
M. Fahs* (New York, United States of America)
L. NGATCHA-RIBERT* (Paris, France)
242
Posters
Tuesday 7
Track A - Biological Sciences
PA7 001 › THE VARIABILITY OF THE UCP1 GENE AFFECTS SURVIVAL IN OLD FEMALES
Longevity
G. Passarino*, P. CROCCO, P. D’AQUILA, F. DI CIANNI, F. TALLARO, D. BELLIZZI, G. ROSE (Rende, Italy)
PA7 002 › APOe GENOTYPE IN NONAGENARIAN FROM THE BASQUE COUNTRY
F. Gomez Busto*, X. ELCOROARISTIZABAL , D. GAMARRA, C. SERGIO, M. MARTINEZ
DE PANCORBO, I. ARTAZA, M. FERNANDEZ , L. GALDOS (Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain)
PA7 003 › ANALYSIS OF FV-LEIDEN AND FACTOR II G20210A SNP FREQUENCIES IN A
GROUP OF SICILIAN NONAGENARIANS
D. Lio*, G. FORTE, L. SCOLA, L. VACCARINO , M. SANACORE , M. PALMERI, S. LA PIANA, M. PIPITONE, S. GRIMAUDO, C. CARUSO (Palermo, Italy)
PA7 004 › CALORIE RESTRICTION MODIFIES THE EXPRESSION OF COENZYME Q
BIOSYNTHESIS GENES IN MICE
C. PARRADO-FERNANDEZ*, G. LOPEZ-LLUCH, R. LUQUE, I. BURÓN, R. DE CABO, P. NAVAS, J. VILLALBA (CORDOBA, Spain)
PA7 005 › EFFECT OF ORAL CARE TO PREVENTION OF PNEUMONIA TO THE PATIENTS IN
SANATORIUM - IS THERE RELATIVITY OF ORAL CARE TO THE CAUSE OF DEATH?
PA7 006 › FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF THE SEMI-SUPERCENTENARIANS
Y. Gondo*, Y. GONDO, N. HIROSE (Suita Osaka , Japan)
PA7 007 › Tuesday
S. Takaki*, M. TONOGI, R. YAZAKI, A. EDAHIRO, H. MORISHITA, K. TADA, T. USHIODA,
Y. YAKEYASU, Y. WATANABE, Y. OZAWA, G. YAMANE (Ichikawa, Japan)
MITOCHONDRIAL DNA CONTROL REGION: BASE COMPOSITION AND
CORRELATION WITH MAXIMUM LIFE SPAN IN MAMMALS
G. Lehmann*, L. SEGAL, R. TACUTU, V. FRAIFELD, K. MURADIAN (Beer-Sheva, Israel)
PA7 008 › ENDING AGING - SHOULD WE AIM FOR IT?
P. Derkx* (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
Mechanisms of ageing
PA7 009 › THYROID HYPOFUNCTION AS A LONGEVITY ASSURANCE MECHANISM IN OLD AGE
M. Rozing*, R. WESTENDORP, E. SLAGBOOM, M. FRÖLICH, C. WIJSMAN, S. MOOIJAART, A. DE CRAEN, D. VAN HEEMST (Leiden, The Netherlands)
PA7 010 › EFFECTS OF ELASTIN PEPTIDES ON CERAMIDE-INDUCED APOPTOSIS
L. DEBELLE*, B. CANTARELLI, L. DUCA, C. BLANCHEVOYE, F. DELACOUX, L. MARTINY, L. DEBELLE (Reims, France)
PA7 011 › THE INDUCTION OF AGE-RELATED CHANGES IN YOUNG IMMUNE SYSTEM:
STUDY ON THE HETEROCHRONIC PARABIOSIS
I. Pishel*, D. SHYTIKOV, T. ORLOVA, A. RODNICHENKO, Y. LEONOV, T. DUBILEY, M. YUZYK, M. KUCHMA, G. BUTENKO (Kiev, Ukraine)
PA7 012 › IMPAIRED AGE-RELATED RESPONSE TO HYPERTHERMIA IN A NON-HUMAN PRIMATE
J. TERRIEN*, F. AUJARD (BRUNOY, France)
PA7 013 › AGE-RELATED DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES IN BRAIN ACTIVATION
DURING INHIBITION AND SWITCHING
M. Laguë-Beauvais*, J. BRUNET, L. GAGNON, M. DEHAES, F. LESAGE, L. BHERER
(Montreal, Canada)
243
Tuesday 7
PA7 014 › Posters
CHARACTERIZING A MOUSE MODEL OF IGF-1 IN AGING
R. McCarter*, M. MATZKO, J. STOUT, S. MOTCH, C. SELL (University Park, USA)
PA7 015 › MICRORNA EXPRESSION PROFILE IN CELLULAR SENESCENCE
R. FARAONIO*, T. NAPPI, P. SALERNO, C. SEDIA, G. SALVATORE, M. SANTORO, F. CIMINO (Naples, Italy)
PA7 016 › NONEQUIVALENT CHANGES IN THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND SERUM HORMONE
LEVELS IN YOUNG HETEROCHRONIC PARTNERS
D. Shytikov*, T. ORLOVA, S. MYGOVAN, T. DUBILEY, M. YUZYK, M. KUCHMA, I. PISHEL, G. BUTENKO (Kiev, Ukraine)
PA7 017 › GHRELIN AS THE METABOLIC SIGNAL OF CALORIC RESTRICTION IN AGING
M. Matzko*, J. STOUT, B. BARNES, E. SZELENYI, S. MOTCH, W. HYMER, R. MCCARTER (University Park, United States of America)
PA7 018 › ABSENCE OF MUTATIONS IN LAMIN A/C GENE IN FOUR WIEDEMANNRAUTENSTRAUCH SYNDROME PATIENTS
H. Arboleda*, L. MORALES, G. ARBOLEDA, N. RAMÍREZ, D. FORERO, J. YUNIS
(Bogotá, Colombia)
PA7 019 › WHOLE BODY PROTEIN AND GLUCOSE KINETIC RESPONSES TO THE FEDSTATE CLAMP IN OLDER ADULTS
Tuesday
E. Goulet*, S. CHEVALIER, L. WYKES, R. GOUGEON, J. MORAIS (Montréal, Canada)
PA7 020 › MODELLING INSULIN AND INSULIN-LIKE SIGNALLING (IIS) AND ITS
TRANSCRIPTIONAL RESPONSE
PA7 021 › VASCULAR OXIDATIVE STRESS AND INFLAMMATION ARE INCREASED WITH
AGE AND AMELIORATED BY LIPOIC ACID SUPPLEMENTATION
D. Shanley*, G. SMITH, T. KIRKWOOD (Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom)
T. Hagen*, A. SMITH, B. FREI (Corvallis, United States of America)
PA7 022 › THE RHYTHM OF AGING: WHY OUR IMMUNE SYSTEMS DO NOT AGE AT THE
SAME RATE (AND US WITH THEM)?
J Witkowski*, E. BRYL, A. JÓzWIK, M. SOROCZYnSKA-CYBULA, A. DACA, K. LISOWSKA (Gdansk, Poland)
PA7 023 › CARDIAC CONTRACTION DETERIORATES WITH AGE IN VENTRICULAR
MYOCYTES FROM MALE BUT NOT FEMALE RATS
S. Howlett* (Halifax, Canada)
PA7 024 › ACTIVATION OF AMP-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE STIMULATES NUCLEAR
TRANSLOCATION OF GAPDH IN HUMAN DIPLOID FIBROBLASTS
E. Yeo*, H. KWON, J. RHIM, S. PARK (Incheon, Republic of Korea)
PA7 025 › THE NITRIC OXIDE-PRODUCING ACTIVITY OF MACROPHAGES FROM
SENESCENCE ACCELERATED MOUSE (SAM)
T. Hosokawa*, C. KOSHIDE (Kyoto, Japan)
PA7 026 › THE PHAGOCYTIC ACTIVITY OF MACROPHAGES FROM SENESCENCE
ACCELERATED MOUSE (SAM)
K. Nishioka*, T. HOSOKAWA (Kyoto, Japan)
PA7 027 › STUDIES ON THE ROLE OF NQO1 IN REPLICATIVE SENESCENCE OF MOUSE
EMBRYONIC FIBROBLASTS
L. JÓDAR MONTILLA*, L. JÓDAR MONTILLA, F. ALCAÍN TEJADA, I. BURÓN, R. DE CABO, J. VILLALBA MONTORO (CORDOBA, Spain)
244
Posters
Tuesday 7
PA7 028 › EFFECT OF MITOCHONDRIA TARGETED ANTIOXIDANTS ON AGEING OF
PODOSPORA ANSERINA: ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY
PA7 029 › EFFECTS OF METABOLISM ON LIFESPAN IN LABORATORY MICE
PA7 030 › EXPRESSION OF MTOR IN SENESCENT MESANGIAL CELLS AND AGING
KIDNEYS IN RATS
S. Ojovan*, O. KAMZOLKINA, O. SHTAER, M. VYSSOKIKH (Moscow, Russian Federation)
L Duarte*, L. DUARTE, J. SPEAKMAN (Aberdeen, United Kingdom)
G. Cai*, L. ZUO, X. CHEN, B. FU, W. LIU, Q. HONG (Beijing, China)
PA7 031 › REPLICATIVE SENESCENCE IN NQO1-NULL MOUSE EMBRYONIC FIBROBLASTS
J. Villalba*, L. JÓDAR-MONTILLA, C. PARRADO-FERNÁNDEZ, F. ALCAÍN, M. BURÓN, R. DE CABO (Córdoba, Spain)
PA7 032 › AGE RELATED CHANGES OF SOLUBLE ENDOGLIN
B. Jurasková*, C. ANDRYS, J. KREJSEK, D. HRNcIARIKOVÁ, E. MALÁ, D.
SOLICHOVÁ, H. VAnKOVÁ, I. HOLMEROVÁ (Hradec Králové, Czech Republic)
PA7 033 › IRON METABOLISM IN THE RETINA: ROLE IN NORMAL AGING AND IN AGE
MACULAR DEGENERATION (AMD)
E. Picard*, J. JEANNY, L. JONET, C. BEAUMONT, F. BEHAR-COHEN, I. RANCHO
COLE, Y. COURTOIS (Paris, France)
A TRADE-OFF BETWEEN THE RATES OF AGING AND INITIAL MORTALITY: WHAT
ROLES DO CONTROL SYSTEMS AND THE ENVIRONMENT PLAY?
PA7 035 › TELOMERE SHORTENING IS ASSOCIATED WITH ENVIRONMENTAL INSULTS
AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERS
A. Khalyavkin*, A. YASHIN (Moscow, Russian Federation)
Tuesday
PA7 034 › Y. Yen* (Kaohsiung County, Taiwan)
PA7 036 › GLOBAL DNA METHYLATION ALTERATIONS IN THE AGING NERVOUS SYSTEM
A. Fahlström*, B. ULFHAKE (Stockholm, Sweden)
PA7 037 › THE NETWORK ROBUSTNESS-FRAGILITY HYPOTHESIS OF AGING, LONGEVITY,
AND AGE-RELATED DISEASES
PA7 038 › BENEFITS OF GLUTAMINE SUPPLEMENTATION IN MUSCLE GLUTAMINE
SYNTHESIS IN VERY OLD FEMALE RATS ARE NOT MAINTAINED POST-TREATMENT
V. Fraifeld *, R. TACUTU , A. BUDOVSKY, M. WOLFSON (Beer-Sheva, Israel)
D. MEYNIAL-DENIS*, A. BEAUFRERE, P. PATUREAU MIRAND (Clermont-Ferrand,
France)
PA7 039 › THE PREPONDERANCE OF NEGATIVE SIGNALING EXPLAINS THE ALTERED
CLONAL EXPANSION OF T CELLS WITH AGING
C. Fortin*, J. LAMOUREUX (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PA7 040 › THE LEVEL OF PCP4, THE NEUROPROTECTOR CAMSTATIN, IS SENSITIVE TO
AGING AND REVERSED BY CALORIE RESTRICTION IN BRAIN
N. Creau*, S. THOMAS, R. RATTENBACH, D. ELARIBI (Paris, France)
PA7 041 › EFFECTS OF A PROLONGED LEUCINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON ADIPOSE TISSUE
IN ELDERLY RATS
O. Molato*, G. ZEANANDIN, I. MOTHE-SATNEY, N. GAUTIER, M. BALAGE, D. DARDEVET, X. HÉBUTERNE, E. VAN OBBERGHEN, S. SCHNEIDER (Nice, France)
PA7 042 › MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF ABETA AMYLOID AGGREGATION IN THE MODEL
ORGANISM PODOSPORA ANSERINA
M. Maddelein*, V. RAMILLION, M. CHIMEN (Toulouse, France)
245
Tuesday 7
Posters
New technologies (biomarkers, imaging, stem cells…)
PA7 043 › DYNAMICS OF MITOCHONDRIAL PROTEINS IN YOUNG AND SENESCENT CELLS
D. Dikov*, V. SUKHORUKOV, S. MAI, M. JENDRACH, J. BEREITER-HAHN
(Frankfurt, Germany)
PA7 044 › MRI TO CHARACTERIZE ALZHEIMER DISEASE PROGRESSION OVER SEVERAL
YEARS: COMBINING RESEARCH AND CLINICAL SCANS
S. Nestor*, J. TRUEMNER, R. BARTHA, M. SMITH, M. BORRIE (London, Canada)
PA7 045 › DIFFERENCE IN FMRI ACTIVATION LEVELS IN ELDERLY SUBJECTS WITH
HIGHER AND LOWER OLFACTORY PERFORMANCE
B. Cerf-Ducastel*, L. MORIN-AUDEBRAND, L. HAASE, J. ROYET, C. MURPHY (San Diego, United States)
PA7 046 › ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ADIPONECTIN GENE VARIANTS IN SUBJECTS OF
METABOLIC SYNDROME IN ELDERLY TAIWANESE - A HOSPITAL-BASED STUDY
C. Lin*, C. LIU, . LIN (Taichung, Taiwan)
PA7 047 › VITAMIN C DEPLETION INCREASES SUPEROXIDE GENERATION IN BRAINS OF
SMP30/GNL KNOCKOUT MICE
PA7 048 › COMPLEXITY ANALYSIS OF HUMAN POSTURAL SWAY IN ELDERLY
Tuesday
Y. Kondo*, T. SASAKI, S. HANDA, N. MARUYAMA, A. ISHIGAMI (Tokyo, Japan)
B. Seigle*, S. RAMDANI, P. BERNARD (Montpellier, France)
PA7 049 › NEUROFUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF VERBAL FLUENCY AS A
FUNCTION OF AGING AND PRODUCTION TIME
Y. Marsolais*, V. PERLBARG, O. MONCHI, H. BENALI, Y. JOANETTE (Montréal, Canada)
PA7 050 › AGE-RELATED INCREASE OF SUPEROXIDE GENERATION IN THE BRAINS OF
MAMMALS AND BIRDS
PA7 051 › CONTROL OF VANCOMYCIN-RESISTANT ENTEROCOCCI OUTBREAKS IN A 900BED GERIATRIC HOSPITAL IN PARIS AREA: A FIVE YEAR EXPERIENCE
T. Sasaki*, K. UNNO, S. TAHARA, A. SHIMADA, T. KANEKO (Tokyo, Japan)
L. Drieux*, F. BROSSIER, P. CHAIBI, A. AUBRY, S. LEFRANÇOIS, J. PAUTE, E. DOYEN-BRUNET, C. KHAVAS, A. GOUOT, C. FORASSASSI, V. JARLIER (Ivry sur seine, France)
PA7 052 › IMPACT OF AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMME ON FLUOROQUINOLONES (FQS)
CONSUMPTION AND RESISTANCE TO FQS IN A 900-BED GERIATRIC HOSPITAL
L. Drieux*, C. BAILLON, I. PEYRON, S. GALLAH, V. JARLIER, A. AUBRY (Ivry sur seine, France)
Ways of affecting the ageing process
PA7 053 › TELMISARTAN, AN ANGIOTENSIN II TYPE 1 RECEPTOR BLOCKER, PROTECTS
FROM RENAL INJURY PARTIALLY THROUGH INHIBITION OF NOTCH PATHWAY
IN AKITA (INS2(AKITA)) DIABETIC MOUSE
PA7 054 › VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION WITH CALCIFEDIOL IN POSTMENOPAUSAL
OSTEOPENIC WOMEN
K. Masaya*, M. TAKEMOTO, S. SATO, Y. SAITO, K. YOKOTE (Chiba, Japan)
Y. Chung*, E. KIM, M. LEE, T. KIM, Y. LEE (Suwon, Republic of Korea)
PA7 055 › TELOMERASE ACTIVATORS AS POTENTIAL ANTI-SENESCENCE AGENTS
I. TARKANYI*, J. ARADI, J. MOZES, G. BAKO (Debrecen, Hungary)
246
Posters
PA7 056 › Tuesday 7
TELMISARTAN, A SELECTIVE PPARΓ MODULATOR, SHOWS ANTIAGING EFFECT THROUGH THE REGULATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION IN
SKELETAL MUSCLE
K. Sugimoto*, T. FUJISAWA, K. KAMIDE, M. OHISHI, T. KURTZ, H. RAKUGI (Suita,
Osaka, Japan)
PA7 057 › DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY OF REJUVENATION
O. Kvitko* (Minsk, Belarus)
PA7 058 › A POTENTIAL ROLE FOR FOXO1 IN THE EFFECT OF CALORIE RESTRICTION
S. Isao*, H. YAMAZA, T. KOMATSU, T. CHIBA, H. HAYASHI, T. FURUYAMA, N. HONDA,
I. SHIMOKAWA (Nagasaki, Japan)
PA7 059 › INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT AND NICOTINE
ADMINISTRATION ON EXPLORATORY BEHAVIOR IN MICE
PA7 060 › NEW STRATEGIES TO TREAT CELL AGING CONSEQUENCES BY ANTI–
INFLAMMATORY MOLECULE AISA 5203-L
R. Redolat*, P. MESA, A. PÉREZ-MARTÍNEZ (Valencia, Spain)
P. D’Alessio*, M. MIRSHAHI, A. BENNACEUR (Paris, France)
PA7 061 ›
EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON THE NUMBER AND SIZES OF CARDIAC NEURONS IN
WISTAR RATS DURING THE AGEING PROCESS
Track B - Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
PB7 062 ›
AN AUSTRALIAN AGENDA FOR DEMENTIA RESEARCH RELATING TO ETHNIC
MINORITY GROUPS
Tuesday
R Rodrigues de Souza*, E. FLORENCIO GAMA, A. COPPI MACIEL RIBEIRO (São Paulo, Brazil)
Alzheimer’s / Dementia / Cognitive decline / MCI
L. Low*, B. DRAPER, A. CHENG, B. CRUYSMANS, N. HAYWARD-WRIGHT, Y. JEON, D. LOGIUDICE, H. WU, G. ZOGALIS, H. BRODATY (Coogee, Australia)
PB7 063 ›
PREVALENCE OF COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT ADJUSTED BY AGE AND
EDUCATIONAL LEVEL: SEX AND PATHOLOGY EFFECTS
J. Millán-Calenti*, J. TUBÍO, I. GONZÁLEZ-ABRALDES, T. LORENZO, R. LÓPEZ, A. MASEDA (A Coruña, Spain)
PB7 064 ›
CARDIO ANKLE VASCULAR INDEX AS A PREDICTOR OF COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT IN THE DWELLING ELDERLY PEOPLE: FIVE YEAR FOLLOW UP
N. Yamamoto*, T. YAMANAKA, N. HOTTA , E. TAKASUGI, M. ISHIKAWA , G. YAMANAKA, S. MURAKAMI, M. ISHINE , K. MATSUBAYASHI, K. OTSUKA (Arakawa, Tokyo , Japan)
PB7 065 ›
IS PRESBYACUSIS A RISK FACTOR FOR DEMENTIA? ACOUDEM STUDY
PB7 066 ›
IADL DISABILITY IN DIFFERENT STAGES OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND
FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA
L. Vergnon *, D. POUCHAIN, J. HAMDAOUI, C. DUPUY (Vincennes, France)
R. Samper-Ternent*, C. CANO, D. MATALLANA, P. REYES, C. ESCUDERO DE
SANTACRUZ, K. OTTENBACHER (Galveston, United States of America)
PB7 067 ›
EFFECTS OF COMMUNITY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ON SELF-PERCEIVED
PERFORMANCE AND SATISFACTION IN DEMENTIA PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS
M. Graff*, M. VERNOOIJ-DASSEN, M. THIJSSEN, J. DEKKER, W. HOEFNAGELS, M. OLDERIKKERT (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
247
Tuesday 7
Posters
PB7 068 ›
THE RELATION BETWEEN MEMORY COMPLAINTS AND AGE IN NORMAL AGING
PB7 069 ›
THE PRACTICE OF GATEBALL AND MAHJONG AMONG JAPANESE OLDER
ADULTS AND DESCENDENTS: CONTRIBUTIONS OF LIFESTYLE TO COGNITION
T. Lima-Silva,*, M. YASSUDA (São Paulo, Brazil)
M. Sanches Yassuda*, M. MASAKO KANASHIRO, M. YASSUDA (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB7 070 ›
REST-ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH FRONTOTEMPORAL LOBAR DEGENERATION
(FTLD)
G. Dowling*, M. JENNIFER, H. ERIN, K. ROBIN, M. JUDY, M. BRUCE (San Francisco, United States)
PB7 071 ›
DELIRIUM IN A POPULATION OVER 90-YEAR OLD RECOVERED IN RSA
A. SANTANGELO*, M. TESTAI’, M. ATTERITANO, D. TAVERNA, V. FIORE, G. MAMAZZA,
C. ZUCCARO, D. MAUGERI (CATANIA, Italy)
PB7 072 ›
WHAT DRIVES QUALITY OF LIFE IN DEMENTIA ACCORDING TO SELF-REPORT – ARE WE BETTING ON THE RIGHT HORSE?
P. Bosboom*, O. ALMEIDA (Crawley, Australia)
PB7 073 ›
IMPACT OF AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FOR CAREGIVERS OF DEMENTED
PATIENTS
Tuesday
Z. Barrou*, A. LEMAIRE, M. BOURIFFET, B. DIEUDONNE, M. BRIHIER, M. GODARD, J. BODDAERT, M. VERNY (Paris , France)
PB7 074 ›
EVIDENCE AGAINST AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ALCOHOL INTAKE AND
COGNITION IN THE ELDERLY. THE ZARADEMP PROJECT
E. LOBO*, C. DUFOUIL, B. QUETGLAS, G. MARCOS, P. SAZ, A. LOBO (ZARAGOZA, Spain)
PB7 075 ›
INFLUENCE OF ANTI-DEMENTIA DRUGS ON PURCHASES OF PSYCHOTROPICS
IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
PB7 076 ›
THE BERLIN STUDY ON STRUCTURES AND OUTCOMES OF SMALL-SCALE
LIVING ARRANGEMENTS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
M. Laitinen*, S. HARTIKAINEN (Kuopio, Finland)
K. Wolf-Ostermann*, T. FISCHER, I. WULFF (Berlin, Germany)
PB7 077 ›
PERCEPTIONS OF THE ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN THE FRENCH POPULATION – A COMPARISON OF TWO STUDIES
S. Pin Le Corre*, P. ARWIDSON, P. GUILBERT (St-Denis, France)
PB7 078 ›
THE IMPACT OF CIRCADIAN RHYTHM AND ACETYLCHOLINE LEVELS ON SLEEP
AND MEMORY WHEN CONSIDERING CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS IN THE
TREATMENT OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
A. NIEOULLON*, D. BENTUE-FERRER, R. BORDET, M. TSOLAKI, H. FÖRSTL
(Marseille, France)
PB7 079 ›
IMPACT OF BEHAVIOURAL AND FUNCTIONAL SYMPTOMS OF ALZHEIMER’S
DISEASE: A CARER’S PERSPECTIVE
PB7 080 ›
SPARED AND IMPAIRED ABILITIES AT TRANSITION TO SEVERE ALZHEIMER’S
DISEASE
J. Georges* (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
A. Gillioz*, H. VILLARS, S. GILLETTE-GUYONNET, S. ANDRIEU, F. NOURHASHEMI, P. JOUANNY, B. VELLAS, G. REAL (Rennes, France)
PB7 081 ›
EVALUATING THE SEVERE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN A SPECIALIZED CLINIC
A. Gratão*, F. DE ASSIS CARVALHO DO VALE, L. DA SILVA TALMELLI , T. RAMOS
PEREIRA VENDRUSCOLO, R. PARTEZANI RODRIGUES, L. CORREA FIGUEIREDO
(Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
248
Posters
Tuesday 7
PB7 082 ›
RESILIENCE CONDITIONERS AMONG CAREGIVERS OF AGED PEOPLE WITH
ALZHEIMER
PB7 083 ›
EFFICACY OF PPAR-GAMMA AGONIST PIOGLITAZONE IN ALZHEIMER
PB7 084 ›
THE ATROPHY OF PARAHIPPOCAMPAL GYRUS AND LIPID METABOLISM. A
VSRAD ANALYSIS OF SENILE DEMENTIA
A. Furegato*, C. GAIOLI, J. SANTOS, F. VALE (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
T. Sato*, H. HANYU, K. HIRAO, H. KANETAKA, H. SAKURAI, T. IWAMOTO (Tokyo, Japan)
H. Murai*, T. NAKAHASHI, M. ATSUMI, I. TOYOTA, H. YANO, K. NOMURA, H. TSUCHIYA, K. IWAI, S. MORIMOTO (Kahoku-Gun, Ishikawa, Japan)
PB7 085 ›
ACTION RESEARCH ON PERSON-CENTERED CARE USING DEMENTIA CARE
MAPPING FOR ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA: QUALITATIVE
ANALYSIS FOR FEEDBACK DISCUSSIONS
M. Suzuki*, Y. MIZUNO, C. GREINER , A. FUKAHORI, T. ISOWA, R. SAKAMOTO, C. SUMIGAKI, M. KANAMORI, D. BROOKER (Hamamatsu, Japan)
PB7 086 ›
EPISODIC MEMORY AS PREDICTOR OF CONVERSION TO ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
E. Dierckx*, S. ENGELBORGHS, R. DE RAEDT, M. VAN BUGGENHOUT, P. DE DEYN, D. VERTÉ, I. PONJAERT-KRISTOFFERSEN (Brussels, Belgium)
PB7 087 ›
C. Jeandel*, J. ERKES, R. DURANT, C. GENY (Montpellier, France)
PB7 088 ›
TECHNOLOGY CAN DEFINITELY SUPPORT THE WELL-BEING OF PEOPLE WHO
LIVE AT HOME WITH (MILD) DEMENTIA
Tuesday
VISUOSPATIAL DISORDERS IN SEVERE DEMENTIA AND DIAGNOSIS OF
POSTERIOR CORTICAL ATROPHY: A CLINICAL CASE
C. Huijnen*, E. DE WIT, A. VAN BERLO (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
PB7 089 ›
THE EFFECT OF COMPUTERIZED COGNITIVE TRAINING ON COGNITIVE
FUNCTION IN OLDER PATIENTS WITH MILD DEMENTIA
T. Dwolatzky*, Y. ZILBERSHLAG, Y. GRINSHPUN, M. FRIGER, A. CLARFIELD
(Beersheva, Israel)
PB7 090 ›
HYPERHOMOCYSTEINEMIA, METHYLENETETRAHYDROFOLATE REDUCTASE
GENOTYPE AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
C. Fossati*, G. DE BENEDETTO, V. MARIGLIANO, V. MANTINI, M. CICERCHIA, M. SERRA, A. SERVELLO, A. PETRILLO (Roma, Italy)
PB7 091 ›
ABNORMALITIES OF HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL SACCADES IN DEMENTIA
WITH LEWY BODY
PB7 092 ›
FOLLOW-UP OF SEVERE DEMENTIA AFFECTED PATIENTS AFTER DISCHARGE
FROM A SPECIAL ACUTE CARE UNIT: A PILOT STUDY
Z. Kapoula*, Q. YANG, B. DIEUDONNÉ, S. GREFFARD, M. VERNY (Paris, France)
H. Villars*, P. SOLER, V. GARDETTE, S. SOURDET, S. GILLETTE, F. NOURHASHEMI,
B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
PB7 093 ›
DELETION OF THE PROGRANULIN GENE IN A FAMILY WITH FRONTOTEMPORAL
DEMENTIA OR LATE ONSET PARKINSON DISEASE
V. Deramecourt*, M. MACKOWIAK, A. ROVELET-LECRUX, S. LEGALLIC, C. MAURAGE, T. FRÉBOURG, D. HANNEQUIN, D. CAMPION, F. PASQUIER (Lille,
France)
PB7 094 ›
THE IMPORTANCE OF A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO FRACTURED
DEMENTED PATIENTS
R. SCOYNI*, I. TRANI, M. D’IMPERIO, B. FELLI, P. BELLI, M. DE CRISTOFORO, V.
CAMPONI, M. PACITTI, C. SCHIAFFINI, D. CARRATELLI, C. MOROCUTTI (ROMA, Italy)
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Posters
PB7 095 ›
GENERAL PRACTITIONERS AND DEMENTIA: UTILITY OF A SPECIFIC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL REPORT IN MANAGEMENT?
PB7 096 ›
IMPACT OF DONEPEZIL THERAPY ON FUNCTION IN RELATION TO MMSE IN
PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
J. Mabire*, S. REINGEWIRTZ, J. DE ROTROU (Paris, France)
G. Serge*, O. LOPEZ, E. SCHWAM, G. WALDEMAR, R. JONES, D. WILKINSON, R. ZHANG, R. SCHINDLER (Verdun, Canada)
PB7 097 ›
THE ASTHENOEMOTIONAL SYNDROME IN ELDERLY: CLINICAL, LABORATORY
AND NEUROPSYCOLOGICAL DATAS
B. Affonso Madaloso*, M. JOSÉ EDUARDO, M. MARTINELLI, B. MADALOSO, M. BELLODI, J. CECATO, I. APRAHAMIAN, B. DAMASCENO (JUNDIAÍ, Brazil)
PB7 098 ›
CROSS-CULTURAL VARIATIONS IN THE HEALTH EXPECTATIONS OF
INDIVIDUALS WITH ALZHEIMER
K. Leung*, C. COHEN, W. DALZIEL, V. EMERSON, L. GARCIA, S. HUM, P. JARVIS, S. KOEHN, J. KOZAK, D. LAGROIX, H. LEOPOLDOFF (Calgary, Canada)
PB7 099 ›
THE EFFECTS OF DONEPEZIL ON PATIENTS WITH MILD TO SEVERE
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE RESIDING IN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES
PB7 100 ›
IMPROVEMENT OF DUAL TASK PERFORMANCE IN PATIENTS WITH MILD TO
MODERATE DEMENTIA
Tuesday
A. Rosenblatt*, J. MACKELL, J. PRODAFIKAS (Baltimore, United States)
M. Schwenk*, T. ZIESCHANG, P. OSTER, K. HAUER (Heidelberg, Germany)
PB7 101 ›
NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SYMPTOMS IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: USING BUBBLE
PLOTS TO EVALUATE DONEPEZIL TREATMENT EFFECTS
J. Mackell *, J. CUMMINGS , E. SCHWAM, R. JONES, D. WILKINSON, G. WALDEMAR,
R. ZHANG, R. SCHINDLER, J. MACKELL (Los Angeles, United States of America)
PB7 102 ›
COMPARING EARLY ONSET DEMENTIA TO LATE ONSET DEMENTIA
PB7 103 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INTELLECTUAL ABILITIES AND THE TAKING OF
A PRESCRIBED MEDICATION
L. Volpe-Gillot*, F. BONTÉ, B. DURAND-GASSELIN (Paris, France)
K. Boivin*, L. ROBICHAUD, P. BOUDREAULT (Québec, Canada)
PB7 104 ›
INCIDENCE OF DEMENTIA AND RATE OF CONVERSION OF CDR=0.5 CASES, IN A
COHORT OF ELDERLY LIVING IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL
L. Ramos*, M. MONTAÑO (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB7 105 ›
INTEREST OF LOCOMéTRIX TO ASSESS GAIT’S PROFILE IN SPECIFIC OLD POPULATIONS
S. Gillain*, E. WARZEE, F. LEKEU, V. WOJTASIK, D. MAQUET, J. CROISIER, E. SALMON, J. PETERMANS (Liège, Belgium)
PB7 106 ›
DAY CARE HOSPITAL FOR PEOPLE WITH LATE ONSET AND EARLY ONSET DEMENTIA
F. Bonté*, L. VOLPE-GILLOT, B. DURAND-GASSELIN (Paris, France)
PB7 107 ›
ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING THAT MATTER MOST TO CAREGIVERS
D. Christensen *, R. GOLDMAN, J. MACKELL (Salt Lake City, United States)
PB7 108 ›
SCREENING FOR MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN IDIOPATHIC PARKINSON’S
DISEASE: IS THE CLOCK DRAWING TEST USEFUL?
E. Matteau*, L. JEAN, D. NICOLAS, M. SIMARD (Quebec, Canada)
PB7 109 ›
AN INTEGRATED MEMORY CLINIC OF A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL IN HONG
KONG: A RE-VISIT
C. Yung*, T. YIM, S. FUNG (Hong Kong, CHINA)
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PB7 110 ›
EXPLORING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COGNITIVE STIMULATION THERAPY FOR
MILD TO MODERATE DEMENTIA
PB7 111 ›
QUANTIFICATION OF BRAIN LESIONS FOR FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC
RESONANCE IMAGING RESEARCH ON OLDER ADULTS USING AN INDEX
VARIABLE: PRELIMINARY RESULTS AT 4 TESLA
N. Yuill*, V. HOLLIS (Edmonton, Canada)
K. Rockwood*, W. CHEN, X. SONG, R. D’ARCY, S. DARVESH (Tianjin City, China)
PB7 112 ›
THE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DEMENTIA IN AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL AND
TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES
K. Smith*, L. FLICKER, A. DWYER, D. ATKINSON, O. ALMEIDA, N. LAUTENSCHLAGER,
D. LOGIUDICE (Perth, Australia)
PB7 113 ›
COMMUNITY KNOWLEDGE OF DEMENTIA AND ITS RISK FACTORS
F. Millard*, L. KENNEDY, B. BAUNE (Townsville, Australia)
PB7 114 ›
A SURVEY OF DEMENTIA OUTCOME MEASUREMENT TOOLS FOR INDIGENOUS
AND CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE GROUPS
J. Sansoni*, N. MAROSSZEKY, E. SANSONI (Wollongong, Australia)
PB7 115 ›
OPERATIONS IN PSYCOGERIATRIC UNIT OF MEDIUM STAY IN BARCELONA,
CATALUNYA (SPAIN). DESCRIPTION OF PACIENTS ADMITTED
PB7 116 ›
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE TEA-ZEN WELFARE APPROACH TO IMPROVING
THE MENTAL HEALTH OF OLDER ADULTS WITH MILD DEMENTIA
I. Kim*, K. KIM, K. LEE, Y. JUNG (Busan, Republic of Korea)
PB7 117 ›
MEMANTINE SHOWS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ON FUNCTIONAL ABILITIES IN
MODERATE-TO-SEVERE ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
PB7 118 ›
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA AND COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT
Tuesday
L. Reig*, E. MARTINEZ, M. FERNANDEZ, A. OTERO, A. DELGADO, N. CANO, N. MARTIN, R. JIMENEZ (L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain)
B. Winblad*, S. GAUTHIER (Stockholm, Sweden)
F. ROLLOT*, E. DURON, F. LABOURÉE, M. SEUX, A. RIGAUD, O. HANON (PARIS, France)
PB7 119 ›
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE, PRESBYCUSIS AND HEARING AIDS: INVESTIGATION OF
A NEW STRATEGY
S. RICHARD*, X. PERROT, C. PETITOT, S. RICHARD, F. CHAPUIS, L. FORNONI, L. VILLENEUVE, C. DUBREUIL, . COLLET, . BONNEFOY (Pierre Benite, France)
PB7 120 ›
COGNITIVE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EARLY-ONSET AND LATE-ONSET IN
ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE
P. Gil*, M. C, R. M, V. A, G. P, R. JM (Madrid, Spain)
PB7 121 ›
THE EDUCATIONAL LEVEL, IN RELATION WITH ALZHEIMER
P. Gil*, D. L, Y. R, V. A, M. C, G. P, R. JM (Madrid, Spain)
PB7 122 ›
ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH END STAGE RENAL DISEASE: COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT, DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND QUALITY OF LIFE
A. RAMOS-CERQUEIRA*, Q. CAMILA DE MORAES TEIXEIRA , B. ANDRÉ LUIZ
(BOTUCATU, Brazil)
PB7 123 ›
HIGHER SYNCHRONIZATION LIKELIHOOD IN PATIENTS WITH MCI: A MEG STUDY
P. Gil*, B. R, M. F, N. A, G. P, Y. R, P. F (Madrid, Spain)
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PB7 124 ›
Posters
IS THE MINIMENTAL STATE EXAMINATION A MARKER OF LONG-TERM
MORTALITY? TOLEDO STUDY OF AGING
F. GARCIA GARCIA*, E. MARTIN, M. CHECA, S. HUMANES, A. CRUZ, V. ESCRIBANO, V. RENTERIA, S. AMOR (TOLEDO , Spain)
PB7 125 ›
MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHIC PROFILES OF MCI PATIENTS
P. Gil*, M. F, C. P, Y. R, G. P, V. A, O. T (Madrid, Spain)
PB7 126 ›
FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AN EARLY-ONSET IN LATE-ONSET
ALZHEIMER
P. Gil*, R. M, M. C, Y. R, G. P, R. JM (Madrid, Spain)
PB7 127 ›
INFLUENCE OF THE NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SYMPTOMS IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE
(AD) IMPAIRMENT (IDEAL STUDY)
J. TOBARUELA-GONZÁLEZ*, J. PORTA-ETESSAM, C. RABES, J. COLLAR
(NAVALCARNERO, Spain)
PB7 128 ›
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND DRIVING. OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
M. Zea Sevilla*, Z. MARIA ASCENSIÓN, G. RAQUEL, V. MERITXELL, J. NURIA, T. ANTONIO, F. ANA (Madrid, Spain)
Tuesday
PB7 129 ›
QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT OF BRAIN HYDRODYNAMICS IN VASCULAR
DEMENTIA, ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND NORMAL ELDERLY SUBJECTS : A
STUDY BY PHASE-CONTRAST MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
N. MENJOT de CHAMPFLEUR*, R. DURANT, J. ERKES, E. LE BARS, A. BONAFÉ, C. JEANDEL (Montpellier, France)
PB7 130 ›
COGNITIVE LEISURE ACTIVITY AS A PROTECTIVE FACTOR IN A PROSPECTIVE
AGEING STUDY IN GERMANY
J. Schroeder*, C. SATTLER, J. SCHRÖDER, P. TORO (Heidelberg, Germany)
PB7 131 ›
DETERMINANTS OF COURSE PATTERNS OF MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT (MCI)
H. van den Bussche*, M. EISELE, W. MAIER, H. VAN DEN BUSSCHE, B. WIESE, H. KADUSZKIEWICZ (Hamburg, Germany)
PB7 132 ›
COGNITIVE STIMULATION EFFICACY: THE CAREGIVER
C. D’Anastasio*, C. MARCHETTI, E. FERRIANI, P. PAGNI, V. RANALDI, F. MAIOLI, R. CIARROCCHI, M. COVERI, V. NATIVIO, S. LINARELLO, V. PEDONE (Bologna, Italy)
PB7 133 ›
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PERCEPTION OF SUBJECTIVE MEMORY AND MANUAL
SKILLS IN WORKSHOP FOR ELDERLY IN DIGITAL INCLUSION
I. Argimon*, Z. LINDÔSO, L. MACHADO, Â. FRAQUELLI, C. TACQUES, A. FERREIRA, M. CAMMAROTA, C. SCHWANKE (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Antiageing
PB7 134 ›
THE SELF-PERCEPTION AGEING FROM THE BODY IMAGE SIZE IN OLDER
WOMEN ASSISTED BY HEALTH INSURANCE AT BRASILIA, FEDERAL DISTRICT,
BRAZIL
C. Mendonça*, C. CAMARGOS, C. CARMEN (BRASÍLIA, Brazil)
PB7 135 ›
SUCCESSFUL AGEING IN LATE SIXTIES: FACTS AND FACTORS
J. PARK*, S. CHOI (Daegu, Republic of Korea)
PB7 136 ›
THE ANTI-AGING EFFECT OF BLACK RICE AGAINST H2O2-INDUCED
PREMATURE SENESCENCE
Y. song*, E. CHO, M. CHOI, H. KIM, T. YOKOZAWA (Busan, Republic of Korea)
252
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Tuesday 7
Cancer advances in geriatric
PB7 137 ›
INCIDENCE OF UNDIAGNOSED SKIN CANCERS IN GERIATRIC HOSPITAL
J. Fontaine*, S. MIELCZARECK, S. MEAUME, P. SENET (Ivry sur seine, France)
PB7 138 ›
GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT IN DIGESTIVE CANCER PATIENTS : CONTRIBUTION
OF THE GERIATRICIAN
L. Girard*, T. APARICIO, J. SOULE , S. LEGRAIN, A. RAYNAUD-SIMON (Paris, France)
PB7 139 ›
NEUROENDOCRINE CANCER OF THE PROSTATE: REPORT OF ONE CASE AND
REVIEW OF LITERATURE
S. MOULIAS*, W. MOUSSOUS, T. CUDENNEC, J. LAGRANDEUR, L. TEILLET
(Boulogne, France)
PB7 140 ›
IMPACT ON AUTONOMY OF BIWEEKLY DOCETAXEL AS FIRST-LINE
CHEMOTHERAPY REGIMEN IN ELDERLY WITH METASTATIC BREAST CANCER
(MBC)
V. Girre*, F. ROUSSEAU, E. BLOT, S. GOURGOU-BOURGADE, F. GOUTTENOIRE, J. GENÈVE, S. DELALOGE (Paris, France)
PB7 141 ›
FOLLOW-UP AND 6-MONTHS OUTCOME OF ELDERLY CANCER PATIENTS AFTER
INITIAL ONCOGERIATRIC ASSESSMENT
M. Berle*, P. CAILLET, J. VOURIOT, J. GRENIER, S. KRYPCIAK, S. CULINE, S. BASTUJI-GARIN, E. PAILLAUD (Créteil, France)
A FRENCH SCREENING TOOL TO IDENTIFY CANCER PATIENTS NEEDING A
COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT
M. Paccalin*, S. VALÉRO, V. MIGEOT, G. BOUCHE, M. THOULOUZAN, B. DREYFUS, N. RABAN, B. ROULLET, J. TOURANI (Poitiers, France)
PB7 143 ›
Tuesday
PB7 142 ›
MULTIDISCIPLINARY INTERVENTION AT A PALLIATIVE CARE UNIT. THE ROLE
OF THE FAMILY
H. Barahona*, V. A, S. M, H. E, M. C (Madrid, Spain)
PB7 144 ›
TUMORS OF THE PANCREATIC AREA IN THE ELDERLY: A COHORT STUDY OF 36
PATIENTS
K. Byeula*, E. CASTEL-KREMER , B. KIM, S. AZZAOUI-CUZON, C. LOMBARD-BOHAS,
C. TERRET, B. COMTE (LYON, France)
Cardiac failure / Atherosclerosis / Vascular disease and
hypertension / COPD / Cerebrovascular disease
PB7 145 ›
INTEREST OF STROKE UNITS FOR THE ELDERLY PATIENTS
F. Bloch*, A. SAUTEREAU, L. JOFFREDO, S. HAULON, V. GAUTIER, G. ABITBOL, M. MANKOUR, T. JOUCDAR, N. CHARASZ (Paris, France)
PB7 146 ›
DIFFUSE SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS IN ELDERLY: ABOUT 5 CASES
S. Foucart*, N. FAUCHER, O. LIDOVE, A. RAYNAUD-SIMON (Paris, France)
PB7 147 ›
THE EFFECT OF A SUPPORTIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON KNOWLEDGE,
SELF-CARE BEHAVIOR, AND THE LEVEL OF SEVERITY OF HEART FAILURE
S. Monkong*, J. KIATSEESAKUL, O. PANPAKDEE, T. CHOON-NGARM (Bangkok,
Thailand)
PB7 148 ›
ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS IN EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
N. Morel*, S. DELERME, S. CASTRO, M. GODARD, P. RAY, M. VERNY, B. RIOU, J. BODDAERT (Paris, France)
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PB7 149 ›
OPTIMISING STROKE PREVENTION IN THE ELDERLY WITH AF VIA A
COMPUTERISED ANTITHROMBOTIC RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL (CARAT)
PB7 150 ›
LOW PERCEPTION OF DYSPNOEA IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
PB7 151 ›
PREVALENCE OF PULMONARY ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION IN ELDERLY
PATIENTS : AN ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY BASED STUDY
B. Bajorek*, N. MASOOD, I. KRASS (Sydney, Australia)
M. Godard*, P. RAY, B. RIOU, J. BODDAERT (PAris, France)
G. Gavazzi*, K. OUZAID, L. TRANCHANT, I. LANIECE, N. ZEHROUNI, P. COUTURIER,
(Grenoble, France)
PB7 152 ›
ELEVATED BRACHIAL-ANKLE PULSE WAVE VELOCITY PREDICTS
CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY IN THE COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY
PB7 153 ›
CABG IN THE ELDERLY: EFFECT OF AGE ON 30-DAY MORTALITY AND HOSPITAL
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
T. Ozawa*, I. MIYANO, M. NISHINAGA, N. YASUDA, Y. DOI (Nankoku, Japan)
A. Maraschini*, P. D’ERRIGO, S. ROSATO, G. BADONI, F. SACCARECCIA (Rome, Italy)
PB7 154 ›
A STROKE STUDY OF AN URBAN AREA OF IRAN: RISK FACTORS, LENGTH OF
STAY, CASE FATALITY AND DISCHARGE DESTINATION
Tuesday
A. Delbari*, J. LOKK , R. SALMAN ROGHANI, S. TABATABAEI , M. RAHGOZAR
(Stockholm, Sweden)
PB7 155 ›
ANTICOAGULATED PATIENTS OLDER THAN 65 AT AN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
R. Martos*, E. PINTOR, B. PADERNE, M. MIRANDA, M. ZUGASTI, B. HERREROS
(Villaviciosa de Odon, Spain)
PB7 156 ›
55- PON1 (PARAOXONASE 1) POLYMORPHISM AND RISK OF ISCHEMIC STROKE
(IS) IN THE ELDERLY
I. Saulnier*, D. MIREILLE, D. JEAN, M. LOUIS, C. JEAN-PIERRE, D. THIERRY
(Limoges, France)
PB7 157 ›
MANAGEMENT OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE WITH
PRESERVED EJECTION FRACTION. AN OUTPATIENT FRENCH SURVEY
O. HANON*, P. DE GROOTE, F. DIEVART, M. GALLINIER, G. HABIB, D. HERPIN, Y. NEUDER, J. TROCHU, R. ROUDAUT, Y. JUILLIERE, M. KOMAJDA (Paris, France)
PB7 158 ›
ASSOCIATION OF AGE AND DIFFERING ANTHROPOMETRIC PARAMETERS WITH
SEVERITY OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
C. Schwanke*, P. DURGANTE, P. CARAMORI, I. GOMES, C. BARCELLOS, T. GALDINO,
P. HICKMANN, M. DEUTRICH, P. RECH, C. SCHWANKE (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PB7 159 ›
PROBLEMS WITH ASTHMA TREATMENT IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
PB7 160 ›
ARE THE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TREATMENT OF ACUTE CORONARY
SYNDROMES APPLIED FOR ELDERLY IN GERIATRIC CARE UNITS ?
A. Bozek*, J. JARZAB (Zabrze, Poland)
I. LANDRIN*, M. PARISET, C. CAPET, M. CAUSSIN, J. DOUCET, N. KADRI (Le Petit-Quevilly, France)
PB7 161 ›
OUTCOME OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH CARDIOGENIC PULMONARY EDEMA
TREATED WITH NITRATES BOLUS IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
Y. Freund*, S. DELERME, J. BODDAERT, S. CASTRO, P. HAUSFATER, B. RIOU, P. RAY
(Paris, France)
PB7 162 ›
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AGING AND LIPID LEVEL IN CORRELATION WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
IN PATIENTS UNDERWENT ANGIOGRAPHY
I. SYAMSUL HUDA MZ*, R. ANDAYANI RAHAYU, K. PRANARKA, H. MARTONO
(Semarang, Indonesia)
Posters
Tuesday 7
PB7 163 ›
EXERCISE AS TREATMENT FOR PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE: A
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
PB7 164 ›
CHOLESTEROL LEVELS AND USE OF SERUM LIPID MODIFYING AGENTS AMONG
ELDERLY PERSONS
B. Parmenter*, M. FIATARONE SINGH, J. RAYMOND (Lidcombe, Australia)
P. Tuikkala*, H. ENLUND, R. SULKAVA, S. HARTIKAINEN (OULU, Finland)
PB7 165 ›
PERIFERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE IN THE ELDERLY PATIENTS AND THERAPY
WITH CLOPIDOGREL
G. Popescu*, D. GHIORGHE, D. TEIXEIRA, D. KHAYAT (Bucharest, Romania)
PB7 166 ›
IMPACT OF AGE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ACS: MEDICAL POLICY AND
HOSPITAL OUTCOME IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
PB7 167 ›
FACTORS INFLUENCING PROGNOSIS OF THE FRAIL ELDERLY
P. D’Errigo*, F. SECCARECCIA, S. ROSATO, A. MARASCHINI, G. BADONI (Rome, Italy)
T. Nakahashi*, M. ATSUMI, H. MURAI, I. TOYOTA, H. YANO, K. NOMURA, H. TSUCHIYA, K. IWAI, S. MORIMOTO (Kahoku-Gun, Ishikawa, Japan)
PB7 168 ›
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AND DISABILITY IN AN
ELDERLY POPULATION
E. Duron-garnier*, D. DUBAIL, H. BLAQUART, J. GAUBERT, F. LATOUR, O. HANON
(Paris, France)
IMPACT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME ON LEFT VENTRICULAR EJECTION
FRACTION AS ASSESSED BY 64-MULTIDETECTOR-ROW COMPUTED
TOMOGRAPHY
R. Mitsutake*, S. MIURA, Y. SHIGA, K. SAKU (Fukuoka, Japan)
PB7 170 ›
Tuesday
PB7 169 ›
RELATIONS BETWEEN INDICES OF ARTERIAL COMPLIANCE AND ARTERIAL
BLOOD PRESSURE IN HYPERTENSIVE ELDERLY SS
L. Bergamini*, M. FINELLI, A. ANGELINI, C. BENDINI, E. FERRARI, F. NEVIANI, B. MANNI, A. PELOSI, G. RIOLI, M. NERI (Modena, Italy)
PB7 171 ›
IMPROVING STROKE PREVENTION, TREATMENT, CARE AND SUPPORT
THROUGH COLLABORATIVE WORKING: THE SOUTH YORKSHIRE (UK)
COLLABORATION IN LEADERSHIP FOR HEALTH RESEARCH AND CARE STROKE
T. Ryan*, P. ENDERBY, M. MARSHALL, G. VENABLES, A. JONES, S. BRUMFITT, K. FRYER, M. AZIZ, T. FURNESS, R. PALMER (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
PB7 172 ›
CATHETER EMBOLECTOMY IN THE TREATMENT OF MASSIVE PULMONARY
EMBOLISM: A CASE REPORT
J. Boddaert*, M. ROUMIER, M. GODARD, P. CLUZEL, M. BRIHIER, M. VERNY (Paris,
France)
PB7 173 ›
EXTENDING CARE TO SENIORS WITH HYPERTENSION THROUGH COMMUNITY
PHARMACIES LINKED BY E-HEALTH TO FAMILY PHYSICIANS
L. Chambers*, J. KACZOROWSKI, L. DOLOVICH, A. MIVILLE (Ottawa, Canada)
PB7 174 ›
WHAT DECISION CRITERIA FOR ANTITHROMBOTIC TREATMENT OF ATRIAL
FIBRILLATION IN THE ELDERLY?
J. DOUCET*, E. GREBOVAL, O. DELAUNAY, T. PESQUE (Rouen, France)
PB7 175 ›
FLUINDIONE ANTICOAGULATION LEVEL IN VERY ELDERLY INPATIENTS: THE
PREPA STUDY
D. Bonnet-zamponi*, D. BONNET-ZAMPONI, M. AUMONT, C. BRUHAT, S. DELPIERRE, M. CHAUVEHEID , X. DUVAL, E. COMETS, B. DIQUET , F. MENTRE , S. LEGRAIN (Paris, France)
255
Tuesday 7
PB7 176 ›
Posters
AORTA MYCOTIC ANEURYSM DUE TO STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIA: A
DIFFICULT DIAGNOSIS WITH AN UNSUAL PATHOGEN.
S. Krypciak*, C. MILLOT, E. TAILLANDIER-HÉRICHE, P. LESPRIT, G. LENCZNER, M. KHOLLER, E. PAILLAUD (Créteil, France)
PB7 177 ›
IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT
HEPARIN (LMWH) IMPROVES MEDICAL PRACTICES IN GERIATRICS
L. D’Arailh*, F. MULLER, D. THOREZ, S. VAN PRADELLES, L. LECHOWSKI, L. TEILLET (Paris, France)
PB7 178 ›
SPLENIC INFARCT: DIFFERENCES IN PRESENTATIONS IN YOUNG AND
ELDERLY PATIENTS
C. GEFFROY*, E. BEAUFILS, S. KORICHI, A. AZEBAZE, S. LEPAGE, P. FRIOCOURT
(BLOIS, France)
PB7 179 ›
IMPACT OF TROPONIN I ON LONG TERM MORTALITY AFTER EMERGENCY
ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY IN OLDER PATIENTS
C. Chong*, Q. LAM, J. RYAN, R. SINNAPPU, W. LIM (Epping, Australia)
PB7 180 ›
THE ELDERLY AT RISK IN HOSPITAL?
P. Lakhan*, L. GRAY (Brisbane, Australia)
Tuesday
PB7 181 ›
ASSOCIATION OF PULSE WAVE TRAVELTIME WITH AGE AND ARTERIAL
HYPERTENSION
K. MAKARENKOVA*, A. Kuznetsov, I. LAPITSKAYA, L. LATYNCEVA, T. KRUPA, Y. NIKITIN (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)
PB7 182 ›
STUDY OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN HYPERTENSION ADULTS AND ELDERS,
WHO SUBMITTED A PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT
F. Arbex*, M. GUARIENTO, E. ALMEIDA (Campinas, Brazil)
PB7 183 ›
ACCURACY OF THE 3-OUNCE WATER SWALLOW TEST IN AN ACUTE GERIATRIC
WARD TO ASSESS ASPIRATION RISK M. LE CRANE*, B. DENIS, L. LECHOWSKI, S. VON PRADELLES, L. D’ARAILH, D. TORTRAT, L. TEILLET (Paris, France)
PB7 184 ›
BENEFIT OF ORAL ANTICOAGULATION THERAPY FOR VERY ELDERLY PATIENTS
WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION
G. ORVOEN*, S. SHAHKARAMI, D. SEMANI, J. AL ALOUCY, F. LABOUREE, F. ROLLOT,
Y. SPIVAC, D. DUBAIL, M. SEUX, O. HANON (PARIS, France)
PB7 185 ›
ASSESSMENT OF BLEEDING RISK FACTORS IN VERY ELDERLY PATIENTS USING
ANTICOAGULANT THERAPY
A. PERRIN*, F. ROLLOT, F. CHEDHOMME, E. DURON, G. ORVOEN, O. HANON (Paris,
France)
PB7 186 ›
HOME SELF BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT IN A SAMPLE OF ELDERLY
PARTICIPANTS OF A POPULATION-BASED COHORT
C. Tzourio*, C. DUFOUIL, O. HANON (Paris, France)
PB7 187 ›
THROMBOPHILIC DEFECTS FACTOR V LEIDEN AND PROTHROMBIN GENE
VARIANT IN PATIENTS OVER 75 YEARS WITH VENOUS THROMBOSIS
H. Anard-Michelot*, E. PAUTAS, I. GOUIN-THIBAULT, S. BÉRIGAUD, V. SIGURET
(Ivry sur seine, France)
PB7 188 ›
ELASTIC AGEING IN THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
O. Fritze*, M. SCHLEICHER, B. ROMERO RUIZ DE LA HERMOSA, J. BUJAN, M. JACOB, B. STARCHER, K. SCHENKE-LAYLAND , U. STOCK (Tübingen, Germany)
256
Posters
Tuesday 7
Centenarians
PB7 189 ›
CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AND COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC
ASSESSMENT: INFLUENCE ON MORTALITY IN NONAGENARIAN PATIENTS
C. Roqueta*, M. ALVARO, M. MARTÍNEZ, K. PUENTE DE LA VEGA, A. CERVERA, R. MIRALLES (Alella, Spain)
Depression / Delirium
PB7 190 ›
DELIRIUM IN ELDERLY PATIENTS TREATED AT HOME: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY
G. Isaia*, M. ASTENGO, V. TIBALDI, M. ZANOCCHI, B. BARDELLI, R. OBIALERO, A. TIZZANI, M. BO, C. MOIRAGHI, M. MOLASCHI, N. AIMONINO (Torino, Italy)
PB7 191 ›
LONG-TERM USE OF PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING
ELDERLY PERSONS – PREVALENCE AND PREDICTORS
M. Rikala*, S. HARTIKAINEN, R. SULKAVA , M. KORHONEN (Kuopio, Finland)
PB7 192 ›
HOSPITAL CARE COSTS IN A CHILEAN ELDERLY DELIRIUM COHORT
M. Carrasco*, M. GONZÁLEZ, C. PALMA, L. VILLARROEL, J. CALDERÓN, G. MARTÍNEZ, P. MARÍN (Santiago , Chile)
PB7 193 ›
SOCIOECONOMIC PROFILE AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG OLDER
ADULTS LIVING IN THE COMMUNITY
PB7 194 ›
LEISURE TIME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
I. Pakkala*, S. READ, J. KAPRIO, M. KOSKENVUO, M. KAUPPINEN, T. RANTANEN
(Jyväskylä, Finland)
PB7 195 ›
Tuesday
A. Martins Gratão*, C. MACHADO DE SOUZA, I. ROSSET CRUZ, V. JOSÉ HAAS, R. PARTEZANI RODRIGUES (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
UNDERTREATMENT OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMATOLOGY IN THE ELDERLY
LIVING IN LONG STAY INSTITUTIONS AND IN THE COMMUNITY
A. Dornelas de Andrade*, P. MARINHO, K. MELO, A. APOLINARIO, E. BEZERRA, J. FREITAS, D. MAGALHAES, R. GUERRA (Jaboatão dos Guararapes, Brazil)
PB7 196 ›
DESCRIPTIVE STUDY ON PSYCHIATRIC PATHOLOGY IN ELDERLY MEDICAL
PATIENTS ADMITTED IN A GENERAL HOSPITAL
L. Pintor*, C. MONTIEL, E. BAILLES, S. MATRAI, A. BASTIDAS (Barcelona, Spain)
PB7 197 ›
IMPACT OF DEPRESSION AND COGNITIVE DEFICIT ON QUALITY OF LIFE OF
ELDERLY PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THE COMMUNITY
R. Partezani Rodrigues*, C. PERONI FREITAS, C. MACHADO DE SOUZA, L. DA SILVA TALMELLI, I. ROSSETI CRUZ, E. PEDRAZZI, F. VEIGA SCHIAVETO
(Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PB7 198 ›
PREVALENCE OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS IN
ELDERLY INSTITUTIONALIZED INDIVIDUALS
I. Cunha*, M. TAÍS ALMEIDA (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB7 199 ›
USE OF TISSUE PULSATILITY IMAGING (TPI) FOR CHARACTERIZING LATE LIFE
DEPRESSION: A PILOT STUDY
T. Desmidt*, M. ELKATEB, J. REMENIÉRAS, F. PATAT, V. CAMUS (Tours, France)
PB7 200 ›
INCIDENCE OF PSYCHIATRIC MORBIDITY IN SPOUSES OF DEMENTED
PATIENTS, A NATURALISTIC COHORT STUDY WITH 6 YEARS FOLLOW-UP
K. Joling*, H. VAN HOUT, F. SCHELLEVIS, H. VAN DER HORST, P. SCHELTENS, H. VAN MARWIJK (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
257
Tuesday 7
PB7 201 ›
Posters
THE INFLUENCE OF ADMINISTERING METHOD ON DEPRESSION SCORES OF
THE 15-ITEM GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCALE IN OLD AGE
M. De Waal*, G. VAN DER WEELE, R. VAN DER MAST, J. GUSSEKLOO (Leiden, The Netherlands)
PB7 202 ›
PREVALENCE AND CORRELATES OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG THE
ELDERLY IN BRAZIL: THE SABE COMMUNITY STUDY
C. MENDES-CHILOFF*, S. JAIR LÍCIO FERREIRA, T. ALBINA RODRIGUES, L. MARIA
CRISTINA PEREIRA, L. MARIA LÚCIA, F. ANTÔNIA REGINA FERREIRA, D. YEDA, A. DE OLIVEIRA, R. ANA TERESA DE ABREU (BOTUCATU, Brazil)
End of life
PB7 203 ›
THE USE OF PALLIATIVE SEDATION FOR ELDERLY PATIENTS NEARING DEATH
J. Rietjens*, J. VAN DELDEN , B. ONWUTEAKA-PHILIPSEN, H. BUITING, P. VAN DER MAAS, A. VAN DER HEIDE (Rotterdam , The Netherlands)
PB7 204 ›
THE COMMITTEE FOR PATIENTS UNDER TREATMENT FOR SEVERE BRAIN
DAMAGE: ETHICAL SUPPORT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THESE PATIENTS
Tuesday
P. Friocourt*, F. GAUQUELIN, F. KAZEMI, S. LEPAGE, N. GOBEZ, E. BEAUFILS, E. COIGNEAU (Blois, France)
PB7 205 ›
SPECIFIC ETHICAL ISSUES IN GERIATRIC PALLIATIVE CARE : STUDY OF
INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE
PB7 206 ›
DISCLOSING BAD NEWS TO PATIENTS WITH SEVERE / LIFE-THREATENING
ILLNESSES – DIFFERENCES IN THE ATTITUDE BETWEEN PHYSICIANS AND
NURSES IN ISRAEL
N. CHAOUI*, C. NATHALIE, D. CAROLINE, D. PATRICK (Rennes, France)
D. GARFINKEL*, I. SHAHAR, M. BEN NATAN (PARDES HANA, Israel)
PB7 207 ›
GERIATRIC HOME HOSPICE: THE NEED OF OUR TIMES
A. Jakrzewska SawiNska*, K. SAWINSKI, M. FORYCKA (Poznan, Poland)
PB7 208 ›
AGE-BASED DISPARITIES IN MEDICAL END-OF-LIFE PRACTICES IN BELGIUM
S. Gorlé*, J. RIETJENS, R. DESCHEPPER, R. PASMAN, J. BILSEN, L. DELIENS
(Jette, Belgium)
PB7 209 ›
END OF LIFE FOR INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY PERSONS : EVALUATION OF
THE TERMINAL PHASE CARE IN LONG-TERM CARE UNITS
A. Lahlou*, M. MARZAIS, J. BEINIS, S. IKHEFOULMA, A. DE SAINT LEGER, Y. GAUDIN, L. KEROMNES, C. PETIT, P. GAUTHIER, A. AZEMARD, P. TOCHEPORT (Ivry sur Seine, France)
PB7 210 ›
CPR IN ELDERLY HOSPITALISED PATIENTS; ARE WE ACTING IN THEIR BEST
INTERESTS?
PB7 211 ›
WHICH PALLIATIVE CARE OUTCOME MEASURES ARE SUITABLE FOR USE IN
RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE FACILITIES?
M. Mac Mahon*, S. WHITE, A. PERSAUD, R. FACKRELL (Bristol, United Kingdom)
D. Parker*, B. HODGKINSON (Brisbane, Australia)
PB7 212 ›
ARTIFICIAL NUTRITION OR HYDRATION FOR ADVANCED DEMENTIA PATIENTS.
PERSPECTIVES FROM DUTCH AND AUSTRALIAN DOCTORS
H. Buiting*, P. BUTOW, J. CLAYTON, J. VAN DELDEN, A. VAN DER HEIDE
(Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
258
Posters
Tuesday 7
Frailty / Physical exercice / Osteoporosis / Rehabilitation /
Sarcopenia / Falls
PB7 213 ›
A PILOT STUDY OF A COMMUNITY BASED YOGA INTERVENTION AMONG THE
ELDERLY AND ITS EFFECTS – A QUALITATIVE STUDY
N. Patel*, S. AKKIHEBBALU (San Antonio, United States)
PB7 214 ›
CARDIAC AUTONOMIC MODULATION DURING ISOMETRIC EXERCISE DOES NOT
CHANGE AFTER ECCENTRIC STRENGTH TRAINING
A. Takahashi*, R. MELO, R. QUITÉRIO, E. SILVA, E. TOBALDINI, A. PORTA, N. MONTANO, A. CATAI (São Carlos, Brazil)
PB7 215 ›
CAN MEDICATION REVIEW USING THE DRUG BURDEN INDEX IMPROVE
FUNCTION IN OLDER AUSTRALIANS LIVING IN RETIREMENT VILLAGES?
D. Gnjidic*, S. HILMER, D. LE COUTEUR, D. ABERNETHY (Sydney, Australia)
PB7 216 ›
A SUITABLE MODE OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE FOR COMMUNITY-DWELLING
OLDER ADULTS WITH LOW MUSCULAR PERFORMANCE
PB7 217 ›
EXERCISE AND RISK OF INJURIOUS FALL IN HOME-DWELLING ELDERLY
R. Hasegawa*, N. TOMIYAMA, M. ISLAM, N. TAKESHIMA (Tokai Aichi, Japan)
S. Iinattiniemi*, J. JOKELAINEN, H. LUUKINEN (Oulu, Finland)
FRACTURES AFTER NURSING HOME ADMISSION: INCIDENCE AND POTENTIAL
CONSEQUENCES
K. Rapp*, S. LAMB, J. KLENK, A. KLEINER, S. HEINRICH, H. KÖNIG, T. NIKOLAUS, C. BECKER (Stuttgart, Germany)
PB7 219 ›
FALL PREVENTION PROGRAM, FOR ELDERLY IN A PORTUGUESE HOSPITAL
SETTING
Tuesday
PB7 218 ›
M. Caldevilla*, M. COSTA, M. MELO, J. RIBEIRO (Porto, Portugal)
PB7 220 ›
EFFECT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN SENIOR
PRACTICING INTERMITTENT WORK EXERCISE TRAINING
O. RAMPHUL-DAUL*, T. VOGEL, C. MARTIN-HUNYADI, J. LONSDORFER, M. BERTHEL,
G. KALTENBACH (Strasbourg, France)
PB7 221 ›
UNDERTREATMENT OF OSTEOPOROSIS IN THE OLDEST OLD? A NATIONWIDE
STUDY OF OVER 700 000 OLDER PEOPLE
PB7 222 ›
THE CHAOS CLINIC - A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF A FALLS CLINIC
FOR PREVENTION OF FALLS AND RELATED FRACTURES
K. Johnell*, J. FASTBOM (Stockholm, Sweden)
M. Palvanen*, P. KANNUS, J. PARKKARI, J. RINTALA, M. JÄRVINEN, M. FOGELHOLM (Tampere, Finland)
PB7 223 ›
RESPONSE OF TISSUE ON INTERMITTENT PRESSURE: INVESTIGATION USING
AN IN VIVO RAT MODEL
PB7 224 ›
SELF-CARE FOR MEDICATION USE IN OLDER THAI PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC
OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE
E. Tam*, J. NG, S. PARCO (Hong Kong, CHINA)
P. Malathum*, P. KRAINARA, S. NATHISUWAN, T. KAWAMATAWONG (Bangkok, Thailand)
PB7 225 ›
NON INFERIORITY ANALYSIS OF A RANDOMISED TRIAL (RCT) OF HOME VERSUS
DAY HOSPITAL REHABILITATION
S. Parker*, J. BOND, C. JAGGER, E. PAMELA, K. FRYER, D. ROSS, R. CURLESS, P. OLIVER, C. COOPER (Barnsley, United Kingdom)
259
Tuesday 7
PB7 226 ›
Posters
UTILIZATION OF INPATIENT CARE BEFORE AND AFTER HIP FRACTURE: A
POPULATION-BASED STUDY
E. Lönnroos*, H. KAUTIAINEN, R. SUND, P. KARPPI, S. HARTIKAINEN, I. KIVIRANTA, R. SULKAVA (Kuopio, Finland)
PB7 227 ›
THE EFFECTS OF ANABOLIC AND CATABOLIC BIOMARKERS ON MUSCLE
STRENGTH DECLINE: THE INCHIANTI STUDY
S. Stenholm*, M. MAGGIO, F. LAURETANI, S. BANDINELLI, G. CEDA, A. DI IORIO, F. GIALLAURIA, J. GURALNIK, L. FERRUCCI (Baltimore, United States)
PB7 228 ›
A POPULATION-BASED STUDY ON FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH FUNCTIONAL
DISABILITY AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN THE GREAT METROPOLITAN BELO
HORIZONTE, MINAS GERAIS STATE, BRAZIL
K. GIACOMIN*, S. PEIXOTO, E. UCHOA, M. LIMA-COSTA (BELO HORIZONTE , Brazil)
PB7 229 ›
COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENTS IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS:
REVIEW OF 3-YEAR-DATA FROM THE INPATIENT GERIATRIC TEAM OF
GRENOBLE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
P. COUTURIER*, T. MORIN, C. MILLET, N. ZERHOUNI, A. GROMIER, C. SALA, B. LO, I. LANIECE (Grenoble , France)
PB7 230 ›
ABILITY TO RISE FROM THE FLOOR : PREDICTIVE VALUE OF FALL IN THE ELDERLY
Tuesday
C. Martin-Hunyadi*, S. GAUTHIER, I. MARTIN-PFITZENMEYER, F. MOUREY
(Strasbourg, France)
PB7 231 ›
COST OF SERIOUS INJURIOUS IN-HOSPITAL FALLS – A CANADIAN EXAMPLE
A. Zecevic*, D. MCAUSLAN, B. CHESWORTH, G. ZARIC, A. SALMON, C. HUANG, R. WELCH, D. BRUNTON, C. WRIGHT, J. HILL , J. KING (London, Canada)
PB7 232 ›
PROMOTING ACTIVE LIVING (PAL): BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR FALL
PREVENTION IN ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCES
V. Scott*, H. BAWA, F. FELDMAN, J. SIMS GOULD, M. LEUNG, F. RAJABALI
(Victoria, Canada)
PB7 233 ›
ENABLING THE OLDEST OLD AGED 80 AND OVER TO REMAIN IN THEIR OWN HOMES
V. Hollis*, J. DARRAH, M. HELEN, E. PAT (Edmonton, Canada)
PB7 234 ›
HOME ACTIVITY MONITORING PROJECT (HAMP) FOR IMPROVING FUNCTIONAL
PERFORMANCE AND REDUCING FALLS IN OLDER ADULTS
R. Penhall*, R. BARNARD (Adelaide, Australia)
PB7 235 ›
PREDICTORS OF RECURRENT FALLING IN HEALTHY OLDER ADULTS: THE
IMPORTANCE OF BOTH EXECUTIVE FUNCTION AND GAIT
PB7 236 ›
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INPATIENT GERIATRIC EVALUATION AND
MANAGEMENT UNITS: REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS
J. Hausdorff*, A. MIRELMAN, M. BROZGOL, N. GILADI (Tel Aviv, Israel)
K. Milisen*, K. VAN CRAEN, T. BRAES, N. WELLENS, K. DENHAERYNCK, J. FLAMAING, S. BOONEN, C. GOSSET, J. PETERMANS, P. MOONS (Leuven, Belgium)
PB7 237 ›
A HIGH INCREASE IN THE CARE FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS IN THE NEAR FUTURE?
H. Picavet* (Bilthoven, The Netherlands)
PB7 238 ›
GERIATRICS SYNDROMES IN SPANISH NURSING HOMES. THE RESYDEM STUDY
J. LOPEZ TRIGO*, R. LOPEZ MONGIL, J. CASTRODEZA SANZ, R. RCG (MALAGA, Spain)
PB7 240 ›
AN ATTEMPT AT MODELLING THE RISK FACTORS FOR FALLING AMONG THE
ELDERLY
A. Cougnaud-Petit*, M. GAUBERT, J. BARRÉ, C. HOMMET, T. CONSTANS, G. BERRUT (Tours, France)
260
Posters
Tuesday 7
PB7 241 ›
STRONTIUM RANELATE REDUCES VERTEBRAL FRACTURES IN FRAIL
OSTEOPOROTIC WOMEN
PB7 242 ›
PREVALENCE OF SARCOPENIA IN ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH HIP FRACTURE
Y. ROLLAND*, G. ABELLAN VAN-KAN, B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
F. Masanes Toran*, M. NAVARRO LOPEZ, M. NAVARRO GONZALEZ, A. CULLA
GINESTA, E. SACANELLA MESEGUER, A. LOPEZ SOTO (Barcelona , Spain)
PB7 243 ›
DIFFERENCES ON IN-HOSPITAL AND ONE-YEAR OUTCOME BETWEEN INTRA
AND EXTRACAPSULAR HIP FRACTURES IN THE ELDERLY
M. Álvarez-Nebreda*, E. MARAÑÓN, S. NIETO, E. GALLEGO, C. GONZÁLEZ DE
VILLAUMBROSIA, R. BARRERA, Y. GRACIA, M. TOLEDANO, M. HERNÁNDEZ, J. SERRA
(Madrid, Spain)
PB7 244 ›
ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH A HIP FRACTURE AND A NON-WEIGHT-BEARING
PERIOD OF TIME: DIFFERENCES ON IN-HOSPITAL AND ONE YEAR OUTCOME
M. Álvarez-Nebreda*, E. MARAÑÓN, F. COCA, A. MARTÍNEZ, Y. GRACIA, M. HERNÁNDEZ, J. SERRA (Madrid, Spain)
PB7 245 ›
ARE ELDERLY VOLUNTEER PARTICIPANTS IN EXERCISE TRIALS FITTER THAN
NON-VOLUNTEERS?
P. Barreto*, A. FERRANDEZ, B. SALIBA-SERRE (Marseille, France)
PB7 246 ›
PERSISTENT VERTIGO IN A PATIENT AT THE FALL CLINIC: KEEP BPPV IN MIND!
PB7 247 ›
PREDICTIVE ABILITY OF COMMONLY IMPLEMENTED NUTRITION SCREENING
INSTRUMENTS: WHAT DOES DATA FROM THE AUSTRALIAN LONGITUDINAL
STUDY OF AGEING TELL US?
Tuesday
M. Hoogsteen-Ossewaarde*, M. HOOGSTEEN-OSSEWAARDE, A. BOS, J. CLAASSEN (Dieren, The Netherlands)
M. Miller*, L. GILES, R. VISVANATHAN, L. COBIAC, M. LUSZCZ (Adelaide,
Australia)
PB7 248 ›
HIGHER C-REACTIVE PROTEIN AND SOLUBLE TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR
RECEPTOR LEVELS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH POOR PHYSICAL FUNCTION AND
DISABILITY: A CROSS-SECTIONAL ANALYSIS OF A COHORT OF LATE MIDDLEAGED AFRICAN AMERICANS
M. Haren*, T. MALMSTROM, D. MILLER, P. PATRICK, H. PERRY, M. HERNING, W. BANKS, J. MORLEY (Saint Louis, United States)
PB7 249 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF HEALTH PROBLEMS AMONG THE FRAIL HIGH-RISK ELDERLY IN A RURAL COMMUNITY IN JAPAN
H. HONDA*, H. HAGA, S. UEKI, J. TAKATO, G. INUZUKA, T. KASAI, N. ARAYAMA, T. OKADA, S. EBATA (Sendai, Japan)
PB7 250 ›
EFFECTS OF LOWER BODY RESISTANCE AND BALANCE EXERCISES IN HOME
DWELLING JAPANESE OLDER WOMEN
N. Tomiyama*, R. HASEGAWA, M. ISLAM (Tokai, Aichi, Japan)
PB7 251 ›
LONG TERM BENEFITS OF EXERCISE ON BALANCE IN OLDER ADULTS
M. Bird*, K. HILL, K. BALL, S. HETHERINGTON , A. WILLIAMS (Launceston,
Australia)
PB7 252 ›
TRAINING FOR DYNAMIC BALANCE FUNCTION: IS IT POSSIBLE TO IMPROVE
SENSE OF BALANCE IN THE ELDERLY?
M. Kanamori* (Otsu city, Shiga-ken, Japan)
261
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PB7 253 ›
Posters
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CERTIFICATION FOR LONG-TERM CARE NEED
IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS: COMPARISON OF PARTICIPANTS
WHO UNDERGO HEALTH CHECK-UPS AT A HEALTH CENTER WITH THOSE WHO
UNDERGO CHECK-UPS AT HOME VISITS OVER A 3-YEAR FOLLOW-UP
S. YASUMURA*, E. SAITO, H. YOKOKOWA, C. KANEKO, N. SUZUKI, K. MAKIGAMI, S. UEKI, S. WATANABE (Fukushima City, Japan)
PB7 254 ›
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN A HISTORY OF FALLS AND THE ABILITY TO MULTITASK IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER PEOPLE
H. Makizako*, H. IHIRA, H. SHIMADA, L. ODDSSON, M. KIMURA, E. UCHIYAMA, T. FURUNA (Sapporo, Japan)
PB7 255 ›
PREVENTION OF FALLS IN PERSONS WITH OSTEOPOROSIS: RESULTS OF A
RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL
E. Smulders*, W. VAN LANKVELD , J. DUYSENS, R. LAAN, V. WEERDESTEYN
(Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
PB7 256 ›
THE SHORT PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE BATTERY (SPPB): CORRELATION WITH
OTHER AREAS OF COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT
A. Cruz-Jentoft*, J. DÁVILA-VALERO, B. MONTERO-ERRASQUIN, C. SÁNCHEZCASTELLANO, A. MACÍAS-OSUNA (Madrid, Spain)
Tuesday
PB7 257 ›
INCIDENCE OF FALLS AMONG OLD PEOPLE RECEIVING HOME-HELP SERVICES
IN A SWEDISH MUNICIPALITY
I. Vikman*, L. NYBERG, A. NORDLUND (Luleå, Sweden)
PB7 258 ›
CAN AN ACCELEROMETER ENHANCE TIMED-UP&GO TEST SENSITIVITY
AMONG PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON DISEASE?
J. Hausdorff*, A. WEISS, T. HERMAN, M. PLOTNIK, M. BROZGOL, I. MEIDAN, N. BOROVSKY, N. GILADI, J. HAUSDORFF (Tel Aviv, Israel)
PB7 259 ›
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BIRTH WEIGHT AND GRIP STRENGTH: A REVIEW
OF THE EVIDENCE FOR DEVELOPMENTAL INFLUENCES ON SARCOPENIA
A. Aihie Sayer*, H. SYDDALL, H. MARTIN, H. PATEL, D. BAYLIS, C. COOPER
(Southampton, United Kingdom)
PB7 260 ›
UPPER EXTREMITY MUSCLE STRENGTH IN AN ELDERLY POPULATION RELATION TO FUNCTIONING
PB7 261 ›
EXAMINATION FROM THE ACTUAL CONDITION AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL
AGENT OF THE FALL ACCIDENT IN A CERTAIN HOSPITAL
B. Sjölund*, A. WIMO, A. SKÖLDUNGER, E. VON STRAUSS (Stockholm, Sweden)
M. SHIROZU* (Kurume city, Japan)
PB7 262 ›
AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH IMPAIRED
PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE AMONG ELDERLY PEOPLE THROUGH DATA MINING
OF INCHIANTI DATA BASE
E. Grossi*, A. CHERUBINI, C. RUGGIERO, E. CIRINEI, B. GASPERINI, S. BANDINELLI,
L. FERRUCCI (Milano, Italy)
PB7 263 ›
ROLLATOR USE AND FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME OF GERIATRIC REHABILITATION
M. Bach*, L. VOGT, K. LUCKI, M. BACH, B. SCHULZE, W. BANZER (Frankfurt,
Germany)
PB7 264 ›
BIOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF OSTEOPOROSIS AND FRACTURE HISTORY IN
AMBULATORY PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED FOR INTERCURRENT DISEASES IN AN
ACUTE GERIATRICS DEPARTMENT
R. OPRISIU-FOURNIER*, C. SMARANDACHE, C. URSU, I. EL ESPER, M. BRAZIER, P. FARDELLONE, J. SEROT, A. FOURNIER (AMIENS, France)
262
Posters
PB7 265 ›
Tuesday 7
IDENTIFYING EARLY BALANCE DYSFUNCTION IN OLDER PEOPLE, AND
EFFECTIVENESS OF A HOME EXERCISE BALANCE TRAINING PROGRAM
K. Hill*, X. YANG, K. MOORE, S. WILLIAMS, L. DOWSON, K. BORSCHMANN, S. DHARMAGE (Bundoora, Australia)
PB7 266 ›
DERIVATION AND VALIDATION OF A MORTALITY-RISK INDEX FROM A COHORT
ELDERLY PATIENTS HOSPITALISED IN MEDICAL WARDS VIA EMERGENCY UNITS
M. Dramé*, J. NOVELLA, R. MAHMOUDI, P. COUTURIER, D. HEITZ, B. DE WAZIÈRES,
R. GONTHIER, O. SAINT-JEAN, F. BLANCHARD, D. JOLLY, T. (Reims, France)
PB7 267 ›
DIETARY CALCIUM INTAKE HAS NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON BONE TURNOVER
INDEPENDENT OF PARATHYROID HORMONE IN ELDERLY WOMEN
PB7 268 ›
INCIDENCE, MAIN DETERMINANTS AND PREDICTION OF THE RISK OF EARLY
UNPLANNED READMISSION AMONG MEDICAL INPATIENTS AGED 75 AND OVER
ADMITTED THROUGH EMERGENCY UNITS. THE FRENCH SAFES STUDY
M. Yamauchi*, K. NAWATA, S. TAKAOKA, T. YAMAGUCHI, T. SUGIMOTO (Izumo, Japan)
I. LANIECE*, P. COUTURIER, M. DRAME, G. GAVAZZI, S. LEHMAN, D. JOLLY, P. LANG,
J. NOVELLA, F. BLANCHARD, A. (GRENOBLE, France)
PB7 269 ›
EFFECTS OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY IN GERIATRIC
PATIENTS AFTER HIP FRACTURE SURGERY
I. ARTAZA*, M. URKIZA, I. OLIVARES, N. LAUZIRIKA, I. AURRE, E. ELGEZUA, V. MARTINEZ, E. AGIRRE (AMOREBIETA, Spain)
MISMATCH OF PHYSICAL AND CLINICAL MEASUREMENTS OF DECUBITUS RISK T. Münzer*, L. GERHARDT, D. SIEGFRIED, G. BISCHOFBERGER, C. HÜRNY (St. Gallen, Switzerland)
PB7 271 ›
IMPACT OF DIFFERENT PARAMETERS IN LENGTH OF STAY AND FUNCTIONAL
RECOVERY IN AN ELDERLY HIP FRACTURE PROGRAM
Tuesday
PB7 270 ›
A. Patricia*, P. ALONSO-FERNÁNDEZ, F. BRAÑAS, R. DE DIOS, R. GARCÍA-BÓGALO,
J. MONTOYA, A. JUANES, B. IZQUIERDO, R. LARRAÍNZAR (Madrid, Spain)
PB7 272 ›
DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIP IN POST-ACUTE REHABILITATION CARE:
MEASUREMENT OF ACTIVE TIME WITH 3D ACCELEROMETERS
S. Choquette*, F. ALOR, C. LETENDRE, P. BOISSY (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB7 273 ›
INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE OSTEOPOROSIS CARE AFTER FRAGILITY FRACTURE
T. Fang*, Y. LEE, D. CHAN (Kaohsiung city, Taiwan)
PB7 274 ›
LOSS OF INDEPENDENCE IN KATZ’S ADL ABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH AN ACUTE
HOSPITALIZATION: EARLY CLINICAL MARKERS IN FRENCH ELDERLY PEOPLE
P. Lang*, D. HEITZ, M. DRAMÉ, J. ANKRI, D. SOMME, J. GAUVAIN, I. LANIÈCE, R. GONTHIER, C. JEANDEL, J. NOVELLA, T. (Reims, France)
PB7 275 ›
CORRELATES OF LIFE-SPACE MOBILITY FOR MIDDLE-AGED AND OLDER
POWER MOBILITY DEVICE USERS
C. Auger*, L. DEMERS, I. GÉLINAS, W. MILLER, J. JUTAI, M. DEPA (Montreal,
Canada)
PB7 276 ›
WHICH THERAPY AFTER 18 MONTHS OF TREATMENT WITH TERIPARATIDE IN
SEVERE SENILE OSTEOPOROSIS?
D. Maugeri*, T. GIUSEPPE DAVIDE, M. GRAZIA, F. VALENTINA, Z. CARMELA, S. ANTONINO (Catania, Italy)
PB7 277 ›
CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTATION AND VALIDATION OF THE « EDMONTON FRAIL
SCALE (EFS) » – ELDERLY FRAILTY ASSESSMENT SCALE
S. Fabrício-Wehbe*, F. SCHIAVETO, T. VENDRUSCULO, V. HAAS, R. DANTAS, R. RODRIGUES (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
263
Tuesday 7
Posters
PB7 278 ›
AN EVALUATION OF THE FALLS EXERCISE SERVICE FOR 65S AND OVER WHO
HAVE FALLEN IN GLASGOW, SCOTLAND
PB7 279 ›
FEMORAL FRACTURES IN OLD PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT: EFFICIENCY OF THE REHABILITATION PROCESS
D. Skelton*, F. NEIL (Glasgow, United Kingdom)
A. Esperanza*, A. DIGÓN, B. FERNANDEZ-MATAMOROS, M. RIERA, M. ROBLES, C.
ROQUETA, I. RIUS, E. DE JAIME, R. MIRALLES (Barcelona, Spain)
PB7 280 ›
BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE VECTOR ANALYSIS IDENTIFIES SARCOPENIA IN
NURSING HOME RESIDENTS
J. Kehayias*, A. SKAHAN, L. ITZKOWITZ, M. KHODIER (Boston, United States of America)
PB7 281 ›
DEEP DISSECTING HEMATOMA IN HOSPITALIZED GERIATRIC PATIENTS:
CONCEPT AND IMPORTANCE
L. Toutous Trellu*, A. GKOMOUZAS, G. KAYA, F. HERRMANN, A. CHERETAKIS, R.
RIZZOLI, J. SAURAT (Thonex - Geneva, Switzerland)
PB7 282 ›
EFFECTS OF A PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAM ON COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND
GAIT IN ELDERLY PERSONS SUFFERING FROM DEMENTIA
Tuesday
P. CARETTE*, G. KEMOUN, N. ROUMAGNE, G. LE CHARPENTIER, M. PACCALIN
(POITIERS, France)
PB7 283 ›
NEOVASCULAR AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION (AMD) AND
INJURIOUS FALLS: DOES DECREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LIMIT RISK? A 12MONTH PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
K. Khan *, S. SZABO, P. JANSSEN, M. POTTER, S. LORD (Vancouver , Canada)
PB7 284 ›
MUSCLE POWER AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING
OLDER PEOPLE WITH HIP FRACTURE HISTORY
J. Koskinen*, A. HEINONEN, E. PORTEGIJS, M. ALEN, I. KIVIRANTA, M. KALLINEN,
S. SIPILA (Jyvaskyla, Finland)
PB7 285 ›
EFFECTS OF A STANDARDIZED PHYSICAL TRAINING ON MOTOR
PERFORMANCES IN PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA
K. Hauer*, K. HAUER, M. SCHWENK, T. ZIESCHANG, C. BECKER, P. OSTER (69146,
Germany)
PB7 286 ›
QTL ANALYSIS OF AGING MOUSE STRAINS TO DISCOVER GENES ASSOCIATED
WITH DIFFERENCES IN LOCOMOTOR FUNCTION DURING AGING
C. Dwyer*, A. ROSSANO, E. FERNANDEZ, C. LIAO, S. PIEKE-DAHL, J. NELSON, R.
STRONG (San Antonio, United States of America)
PB7 287 ›
EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION AFTER OSTEOPOROTIC VERTEBRAL FRACTURES
W. Miller*, S. HARRIS, L. LI, L. FEEHAN, D. MACINTYRE, C. MACDONALD, O.
RESEARCH TEAM (Vancouver, Canada)
PB7 288 ›
OSTEOPOROSIS IN TUBE FED (TF)BED-RIDDEN ELDERLY FEMALE PATIENTS
J. Menczel*, E. JAUL, T. MALCOV (Jerusalem, Israel)
PB7 289 ›
ACUTE CHANGES IN CIRCULATING BRANCHED CHAIN AMINO ACIDS,
TRYPTOPHAN & PROLACTIN DURING SUSTAINED EXERCISE IN OLD MEN
PB7 290 ›
THE RESULT OF MODERN THERAPY WITH VISCOELASTIC DEVICE IN THE
ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH GONARTHROSIS
M. MÉLANÇON*, D. LORRAIN, I. DIONNE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
M. KHAYAT*, S. GHIORGHE, G. POPESCU, A. TEIXEIRA (Bucuresti, Romania)
264
Posters
Tuesday 7
PB7 291 ›
SNOEZELEN ROOM: A PRESCRIPTION FOR BALANCE IN INDIVIDUALS WITH
DEMENTIA?
PB7 292 ›
ASSOCIATION OF OXYGEN CONSUMPTION WITH LOWER LIMBS MUSCLE
PERFORMANCE IN COMMUNITY ELDERLY PEOPLE
K. Klages*, A. ZECEVIC (London, Canada)
R. BRITTO*, P. GARCIA, C. ZAMPA, J. DIAS, R. DIAS, V. PARREIRA (Belo Horizonte,
Brazil)
PB7 293 ›
COMPARING CHARLSON AND ELIXHAUSER COMORBIDITY SCALES FOR
MORTALITY PREDICTION IN OLDER BRAIN INJURY PATIENTS
J. Voss*, H. THOMPSON, N. TEMKIN, S. DIKMEN (Seattle, United States)
PB7 294 ›
FREQUENCY OF AQUATIC EXERCISES IN RELATION TO MANAGEMENT OF KNEE
AND HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS IN WOMEN
J. Sauvé* (Calgary, Canada)
PB7 295 ›
DISABILITY MODERATES THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN NEIGHBORHOOD
ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL PARTICIPATION AMONG OLDER MEN BUT NOT
WOMEN: THE NUAGE STUDY
PB7 296 ›
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN LIPID PROFILE, LIFE STYLE AND FRACTURES OF
THE VERTEBRAE IN ELDERLY WOMEN
M. Levasseur*, L. GAUVIN, L. RICHARD, M. IBRAHIMA, H. PAYETTE (Montréal, Canada)
PB7 297 ›
COMPARISONS OF FALL RISK INDEX WITH ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING,
DEPRESSION, AND QUALITY OF LIFE, FOR COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY
AMONG THREE TOWNS IN JAPAN
Tuesday
L. Susan*, C. SERBAN, A. PACURARI, C. BANCIU, V. ANCUSA, G. SAVOIU, S. GOTIA, I. ROMOSAN (Timisoara, Romania)
Y. KASAHARA*, Y. ISHIMOTO, Y. KIMURA, M. HIROSAKI, T. WADA, M. ISHINE, R. SAKAMOTO, K. OKUMIYA, K. MATSUBAYASHI (Kyoto, Japan)
PB7 298 ›
COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF THE OTAGO HOME-BASED STRENGTH
AND BALANCE RETRAINING IN SENIOR FALLERS
J. Davis*, P. GUY, T. LIU-AMBROSE, M. DONALDSON, M. ROBERTSON, K. KHAN, C. MARRA (Vancouver, Canada)
PB7 299 ›
MAPPING FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH FALLING TO THE INTERNATIONAL
CLASSIFICATION OF FUNCTIONING
PB7 300 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUBJECTIVE & OBJECTIVE PHYSICAL FUNCTION
& QUALITY OF LIFE IN PEOPLE LIVING TO ADVANCED AGE
L. Mackenzie*, A. HASSANI MEHRABAN, J. BYLES (Lidcombe, Australia)
K. Hayman*, N. KERSE , R. ELIZABETH, M. CONNOLLY, T. WILKINSON (Auckland,
New Zealand)
PB7 301 ›
EFFECTS OF JUMP TRAINING PLUS LOW-INTENSITY RESISTANCE TRAINING
WITH MODERATE VASCULAR OCCLUSION (LIO) ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY OF
HEALTHY ELDERLY AND MIDDLE-AGED FEMALES
Y. Yokokawa*, I. KAI (Matsumoto, Japan)
PB7 302 ›
AGE-FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES, WALKABILITY, AND HEALTH: A REVIEW OF
EMPIRICAL STUDIES
E. Hwang*, K. HACKETT, L. CUMMINGS, A. SIXSMITH, G. GUTMAN (Vancouver, Canada)
PB7 303 ›
STAYING SAFE AT HOME: WHY AREN’T COMMUNITY DWELLING ELDERS
ACCEPTING HOME MODIFICATIONS DESIGNED TO ASSIST THEM TO LIVE
INDEPENDENTLY AT HOME?
M. Currin*, T. COMANS, C. ARCHER, J. PRYOR, M. CROTTY (Brisbane, Australia)
265
Tuesday 7
PB7 304 ›
Posters
EXERCISE FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING: RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF
EXERCISE FOR MAINTAINING INDEPENDENCE DURING AGEING
L. Day*, K. HILL, L. FLICKER, D. JOLLEY, L. SEGAL, F. CICUTTINI (Clayton,
Melbourne, Australia)
PB7 305 ›
BEDSIDE ASSESSMENT OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN OLDER FALLS PATIENTS
J. Laybourne*, J. GOODCHILD, P. BANNISTER, R. HARPER, M. HANLEY
(Manchester, United Kingdom)
PB7 306 ›
ESTIMATION OF LEAN BODY WEIGHT IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
S. Mitchell*, S. HILMER, C. KIRKPATRICK, B. GREEN, R. HANSEN, D. WILLIAMSON,
N. SINGH , A. DIWAN, B. ALLEN, T. DIAMOND, M. FIATARONE-SINGH (Sydney, Australia)
PB7 307 ›
EFFECTS OF COMBINED AEROBIC WITH RESISTANCE EXERCISE MODEL ON
PHYSICAL FITNESS AND ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN THE ELDERLY
PB7 308 ›
INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES TO ASSIST FALLING ELDERLY (ISAFE): A COMMUNITY
INITIATIVE FOR FALLS AND INJURY PREVENTION IN AUSTRALIA
D. Suksom*, A. SIRIPATT, P. LAPO, S. PATUMRAJ (Bangkok, Thailand)
J. Nitz*, S. FU, V. CAITHNESS, J. NITZ, M. TWEEDDALE (Brisbane, Australia)
Tuesday
PB7 309 ›
PREDICTORS FOR WALKING SPEED LOSS AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING
OLDER ADULTS
S. Shinkai*, Y. FUJIWARA, H. YOSHIDA, H. AMANO, S. LEE, N. WATANABE, H. YOSHIDA, T. SUZUKI (Tokyo, Japan)
PB7 310 ›
PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF BIO-ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE EQUATIONS IN
PREDICTING FAT FREE MASS IN AN AUSTRALIAN POPULATION
S. Yu*, R. ADAMS, D. WILSON, I. CHAPMAN, P. PHILLIPS, R. VISVANATHAN
(Adelaide, Australia)
PB7 311 ›
A COMPARISON OF HUMAN PLASMA GLYCOPROTEOME BETWEEN PRE-FRAIL
AND NON-FRAIL OLDER ADULTS
K. Shamsi*, A. PIERCE, PH.D., D. HALADE, A. RICHARDSON, PH.D., S. ESPINOZA,
M.D. (San Antonio, United States)
PB7 312 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORAL FUNCTIONS AND MENTAL, AND PHYSICAL
CONDITIONS ON THE OLDEST OLD
T. Iinuma*, K. SAITO, M. FUKUMOTO , Y. ARAI, M. TAKAYAMA, K. ASAKURA, Y. NISHIWAKI, N. HIROSE, K. KOMIYAMA, N. GIONHAKU (Tokyo, Japan)
PB7 313 ›
THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF ASSESSMENT FOR FALLING RISK IN THE ELDERLY
INPATIENTS
M. Onishi*, M. OHISHI, H. SAIDO, N. FUKUMOTO, Y. IKEDA, K. URANISHI, Y. SHIRAKAWA, H. RAKUGI, T. OGIHARA (Suita, Japan)
PB7 314 ›
REPRESENTATIONS OF OSTEOPOROSIS AT THE TIME OF ANNOUNCEMENT OF
THE DIAGNOSIS - ROAD
C. Lambert*, L. CHARLES, L. ERIC, L. FLORENCE, L. SABINE, R. GÉRARD, B. GENEVIÈVE, T. THIERRY, F. FRANÇOISE (BOULOGNE BILLANCOURT, France)
PB7 315 ›
THE FALL TELEPHONE: CAN FRAIL OLDER PEOPLE HANDLE IT?
M. Reelick*, A. LENFERINK, M. OLDE RIKKERT (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
PB7 316 ›
ACUTE MEDICAL ILLNESSES OF ELDERLY MEDICAL INPATIENTS WITH
SEVERE FUNCTIONAL DECLINE AND PREVALENCE OF IMMOBILIZATION
COMPLICATIONS AMONG FRAIL ELDERLY ADMITTED IN MEDICAL WARDS
THROUGH EMERGENCY UNITS. THE FRENCH SAFES COHORT STUDY
A. DESBOIS*, I. LANIECE, C. MILLET, S. LEHMAN, G. GAVAZZI, M. DRAME, F. BLANCHARD, P. COUTURIER, A. (GRENOBLE, France)
266
Posters
Tuesday 7
PB7 317 ›
INFLAMMATORY MARKERS AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE AMONG THE
OLDEST-OLD
PB7 318 ›
ACCELERATED SARCOPENIA: THE ADVERSE EFFECT OF DIABETES, ADIPOSITY
AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN 4000 OLDER MEN AND WOMEN
K. Tiainen*, M. HURME, A. HERVONEN, M. JYLHÄ (Tampere, Finland)
J. Lee*, T. AUYEUNG, J. LEUNG, T. KWOK, P. LEUNG, J. WOO (Hong Kong, China)
PB7 319 ›
DAY-TO-DAY VARIABILITY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF OLDER PERSONS LIVING
IN THE COMMUNITY
C. Becker* (Stuttgart, Germany)
PB7 320 ›
ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND THE FRAILTY PHENOTYPE IN COMMUNITYDWELLING YOUNG-OLD PERSONS
L. Seematter-Bagnoud*, J. SPAGNOLI, B. SANTOS-EGGIMANN (Lausanne,
Switzerland)
PB7 321 ›
STRENGTH IN OLD AGE – HEALTH EXERCISE PROGRAMME 2005-2010
DEVELOPING EXERCISE ACTIVITIES THROUGH COORDINATION
H. Starck*, E. KARVINEN, P. KALMARI, M. SÄPYSKÄ-NORDBERG, E. VUORJOKIANDERSSON (Helsinki, Finland)
PB7 322 ›
FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY IN ELDERLY AFTER A STROKE, IN A REHABILITATION
GERIATRIC HOSPITAL: A MULTI-PARAMETRIC ASSESSMENT
PB7 323 ›
USEFULNESS OF A DEDICATED TILT CLINIC IN OLDER PEOPLE WITH
UNEXPLAINED SYNCOPE, FALLS OR DIZZINESS
Tuesday
A. Misme*, V. FOSSEY DIAZ, E. COTTO, M. BENBEKINA, K. TALEB, Y. WOLMARK (Paris, France)
E. Laithwaite*, M. SALEM, S. KAMATH, R. MORRIS, T. MASUD (Nottingham,
United Kingdom)
PB7 324 ›
THE IMPACT OF A MECHANICAL THERAPY FOR OSTEOPOROSIS ON HEALTHRELATED QUALITY OF LIFE
I. Laskibar*, N. GALDONA, J. YANGUAS, A. ORBEGOZO , M. VECINO, M. GENUA, J. LARRETA, I. ALAVA, M. DÍAZ-CURIEL, E. URDANETA (San sebastian, Spain)
PB7 325 ›
THE EFFECTS OF TAI CHI ON FALL PREVENTION, FEAR OF FALLING, AND
BALANCE IN ELDERLY PEOPLE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS
I. Logghe*, A. VERHAGEN, A. RADEMAKER, S. BIERMA-ZEINSTRA, E. VAN ROSSUM, M. FABER, R. WIJNEN-SPONSELEE, B. KOES (Breda, Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
PB7 326 ›
IS THE USE OF AN ALGORITHM EFFECTIVE IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF ORTHOSTATIC
HYPOTENSION?
M. Modreker*, N. VAN DER VELDE, F. MATTACE RASO, W. VON RENTELN-KRUSE, T. VAN DER CAMMEN (Hamburg, Germany)
PB7 327 ›
MOBILITY, FUNCTIONAL ABILITY AND QUALITY-OF-LIFE AMONG PEOPLE OF 60
YEARS OR OLDER
C. Fagerström*, G. BORGLIN (Karlskrona, Sweden)
PB7 328 ›
ARE FALLS OCCURRING DURING POST-ACUTE CARE ASSOCIATED WITH
REHABILITATION OUTCOMES?
S. Rochat*, E. MARTIN, R. DREHER, P. GUILLEMIN, C. HOSKOVEC, C. BULA
(Epalinges, Switzerland)
PB7 329 ›
EMBEDDING BALANCE AND STRENGTH TRAINING IN DAILY ROUTINES (LIFE):
AN RCT OF FALL PREVENTION INTERVENTIONS
L. Clemson*, M. FIATARONE-SINGH, A. BUNDY, B. CUMMING, K. MANOLLARIS, P. O’LOUGHLAN, E. WEISSEL (Lidcombe, Australia)
267
Tuesday 7
PB7 330 ›
Posters
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL ACTIVITY: ASKING OLDER ADULTS ABOUT THEIR
EXPERIENCES, BELIEFS AND PREFERENCES
S. Domenech*, X. ROJANO, A. MIGUEZ, L. COLL, J. ROMERO, A. SALVA
(Barcelona, Spain)
PB7 331 ›
EFFECTS OF A NETWORK REHABILITATION PROGRAMME IN FRAIL OLDER PERSONS
K. Hinkka*, S. KARPPI (Turku, Finland)
PB7 332 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE BEFORE AND AFTER AN EXERCISE INTERVENTION
TARGETED TO PREVENT FALLS AND FRACTURES IN ELDERLY WOMEN
S. Karinkanta*, R. NUPPONEN, A. HEINONEN, H. SIEVÄNEN, K. UUSI-RASI, P. KANNUS (Tampere, Finland)
PB7 333 ›
MUSCLE STRENGTH IN THE KOREAN LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF
AGEING(KLOSA) PARTICIPANTS: AGE AND GENDER PATTERNS OF CORRELATES
PB7 334 ›
PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTOR FOR FALLS IN DEMENTIA PATIENTS LIVING IN
THE COMMUNITY. RESULTS FROM THE NUTRIALZ STUDY
S. Cho*, J. CHANG, H. PHANG, H. SHIN, K. BOO, H. LEE (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
A. Salva*, M. ROQUE, M. INZITARI, E. FERNANDEZ, S. ANDRIEUX, Y. GUIGOZ, B. VELLAS (Barcelona, Spain)
Tuesday
PB7 335 ›
THE IMPACT OF UNDERNUTRITION ON THE STRENGTH IN OLDER PEOPLE
J. Moriguti*, K. VILAÇA, F. PAULA, E. FERRIOLLI, J. MARCHINI, N. LIMA (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PB7 336 ›
PREDICTING FALLS DURING REHABILITATION UNIT STAYS: A PROSPECTIVE
COHORT STUDY
C. Sherrington*, S. LORD, J. CLOSE, E. BARRACLOUGH, M. TAYLOR, S. O’ROURKE, S. KURRLE, A. TIEDEMANN, R. CUMMING (SYDNEY , Australia)
PB7 337 ›
VITAMIN D STATUS AND FUNCTIONAL EFFICIENCY, BALANCE AND FALL
HISTORY IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
A. Skalska*, B. GRYGLEWSKA, T. GRODZICKI (Krakow, Poland)
PB7 338 ›
HEALTH STATUS, FUNCTIONAL ABILITIES, AND OUTCOMES OF HOSPITALIZED
OLDER PATIENTS
C. Yamvong*, P. INTARASOMBAT, W. PRASANATIKOM, N. KIJJANON, J. CHONTICHACHALALAUK, Y. JUNTORN (Bangkok, Thailand)
PB7 339 ›
INPATIENT’S HEALTH SUBJECTIVE PERCEPTION VERSUS COMPREHENSIVE
GERIATRIC VALORATION
A. Lozano*, C. ENRIC, P. NURIA, A. MARGARITA, L. CRISTINA, F. FRANCESC
(Barcelona, Spain)
PB7 340 ›
STRENGTH AND FLEXIBILITY RISE DURING FITNESS PROGRAM
PB7 341 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOING OUTDOORS AND FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT
A. Bós*, J. SOUZA, A. BÓS, R. OPPERMANN (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
M Suzukawa*, H. SHIMADA, K. KOBAYASHI, T. SUZUKI (Tokyo, Japan)
PB7 342 ›
POSTURAL CONTROL IN YOUNG OLD AND OLDEST OLD WITH HISTORY OF
RECURRENT FALLS
C. Romani Uhler*, M. PERRACINI (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB7 343 ›
THE EFFECT OF FUNCTIONAL STATUS ON THE NUMBER AND LENGTH OF
HOSPITALIZATIONS AMONG OLDER ADULTS
E. Marcus*, D. CIPEL , Z. SHAPIRA, S. VINKER, P. ZIMMERMAN , A. ELHAYANY
(Jerusalem, Israel)
268
Posters
PB7 344 ›
Tuesday 7
IMPACT OF AGE, ANTHROPOMETRIC DATA AND BODY COMPOSITION ON
CALCANEAL QUANTITATIVE ULTRASOUND
M. Neuhäuser-Berthold*, C. BRUNNER, B. EDELMANN-SCHÄFER (Giessen,
Germany)
PB7 345 ›
LDL-CHOLESTEROL LOWERING EFFECT OF BISPHOSPHONATE IN THE
ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH OSTEOPOROSIS
A. Matsuo*, M. OHISHI, M. ONISHI, T. HATA, T. OGIHARA, H. RAKUGI (Suita, Japan)
PB7 346 ›
HEALTH, SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH
PARTICIPATION OF COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY WOMEN IN A FALLS
PREVENTION TRIAL: RESULTS FROM THE « OSSéBO » STUDY
L. JOUBIN*, B. CASSOU, J. NOVELLA, M. DRAME, F. PUISIEUX, P. DEJARDIN, Y. WOLMARK, P. DARGENT-MOLINA (Villejuif, France)
Gender-specific medicine / Menopause / Ageing male
PB7 347 ›
GENETIC ANDROGEN RECEPTOR POLYMORPHISM, TESTOSTERONE AND
PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN ≥50 YEARS OLD MALES
G. Schneider*, K. NIENHAUS, J. GROMOLL, G. HEUFT , E. NIESCHLAG, M. ZITZMANN (Muenster, Germany)
PB7 348 ›
A. Benetos*, A. KEARNEY-SCHWARTZ , C. PERRET-GUILLAUME , C. LABAT , A. ZERVOUDAKI , V. PASCAL-VIGNERON , P. LACOLLEY , G. WERYHA , A. BENETOS
(Vandoeuvre lés Nancy, France)
PB7 349 ›
SEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS IN MEN OVER THE AGE OF 75 YEARS
Tuesday
EFFECTS OF LEAN AND FAT MASS ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY AND ARTERIAL
STIFFNESS IN ELDERLY WOMEN
L. Flicker*, J. CALVER, K. MCCAUL, Z. HYDE, K. JAMROZIK, G. HANKEY, O. ALMEIDA (Perth, Australia)
PB7 350 ›
CORYNEBACTERIUM UREALYTICUM INDUCED MASSIVE HEMATURIA IN AN
ELDERLY FEMALE PATIENT
PB7 351 ›
EFFECTIVENESS OF A URINARY CONTINENCE PHYSIOTHERAPY PROGRAM FOR
CHINESE ELDERLY WOMEN IN COMMUNITY
F. Bellarbre*, H. SANAA, S. SALIHA, S. JEAN-MARIE (Amiens, France)
B. LEONG*, W. MOK (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PB7 352 ›
EXPLORAING ANDROPAUSE IN MEN AS A MEANS OF REDUCING SEXUAL
DYSFUNCTION IN AGEING MALES IN EDO STATE, NIGERIA
PB7 353 ›
STUDY OF GAIT DISORDERS IN COMMUNITY-RESIDING OLDER MEN: RESULTS
FROM THE CHAMP STUDY
A. IGBAFE*, E.C. IGBAFE (yenegoa, Nigeria)
V. Srinonprasert*, H. CREASEY, L. WAITE, R. CUMMING (Bangkok, Thailand)
PB7 354 ›
SEX DRIVE, SEXUAL FUNCTIONING AND SEXUAL STRATEGIES THROUGHOUT
LIFE AND INTO VERY OLD AGE
S. Van Hooren*, W. WATERINK, J. ESHUIS (Heerlen, The Netherlands)
Gerontechnology
PB7 355 ›
EVALUATING NOCTURNAL MOTOR ACTIVITY OF DEMENTED INPATIENTS BY A
SHORT SEMI-QUANTITATIVE SCALE
G. Corte Franco*, C. PASCAL, S. FRANÇOIS, M. PHILIPPE, B. SOUTRIK (La Tronche, France)
269
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PB7 356 ›
Posters
ASSESSING COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR THE REAL TIME MONITORING OF
ELDERLY PEOPLE LIVING AT HOME
F. BREMOND*, N. ZOUBA, M. THONNAT, A. ANFOSSO, É. PASCUAL, P. MALLEA, V. MAILLAND, O. GUERIN (Sophia-Antipolis, France)
PB7 357 ›
CELLULAR, METABOLIC, NANOMOLECULAR AND SOCIAL COMPONENTS OF
HUMAN LIFE EXPECTANCY
V. Meshchaninov*, E. TKACHENKO (Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation)
PB7 358 ›
UNATTENDED AUTONOMOUS SURVEILLANCE IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING
OLDER ADULTS
J. Van Hoof*, H. KORT (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
PB7 359 ›
VIDEOCONFERENCING BETWEEN ESTABLISHMENTS - EXPERIENCES OF
HOSPITALS AT EMBRUN AND AIGUILLES IN THE HAUTES ALPES, FRANCE
P. LUTZLER*, L. PIERRE, C. VÉRONIQUE, E. NORIA, G. EMMANUEL, V. RAPHAEL
(Embrun, France)
PB7 360 ›
IMPROVING HEALTH AND SAFETY FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE THROUGH AN ETHICOF-APPRECIATION
Tuesday
T. Ghaye*, A. MELANDER WIKMAN, B. BERGVALL KÅREBORN (Luleå, Sweden)
PB7 361 ›
A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON VIDEO GAME PLAYING AMONG THE KOREAN
ELDERLY IN KOREA
PB7 362 ›
SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS AND I-ADL DEPENDENCE AMONG VERY OLD
EUROPEAN WOMEN
J. Ahn* (Cheonan, Republic of Korea)
V. Horstmann*, H. WAHL, F. OSWALD, S. IWARSSON (Lund, Sweden)
PB7 363 ›
DEVELOPING A NEW SMART DISTRESS MONITOR WITH OLDER AND DISABLED
PEOPLE: WORKING WITHIN USER CENTRED, PARTICIPATORY FRAMEWORKS
TOWARDS ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
S. Judith *, J. SIXSMITH, A. PRATESI, R. WOOLRYCH, A. SIXSMITH (Manchester,
United Kingdom)
PB7 364 ›
CAN POSTUROGRAPHY PREDICT THE RECURRENCE OF FALLS?
G. KEMOUN*, E. WATELAIN (Poitiers, France)
PB7 365 ›
INFLUENCE OF THE AQUATIC EXERCISE CONCERNING THE INDEX OF
RESISTIVITY CAROTID AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN ELDERLY WOMEN
PB7 366 ›
USING A WEARABLE ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM– OPPORTUNITIES AND
THREATS
Y Meneses*, R. VALE, T. CAMPOS, A. ANDRADE (Teresina, Brazil)
V. Williams*, C. VICTOR, R. MCCRINDLE, P. LEVENE (Reading, United Kingdom)
PB7 367 ›
USE OF TELEMEDICINE TO STRENGTHEN A PROGRAM OF BEST PRACTICES IN
NURSING HOMES
D. Princiaux*, G. HEBRARD, J. BUONO, A. LECLERC, M. BENBADIS, O. MAGNILLAT,
I. AWADA, V. RIALLE, J. DESAINDES, A. FRANCO (Grenoble, France)
PB7 368 ›
THE REALAGE® ALGORITHM: A NEW MATHEMATICAL APPROACH TO
BIOLOGICAL AGE ASSESSMENT BASED ON ROUTINE LABORATORY TESTS
G. Enzo*, E. GROSSI, S. CAVUTO, V. GRAZIOLI (Milano, Italy)
PB7 369 ›
THE EUROPEAN PROJECT SMILING: SELF MOBILITY IMPROVEMENT IN THE
ELDERLY BY COUNTERACTING FALLS
F. Marcellini*, M. BULGHERONI, S. BAR-HAIM (Ancona, Italy)
270
Posters
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Intensive care
PB7 370 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE (QOL) OF ELDERLY SURVIVORS 12 MONTHS AFTER
DISCHARGE FROM A MEDICAL ICU
E. SACANELLA*, M. NAVARRO, J. NICOLAS, F. MASANES, A. LÓPEZ-SOTO
(BARCELONA, Spain)
PB7 371 ›
HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS REACTIVITY AND
DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE SULFATE PLASMATIC CONCENTRATIONS IN
CRITICALLY ILL ELDERLY
E. Ferreira Da Mota*, K. KLOUCHE, L. AMIGUES, P. CORNE, R. DURANT
(Montpellier, France)
Long-term care
PB7 372 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF HOME CARE CLIENTS IN POLAND AND THE PROFILE OF
DELIVERED NURSING SERVICES
S. Chlabicz*, W. MOJSA, S. CHLABICZ, L. MARCINOWICZ, Z. STOJAK (Bialystok,
Poland)
PB7 373 ›
CARE HOME RESIDENTS’ ENJOYMENT OF STRUCTURED ACTIVITY CLASSES: AN
OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
G. Fox*, J. MCCREANOR, L. GOMEZ, M. CATTAN (Leeds, United Kingdom)
EFFECT OF ANTIBIOTICS ON MORTALITY IN NURSING HOME RESIDENTS WITH
PNEUMONIA AND DEMENTIA
J. Van der Steen*, P. LANE, N. KOWALL, D. KNOL, L. VOLICER (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
PB7 375 ›
SPECIFIC TRAINING IN GERONTOLOGY : A CHALLENGE FOR THE XXITH CENTURY
PB7 376 ›
26TH ANNUAL DAYS OF THE SFGG, 5-6 OCTOBER 2005, VALIDATION A METHOD
FOR COMMUNICATING WITH ELDERLY DEMENTIA PATIENTS
Tuesday
PB7 374 ›
D. princiaux*, p. michot, m. marzais (grenoble, France)
M. Dauriac*, D. MARIE CHRISTINE (Paris, France)
PB7 377 ›
CARE PLAN LIFE PLAN
T. Gressier*, G. THIERRY (Paris, France)
PB7 378 ›
CONCEPT OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY OR RATHER OF PLURAL PROFESSIONALISM
A. Engelstein* (Paris, France)
PB7 379 ›
NURSING COMPETENCIES IN GERIATRICS
M. Auger*, A. MARIE CLAIRE (Paris, France)
PB7 380 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF AN INCLUSIVE INDEX OF HEALTH ASSESSMENT FOR ELDERLY
PB7 381 ›
PREVENTION OF THE RISKS RELATED TO A BAD INSTALLATION IN THE
ARMCHAIR OF ELDERLY BEDRIDDEN PATIENTS IN LONG TERM CARE UNIT
H. Masaki*, K. KURODA, M. TANIMOTO, Y. TAKAHASHI, M. TORITA, T. KITA (Chiba, Japan)
M. MANCIAUX*, M. GODART, I. CROCI, R. LEROY (NANCY, France)
PB7 382 ›
IMPACT OF A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR NURSING STAFF ON CHRONIC PAIN IN
RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA IN LONG TERM CARE INSTITUTIONS
L. Misson*, R. VERREAULT, M. AUBIN, M. SAVOIE, T. HADJISTAVROPOULOS, S. LE MAY, M. BEAULIEU, P. VOYER, S. KAASALAINEN, P. CARMICHAEL (Québec,
Canada)
271
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PB7 383 ›
Posters
DETERMINING FACTORS OF PHYSICAL RESTRAINT IN ELDERLY POPULATION
IN A LONG STAY WARD
M. MICHEL*, A. BEAUMANOIR-LAMBOTTE, O. MICHEL, F. JEGO, A. LANNOU, P. JOUANNY (RENNES, France)
PB7 384 ›
TECHNOLOGY AND LONG-TERM CARE (TLC)
S. Reder*, G. AMBLER, M. PHILIPOSE, S. HEDRICK (Seattle, United States)
PB7 385 ›
THE « HARD TO PLACE » OR « DIFFICULT TO PLACE » PATIENT
D. Maher* (Vancouver, Canada)
PB7 386 ›
LIFE CONDITIONS OF KOREAN CENTENARIANS LIVING IN BUSAN AREA, SOUTH
KOREA: IN THE CONTEXT OF FAMILY
Y. Son*, Y. KIM, H. PARK, D. KIM, J. LEE, J. LIM, E. KIM (Busan, Republic of Korea)
PB7 387 ›
STABILIZING FACTORS OF HOME CARE AFTER HOSPITAL DISCHARGE: A
LATENT PROFILE ANALYSIS
PB7 388 ›
HEALTH PROMOTION IN LONG-TERM CARE
W. Wiedermann*, B. JENULL (Klagenfurt, Austria)
A. Horn*, M. BRAUSE, D. SCHAEFFER, A. BÜSCHER (Bielefeld, Germany)
Tuesday
PB7 389 ›
IMPLEMENTING A NATIONAL LONG TERM CARE SYSTEM ON A UNIVERSAL
BASIS: EXPERIENCE OF SPAIN
A. Salva*, T. RIVERO, J. FERNANDEZ, X. ROJANO, A. CALLE (Barcelona, Spain)
PB7 390 ›
THE INSTITUTIONALIZED PEOPLE HEALTH SURVEY OF CATALONIA:
COMORBIDITY AND DISABILITY IN NURSING HOMES AND LONG TERM CARE
HOSPITAL UNITS
X. Rojano*, P. BRUGULAT, L. COLL, E. SÉCULI, A. SALVÀ (Barcelona, Spain)
Metabolic syndrome / Diabetes / Obesity / Nutrition / Food
PB7 391 ›
BODY MASS INDEX AND FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT IN THE AGED WOMEN
Y. Shen*, C. HSU, Y. CHEN, K. HUANG (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
PB7 392 ›
CAUSES OF DECREASED ACTIVITY OF DAILY LIFE IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WHO
NEED CARE OF DAILY LIVING
PB7 393 ›
ASSESSMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION BY BIOELECTICAL IMPEDANCE AND
ANTHROPOMETRY IN ELDERLY IN-PATIENTS: EFFECT OF OEDEMA
H. Yoshino*, T. SAKURAI, K. HASEGAWA, K. YOKONO (Kobe, Japan)
D. LECOIN*, D. LECOIN, G. GOLMARD, R. RAYNAUD-SIMON (Saint Maurice, France)
PB7 394 ›
WEIGHT LOSS AS AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR OF 3-MONTH MORTALITY IN
HOSPITALIZED SUB-ACUTE CARE ELDERLY PATIENTS
C. Forasassi*, A. NUYTTENS, J. GOLMARD, I. MYARA, A. RAYNAUD-SIMON (IvRy SUR seine, France)
PB7 395 ›
DIETITIANS SHOW MORE RESPECT TO THE ELDERLY- A QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
PB7 396 ›
HOW HEALTHY IS THE DIET OF LONESOME PORTUGUESE ELDERLY?
P. Werner*, O. STONE (Haifa, Israel)
D. Santos*, S. RODRIGUES, A. TRICHOPOULOU, M. DE ALMEIDA (Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil)
PB7 397 ›
BODY MASS INDEX AND WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE ARE ASSOCIATED WITH
INCREASED PREVALENCE AND INCIDENCE OF LOWER BACK PAIN
M. Kumari*, P. ZANINOTTO, C. DE OLIVEIRA (LONDON, United Kingdom)
272
Posters
PB7 398 ›
Tuesday 7
DOES NUTRITIONAL GUIDELINES ENSURE GOOD ROUTINES IN NUTRITIONAL
CARE OF ELDERLY SUBJECTS WITH COMMUNITY SUPPORT?
J. Törmä*, M. SELLGREN, Y. MATTSSON SYDNER, B. KARLSTRÖM, M. CARLSSON, T. CEDERHOLM, A. SALETTI (Uppsala, Sweden)
PB7 399 ›
COMMUNITY BASED PREVALENCE OF DIABETES MELLITUS 2 AMONG ELDERLY
AND ASSOCIATION WITH HEALTH STATUS
I. gomes*, K. Viegas, P. ENGROFF, G. DECARLI, C. SCHWANKE, I. DA SILVA FILHO (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PB7 400 ›
PREVALENCE OF METABOLIC SYNDROME IN THE ELDERLY
C. Lopes* (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB7 401 ›
RELATION BETWEEN AGING AND SUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF CANDESARTAN ON
NEW-ONSET DIABETES : CASE-J TRIAL SUBANALYSIS
PB7 402 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLYPHARMACY STATUS AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS
IN ELDERLY PERSONS
T. Ogihara*, A. FUJIMOTO, K. NAKAO, T. SARUTA (Osaka, Japan)
J. Jyrkkä*, H. ENLUND, P. LAVIKAINEN, A. TUOVINEN, R. SULKAVA, S. HARTIKAINEN (Kuopio, Finland)
AGE, BODY MASS INDEX AND MORTALITY A 42 YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY IN A
GENERAL POPULATION
PB7 404 ›
A NEW ENTERAL FORMULA SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR THE ELDERLY: AN
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN THE AGED RAT
A. Gulsvik*, D. THELLE, M. MOWÉ, T. WYLLER (Oslo, Norway)
A. Raynaud-Simon*, M. KUHN, J. MARC, J. MOULIS, L. CYNOBER, C. LOI (Paris,
France)
PB7 405 ›
Tuesday
PB7 403 ›
METABOLIC SYNDROME IN OLDER SUBJECTS: COINCIDENCE OR CLUSTERING?
M. Bo*, A. SONA, M. ASTENGO, A. BRESCIANINI, M. COMBA, G. FONTE (Torino, Italy)
PB7 406 ›
SYMPTOMATIC HYPONATREMIA SECONDARY TO UNKNOWN HYPOPITUITARISM
PB7 407 ›
SENILE LOCAL EYE AMYLOIDOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH AGE-RELATED MACULAR
DEGENERATION
V. Curiale*, A. RUELLE, C. PRETE (Genova, Italy)
V. Ermilov* (Volgograd, Russian Federation)
PB7 408 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF RACE AND INCOME ON HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF
LIFE AMONG OLDER DIABETICS AND NON-DIABETICS
J. McDonald*, Y. WANG (Washington, United States)
PB7 409 ›
ASSOCIATION OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF
LIFE AMONG OLDER INPATIENTS WITH DELIRIUM
M. Laakkonen*, J. LAURILA, T. STRANDBERG, R. TILVIS, K. PITKÄLÄ (Helsinki,
Finland)
PB7 410 ›
PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF TOLERANCE OF UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL
ENDOSCOPY IN 70+ YEAR OLD PATIENTS
C. COLLIARD*, L. DE DECKER, M. BERLIOZ-THIBAL, V. OULD AOUDIA, G. BERRUT
(Nantes, France)
PB7 411 ›
ASSOCIATION OF WAIST-TO-HEIGHT RATIO WITH INDICATORS OF OBESITY AND
METABOLIC RISK FACTORS AMONG MIDDLE-AGED AND OLDER ADULTS IN
RURAL AREAS
Z. YASSIN*, F. ARSHAD, N. A. KARIM, R. MOHD YUSOF, N. ABDUL GHANI, H. ABU SAAD, A. ABDUL RAHMAN (SERDANG, Malaysia)
273
Tuesday 7
PB7 412 ›
Posters
CHRONIC DISEASE AND CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH BMI IN A POPULATION
OF OLDER ADULTS LIVING IN THE AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITY
J. Kellett*, J. PYUN, K. BROCK, M. FIATARONE-SINGH, A. BUNDY, R. CUMMING, R. CANT, L. CLEMSON (Lidcombe, Australia)
PB7 413 ›
IS STATIN THERAPY REALLY FAVORABLE FOR THE HOSPITALIZED VERY OLD
SUBJECTS?
C. LAGUILLIER*, I. PEYRON, C. DICHAMP, A. LAHLOU, C. COTTART, J. BEAUDEUX, V. NIVET (IVRY-sur-SEINE, France)
PB7 414 ›
PREVALENCE OF GASTROINTESTINAL SYMPTOMS AND ASSOCIATION WITH
CLINICAL AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS IN ELDERLY
G. Crepaldi*, M. NOALE, A. PILOTTO, M. FRANCESCHI, G. PARISI, S. MAGGI
(Padova, Italy)
PB7 415 ›
FRUIT INTAKE INFLUENCES BONE MINERAL DENSITY (BMD) AMONG
JAPANESE MIDDLE-AGED AND ELDERLY
F. Ando*, T. IMAI, R. OTSUKA, Y. KATO, Y. MATSUI, M. TAKEMURA , H. SHIMOKATA
(Nagoya, Japan)
PB7 416 ›
OBESITY AND PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING IN THE ENGLISH LONGITUDINAL
STUDY OF AGEING (ELSA)
PB7 417 ›
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
FROM THE SU.VI.MAX2 STUDY
Tuesday
C. De Oliveira*, M. KUMARI, P. ZANINOTTO (London, United Kingdom)
S. Péneau*, P. GALAN, C. JEANDEL, S. HERCBERG, M. FERRY, E. KESSE-GUYOT
(Montpellier, France)
PB7 418 ›
GLYCEMIC CIRCADIAN RHYTHMICITY IN ELDERLY WITH DIABETES
A. Terminet*, R. DURANT, J. COURREGE, J. LAFAILLIE, A. AVIGNON, C. JEANDEL
(Montpellier, France)
PB7 419 ›
GENDER DIFFERENCE REGARDING DYSLIPIDEMIA AND GLUCOSE SERUM
LEVELS AS PREDICTIVE FACTORS FOR COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION IN ELDERLY
O. Toana*, H. FLORENTINA , R. DRAGHICI, D. STATE, C. GLAVCE (Bucharest,
Romania)
PB7 420 ›
FRAIL ELDERLY OUT-PATIENTS: PREDICTORS OF OUTCOME AFTER ONE YEAR
A. Moiziard*, J. GOLMARD, A. RAYNAUD-SIMON (Ivry SUR Seine, France)
PB7 421 ›
INCREASED WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE THE MOST IMPORTANT CRITERIA FOR
DETECTING METABOLIC SYNDROME IN THE ELDERLY
PB7 422 ›
FACTORS ASSOCIATED TO OVERWEIGHT AGED INDIVIDUALS ASSISTED BY THE
FAMILY HEALTH PROGRAM IN VITÓRIA, ESPIRITO SANTO, BRAZIL
A. Bós*, J. SILVA, N. TERRA, I. SILVA-FILHO (Porto Alegre , Brazil)
G. Campos*, G. MONTEIRO (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PB7 423 ›
UNDERNUTRITION AND NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
F. Tahmasebi*, P. BORIES, K. LE DUDAL, O. MONTAGNE, C. MILLOT, S. HERBAUD, A. MEZIERE, E. PAILLAUD (Créteil, France)
PB7 424 ›
TASTE PERCEPTION AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS – IS
THERE AN ASSOCIATION WITH MEDICATION?
PB7 425 ›
INTERVENTIONS TO MAINTAIN OR IMPROVE THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF
MALNOURISHED ELDERLY IN-PATIENTS
S. Maluck*, K. KUCZ, D. HANRIEDER, M. WIESE, A. WEIMANN (Wolmirstedt, Germany)
P. Yoon*, C. LIEN, M. CHEONG, S. INDARANI, H. CHONG, M. CHIANG (Singapore)
274
Posters
Tuesday 7
PB7 426 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CONSUMPTION OF DIETARY PHOTOPROTECTIVE
FOODS WITH THE SKIN REACTION TO UV RADIATION DUE TO SUN EXPOSURE
OF A VACATIONING POPULATION OF THE SOUTHERN COASTLINE OF BRAZIL
PB7 427 ›
SENSORY CHANGES AFFECT APPETITE IN THE OLD
L. Rocha*, S. FERNANDES, G. BELLO, A. SCHNEIDER (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
L. Palarieru-Abramovich*, H. BAREL, V. GREEN, A. SHAHAR (Modeein, Israel)
PB7 428 ›
EFFECT OF AGE ON GLUCOSE AND CHOLESTEROL CONCENTRATION DIABETES
DISEASE
H. Karimi*, S. MOHAMMADZADEH (Dezful, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PB7 429 ›
NORMAL BODY MASS INDEX RATHER THEN OBESITY PREDICTS INCREASED
MORTALITY IN THE ELDERLY
PB7 430 ›
THE MEANING OF QUALITY OF LIFE ACCORDING TO THE EXPERIENCES OF
ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS WITH TYPE-II DIABETES MELLITUS
J. Stessman*, M. BURSZTYN, J. JACOBS (Jerusalem, Israel)
R. Popim*, R. JANE (Botucatu, Brazil)
PB7 431 ›
NUTRITION RISK AND LIVING TO ADVANCED AGE
C. Wham*, R. TEH, N. KERSE (Auckland, New Zealand)
PB7 432 ›
T. Lyyra *, J. SALLINEN , R. LEINONEN, M. HIRVENSALO, T. LYYRA, E. HEIKKINEN, T. RANTANEN (Jyvaskyla, Finland)
PB7 433 ›
SOY FOOD AND ISOFLAVONE INTAKE AND PHYSICAL DISABILITY IN OLDER
WOMEN
Tuesday
BODY MASS INDEX AND PERCEIVED BARRIERS TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG
OLDER PEOPLE
J. Kim*, Y. LEE, J. BACK (Suwon, Republic of Korea)
PB7 434 ›
UNIVERSAL PROVISION OF DIABETIC DIET IN A CARE HOME: DOES IT HELP IN
DIABETES CARE?
PB7 435 ›
TOTAL ENERGY EXPENDITURE OF INDEPENDENT OLDER BRAZILIANS LIVING
IN AN URBAN COMMUNITY: A DOUBLY LABELED WATER STUDY
C. Huang*, M. LIN, L. CHEN, S. HWANG, C. LAN (Taipei city, Taiwan)
K. Pfrimer*, . MARCHINI, J. MORIGUTI, N. LIMA, P. FORMIGHIERI, E. FERRIOLLI
(Ribeirao Preto, Brazil)
PB7 436 ›
PATIENT EDUCATION IN AN ACUTE CARE SETTING. FEASABILITY AND
MEDIUM-TIME EFFECTS OF A SHORT PARTICIPATORY PATIENT-EDUCATION
FOCUSING ON HYPERTENSION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH NON-INSULINDEPENDENT DIABETES
H. Burkhardt*, A. KOFFNER, R. GLADISCH (Mannheim, Germany)
PB7 437 ›
STUDY OF DIABETES AS A RISK FACTOR FOR STROKE FOR ELDERLY PATIENTS
IN THE THREE-CITY STUDY
I. Bourdel-Marchasson*, E. PUGET, C. HELMER, J. DARTIGUES, K. RITCHIE, C. TZOURIO (Pessac, France)
PB7 438 ›
WATER INTAKE IN ELDERLY PATIENTS ON A GERIATRIC WARD
PB7 439 ›
THE COMPARISON IN THE MOTIVATIONS OF FOOD CHOICES BETWEEN
ELDERLY JAPANESE LIVING IN THE COMMUNITY AND UNIVERSITY STUDENT
M. Yeung*, D. ALSHEIKH ALI, E. EKPO (London, United Kingdom)
S. Kato*, H. OSADA (Kyoto, Japan)
275
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Posters
PB7 440 ›
USING QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITIVE RESEARCH METHODS TO UNDERSTAND
HEALTHY OLDER CONSUMERS LIKING OF ORAL NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS (ONS)
PB7 441 ›
FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN POLYMYALGIA RHEUMATICA; BASELINE DATA OF A
CLINICAL TRIAL
O. Kennedy*, L. METHVEN, K. RAHELU, N. ECONMOU, M. GOSNEY (Reading, UK)
M. Björkman*, H. HYVÄRINEN, R. TILVIS (HUS, Finland)
PB7 442 ›
THE USE OF ICE CREAM AS A NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT FORMAT FOR OLDER
PEOPLE
L. Methven*, O. KENNEDY, A. WILBEY, L. LADBROOKE-DAVIS, L. KINNEAVEY, M. GOSNEY (Reading, United Kingdom)
PB7 443 ›
NUTRITIONAL STATUS, ENERGY AND NUTRIENT INTAKE OF ELDERLY SERVICE
HOUSING CLIENTS
M. Suominen*, A. JOKI, S. MUURINEN, H. SOINI, K. PITKALA (Helsinki, Finland)
Network of excellence
PB7 444 ›
IMPACT OF THE PRESENCE OF A CLINICAL PHARMACIST IN UNIVERSITY
HOSPITAL WARDS ON THE ELDERLY OR POLYMEDICATED PATIENTS CARE
Tuesday
J. Petermans*, T. VAN HEES, J. DELPORTE (Liège, Belgium)
PB7 445 ›
THE FIRST SYSTEM OF REFERENCE FOR THE MEDICAL PRACTICE OF
HOMEOPATHY IN FRANCE
PB7 446 ›
CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING AN ON-LINE MSC GERONTOLOGY PROGRAMME :
AN EU PARTNERSHIP PERSPECTIVE
PB7 447 ›
TEACHING,SERVICES IN LATIN AMERICA:COSTA RICA CASE
PB7 448 ›
THE PATIENT’S PERSPECTIVE OF QUALITY IN AN AGED HEALTHCARE PROGRAM
PB7 449 ›
THE ANALYSIS OF THE ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN
GERIATRICS SOCIETY
J. Billot* (Issy-les -Moulineaux, France)
K. Horton*, P. SMITH (Guildford, United Kingdom)
F. Morales-Martinez* (San José, Costa Rica)
I. Cameron*, L. WHITE (Sydney, Australia)
Y. Roh*, M. CHOI (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PB7 450 ›
GERIATRIC CARES IN NORTH WESTERN EUROP : WHAT ARE THE REGIONAL
DIFFERENCES?
N. Blettner*, J. PETERMANS, M. BERTHEL, N. N. BLETTNER, J. DANION, V. HANSMANN, A. SANCHEZ, M. VAN DER LINDEN, M. PETER, I. PIFFER, C. ORTOLEVA (Liège, Belgium)
PB7 451 ›
INCREASING THE PERCENTAGE OF APPROPRIATE REFERRALS BY A GERIATRIC
MOBILE TEAM, AS A MARKER OF IT EFFICIENCY
T. Joucdar*, F. BLOCH, Y. SPIVAC, A. LE BELLER, A. RIGAUD, N. CHARASZ (Paris, France)
PB7 452 ›
MEDICATION RECONCILIATION: IDENTIFYING MEDICATION DISCREPANCIES IN
ACUTELY ILL HOSPITALIZED OLDER ADULTS
PB7 453 ›
THE GERONTONET FEASIBILITY STUDY. A DESCRIPTION OF 414 EUROPEAN
OLDER PEOPLE
D. Villanyi*, M. FOK, R. WONG, J. DELEMOS, F. PATAKY (Vancouver, Canada)
G. Abellan*, G. GAMBASSI, C. RAJKUMAR, A. CRUZ-GENTOFT, A. SINCLAIR, B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
276
Posters
PB7 454 ›
Tuesday 7
TRIGGER TOOL METHODOLOGY TO ASSESS ADVERSE DRUG EVENT
MEASUREMENT IN A GERIATRIC HOSPITAL
D. Villaneau*, N. VOGT-FERRIER (Thônex-Genève, Switzerland)
Nursing home
PB7 455 ›
PERCEPTIONS OF ORAL HEALTH ADEQUACY IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES
IN TOKYO
K. Shimoyama*, A. HAGIMOTO (Tokyo, Japan)
PB7 456 ›
INFECTION AND ITS CONTROL IN GROUP HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY IN JAPAN
S. Ebihara*, T. EBIHARA, K. OSAKA, H. ARAI (Sendai, Japan)
PB7 457 ›
ASSESSING QUALITY IN AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES MADE
EASY: THE RESCAREQA
PB7 458 ›
PRESERVATIVE CARE. ON GOOD DAILY, CONCRETE NURSING CARE FOR
VULNERABLE ELDERLY IN NURSING HOMES
M. O’Reilly*, M. COURTNEY, H. EDWARDS, S. HASSALL (KELVIN GROVE, Australia)
J. Jukema*, M. GRYPDONCK, M. VERKERK (Zwolle, The Netherlands)
PB7 459 ›
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR THREE AGED HOMES IN THE SPECIAL
ADMINISTRATIVE REGION OF MACAO, CHINA IN 2008-2009
PB7 460 ›
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND RELATED FACTORS AMONG ELDERLY WOMEN
N. Sarafraz*, A. BAGHERI, F. ABASZADE, M. KAFAIE (Kashan, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PB7 461 ›
Tuesday
A. CHIU* (Hong Kong, CHINA)
THE STANDARD FOR THE PROVISION OF RESIDENTS OF INPATIENT NURSING
INSTITUTIONS OF MARSEILLE-KLINIKEN AG WITH NUTRITION AND LIQUIDS
U. Olschewski*, C. LÖSCHMANN, S. DIETSCHE, U. ARENS-AZEVÊDO (Hamburg,
Germany)
PB7 462 ›
IMPROVED QUALITY OF CARE USING THE RAI-MDS INSTRUMENT IN AN
ITALIAN NURSING HOME BETWEEN 1999-2007
G. Menculini*, M. FATICHENTI, N. POPA, S. SIMONCINI, G. SORBINO, M. MARCACCI,
A. OCHESALU, A. PECYNA , G. DELL’AQUILA, U. SENIN, A. CHERUBINI (Perugia, Italy)
PB7 463 ›
PRACTICE GUIDELINE ON PHYSICAL RESTRAINTS - THE GUIDELINE GROUP
MEMBERS’ PERSPECTIVE
A. Haut*, W. SCHNEPP, G. MEYER (Witten, Germany)
PB7 464 ›
WHICH APPLICATION AND WHICH EFFECT OF «SNOEZELEN» FOR DEMENTED
PEOPLE LIVING IN NURSING HOME?
V. Dubost*, C. RIGAUD-PERCHEY, P. DENORMANDIE (PARIS, France)
PB7 465 ›
ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS ON PHYSICAL
RESTRAINT USE IN NURSING HOMES
R. Moehler*, A. HAUT, G. BARTOSZEK, G. MEYER (Witten, Germany)
PB7 466 ›
PREDICTORS OF WHEELED MOBILITY IN INDIVIDUALS IN RESIDENTIAL CARE
W. Mortenson*, W. MILLER, C. BACKMAN, J. OLIFFE (Vancouver, Canada)
PB7 467 ›
CONSTRUCTIVE STAFF-FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS IN RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE
L. McAuliffe*, R. NAY, T. BATHGATE, M. BAUER, M. O’DONNELL, D. FETHERSTONHAUGH, M. WINBOLT, E. HAESLER, B. KOCH (Melbourne, Australia)
277
Tuesday 7
PB7 468 ›
Posters
PATTERNS OF CHOLINESTERASE-INHIBITOR AND MEMANTINE USE IN
NURSING HOMES: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF 1975 RESIDENTS
N. Barro-Belaygues*, S. GÉRARD, G. ABELLAN VAN KAN, S. GUYONNETGILLETTE, Y. ROLLAND, B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
PB7 469 ›
THE PRACTICE OF SPUTUM ASPIRATION AND TUBE FEEDING BY NURSES AND
CAREGIVERS AT SPECIAL NURSING HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY
T. MIZUNO*, M. KONAGAYA, T. KAMEI, S. SAKAI, Y. LAU, R. IZAWA, M. NISIDA, K. KANAGAWA, K. OTA, K. ISHIGAKI, K. NAKAJIMA (Tokyo, Japan)
PB7 470 ›
LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATION IN NURSING HOMES: IMPACT ON QUALITY,
JOB SATISFACTION AND COST
PB7 471 ›
ATTITUDES OF NURSING HOME RESIDENTS
PB7 472 ›
PRESSURE ULCER GUIDELINE DEVELOPMENT AND DISSEMINATION IN EUROPE
A. Havig* (Oslo, Norway)
G. Bartoszek*, N. KOLBE, S. STRUPEIT, A. HAUT (Witten, Germany)
Tuesday
E. Meesterberends*, R. HALFENS, C. LOHRMANN, R. DE WIT (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
Pain
PB7 473 ›
COMPATIBILITY STUDY OF EFFERVESCENT ANALGESIC TRAMADOL 37.5MG/ PARACETAMOL 325 MG ZALDIAR® AND AN INSTANT THICKENER (RESOURCE®)
PB7 474 ›
HERPES ZOSTER AND POST-HERPETIC NEURALGIA SERIOUSLY IMPACT
PATIENTS’ QUALITY OF DAILY LIFE
M. Serrano*, F. MENÉNDEZ, L. IGNACIO (Madrid, Spain)
S. Schmitt*, T. WEINKE, A. EDTE, K. LUKAS (Postdam, Germany)
PB7 475 ›
EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF OXYCODONE AND NALOXONE IN A PROLONGED
RELEASE (PR) FIXED COMBINATION TABLET IN ELDERLY (≥ 65 YEARS)
PATIENTS WITH MODERATE TO SEVERE CHRONIC PAIN
W. Kremers*, E. LUX, P. LEYENDECKER, B. BOSSE, M. HOPP, K. REIMER, K. REIMER
(Limburg, Germany)
PB7 476 ›
SLEEP APNEA AND PAIN IN THE ELDERLY
S. Onen*, F. ONEN, G. ALBRAND, E. DECULLIER, F. CHAPUIS, C. DUBRAY
(Francheville, France)
PB7 477 ›
EVALUATION OF A MULTIFACETED PAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR
SENIORS WITH DEMENTIA LIVING IN LONG-TERM CARE INSTITUTIONS
R. Verreault*, M. AUBIN, M. SAVOIE, T. HADJISTAVROPOULOS, S. LE MAY, M. BEAULIEU, P. VOYER, S. KAASALAINEN, L. MISSON (Québec, Canada)
PB7 478 ›
TREATMENT OF CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
K. SawiNski*, P. NAWROT, A. JAKRZEWSKA-SAWINSKA, A. NOWAKOWSKI (Poznan,
Poland)
PB7 479 ›
PAIN AND INTERVENTIONS IN GERMAN NURSING HOMES
K. Kopke*, D. DRÄGER (Berlin, Germany)
PB7 480 ›
INTEREST OF A PROCEDURE FOR HELPING PRACTITIONERS IN PRESCRIPTION
OF MORPHINE WITH PATIENT CONTROLLED ANALGESIA PUMP IN ELDERLY.
F. ESCOUROLLE-PELTIER*, B. BAUNE, S. GALLERON, O. DHELIN-LIENHARD, K. TALEB, C. NATIVEL, Y. WOLMARK (PARIS, France)
278
Posters
PB7 481 ›
Tuesday 7
VALIDITY AND CLINICAL USEFULNESS OF A PAIN ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT
FOR SENIORS WITH DEMENTIA AND INABILITY TO COMMUNICATE
M. Aubin*, R. VERREAULT, M. SAVOIE, T. HADJISTAVROPOULOS, S. LE MAY, M. BEAULIEU, P. VOYER, S. KAASALAINEN, L. MISSON, P. CARMICHAEL (Québec,
Canada)
PB7 482 ›
COMPARISON OF ALGOPLUS PAIN EVALUATIONS IN DIFFERENT SETTINGS
S. BONIN-GUILLAUME*, P. RAT, E. JOUVE, L. DONNAREL, M. MICHEL, F. CAPRIZRIBIERE, S. LEFEBVRE-CHAPIRO, S. EL AOUADI, F. GAUQUELIN, C. DOLOPLUS
(MARSEILLE, France)
Prevention
PB7 483 ›
GOODMOOD - PROMOTION OF MENTAL WELLBEING IN OLDER PEOPLE
R. Leinonen*, M. KALLINEN, P. TIIKKAINEN (Kinkomaa, Finland)
PB7 484 ›
PREVENTION OF ASPIRATION PNEUMONIA IN THE ELDERLY BY CELL-SENSING
PB7 485 ›
RISK FACTORS FOR ADVERSE DRUG EVENTS IN ELDERLY HOSPITALIZED
PATIENTS: A GERIATRIC SCORE
T. Ebihara*, S. EBIHARA, M. YAMAZAKI, H. ARAI (Sendai, Japan)
C. Trivalle*, A. BURLAUD, P. DUCIMETIERE (Villejuif, France)
ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG ELDERLY INCLUDED IN ORGANIZED
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY
V. Ilakovac*, J. PLUZARIC, N. PRLIC (Osijek, Croatia)
PB7 487 ›
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AT THE AGE OF 65, AS A PREDICTIVE FACTOR OF WELL
BEING 7 YEARS LATER. THE PROOF STUDY
Tuesday
PB7 486 ›
E. CRAWFORD-ACHOUR*, M. GARET, K. CASTRO-LIONARD, B. TROMBERT, J. LACOUR, C. THOMAS-ANTERION, J. BARTHELEMY, F. ROCHE, R. GONTHIER
(SAINT-ETIENNE, France)
PB7 488 ›
RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MORTALITY IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS
WITH PRESSURE ULCERS
A. Chandra*, P. TAKAHASHI, S. CHA, P. TARGONSKI (Rochester, United States)
PB7 489 ›
FACTORS OF RISK ASSOCIATED WITH FALLS IN THE MAJOR HOSPITALIZED
ADULT K. DONOSO, C. SALAZAR, S.CASTRO.
PB7 490 ›
IS SUBOPTIMAL PRESCRIBING A RISK FACTOR FOR POOR HEALTH OUTCOMES
IN UNSELECTED ELDERS? THE ICARE DICOMANO STUDY
K. DONOSO*, D. KAREN, S. CAROLINA, C. SERGIO (SANTIAGO, Chile)
M. Di Bari *, C. POZZI, F. LAPI, G. MAZZAGLIA, M. INZITARI, D. CHIARANTINI, P. GEPPETTI, A. MUGELLI, N. MARCHIONNI, M. DI BARI (Florence, Italy)
PB7 491 ›
CHANGES IN LEVELS OF DINAMIC STRENGTH IN WOMEN ABOVE THE AGE
OF 55 SEDENTARY AND PHYSICALLY ACTIVE SUBMITTED TO A PROGRAM OF
RESISTANCE EXERCISES
M. Marcon*, D. GARIBALDI (Caxias do Sul, Brazil)
PB7 492 ›
SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND HEALTH BEHAVIOUR OF ACCIDENT AND FALL
VICTIMS: RESULTS FROM A SAMPLE STUDY IN FRANCE
A. Sitbon*, H. BOURDESSOL, S. PIN (Saint-Denis, France)
PB7 493 ›
DIABETICS PREVALENCE AND HEALTH FACTORS IN ELDERLY THAT LIVES IN
MANAUS, AMAZONAS-BRASIL
A. Souza*, J. SILVA, A. ANDRADE, M. ROCHA, E. MAIA-RIBEIRO, A. SILVEIRA, I. CRUZ, E. RIBEIRO (Manaus, Brazil)
279
Tuesday 7
PB7 494 ›
Posters
MASTICATORY PROBLEMS IN ELDERLY THA LIVES IN MANAUS, AMAZONASBRASIL: PREVALENCE AND MORBIDITIES ASSOCIATION
J. Silva*, A. SOUZA, F. CASTRO, K. MOTA, A. BRITO, J. MENEZES, E. RIBEIRO, E. MARIA-RIBEIRO, I. JUNG, I. CRUZ (Manaus, Brazil)
PB7 495 ›
NEW POLITICS FOR GLOBAL HEALTH AND LONGEVITY: COMPLEMENTARITY OF
ANTI-AGING MEDICINE WITH MENTAL HEALTH
S. Riga*, D. RIGA, L. DANAILA, A. MIHAILESCU, D. MOTOC, L. MOS, F. SCHNEIDER
(Bucharest, Romania)
PB7 496 ›
HEALTH IN ELDERLY PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN SITUATION OF POVERTY
M. Margarita* (Tlaquepaque, Mexico)
PB7 497 ›
A SIX YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY ON MORTALITY: DEPRESSION AND SELF
REPORTED HEALTH AS RISK FACTORS
J. Ferreira Santos*, A. CERQUEIRA, M. LEBRÃO, Y. DUARTE, A. FUREGATO
(Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PB7 498 ›
A NOVEL PROGRAM FOR IMPROVING FUNCTIONAL BALANCE AND LIFESTYLE
PARTICIPATION IN ADULTS AS THEY AGE
J. Nitz*, S. FU (Brisbane, Australia)
Tuesday
PB7 499 ›
THYROID SELF- EXAMINATION IN THE ELDERLY: THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTH
EDUCATION
V. Camara*, r. francioni lopes, M. LEOPOLDINO, A. VIDON, E. AFONSO, M. RODRIGUES (Niterói, Brazil)
PB7 500 ›
INTRADERMAL INFLUENZA VACCINE FOR OLDER ADULTS: IMMUNOGENICITY
OF CONSECUTIVE ANNUAL VACCINATIONS
P. Van Damme*, R. ARNOU, G. ICARDI, A. AMBROZAITIS, F. WEBER (Lyon, France)
PB7 501 ›
LABORIOUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN
OLDER JAPANESE ADULTS
PB7 502 ›
BEHAVIOURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD) : DO
YOU THINK THERE MAY BE A RELATED BIPOLAR SPECTRUM?
F. Togo*, T. MITANI, T. KOMATSU (Kawasaki, Japan)
J. DOREY*, C. BORG, D. FEDERICO, T. CELARIER, C. GIRTANNER, A. SAGNE, R. GONTHIER (SAINT-ETIENNE, France)
PB7 503 ›
SCREENING TOOL OF OLDER PERSON´S PRESCRIPTIONS (STOPP) AND
SCREENING TOOL TO ALERT DOCTORS TO RIGHT TREATMENT (START):
APPLICATION TO HOSPITALIZED GERIATRIC PATIENTS
O. Gutierrez-Duque*, O. GUTIÉRREZ DUQUE, E. GONZÁLEZ COLOMINAS, F. VEIGA FERNÁNDEZ (Lugo, Spain)
PB7 504 ›
SENIORS HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM IMPROVES POSITIVE BEHAVIOR AND
MODIFIES MEDICAL RESOURCES CONSUMPTION
B. Corman*, S. LAUQUE, S. JOVIC, V. VANBOCKSTAEL, P. AEGERTER, L. TEILLET
(Boulogne Billancourt, France)
PB7 505 ›
APPROPRIATE PRESCRIBING IN OLDER PEOPLE
J. Woodard*, G. ROWELL, S. CONROY, R. VARTHA, C. WHITTINGHAM, N. VADHER
(Leicester, United Kingdom)
PB7 506 ›
ASSESSMENT OF A NURSE EDUCATION COURSE FOR THE ORAL HEALTH OF
THE INSTITUTIONALISED ELDERLY PEOPLE
G. Savard*, J. BARANES, F. LORENTZ, C. BOISSEL, A. BARTHAS, M. PIRLET, E. BAILLON-JAVON, C. NABET (Orleans, France)
280
Posters
Tuesday 7
PB7 507 ›
EVALUATION OF OVERLOAD AND QUALITY OF LIFE: CAREGIVERS OF
INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY WITH FUNCTIONAL LOSS
PB7 508 ›
MEDICINAL DISTRIBUTED IN POSTS OF INDIGENOUS HEALTH BONFIM/ RR
THAT CAN CAUSE IATROGENY
J. Bianco*, A. ODA, V. SILVA, M. PEREZ, J. BIANCO (São Paulo, Brazil)
E. Martins batista* (Manaus, Brazil)
PB7 509 ›
PROFILE OF OLDER PATIENTS IN A SINGAPORE HOSPITAL, IMPACT OF AGEINGIMPLICATIONS ON PROVISION, ORGANISATION OF CARE
S. Ang*, C. TAN, M. CHUA, E. CHAN, C. TEO, C. LIM (Singapore, Singapore)
PB7 510 ›
EFFECTS OF Α-CYCLODEXTRIN ON BLOOD PRESSURE, GASTRIC
EMPTYING AND GLYCAEMIA IN THE ELDERLY
D. Gentilcore*, L. VANIS, C. RAYNER, M. HOROWITZ, K. JONES (Adelaide,
Australia)
PB7 511 ›
EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE LOAD ON BLOOD PRESSURE, HEART RATE AND
SPLANCHNIC BLOOD FLOW IN HEALTHY ELDERLY
L. Vanis*, D. GENTILCORE, C. RAYNER, M. HOROWITZ, C. FEINLE-BISSET, K. JONES
(Adelaide, Australia)
DEFINING PROFILES OF FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS IN GROUPS OF OLDER
PERSONS: HOW AND WHY?
PB7 513 ›
EVALUATION OF NON-INFERIORITY OF INTRADERMAL VERSUS ADJUVANTED
INFLUENZA VACCINE WITH TWO SEROLOGICAL TECHNIQUES
B. Slaug*, O. SCHILLING, S. IWARSSON, G. CARLSSON (Lund, Sweden)
A. Fiquet*, P. VAN DAMME, R. ARNOU, J. WOOD, P. RICHARD, S. THOMAS, G. MEGHLAOIU, S. SAMSON, A. FIQUET, E. LEDESMA (Lyon, France)
PB7 514 ›
COLLECTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES REDUCE MORTALITY RISK IN OLDER PEOPLE
PB7 515 ›
LEGITIMACY OF A REMINISCENCE THERAPY GROUP CALLED « HISTOIRE DE
VIE » FEELING OF IDENTITY AND SELF-AWARENESS IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Tuesday
PB7 512 ›
K. Pynnönen*, T. LYYRA, T. RANTANEN, R. HEIKKINEN (Jyväskylä, Finland)
A. SAGNE*, C. THOMAS-ANTERION, A. GUYENET, J. COLLIGNON, J. DOREY, R. GONTHIER (SAINT-ETIENNE, France)
PB7 516 ›
FACTOR ANALYSIS OF COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING VITREOUS SURGERY AND
CONSIDERATION OF PREDICTIVE NURSING
PB7 517 ›
COLONOSCOPY IN THE OVER 80’S IS SAFE AND AN EFFECTIVE USE OF
RESOURCES
N. AIDA*, Y. MIYAHARA (Nagoya city, Japan)
B. McCall*, M. BLOOMFIELD, C. SOLOMONIDES, A. ENGLEDOW (London, UK)
PB7 518 ›
ARE JUNIOR DOCTORS AWARE OF THE CATHETER STATUS OF THEIR ELDERLY
PATIENTS
B. McCall*, E. IDEDEVBO (London, United Kingdom)
PB7 519 ›
ISAR FOR OLDER HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS, A BRIEF INSTRUMENT TO PREDICT
FUNCTIONAL DECLINE
J. Hoogerduijn*, B. BUURMAN , J. KOREVAAR, S. DE ROOIJ, D. GROBBEE, M. SCHUURMANS (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
281
Tuesday 7
Posters
Primary care
PB7 520 ›
HIV IN ELDERLY: IS THERE ANY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN?
A. Carmo*, M. FAKOURY, E. GROSS, A. CASARSA, F. FERRY (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PB7 521 ›
INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR EARLY READMISSION OF PATIENTS
DISCHARGED FROM AN ACUTE GERIATRIC UNIT
V. REVEL DA ROCHA*, J. MAHE, M. SARASIBAR, P. BIGOT, D. ALBERT, V. REVEL (PAU, France)
PB7 522 ›
PREVALENCE OF BACTERIOLOGICAL SAMPLES AND PATHOGENS IN A
GERIATRIC INSTITUTION
J. LLOVERAS*, C. COSTES, M. SHUKR, A. LINDOULSI, S. BEDECARRATS, C. PINOS, M. BLAISOT, P. GRIMA (LUCHON, France)
PB7 523 ›
DISTRIBUTION OF HOME CARE PERSONNEL’S WORKING HOURS
P. Tiikkainen* (Jyväskylä, Finland)
PB7 524 ›
SERTRALINE-INDUCED RHABDOMYOLYSIS IN AN ELDERLY PATIENT WITH
DEMENTIA AND COMORBIDITIES: A CASE REPORT
P. Gareri*, C. SEGURA GARCIA, P. DE FAZIO, S. DE FAZIO, R. LACAVA, A. CASTAGNA,
D. COSTANTINO, G. DE SARRO (Catanzaro, Italy)
Tuesday
PB7 525 ›
SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PRESSURE SORES IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
P. Ziccardi*, F. CACCIATORE, F. MAZZELLA, G. DI CAPRIO, M. SCIOLI, N. FERRARA
(Telese, Italy)
PB7 526 ›
THE EFFECTS COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT ON MORTALITY OF
PATIENTS IN PRIMARY CARE SETTING
S. Hartikainen*, H. KAUTIAINEN, R. SULKAVA (Kuopio, Finland)
PB7 527 ›
GERIATRIC MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
M. Stasi*, G. ISAIA, V. TIBALDI, E. QUAGLIOTTI, M. BOSCARINO, L. FISSORE, N. AIMONINO (Torino, Italy)
PB7 528 ›
OLDER PEOPLE
PB7 529 ›
OBESITY IN ELDERLY WOMEN AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS
C. Abley* (Tynemouth, United Kingdom)
A. Oliveira Marques *, A. DE OLIVEIRA MARQUES, I. GRANDE DE ARRUDA, M. CARRÉRA CAMPOS LEAL, A. GOMES DO ESPÍRITO SANTO (Pernambuco, Brazil)
PB7 530 ›
GENERAL PRACTITIONER ATTITUDES TO DEMENTIA: A RURAL/URBAN COMPARISON
A. Greenway-Crombie*, S. DAVIS, P. DISLER, D. POND, J. SWAIN (Bendigo,
Australia)
PB7 531 ›
AGE PATTERNS IN ALCOHOL-RELATED CARE IN STOCKHOLM 1997-2007
K. Ahacic* (Stockholm, Sweden)
PB7 532 ›
MAJOR DIGESTIVE SURGERY IN ELDERLY PATIENTS. RISK FACTORS OF
MORTALITY. A FRENCH MULTICENTER PROSPECTIVE STUDY
PB7 533 ›
AN ALGORITHM TO DIAGNOSIS EPILEPTIC SEIZURES IN THE ELDERLY
E. Duron*, J. DURON, H. LEVARD, D. COLLET, B. SUC, J. HAY (Paris, France)
M. VERNY*, S. DUPONT, S. HARSTON, C. MARCHAL, F. PUISIEUX, A. BENETOS, H. VESPIGNANI, L. CARTZ-PIVER, S. SCHUCK, P. DERAMBURE (PARIS, France)
PB7 534 ›
POLYPHARMACY AND DRUG INTERACTIONS IN ELDERLY IN- AND OUTPATIENTS
D. Baumgartner*, R. OTTO, E. TAFEIT, S. WALLNER- LIEBMANN, A. LUEGER, R. ROLLER- WIRNSBERGER (Graz, Austria)
282
Posters
Tuesday 7
PB7 535 ›
BARRIERS TO ASSESSING FITNESS TO DRIVE IN DEMENTIA IN NOVA SCOTIA:
INFORMING STRATEGIES FOR KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION
PB7 536 ›
A GERIATRIC MEDICINE CURRICULUM IN AN INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENCY
PROGRAM: DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION
P. Moorhouse*, L. HAMILTON, T. FISHER (Halifax, Canada)
H. Kusz*, S. SMITH (Flint, United States)
PB7 537 ›
COLONIC PSEUDO-OBSTRUCTION ASSOCIATED WITH EMPHYSEMATOUS
CYSTITIS IN AN ELDERLY PATIENT
S. Mattioni*, M. GODARD, A. REBILLAT, M. BRIHIER, J. BODDAERT, M. VERNY
(Paris, France)
PB7 538 ›
WEIGHT LOSS IN THE ELDERLY: A 10 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS
J. MENA-MADRAZO*, R. SOTO-SOLIS, F. ALVAREZ-MONTERO, M. VAZQUEZ-HERNANDEZ
(Mexico City, Mexico)
PB7 539 ›
RARE PRESENTATION OF STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE PNEUMONIA WITH
BACTEREMIA AND MULTIPLE SUBCUTANEOUS ABSCESSES
E. Taillandier-Hériche*, E. ALONSO, S. KRYPCIAK, P. LESPRIT, S. HERBAUD, E. PAILLAUD (Créteil, France)
PB7 540 ›
C. Galvez*, J. GOMEZ-PAVON, J. RODRIGUEZ-SALAZAR, J. BAZTAN, I. RUIPEREZ
(Madrid, Spain)
PB7 541 ›
ARE GENERAL PRACTITIONER CHARACTERISTICS RELATED TO RECRUITMENT
OF THEIR OLDER PATIENTS: THE BRIGHT TRIAL
Tuesday
USING THE MODIFICATION OF DIET IN RENAL DISEASE (MDRD) AND
COCKCROFT AND GAULT (CG) EQUATIONS TO ESTIMATE GLOMERULAR
FILTRATION RATE IN HEALTHY PEOPLE AGED 75 OR OLDER
K. Ngaire*, M. SIMON, N. KERSE, S. LIN, C. MCLEAN (AUCKLAND, New Zealand)
PB7 542 ›
THE DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES MODEL FOR THE DEPENDENT
ELDERS IN THAILAND
V. Wirojratana*, A. OUMNARTSATSE, A. SASAT, A. MALATHUM, J. NARONGSAK (Bangkok, Thailand)
PB7 543 ›
COMPARISON OF HEALTH PROMOTING BEHAVIORS BETWEEN THE HEALTHY
AND THE DIAGNOSED ELDER PARTICIPANTS IN SOUTH KOREA
E. Choi*, S. HONG, I. LEE, H. HYUN, C. CHUN, D. HAN (Busan, Republic of Korea)
PB7 544 ›
MEDICATION ADHERENCE AMONG GERIATRIC OUTPATIENTS WITH HIGH RISK OF POLYPHARMACY
PB7 545 ›
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN OLDER ADULTS: COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES
K. Tsai*, D. CHAN, C. WEN, S. WU (Taipei, Taiwan)
G. Kinsella*, B. ONG, J. OLVER, E. MARCH (Melbourne, Australia)
PB7 546 ›
DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN A POPULATION BASED
STUDY IN ELDERLY RESIDENTS OF PORTO ALEGRE - BRAZIL
A. Bós*, A. SOUZA, E. YEE-LOPES, F. SILVEIRA, R. OPPERMANN, A. FLORES, C. LUFT,
I. SILVA-FILHO, N. TERRA (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
283
Tuesday 7
Posters
Track C - Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
PC7 547 ›
LONG-TERM EFFECT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA ON MENTAL HEALTH OF
AGED PEOPLE DISPLACED AFTER WORLD WAR II
PC7 548 ›
PREDICTORS OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AMONG ELDERLY
VICTIMS OF FLOOD DISASTER IN KOREA
Ageing and disasters
K. Strauss*, S. SCHMIDT (Hamburg, Germany)
S. Chung*, E. KIM (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PC7 549 ›
SOCIAL PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL EXLUSION IN THE CASE OF
MULTIMORBIDITY
M. Zimmermann*, G. BACKES (Vechta, Germany)
BPSD – Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of
Dementia
PC7 550 ›
BEHAVIOURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD)
DIFFERENCES AMONGST A SAMPLE OF EARLY AND LATE ONSET PATIENTS
Tuesday
P. Gil*, C. MASSEGU, R. M, Y. R, S. F, G. P, R. JM (Madrid, Spain)
PC7 551 ›
CAREGIVER BURDEN AND GLOBAL DETERIORATION SCALE
P. Gil*, S. F, Y. R, V. J, G. T, G. P, R. JM (Madrid, Spain)
PC7 552 ›
THE ROLE OF THE PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTANT IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND
TREATMENT OF DEMENTING DISORDERS
PC7 553 ›
EVALUATION OF A PART-TIME CARE FACILITY FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
L. Iliopoulou*, A. FOTIADOU, V. KOUTRAS (Ioannina, Greece)
S. Oppikofer* (Zurich, Switzerland)
PC7 554 ›
REPETITIVE PRACTICE OF SHORT-TERM MEMORY TASKS FOR PEOPLE WITH
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
T. Wang*, Y. KUO (Tainan, Taiwan)
PC7 555 ›
PILOT STUDY OF THE REVISED FUNCTIONAL BEHAVIOUR PROFILE (FBP): AN
ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR IDENTIFYING PRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR IN DAILY LIFE
IN DEMENTIA
J. Ochs*, B. JULIE, C. PASCAL, T. JEANNE (Grenoble, France)
PC7 556 ›
HOW PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER DISEASE EXPERIMENTS AND MAKE SENSE
TO CHANGE ? DEVELOPING A PERSON-CENTRED APPROACH
C. Billiet*, C. BILLIET, P. ANTOINE, J. NANDRINO, C. COUSIN, C. ROGER, C. SZAFRANIEC (Villeneuve d’Ascq, France)
PC7 557 ›
USE OF THE HOUSE DRAWING TEST(HDT) IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF EARLY STAGES
OF ALZHEIMER
H. Lesniewska*, P. BARBOUX, H. ANDRIATSIFERANA, L. MEYER, V. HOCREITERE, J. SUDRES, C. BILLIONNET (Arpajon, France)
PC7 558 ›
SELF-REPORTED ANXIETY IN AUSTRALIAN MEMORY CLINIC ATTENDEES
G. Byrne*, N. PACHANA, E. ARNOLD, K. APPADURAI (Herston, Australia)
PC7 559 ›
ROAD SIGN RECOGNITION IN MINOR DEMENTIA OF THE ALZHEIMER TYPE
H. PITTI FERRANDI*, E. CHAMPEAUX, F. MARQUIS (VERSAILLES, France)
284
Posters
PC7 560 ›
Tuesday 7
NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT OF BEHAVIOURAL SYMPTOMS IN
NURSING HOMES: THE TNM STUDY
A. Deudon*, J. PIANO, N. MAUBOURGUET, X. GERVAIS, E. LEONE, P. BROCKER, L. CARCAILLON, P. ROBERT (Nice, France)
PC7 561 ›
RELATIONSHIP QUALITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN DEMENTIA
R. Woods* (Bangor, United Kingdom)
PC7 562 ›
ADVANTAGES OF A SHARP PSYCHOGERIATRIC UNIT FOR PATIENTS WITH
BEHAVIOURS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA (BPSD)
S. BELQADI*, P. KOSKAS, S. GALLERON, S. SAAD, L. PETIT, J. DARAUX, G. ROCHETTE
DES LEMPDES, F. PLOSKAS, E. WEYL, A. POISSONNET, O. DRUNAT (PARIS, France)
PC7 563 ›
EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF COGNITIVE CHANGE IN PRECLINICAL DEMENTIA
PC7 564 ›
NARRATIVES OF THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF A DEMENTIA INTERVENTION: AN
ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY
S. MacDonald*, V. THORVALDSSON, B. JOHANSSON, L. BÄCKMAN (Victoria, Canada)
M Perkinson* (St. Louis, United States)
PC7 565 ›
READING SYMBOLS AND ROAD SIGNS IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE
F. Marquis*, E. CHAMPEAUX (Paris, France)
PC7 566 ›
M. Caroline*, H. SCHELLING, M. MARTIN (Zurich, Switzerland)
Economic aspects
PC7 567 ›
COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF A GROUP PROGRAMME REDUCING FEAR OF
FALLING: RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Tuesday
THE « ROUND TABLE SCIENCE ET CITé ON DEMENTIA »: RESEARCH BASED
ON THE COLLABORATION OF CAREGIVERS, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, AND
SCIENTISTS
J. Van Haastregt*, G. ZIJLSTRA, M. HENDRIKS, M. GOOSSENS, J. VAN EIJK, G. KEMPEN (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
PC7 568 ›
BEYOND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS: THE INFLUENCE OF EARLY LIFE
CIRCUMSTANCES AND MIDLIFE ASSETS ON OLD AGE FUNCTION. FINDINGS
FROM THE AGES REYKJAVIK STUDY
D. Groffen*, A. KOSTER, H. BOSMA, T. ASPELUND, M. JONSDOTTIR, G. KEMPEN,
J. VAN EIJK, G. EIRIKSDOTTIR, L. LAUNER, V. GUDNASON, T. HARRIS (Maastricht,
The Netherlands)
Education and multidisciplinary training / Primary care
PC7 569 ›
SAFETY AT HOME OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: CONTRIBUTIONS OF AN
EVALUATION OF RISK SITUATIONS IN A GERIATRIC CONSULTATION CLINIC
PC7 570 ›
INDIRECT EFFECT OF SCHOOL VOLUNTEERING BY SENIOR CITIZENS ON
PARENTS THROUGH INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAM THE « REPRINTS »
J. Bourgeois*, J. OCHS, P. COUTURIER, J. TYRRELL (Grenoble, France)
Y. Fujiwara*, N. WATANABE, M. NISHI, S. LEE, H. OHBA, Y. KOUSA, S. YAJIMA, H. YOSHIDA, T. FUKAYA, N. SAKUMA, S. SHINKAI (Itabashi-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
PC7 571 ›
BURNOUT SYNDROME IN FORMAL CAREGIVERS OF A LONG TERM CARE (LTC)
M. Ikeda Ribeiro*, A. AGUIAR, C. REBELLATO, N. PIRES, M. IKEDA (Sao Paulo,
Brazil)
285
Tuesday 7
Posters
PC7 572 ›
PROMOTING MORE POSITIVE ATTITUDES TO AGEING: THE « AGEWISE
WORKSHOP » INTERVENTION TO CHANGE ATTITUDES
PC7 573 ›
EVALUATION OF AN INNOVATING TEACHING PROGRAM TO DEVELOP
COMPETENCIES REGARDING HEALTH CARE AIDES WORKING WITH THE
ELDERLY
P. Maher*, M. PAUL, O. ANN (Dublin , Ireland)
S. Tremblay*, L. FRANCOEUR, A. LEGAULT, L. BOURASSA (Montréal, Canada)
PC7 574 ›
EVALUATING PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL GROUPS AND INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT FOR
CAREGIVERS OF ELDERS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
PC7 575 ›
COMMUNITY-BASED PREVENTION OF DEPRESSION IN OLDER ADULTS WITH
THE PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL BRIEF INTERVENTION
E. Barham*, D. FALEIROS, S. PAVARINI (São Carlos, Brazil)
N. Kusaka* (Kyoto, Japan)
PC7 576 ›
EFFECTIVENESS OF RECOLLECTION TRAINING FOR OLDER ADULTS WITH
PROBABLE ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
B. Boller*, J. JENNINGS, B. DIEUDONNÉ, M. VERNY, A. ERGIS (Boulogne Billancourt , France)
Tuesday
PC7 577 ›
THE EFFECT OF AN INTEGRATED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAM ON MENTAL
HEALTH IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER WOMEN: CLUSTER RANDOMIZED
CROSSOVER TRIAL
R. Ono*, S. HIRATA, K. ONO, Y. ISHIKAWA (Kobe, Japan)
PC7 578 ›
IS THERE INFLUENCE OF THE GERIATRICS KNOLEDGE IN THE PERCEPTION OF
THE ELDERLY?
M. Zanetti*, N. WALDMANN OKAI, M. JACUVISKE VENEGAS, L. MEN ZHAO, D. CRISTINA DE OLIVEIRA FERREIRA, D. ADÃO F. SILVA, C. MONTEIRO CONCEIÇÃO, A. I UN HUANG, M. SEABRA CENDOROGLO (São Paulo, Brazil)
PC7 579 ›
ATTITUDES TOWARD THE ELDERLY AMONG HEALTH STUDENTS FROM BRAZIL
A. Junqueira dos Santos*, L. FUNG, V. PEREIRA DANZINI, M. ZANETTI, C. BISINOTO BORGES, P. CURIATI (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PC7 580 ›
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS’ PERCEPTION ABOUT THE NOTIFICATION OF
VIOLENCE AGAINST ELDERLY IN THE PRIMARY CARE
PC7 581 ›
L’INTERVENTION PSYCHOLOGIQUE LORS DE L’HOSPITALISATION D’UNE
PERSONNE âGéE DANS UN COURS SéJOUR GéRIATRIQUE. UTILISATION
DU MODèLE CONCEPTUEL DE PROGRAMME (MCP) ET DE LA MéTHODE
INTERACTIVE DE RéSOLUTIONS DE PROBLèMES (MIRP)
J. De Sousa Pinto*, E. RIPARDO DA SILVEIRA, L. DE SOUZA VIEIRA (Salamanca, Spain)
G. RIBES*, J. GAUCHER, B. CLAVEL, A. SAGNE, L. PLOTON, M. POUSSIN, S. PORTALIER (BRON, France)
PC7 582 ›
THE EXPERTS’ PERSPECTIVE ON INTERVENTION – AN EXAMPLE OF ARMD
INTERVENTION RESEARCH IN GERMANY
I. Himmelsbach* (Frankfurt, Germany)
PC7 583 ›
GERIATRIC AND GERONTOLOGIC TRAINING NEEDS OF PROFESSIONALS
INVOLVED IN ELDERLY CARE
M. Geraldes* (Lisbon, Portugal)
PC7 584 ›
OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED CLINICAL EXAMINATION TRAINING (OSCE) AS A
FEEDBACK TOOL FOR GERIATRIC MEDICINE FELLOWS
J. Gammack* (St Louis, United States)
286
Posters
Tuesday 7
Ethics
PC7 585 ›
SPIRITUALITY ASSESSMENT IN CLINICAL RESEARCH: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
OF INSTRUMENTS
S. Monod*, E. ROCHAT, M. BRENNAN, S. ROCHAT, C. BULA (Epalinges, Switzerland)
PC7 586 ›
INTEREST OF AN ETHICAL REFLEXION IN GERIATRICS
G. Pinganaud*, V. CRESSOT, A. DÉCAMPS, M. FLOCCIA, V. MARTIN, M. LE RUDULIER, S. VALVERDE, A. MERLE, G. PEYRAN, N. SEGUIN, V. BEAUMATIN
(Pessac, FRANCE)
PC7 587 ›
CONCEPT ANALYSIS: « DIFFICULTY » EXPERIENCED IN NURSING
PC7 588 ›
SOCIAL BIOETHICS AND RECOGNITION: A PROPOSAL OF SOCIOLOGICAL
INVESTIGATION IN GERONTOLOGY
M. Chida* (Takizawa, Japan)
R. PUTTINI*, A. SCHUMACHER, S. BOCCHI, T. NOJIMOTO, A. MEDICI, G. HERCOS, I. REIS, M. OLIVEIRA, I. BARCOS, V. MAZIERO, A. LEOPOLDINO (Botucatu, Brazil)
PC7 589 ›
LEADING OF MOBIL GERIATRIC UNITS IN THE RELEVANCE OF APPLICATION
OF THE ANAES GUIDELINES ABOUT PHYSICAL RESTRAINT IN ACADEMIC
HOSPITAL
PC7 590 ›
THE CAPACITY TO APPOINT A PROXY BY PERSONS WITH COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT: THE EXAMPLE OF VOTE
V. Bellamy*, . ALLOUCH, R. GASPARD (Paris, France)
Personality & aging
PC7 591 ›
STIMULUS ONSET ASYNCHRONY (SOA) SENSITIVITY AND MODALITY EFFECT IN
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND SCHIZOPHRENIA
Tuesday
A. Bosquet*, A. MEDJKANE, L. AFFO, F. BENSELAMA, C. BOUGHIDA, P. CHARRU, P. VINCENEUX, I. MAHÉ (Colombes, France)
S. Schumm*, G. SIMMAT, G. FERREY, J. SENON, C. SEBBAN (Ivry sur seine, France)
PC7 592 ›
ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF LIFE OF RURAL AND URBAN ELDERLY
POPULATION OF WARDHA DISTRICT
PC7 593 ›
OPTIMISM PREDICTS HIGHER SURVIVAL AT ADVANCED AGES - A TEN-YEAR
FOLLOW-UP OF 2,262 NONAGENARIANS IN THE DANISH 1905 COHORT.
A. MUDEY*, S. AMBEKAR, R. GOYAL, V. WAGH (WARDHA, India)
H. Engberg*, B. JEUNE, K. ANDERSEN-RANBERG, J. VAUPEL, K. CHRISTENSEN
(Odense, Denmark)
PC7 594 ›
EFFECTS OF PRODUCTIVE ROLES AND PRODUCTIVE ROLE IDENTITY ON THE
AFFECTIVE WELL-BEING OF THE ELDERLY IN JAPAN
PC7 595 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP OF SMOKING AND GRIP STRENGTH AMONG THE
COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY IN KOREA
J. Nakahara*, A. FUJITA (Ikeda, Japan)
S. Park*, S. JEON, J. JEONG, D. KIM (Chuncheon-si, Republic of Korea)
PC7 596 ›
ESTIMATION OF SHARED HERITABILITY FOR COGNITIVE CAPACITY AND
MORTALITY: ASSESSMENT OF DISCRETE-EVENT TIME MODELING
T. Törmäkangas* (Jyväskylä, Finland)
PC7 597 ›
PERSONALITY TRAITS AND ACTIVE AGEING
O. Ribeiro*, C. PAÚL, M. AZEVEDO (Porto, Portugal)
287
Tuesday 7
Posters
Psycho-geriatrics / Depression / Delirium
PC7 598 ›
EDUCATION, WEALTH, INCOME, OCCUPATION, AND COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN
LATER LIFE
Y. Lee*, J. BACK, J. KIM (Suwon, Republic of Korea)
PC7 599 ›
SCREENING IN THE ELDERLY PEOPLE - SCREENING PROTOCOL FOR THE
IDENTIFICATION OF VULNERABLE ELDERS RNAR – 75
M. Duarte* (Porto, Portugal)
PC7 600 ›
SUICIDAL IDEATION IN A SAMPLE OF GERIATRIC INPATIENTS
PC7 601 ›
COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS AND SELF RATED HEALTH: WHAT ASPECTS OF
COGNITION ARE RELATED TO JUDGMENT OF OUR HEALTH?
U. Sperling*, C. THÜLER, H. BURKHARDT, R. GLADISCH (Mannheim, Germany)
L. Anna*, M. ANDERW, N. FALLAH, K. ROCKWOOD (Bologna, Italy)
PC7 602 ›
A RELATED FACTOR OF MUSIC THERAPY & COLLABORATE WITH THERAPISTS
IN OTHER FIELDS IN A SENIOR HEALTH & WELFARE DOMAIN
T. YOSHIE*, J. YU, H. HAGA, Y. SUZUKI (HAMAMATSU-SHI, Japan)
Tuesday
PC7 603 ›
DEVELOPING A 5-ITEM COMPUTERIZED ADAPTIVE TEST FOR GERIATRIC
DEPRESSION: AN EFFICIENT AND ACCURATE SCREENING TOOL
K. Scott *, F. YANG, R. JONES, D. TOMMET, C. GRACE, F. BRENT, P. STEPHEN, A. ALAN, C. EILEEN, M. SARAH, T. KATY (Boston, United States of America)
PC7 604 ›
CAREGIVER SATISFACTION AND CAREGIVER DUTY FULFILLMENT: CENTRAL
CULTURAL CONCEPTS IN CAREGIVING
L. Arevalo-Flechas*, S. LEWIS, C. BRADEN, S. GILL, A. GAIL, M. MARTHA (San Antonio, United States)
PC7 605 ›
« SCALA DI VALUTAZIONE DI EMOTIVITA’ E BENESSERE NELL’ANZIANO »
(SVEBA): ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS
E. Ferrari*, F. NEVIANI, M. VESCHI, L. BERGAMINI, B. MANNI, V. GUERZONI, A. PELOSI, M. NERI (Modena, Italy)
PC7 606 ›
THE CANADIAN COALITION FOR SENIORS
K. Wilson*, S. HELSDINGEN, D. CONN, J. LE CLAIR (Toronto, Canada)
PC7 607 ›
RESILIENCE IN LATER LIFE: THE GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCALE IN
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
PC7 608 ›
SUICIDE IN OLD AGE IN MAGDEBURG IN EAST GERMANY – THE INFLUENCE OF
FUNDAMENTAL SOCIAL CHANGES
T. Dong*, A. RUSSELL (Rooty Hill, Australia)
A. Genz*, A. LUX, B. BOGERTS (Magdeburg, Germany)
PC7 609 ›
ROLE OF NUTRITION IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE(AD) PREVENTION AND
RECOVERY IN ELDERLY
N. Sarafrraz*, M. KAFAIE, F. ABBASZADE, A. BAGHERI (Kashan, Islamic Republic of IRAN)
PC7 610 ›
MENTAL HEALTH OF RURAL ELDERLY POPULATION: FOCUS ON DEPRESSIONS
PC7 611 ›
E-MAIL CONSULTATIONS ON DEMENTIA
PC7 612 ›
PSYCHOGERIATRIC UNIT: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OVER 18 MONTHS
I. Petrov* (Sofia, Bulgaria)
I. HOlmerová*, H. VANKOVÁ, B. JURASKOVÁ (Praha, Czech Republic)
J. Roche*, N. BOULARD, C. DI POMPÉO, D. HUVENT, F. PUISIEUX (LILLE, France)
288
Posters
PC7 613 ›
Tuesday 7
FEATURES OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR IN THE ELDERLY: ABOUT 6 CASES
I. Ksantini*, W. CHERIF, K. HAJJI, B. MALIKA, K. GALIA, K. IMEN, Z. LILIA, L. RAJA
(Manouba, Tunisia)
PC7 614 ›
PREVALENCE OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN ELDERLY PEOPLE FROM
BRAZIL’S MIDLLE-WEST REGION, AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE PERFORMANCE
OF MINI-MENTAL STATE EXAMINATION
A. Jacomini*, B. CORDEIRO, C. SINGULANE, C. MAGALHÃES, A. SANTOS , B. BORSATTO GALERA (Cuiabá, Brazil)
PC7 615 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE, ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH COPD
M. Medinas-Amorós*, M. MAGDALENA, G. PATRICIA, M. CARMEN, M. BELÉN
(Palma de Mallorca, Spain)
PC7 616 ›
PC7 617 ›
DISPNOEA AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN ELDERLY COPD PATIENTS
C. Mas-Tous*, M. MAGDALENA, G. PATRICIA, M. BELEN, A. CATALINA (Mallorca,
Spain)
PROMOTING AND SUPPORTING SENIORS MENTAL HEALTH IN CANADA: A
SYSTEMATIC APPROACH
P. MacCourt*, K. WILSON (Toronto, Canada)
PC7 618 ›
VALIDATION OF ABBREVIATED MENTAL TEST AND ITS CORRELATION WITH
MINI-MENTAL STATE EXAMINATION IN IRANIAN ELDERLY
PC7 619 ›
APPLICABILITY OF THE RRS-4, A SHORT OBSERVER SCALE FOR SCREENING
GERIATRIC DEPRESSION, IN PRIMARY CARE
S. Bonin-guillaume*, J. CLEMENT, E. JOUVE, O. BLIN (Marseille, France)
Psychological aspects of aging
PC7 620 ›
SPIRITUALITY AND RELIGION AS PREDICTORS OF SUCCESSFUL AGEING IN
LATER LIFE
Tuesday
M. Foroughan*, Z. JAFARI, Z. GHAEMMAGAM FARAHANI, P. SHIRINBAYAN, M. RAHGOZAR (Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
C. Walker*, P. COLEMAN (Southampton, United Kingdom)
PC7 621 ›
BEHAVIORAL ROUTINIZATION OF HEALTHY OLD ADULTS: INFLUENCE ON
COGNITIVE RIGIDITY AND FLEXIBILITY
PC7 622 ›
DOES CHILDLESSNESS REDUCE WELL-BEING AT ANY STAGES OF THE LIFE COURSE?
I. Tournier*, V. POSTAL, S. MATHEY (Bordeaux, France)
T. Hansen*, B. SLAGSVOLD (Oslo, Norway)
PC7 623 ›
LONELINESS AND SOCIAL ISOLATION IN OLD PEOPLE LIVING IN THE COMMUNITY
C. Paúl*, Ó. RIBEIRO (Porto, Portugal)
PC7 624 ›
DOES SENSE OF CONTROL DECLINE OVER A FIVE YEAR PERIOD AMONG
NORWEGIAN MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD?
B. Slagsvold*, A. SØRENSEN (Oslo, Norway)
PC7 625 ›
ATTACHMENT TO LIFE IN OLD AND VERY OLD AGE – SHIFTING IMPORTANCE OF
RESOURCES
C. Rott*, D. JOPP, F. OSWALD (Heidelberg, Germany)
PC7 626 ›
POSITIVE ASPECTS OF THE CARE GIVING OF DEMENTIA PATIENTS. THE
RELATIONSHIP WITH POSITIVE EMOTIONS
G. Alvaro*, Y. JOSE JAVIER, E. IGONE, I. AINHOA, L. IKER, U. ELENA, G. NEREA, L. IDOIA, S. MARIA TERESA, F. DAVID, D. ELENA (San Sebastian, Spain)
289
Tuesday 7
PC7 627 ›
Posters
THE RELATIONS BETWEEN SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AND PHYSICAL,
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS AMONG THE OLDEST OLD
M. Takayama*, J. ANDO, Y. ARAI, M. TAKAYAMA, R. FUKUDA, H. AKIYAMA, Y. GONDO,
N. HIROSE (Yokohama, Japan)
PC7 628 ›
EMOTIONS IN EVERY DAY LIFE
Y. JOSE JAVIER*, D. PURA, M. MARIA, S. MARIA TERESA, E. IGONE, U. ELENA,
G. NEREA, F. DAVID (SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain)
PC7 629 ›
BELIEFS ROLE IN THE ACCEPTANCE AND REFUSAL TO PARTICIPATE IN A
DEMENTIA PREVENTIVE STUDY
D. Coniasse- Brioude*, V. IGIER (Toulouse, France)
PC7 630 ›
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: PROGRAMME OF PSYCHOGERONTOLOGY AND SOCIOEDUCATIONAL ATTENTION TO THE FAMILY
PC7 631 ›
THE FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF CARETAKING
DAUGHTERS OF PARENTS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
D. Vieira da S. Falcão* (Santo André, Brazil)
D. Vieira da S. Falcão*, J. S.N.F. BUCHER-MALUSCHKE (Santo André, Brazil)
PC7 632 ›
AND THE NOMINEES FOR THE CATEGORY “WISDOM” ARE ….
Tuesday
K. Naschenweng*, S. KÖNIG (Klagenfurt, Austria)
PC7 633 ›
THE EFFECTS OF AGE AND EDUCATION FOR THE CANCELLATION TASK PERFORMANCE
PC7 634 ›
DO PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES COMPENSATE FOR THE LACK OF PAID WORK? AN
ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECTS OF UN-PAID WORK ON THE SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING OF SENIOR JAPANESE MEN
H. Huang*, T. WANG (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
K. Katagiri*, I. SUGAWARA (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
PC7 635 ›
SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY LIVING SERVICE CONCEPTION: INFORMATION
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES ACCEPTABILITY AND ORGANIZATIONAL
INTEGRATIVE ASSESSMENT METHODS IN CONTEXTUAL ENVIRONMENT
J. Reerink-Boulanger*, B. PATRICE, J. ERIC, S. ALAIN (Rennes, France)
PC7 636 ›
TOWARD A DEFINITION OF SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LONELINESS FOR OLDER
ADULTS
S. Squires*, C. SHEEHAN, R. ROMERO-ORTUNO, V. BUCKLEY, B. ODEA, B. LAWLOR,
D. PRENDERGAST (Dublin, Ireland)
PC7 637 ›
SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND PHYSICAL CAPABILITIES IN ELDERLY: THERE IS
RELATIONSHIP?
P. Greve*, J. REBELATTO, D. PEÇANHA, M. RAMOS DA SILVA, E. CARNESECA (Mogi das Cruzes, Brazil)
PC7 638 ›
LONG-STANDING ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION: THE RELATION OF OCCUPATION TO
SUCCESSFUL AGING AND WELL BEING
R. Steven-Ratchford* (Towson, United States of America)
PC7 639 ›
ATITTUDES TOWARDS ELDERLY SEXUALITY
PC7 640 ›
AGEING IN PLACE & NEIGHBOURHOOD ENVIRONMENT WALKABILITY
B. Tomaz*, T. ROCHA, R. CARVALHO (Lisboa, Portugal)
D. Mark*, J. PHILLIPS, N. FOREMAN, A. HOCKEY, M. LEWIS (Swansea, UK)
290
Posters
PC7 641 ›
Tuesday 7
STRESS AND EVERYDAY MEMORY FUNCTION: COMPARING CAREGIVERS AND
NON-CAREGIVERS
L. McDonald-Miszczak*, J. ANDERSON, S. NEUPERT, S. EDMUNDS, J. OTTMAR, S. POTE (Bellingham, United States)
PC7 642 ›
CELL PHONE SOFTWARE TO AID SENIOR CITIZENS IN RECALLING NAMES
R. Baecker*, K. FENWICK, M. MASSIMI, S. BLACK, E. ROCHON, D. RYAN (Toronto,
Canada)
PC7 643 ›
COGNITIVE DEMAND ESTIMATED IN ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIFE AND ITS
RELATIONSHIP WITH COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN ELDER PEOPLE
J. LABRA*, J. MENOR (OVIEDO, Spain)
PC7 644 ›
GIVING AND RECEIVING SUPPORT IN OLD AGE: ITS CONTRIBUTION TO
SATISFACTION WITH LIFE
PC7 645 ›
WORKING CONDITIONS AND WORK-RELATED MENTAL HEALTH AMONG
KOREAN OLD-AGE WORKERS
J. Buz*, L. LOPEZ, M. SANCHEZ, B. BUENO, A. NAVARRO (Salamanca, Spain)
K. Su Hyun*, E. CHOI, S. KIM, E. LEE (Daegu, Republic of Korea)
PC7 646 ›
RACE AND SOCIOECONOMIC DIFFERENCES IN HEALTH BEHAVIOR
TRAJECTORIES ACROSS THE ADULT LIFE COURSE
PC7 647 ›
A NOVEL APPROACH TO EXAMINING THE LIFE SATISFACTION INDEX-Z
DIMENSIONS AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS
B. Shaw*, K. MCGEEVER (Rensselaer, NY, United States)
PC7 648 ›
Tuesday
F. Yang*, F. CLARK, M. CARLSON, C. CHOU, D. MANDEL, J. BLANCHARD, J. HOLGUIN, A. MARTERELLA (Boston, United States)
AWARENESS ACROSS A LIFE-SPAN: A COMPARISON OF OBJECTIVE AND
SUBJECTIVE MEASURES IN AGING
K. Richardson-Frankton*, G. MAZZONI, C. GUERRINI (Hull, United Kingdom)
PC7 649 ›
ASSOCIATION OF MENTAL INDEPENDENCE WITH SELF-RATED HEALTH IN THE
JAPANESE ELDERLY
S. Watanabe*, H. SHIBATA (Tokyo, Japan)
PC7 650 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE OLD AGE: DESCRIPTION AND MODEL OF ROUTE
M. D’ Alessandro Bello, M. Sc.* (Caracas, Venezuela)
PC7 651 ›
SUCCESSFUL AGING: WHO MET THE CRITERIA?
N. Mendoza Ruvalcaba*, E. ARIAS MERINO, I. DÍAZ GARCÍA, A. SÁNCHEZ MORALES
(Zapopan, Mexico)
PC7 652 ›
SIMPLIFYING AND INDIVIDUALIZING HEALTH-RELATED INFORMATION
PROMOTES RECALL
PC7 653 ›
EFFECTS OF AGING ON THE ABILITY TO IGNORE TASK-IRRELEVANT
FLUCTUATION IN PITCH DISCRIMINATION TASKS
N. Notthoff*, L. CARSTENSEN (Stanford, United States)
B. Espinoza-Varas* (Oklahoma City, United States of America)
PC7 654 ›
A META-ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING
TRANSFER EFFECTS
PC7 655 ›
« ONE WHO PLANTS A GARDEN, PLANTS HAPPINESS »: THE THERAPEUTIC
BENEFIT OF GARDENING ACTIVITIES FOR OLDER COMMUNITY DWELLING ADULTS
S. Hindin*, E. ZELINSKI (Los Angeles, United States)
T. Scott* (Brisbane, Australia)
291
Tuesday 7
Posters
PC7 656 ›
THE CHANGES OF EMOTION EXPERIENCES, DEATH ANXIETY, AND SUBJECTIVE
WELL-BEING IN OLD AGE: AN ANALYSIS OF LONGITUDINAL STUDY
PC7 657 ›
THE MEANING OF AGING FOR ELDERLY HOMOSEXUAL MEN IN ISRAEL
PC7 658 ›
RELATION OF EVALUATOR’S ATTRIBUTE TO SELF-REPORTED VISUAL AND/OR
HEARING DIFFICULTIES
K. RYU* (Chuncheon, Republic of Korea)
A. Waldmann*, N. BAUM, V. SOSKOLNE (Herzliya , Israel)
Y. Ishioka*, Y. ISHIOKA, Y. GONDO, D. UENO, N. RENGE, I. KUROKAWA, A. FUJITA
(Suita, Japan)
PC7 659 ›
FREQUENCY OF GOING OUTDOORS AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AMONG
OLDER ADULTS IN JAPAN: A 5-YEAR LONGITUDINAL STUDY
PC7 660 ›
OLDER ADULTS’ POOR MEMORY PERFORMANCES ARE NOT INEVITABLE! THE
COMPENSATORY ROLE OF MOTIVATION
S. Lee*, S. SHINKAI, Y. FUJIWARA, H. YOSHIDA, Y. KOUSA, T. FUKAYA (Tokyo, Japan)
M. Beaudoin*, O. DESRICHARD (Chambéry, France)
PC7 661 ›
OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA SYNDROME (OSAS): DIFFERENTIAL COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENTS ACCORDING TO AGE
Tuesday
F. EL MASSIOUI*, P. DEBLOIS, L. RICO-DUARTE, M. BRAMI, F. MASSELOT-GOMIS, N. ZREK, F. BOUR, M. OUHAYOUN, F. HERAUT (Saint-Denis, France)
PC7 662 ›
MEMORY TRAINING FOR OLDER ADULTS WITH LOW EDUCATION: MENTAL
IMAGES VERSUS CATEGORIZATION
M. Yassuda*, M. YASSUDA, H. SALMAZO DA SILVA (São Paulo, Brazil)
PC7 663 ›
NIGHT PRAYING AND ITS EFFECT TO QUALITY OF LIFE IN AGING
S. Hadiati * (Surabaya, Indonesia)
PC7 664 ›
SOCIAL SUPPORT AND WELL BEING IN PERUVIAN OLDER ADULTS
D. GAZZOLO* (LIMA, Peru)
PC7 665 ›
THE ROLE OF FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN BEREAVEMENT PROCESS: A
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH WITH OLDER WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS LIVING ALONE
IN JAPAN
I. Sugawara* (Tokyo, Japan)
PC7 666 ›
ALLOCENTRIC AND SEQUENTIAL EGOCENTRIC NAVIGATION:
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES AND IMPACT OF AGING
V. Delepine*, L. RONDI-REIG, K. IGLOI (Paris, France)
PC7 667 ›
AGE-EFFECTS IN DISTRACTIBILITY: A MATTER OF PERCEPTUAL OR
CONCEPTUAL INTERFERENCE?
PC7 668 ›
WELL BEING IN OLDER AGE: FROM FLOW TO EUDEMONIA AND HEDONISM
C. Titz*, M. HASSELHORN (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
M. Ferreira*, T. FREIRE (Guimarães, Portugal)
PC7 669 ›
NATURE OF COGNITIVE DEMANDS MODULES AGE-RELATED REORGANIZATION
J. ANSADO*, J. ANSADO, . MONCHI, S. FAURE, N. ENABIL, Y. JOANETTE (Montréal,
Canada)
PC7 670 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUBJECTIVE ISOLATION AND SOCIAL CAPITAL
M. Nishi*, Y. FUJIWARA, E. KOBAYASHI, T. FUKAYA, M. SAITO, Y. INABA, S. SHINKAI
(Tokyo, Japan)
292
Posters
Tuesday 7
PC7 671 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF HAVING CHILDREN AND THEIR SUPPORT FOR SUBJECTIVE
WELFARE OF ELDERLY WHO LIVE ALONE
PC7 672 ›
NEGATIVE PRIMING – EFFECT OF TARGET SELECTION OR RESPONSE
GENERATION? A STUDY WITH YOUNGER AND OLDER ADULTS
A. Kiis* (Tallinn, Estonia)
J. Behrendt*, M. IHRKE, H. SCHROBSDORFF, J. HERRMANN, M. HASSELHORN
(Göttingen, Germany)
PC7 673 ›
PERCEIVED SOCIAL SUPPORT IS ASSOCIATED WITH ALLOSTATIC LOAD
DIFFERENTLY BY MEN AND WOMEN
L. Falcon*, I. TODOROVA, K. TUCKER (Boston, United States of America)
PC7 674 ›
AGING AND THE EFFECTS OF EDUCATION ON THE INTER-HEMISPHERIC
DYNAMIC FOR WORD PROCESSING: A NIRS STUDY
K. Kahlaoui*, C. DEMERS, A. MACHADO, F. LESAGE, B. SKA, Y. JOANETTE
(Montreal, Canada)
PC7 675 ›
COGNITIVE ENHANCEMENT AMONG OLDER ADULTS: AN INTEGRATED
APPROACH
S. Pasupuleti* (Toledo, United States of America)
AGING AND THE CONVIVIALITY WITH THE CONTEMPORANEOUS TECHNOLOGIE
IN THE COMMUNICATION
PC7 677 ›
ADULT LITERACY AND LEARNING IN HEALTHCARE
H. Rizzon-Mariani*, L. GIORDANO (Caxias do Sul, Brazil)
M. Wolf* (Chicago, United States)
PC7 678 ›
SPEED OF INFORMATION PROCESSING AS A GOOD PREDICTOR OF AGERELATED EXECUTIVE DECLINE IN NORMAL ADULTS
Tuesday
PC7 676 ›
M. AUDIFFREN*, C. ALBINET, G. BOUCARD, C. BOUQUET (Poitiers, France)
PC7 679 ›
INHERITANCES GAMES: DONORS AND HEIRS MATERIAL VALUES IN
INTERACTION
PC7 680 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORKING MEMORY AND EMOTIONAL EPISODIC
MEMORY IN JAPANESE OLDER ADULTS
M. Patrao*, S. RODRIGUES, H. VICENTE, L. SOUSA (Aveiro, Portugal)
D. UENO*, K. MASUMOTO, M. KAWASAKI, I. KUROKAWA, Y. GONDO, A. FUJITA (Suita, Japan)
Track D - Social Research, Policy and Practice
Age discrimination
PD7 681 ›
THE CONCEPT OF LIFE PROJECT IN GERIATRICS
B. ORELLANA* (Cachan, France)
PD7 682 ›
PSYCHO-SOCIAL FACTORS AFFECTING ELDERS’ MALTREATMENT IN LONGTERM CARE FACILITIES
M. Ben Natan*, A. LOWENSTEIN, Z. EISIKOVITS (Hadera, Israel)
PD7 683 ›
VIOLENCE AGAINST AGED PEOPLE: OCCURRENCES, VICTIMS AND
AGGRESSORS
V. FALEIROS* (Brasilia, Brazil)
293
Tuesday 7
Posters
PD7 684 ›
HOW COMPETENT ARE HOSPITAL CLINICIANS PERCEIVED TO BE IN MANAGING
THE CARE OF OLDER PEOPLE?
PD7 685 ›
HEALING BROKEN WINGS – BEST PRACTICES FOR TACKLING ELDER ABUSE
OUTCOMES OF AN INTERVENTION MODEL
T. McDonald* (Sydney, Australia)
S. Alon*, A. BERG-WARMAN (Jerusalem, Israel)
Demography
PD7 686 ›
GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION IN HEALTH OUTCOME AND HOSPITAL SERVICES
UTILIZATION AMONG THE ELDERLY IN HONG KONG
K. WONG*, J. WOO, P. CHAU (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PD7 687 ›
WHAT SHAPES THE DWELLING-TYPE CHOICES OF OLDER CANADIANS? AN
INVESTIGATION USING THE AGING AND SOCIAL SUPPORT SURVEY (GSS16)
M. Haan*, T. PERKS (Edmonton, Canada)
PD7 688 ›
RECENT TRENDS IN MORTALITY RATES FOR CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE IN
THAILAND, 1998-2006
PD7 689 ›
CENTENARIANS AND HEALTH IN AUSTRALIA
Tuesday
A. Prasertchai*, S. JITAPUNKUL, W. AEKPLAKORN, V. KURUCHITTHAM (Bangkok, Thailand)
J. Mccormack*, H. BOOTH (Melbourne, Australia)
PD7 690 ›
A RESEARCH ON THE EFFECTS OF THE CLOTHES OF OLD WOMEN ON THEIR
PSYCHOLOGY IN TERMS OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
M. Özkan*, G. ABANOZ, M. ÖZKAN (Düzce, Turkey)
PD7 691 ›
AGEING, EPIDEMIOLOGIC TRANSITIONS AND DEMENTIA IN FOURTH WORLD
ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIA
PD7 692 ›
THE ELDERLY SUICIDAL GENRE IN BRAZIL
L. Jackson Pulver* (Sydney, Australia)
J. Teixeira*, J. HIGA, S. FUENTES, M. PAGENOTO, I. FERRAZ (SAO PAULO, Brazil)
Economy
PD7 693 ›
AN AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE ON HOME EQUITY RELEASE PRODUCTS FOR
OLDER PEOPLE: PANACEA OR THREAT TO AGEING IN PLACE?
PD7 694 ›
EVALUATING POLICIES THAT SIMULTANEOUSLY TARGET SEVERAL CHRONIC
DISEASES IN AUSTRALIA’S AGEING POPULATION
C. Bridge*, P. PHIBBS, M. MATHEWS, T. ADAMS, K. HAL (Lidcombe, Australia)
A. Walker*, J. BUTLER, S. COLAGIURI (Canberra , Australia)
PD7 695 ›
LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE IN GERMANY IMPLIES PATTERNS OF LINKAGES
AMONG BENEFITS AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS
PD7 696 ›
COST OF THE TREATMENT OF HYPERTENSION IN A GERIATRIC POPULATION:
EPROSARTAN VERSUS DIURETICS
E. Sato*, S. SATO (Tokyo, Japan)
J. Alvarez-Gregori*, J. ALVAREZ GREGORI, J. MACIAS NUÑEZ, A. DOMINGUEZ
GIL-HURLE, M. GROUP (Salamanca, Spain)
PD7 697 ›
BALANCE IN AGED CARE CONSUMER CHOICE OR ECONOMICS OF
GOVERNMENT POLICY
J. Pretty* (RHODES, Australia)
294
Posters
Tuesday 7
Education
PD7 698 ›
USING PARTICIPATORY TECHNIQUES AS A QUALITATIVE METHODOLOGY WITH
GROUPS
L. CRAWLEY*, R. JOYE (Dublin, Ireland)
PD7 699 ›
SUPPORTING LIFELONG LEARNING ABOUT HEALTH AND HEALTHY AGING
THROUGH DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
L. Trey* (Vancouver, Canada)
PD7 700 ›
PREPARING THE REMOTE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE WORKFORCE FOR WORK WITH OLDER PEOPLE AND PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
M. Lindeman*, P. KUIPERS (Alice Springs, Australia)
PD7 701 ›
THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT OF OPEN
UNIVERSITY OF THE THIRD AGE, RIO DE JANEIRO STATE UNIVERSITY – UNATI/
UERJ IN THE DIFFUSION OF EDUCATION, EXTENSION AND RESEARCH
PD7 702 ›
FROM RESEARCH TO PRACTICE: KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IN AGING
PD7 703 ›
CREATING AN ACADEMIC SHIFT IN GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING EDUCATION
M. TEODORO* (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
P. Donahue*, S. HIRST (Waterloo, Canada)
S. Hirst*, P. DONAHUE, Y. HANEY, B. STARES (Calgary, Canada)
THE 3 C’S: COMPETENCIES, CURRICULUM, AND CREDENTIALING
B. Pianosi* (Sudbury, Canada)
PD7 705 ›
THE QUESTION OF COMPETENCE AND EDUCATION FOR PERSONNEL IN
ELDERLY CARE SERVICES
Tuesday
PD7 704 ›
P. Ahnlund* (Umeå, Sweden)
PD7 706 ›
METHODOLOGIES AND PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITIES DURING OLD AGE
PD7 707 ›
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR SENIOR ADULT
LEARNERS AT UNIVERSITY
C. Vieira* (Rio de Janeiro , Brazil)
J. Cook* (Brisbane, Australia)
PD7 708 ›
TRAINING PROFESSIONALS FOR DELIVERING INGREATED HEALTH CARE TO
THE AGED: THE INTERDISCIPLINARY EXPERIENCE OF NAI –UNATI/UERJ
L. Motta*, C. CALDAS, M. ASSIS (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PD7 709 ›
HOW AN ELECTIVE COURSE ON GERONTOLOGY NURSING INFLUENCES THE
PREPARATION OF STUDENTS TO CARE OF OLDER PEOPLE
PD7 710 ›
A MODEL FOR CREDENTIALING THE EDUCATION OF GERONTOLOGISTS
E. Lambrinou*, T. KALAVANA, P. SOURTZI (Nicosia, Cyprus)
A. Pelham*, D. SCHAFER, M. MEYER (Healdsburg, United States of America)
PD7 712 ›
STAFF RESIDENT COMMUNICATION PRACTICES IN RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE – STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCEMENT
J. Tinney*, B. HARALAMBOUS, L. DOWSON, C. HEMPTON (Melbourne, Australia)
PD7 713 ›
THE DA VINCI PROJECT: COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF A UNIVERSAL
GERONTOLOGY CURRICULUM WITH THEORY ANDPPRACTICE
PD7 714 ›
SENIORS LEARNING IN SOCIAL NETWORKS IN EUROPE (SELERNET)
R. Takahashi*, M. RAJU, T. DEVI, M. THOTA, N. HATANAKA (Visakhapatnam, India)
F. Kolland*, D. KÖSTER, M. RANGA, L. SAFTU, Z. GANKOVA (Vienna, Austria)
295
Tuesday 7
Posters
PD7 715 ›
INTERNET USE AMONG OLDER PEOPLE IN GERMANY – THE PREDOMINANCE
OF COHORT EFFECTS
PD7 716 ›
AN INNOVATIVE WEB-BASED APPROACH FOR HELPING COMMUNITIES
BECOME MORE
M. Doh* (Heidelberg, Germany)
A. Scharlach* (Berkeley, United States)
PD7 717 ›
TAIWANESE MEDICAL AND NURSING STUDENT INTEREST LEVELS IN AND
ATTITUDES TOWARDS GERIATRICS
Y. Chi Hua*, L. MENG CHIH (Taichung, Taiwan)
PD7 718 ›
PROMOTING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE OF « HOW TO » KNOWLEDGE IN
MULTIDISCIPLINARY WORK CONTEXTS
C. McWilliam*, A. KOTHARI, C. WARD-GRIFFIN, D. FORBES, B. LEIPERT, M. KLOSECK, K. FERGUSON, M. FLUIT, S. COLEMAN ET AL. (London, Canada)
PD7 719 ›
LIVE HER AGE® WOMAN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FOR HEALTHY AGING OF
WOMAN IN MURCIA REGION
J. AVILES HERNANDEZ*, J. SALMERON AROCA, T. MORENO, D. JOICIANE, F. EVA, B. DANIEL (MURCIA, Spain)
Tuesday
PD7 720 ›
IMPROVING OUTCOMES WITH STRUCTURED MULTIDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION
TO IMPROVE LONGEVITY, HEALTH AND WEALTH OF HOSPITALIZED OLDER
ADULTS
B. Laurila*, C. JOHNSON, T. MATVIYCHUK (Winnipeg, Canada)
PD7 721 ›
CONNECTED AGEING: THE POLICY AND PRACTICE FOR PROMOTING DIGITAL
LITERACY AMONG SENIOR CITIZENS IN CHINA, WITH A PLAN TO INTEGRATE
INFORMATION AND SOLUTIONS THAT CAN ENABLE INDEPENDENT LIVING IN A
FAST-AGEING DEVELOPING COUNTRY
N. Wang* (Beijing, China)
PD7 722 ›
INCREASING CAPACITY FOR GERIATRIC AND GERONTOLOGY CONTENT IN
CANADIAN NURSING EDUCATION
L. McCleary*, K. MCGILTON, D. RYAN, O. ABRAM, V. BOSCART (St Catharines,
Canada)
PD7 723 ›
ENOYING RETIREMENT
D. MONTANO ARIAS*, M. DOLORES CRISTINA, B. CARMEN ROSALBA (POPAYAN,
Colombia)
PD7 724 ›
WORLDVIEW ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN ON ELDER ABUSE: KNOWLEDGE
TRANSFER
E. Podnieks*, P. TEASTER, T. WANGMO, L. BARRETO (Toronto, Canada)
Family and care giving / Aging-environment interactions
PD7 725 ›
DISTANCE CAREGIVING AND THE ELDERLY: EMPIRICALLY BASED
INTERVENTION TECHNIQUES AND ASSESSMENT
J. Blackburn*, . VIDEKA, P. TOSELAND (New York, United States)
PD7 726 ›
PALLIATIVE CARE IN NURSING HOMES: THE IMPORTANCE OF ARTICULATING
FUNCTIONAL DECLINE IN ADVANCED CHRONIC ILLNESS
PD7 727 ›
LIFE IN OLD AGE
M. Bern-Klug* (Iowa City, United States)
N. Chen* (Lee’s summit, United States of America)
296
Posters
PD7 728 ›
Tuesday 7
TESTING SELF-EFFICACY AS A PATHWAY THAT SUPPORTS SELF CARE AMONG
DEMENTIA FAMILY CAREGIVERS IN A PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION
M. Savundranayagam*, M. BRINTNALL-PETERSON (Milwaukee, United States)
PD7 729 ›
THE IMPACT OF PARENT-CARE TRANSITIONS ON THE MARITAL QUALITY AND
WELL-BEING OF ADULT DAUGHTERS AND SONS
J. Bookwala* (Easton, United States)
PD7 730 ›
THEMES FROM LIFE STORIES OF OLDER EARTHQUAKE SURVIVORS: 13 YEARS
AFTER THE GREAT HANSHIN EARTHQUAKE
PD7 731 ›
AGING IN THE COMMUNITY: HEALTH AND FUNCTIONING PROFILES OF ELDERLY
LIVING IN THE COMMUNITY ACROSS FRANCE, CANADA, THE U.S. AND JAPAN
K. Kanda*, Y. SAKAMOTO, L. CHEN (Nishinomiya, Japan)
K. Mulhorn* (Philadelphia, United States)
PD7 732 ›
THE IMPACT OF LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE ON FAMILY CAREGIVING IN KOREA
Y. Park* (Yongin-si, Republic of Korea)
PD7 733 ›
USING A FOCUS GROUP STUDY TO EXPLORE EXPERIENCES AND PERCEPTIONS
IN SENILE DEMENTIA PATIENTS’ FAMILY CAREGIVERS
PD7 734 ›
FACTORS INFLUENCE THE CHANGED FAMILY CARE-GIVING PATTERNS IN
TAIWAN: AN INVESTIGATION FROM RELIGION AND SOCIAL REPUTATION
PERSPECTIVES
S. Uei * (Hualien, Taiwan)
PD7 735 ›
ADULT DAUGHTERS AND AGING MOTHERS: CAREGIVER ROLE IDENTITY
DISCREPANCY, GUILT AND BURDEN
PD7 736 ›
TRENDS IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FORMAL AND INFORMAL CARE
OF OLDER PEOPLE WITH FUNCTIONAL DEPENDENCIES LIVING AT HOME IN
BRITAIN (1980-2001)
Tuesday
A. Livingstone*, S. WANG, A. TUCKETT , J. SOAR (Hervey Bay, Australia)
J. Gonyea*, R. PARIS (Boston, United States)
D. Patsios* (Bristol, United Kingdom)
PD7 737 ›
MIDLIFE MARITAL HAPPINESS AND ETHNIC CULTURE: A LIFE COURSE
PERSPECTIVE
PD7 738 ›
BRAIN FITNESS ACTIVITIES: HEALTH AND COGNITION AMONG OLDER
COMMUNITY SENIOR CENTER PARTICIPANTS
B. Mitchell* (Vancouver, Canada)
S. Bushfield*, T. FITZPATRICK (Las Cruces, United States)
PD7 739 ›
ASSESSMENT OF INFORMAL CAREGIVERS
D. Jorgensen*, M. PARSONS, S. JACOBS (Auckland, New Zealand)
PD7 740 ›
RESILIENT AGEING IN PLACE: IMPROVING THE LIVES OF OLDER PEOPLE
LIVING IN NEW ZEALAND COMMUNITIES
PD7 741 ›
MEALTIMES AND CHANGE IN THE CONTEXT OF DEMENTIA
L. Kiata*, J. WILES, N. KERSE (Auckland, New Zealand)
R. Genoe*, S. DUPUIS, H. KELLER, L. SCHINDEL MARTIN, H. REIMER, G. EDWARD,
C. CASSOLATO (Waterloo, Canada)
PD7 742 ›
MEALTIMES AS « THE WAY WE ARE »: THE MEANING AND EXPERIENCE OF
MEALTIMES IN THE DEMENTIA CONTEXT
H. Keller*, S. DUPUIS, L. SCHINDEL MARTIN, R. GEONE, H. REIMER, G. EDWARD,
C. CASSOLATO (Guelph, Canada)
297
Tuesday 7
Posters
PD7 743 ›
REFUGEE WOMEN FROM CENTRAL AMERICA: REMEMBRANCES OF COUNTRY
OF ORIGIN AND ENVISIONS ABOUT AGING IN CANADA
PD7 744 ›
PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS IN DEMENTIA CARE: EFFECTIVENESS AND
IMPEMENTATION
N. Hrycak* (Calgary, Canada)
I. Cantegreil* (Paris, France)
PD7 745 ›
AN INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION IN END-OF-LIFE CARE – TRANSFERRING
KNOWLEDGE INTO PRACTICE
C. Klinger*, M. SAVOIE, C. KLINGER (Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Canada)
PD7 746 ›
ABUSE OF OLDER PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA BY FAMILY CAREGIVERS: AN
INQUIRY INTO THE ROLE OF CAREGIVER STRESS
PD7 747 ›
EXPLORING THE INTERFACE BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND
GERONTOLOGY IN CANADA
E. Yan*, T. KWOK (Hong Kong, CHINA)
C. Huang* (Ottawa, Canada)
PD7 748 ›
« WELL YOU JUST GET ON WITH IT » - EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF
GRANDPARENTING A CHILD WITH A DISABILITY
PD7 749 ›
LIVING WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE: CHANGES AND FAMILY LIFE
PD7 750 ›
EMERGENCY AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE CAPABILITIES
OF ELDERLY INSTITUTIONS IN PUERTO RICO
Tuesday
S. Woodbridge* (Meadowbrook, Australia)
F. Navarro Peternella*, S. SILVA MARCON (Maringá, Brazil)
M. Oliver- Vazquez*, R. RIVERA-GUTIERREZ, H. MARIN, L. RODRIGUEZ, J. NORAT
(San Juan, Puerto Rico)
PD7 751 ›
CHANGES IN THE FILIAL OBLIGATIONS OF FAMILY CAREGIVERS UNDER THE
PUBLIC LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE SYSTEM IN JAPAN
PD7 752 ›
AN ANALYSIS OF INFORMAL CARE ACROSS SIX ASIA-PACIFIC COUNTRIES: A
POLICY MAKERS’ PERSPECTIVE
T. Takako*, S. HIGASHINO, M. OTAGA (Wako-Shi, Japan)
M. Iwakuma*, R. IBRAHIM, L. KIATA, M. ONO, Q. NAN, T. ERIKA (Kyoto, Japan)
PD7 753 ›
UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF CARE-GIVING ON SLEEP: A NEGLECTED DIMENSION
S. Arber*, E. BIANCHERA, S. VENN (Guildford, United Kingdom)
PD7 754 ›
ATTITUDINAL BARRIERS TOWARD USE OF COMMUNITY RESOURCES
R. Wacker*, S. COLLINS, P. KEITH (Greeley, United States)
PD7 755 ›
A POPULATION BASED STUDY OF CAREGIVING BURDEN OF CENTENARIAN
CAREGIVERS IN NORTHERN JAPAN
PD7 756 ›
SOCIAL SPACES, RURAL PLACES: AGEING-IN-PLACE AND SOCIAL NETWORKS
IN RURAL SOUTH AUSTRALIA
S. Freeman*, H. KUROSAWA, S. EBIHARA, M. KOHZUKI (Sendai, Japan)
H. Feist*, P. HUGO (Adelaide, Australia)
PD7 757 ›
THE NURSING CONTRIBUTION TO PALLIATIVE CARE IN A COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
L. Brereton*, J. STEERS, C. INGLETON (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
PD7 758 ›
SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND CULTURAL DETERMINANTS OF WELL- BEING OF
OLDER PERSONS IN LEBANON: A CASE STUDY
L. ABI-HABIB*, H. CHEMAITELLY, L. JAALOUK (Beirut , Lebanon)
298
Posters
Tuesday 7
PD7 759 ›
PERCEPTIONS OF PHYSICAL RESTRAINT BY FAMILY CAREGIVERS OF HOMEDWELLING ELDERS
PD7 760 ›
THE SPENDING PATTERNS OF THE OLD-AGE PENSION BY THE FRAIL ELDERLY
PD7 761 ›
FAMILY AND CARE GIVING FOR THE AGED IN NIGERIA: A SOCIOLOGICAL
APPROACH
S. Kurata* (Hamamatsu, Japan)
C. Strydom*, P. STRYDOM (Potchefstroom, South Africa)
F. EBOIYEHI* (Ile-Ife, Nigeria)
PD7 762 ›
DESIGNING WITH & FOR THE ELDERLY: A PARTICIPATIVE RESEARCH TO
RETHINK THE BATHROOM
PD7 763 ›
JAPANESE SOCIAL SUPPORT NETWORKS AMONG THE ELDERLY LIVING ALONE
IN A MARGINAL COMMUNITY
E. Morales*, J. ROUSSEAU, R. PASSINI (Montréal, Canada)
Y. Watanabe* (Fujikawaguchiko, Japan)
PD7 764 ›
THE FEMININE FACE OF SOCIAL SUPPORT OF ELDERLY CARDIAC PATIENTS
S. Medeiros* (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PD7 765 ›
MODIFICATION TO THE HOSPITAL PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT: EFFECT ON
OLDER ADULT RETENTION OF POST-DISCHARGE INSTRUCTION
PD7 766 ›
ASSESSMENT: RESOURCES AND THEIR MEANING FOR CAREGIVERS
PD7 767 ›
FAMILY CAREGIVER CAREER AND THEIR NEED FOR COUNSELLING – RESULTS
FROM A QUALITATIVE STUDY IN SAARLAND
C. Mischke* (Saarbrücken, Germany)
Tuesday
T. Love*, G. GUTMAN, B. CARMICHAEL, B. NGAI, M. LUI, K. TAVAKOLIAN, Y. CHUO, B. KAMINSKA (Vancouver, Canada)
E. Berkemer*, C. MISCHKE, M. MEYER (Saarbruecken, Germany)
PD7 768 ›
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CAREGIVERS AND ELDERLIES WITH DEMENTIA IN
HOME CARE IN BRAZIL
PD7 769 ›
COPING STRATEGIES OF CHINESE ELDERLY MEN LIVING ALONE IN SINGAPORE
PD7 770 ›
FAMILY CAREGIVER COPING IN END-OF-LIFE CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH
DEMENTIA
R. Santana*, N. FIGUEIREDO, M. FERREIRA, N. ALVIM, I. DOS SANTOS (Marica, Brazil)
L. Thang* (Singapore, Singapore)
S. Waskiewich*, K. STAJDUHAR (Victoria, Canada)
PD7 771 ›
MAKING SENSE AND FINDING MEANING: EVERYDAY NARRATIVES OF LIVING
WITH DEMENTIA
J. Robertson* (Stirling, United Kingdom)
PD7 772 ›
PROVIDERS OF HELP WITH PHYSICAL DIFFICULTIES – WHO AND WHAT FOR?
OBSERVATIONS FROM THE ENGLISH LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF AGEING
E. Breeze* (London, United Kingdom)
PD7 773 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERVENTION PROGRAM FOR ALZHEIMER’S FAMILY
CAREGIVERS FOLLOWING DIAGNOSTIC DISCLOSURE
L. Lévesque*, F. DUCHARME, L. BEAUDET, A. LEGAULT, M. KERGOAT (Montréal,
Canada)
299
Tuesday 7
Posters
PD7 774 ›
DIFFERENCES IN THE CARE-GIVING PATTERNS OF ADULT CHILDREN TOWARD
THEIR PARENT (CASES WHERE THE FATHERS HAD PASSED AWAY BEFORE THE
MOTHERS)
PD7 775 ›
PHYSICAL BARRIERS IN MARKETS FACED BY ELDERLY PEOPLE AND PEOPLE
WITH DISABILITIES IN THAILAND
M. Naoi* (Tokyo, Japan)
B. Kutintara*, P. SOMBOON, S. CHAENGSRI, S. SUANLIM, K. PHANKONG, T. CHUMNANPRAI, W. SONSIRI, A. WONGMA (Bangkok, Thailand)
PD7 776 ›
CROSS-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN FILIAL CAREGIVERS: CANADIANS,
CHINESE, AND CHINESE-CANADIANS
PD7 777 ›
SPENDING PATTERNS OF FAMILY CAREGIVERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR AN
UNCERTAIN ECONOMIC FUTURE
N. Chappell*, L. FUNK (Victoria, Canada)
D. Wagner*, G. HUNT (Towson, United States)
PD7 778 ›
THE FAMILY CAREGIVING DYAD: PERCEPTION OF CARE BY CAREGIVERS AND
CARE-RECIPIENTS AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH DEPRESSIVE MOOD AND SELFRATED HEALTH
PD7 779 ›
DETERMINANTS AND ECONOMIC VALUATION OF FORMAL AND INFORMAL
CARE FOR FRENCH DISABLED ELDERLY LIVING AT HOME
Tuesday
V. Soskolne* (Ramat-Gan, Israel)
B. Davin*, A. PARAPONARIS, P. VERGER (Marseille, France)
PD7 780 ›
SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT OF OLDER RURAL CANADIANS: CONSTRAINTS AND
FACILITATORS OF CHOICE
PD7 781 ›
« MEMORIES ARE LIKE A DARK CLOUD »: AN EVIDENCE-BASED AGED-CARE
MODEL FOR OLDER SURVIVORS OF MASS TRAUMA
J. Rozanova*, N. KEATING, H. NORTHCOTT, S. MCDANIEL (Providence, USA)
W. Yvonne*, K. TESHUVA, Y. WELLS (Melbourne, Australia)
PD7 783 ›
END-OF-LIFE PROCESS IN A NURSING HOME IN JAPAN BY CASE STUDY
C. Shimada* (Itabashi-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
PD7 784 ›
LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE SYSTEM AND FACTORS RELATED TO STABLE
CARE RELATIONS IN JAPANESE ELDERS
R. Takahashi*, R. CAMPBELL, S. LONG, Y. YAMADA, H. KODAMA, C. NISHIMURA, Y. SUDA (Tokyo, Japan)
Gerontology in developping countries
PD7 785 ›
IS ELDER ABUSE WORSE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES? COMPARATIVE
ANALYSIS BETWEEN BRAZIL AND USA
PD7 786 ›
STAYING ACTIVE AND PROMOTING WELL-BEING AMONG THE ELDERLY: A
STUDY OF OLD AGE HOMES IN INDIA
A. Ruggio* (Manhattan Beach, United States)
A. Mishra*, D. KAR (Roorkee, Uttaranchal, India)
PD7 787 ›
POLICY IN THE FACE OF RAPID CHANGE: THE CASE OF KOREA
H. Yoon*, H. JON (Corvallis, United States)
PD7 788 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEALTH AND SES IN SOUTH KOREA
J. Lee* (Columbus, United States)
300
Posters
Tuesday 7
PD7 789 ›
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SOCIAL INCLUSION AMONG ELDERS WITH A
DISABILITY IN SHANGHAI AND HONG KONG, CHINA
PD7 790 ›
HERBAL MEDICINES FOLLOWING THE ELDERLY PERSPECTIVE: FOOD,
NOURISHMENT AND MEDICINE
H. Chen*, Y. WONG (Hong Kong, China)
C. Sumngern*, Z. AZEREDO, A. KIJJOA, R. SUBGRANON, N. SUNGVORAWONGPHANA (Porto, Portugal)
PD7 791 ›
ELDERLY SERVICE NEEDS IN HONG KONG FROM THE USERS
B. Mak*, J. WOO (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PD7 792 ›
CHINESE ELDERLY PEOPLE’S PERCEIVED IMAGE AND SELF-IMAGE: AN
EXAMINATION OF LOOKING-GLASS-SELF THEORY
PD7 793 ›
DEFINITIONS ABOUT QUALITY OF LIFE: BRAZILIAN OLDER ADULTS PERCEPTIONS
PD7 794 ›
PERCEPTION OF AGING EXPERIENCE BY SENEGALESE WOMEN: A
PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY
X. BAI*, N. CHOW (Hong Kong, China)
L. Paskulin*, F. CORDOVA, L. VIANNA, F. COSTA (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
A. Seck* (Québec, Canada)
EFFECTS OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION ON DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS OF ELDERLY
CHINESE LIVING ALONE IN CHINA
PD7 796 ›
THE ELDERLY LIFE ADJUSTMENT AND DEMAND FOR THE MENTAL SUPPORT
IN TAIWAN
D. Lai*, H. TONG (Calgary, Canada)
Tuesday
PD7 795 ›
S. Tseng*, L. KUO (Tainan, Taiwan)
PD7 797 ›
THE ELDERLY INFORMATION DEMAND FOR DISEASES AND SELF-CARE IN TAIWAN
L. Kuo*, K. LIN-HUI, T. SU-FENG (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
Integrated models of care
PD7 798 ›
DEVELOPING USER-DRIVEN APPROACHES TO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
FOR AMBIENT TECHNOLOGIES
A. Sixsmith* (Vancouver, Canada)
PD7 799 ›
INTERPROFESSIONNAL CONTINUITIES IN THE PROCESS OF DETERMINING
THE INCAPACITY OF AN ELDERLY PERSON
Y. Couturier*, M. BEAUDRY, M. BEAULIEU, S. PHILIPS-NOOTENS (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PD7 800 ›
AGENCY FOR INTEGRATED CARE: A SYSTEM APPROACH TO BRIDGING ACROSS
CARE SITES IN SINGAPORE
A. Ng*, C. TAY, L. WONG (Singapore, Singapore)
PD7 801 ›
OUTPATIENT CARE FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE: A STUDY OF DEMAND AND OFFER
M. Scochi*, S. MARIA JOSE, S. ELIZABETH APARECIDA (Maringá, Brazil)
PD7 802 ›
DEMENTIA CARE NETWORKS: FACILITATORS AND BARRIERS
M. Otero*, I. DRASKOVIC, M. OLDE RIKKERT, M. VERNOOIJ-DASSEN (Nijmegen,
The Netherlands)
PD7 803 ›
MEDICAL AND SOCIAL HOME HEALTH CARE INTEGRATION FOR COMMUNITY
DWELLING ELDERLY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. EXAMPLE OF IRAN « PSGIDI »
F. Teymoori*, A. FRANCO, M. MOUSAVI, J. DEMONGEOT, M. SHIRAZIKHAH, A. BIGLARIAN (Grenoble, France)
301
Tuesday 7
Posters
PD7 804 ›
INDICATORS FOR TARGETING SERVICES TO COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER
PERSONS
PD7 805 ›
CREATION AND ADEQUATE USE OF PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR THE
VULNERABLE ELDERLY: THREE YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE NETHERLANDS
C. GALAND*, F. BELAND, N. LEDUC (Montreal, Canada)
T. Melchior* (Den Bosch, The Netherlands)
PD7 806 ›
SUPPORTING ELDERS IN VARIED CULTURAL CONTEXTS: THE ROLE OF
GOVERNMENTS, MARKETS, AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN SOCIAL POLICY
M. McCall*, T. ANME, C. HENNING, A. LOWENSTEIN, M. JEGERMALM, A. SCHARLACH (Moraga, United States)
PD7 807 ›
TELEMEDICINE IN NURSING HOMES. NEEDS FOR RECOMMENDATIONS
A. FRANCO*, P. LUTZLER, V. RIALLE, M. BENBADIS, M. LAILA, D. CELSE, F. TEYMOORI (GRENOBLE, France)
PD7 808 ›
HEALTHY, DIGNIFIED, AND HAPPY ENVIRONMENT FOR THE AGED THROUGH
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: A U-CARE PROJECT FOR THE AGED
C. Lin*, W. KONG, C. CHUNG, C. MA, S. WU, C. LIN, W. SHIEH, C. LEE, C. LEE CHEN, S.
CHI, Y. CHOU (Taipei, Taiwan)
PD7 809 ›
TRUST-BUILDING WITH TRAUMATIZED OLDER CLIENTS: A CONCEPTUAL MODEL
Tuesday
B. Behnia* (Ottawa, Canada)
PD7 810 ›
THE ACUTE-AGED CARE INTERFACE: EXPLORING THE DYNAMICS OF « BED
BLOCKING »
L. Gray*, C. TRAVERS , G. MCDONNELL, T. BROE, S. DUCKETT, P. ANDERSON, R. KARMEL, L. GRAY (Brisbane, Australia)
PD7 811 ›
CARE MIX FOR THE ELDERLY LIVING ALONE IN JAPAN: WHO PROVIDES
SUPPORT FOR THEM?
M. Yamaguchi*, Y. SHIMIZU, M. SAITO, S. TAKEI (Tokyo, Japan)
PD7 812 ›
INFORMING POLICY AND SERVICE PROVISION IN THE CONTINUUM OF CARE: A
CANADIAN INTERRAI STUDY
PD7 813 ›
THE FEASIBILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF PREVENTIVE HEALTH SCREENING
FOR COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY
N. Jutan*, J. HIRDES, J. POSS, A. COSTA (Waterloo, Canada)
P. Van Bilsen*, J. HAMERS, J. SCHOLS (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
PD7 814 ›
THE GERI-ED TEAM: A MODEL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY AND INTEGRATED CARE
FOR FRAIL ELDERLY IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT OF A LARGE HOSPITAL
IN NORTH AMERICA
J. Verdon*, K. BAIG, P. BARASSI, K. BROWN, N. PLAISIR, G. RAMSAY, M. SULLIVAN,
A. TURNER, A. HUANG (Montreal, Canada)
PD7 815 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE (QL) AND PATIENTS´ SATISFACTION (PS) IN GERIATRIC
PATIENTS ARE INDEPENDENT OF WHETHER THEY ARE RANDOMISED TO HOME
VISIT BY THE GERIATRIC TEAM OR TO CONSULTATION IN THE OUTPATIENT CLINIC
PD7 816 ›
DEMENTIA FRIENDSHIP CLUB: A TRIAL FOR DEVELOPPING A COMMUNITY
SYSTEM FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN JAPAN
L. Matzen* (Odense, Denmark)
S. Ide*, S. UCHIGASHIMA, Y. OKUBO (Ishikari, Hokkaido, Japan)
302
Posters
Tuesday 7
Intergenerational aspects
PD7 817 ›
TRANSACTIONS BETWEEN GENERATIONS. ELDERLY PERSONS GIVING AND
RECIEVING OF ECONOMIC AND PRACTIVCAL HELP IN SWEDEN
A. Sand* (Örebro, Sweden)
PD7 818 ›
TRANSITIONS IN LIVING ARRANGEMENTS AMONG ELDERS IN TAIWAN: DOES
HEALTH MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
C. Chen*, J. LIANG (Taipei, Taiwan)
PD7 819 ›
LEARN, PLAY AND GROW: KNOWLEDGE IN INTERGENERATION RELATION
PD7 820 ›
GETTING RUDE - AN INTERGENERATIONAL PROJECT EXPLORING SEXUAL
ISSUES OF OLDER PEOPLE IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
M. Carréra*, A. MARQUES, S. AUSTREGÉSILO (Recife, Brazil)
T. Hafford-Letchfield*, M. WEBSTER, P. AVERY, W. COUCHMAN (London, UK)
PD7 821 ›
A MODEL OF INTERGENERATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: THE TECHNOLOGICAL
ENCOUNTER BETWEEN CHILDREN AND OLD ADULTS AT SCHOOL
T. Gamliel* (Ramat-Gan, Israel)
PD7 822 ›
GRANDPARENTS LATENT PROBLEMS IN TEHRAN: A SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC
APPRAISAL OF AGEING IN IRAN
M. Taghi Sheykhi* (Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
COMMITTMENT TO CONNECTIONS: EXPLORING THE MEANING OF LEISURE IN
GRANDPARENT-GRANDCHILD RELATIONSHIPS
S. Hebblethwaite* (Montreal, Canada)
Long-term care insurance
PD7 824 ›
LONG-TERM CARE: A NEW RISK FOR THE BRAZILIAN SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM
Tuesday
PD7 823 ›
M. Pasinato*, G. KORNIS (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PD7 825 ›
INTRODUCTION OF SOCIAL INSURANCE FOR LONG-TERM CARE IN SOUTH
KOREA: PROCESS AND CHALLENGES
S. Kwon*, N.H. yoon, S. KIM (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PD7 826 ›
DOES THE PROVISION OF IADL SUPPORT SERVICES PREVENT OR PROMOTE DECLINE?
T. Ishibashi*, N. IKEGAMI (Tokyo, Japan)
PD7 827 ›
10 YEARS OF LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE MODEL IN LUXEMBOURG:
BENEFITS AND NEGATIVE ASPECTS FOR PATIENTS AND DOCTORS
J. Leners* (Ettelbruck, Luxembourg)
PD7 828 ›
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE IN JAPAN AND
SOUTH KOREA - THE CHRACTERISTICS AND PROBLEMS
K. Hwang*, K. LEE, J. UM (Nayoro City, Japan)
Retired people still in the workforce
PD7 829 ›
WITH WRINKLED SKIN AND WORN-OUT SHOES. ELDERLY WORKERS’ LABOR
AND SUBSISTENCE IN MEXICO’S SHOE AND TANNING INDUSTRIES
M. Conejo Navarro*, M. HERNÁNDEZ MADRID (León Guanajuato, Mexico)
PD7 830 ›
A STUDY ON THE DETERMINANTS OF LABOR PARTICIPATION OF THE ELDERLY
IN RURAL AND URBAN CHINA
W. Zhang* (Beijing, China)
303
Tuesday 7
PD7 831 ›
Posters
EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF A HIGH-COMMITMENT SENIOR VOLUNTEER
PROGRAM:A QUASI-RANDOMIZED EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
S. Hong*, N. MORROW-HOWELL, S. MCCRARY (Singapore, Singapore)
Retirement policies & problems
PD7 832 ›
THE DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A COMPREHENSIVE AND THEORY
DRIVEN MEASURE OF RETIREMENT PLANNING
PD7 833 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND INCOME ON
RETIREMENT SATISFACTION
F. Alpass*, J. NOONE, C. STEPHENS (Wellington, New Zealand)
R. Maiden*, B. HAYSLIP JR, P. MAIDEN (Alfred, United States)
PD7 834 ›
REVERSE MORTGAGES : AN OBJECT FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES
A. GOTMAN*, L. ASSIER-ANDRIEU (Paris, France)
PD7 836 ›
REPRESENTATIONS AND GOOD PRACTICES OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IN
AGE MANAGEMENT
M. Ferreira* (Porto, Portugal)
PD7 837 ›
« PLANNING TO RETIRE AND GROW OLD TOGETHER »
PD7 838 ›
A CROSS-NATIONAL ANALYSIS OF LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION AND LIFE
EXPECTANCY AMONG OLDER ADULTS
Tuesday
S. Keeling* (Christchurch , New Zealand)
J. Johnson* (Chestnut Hill, United States of America)
PD7 839 ›
CHILEAN PUBLIC HEALTH MODEL FOR ELDERLY CARE
J. Silva*, A. VILLALOBOS, J. JÉREZ, C. BUSTOS, P. HERRERA, L. JEREZ (Santiago, Chile)
Social policy and social welfare
PD7 840 ›
THE AGE OF MIGRATION AND THE DIVERSITY OF OLDER MIGRANTS:
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIAL GERONTOLOGY
S. Torres* (Norrköping, Sweden)
PD7 841 ›
ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AGING: SOCIALMEDICAL ASPECTS IN GERMANY
M. Penz* (Munich, Germany)
PD7 842 ›
NON-CONTRIBUTORY SOCIAL PENSION: A NECESSARY SCHEME TO BE
DEVELOPED IN CHINA
PD7 843 ›
A LIFE COURSE PERSPECTIVE OF HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS
X. Jiang* (Beijing, China)
L. McDonald* (Toronto, Canada)
PD7 844 ›
IMMIGRANT CARE WORKERS IN HAWAII: DEVELOPING SOCIALLY-JUST
WORKFORCE POLICIES AND COMMUNITY OPTIONS IN CARING FOR FRAIL
OLDER ADULTS
C. Browne*, K. BRAUN (Honolulu, United States)
PD7 845 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE & OLDER PEOPLE: THE CASE OF CYPRUS
PD7 846 ›
EXPLORING OLDER WOMEN’S EXPERIENCES OF DOMESTIC ABUSE:
IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT
C. PHELLAS* (NICOSIA, Cyprus)
J. McGarry * (Derby, United Kingdom)
304
Posters
Tuesday 7
PD7 847 ›
TOWARD LONG-TERM CARE REFORM IN THE UNITED STATES: FINDINGS FROM
A NATIONAL SURVEY OF SPECIALISTS
PD7 848 ›
SOCIAL POLICY AND SOCIAL WELFARE FOR THE ELDERLY
PD7 849 ›
WHICH MEASURE OF QUALITY OF LIFE IS MOST VALID FOR USE WITH OLDER
PEOPLE?
E. Miller*, V. MOR, M. CLARK (Providence, United States)
T. Hartono* (Jakarta , Indonesia)
A. Bowling* (London, United Kingdom)
PD7 850 ›
HAS MODEL OF ATTENTION OF DIF TAMAULIPAS FOR THE ELDERLY
P. Lara de del Cos*, A. GONZALEZ, L. MARCOS (victoria tamaulipas, Mexico)
PD7 851 ›
PARTICIPATION IN LOCAL GOVERNANCE: A MODEL FOR ENGAGING WITH
DIVERSE SENIORS
PD7 852 ›
STEALTH PRIVATIZATION OF CARE FOR THE ELDERLY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
CANADA
A. Petriwskyj* (Brisbane, Australia)
A. Davidson* (Kelowna, Canada)
PD7 853 ›
THE ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATION OF THE PATIENT RESOURCE AND
SUPPORT CENTER AT HADASSAH HOSPITAL
PD7 854 ›
WITHOUT INTENTION: UNCOVERING THE HIDDEN ASPECTS OF RURAL
RESPONSES TO HOMELESSNESS
B. Elias * (Toronto, Canada)
PD7 855 ›
Tuesday
S. Halevy-Levin*, J. JUREN, M. DALTRUFF, R. AVRAMOV (Jerusalem, Israel)
THE BLOSSOMING OF THE PATH TO MAINTAIN GOOD HEALTH
L. Dyall*, T. SKIPPER (New Zealand)
PD7 856 ›
THE PUBLIC LIFE OF OLDER PEOPLE: NEIGHBOURHOODS AND NETWORKS
P. GARDNER* (New York, United States)
PD7 857 ›
TRACKING PROFILE AND PREDICTORS OF ADMISSIONS TO NURSING HOMES IN
SINGAPORE
PD7 858 ›
THE EFFECT OF HOME CARE ON THE ABILITY TO PERFORM THE ACTIVITIES OF
DAILY LIVING AND THE WELL-BEING OF OLDER PEOPLE
C. Tay*, A. NG , L. WONG (Singapore, Singapore)
E. Hansen*, V. CHRISTENSEN, E. HEINESEN (Copenhagen, Denmark)
PD7 859 ›
DIGNITY AND RESPECT IN OLDER AGE: LESSONS FROM RESEARCH ON BLACK AND MINORITY ETHNIC COMMUNITIES
A. Bowes*, G. AVAN, M. SHERRY BIEN (Stirling, United Kingdom)
PD7 860 ›
INTERNATIONALISATION OF ELDERLY CARE AND WELFARE AND CARE FOR
OLDER MIGRANTS
PD7 861 ›
AGEING WELL IN AUSTRALIA: THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND
COLLABORATION
Y. Witter* (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
J. Everingham*, J. WARBURTON, M. CUTHILL, H. BARTLETT (Brisbane, Australia)
PD7 862 ›
CHALLENGES FACED BY SERVICE PROVIDERS WORKING WITH IMMIGRANT
SENIORS IN WESTERN CANADA
E. Shizha*, E. MAKWARIMBA, M. STEWART (Brantford, Canada)
305
Tuesday 7
Posters
PD7 863 ›
NEXUS OF AGING, IMMIGRATION, AND MULTICULTURALISM IN SOUTH KOREA:
LESSONS FROM THE 1992 LOS ANGELES RIOTS
PD7 864 ›
SOCIAL RESULTS AND LESSONS LEARNED FROM A HEALTH PROMOTION
PROGRAMME FOR THE ELDERLY IN RURAL THAILAND
B. Kim*, F. TORRES-GIL (Los Angeles, United States)
W. BOONCHALAKSI*, P. MUENSAKDA (Nakhonpathom, Thailand)
PD7 865 ›
BEREAVEMENT NEEDS AMONGST OLDER PEOPLE – A NEGLECTED POLICY ARENA?
J. Croxall*, J. CROXALL, S. HILLCOAT-NALLETAMBY (Swansea, UK)
PD7 866 ›
WHAT CONTRIBUTE TO QUALITY OF LIFE IN OLD AGE? PERSPECTIVES OF
OLDER TAIWANESE
PD7 867 ›
HEALTH STATUS AND HEALTHCARE EFFECT OF GRANDPARENTS IN
GRANDPARENTS AND GRANDCHILDREN FAMILY
L. Chang*, G. CHIO, J. WANG, H. MAO, S. WU (Taichung City , Taiwan)
Y. Cho*, Y. PARK (Chunnam province, Republic of Korea)
PD7 868 ›
MIGRANT CARE WORKERS, OR MIGRANTS WORKING IN LONG TERM CARE: A
REVIEW OF THE AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE
A. Howe* (Balwyn, Australia)
Tuesday
PD7 869 ›
EMPLOYMENT STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT DEMANDS OF CERTIFIED SOCIAL
WORKERS IN THE GERIATRIC SETTING UNDER THE LTCI IN JAPAN
H. Ishikawa*, Y. NAKATANI, M. TOJOU, N. OKADA, Y. WATANABE (Nishinomiya,
Japan)
PD7 870 ›
CADENZA, A JOCKEY CLUB INITIATIVE FOR SENIORS
P. Chan* (Hong Kong, CHINA)
PD7 871 ›
THE HAUSGEMEINSCHAFT (HOUSING COMMUNITY) AS INNOVATIVE APPROACH
IN NURSING HOME CARE
J. Wilbers*, S. RE, H. WINTER (Frankfurt, Germany)
PD7 872 ›
OLDER PEOPLE AND DOMESTIC PHONES: DOES THE MARKET ANSWER THE
NEEDS OF HONG KONG’S SILVER POPULATION?
PD7 873 ›
THE FLEMISH ELDERLY CARE STUDY. CARE PATHWAYS OF ELDERLY PERSONS
WITH COGNITIVE PROBLEMS AND/OR DEPRESSION
K. LO*, L. YAP, M. WONG, C. LAI (Hong Kong, China)
M. Demaerschalk*, A. DECLERCQ (Leuven, Belgium)
PD7 874 ›
THE RETENTION OF OLDER PARTICPANTS IN LONGITUDINAL RESEARCH
STUDIES
PD7 875 ›
PERSPECTIVES ON TRANSPORTATION: BUILDING ON THE AGE-FRIENDLY
CITIES PROJECT - A « WHO » INITIATIVE
A. Tinker* (London, United Kingdom)
J. Love*, H. TUOKKO, E. GALLAGHER (Victoria, Canada)
PD7 876 ›
EXTRA CARE BUILDING TYPOLOGY IN THE UK A. Lewis*, R. DARTON, J. HOLDER, K. MCKEE, A. NETTEN, A. ORRELL, J. TORRINGTON (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
PD7 877 ›
CARING FOR OLDER PEOPLE: A COMPARISON OF ARRANGEMENTS IN
ENGLAND AND NEW ZEALAND
H. Arksey*, P. KOOPMAN-BOYDEN (York, United Kingdom)
306
Posters
PD7 878 ›
Tuesday 7
THE DESIGN OF EXTRA CARE HOUSING: MEETING THE UK NATIONAL
STRATEGY FOR HOUSING IN AN AGEING SOCIETY?
A. Orrell*, S. BARNES, R. DARTON, J. HOLDER, A. LEWIS, K. MCKEE, A. NETTEN, J. TORRINGTON (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
PD7 879 ›
ELDERY PROFILE AT HEALTH SERVICE: NECESSITY OF ATTENTION IN RIGHTS
PERSPECTIVE. SOCIAL SERVICE AT CLINICAL HOSPITAL OF UNICAMP
A. Camargo*, A. CAMARGO, M. CAMILO, C. LIMA, M. ROVARIZ, W. MORAIS, E. DIAS,
M. ARAÚJO PINTO, J. OLIVEIRA, M. CHESCHINI, R. SARTORI (Campinas, Brazil)
PD7 880 ›
THE PERCEPTIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATORS OF NURSING CARE
INSTITUTIONS TOWARD ACCEPTING FOREIGN NURSING CARE WORKERS
PD7 881 ›
POLITICS OF MANAGERIALISM IN ELDERCARE – INDIVIDUAL NEEDS OF THE
ELDERLY ARE SUBORDINATED STRUCTURAL GUIDELINES
N. Tsukada* (Tokyo, Japan)
K. Andersson* (Umeå, Sweden)
PD7 882 ›
NOVOGERONTS AND THEIR HOUSING PREFERENCES! RESEARCH OF A
HOUSING-ASSOCIATION ABOUT LIVING OF ELDERLY PEOPLE TOMORROW
K. Smid* (Zwolle, The Netherlands)
PD7 883 ›
bis
PD7 885 ›
PREDICTORS OF SUICIDAL IDEATION IN AGING KOREANS
PD7 886 ›
DEVELOPING RESEARCH MINDEDNESS WITHIN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE
PD7 887 ›
ADVERSE EFFECTS OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT IN THE FIELD OF ELDER CARE
S.Y. ROH*, C.H. NOH (Bundang-gu, Republic of Korea)
E. Nicklett*, R. ANSPACH, J. LIANG, J. SHIM (Ann Arbor, United States)
Tuesday
A LIFE-COURSE, MIXED METHOD ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL CLASS AND DIABETIC
OUTCOMES OF OLDER ADULTS
A. Murray*, J. PHILLIPS (Swansea, United Kingdom)
K. Östman * (Stockholm , Sweden)
PD7 888 ›
CAN THE CONCEPT OF « welfare habitus » explain older people’s reluctance to claim full welfare entitlements in the UK?
S. Moffatt*, P. HIGGS, I. REES JONES (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom)
PD7 889 ›
RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARITIES BETWEEN RESIDENTS AND CAREGIVERS
AND ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN MARYLAND NURSING HOMES
PD7 891 ›
IS LESS SOCIAL PARTICIPATION BY OLDER PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER
SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING?
C. Thomas*, P. SILVA, G. SIMPSON (Rockville, United States)
C. Van Campen*, J. IEDEMA (The Hague, The Netherlands)
PD7 892 ›
UNDERSTANDING THE EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES OF LOSS IN LATE LIFE
I. Ferrer*, A. GRENIER (Montreal, Canada)
PD7 893 ›
HOW DO ELDERLY PEOPLE LIVING AT HOME PERCEIVE ASSISTANCE IN
MEDICINE MANAGEMENT?
PD7 894 ›
SOCIAL CAPITAL AMONG THE ELDERLY: IMPLICATIONS FOR PHYSICAL AND
MENTAL HEALTH
Å. Craftman*, E. VON STRAUSS, M. WESTERBOTN (Stockholm, Sweden)
J. Norstrand*, A. GLICKSMAN (Chestnut Hill, United States of America)
307
Tuesday 7
PD7 895 ›
Posters
WHY IS EVERYONE AT THIS CLINIC AGED 30 TO 40? USING LIFE COURSE
PERSPECTIVE TO UNDERSTAND HOMELESSNESS
A. Oudshoorn*, C. WARD-GRIFFIN, H. BERMAN, C. FORCHUK, B. POLAND
(London, Canada)
PD7 896 ›
ELDER ABUSE: A CANADIAN APPROACH TO MEASURING PREVALENCE
C. Walsh*, G. DAOUST (Calgary, Canada)
PD7 897 ›
SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF OLDER ADULTS KNOWLEDGE OF COMMUNITY
SUPPORT SERVICES
M. Denton*, T. JOSEPH, M. DENTON, J. PLOEG, J. LILLIE, B. HUTCHINSON, N. AKHTAR-DANESH, K. BRAZIL, J. MILLEN PLENDERLEITH (Hamilton, Canada)
PD7 898 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF PROTOTYPE RESIDENCE UNITS OF FEE-CHARGED
WELFARE HOUSING FOR THE AGED IN KOREA
PD7 899 ›
FEARS AND FEARS COME TRUE: THE EXPERIENCES OF OLDER CARE
RECIPIENTS OF LIVE-IN FOREIGN HOME CARE AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS
T. Kim* (Jeju-Shi, Republic of Korea)
Tuesday
L. Ayalon* (Ramat Gan, Israel)
308
Posters
Wednesday 8
Track A - Biological Sciences
Longevity
PA8 001 ›
NEURONO-GLIAL LIPOFUSCINO- AND CEROIDO-LYSIS - NEW BRAIN
LONGEVITY WAYS IN ANTI-AGING MEDICINE
D. RIGA*, S. RIGA, V. PAIS, L. DANAILA, D. MOTOC, L. MOS, F. SCHNEIDER
(Bucharest, Romania)
PA8 002 ›
BRAIN AND SPLEEN OF LONG-LIVING MICE SHOW SIMILAR PROTEIN
OXIDATION MARKERS TO THOSE IN ADULTS
PA8 003 ›
CHANGES IN CHYMOTRYPSIN- AND CASPASE-LIKE ACTIVITIES OF THE 20S
PROTEASOME WITH AGING AND LONGEVITY
M. DE LA FUENTE*, A. LORENA, A. NAUDÍ, R. PAMPLONA, A. HERNANZ (Madrid, Spain)
M. DE LA FUENTE*, S. RATTAN, L. ARRANZ (Madrid, Spain)
PA8 004 ›
THE LONGEVITY OF SPONTANEOUS DWARF RAT (SDR) AND A POSSIBILITY OF A
NEW ANIMAL MODEL FOR AGING RESEARCH
T. SHINKAI*, K. KAZUNAO, K. TAKAO, T. SHOICHI, S. TORU, M. SHIGENOBU, K. HIROSHI (Tokyo, Japan)
PA8 005 ›
COMPARISONS OF CHARACTERISTICS OF « DELAYER » AND « SURVIVOR »
AMONG CHINESE OCTOGENARIANS IN TAIWAN
L. LIU*, L. CHEN, S. HWANG, C. LAN (Taipei, Taiwan)
PA8 006 ›
PARENTAL LONGEVITY INFLUENCES ON MORTALITY TRAJECTORIES IN HUMANS
L. GAVRILOV*, N. GAVRILOVA, L. GAVRILOV (Chicago, United States)
PA8 007 ›
SOME BIO-GERONTOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF LONG-LIVERS IN AJARA
REGION OF GEORGIA
R. KHUKHUNAISHVILI*, M. KORIDZE, M. NAGERVADZE, N. ZOSIDZE, I. CHARKVIANI
(Batumi, Georgia)
METHYLATION STATUS AND AGEING; FINDINGS FROM THE BELFAST ELDERLY
LONGITUDINAL FREE-LIVING AGEING STUDY (BELFAST)
I. REA*, M. DALLET, S. MCNERLAN, A. MURPHY, K. MILLS (Belfast, United Kingdom)
PA8 009 ›
BENEFICIAL METABOLIC PROFILE MARKS FAMILIAL LONGEVITY AT MIDDLE AGE
D. VAN HEEMST*, R. WESTENDORP, M. ROZING, M. FROLICH, S. MOOIJAART, B. GERARDJAN, B. MARIAN, H. BASTIAAN, D. ANTON, S. ELINE (Leiden, The Netherlands)
PA8 010 ›
Wednesday
PA8 008 ›
G-2548A AND G19A LEP, AS WELL AS K109R, Q223R, K656N LEPR
POLYMORPHISMS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH HEALTHY EXTREME LONGEVITY
M. ROSZKOWSKA-GANCARZ*, A. KURYLOWICZ, M. AMBROZIAK, J. POLOSAK,
P. DOBOSZ, M. OWCZARZ, M. MOSSAKOWSKA, M. PUZIANOWSKA-KUZNICKA
(Warsaw, Poland)
PA8 011 ›
DETECTING SENESCENCE IN ARCTICA ISLANDICA: THE OLDEST SPECIES
KNOWN TO SCIENCE
I. RIDGWAY*, C. RICHARDSON (Anglesey, United Kingdom)
Mechanisms of ageing
PA8 012 ›
ENHANCED GLYCOGENESIS IS CRITICALLY INVOLVED IN SENESCENCE
G. YOON*, Y. SEO, H. JUNG, Y. KIM, H. CHUNG, I. LIM (Suwon, Republic of Korea)
309
Wednesday 8
PA8 013 ›
Posters
AGING ALTERS THE ABILITY OF THE SKIN TO RESIST TO PRESSURE-INDUCED
ISCHEMIA IN HUMANS
M. GAUBERT-DAHAN*, B. FROMY, D. SIGAUDO-ROUSSEL, G. BERRUT, J. SAUMET
(PARIS, France)
PA8 014 ›
STUDY OF A MODEL OF SUCCESSFUL AGING: THE LOU/C/JALL RAT STRAIN
P. DUTAR*, A. STEPHAN, M. KOLLEN, P. SINET, A. FAIVRE-BAUMAN, C. LOUDES, J. ALLIOT, J. EPELBAUM, A. JOUVENCEAU, B. POTIER, J. BILLARD (Paris, France)
PA8 015 ›
INCREASE OF XANTHINE OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN SEVERAL ORGANS FROM
TRIPLE-TRANSGENIC ADULT MICE FOR ALZHEIMER DISEASE
A. HERNANZ*, L. GIMÉNEZ-LLORT , C. VIDA, M. DE LAS CASAS-ENGEL, M. DE LA FUENTE (Madrid, Spain)
PA8 016 ›
PUTATIVE ROLE OF A NOVEL P53-DEPENDENT CELLULAR SENESCENCE
RELATED GENE, TARSH IN TUMOR SUPPRESSION
M. MARUYAMA*, T. WAKOH, K. TERAUCHI, M. SUGIMOTO, J. SHIMADA (Obu-city,
Aichi, Japan)
PA8 017 ›
AGE AND BODY MASS INDEX CONTRIBUTION TO STANCE CONTROL
D. ABRAHAMOVA*, F. HLAVACKA (Bratislava, Slovakia)
PA8 018 ›
HOMOCYSTEINE AND INFLAMMATION AS MAIN DETERMINANTS OF OXIDATIVE
STRESS IN THE ELDERLY
G. BAPTISTA*, G. BAPTISTA, E. VENTURA, R. DURANT, A. JAUSSENT, M. PICOT, A. DUPUY, J. CRISTOL, C. JEANDEL (Montpellier, France)
PA8 019 ›
LOSS OF REDUNDANCY IN OLDER ADULTS REFLECTED BY A CHANGE IN THE
SLOPE OF THE FRAILTY INDEX WITH AGE
K. ROCKWOOD*, M. ROCKWOOD, A. MITNITSKI (Halifax, Canada)
PA8 020 ›
FATIGUE DEFORMATION OF DNA AND CELL STRUCTURES IS THE KEY
MECHANISM OF AGEING
Wednesday
V. KISEL* (Chernogolovka, Russian Federation)
PA8 021 ›
DO HISTORICAL CHANGES IN HUMAN MORTALITY REPRESENT CHANGES IN
INTRINSIC AGEING?
E. MILNE* (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom)
PA8 022 ›
FEASIBILITY AND ACCEPTABILITY OF MUSCLE BIOPSY IN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL
STUDIES: FINDINGS FROM THE HERTFORDSHIRE SARCOPENIA STUDY
H. PATEL*, H. SYDDALL, M. HELEN, C. CYRUS, A. AVAN (SOUTHAMPTON, UK)
PA8 023 ›
BDNF IN THE BRAINSTEM DORSAL VAGAL COMPLEX: A ROLE IN AGE-RELATED
DYSREGULATION OF FOOD INTAKE?
P. GAUDREAU*, S. SEGURA, S. MAHAUT, P. GAUDREAU, K. BEDARD, J. BEDARD, C. TARDIVEL, B. LEBRUN, G. FERLAND, E. MOYSE (MARSEILLE, France)
PA8 024 ›
INDUCTION OF CELLULAR SENESCENCE BY PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 IN HUMAN
FIBROBLASTS THROUGH AN ROS-MEDIATED P53 PATHWAY
J. KIM*, H. KIM, K. KIM, S. KIM, S. BAEK, H. KIM, C. LEE (Daegu, Republic of Korea)
PA8 025 ›
DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE TO AIN-93 DIET IN SENESCENCE ACCELERATED
MOUSE (SAM) P8 AND R1 STRAINS
PA8 026 ›
INCREASE OF MEGALIN AND CUBILIN IN THE KIDNEY GLOMERULI OF
SENESCENT RATS WITH PROTEINURIA
R. TAKAHASHI*, Y. FUKUI (Funabashi, Chiba, Japan)
K. ODERA*, R. TAKAHASHI (Funabashi, Chiba, Japan)
310
Posters
PA8 027 ›
Wednesday 8
CAVEOLAE-MEDIATED ENTRY OF S. TYPHIMURIUM INTO SENESCENT HOST CELLS
K. CHO* (Gwangju, Republic of Korea)
PA8 028 ›
INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF LAMIN A IN WIEDEMAN RAUTENSTRAUCH SYNDROME
H. ARBOLEDA*, N. RAMIREZ, L. OLIVOS , C. GUEVARA , L. MORALES , G. ARBOLEDA,
J. YUNIS, H. ARBOLEDA (Bogota, Colombia)
PA8 029 ›
ANDROGEN RECEPTOR-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC
OXIDE SYNTHASE VIA PI3K/AKT AND ERK SIGNALING
J. YU*, M. AKISHITA, M. ETO, S. OGAWA, K. IIJIMA, S. KATO, Y. OUCHI, T. OKABE
(Tokyo , Japan)
PA8 030 ›
AGE-RELATED CHANGES IN THE CENTRAL REGULATION OF ENERGY
METABOLISM IN RATS
PA8 031 ›
ACCUMULATION OF OXIDIZED MACROMOLECULES DOES NOT PRECEDE THE
ONSET OF AGE-RELATED NEURAL DEFICITS
M. BALASKO*, E. PETERVARI, A. GARAMI, S. SOOS, M. SZEKELY (Pecs, Hungary)
A. BILKEI-GORZO*, A. PIYANOVA, Ö. ALBAYRAM, A. ZIMMER (Bonn, Germany)
PA8 032 ›
PVF2, A PDGF/VEGF-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR, CONTRIBUTES TO AGE- AND
OXIDATIVE STRESS-ASSOCIATED CHANGES IN DROSOPHILA MIDGUT STEM CELLS
M. YOO*, N. CHOI, J. KIM, D. YANG, J. PARK, Y. KIM (Busan, Republic of Korea)
PA8 033 ›
REVISITING THE METABOLIC SCALING HYPOTHESIS: DATA FROM THE
BALTIMORE LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF AGING
C. RUGGIERO*, M. GRISWOLD, E. METTER, A. CHERUBINI, S. LING, D. MULLER, T. HARRIS, L. FERRUCCI (Perugia, Italy)
PA8 034 ›
XPD AND WRN MRNA IS REDUCED WHILE THEIR PROMOTERS METHYLATION IS
UNALTERED IN BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS OF CENTENARIANS
J. POLOSAK*, M. ROSZKOWSKA-GANCARZ, P. DOBOSZ, M. OWCZARZ, M. PUZIANOWSKA-KUZNICKA (Warsaw, Poland)
CENTROSOMAL HYPOTHESIS OF CELLULAR AGING AND DIFFERENTIATION:
NEW DATA
PA8 036 ›
INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR- 1 AND INSULIN RESISTANCE AS RISK FACTORS FOR ALZHEIMER DISEASE
K. CHICHINADZE*, J. TKEMALADZE, A. LAZARASHVILI (Tbilisi, Georgia)
A. VILORIA*, Y. R, M. R, R. M, G. P, R. JM (Madrid, Spain)
PA8 037 ›
OXYS RATS AS ANIMAL MODEL OF AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION:
POTENTIAL FOR PATHOGENESIS AND THERAPEUTIC APPROACH
PA8 038 ›
MITOGENIC RESPONSE OF SENESCENT HUMAN DIPLOID FIBROBLASTS TO LPA
AND ACI
Wednesday
PA8 035 ›
A. MARKOVETS*, A. FURSOVA, N. KOLOSOVA (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)
J. RHIM*, E. YEO, S. CHO, H. CHOI, Y. SON, S. LEE, S. KIM, S. PARK (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PA8 039 ›
THE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR RORALPHA AS A NEW ASTROCYTIC CONTRIBUTOR
TO BRAIN AGING INFLAMMATORY PHENOTYPE
B. VERNET-DER GARABEDIAN*, J. NATHALIE, J. SARAH, G. VANESSA, M. JEAN
(Paris, France)
PA8 040 ›
CELLULAR STRESS RESPONSES OF HUMAN SKIN FIBROBLASTS REFLECT
DIFFERENCES IN HUMAN LONGEVITY
P. DEKKER*, A. MAIER, D. VAN HEEMST, C. DE KONING-TREURNIET, J. BLOM, R. DIRKS, H. TANKE, R. WESTENDORP (Leiden, The Netherlands)
311
Wednesday 8
PA8 041 ›
Posters
IMPROVING EFFECTS OF GROWTH HORMONE TREATMENT ON 5-HT SYNTHESIS
AND PERFORMANCE OF RADIAL MAZE TASK S. ESTEBAN VALDÉS*, P. BARCELÓ CALDENTEY, C. GARAU GARCCÍA, S. APARICIO, C. NICOLAU LLOBERA, R. RIAL PLANAS (Palma de Mallorca, Spain)
PA8 042 ›
RESTORATIVE EFFECTS OF GROWTH HORMONE TREATMENT ON CEREBRAL
DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS AND MOTOR COORDINATION
P. BARCELÓ CALDENTEY*, D. MORANTA, M. FIOL, A. GAMUNDÍ, R. RIAL PLANAS, S. ESTEBAN VALDÉS (Palma de Mallorca, Spain)
New technologies (biomarkers, imaging, stem cells…)
PA8 043 ›
HYDROGEN-RICH PURE WATER PREVENTS SUPEROXIDE FORMATION IN BRAIN
OF VITAMIN C-DEPLETED SMP30/GNL KNOCKOUT MICE
PA8 044 ›
ASSESSMENT SCALES AND CONSENSUS GUIDELINES ENCODED IN FORMAL LOGIC
Y. SATO*, R. TAKAHASHI, A. ISHIGAMI (Chiba, Japan)
P. EKLUND* (Umea, Sweden)
PA8 045 ›
MANOMETRIC DISORDERS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
F. SORIA*, Y. SÁNCHEZ, C. DE LOS RIOS, F. CANGA, J. RIBERA, C. GREGORIO (Madrid, Spain)
PA8 046 ›
DOMAIN-SPECIFICITY OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TEST ASSOCIATED WITH
APOE e4 IN ELDERS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
B. NAM*, S. MOON, J. SEO, T. KIM, B. HONG (CHUNGJU, Republic of Korea)
PA8 047 ›
USE OF VARIABILITY, SPEED AND ACCELERATION PARAMETERS TO EVALUATE
POSTURAL BALANCE IN OLD VS YOUNG INDIVIDUALS
M. GRØNBECH JØRGENSEN*, A. HOLSGAARD-LARSEN, P. CASEROTTI, O. B.F. NIELSEN, P. AAGAARD (Aalborg, Denmark)
PA8 048 ›
OXIDATIVE DNA DAMAGE IN PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTES OF PATIENTS WITH
ALZHEIMER DISEASE
Wednesday
P. GIL*, G. R, C. C, C. A, Y. R, G. P, M. C (Madrid, Spain)
PA8 049 ›
CCN3 INHIBITS NEOINTIMAL HYPERPLASIA THROUGH MODULATION OF
SMOOTH MUSCLE CELL GROWTH AND MIGRATION
T. SHIMOYAMA*, M. TAKEMOTO, M. KOSHIZAKA, M. FUJIMOTO, Y. TSURUTANI, S. OHNISHI, Y. SAITO, K. YOKOTE (Chiba, Japan)
Ways of affecting the ageing process
PA8 050 ›
NETAGE: AN ONLINE DATABASE AND NETWORK ANALYSIS TOOLS FOR
BIOGERONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH
R. TACUTU*, A. BUDOVSKY, V. FRAIFELD (Beer-Sheva, Israel)
PA8 051 ›
ARTIFICIAL ATMOSPHERE: EFFECTS ON GASEOUS EXCHANGE, STRESS
RESISTANCE AND LIFE SPAN
PA8 052 ›
ORION: EFFECT ON GASEOUS EXCHANGE, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE, STRESSRESISTANCE, DEVELOPMENT AND LIFE SPAN
V. BEZRUKOV*, A. TIMCHENKO, N. UTKO, D. TOLSTUN, K. MURADIAN (Kiev, Ukraine)
K. MURADIAN*, O. ZHUKOVSKIY, V. RAZUMENKO, V. POLYAKOV, A. ORLOVSKIY, G. SOLYANIK, V. BEZRUKOV, N. UTKO, A. TIMCHENKO (Kiev, Ukraine)
PA8 053 ›
312
IMMUNE RISK PHENOTYPE BUT NOT CMV STATUS IS ASSOCIATED WITH
NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION IN ELDERLY IN-PATIENTS
A. PLONQUET*, C. MILLOT, F. TAHMASEBI, C. BRISACIER, P. BORIES, K. LE DUDAL, S. BASTUJI-GARIN, E. PAILLAUD (Créteil, France)
Posters
PA8 054 ›
Wednesday 8
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF EGB 761 ON TARDIVE DYSKINESIA INDUCED BY
HALOPERIDOL IN RATS
B. SPINNEWYN*, B. SPINNEWYN, C. CHARNET, A. MICHEL, C. PIERRE-ETIENNE (Les Ulis, France)
PA8 055 ›
EGB 761 PROVIDES MEMORY RECOVERY IN A MODEL OF VASCULAR DEMENTIA
IN GERBILS
M. ROCHER*, M. ROCHER, B. SPINNEWYN, D. CARRE, J. SCHULZ, B. PIGNOL, M. AUGUET, P. CHABRIER (Les Ulis, France)
PA8 056 ›
INVOLVEMENT OF AKT-FOXO3A SIGNALING IN TOLL-LIKE RECEPTOR 9MEDIATED ANTI-APOPTOSIS
PA8 057 ›
MITOCHONDRIAL DNA REJUVENESCENCE: RESISTANCE IS NOT FUTILE
PA8 058 ›
INFLUENCES OF AGEING AND THE LIFE-EVENTS ON THE OLDER WOMAN’S WEIGHT
S. BAEK*, E. LIM, J. LEE, Y. HWANG, B. CHIN, J. KIM (Daegu, Republic of Korea)
A. SAFDAR*, M. TARNOPOLSKY (Hamilton, Canada)
K. ARAI*, A. KAZUKO , Y. JIN , H. HIROSHI , S. YOSHIO (Machida-shi, Tokyo, Japan)
PA8 059 ›
RHOA REGULATES AMYLOID-b (Ab) BINDING VIA b2-INTEGRIN, AND
SUPEROXIDE PRODUCTION IN BV2 CELLS IN RESPONSE TO FAb
J. PARK*, Y. JEON, M. MOON, J. LEE, J. KIM, S. KIM, Y. KIM (Chuncheon, Republic of Kore)
PA8 060 ›
GENE EXPRESSION PROFILE IN MOUSE HIPPOCAMPUS FOLLOWING LOSS OF
MOLAR TEETH
M. TAKATSU*, K. KOMAKI, M. TSUCHIYA, T. OHI, N. GIONHAKU (Tokyo, Japan)
Track B - Health Sciences / Geriatric Medicine
PB8 061 ›
THE FREQUENCY OF ANXIETY IN PATIENTS WITH A FIRST TIME DIAGNOSE OF
MILD DEMENTIA
PB8 062 ›
CLINICAL CONSEQUENCES OF ANXIETY IN MILD ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND
DEMENTIA WITH LEWY BODIES
Alzheimer’s / Dementia / Cognitive decline / MCI
M. BREITVE*, M. HYNNINEN, A. RONGVE, D. AARSLAND, I. NORDHUS (Bergen, Norway)
PB8 063 ›
Wednesday
M. HYNNINEN*, M. BREITVE, A. RONGVE, D. AARSLAND, I. NORDHUS (Bergen, Norway)
CAN PSYCHOMOTOR DECLINE ON SPEECH PRODUCTION IN MILD ALZHEIMER’S
DISEASE BE DUE TO REDUCED CEREBELLAR GRAY MATTER?
C. RODRIGUEZ-ARANDA*, R. BAKKEN- ARNESEN, C. JOTA, P. ELDEVIK, S. JOHNSEN,
S. SPARR, K. WATERLOO, T. VANGBERG (Tromsoe, Norway)
PB8 064 ›
EARLY VERSUS LATE-ONSET DEPRESSION IN A PROSPECTIVE AGEING STUDY
IN GERMANY
J. SCHRÖDER*, J. PANTEL, P. SCHÖNKNECHT, J. SCHRÖDER (Heidelberg, Germany)
PB8 065 ›
BRAIN PERFUSION CHANGES IN RELATION TO MTL ATROPHY IN AMCI:
DEAFFERENTATION AND PLASTICITY?
E. BARBEAU*, E. GUEDJ, M. DIDIC, O. FÉLICIAN, J. RANJEVA, M. PONCET, P. COZZONE, O. MUNDLER, M. CECCALDI (Marseille, France)
PB8 066 ›
COGNITIVE DECLINE AND INFLAMMATORY STATE
D. MARIETTI*, A. GIANI, L. BOSCHI, D. MARIETTI, S. BOSCHI, M. BARTALINI, M. SANTORO, G. PERUZZI, G. DE PADUANIS (Siena, Italy)
313
Wednesday 8
PB8 067 ›
Posters
DEMENTIA PREVALENCE AMONG ELDERLY KIEV RESIDENTS AND COGNITIVE
FEATURES OF MILD/MODERATE VAD AND AD
N. BACHINSKAYA*, V. bezrukov, K. poletaeva, V. kholin, N. foyght (Kiev,
Ukraine)
PB8 068 ›
PREVALENCE OF TREATMENT WITH BENZODIAZEPINES IN A GERIATRIC’S DAY
HOSPITAL DETECTED ON FIRST ADMISSION FOR CLINICAL EVALUATION OF
MEMORY DISORDERS
H. ISMER*, N. BRESSOLLES, G. AIME, Y. HEMMENDINGER, M. SCHATZ
(BISCHWILLER, France)
PB8 069 ›
EFFECT OF DONEPEZIL ON RADIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL MARKERS IN
PATIENTS WITH AMNESTIC MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT: A RANDOMIZED,
PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRIAL
B. DUBOIS*, B. DUBOIS, M. SARAZIN, S. LEHERICY, M. CHUPIN, I. TONELLI, L. GARNERO, D. DORMONT (La defense , France)
PB8 070 ›
GROUP DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE PATTERNS ON A MEASURE OF
CONVERSATIONAL SKILLS IN DEMENTIA
J. ORANGE*, J. ORANGE, L. WILLIAMS, R. LUBINSKI, B. PURVES, A. JOHNSON, J. SMALL (London, Canada)
PB8 071 ›
PREDICTORS OF RAPID COGNITIVE DECLINE AMONG DEMENTED SUBJECTS AGED
75 OR MORE: (« SUJET AGé FRAGILE – EVALUATION ET SUIVI » COHORT – SAFES)
M. dramé*, S. VIATONOU, I. MORRONE, R. MAHMOUDI, P. LANG, F. BOYER, G. SCHWEBEL, T. VOISIN, D. SOMME, F. BLANCHARD, J. NOVELLA (Reims, France)
PB8 072 ›
A PACHYMENINGITIS ASSOCIATED WITH A WALDENSTROM DISEASE,
PRESENTING AS AN ACUTE CONFUSIONAL STATE
S. SHAHKARAMI*, J. PROST, J. DE ROTROU, P. BOUCHACOURT, J. IGHIL, O. HANON,
A. RIGAUD, E. DURON (Paris, France)
Wednesday
PB8 073 ›
COGNITIVE TESTING IN GERIATRICS MOBILE TEAM
J. LAGRANDEUR*, W. MOUSSOUS, T. CUDENNEC, S. MOULIAS, L. TEILLET
(Boulogne Billancourt, France)
PB8 074 ›
RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE RELATION BETWEEN ALZHEIMER’S
DISEASE AND PRESBYCUSIS
R. MAHMOUDI*, P. PRIEUR, M. DRAMÉ, A. BATALLA, E. TOUSSAINT, M. KACK, F. ANTOINE,
R. BACHELET, G. SCHWEBEL, F. BLANCHARD, J. NOVELLA (Reims, France)
PB8 075 ›
DIFFERENCES IN TOTAL SCORE FOR THE MINI MENTAL STATE EXAMINATION
DUE TO DIFFERENT BASELINE TIMES OF TESTING
K. KRISTIANSEN*, F. DAHL, L. TANUM (Asker, Norway)
PB8 076 ›
COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT IN GERIATRIC POST EMERGENCY UNIT
C. HEIN*, A. PIAU, A. JACQUINOT, F. NOURHASHEMI, B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
PB8 077 ›
BASELINE CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS RECEIVING INSURANCE
COVERAGE OF CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS FOR ALZHEIMER DISEASE
UNDER A POLICY OF « COVERAGE WITH EVIDENCE DEVELOPMENT »
G. HSIUNG*, C. JACOVA, C. GREEN, D. HOSICK, R. MATTSON, K. RABHERU, P. LEE, L. BEATTIE, M. MACLURE, N. CHAPPELL (Vancouver, Canada)
PB8 078 ›
EFFECT OF ETANERCEPT IN AN INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR
STREPTOZOTOCIN MODEL OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN RATS
K. ELCIOGLU*, L. KABASAKAL, M. KARAN (Istanbul, Turkey)
PB8 079 ›
SACCADIC EYE MOVEMENTS AND COGNITION IN OLDER ADULTS
A. GARCIA*, M. SCHRIBER, A. HEMRAJ, A. PELTSCH, D. MUNOZ (Kingston, Canada)
314
Posters
PB8 080 ›
Wednesday 8
INVOLVEMENT OF LIPOPROTEIN (A) PHENOTYPES IN THE ETIOLOGY OF
CEREBRAL WHITE MATTER LESION
I. TOSHIHIKO*, T. NAKAI, T. UMAHARA, S. KOYAMA, H. KANETAKA, H. ARAI (Tokyo,
Japan)
PB8 081 ›
EFFECT OF DANCE-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM ON MOBILITY AMONG OLDER
ADULTS WITH DEMENTIA
H. IVA*, H. VANKOVA, B. JURASKOVA, D. HRNCIARIKOVA, P. VELETA, K. MACHACOVA
(Praha , Czech Republic)
PB8 082 ›
TRANSCULTURAL ADAPTATION AND PSYCHOMETRIC VALIDATION OF A
FRENCH-LANGUAGE VERSION OF THE QOL-AD
A. WOLAK*, D. JOLLY, L. DI POLLINA, M. COLLART, A. PARENT, J. ANKRI, J. AQUINO,
I. MORRONE, E. TOUSSAINT, F. BOYER, J. NOVELLA (Reims, France)
PB8 083 ›
FROM WALKING AREAS TO HEALING GARDENS FOR ALZHEIMER PATIENTS:
METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN.
T. JONVEAUX*, R. FESCHAREK, A. POP, O. POTTIER MOUTON, L. DEMARCHE, L. ZIADE (NANCY, France)
PB8 084 ›
TOWARDS AN AGING SPECIFIC COGNITIVE PHENOTYPE
D. ROYALL*, R. PALMER (San Antonio, United States of America)
PB8 085 ›
IMPACT OF MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT ON DRIVING SAFETY – EXPLORING
THE EVIDENCE
M. TRUONG*, N. KORNER-BITENSKY, M. MAN-SON-HING, G. NAGLIE, S. MARSHALL,
D. BENOIT (Montreal, Canada)
PB8 086 ›
PATTERNS OF LOSSES OF BASIC ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING IN ALZHEIMER
PATIENTS. THE FRENCH COHORT REAL
L. LECHOWSKI*, M. LE CRANE, B. DENIS, S. VAN PRADELLES, L. D’ARAILH, Z. SERIDI, F. MULLER, D. TORTRAT, L. TEILLET, B. VELLAS (Paris, France)
PB8 087 ›
L. DECKER*, S. MYERS, C. RODRÍGUEZ-ARANDA, J. POTTER, N. STERGIOU (Omaha,
United States)
PB8 088 ›
PSYCHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RIVERMEAD BEHAVIOURAL
MEMORY TEST (RBMT) AS AN EARLY DETECTION INSTRUMENT FOR DEMENTIA
AND MCI IN BRAZIL
PB8 089 ›
SUDDEN DYSORTHOGRAPHIA AND DYSLEXIA IN A 70 YEARS OLD FEMALE:
VASCULAR, ALZHEIMER’S OR POSTERIOR CORTICAL ATROPHY?
Wednesday
TASK DIFFICULTY AFFECTS GAIT VARIABILITY DURING DUAL-TASK IN HEALTHY
YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS
M. YASSUDA*, M. FLAKS, F. PEREIRA, L. VIOLA, C. MEMORIA (São Paulo, Brazil)
C. BRODEUR*, H. IMBEAULT, T. FÜLÖP, S. HÉROUX (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB8 090 ›
IS THE ‘DELIRIOUS ABOUT DEMENTIA’ COGNITIVE SCREENING ALGORITHM
FEASIBLE ON AN ACUTE CARE OF THE ELDERLY WARD? A HOSPITAL-BASED
STUDY
PB8 091 ›
IS AMNESTIC MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT A DIFFERENT CLINICAL ENTITY
FROM NON-AMNESTIC MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT?
R. O’TOOLE*, N. JOHN, S. MACKENZIE (Bath, United Kingdom)
L. WEE-SHIONG*, P. CHAN, M. CHONG (Singapore, Singapore)
PB8 092 ›
OVERVIEW OF THE AUSTRALIAN DEMENTIA OUTCOMES MEASUREMENT SUITE
(DOMS) PROJECT
S. JAN*, N. MAROSSZEKY, E. SANSONI (Wollongong, Australia)
315
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 093 ›
NEURAL CORRELATES OF FOCUSED ATTENTION IN COGNITIVELY NORMAL
OLDER ADULTS
PB8 094 ›
MEDICATIONS AT RISK FOR MEMORY IMPAIRMENT IN ELDERLY
J. BOWES*, S. KLAR, P. STROMAN, I. JOHNSRUDE, A. GARCIA (Kingston, Canada)
M. FORTIN*, I. ROUCH, C. GÉDÉON, S. GENTHON, V. DAUPHINOT, M. BONNEFOY, P. KROLAK-SALMON (Québec, Canada)
PB8 095 ›
INVESTIGATION OF ACTUAL CONDITIONS OF DEMENTIA SYNDROME SENIOR
CITIZEN WHO USES CLOCK DRAWING TEST
N. KIMURA* (Miyoshi-Town, Japan)
PB8 096 ›
NEW FRENCH RECOMMENDATIONS OF HAS ON ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: AN
OVERVIEW OF DRUG PRESCRIPTIONS IN A GERIATRIC HOSPITAL
M. SEUX*, J. FINZI, F. CHEDHOMME, A. CHAHWAKILIAN, M. SEUX, A. CHEVALLIER
(Paris, France)
PB8 097 ›
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: FUNCTIONAL CAPACITIES AS MARKERS OF DISEASE
PROGRESSION AND TREATMENT EFFICACY
D. PEROTTA*, F. FALVO, L. CRAVELLO, M. MUSICCO, C. TENCONI, S. FELLER, C. PETTENATI (Passirana, Italy)
PB8 098 ›
SHORT TERM MORTALITY ACCORDING TO COGNITIVE STATUS IN ACUTELY ILL
ELDERLY PATIENTS
I. SLEIMAN*, R. ROZZINI, A. RANHOFF, S. BOFFELLI, A. MORANDI, M. TRABUCCHI
(Brescia, Italy)
PB8 099 ›
DONEPEZIL, MIRTAZAPINE AND NIGHTMARE
J. KIM* (Gunpo, Republic of Korea)
PB8 100 ›
CLINICAL AUDIT OF DEMENTIA CARE: A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE – PRELIMINARY RESULTS
Wednesday
M. JOSHIPURA*, B. LIU, T. IZUKAWA, B. GOLDLIST, M. NICULA, M. NORRIS, M. ZORZITTO, J. LEE (Mississauga, Canada)
PB8 101 ›
THE VALIDITY OF THE KOREAN-MONTREAL COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT (K-MOCA) AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR SCREENING OF VCI
Y. KANG*, Y. KIM, J. PARK (Chuncheon, Republic of Korea)
PB8 102 ›
NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SYNDROMES AND PROGRESSION OF COGNITIVE AND
FUNCTIONAL DECLINE IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER DISEASE
L. CRAVELLO*, K. PALMER, R. PERRI, L. FADDA, S. MOSTI, G. SALAMONE, F. LUPO, C. CALTAGIRONE, M. MUSICCO (Rome, Italy)
PB8 103 ›
ASSESSING ALZHEIMER DEMENTIA IN POPULATION OF OLDER INDIVIDUALS IN
TUNISIA
F. JEMAA KHALDI*, F. JEMAA KHALDI, H. MRABET KHIARI, T. BELLAJ, S. BELLAJ, N. ATTIA ROMDHANE, I. BEN HAMMOUDA, A. MRABET (Tunis, Tunisia)
PB8 104 ›
SLEEP HYGIENE IN SLEEP DISORDERS OF DEMENTIA ELDERLY
A. MARTINS*, A. MARTINS, A. FERREIRA, A. ROSA (Santo Tirso, Portugal)
PB8 105 ›
DO DIFFERENT COGNITIVE TASKS INTERFERE WITH POSTURAL CONTROL IN
ELDERLY AND DEMENTED SS?
B. MANNI*, V. GUERZONI, E. FERRARI, M. VESCHI, F. NEVIANI, M. NERI (Modena, Italy)
PB8 106 ›
PREVALENCE AND THERAPEUTIC HANDLING OF DEMENTIA IN NURSING
HOMES OF THE PRINCIPADO DE ASTURIAS
J. GUTIERREZ*, G. JOSE, S. LUCÍA, J. FRANCISCO, A. ARSENIO (Luanco, Spain)
316
Posters
PB8 107 ›
Wednesday 8
RELEVANCE OF THE PRESCRIPTION OF THE ACETHYLCHOLINESTERASE
INHIBITORS AND THE MEMANTINE FOR THE AGED PATIENTS
R. DELSOL*, C. GARD, T. MAI, S. MEDJAHED, V. DAREES, A. GRANCHER, M. GUIMFACK, C. CANTET, B. MEZHOUD (Villiers Le Bel, France)
PB8 108 ›
PREVALENCE OF SLEEP DISORDERS IN A MCI POPULATION AND ASSOCIATION
WITH COGNITIVE SUBTYPES
S. BOMBOIS*, X. DELBEUCK, L. LAURIER, J. JACQUESSON, P. DERAMBURE, C. MONACA, P. FLORENCE (Lille, France)
PB8 109 ›
ORAL STATUS OF MEMBERS OF FRANCE-ALZHEIMER-HAUTS-DE-SEINE (FA92)
AND THEIR MAIN CAREGIVER
PB8 110 ›
POINTING INTERACTION TECHNIQUES FOR OLDER PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT AS A DIAGNOSIS TOOL?
P. CHARRU*, A. BODINEAU, L. SALOMON, M. FOLLIGUET (Colombes, France)
N. VIGOUROUX*, F. VELLA, P. RUMEAU, A. RIGAUD, B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
PB8 111 ›
PROFIT FOR THE USE OF THE GERIATRIC DAY HOSPITAL FOR PATIENTS WITH
MILD-MODERATE DEMENTIA
P. SORANDO FERNANDEZ*, J. GÓMEZ PAVÓN, N. OTAZU ARÉVALO, I. RUIZPÉREZ
CANTERA (Madrid, Spain)
PB8 112 ›
FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT, CO-MORBIDITIES AND PROGNOSIS FOR ELDERLY
ADMITTED AT A GERIATRIC SERVICE
A. BARRETO VIEIRA*, F. LIMA NOGUEIRA, M. TONIDANDEL BARBOSA, J. BARBOSA
MACHADO (BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil)
PB8 113 ›
COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE OF PATIENTS WITH PRE-DIABETES AND DIABETES
MELLITUS
S. SILVA-FILHO*, R. JS, L. RR, R. STS, F. MP, F. PF, F. MC, F. E, L. NKC, S. AC, M. JC
(Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PB8 114 ›
G. ARSENAULT-LAPIERRE*, H. CHERTKOW (Montréal, Canada)
PB8 115 ›
EFFICACY OF SSRI ON COGNITION OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE PATIENTS
TREATED WITH CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS
R. LUCA*, L. ROZZINI, B. VICINI CHILOVI, M. ZANETTI, E. BERTOLETTI, M. TRABUCCHI, A. PADOVANI (Brescia, Italy)
PB8 116 ›
Wednesday
CLINICAL PROGRESSION IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT MAY NOT BE
REFLECTED IN NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DOMAIN DECLINE
UNAWARENESS OF MEMORY IMPAIRMENT AND BEHAVIOURAL
ABNORMALITIES IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: RELATION TO
PROFESSIONAL HEALTH CARE BURDEN
M. AL ALOUCY*, M. ROUDIER, G. DALA BARBA (Paris, France)
PB8 117 ›
ANTICHOLINERGIC DRUGS USE AND MEMORY DECLINE IN ELDERLY
COMMUNITY RESIDENTS
P. KROLAK-SALMON*, I. ROUCH, M. FORTIN, V. DAUPHINOT, F. ROCHE, J. BARTHÉLÉMY, P. KROLAK-SALMON (Villeurbane, France)
PB8 118 ›
IMMUNE SIGNATURE IN ALZHEIMER
A. LARBI*, G. PAWELEC, E. DERHOVANESSIAN, D. GOLDECK, T. FULOP (Tübingen,
Germany)
PB8 119 ›
IMPORTANCE OF A BLACK BACKGROUND IN IMAGE DISPLAY FOR COGNITIVE
REHABILITATION SOFTWARE
F. VELLA*, S. HERMABESSIÈRE, P. RUMEAU, N. VIGOUROUX, A. RIGAUD, B. VELLAS
(Toulouse, France)
317
Wednesday 8
PB8 120 ›
Posters
NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT AND BED SORES IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED
ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE
A. MORENO-GUERÍN BAÑOS*, E. PÉREZ-GODOY DÍAZ, F. FERNANDEZ VARGAS, I. DEL BARCO DE LA HAZA, J. RUIZ GONZÁLEZ, A. ALVARADO TATO, A. AMAYA
CORTIJO (Sevilla, Spain)
PB8 121 ›
IMMUNE STATUS OF CMV AND INFLAMMATORY MARKERS IN PATIENTS WITH
ALZHEIMER DISEASE
T. FULOP*, A. LARBI, C. BRODEUR, G. LACOMBE, E. FROST, G. PAWELEC
(Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB8 122 ›
QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE VERBAL LEARNING
PROFILE IN PATIENTS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
M. SÖDERLUND*, E. LABLOS, S. TROJANOWSKI, V. SATINOSKY, A. MAURIÑO, D. SEINHART, L. CAMERA (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
PB8 123 ›
FOCUSED ATTENTION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN COGNITIVELY NORMAL OLDER
AND YOUNGER ADULTS IN A VERBAL STROOP TASK: A FMRI STUDY
J. BOWES*, S. KLAR, J. BOWES, P. STROMAN , I. JOHNSRUDE, A. GARCIA
(Vancouver, Canada)
PB8 124 ›
OLD NON-WESTERN IMMIGRANTS ARE NOT BEING REFERRED TO HOSPITAL
SERVICES. A STUDY FROM CITY DISTRICTS OF OSLO, NORWAY
PB8 125 ›
BMI, ALBUMIN, HEMOGLOBIN AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
A. VALEN-SENDSTAD*, T. VON TREPKA, A. VALEN-SENDSTAD (Oslo, Norway)
B. GONZALEZ*, D. GAMEZ, R. SALINAS, X. ORTIZ (Monterrey, Mexico)
PB8 126 ›
RISK OF COGNITIVE DECLINE AND MORTALITY IN DIABETIC MEXICAN ELDERS
S. MEJIA*, C. ZUNIGA (Tijuana, Mexico)
PB8 127 ›
GALANTAMINE IN ALZHEIMER
T. METS*, K. VAN PUYVELDE, R. STUDY GROUP (Brussels, Belgium)
Wednesday
PB8 128 ›
CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISTURBANCES IN
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
F. BERTIN HUGAULT*, F. BERTIN-HUGAULT, Y. GUILHERMET, J. GAYET, P. HAOND, P. KROLAK-SALMON (VILLEURBANNE, France)
PB8 129 ›
CAREGIVER BOURNOUT IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE PRESENT IN MEXICAN
FOUNDATION
V. VICTOR*, S. PANIAGUA (Guadalajara, Mexico)
PB8 130 ›
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT (MCI), NUTRITIONAL
STATUS AND BODY COMPOSITION AMONG ELDERLY PEOPLE IN MALAYSIA
S. SHAHAR*, L. LEE, N. SHAARI, N. MOHD YUSOFF, N. MOHD SAKIAN, N. RAJAB, S. A.AZIZ, R. RAJIKAN, A. CHIN (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
PB8 131 ›
SMALL UNITS AND A DAY CARE CENTER FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN
AN INTERGENERATIONAL HOUSING AND SERVICES STRUCTURE IN SAINT
APOLLINAIRE « HELLO NEIGHBOUR »
P. DAURE* (Dijon, France)
Antiageing
PB8 132 ›
ARE OLDER PERSONS APPRECIATED IN THE FINNISH SOCIETY?
S. VAAPIO*, M. SALMINEN, M. HINTSALA, S. KIVELÄ (Turku, Finland)
318
Posters
PB8 133 ›
Wednesday 8
BIOMARKERS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN OLDER HEALTHY SPANISH SUBJECTS
M. JUANA*, R. JOSE MIGUEL, A. MARIA DOLORES, P. SOLEDAD, Z. PILAR
(Guadalupe, Spain)
PB8 134 ›
DEBRECEN LONGEVITY STUDY II. HEALTH AND FREE RADICALS IN OLDEST
OLD RESIDENTS
S. IMRE*, A. KOVACS, K. NAGY, Z. VARGA, M. UDVARDY, Z. SZIKSZAI, G. PARAGH
(Debrecen, Hungary)
Cancer advances in geriatrics
PB8 135 ›
PROSTATE CANCER TREATMENT TOLERANCE AND EFFICACY IN THE ELDERLY
A. DAUFFY-ALLAIN*, C. LAZAROVICI, S. OUDARD, H. LAHJIBI-PAULET, A. MINARD, C. BAUER, O. SAINT-JEAN, M. GISSELBRECHT (Paris, France)
PB8 136 ›
THE VALUE OF A COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT (CGA) FOR
ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH NON METASTATIC BREAST CANCER
PB8 137 ›
A NOVEL WAY OF ASSESSING HEALTH AND VULNERABILITY IN OLDER NEWLYDIAGNOSED CANCER PATIENTS: RESULTS OF A PILOT STUDY
C. DIONNE*, G. ALBRAND, C. TERRET, J. DROZ (Lyon, France)
V. GIRRE*, M. PUTS, J. MONETTE, V. GIRRE, C. PEPE, M. MONETTE, L. PANASCI, M. BASIK, G. BATIST, C. WOLFSON, H. BERGMAN (Paris, France)
PB8 138 ›
PRACTICAL FUNCTIONING OF AN ONCO-GERIATRIC READAPTATION UNIT (OGRU)
C. LAZAROVICI*, H. VINCENT, A. LAPLANTE, E. KAROUBI, C. LAZAROVICI (VILLEJUIF,
France)
PB8 139 ›
OVERALL SURVIVAL IN ELDERLY WOMEN WITH EARLY BREAST CANCER
M. MOLINA-GARRIDO*, G. CARMEN, M. ANTONIA, S. JOSE ANTONIO, M. MARIA, C. MONICA, O. AMAYA, C. ALFREDO (Cuenca, Spain)
PB8 140 ›
I. BEREDER*, O. GUERIN, R. BOULAHSSASS, A. COUDERC, V. MAILLAND, P. PRAS, P. BROCKER, J. BEREDER (Nice, France)
PB8 141 ›
IMPACT OF A GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT IN ONCOLOGY.A RETROSPECTIVE
STUDY ABOUT 59 OLDER PATIENTS WITH CANCERS
R. BOULAHSSASS*, O. GUERIN, I. BEREDER, E. CHAMOREY, V. MAILLAND, E. FRANCOIS, P. PRAS, A. COUDERC, P. BROCKER, A. THYSS (Nice, France)
PB8 142 ›
Wednesday
CYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY COMBINED WITH PERITONEAL INTRAOPERATIVE
HEATED CHEMOTHERAPY FOR MANAGEMENT OF PERITONEAL
CARCINOMATOSIS IN 59 OLDER ADULTS OVER 65 YEARS
THE CONSTRUCTION OF ILLNESS RELATED KNOWLEDGE VARIED AMONG
PROSTATE CANCER PATIENTS AT THE BEGINNING OF RADIOTHERAPY
S. RANKINEN*, S. SALANTERÄ, A. RYHÄNEN, K. TULUS, H. LEINO-KILPI (Turku,
Finland)
PB8 143 ›
TREATMENT DECISION-MAKING BY OLDER INDIVIDUALS WITH CANCER:
ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF « PATIENT DECISION-MAKING »
F. STROHSCHEIN*, C. G. LOISELLE, F. A. CARNEVALE, H. BERGMAN (Montreal, Canada)
PB8 144 ›
AN UNEXPLAINED FEVER
M. EMILIE*, E. MATONNAT , M. PICAT, M. ARRESTIER, T. DANTOINE (Limoges, France)
PB8 145 ›
IMPACT OF AN ONCOGERIATRIC PROGRAM IN A MEDICAL ONCOLOGY UNIT
D. GOMEZ ABREO*, M. BONNEFOY, G. FREYER, V. TRILLET-LENOIR, C. FALANDRY
(PIERRE BENITE, France)
319
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 146 ›
EFFECTS OF DIETARY CONJUGATED LINOLEIC ACID ISOMER ON HEPATIC
ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME SYSTEM IN 1,2-DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE-TREATED RATS
PB8 147 ›
THE NURSING ROLES IN ENHANCING THE CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING
PARTICIPATION AMONG THE ELDERLY WOMEN IN HONG KONG
Y. KIM* (CHUNCHEON, Republic of Korea)
A. WONG* (Hong Kong, china)
Cardiac failure / Atherosclerosis / Vascular disease and
hypertension / COPD / Cerebrovascular disease
PB8 148 ›
THE 6-MIN WALK TEST AND BODY COMPOSITION IN ELDERLY COPD PATIENTS
WITH DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
A. DORNELAS DE ANDRADE*, P. MARINHO, J. CRUZ, A. GAMA, I. BEZERRA, D. LOS, R. SOUZA, M. SANTANA, R. GUERRA, A. DORNELAS DE ANDRADE (Jaboatâo dos Guararapes, Brazil)
PB8 149 ›
SERUM LEVELS OF LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL IN PATIENTS
ADMITTED TO MID STAY GERIATRIC HOSPITAL
J. JAFARBAY*, H. ANGLARET, E. LAMAS, Y. DOUDIBA, J. ARVIEU (Boulogne Billancourt, France)
PB8 150 ›
ANTIANGINAL EFFICACY OF THE SELECTIVE IF CURRENT INHIBITOR
IVABRADINE IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH STABLE ANGINA
O. HANON*, J. EMERIAU, G. BERRUT, M. PACCALIN (Paris, France)
PB8 151 ›
HEAD ROTATION INDUCED HYPOTENSION IS COMMON IN OLDER PERSONS
WHO FALL
Y. SCHOON*, S. RONGEN, A. BOS, J. CLAASSEN (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
Wednesday
PB8 152 ›
OLDER PATIENTS WITH ST-ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION BENEFIT
FROM PRIMARY PCI WITHIN A MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION NETWORK A. BRAUN*, A. RILLIG, U. MEYERFELDT, W. JUNG, P. OSTER, R. BIRKEMEYER
(Heidelberg, Germany)
PB8 153 ›
STROKES AND PRESSURE SORE IN A GERIATRIC SUB ACUTE CARE UNIT
S. HAULON*, V. GAUTIER, A. SAUTEREAU, F. BLOCH, L. JOFFREDO, T. JOUCDAR, M. MANKOUR, G. ABITBOL, N. CHARASZ (Paris, France)
PB8 154 ›
ACEBUTOLOL, A DELAYED-ACTION BOMBER
S. MARILIER*, M. EMMANUEL, D. SOFIA, M. ISABELLE, M. PATRICK, P. PIERRE
(Dijon , France)
PB8 155 ›
VITAMIN K ANTAGONISTS OVERDOSE PREDICTIVE FACTORS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
PB8 156 ›
STROKE AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN A GERIATRIC SUB ACUTE CARE UNIT
C. DJIAN*, G. GIROUIN, A. GUILLERMET, M. DUCHER, L. BOURGUIGNON (Lyon, France)
A. SAUTEREAU*, V. GAUTIER, F. BLOCH, S. HAULON, L. JOFFREDO, T. JOUCDAR, M. MANKOUR, G. ABITBOL, N. CHARASZ (Paris, France)
PB8 157 ›
CENTRAL ANGIOTENSIN II-MEDIATED HYPERTENSIVE RESPONSES TO
RESTRAINT STRESS ARE DIMINISHED WITH AGE
B. ERDOS*, M. WOODS, B. BASGUT, I. CUDYKIER, M. WHIDDEN, R. TAWIL, A. CARDOUNEL, P. SCARPACE, N. TUMER (Gainesville, United States)
PB8 158 ›
PERCUTANEOUS ENDOSCOPIC GASTROSTOMY (PEG) MORTALITY IN STROKE
PATIENTS
R. WILLIAMS*, M. STOREY, S. ISACC, B. MANDAL (Chertsey, Surrey, UK)
320
Posters
PB8 159 ›
Wednesday 8
CARDIAC REMOTE TELEMETRY IN A GERIATRIC ACUTE CARE UNIT: A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL
M. MEURICE*, M. MEURICE, P. LE DEUN, P. DA COL, L. GARNIER, F. PINOCHE
(MALESTROIT, France)
PB8 160 ›
LATE ONSET MYASTHENIA GRAVIS. A DISEASE TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT. A CASE
REPORT
J. BLAZQUEZ*, J. GIL MORENO, G. MARTINON TORRES, N. PARRAS GARCIA DE LEON,
N. FERNANDEZ MARTINEZ (TOLEDO, Spain)
PB8 161 ›
MECHANISMS OF AGE-RELATED CHANGES OF OXYGEN-TRANSPORTATION
FUNCTION OF BLOOD
PB8 162 ›
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND NUTRITION RISK AMONG THOSE LIVING TO
ADVANCED AGE
O. KORKUSHKO*, L. IVANOV, A. PISARUK , N. CHEBOTAREV (Kiev, Ukraine)
R. TEH*, C. WHAM, N. KERSE, R. DOUGHTY (Auckland, New Zealand)
PB8 163 ›
IMPACT OF ALDOSTERONE RECEPTOR BLOCKADE VERSUS THIAZIDE THERAPY
ON SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM FUNCTION IN GERIATRIC HYPERTENSION
M. SUPIANO*, W. WRAY (Salt Lake City, United States)
PB8 164 ›
CORRELATION AMONG CARDIOVASCULAR TESTS IN PATIENTS WITH CHAGAS
DISEASE OVER 50 YEARS OF AGE
PB8 165 ›
HYPERTENSION IN A SPANISH POPULATION AGED 85 OR OLDER. NON-DIPPING
PATTERN AND PHARMACOLOGICAL CONTROL
S. SILVA*, C. AMARAL, E. GONTIJO (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
J. BLAZQUEZ CARRASCO*, F. MADRUGA GALAN, A. BLANCO ORENES, M. MAREQUE
ORTEGA, J. GIL MORENO, F. TARAZONA SANTABALBINA (TOLEDO, Spain)
PB8 166 ›
ADVERSE DRUG EVENTS AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS IN CONGESTIVE HEART
FAILURE THERAPY AMONG THE VERY ELDERLY
PB8 167 ›
AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING (ABMP) PATTERN IN
HYPERTENSIVE ELDERLY WITH WITH POSTPRANDIAL HYPOTENSION (PPH)
R. SZTRAMKO*, M. BROWN, V. CHAU, R. WONG (Vancouver, Canada)
PB8 168 ›
STANDARDIZED GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ELDERLY
PATIENTS WITH AORTIC STENOSIS
Wednesday
A. ZANASI*, A. MINNUCCI, C. VEDELE (Baggiovara di Modena, Italy)
C. PATRY*, T. OLLIVIER, D. HIMBERT, N. FAUCHER, B. IUNG, A. RAYNAUD-SIMON
(Paris, France)
PB8 169 ›
EVALUATION OF PULSE WAVE VELOCITY [PWV] AND ARTERIAL STIFFNESS
INDEX [ASI] IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
A. MATHUR*, H. AGARWAL, M. CHATURVEDY, M. KUMAR, S. MATHUR (Jodhpur, India)
PB8 170 ›
NEW TECHNIQUE OF SURGICAL MYOCARDIAL REVASCULARIZATION – BETTER
SURVIVAL OF OCTOGERIANS
R. SPUNDA*, T. URBAN, M. SEMRAD, M. SALMAY, M. SPACEK, T. PRSKAVEC, E. TOPINKOVA (Prague, Czech Republic)
PB8 171 ›
IMPACT OF GAMMA-GLUTAMYLTRANSFERASE ON FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME IN
ELDERLY PATIENTS AFTER ISCHEMIC STROKE
D. D’ AMBROSIO*, D. DELLA MORTE, G. GARGIULO, F. GALLUCCI, M. ROSSETTI, G. DE ROSA, G. UOMO, T. RUNDEK, F. RENGO, P. ABETE (Naples, Italy)
PB8 172 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE IN LOW INCOME PATIENTS WITH COPD
L. DANOJEVIC*, V. LJUBIC BEGANOVIC, P. REBIC, B. GVOZDENOVIC (Belgrade, Serbia)
321
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 173 ›
PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELL TRANSPLANTATION FOR PATIENTS
WITH PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE
PB8 174 ›
CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF AN INCREASED PLASMA NT-PROBNP LEVEL IN
NONAGENARIANS FROM THE GENERAL POPULATION
E. KANEKO*, Y. ABE, A. KAWAKAMI, K. SHIMOKADO (Tokyo, Japan)
B. VAES*, W. DE RUIJTER, J. DEGRYSE, R. WESTENDORP, J. GUSSEKLOO (Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, Belgium)
PB8 175 ›
BEFORE A STROKE AND AFTER – WHAT HAPPENS?
L. OLAI*, M. OMNE-PONTÉN, L. BORGQUIST, K. SVÄRDSUDD (Uppsala, Sweden)
PB8 176 ›
CHANGES IN AUTONOMIC REGULATION IS CORRELATED WITH THE SEVERITY
OF BRAIN LESIONS IN PATIENTS WITH STROKE
N. FERRARA*, G. D’ADDIO, G. CORBI, R. GIOVANNA, B. LANZILLO, G. FURGI, F. RENGO
(Campobasso, Italy)
PB8 177 ›
ADIPONECTIN AND HOMOCYSTEINE IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
ASSOCIATED WITH AGING; CORRELATION STUDY
E. LUPEANU*, V. ANDREI, R. PIRCALABU, G. PRADA, I. RADUCANU, S. OPRIS, R. HNIDEI, B. MOROSAN (Bucharest, Romania)
PB8 178 ›
THE BOLOGNA OUTCOME ALGORITHM FOR ISCHAEMIC STROKE (BOAS)
M. ZOLI*, A. MUSCARI, P. GIOVANNI MARIA, S. NADIA, M. BEATRICE (Bologna, Italy)
PB8 179 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF OLDER PATIENTS ADMITTED TO A GERIATRIC DAY
HOSPITAL: A NEW EXPERIENCE IN BRAZIL
M. ALTONA*, T. JUNQUEIRA AVELINO DA SILVA, C. RIBEIRO MAUÉS, J. YUMI TIZON
KASAI, M. ALIBERTI, B. BARBIERO SAAD, F. RAINHA LOPES, W. JACOB FILHO (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Wednesday
PB8 180 ›
CARDIAC SURGERY AT THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF DIJON: MORTALITY,
MORBIDITIES AND MEAN LENGTH OF STAY IN OLD AND OLD-OLD
POPULATIONS
E. MAZEN*, A. MUSAT, L. POPITEAN, A. CAMUS, M. DAVID, P. PFITZENMEYER (DIJON,
France)
PB8 181 ›
SPONTANEOUS CONVERSION OF CHRONIC ATRIAL FIBRILLATION TO SINUS
RHYTHM
H. TAKKUNEN*, M. KARESOJA , P. HIRVONEN (Helsinki, Finland)
PB8 182 ›
USE OF FLUINDIONE IN GERIATRIC POPULATION: CLINICAL AUDIT SIX MONTHS
AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF LOCAL PROTOCOL
PB8 183 ›
FACTORS LEADING TO UNPLANNED HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS AND UNPLANNED
OUTPATIENT CLINIC VISITS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE
M. LEFEBVRE*, E. ARMOIRY, Y. GUILHERMET, C. BUREAU (Villeurbanne, France)
M. STOMPOR*, B. WIZNER, M. FEDYK-lUKASIK, M. DUBIEL, T. GRODZICKI (Cracow,
Poland)
PB8 184 ›
THE ATTITUDES AND APPROACHES TO DECISION MAKING ABOUT
ANTIHYPERTENSIVE TREATMENT IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
C. PERRET-GUILLAUME*, C. GENET, D. ALLALI, F. HERRMANN, S. HURST, U. VISCHER (Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy, France)
PB8 185 ›
ACUTE FULMINANT MILIARY TUBERCULOSIS WITH ADULT RESPIRATORY
DISTRESS SYNDROME IN AN OCTOGENARIAN
I. IRAIZOZ*, J. ALONSO, A. CASAS, N. MARTINEZ, H. GOMEZ, J. REDIN, J. LARRION, B. GONZALEZ (Pamplona, Spain)
322
Posters
Wednesday 8
PB8 186 ›
DYSFUNCTION OF MICROCIRCULATION AND LEFT VENTRICLE FUNCTION IN
THE ELDERLY WITH HEART FAILURE
PB8 187 ›
EFFICACY OF CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE FOR CORTICODEPENDENT GIANT CELL
ARTERITIS
M. DUBIEL*, J. KROLCZYK, M. STOMPOR, T. GRODZICKI (Cracow, Poland)
J. BOUTEMY*, Y. OLLIVIER, C. CREVEUIL, A. ZOULIM, B. BIENVENU, P. LETELLIER
(CAEN, France)
PB8 188 ›
AORTIC STIFFNESS PREDICTS HYPOTENSION DURING ANAESTHETIC
INDUCTION IN ELDERLY
A. BENETOS*, C. ALECU, E. CUIGNET-ROYER, H. BOUAZIZ, P. SALVI, H. VESPIGNANI,
P. MERTES, A. BENETOS (Vandoeuvre, France)
PB8 189 ›
THE IMPORTANCE OF RISK FACTORS IN EVALUATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR
DISEASES IN THE LONGEVIVES
A. TEIXEIRA*, G. POPESCU, J. NOBREGA, E. AZEVEDO, J. TEIXEIRA FILHO, J. TEIXEIRA (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PB8 190 ›
PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF THE N-TERMINAL PRO-BRAIN NATRIURETIC
PEPETIDE IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
PB8 191 ›
« J-CURVE » PHENOMENON BETWEEN COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS AND BLOOD
PRESSURE IN OLD PATIENTS DURING TREATMENT OF HYPERTENSION
R. TOUFIQ*, M. PICAT, J. MEYNIER, T. DANTOINE (Limoges, France)
A. ZHIRKOV*, V. KOSTENKO (Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation)
PB8 192 ›
OPERATIONALIZING MULTIMORBIDITY AND AUTONOMY FOR HEALTH
SERVICES RESEARCH IN AGING POPULATIONS (OMAHA) - STUDY DESIGN AND
PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM WAVE ONE DATA-COLLECTION
M. HOLZHAUSEN*, M. HOLZHAUSEN, C. SCHEIDT-NAVE, J. FUCHS, M. BUSCH, A. ERNERT,
U. HAPKE, H. KNOPF, J. SIX-MERKER, J. WELKE, P. MARTUS (Berlin, Germany)
PB8 193 ›
E. PAILLAUD*, R. BERTRAND, P. LE CORVOISIER, I. MAHÉ, J. BERGMANN, D. MOTTIER, P. PFITZENMEYER, S. LETULLE, E. PAILLAUD, O. MONTAGNE (Creteil, France)
PB8 194 ›
MORTALITY OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE ADMITTED TO
AN ACUTE GERIATRIC UNIT: THE IMPORTANCE OF FUNCTIONALITY AND
COMORBIDITY
Wednesday
ROUTINE IN-HOSPITAL CARE AND PROGNOSIS OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH
HEART FAILURE
C. RODRIGUEZ PASCUAL*, A. VILCHES MORAGA, E. PAREDES GALAN, A. FERRERO
MARTINEZ, M. TORRENTE CARBALLIDO, M. LÓPEZ SÁNCHEZ, O. LAZARINI, M. OLCOZ CHIVA, J. VEGA ANDIÓN, M. LOPEZ SIERRA (VIGO, Spain)
PB8 195 ›
AGE RELATED MODIFICATION OF THE TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY AFFECTS
AN ATHEROSCLEROTIC RISK FACTOR IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
PB8 196 ›
INTEREST OF ANTIDEPRESSANT ON ELDERLY WHO SUFFER FROM CORONARY
FAILURE AFTER 75 YEARS OLD
E. FABIAN*, M. BOGNER, I. ELMADFA (Vienna, Austria)
K. TALEB*, V. FOSSEY DIAZ, A. MISME, M. BENBEKINA, O. DRUNAT, Y. WOLMARK (Paris, France)
PB8 197 ›
ETHNIC DIFFERENCE IN PREDICTED VALUES OF PULMONARY FUNCTION BY
AGE GROUPS
K. KWON*, K. KWON, K. YOON, H. CHUN, J. SUNG, S. PARK, B. CHO, J. CHANG, S. CHO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
323
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Posters
PB8 198 ›
COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY OF OLD PATIENTS WITH
HIGH RISK FOR ATHEROSCLEROTIC DISEASE
PB8 199 ›
DIFFERENCES IN SURVIVAL AND CLINICAL FEATURES OF PATIENTS
DIAGNOSED WITH SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS BEFORE AND AFTER THE AGE OF 65
Y. GARCIA*, E. KLEIN, R. MOREIRA, R. MIRELA, R. DEMARCHI (São Paulo, Brazil)
M. PEREZ-BOCANEGRA*, R. SOLANS, C. SIMEON, V. FONOLLOSA, J. PRIETO, M. CAMPILLO, M. VILARDELL (Barcelona, Spain)
PB8 200 ›
PLASMA BNP HELPS RECOGNIZE CARDIAC FROM NON-CARDIAC ORIGIN OF
LOWER LIMB EDEMA IN OLD PATIENTS
C. BUSSY*, E. DUBOIS, S. CHAUVELIER, B. MBWAKONGO, C. OASI, S. PARIEL, J. BELMIN (Ivry sur Seine, France)
PB8 201 ›
ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION AND ELASTIC COMPRESSION STOCKINGS:
CLINICAL DESCRIPTIVE AND COMPARATIVE STUDY
A. MINARD*, S. KRYPCIAK, E. ALONSO, O. MONTAGNE, E. TAILLANDIER, E. PAILLAUD
(Creteil, France)
PB8 202 ›
ELEVATED PLASMA FIBRIN D-DIMER AS A RISK FACTOR FOR VASCULAR
DEMENTIA: THE THREE-CITY COHORT STUDY
L. CARCAILLON*, P. GAUSSEM, P. DUCIMETIERE, M. GIROUD, C. TZOURIO, K. RITCHIE, J. DARTIGUES, P. SCARABIN (Villejuif, France)
PB8 203 ›
PREDICTORS OF SURVIVAL AFTER CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFT IN
YOUNG AND ELDERLY PATIENTS AFTER CARDIAC REHABILITATION
F. CACCIATORE*, F. MAZZELLA, A. PAPA, D. ACANFORA, G. IANNUZZI, G. LONGOBARDI, A. NICOLINO, L. ODIERNA, G. FURGI, F. RENGO (Telese , Italy)
PB8 204 ›
COLLABORATION BETWEEN A NURSING HOME AND A PSYCHO-GERIATRICS UNIT
Wednesday
A. SIMON*, A. SIMON, S. MAMAN (Plaisir, France)
Centenarians
PB8 205 ›
UNDERTREATMENT OF DEPRESSION SYMPTOMS AMONG THE OLDEST OLD
PATIENTS IN ONTARIO, CANADA
PB8 206 ›
IS AGING JUST A DISEASE? COGNITION, FUNCTIONALITY AND SOCIO
CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE VERY OLD ELDERLY AND CENTENARIANS
K. SZCZERBINSKA*, J. HIRDES, J. ZYCZKOWSKA (Krakow, Poland)
D. MATALLANA*, P. MONTAÑES, C. CANO, S. CECILIA (Bogotá, Colombia)
Depression / Delirium
PB8 207 ›
IMPROVING PSYCHIATRIC CARE OF OLDER MEDICAL INPATIENTS: TWO-YEAR
EXPERIENCE WITH A SPECIAL INTEGRATED MEDICAL-PSYCHIATRIC UNIT
G. GOLD*, P. HUBER, L. LAURENT, T. VÉRONIQUE, G. UMBERTO, C. CHRISTIAN, G. PANDELIS, G. GABRIEL (Thônex, Switzerland)
PB8 208 ›
THE HOSPITALIZED OLDER PERSON EDUCATION CURRICULUM H.O.P.E
SUPPORTED BY THE EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT FUND
M. NORRIS*, L. ANDERSON, R. MEHTA, M. CHAIL, K. SIVJEE (Toronto, Canada)
PB8 209 ›
GALANTAMINE IN THE TREATMENT OF MINOR DEPRESSION WITH MILD TO
MODERATE ALZHEIMER
K. ALAGIAKRISHNAN* (Edmonton, Canada)
324
Posters
Wednesday 8
PB8 210 ›
COGNITIVE IMPROVEMENT IN PATIENT WITH INCIPIENT DEMENTIA AND NEW
SERTRALIN TREATMENT
PB8 211 ›
DEPRESSION, SELF-RATED HEALTH STATUS AND DISABILITY: THE EUROPEAN
STUDY ON ADULT WELL-BEING (ESAW)
Z. DANZIGOVA*, J. TENAIOVA (Prague, Czech Republic)
L. DOMINGUEZ*, L. DOMINGUEZ, M. DELEO, G. LAMURA, C. BALDUCCI, S. QUATTRINI,
M. MELCHIORRE, A. FERLISI, G. COSTANZA, E. PUTIGNANO (Palermo, Italy)
PB8 212 ›
PREVALENCE OF DEPRESSION IN BEDRID ELDERLY IN MACEIó, ALAGOAS, BRAZIL
R. COSTA*, R. COSTA, F. MELO (Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil)
PB8 213 ›
IS DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AS A BARRIER TO PARTICIPATION IN PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY AMONG OLDER PEOPLE?
R. SAHAF*, A. MARSHALL, H. BARTLETT, M. RASSAFIANI (Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PB8 214 ›
DEPRESSION AND ONSET OF CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS: MODIFICATION BY
DISABILITY OR INACTIVITY
M. GLYMOUR*, M. AVENDANO (Boston, United States)
End of life
PB8 215 ›
HOW GOOD ARE WE AT PREDICTING DEATH ON ELDERLY CARE WARDS?
M. GOSNEY*, A. MATTHEW, J. WILSON (Reading, Berkshrie, United Kingdom)
PB8 216 ›
DIFFICULTIES IN THE DESIGNATION OF THE RELIABLE PERSON IN GERIATRICS
AND PALLIATIVE CARE
F. SCHWEITZER*, A. POP, I. GANTOIS, C. LAMOUILLE, M. FRANCOIS, T. JONVEAUX
(NANCY, France)
PB8 217 ›
DEBRECEN LONGEVITY STUDY I. THE HEMORHEOLOGICAL STATUS IN OLDEST
OLD RESIDENTS
PB8 218 ›
USE OF PALLIATIVE CARE AT THE END OF LIFE AMONG VERY OLD PATIENTS IN
BELGIUM
L. VAN DEN BLOCK*, R. DESCHEPPER, N. BOSSUYT, V. VAN CASTEREN, L. DELIENS
(Brussels, Belgium)
PB8 219 ›
Wednesday
A. KOVACS*, A. KOVACS, Z. SZIKSZAI, G. PARAGH, E. VARADY, S. IMRE (Debrecen,
Hungary)
CHANGING CULTURES IN CARE CHOMES TO ENABLE GOOD END OF LIFE CARE
M. JOHNSON* (Bath, United Kingdom)
PB8 220 ›
THE
B. ALMEIDA* (Santo Andre, Brazil)
Frailty / Physical exercice / Osteoporosis / Rehabilitation /
Sarcopenia / Falls
PB8 221 ›
MANAGEMENT OF PRESSURE SORES AMONG JUNIOR DOCTORS
J. DALE-SKINNER *, O. D’SOUZA, J. DALE-SKINNER, G. HAYES, S. PATANWALA
(Lincoln, United Kingdom)
PB8 222 ›
FALL RECORDS IN PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA: A COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT
RECALL PERIODS
T. ZIESCHANG*, M. SCHWENK, P. OSTER, C. BECKER, K. HAUER (Heidelberg,
Germany)
325
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 223 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF AN ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL (AHP) NEEDS
ASSESSMENT TOOL
PB8 224 ›
EVALUATION OF THE OUTCOME OF PERSONS AFTER A SEVERE TRAUMATIC
BRAIN INJURY AT 60 YEARS AND MORE
L. PEACOCK*, J. STOBIE, S. CREE, P. KERR, B. MARTIN (East Kilbride, Uk)
H. BOUVIER*, P. AZOUVI, J.J. WEISS, P. AEGERTER, V. BOSSERELLE, S. AZERAD (Saint Cloud, France)
PB8 225 ›
CORRELATES OF HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE OF OLDER ADULTS
SEEKING SERVICES FOR VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
J. RENAUD*, M. LEVASSEUR, J. GRESSET, O. OVERBURY, J. DESROSIERS, M. WANET-DEFALQUE, M. DUBOIS, K. TEMISJIAN, C. VINCENT, M. CARIGNAN
(Longueuil, Canada)
PB8 226 ›
STANDARD GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT IN A GERIATRIC WARD
G. BAKÓ*, A. SZABÓ, F. TIZEDES, I. TÁRKÁNYI, E. NAGY, M. HORVÁTH (Debrecen,
Hungary)
PB8 227 ›
TREATMENT OF OSTEOPOROTIC VERTEBRAL FRACTURES BY KYPHOPLASTY
M. LÁZARO*, J. CEBRIÁN, A. PUENTE, F. MARCO, J. LÓPEZ -DURÁN, J. RIBERA
(Madrid, Spain)
PB8 228 ›
EVERYDAY PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES AND SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN OLD AND VERY
OLD AGE – RESULTS FROM A COMMUNITY STUDY
PB8 229 ›
USEFULNESS OF COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT (CGA) TO
IDENTIFY CARE NECESSITIES OF PATIENTS ADMITTED TO A HOME PROGRAM
V. CIHLAR*, C. ROTT (Heidelberg, Germany)
M. MAS*, G. SARA, D. VERONICA, G. JOSEP ANTONI, S. SEBASTIA (Badalona,
Spain)
Wednesday
PB8 230 ›
THE 6-MIN WALK TEST IN ELDERLY WOMAN: CORRELATION WITH
CARDIOPULMONARY AND ANTHROPOMETRICS VARIABLES AND PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY LEVEL
A. DORNELAS DE ANDRADE*, A. GAMA, P. MARINHO, M. PESSOA, D. BRANDÃO, L. ALCOFORADO (Recife, Brazil)
PB8 231 ›
FALLS BY AWKWARDNESS? NEVER!
F. DECLIPPELEIR*, J. ZIRNHELT, I. CLERC-GIRARD (Chambéry, France)
PB8 232 ›
PRACTICE OF PHYSICAL RESTRAINTS IN A GERIATRIC HOSPITAL
V. GAUTIER*, V. GAUTIER, S. HAULON, F. BLOCH, L. JOFFREDO, T. JOUCDAR, A. SAUTEREAU, M. MANKOUR, G. ABITBOL, N. CHARASZ (Paris, France)
PB8 233 ›
COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT FOR OLDER ADULTS ADMITTED TO
HOSPITAL: INITIAL RESULTS FROM THE COCHRANE REVIEW
PB8 234 ›
KNEE AND ANKLE ISOMETRIC MUSCLE STRENGTH IN WOMEN WITH AND
WITHOUT OSTEOPOROSIS
G. ELLIS*, M. WHITEHEAD, D. ROBINSON, D. O’NEILL, P. LANGHORNE (Airdrie, Uk)
M. CHAVES AVEIRO*, G. MARINHO NONATO, J. GIANJOPPE DOS SANTOS, V. DASSI KIYOTO, A. CECCATTO, P. DRIUSSO, J. OISHI (São Carlos, Brazil)
PB8 235 ›
THE ASSESSMENTS OF FALLS AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDEST OLD
VETERANS IN TAIWAN
M. CHOU*, S. CHOU, C. LIANG, L. CHEN, K. HSUEH, Y. LIN, M. TU (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
326
Posters
PB8 236 ›
Wednesday 8
THE CIRCUMSTANCES AND CONSEQUENCES OF FALLS DURING A STUDY TO
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A TAI CHI FALL PREVENTION PROGRAMME
I. LOGGHE*, C. BEILO, I. LOGGHE, A. VERHAGEN, A. RADEMAKER, S. BIERMA-ZEINSTRA, E. VAN ROSSUM, M. FABER, R. WIJNEN-SPONSELEE, P. ZEEUWE, B. KOES (Breda, The Netherlands)
PB8 237 ›
FALL SEVERITY AS A PREDICTOR OF FUTURE FALL RISK N. LELAND-WIATROWSKI* (Boston, United States)
PB8 238 ›
TRANSCULTURAL ADAPTATION AND PSYCHOMETRIC VALIDATION OF
A FRENCH-LANGUAGE VERSION OF THE DEMENTIA QUALITY OF LIFE
INSTRUMENT (DQOL)
G. SCHWEBEL*, D. JOLLY, L. DI POLLINA, E. RAVENEL, P. PFITZENMEYER, O. ROUAUD, M. GEORGE, M. PONCELET-GOCHARD, E. QUIGNARD, F. BLANCHARD, J. NOVELLA (Reims, France)
PB8 239 ›
ASSESSMENT OF FRAILTY PREVALENCE AND SURVIVAL OUTCOME: THE
FRAILTY INDEX APPROACH AND THE 5-ITEM PHENOTYPE APPROACH
K. ROCKWOOD*, X. SONG, A. MITNITSKI, K. ROCKWOOD (Halifax, Canada)
PB8 240 ›
HANDGRIP STRENGTH AS A LONG-TERM MORTALITY PREDICTOR. TOLEDO
STUDY OF AGING
A. ALFARO*, R. PAZ, M. DE LA TORRE, J. FLORES, L. MORENO, T. ESTRADA, G. GUTIERREZ (Toledo, Spain)
PB8 241 ›
EXAMINING OLDER WOMEN»S CONCEPTIONS OF PHYSICAL HEALTH USING
PHOTOVOICE
J. NASLUND*, J. SIMS-GOULD, T. LIU-AMBROSE, M. ASHE, L. HURD-CLARKE
(Vancouver, Canada)
PB8 242 ›
UPDRS SCORE IS RELATED TO FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN PARKINSON DISEASE
PATIENTS
PB8 243 ›
RELIABILITY OF FALLS RECALL - A FACTOR TO KEEP IN MIND FOR
IMPLEMENTATION OF FALLS INTERVENTION PROGRAMS
N. RINALDI*, F. BARBIERI, F. STELLA, S. GOBBI, L. GOBBI (Rio Claro, Brazil)
PB8 244 ›
COULD PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL INDICATE DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN
PARKINSON’S DISEASE PATIENTS?
F. BARBIERI*, L. GOBBI, C. TEIXEIRA-ARROYO, N. RINALDI, R. VITORIO, P. SANTOS, C. TAKAKI, F. STELLA, S. GOBBI (Rio Claro, Brazil)
PB8 245 ›
Wednesday
E. FREIBERGER* (Erlangen, Germany)
XEROSTOMY IN ELDERLY WITH DIFFERENT FRAILTY LEVELS
M. SOUSA*, M. SOUSA, L. RIHS, M. DIOGO, M. GUARIENTO, F. CINTRA, A. NÉRI
(PIRACICABA, Brazil)
PB8 246 ›
INTEREST OF POSTUROGRAPHY DURING THE FALLS CONSULTATION
C. DELECLUSE*, C. GAXATTE, I. DELABRIERE, F. PUISIEUX, V. PARDESSUS (Lille, France)
PB8 247 ›
SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY OF OLDER PEOPLE: ASSOCIATION WITH BODY
COMPOSITION AND LEG STRENGTH AND POWER OUTPUT
E. FERRIOLLI*, C. GREIG, N. STEPHENS, R. SKIPWORTH, T. PRESTON, K. FEARON
(Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
PB8 248 ›
INCIDENCE OF SECOND HIP FRACTURE IN MEN AND WOMEN: A SYSTEMATIC
REVIEW
M. ASHE*, J. DAVIS, E. GORMAN, M. DONALDSON, P. BRASHER, P. GUY (Vancouver,
Canada)
327
Wednesday 8
PB8 249 ›
Posters
A META ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF MEDICATIONS ON FALLING IN THE ELDERLY
J. WOOLCOTT*, J. WOOLCOTT, K. RICHARDSON, M. WIENS, B. PATEL, J. MARIN, K. KHAN, C. MARRA (Vancouver, Canada)
PB8 250 ›
FRACTURES PREDICT SHORT- AND LONG-TERM FUNCTIONAL DECLINE IN THE
AGED - A POPULATION-BASED STUDY WITH 8- YEAR FOLLOW-UP
M. PIIRTOLA*, M. LÖPPÖNEN, T. VAHLBERG, R. ISOAHO, S. KIVELÄ, I. RÄIHÄ (Turku, Finland)
PB8 251 ›
HIP PROTECTORS - ADHERENCE IS INSUFFICIENT FOR EFFECTIVENES: DATA
FROM THREE RANDOMISED TRIALS
S. KURRLE*, S. KURRLE, S. QUINE, P. SAMBROOK, L. MARCH, D. CHAN, K. LOCKWOOD (Ryde, Australia)
PB8 252 ›
UPTAKE AND TWO-YEAR ADHERENCE TO ANTI-OSTEOPOROTIC TREATMENT IN
PATIENTS WITH RECENT HIP FRACTURE
PB8 253 ›
ANALYZING COMPLICATIONS IN A CONVALESCENCE CARE GERIATRIC UNIT (CCGU)
J. RYG*, J. GRAM, S. OVERGAARD, J. SØRENSEN, K. BRIXEN (Odense, Denmark)
M. GONZALO LÁZARO*, J. OTEIZA OLASO, F. URIZ OTANO, C. MARTÍNEZ VELASCO,
M. MUNIESA, J. JIMENEZ ARRIBAS, P. JULIAN (Pamplona, Spain)
PB8 254 ›
THE EFFECT OF LOW HAEMOGLOBIN LEVELS ON THE POST-OPERATIVE
OUTCOMES OF FRACTURED NECK OF FEMUR REPAIRS IN THE ELDERLY
E. AITKEN*, S. JACOBSBERG, E. READ, E. AITKEN (London, United Kingdom)
PB8 255 ›
EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE TRAINING ON COGNITION, QUALITY OF LIFE
AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITIES IN FRAIL OLDER ADULTS
F. LANGLOIS*, M. HÉBERT, T. MINH VU, K. CHASSÉ, L. BHERER (Montreal, Canada)
PB8 256 ›
MAINTENANCE OF ELDERLY MUSCULAR STRENGTH IN A RESISTANCE
EXERCISE PROGRAM
M. DE JESUS MIRANDA*, F. MARQUES CAMARA , M. JESUS MIRANDA, M. VELARDI
(Campinas, Brazil)
Wednesday
PB8 257 ›
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH FALLS IN INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERS, IN SãO
PAULO, BRAZIL
M. MARINI*, J. BEZ, V. CORREA, S. TEIXEIRA, F. FRANCO, N. PIRES, M. ODIERNA, M. RIBEIRO (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 258 ›
THE EFFECT OF PHYSIOTHERAPY PROGRAMME IN THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN
SUBJECTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS GRADE I AND II
K. GRAMANI-SAY*, L. MARTINS GARCIA, P. MENDES DA SILVA SERRÃO, S. MATTIELLO GONÇALVES ROSA (São Carlos, Brazil)
PB8 259 ›
FALL IN SENIORS PRESENTING TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: DOES
MANAGEMENT BY AN INTERDISCIPLINARY GERIATRIC TEAM HAVE AN IMPACT
ON PATIENT’S CARE AND OUTCOME?
M. SULLIVAN*, P. BARASSI, K. BAIG, K. BROWN, N. PLAISIR, G. RAMSAY, A. TURNER,
A. HUANG, J. VERDON (Montreal, Canada)
PB8 260 ›
BODY COMPOSITION, MUSCLE STRENGTH AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE
OF AN INDEPENDENT URBAN BRAZILIAN OLDER POPULATION
P. FORMIGHIERI*, E. FERRIOLLI, J. MORIGUTI, N. LIMA, S. SILVA FILHO, E. OLIVEIRA,
J. RORIZ FILHO, M. WALTER IBRAIM, K. VILAÇA, K. PFRIMER, F. PAULA (RIBEIRÃO
PRETO, Brazil)
PB8 261 ›
THE EFFECT OF WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM ON BONE METABOLISM IN JAPANESE
OBESE PEOPLE
A. MORITA*, N. AIBA, M. MIYACHI, S. SASAKI, N. KAWASHIMA, M. TSUBOTA, S. WATANABE (Tokyo, Japan)
328
Posters
Wednesday 8
PB8 262 ›
TOOLS TO ASSESS FALL RISK: COMPARISON OF GAIT SPEED, TIMED UP & GO
WITH LORD
PB8 263 ›
IN-PATIENT FALLS – CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
PB8 264 ›
NURSE-LED WARD-BASED CONTINENCE REHABILITATION PROGRAM-A BIG
FOOTSTEP FORWARD
W. COOK*, M. DONALDSON, L. DIAN, K. KHAN (Vancouver, Canada)
C. JACQUELINE*, K. HO, S. LORD (Sydney, Australia)
L. LAU*, K. WONG, M. LAM, A. YUEN (Hong Kong, china)
PB8 265 ›
HEART RATE IN ELDERLY WOMEN IN WATER AEROBICS EXERCISE
C. SCHWANKE*, A. SCARTON, C. STOBÄUS (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PB8 266 ›
IS FUNCTIONAL FITNESS RELATED TO INDICATORS OF SARCOPENIA?
M. POWERS*, T. LAKE (Edmond, United States)
PB8 267 ›
OPTIMAL SHOE FEATURES FOR BALANCE, GAIT AND STOPPING: FINDINGS OF
THREE SYSTEMATIC STUDIES
PB8 268 ›
EFFECTS OF A FLOOR-RISE TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE AT
RISK OF FALLING
J. MENANT*, H. MENZ, B. MUNRO, J. STEELE, S. LORD (Randwick, Australia)
A. SAIMPONT*, F. MOUREY, P. MANCKOUNDIA, T. POZZO, P. PFITZENMEYER (Dijon,
France)
PB8 269 ›
THE EFFECT OF THE FUMANET® EXERCISE ON THE ELDERLY WALKING ABILITY
K. KITAZAWA*, S. OSHIMA (Kushiro, Japan)
PB8 270 ›
NEUROPROTECTIVE AND CONSEQUENT NEUROREHABILITATIVE OUTCOMES IN
ELDERLY WITH SEVERE BRAIN CONDITIONS, TREATED WITH NEUROTROPHIC
DRUGS ACTOVEGIN® OR/AND CEREBROLYSIN® - PRELIMINARY RESULTS
PB8 271 ›
CLINICAL EVALUATION OF NPWT FOR CHRONIC WOUNDS TREATMENT IN
HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY
PB8 272 ›
FUNCTIONAL STATUS ONE YEAR AFTER HIP FRACTURE: RESULTS FROM THE
SARCOPENIA AND HIP FRACTURE (SHIP) STUDY
T. LANDRE*, S. FEUILLOLAY, M. CABROL, G. SEBBANE, R. RATINEY (Sevran, France)
Wednesday
G. ONOSE*, C. POPESCU, C. CHEDREANU, A. ANHELESCU, S. MIHAESCU, D. MARDARE, C. POPESCU, L. ONOSE, L. PADURE, A. MIREA, M. HARAS
(BUCHAREST, Romania)
K. SIMPSON*, L. BRADLEY, D. WILLIAMSON, N. SINGH, R. HANSEN, T. DIAMOND,
T. FINNEGAN, B. ALLEN, T. STAVRINOS, A. DIWAN, M. FIATARONE SINGH (Sydney,
Australia)
PB8 273 ›
COMPARISON OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE
BETWEEN CAUCASIAN AND CHINESE OLDER PEOPLE
M. KWAN*, J. CLOSE, W. YANG, C. LIAO, S. LIN, S. LORD (Sydney, Australia)
PB8 274 ›
INTERACTION BETWEEN THE LEVEL OF WALKING SPEED AND THE ABILITY TO
MULTI-TASK CONDITIONS IN OLDER PEOPLE
H. IHIRA*, H. MAKIZAKO, H. SHIMADA, M. KIMURA, T. FURUNA (Sapporo, Japan)
PB8 275 ›
ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF PHYSICAL CONDITION ON THE HEALTH AND
FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF COMMUNITY DWELLING OLD PEOPLE
PB8 276 ›
MIDLIFE VASCULAR RISK AND OVERWEIGHT PREDICT FRAILTY IN OLD MEN
L. ARAÚJO*, Ó. RIBEIRO, C. PAÚL (Porto, Portugal)
J. SIROLA*, K. PITKÄLÄ, R. TILVIS, T. STRANDBERG (Helsinki, Finland)
329
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 277 ›
RESPIRATORY REHABILITATION PROGRAM IMPLEMENTED TO THE
HOSPITALIZED ELDERS WITH COPD
PB8 278 ›
ASSOCIATION OF HALLUX VALGUS AND FOOT FUNCTION IN OLDER MEN
PB8 279 ›
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SELF-RATED HEALTH IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING
INDEPENDENT JAPANESE OLDER PEOPLE
M. FELEA*, F. MITU, G. PANDELE (IASI, Romania)
R. DEMIRTAS*, Y. KAVLAK (Eskisehir, Turkey)
T. FURUNA*, H. MAKIZAKO, H. IHIRA, H. SHIMADA, M. KIMURA, E. UCHIYAMA
(Sapporo, Japan)
PB8 280 ›
CLINICAL ASSESSMENTS OF BALANCE ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED FALL
RISK: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY
M. SPEECHLEY*, S. MUIR, K. BERG, B. CHESWORTH, N. KLAR, M. SPEECHLEY
(London, Canada)
PB8 281 ›
BODY COMPOSITION INDICES AND FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY IN OLDER
WOMEN: THE EPIDOS STUDY
M. BONNEFOY*, M. AMINE, F. CANOUI-POITRINE, B. GELAS-DORE, N. BERTHOUX, A. SCHOTT, M. BONNEFOY (Lyon, France)
PB8 282 ›
ASSESSING OLDER PATIENTS AT THE POINT OF HOSPITAL ADMISSION SIMPLE CLINICAL CRITERIA IDENTIFY FRAILTY
PB8 283 ›
IS REHABILITATION FOLLOWING A STROKE SUFFICIENTLY ATTENTIVE TO
SOCIAL ROLES?
H. MILLER*, B. MARTIN, G. ELLIS, B. MCGURN (Glasgow, United Kingdom)
M. PLANTE*, L. DEMERS, B. SWAINE, J. DESROSIERS (Montreal, Canada)
Wednesday
PB8 284 ›
THE PREVALENCE ANALYSIS OF ISCHEMIC AND HEMORRHAGIC STROKE IN
THE ELDERLY POPULATION AND CORRELATION STUDY WITH LOCAL AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE: A HOSPITAL-BASED CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY IN SOUTHERN
TAIWAN
H. HSU*, C. CHEN, K. CHEN (Putz City, Taiwan)
PB8 285 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE MUSCLE STRENGTH OF LOWER EXTREMITY
MEASURED BY LEG PRESS MACHINE AND BASIC ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING
IN FRAIL OLDER PEOPLE
PB8 286 ›
PERFORMANCE-ORIENTED MOBILITY ASSESSMENT OF ELDERLY ATTENDED
AT DAY CENTER, A CARE ASSISTANCE OF RESIDENCIAL ISRAELITE ALBERT
EINSTEIN. SAO PAULO-SP, BRAZIL
H. HASHIDATE*, H. SHIMADA, N. SASAMOTO (Yamanashi, Japan)
J. BEZ*, S. DÉBORA CRISTINA OLIVEIRA MELO , C. DANIELA AFONSO BRITO, K. RAFAEL MARQUES, O. MARIA TERESA APARECIDA DA SILVA, I. MYRIAN RIBEIRO
(Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 287 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE FREQUENCY OF UTILIZING A DAY-CARE
PROGRAM AND THE EFFECTS ON PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS IN FRAIL OLDER PEOPLE
H. HIROYUKI*, H. SHIMADA, N. SASAMOTO (Yamanahi, Japan)
PB8 288 ›
RISK FACTORS OF FALLS IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY IN TAIWAN: A
PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
J. WANG*, L. CHANG (Tainan , Taiwan)
PB8 289 ›
SARCOPENIA: REVERSIBILITY OF THE PROCESS QUANTIFIED IN A SEGMENT
OF THE THIGH BY WAY OF CT SCAN IN ELDERLY WOMEN BY AN EXERCISE
PROGRAM OF PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE
A. HERRERA PÉREZ*, K. VENEGAS, I. LEYLA, A. GUZMÁN (Santiago, Chile)
330
Posters
Wednesday 8
PB8 290 ›
GAIT CHARACTERISTICS AND PREDICTORS FOR GAIT OUTCOME 3 MONTHS
AFTER HIP FRACTURE
PB8 291 ›
RISK OF FALL AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN DIABETIC AND NON DIABETIC
ELDERLY
J. HELBOSTAD*, P. THINGSTAD, B. VEREIJKEN, O. SLETVOLD (Trondheim, Norway)
D. ANJOS*, P. ALVARENGA, D. PEREIRA (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB8 292 ›
EXPERT SURVEY REGARDING ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS ON PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY AND PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING IN OLDER PEOPLE
K. FRÄNDIN*, E. RYDWIK, A. BERGLAND, N. WAALER LOLAND, L. FORSÉN
(Huddinge, Sweden)
PB8 293 ›
IS THE ASSESSMENT OF GRIP STRENGTH FEASIBLE AND ACCEPTABLE IN A
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL?
H. ROBERTS*, J. RITCHIE, J. BUTCHART, J. SPARKES, D. PADIARCHY, H. SYDDELL, K. JAMESON, A. AIHIE SAYER (Southampton, United Kingdom)
PB8 294 ›
HOLY GRAIL QUEST FOR A FALLS DETECTOR: PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM A
PILOT STUDY
C. HOSKOVEC*, S. ROCHAT, A. ROULET, C. BÜLA (Epalinges , Switzerland)
PB8 295 ›
TIMED UP AND GO (TUG) IN ELDERLY PHYSICALLY ACTIVES
G. GOMES*, M. MOURA BORGES, T. MAX FERREIRA LEITE, R. ASSIS PEDROSA, R. LANE DE FREITAS PASSOS , L. GUIMARÃES PEREIRA, A. OLIVEIRA DIAS (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB8 296 ›
FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY, HEALTH CONDITIONS, DEPRESSION SYMPTOMS AND
WELL-BEING IN ELDERLY OF CH-UNICAMP, CAMPINAS-SP, BRAZIL
D. SIGNORETTI*, G. MARIA ELENA, N. ANITA LIBERALESSO (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 297 ›
VIDEO RECORDING OF REAL-LIFE FALLS TO INVESTIGATE THE CAUSES AND
CIRCUMSTANCES OF FALLS IN LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES
PB8 298 ›
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON OUT-OF-HOME SOCIAL
PARTICIPATION AMONG ELDERLY CANADIANS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES
F. FELDMAN*, D. WAN, O. AZIZ, T. SARRAF, S. ROBINOVITCH (Burnaby, Canada)
PB8 299 ›
POSITIONAL RELEASE THERAPY TECNIQUE OF PAIN AND EMG ACTIVITY OF
TRAPEZIUM IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
P. RONALDO*, R. PIOVEZAN, C. TORRIANI, S. PINTO, F. GONDO (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 300 ›
INSPIRATION EXERCISE, FLOW AND VOLUME RESPIRATORY STIMULATOR IN
ELDERLY PATIENTS
PB8 301 ›
STEP LENGTH PREDICTORS CHANGE AFTER ENROLMENT IN A PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY PROGRAM FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE PATIENTS
Wednesday
F. LIU*, P. WANG, A. LOUCKS-ATKINSON (St John’s, Canada)
R. PIOVEZAN*, R. PIOVEZAN, C. TORRIANI, S. PINTO, F. GONDO (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
L. GOBBI*, F. BARBIERI, R. VITORIO, C. TEIXEIRA-ARROYO, M. CAETANO, F. STELLA,
S. GOBBI (Rio Claro, Brazil)
PB8 302 ›
COMORBIDITY AND FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY IN A GERIATRIC REHABILITATION
UNIT (GRU)
J. RIBERA CASADO*, E. ROMERO PISONERO, F. CUESTA TRIANA, J. MORA FERNANDEZ,
P. MATIA MARTIN, J. RIBERA CASADO (MADRID, Spain)
PB8 303 ›
FLAIL CHEST AFTER MINOR TRAUMA IN GERIATRIC POPULATION: THREE CASES
I. CLEMENT CORRAL*, A. ROMAN, E. STEVENS (Bruxelles, Belgium)
331
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 304 ›
CAN WE PREDICT ADVERSE GERIATRIC EVENTS (AGES) IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
ADMITTED FOR TRAUMATIC FEMORAL FRACTURE?
PB8 305 ›
POST-FRACTURE USE OF CALCIUM PLUS VITAMIN D AND ANTI-OSTEOPOROTIC
DRUGS AND SURVIVAL AMONG HIP FRACTURE PATIENTS
I. DE BRAUWER*, I. DE BRAUWER, B. BOLAND (Brussels, Belgium)
I. NURMI-LÜTHJE*, P. LÜTHJE, J. KAUKONEN, M. KATAJA, S. KUURNE, H. NABOULSI,
K. KARJALAINEN (Kouvola, Finland)
PB8 306 ›
ARE THE CONTEXTUAL FACTORS URBAN VERSUS RURAL LIVING, GENDER
AND AGE ASSOCIATED WITH ACTIVITIES AND PARTICIPATION AMONG OLDER
PEOPLE?
S. ARNADOTTIR*, S. ARNADOTTIR, E. GUNNARSDOTTIR, L. LUNDIN-OLSSON
(Akureyri, Iceland)
PB8 307 ›
CLINICAL PROFILE, TREATMENT PATTERNS AND OUTCOMES OF ELDERLY
BRAZILIANS WITH HIP FRACTURES
E. VIDAL*, C. COELI, R. PINHEIRO, R. SOUZA, L. ALMEIDA, K. CAMARGO JR
(Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 308 ›
STUDY REGARDING THE EFFICIENCY OF POSTURAL REHABILITATION
FEEDBACK IN ELDERLY PATIENTS AFTER STROKE
PB8 309 ›
ANEMIA AS A MARKER OF DISABILITY AT HOSPITALIZATION OF ELDERLY PATIENTS
E. ICONARU*, C. ciucurel (Pitesti, Romania)
R. RIBEIRO*, C. MONTES PAIXÃO JÚNIOR, S. OLIVEIRA E SILVA (Rio de janeiro, Brazil)
PB8 310 ›
MYASTHENIA AND OLD AGE
P. MARIE-AGNES*, M. PICAT, J. FARGEAS, A. LABROUSSE, T. DANTOINE (Limoges,
France)
Wednesday
PB8 311 ›
DYSPHAGIA SEVERITY AND THE RISK OF THE ELDERLY POPULATION
DEVELOPING ASPIRATION PNEUMONIA
M. SANTOS*, M. SANTOS, C. TANURE, Ê. PIETRA PEDROSO, L. CASEIRO VICENTE
(Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PB8 312 ›
PREVALENCE OF FRAILTY ACCORDING TO FRIED’S CRITERION IN A
COMMUNITY GERIATRIC POPULATION ASSESSED IN A GERIATRIC DAY UNIT IN
ANNECY, FRANCE
M. DEBRAY*, G. BOUCHET, B. MOHEB, V. PEUCHET, L. TAVERNIER, F. PICOT
(Annecy, France)
PB8 313 ›
NO ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OUTCOME EXPECTANCIES AND FUNCTION 6
MONTHS AFTER HIP FRACTURE SURGERY
B. BOGEN*, K. SPERSTAD, A. HYLEN RANHOFF (Bergen, Norway)
PB8 314 ›
CHALLENGES AND PARADOXES OF FALL PREVENTION RESEARCH
M. SPEECHLEY* (London, Canada)
PB8 315 ›
THE EFFECT OF STRETCHING AND PROGRESSIVE LOADING EXERCISES IN THE
BODY WEIGHT OF OSTEOPENIC FEMALE RATS
A. SILVEIRA GOMES*, L. ANA PAULA CUNHA, A. SILVEIRA GOMES, A. RENNO , J. LEIKO IWAZAKI, T. GIANELLO GNOATO, C. BRESSAN, P. NENEVÊ, R. RIBAS LOCKS
(Curitiba, Brazil)
PB8 316 ›
PREVALENCE OF FRAILTY SYNDROME IN NURSING HOME ACCORDING TO
DIFFERENT DEFINITIONS
A. PARNICKA*, K. CHMIELOWSKA, K. TOMASZEWSKI, J. NOWAK, P. MATUSIK, T. GRODZICKI (Krakow, Poland)
332
Posters
PB8 317 ›
Wednesday 8
IMPACT OF RESISTIVE TRAINING ON ELDERLY CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY:
BENEFITS AND ADVERSE EFFECTS
L. RIANI COSTA*, A. QUEIROZ, H. KANEGUSUKO, M. CHEHUEN, L. FRANÇA WALLERSTEIN,
C. UGRINOWITSCH, M. DE MELLO, C. DE MORAES FORJAZ (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 318 ›
COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME IN A GERIATRIC
INPATIENT REHABILITATION UNIT
M. FARRE*, S. ARIÑO-BLASCO, M. FARRE, I. SAEZ, O. DUEMS (Granollers, Spain)
PB8 319 ›
THE IMPACT OF EXTRA NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS AND RESISTANCE
EXERCISES ON UNDERNOURISHED OLDER ADULTS WITH A RECENT HIP
FRACTURE: 12 MONTHS RESULTS OF A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL
EXAMINING A MORE INTENSIVE REHABILITATION PROGRAM
M. CROTTY*, M. MILLER, L. DANIELS, E. BANNERMAN, C. WHITEHEAD (Adelaide,
Australia)
PB8 320 ›
PROFIT FOR THE GERIATRIC DAY HOSPITAL IN VERY ELDERLY PATIENTS
N. OTAZU AREVALO*, J. GÓMEZ PAVÓN, P. SORANDO FERNANDEZ, I. RUIPÉREZ
CANTERA (Madrid, Spain)
PB8 321 ›
EFFECT OF VITAMIN D3 ON FALL AND FALL RISK ASSESSMENT IN GERIATRIC
INPATIENTS
Y. GÖKÇE-KUTSAL*, Ö. ERKAN , A. ÇETIN, H. sAHIN, Y. GÖKÇE-KUTSAL (Ankara,
Turkey)
PB8 322 ›
OSTEOPOROSIS IN MEN ADMITTED TO THE OSTEOPOROSIS AND METABOLIC
BONE DISEASE CLINIC OF A GERIATRIC INSTITUTE
I. SANTI*, M. GANDELLI, M. GIANOTTO, M. MONTI (Milan, Italy)
PB8 323 ›
THE INTRODUCTION OF AN IN-PATIENT HOSPITAL EXERCISE VIDEO
D. FORSYTH*, C. STONEHAM (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
PB8 324 ›
CAN PRACTITIONERS GIVE AN AVERAGE AGE FOR FRAILTY IN THEIR PATIENTS?
PB8 325 ›
ASYMPTOMATIC VERTEBRAL FRACTURES IN ELDERLY HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS
M. MAGDALENA*, S. ROSARIO, C. ROBERTO, B. MIGUEL, D. OROFILA (Mallorca,
Spain)
PB8 326 ›
BODY COMPOSITION, LOWER EXTREMITY PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE AND
LIMITATIONS IN AMBULATORY OLDER WOMEN
Wednesday
P. RUMEAU *, A. STILLMUNKES, P. RUMEAU, R. ABADIE, T. VOISIN, B. FONTAN, B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
E. EVANS*, E. MCAULEY (Urbana, United States)
PB8 327 ›
VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IN ELDERLY SERBIAN PEOPLE, SUFFERING FROM
OSTEOPOROSIS
PB8 328 ›
EFFECTS OF AEROBIC AND RESISTANCE TRAINING AND DETRAINING ON
CARDIORESPIRATORY STATUS IN ELDERLY
S. DJURICA*, M. VUKSANOVIc, N. MARKOVIc, B. zERAJIc (Belgrade, Serbia)
A. SILVEIRA GOMES*, D. ROMANOVITCH RIBAS, R. RIBAS LOCKS, I. PANEK PEREIRA,
M. CAMARGO, A. SILVEIRA GOMES (Curitiba, Brazil)
PB8 329 ›
DIFFERENCE BY AGE IN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BODY COMPOSITION
AND BONE MINERAL DENSITY
PB8 330 ›
EXPERIENCES OF OLDER ADULTS ACCEPTING OR REFUSING IMPLANT
DENTURE REHABILITATION
J. JUNG*, D. PAEK, S. CHO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
R. BRYANT*, M. MACENTEE (Vancouver, Canada)
333
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Posters
PB8 331 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MUSCLE MASS AND PHYSICAL FUNCTION:
NHANES 1999-2004
PB8 332 ›
TRANSLATING AN EVIDENCE-BASED FALL RISK REDUCTION INTERVENTION
INTO AN EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAM: AN EVALUATION OF TWO
TECHNIQUES FOR MAINTAINING FIDELITY
S. SEN*, J. MCFETRIDGE, P. MAVROS, S. SEN (Bath, United States)
D. ROSE*, P. TRUEBLOOD (Fullerton, United States)
PB8 333 ›
HEALTH SERVICES UTILIZATION AND HEALTH PRACTICES AMONG THE
ELDERLY IN INDIA: RESULTS FROM THE KERALA AGING SURVEY
PB8 334 ›
FALLS PREVENTION AND CORRECT USE OF CANE IN COMUNITY-DWELLING
ELDERLY PEOPLE
S. JOHNSON* (Regina, Canada)
J. DIONISIO AVILÉS*, V. ZAMORA, P. MONTOYA, M. MONTOYA, R. CAYUELA, . ZAMORA,
J. CARBAYO, M. RUIZ, J. MONTAÑO (GUADALUPE, Spain)
PB8 335 ›
IDENTIFICATION OF THE RISK OF FALLS AMONG THE ELDERLY BY ANALYZING
THE PARAMETERS OF THE HALF TURN ON THE PLATFORM IPF 502
A. MADJLESSI*, D. BOUCCARA, S. ALAIN, B. CHRISTIAN, D. JEAN PAUL, H. JACQUES,
H. ERICK, P. MARIE CHRISTINE (Puteaux, France)
PB8 336 ›
FOUR QUESTIONS TO DETECT FRAIL ELDERLY PATIENTS IN EMERGENCY ROOM
(ER)
O. LACROIX*, S. BONIN-GUILLAUME, P. JEAN, S. PARRON, S. GENTILE (Marseille,
France)
PB8 337 ›
SACRAL INSUFFICIENCY FRACTURE : AN OVERLOOKED CAUSE OF LOW BACK PAIN
M. LAURAIN*, C. PERRET-GUILLAUME, J. DEIBENER, A. BENETOS (VANDOEUVRE
LES NANCY, France)
Wednesday
PB8 338 ›
COMPARISON OF BODY COMPOSITION, MUSCULAR STRENGTH, BALANCE,
REACTION TIME AND ACTIVITY LEVEL IN COMMUNITY- DWELLING AND
INSTITUTIONALIZED OLDER ADULTS
F. CAN*, A. SARı (Ankara, Turkey)
PB8 339 ›
REARRANGEMENT OF METABOLISM AND CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS IN
ISCHEMIC STROKE PATIENTS DURING REHABILITATION: AGE PECULIARITIES
S. KUZNETSOVA* (Kiev, Ukraine)
Gender-specific medicine / Menopause / Ageing male
PB8 340 ›
FULMINANT MENINGITIS IN ELDERLY
J. FLORES VALDERAS*, M. ARAUJO ORDOÑEZ, A. ESCOLANTE MELICH, C. GARCIA
REDECILLAS, T. ESTRADA ALVAREZ, M. MUÑOZ, M. CHECA, C. ROSADO ARTALEJO, J. FERNANDEZ SORIA, P. SERRANO CUADRADO, R. PAZ MAYA (TOLEDO, Spain)
PB8 341 ›
CORRELATION BETWEEN CASUAL SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE AND ARTERIAL
STIFFNESS ACCORDING TO GENDER AND AGE IN NURSING HOME RESIDENTS
AGED ≥80.THE P.ART.AGE STUDY
D. MILJKOVIC*, P. SALVI, S. BUATOIS, F. VALBUSA, O. HANON, F. MARINO, P. MANCKOUNDIA, O. TOULZA, F. ALLA, C. PERRET-GUILLAUME, A. BENETOS
(Nancy, France)
PB8 342 ›
DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION IN TUNISIA : SOCIO-MEDICAL AND ECONOMIC
ASPECTS OF AGEING
S. HAMMAMI*, A. BARHOUMI, R. ZNAIDI, S. HAJEM (Monastir, Tunisia)
334
Posters
PB8 343 ›
Wednesday 8
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN COGNITIVE, FUNCTIONAL AND HEALTH STATUS
AMONG THE VERY-OLD URBAN BRAZILIANS
I. ROSSET*, M. RORIZ-CRUZ, E. PEDRAZZI, A. GRATÃO, C. FREITAS, A. BASTOS, V. HAAS, R. RODRIGUES (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PB8 344 ›
LICHTENSTEIN TENSION-FREE INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR IN ELDERLY MALE
PATIENTS
V. CIJAN*, P. BOJOVIC, M. SCEPANOVIC, Z. PUDAR (Belgrade, Serbia)
Gerontechnology
PB8 345 ›
OLDER PEOPLE’S EXPERIENCES OF HOME-BASED TECHNOLOGY IN UKSPECIFIC EXTRA CARE HOUSING
H. MATLABI*, K. MCKEE, S. PARKER (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
PB8 346 ›
INTERACTIVE AND INTUITIVE MEMORY AID FOR THE ELDERLY AND PEOPLE IN
THE EARLY STAGES OF ALZHEIMER
C. DESCHENEAUX*, H. PIGOT (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB8 347 ›
PERCEIVED USEFULLNESS OF GEOLOCATION SYSTEM IN DEMENTIA BY
GERIATRICIANS
M. RIGUET*, G. DENIS, Y. WU, V. FAUCOUNAU, G. ORVOËN, A. LACOMBE, F. LABOUREE, A. RIGAUD (Paris, France)
PB8 348 ›
INTERGENERATIONAL TELE-MENTORING PROGRAM, LOCAL AND TRANSATLANTIC RESULTS
M. BERNARD*, M. FRUHWIRTH, X. WANG, K. OUACEL, K. NACEL, J. VIVET (Ottawa, Canada)
PB8 349 ›
THE NATURE OF PARTNERSHIP PROCESS IN NURSING CARES TO AGED PATIENT
PB8 350 ›
PERCEIVED NEEDS AND PREFERENCES OF ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE
COMPLAINT TOWARDS AN ASSISTIVE ROBOTIC AGENT
I. GOMES* (Lisbon, Portugal)
PB8 351 ›
PATHOLOGIES, GERIATRICS SYNDROMES, FUNCTIONALITY AND COGNITION IN
GERIATRICS HOSPITAL
S. CASTRO*, V. VIDAL, M. MERONI (SANTIAGO, Chile)
PB8 352 ›
TOKYO METROPOLITAN GERIATRIC HOSPITAL AUTOPSY RESOURCE (TMGH-AR)
M. SAWABE*, T. ARAI, Y. SAITO, T. SHIMIZU, T. TODA, S. MURAYAMA, M. TANAKA, K. TAKUBO, M. MIENO NAKA, N. TANAKA (Tokyo, Japan)
PB8 353 ›
Wednesday
V. FAUCOUNAU*, Y. WU, V. FAUCOUNAU, A. RIGAUD (Paris, France)
PRELIMINARY STUDY ON MUSCLE LOAD IN THE UPPER BODY REGIONS WHILE
USING A FOUR-WHEELED WALKER
N. SATO* (Osaka, Japan)
PB8 354 ›
ATTITUDES, ADAPTIVITY AND ADOPTION: THE USE OF TECHNICAL
INNOVATIONS IN LATER ADULTHOOD
B. WILLIGER*, K. STEFAN, L. FRIEDER (Erlangen, Germany)
PB8 355 ›
USEFULNESS OF AN ASSISTIVE ROBOT IN AGING MANAGEMENT
PB8 356 ›
ADDRESSING COGNITION NEEDS IN THREE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES WITH THE
HELP OF TECHNOLOGY
V. FAUCOUNAU*, Y. WU, M. MAESTRUTTI, F. GZIL (PARIS, France)
E. URDANETA*, C. BUIZA, M. GONZALEZ, D. FACAL, A. GEVEN, N. HÖLLER, M. TSCHELIGI, L. POLIMENAKIS, J. SOLDATOS, T. PETSATODIS, J. YANGUAS (San Sebastian, Spain)
335
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Posters
PB8 357 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF SOCIO DEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH AMONG ELDERLY
WITH HYPERTENSION
PB8 358 ›
TECHNOLOGY, HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS, AND PRIVACY
PB8 359 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF A HOME-BASED GRIP-FORCE MEASUREMENT SYSTEM TO
MEASURE THE CAPACITY OF ELDERLY TO LIVE AUTONOMOUSLY
D. TAVARES*, M. DINIZ , F. DIAS, L. RODRIGUES (Uberaba, Brazil)
L. LORENZEN-HUBER*, M. BOUTAIN, W. ROGERS (Bloomington,usa)
D. HEWSON*, K. LI, J. HOGREL, P. DEJARDIN, J. DUCHÊNE (Troyes, France)
PB8 360 ›
THE ROLE OF ECHOSCLEROSIS IN GERIATRIC PRACTICE
M. CHAHIM*, M. SALOM, A. LEZY MATHIEU, S. SOUCHON, D. MIRIC, E. ATTLAN (Issy les Moulineaux, France)
PB8 361 ›
CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTATION, RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE PERSIAN
VERSION OF THE MODIFIED FALLS EFFICACY SCALE
Z. MOSALLANEZHAD*, M. SALAVATI, K. HELLSTRÖM , L. NILSSON WIKMAR , K. FRÄNDIN ( Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PB8 362 ›
SHOUTS IN THE DEMENTED ARE NOT ALWAYS ANXIETY
P. RUMEAU*, M. PINAR, F. STEENKESTE, H. VILLARS, B. VELLAS (Toulouse, France)
PB8 363 ›
MIRAS A ROBOTIC WALKING AID TAILORED FOR THE HANDICAPPED ELDERLY
PERSON
V. PASQUI*, P. RUMEAU, S. MOULIAS, F. PIETTE, P. DECQ, B. VELLAS, P. BIDAUD
(Paris, France)
PB8 364 ›
STRESS AND COPING EXPERIENCED BY OLDER ADULTS CHALLENGED BY
DENTAL IMPLANT SELF-CARE
J. DUBE*, S. BRYANT (Vancouver, Canada)
PB8 365 ›
DEMENTIA IN THE ASIA PACIFIC AN INDONESIAN VIEW
Wednesday
T. SETIABUDHI* (Jakarta Barat, Indonesia)
Intensive care
PB8 366 ›
PROFILE OF ELDERLY PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED IN AN ACUTE GERIATRIC UNIT
COMING FROM REANIMATION
C. THOMAS*, J. BAY, G. COSQUERIC, V. BELLAMY (Paris, France)
PB8 367 ›
MORTALITY AND PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS ADMITTED IN A
MEDICAL INTERMEDIATE CARE UNIT
A. DUQUE*, J. SILVESTRE, P. FREITAS, G. CARDOSO, D. FERNANDES, A. SOUSA, J. GUIA, J. PEREIRA, V. BATALHA, L. CAMPOS (Lisboa, Portugal)
PB8 368 ›
ELDERLY PATIENTS IN AN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: OUTCOME BASED ON
REASON FOR ADMISSION
F. KYRIAKOU*, M. KYRIAKOPOULOU, C. KOLLAS, C. ROUSSOS, A. KOUTSOUKOU
(VRILISSIA, Greece)
PB8 369 ›
IMPACT OF AN ACUTE GERIATRIC CARE UNIT IN A POOR COMMUNITY
HOSPITAL IN TIJUANA BAJA CALIFORNIA MEXICO
PB8 370 ›
MANAGEMENT OF VERY OLD CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS IN A SPECIFICALLY
DEDICATED INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
C. ZUNIGA*, E. VAZQUEZ, H. GALLEGO, S. MEJIA (Tijuana, Mexico)
J. DEIBENER-KAMINSKY*, J. DELOBELLE, C. LECLAIRE, S. BLUMSTEIN, A. BENETOS
(Vandoeuvre les Nancy, France)
336
Posters
PB8 371 ›
Wednesday 8
A PROGRESSIVE HYPERCAPNIC HYPOXEMIC DYSPNEA AFTER SURGERY
J. DEIBENER.*, L. CLÉMENT, J. DEIBENER-KAMINSKY, J. DELEMAZURE, M. LAURAIN, A. BENETOS (Vandoeuvre les Nancy, France)
Long-term care
PB8 372 ›
FACTORS RELATED TO THE LEVELS OF CARE NEEDS IN LONG-TERM CARE
INSURANCE PROGRAM AMONG MEMORY CLINIC PATIENTS IN JAPAN
H. TAKECHI*, Y. HAMAKAWA, H. YAMADA (Kyoto, Japan)
PB8 373 ›
HEARING SENSITIVITY AND THE FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN LONG -TERM CARE
M. BARUZZI*, S. SILVA, L. AGNELLI, A. GONZAGA, J. CORDEIRO, N. PIRES, M. RIBEIRO (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 374 ›
WHICH ORGANISATION AND SPACE FOR PERSONALIZED CARE? STATISTICAL
AND ERGONOMICAL ANALYSIS IN LONG-TERM CARE
F. GARCIA*, M. ESTRYN-BEHAR, F. GARCIA, E. CHAUMON, G. MILANINI-MAGNY, T. BITOT (Paris, France)
PB8 375 ›
ASSISTANCE TO BASIC NEEDS. WHICH CONTEXT FOR EMPATHIC CARE
?– PARTICIPATORY ERGONOMICS TO IMPLEMENT CHANGES
F. GARCIA*, F. GARCIA, C. ELISE, M. ESTRYN-BEHAR, G. MILANINI-MAGNY, T. BITOT,
B. MEZHOUD (Paris, France)
PB8 376 ›
EVALUATION OF TEN MEASURES OF COMORBIDITY AND ONE YEAR RISK OF
FUNTIONAL DECLINE OR MORTALITY IN AN ACUTE GERIATRIC WARD
N. MARTINEZ*, A. CASAS, J. ALONSO, H. GÓMEZ, I. IRAIZOZ, B. GONZALEZ, J. LARRION, J. REDÍN (Pamplona, Spain)
PB8 377 ›
SUPPORT TO THE HOSPITALIZED SENIOR CITIZEN GROUP DYNAMICS OF LONGTERM HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS
M. OKA*, R. NOVEMBRE, C. COAGLIO, C. FRANCISCO, P. SOUZA, L. HINSCHING, I. NIGOHOSIAN, C. SALOMÃO (São Paulo, Brazil)
PREVENTING ADMISSIONS TO HOSPITAL: A NEW APPROACH TO MANAGING
CHANGE OF HEALTH STATUS IN LONG TERM CARE CARE FACILITIES
D. BROWN-FARRELL* (Toronto, Canada)
PB8 379 ›
THE PEONIES PROJECT: A NEW WAY TO MEASURE AND IMPROVE PERSONCENTERED, OUTCOMES-DRIVEN LONG-TERM CARE
Wednesday
PB8 378 ›
D. ZIMMERMAN*, S. KARON, B. BOWERS, D. KOPP, B. RYTHER, K. NOLET, K. HUTCHISON (Madison, United States)
PB8 380 ›
EPISODIC CRISES: CHALLENGES IN THE DELIVERY OF HOME SUPPORT
SERVICES TO ELDERLY CLIENTS IN A CANADIAN CONTEXT
J. SIMS-GOULD*, K. BYRNE, A. MARTIN-MATTHEWS (Vancouver, Canada)
PB8 381 ›
HOME CARE SERVICES TO ELDERLY CLIENTS: THE LABOUR OF CAREWORK IN
CANADA
A. MARTIN-MATTHEWS*, A. MARTIN-MATTHEWS, J. SIMS-GOULD, K. BYRNE
(Vancouver, Canada)
PB8 382 ›
PHYSICIANS’ ETHNICITY: DOES IT AFFECT NURSING HOME PLACEMENT?
H. SHEDA*, G. EL-KASS , M. ASHRAF, . DUBSON, M. ISSA, Y. ZAKHARIA, N. ABD AL-NOOR,
W. TOUMA, S. WASIF HUSSAIN, R. HUSSAIN, G. WOLF-KLEIN (NEW HYDE PARK, USA)
PB8 383 ›
CHANGING PRACTICE: UNDERSTANDING THE BARRIERS TO APPROPRIATE
PAIN MANAGEMENT IN RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE
S. HUNT*, R. NAY (Canberra, Australia)
337
Wednesday 8
PB8 384 ›
Posters
MANAGEMENT OF GERIATRIC GIANTS: PRESSURE SORES AND IMMOBILITY
SYNDROME
E. PEREZ-GODOY DIAZ*, A. MORENO-GUERÍN BAÑOS, J. RUIZ GONZALEZ, A. ALVARADO TATO, F. FERNANDEZ VARGAS, A. AMAYA CORTIJO (Sevilla, Spain)
PB8 385 ›
IMPROVEMENT OF CARE NETWORK BETWEEN EHPADS (NURSING HOMES FOR
ELDERLY DEPENDANT PATIENTS) AND HOSPITALS THROUGH THE CREATION
OF A GERIATRIC CARE AND ASSISTANCE UNIT
S. MEYER*, S. PEYRICHOU, K. BETTAYEB, I. SAULNIER, N. MAUBOURGUET-AKE, T. DANTOINE (Limoges, France)
PB8 386 ›
MUSIC THERAPY: MEALS IN MUSIC
K. AIT AHCENE*, S. MEYER, N. JACQUIN-MOURAIN, N. MAUBOURGUET-AKE, C. PASSERIEUX , T. DANTOINE (Limoges, France)
PB8 387 ›
ONE-YEAR SURVIVAL ANALYSIS OF INFIRMARY PATIENTS: WHAT CAN WE DO
TO IMPROVE THE SERVICES?
K. LAM*, W. YING (Shatin , China)
PB8 388 ›
PROFILE OF INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY ASSOCIATED WITH SCORES OF
FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE MEASURE (FIM)
M. IKEDA*, A. DE ALMEIDA PERNAMBUCO, V. LOPES CRISCIMANI, V. DE POLI
CORREA, C. SIMON BENEVIDES, E. MOURA E SOUZA, N. PIRES, M. SILVA ODIERNA
(São Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 389 ›
HEALTH PROFILE OF ELDERLY PATIENTS IN AN ACUTE GERIATRIC UNIT FROM
A BRAZILIAN TERTIARY HOSPITAL
S. SILVA*, R. SERAFIM, S. SILVA, R. PIANÇO, I. FIGUEIREDO, B. LOURES, C. PAIXAO
(RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil)
PB8 390 ›
LONG TERM CARE DOCUMENTATION AND ITS EFFECT ON THE QUALITY OF
CARE AND THE CLIENTS’ QUALITY OF LIFE
PB8 391 ›
INFORMAL CAREGIVING: EXPERIENCES OF PRIMARY CAREGIVERS TO NON
DEMENTED ELDERLY
Wednesday
C. HEISLBETZ*, C. HEISLBETZ (München, Germany)
M. LAGE* (Braga, Portugal)
PB8 392 ›
THE MULTI-COMPONENT TAILORED INTERVENTION IN TREATMENT OF
DEMENTED RESIDENTS WITH BPSD. RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL IN
2008-2010
U. ELONIEMI-SULKAVA*, N. SAVIKKO, M. SAARENHEIMO, T. KÖYKKÄ, H. SILLANPÄÄNISULA, M. FORDER, A. NUMMINEN, M. SUOMINEN, P. TOPO, H. FINNE-SOVERI, R. SULKAVA (Helsinki, Finland)
Metabolic syndrome / Diabetes / Obesity / Nutrition / Food
PB8 393 ›
THE ASSESSMENT OF PREALBUMIN AS AN EFFECTIVE SCREENING TOOL IN
MALNUTRITION
I. ERISA*, W. CHEUNG, J. OSPYIW, L. METHVEN, O. KENNEDY, M. GOSNEY (Reading, United Kingdom)
PB8 394 ›
SERUM 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D AND MORTALITY IN AN OLDER BI-ETHNIC
COMMUNITY-DWELLING POPULATION
S. KRITCHEVSKY*, S. KRITCHEVSKY, D. HOUSTON, J. TOOZE, M. JOHNSON, D. HAUSMAN,
J. CAULEY, D. BAUER, G. SCHWARTZ, K. SHEA, T. HARRIS (Winston Salem, USA)
PB8 395 ›
DO OLDER MEN WITH ANDROPAUSE CARRY HIGHER METABOLIC RISK?
R. CHEN*, K. NG (Singapore, Singapore)
338
Posters
PB8 396 ›
Wednesday 8
NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN A GERIATRIC LONG TERM CARE UNIT
V. GAUTIER*, F. BLOCH, S. HAULON, A. SAUTEREAU, L. JOFFREDO, T. JOUCDAR,
M. MANKOUR, G. ABITBOL, N. CHARASZ (Paris, France)
PB8 397 ›
CARBOXYMETHYLLYSINE AS A MARKER OF CHRONIC METABOLIC
COMPLICATIONS AMONG OVERVEIGHT/OBESE PERSONS
S. DZIEGIELEWSKA*, E. WYSOCKA, M. CYMERYS, L. TORLInSKI (Poznan, Poland)
PB8 398 ›
CLUSTER ANALYSIS OF THE INCIDENCE OF PEG INDUCED DIARRHOEA IN
ELDERLY PATIENTS
O. GUERIN*, O. GUÉRIN, F. ALLAERT (DIJON, France)
PB8 399 ›
RELATION OF VALUES WITH GLYCEMIC INDEX BODYWEIGHT AND WAIST
CIRCUMFERENCE
R. RIETHMÜLLER FRANCO*, E. MORAES BERLEZI, E. BERTOLO, L. BENTO FRANZ
(Ijuí, Brazil)
PB8 400 ›
MINI NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT: A STUDY OF ASSOCIATION AMONG
ANTHROPOMETRIC AND BODY COMPOSITION MEASUREMENTS, SELF HEALTH
PERCEPTION AND DIFFICULTY IN DAILY LIFE ACTIVITIES OF A GROUP OF
MEXICAN 60 YEARS-OLD AND OLDER PATIENTS
PB8 401 ›
NUTRITIONAL RISK: AN ISSUE OF EVERYDAY LIFE IN ELDERLY WOMEN IN THE
MUNICIPALITY OF GUADALAJARA, MEXICO
C. VELAZQUEZ*, E. IRIGOYEN, G. SANCHEZ, L. GUTIERREZ (Mexico City, Mexico)
N. MENDOZA*, E. ARIAS-MERINO, I. DIAZ-GARCÍA, A. MORALES-SÁNCHEZ
(Zapopan, Mexico)
PB8 402 ›
DIETARY PATTERN IS ASSOCIATED WITH ALLOSTATIC LOAD AND PHYSICAL
DISABILITY IN OLDER PUERTO RICAN ADULTS
PB8 403 ›
LONGEVITY STUDY IN DEBRECEN IV. THE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE
PHSYSICAL / NUTRITIONAL CULTURE AND THE GENERAL HEALTH STATUS IN
THE LONG-LIVED ELDERLY
K. TUCKER*, S. NOEL, J. MATTEI, N. QIAO, L. FALCON (Boston, United States)
PB8 404 ›
THE ACUTE EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE ON DIVIDED ATTENTION IN OLDER ADULTS:
A NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (NIRS) STUDY
C. GAGNON*, L. DESJARDINS-CRÉPEAU, M. DESJARDINS, I. TOURNIER, F. LESAGE,
L. BHERER (Montréal, Canada)
PB8 405 ›
Wednesday
S. HYUN *, A. KOVACS, H. SZILVASI, Z. SZIKSZAI, G. PARAGH, S. IMRE (Debrecen,
Hungary)
FOOD INGESTION AND ANTHROPOMETRIC STATUS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE
T. J O MARQUES*, S. LIMA RIBEIRO, A. MARQUES P FREITAS, P. CAREY RAMOS, P. FERREIRA DE SOUZA, L. MELCHIORI LOTTI (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 406 ›
COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT OF ELDERLY HIGHLANDERS IN
QINGHAI, CHINA ; FOOD DIVERSITY AND HEALTH OF HAN AND TIBETAN ELDERLY
Y. KIMURA*, K. MATSUBAYASHI, T. WADA, K. OKUMIYA, M. ISHINE, R. SAKAMOTO, Y. ISHIMOTO, Y. KASAHARA (Kyoto, Japan)
PB8 407 ›
ELEVATED ENDOGENOUS DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE SULFATE LEVEL
CORRELATES WITH INCREASED RISK OF METABOLIC SYNDROME IN ELDER
TAIWANESE MEN
C. WEN*, K. HUANG, Y. CHEN, C. CHEN (Taipei, Taiwan)
PB8 408 ›
PREPARATION OF MEALS WITH HIGH NUTRITIONAL VALUES
K. SOULIER*, C. BOUCHICHE, F. DUSART, B. LESOURD (Clermont-Ferrand, France)
339
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 409 ›
ELDERLY IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGHER PREVALENCE OF METABOLIC
SYNDROME IN A TAIWANESE METROPOLITAN ADULT POPULATION
PB8 410 ›
EFFECT OF AGE ON RENAL FUNCTION ESTIMATED BY GLOMERULAR
FILTRATION RATE IN A TAIWANESE METROPOLITAN ADULT POPULATION
C. LIN*, T. LI, C. LIU, W. LIN, C. LI, C. CHANG (Taichung, Taiwan)
T. LI*, C. LIN, C. LIU, W. LIN, C. LI (Taichung, Taiwan)
PB8 411 ›
LIFETIME DIET AND COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN AN OLDER COMMUNITYDWELLING POPULATION
D. HOSKING*, V. DANTHIIR, T. NETTELBECK, C. WILSON (Adelaide, Australia)
PB8 412 ›
THE NUTRITION STATUS AND EATING HABITS OF ELDERLY INHABITANTS OF
KRAKOW CITY (POLAND)
K. SZCZERBINSKA*, B. PIÓRECKA, M. CISEK, A. GNIADEK, K. SZCZERBInSKA, I. CHMIEL, M. SCHLEGEL-ZAWADZKA (Kraków, Poland)
PB8 413 ›
ASSOCIATION OF WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE WITH OTHER FACTORS RELATED
WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME IN ELDERLY
S. HOMMA*, H. KINOSHITA, T. MIZOGUCHI, Y. MURAI (Tokyo, Japan)
PB8 414 ›
ACUTE EFFECT OF AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN THE
INSULIN SENSIBILITY IN SENIORS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES
D. CHRISTINE MARINHO ARAUJO SILVA*, W. SERRANO SMETHRUST, D. CELESTINO
SOBRAL FILHO , J. MUNIZ BARRETO DE OLIVEIRA, M. DO CARMO LENCASTRE LINS,
M. DE FATIMA MONTEIRO, A. HENRIQUE RODRIGUES DE ANDRADE LIMA, S. LIRA QUEIROZ, G. FELLIPE MUNIZ AYRES, A. HENRIQUE SILVA FERREIRA, R. RAIZA MONTERAZO CYSNEIRO (Recife, Brazil)
PB8 415 ›
A STUDY ON RELATED FACTORS OF METABOLIC SYNDROME OF THE ELDERLY
LIVING IN TAIWAN RURAL AREA
PB8 416 ›
SELF-REPORT ADHERENCE IN DIABETIC ELDERLY PATIENTS AND ASSOCIATED
FACTORS
Wednesday
Y. YANG*, H. CHUANG, Y. YI-SUN, H. CHIEN-NING (Taichung, Taiwan)
C. SILVEIRA NETTO TRENTIN*, M. WERLANG, R. MILANI EL KIK, I. GOMES DA SILVA
FILHO (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PB8 417 ›
OVERZEALOUS THERAPY OF TYPE 2 DIABETES IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS
B. BOLAND*, P. CAVRENNE (Brussels, Belgium)
PB8 418 ›
WOUND HEALING & PERIPHERAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION: A CASE REPORT
K. LIU*, D. DAI, T. TING, W. HO, J. WOO, L. HUNG (Hong Kong, china)
PB8 419 ›
METABOLIC SYNDROME IN THE PREDICTION OF ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY
AMONG OLDEST OLD INSTITUTIONALIZED CHINESE MEN IN TAIWAN
PB8 420 ›
CLINICAL DESCRIPTION OF SLEEP APNEA SYNDROME IN THE ELDERLY
C. LIN*, Y. TANG (Taichung, Taiwan)
P. DEBLOIS*, N. ZREK, H. KHEMLICHE, F. CHELIOUT-HERAUT, M. OUAYOUN, J. GUILLAUME, F. BOUR (Gonesse, France)
PB8 421 ›
GERIATRIC DIABETIC PATIENTS IN AN INTERNAL MEDICINA WARD
H. LEITE GRUNER*, A. ALVES, A. CHIPEPO, A. FERREIRA, M. VENTURA, V. RISCADO
(Lisbon, Portugal)
PB8 422 ›
FREQUENCY OF POLYMORPHISM OF VNTR IN PER3 IN BRAZILIAN ELDERLY
WITH METABOLIC DISEASES
M. CENDOROGLO*, C. CS CARRASCO, A. A BARBOSA, L. MQ ARAÚJO, C. M ALMADA
FILHO, M. PEDRAZZOLLI, S. TUFIK, M. S CENDOROGLO (São Paulo, Brazil)
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PB8 423 ›
Wednesday 8
INFLUENCE OF HDL CHOLESTEROL IN POSTPRANDIAL TRIGLYCERIDEMIA IN
ELDERLY
P. MOREIRA*, P. FERREIRA DO PRADO MOREIRA, M. DALBONI, C. UEHARA, F. MARTINIANO FILHO, L. MIGUEL QUIRINO ARAUJO, M. SEABRA CENDOROGLO (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 424 ›
DEVELOPMENT OF A HELP DECISION TOOL FOR ENTERAL NUTRITION IN
ELDERLY HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS
N. COHEN*, E. KAROUBI, F. CHAMI, C. GUERIN, M. HARBOUN (Villejuif, France)
PB8 425 ›
EFFECT OF DIABETES ON THE ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION ASSOCIATED
WITH AGING. PRELIMINARY RESULTS
PB8 426 ›
CORRELATION OF TRUNK FAT BY DXA AND VISCERAL FAT BEFORE AND AFTER
A WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM: A MONET STUDY
C. MARTA*, A. CRISTINA, E. MARIAM, M. JAVIER, R. LEOCADIO (Getafe, Spain)
C. DOYON*, C. DOYON , V. MESSIER , M. LAVOIE , E. DOUCET , N. RUTAMUCERO, R. RABASA-LHORET, M. BROCHU, I. DIONNE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PB8 427 ›
IS VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY MASKED BY FOLIC ACID FORTIFICATION IN
CHILEAN ELDERS?
H. SANCHEZ *, C. ALBALA, L. LERA, E. HERTRAMPF, R. VERDUGO, M. LAVADOS, J. CASTILLO, R. UAUY (Santiago , Chile)
PB8 428 ›
OBESITY, GLUCOSE PROFILE AND COGNITION IN A INTERDISCIPLINARY
PROGRAM TO TREAT AGED WOMEN OBESITY
L. SCHAFIROVITS-MORILLO*, N. HORIE, R. MAGALDI, A. SILVESTRE, A. QUADRANTE,
R. AREZZA, C. SALDIVA, R. MOREIRA, C. BOTTINO, R. NITRINI, W. JACOB FILHO (São Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 429 ›
ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION OF AN ELDERLY EUROPEAN POPULATION: DAILY
AND WEEKLY CONSUMPTION
C. DE MORAIS*, C. AFONSO, B. OLIVEIRA, M. RAATS, M. LUMBERS, M. DE ALMEIDA,
(Porto, Portugal)
NUTRITIONAL EVALUATION AND COMPARISON USING MINI NUTRITIONAL
ASSESSMENT (MNA) AND B0DY MASS INDEX(BMI). NOVOMET STUDY.
PRELIMINARY RESULTS
R. LOPEZ MONGIL*, J. LOPEZ TRIGO, D. DE LUIS ROMAN, M. GONZALEZ SAGRADO, C. NOVOMET, G. GUERRERO RAMOS (VALLADOLID, Spain)
PB8 431 ›
OMEGA-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS, APOE GENOTYPE, AND COGNITIVE
FUNCTIONING IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS
Wednesday
PB8 430 ›
V. DANTHIIR*, T. NETTELBECK, C. WILSON, N. BURNS, G. WITTERT (Adelaide,
Australia)
PB8 432 ›
ZINC STATUS AND DNA REPAIR IN ELDERLY: RELATIONSHIP WITH LIFE STYLE
AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
J. JAJTE*, J. JAJTE, J. BLASIAK, I. LEWKOWICZ, E. MOCCHEGIANI, F. MARCELLINI, A. SAPOTA (Lodz, Poland)
PB8 433 ›
DIETARY PATTERNS AND SURVIVAL OF OLDER ADULTS
N. SAHYOUN*, N. SAHYOUN, A. ANDERSON, T. HARRIS, F. TYLAVSKY, S. PERRY, D. HOUSTON, T. HUE, . SAHYOUN (College Park, United States of America)
PB8 434 ›
THE IMPACT OF HIGHER ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE LEVELS WITHIN THE
NORMAL RANGE ON INCIDENT DIABETES
C. WANG *, S. WANG, W. YAO, T. CHANG, P. CHOU (Tainan , Taiwan)
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PB8 435 ›
Posters
BIOMARKERS OF AGING STUDY
H. CHUN*, H. CHUN, S. CHO, J. SUNG, S. PARK, B. CHO, Y. HWANG, J. CHANG, B. HAN
(Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PB8 436 ›
COMPARISON OF OBESITY INDICES IN ASSOCIATION WITH DYSLIPIDEMIA
AMONG MIDDLE AGED AND ELDERLY KOREANS
K. NA*, K. NA, H. KIM, H. CHUN, J. SUNG, K. SON, B. CHO, Y. HWANG, S. CHO (Seoul,
Republic of Korea)
Network of excellence
PB8 437 ›
THE PIEDMONT HOME RADIOLOGY PROJECT (RADHOME)
N. AIMONINO RICAUDA*, T. CAMMAROTA, A. BEUX, M. GROSSO, O. DAVINI, D. MINNITI, E. QUAGLIOTTI, V. TIBALDI, A. TIZZANI, O. BERTETTO (Torino, Italy)
PB8 438 ›
WORKPLACE-BASED MASTERS’ LEVEL TRAINING IN GERIATRIC MEDICINE
S. BHAT*, P. BAKER (Manchester, United Kingdom)
PB8 439 ›
APPROPRIATE DAYS IN FRENCH GERIATRIC DAY HOSPITALS: A PILOT STUDY
B. DURAND-GASSELIN*, L. VOLPE-GILLOT, I. SORS-MIREUX, B. MAAKAROUN, A. DAUFFY-ALLAIN, O. SAINT-JEAN (Paris, France)
PB8 440 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF GERIATRIC PATIENTS AT THE TEACHING HOSPITAL OF
LILLE FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
PB8 441 ›
VITALITY: IMPROVING OUTCOMES FOR HOSPITALIZED OLDER ADULTS
K. MOTI*, A. MARQUIS, R. BEUSCART, F. PUISIEUX, D. DREUIL (Lomme, France)
Wednesday
S. SINHA*, S. BERG, E. KIDD, D. THOMPSON, S. MUIRHEAD, J. MCELHANEY
(Vancouver, Canada)
Nursing home
PB8 442 ›
AUTONOMY OR SECURITY? NURSES’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE USE OF
ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE IN NURSING HOMES
A. GERLACH*, K. SEIDENSTÜCKER, S. KÖPKE (Hamburg, Germany)
PB8 443 ›
REDUCTION OF CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA:
GERMAN VERSION OF THE SERIAL TRIAL INTERVENTION (STI-D)
J. NORDHEIM*, T. FISCHER (Berlin, Germany)
PB8 444 ›
ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT AND THE UPTAKE OF BEST PRACTICES IN LONGTERM CARE FACILITIES
A. BOSTROM*, C. ESTABROOKS, S. SLAUGHTER, J. SQUIRES, G. CUMMINGS, D. MORGAN, L. DEGNER, J. RYCROFT-MALONE, G. TEARE, S. DOPSON, N. STEWART
(Calgary, Canada)
PB8 445 ›
THE ROLE OF TREATMENT CULTURE ON PRESCRIBING IN NURSING HOMES
FOR OLDER PEOPLE
A. DONNELLY*, B. MCCORMACK (Belfast, United Kingdom)
PB8 446 ›
HEALTH OF HEALTH CARE AIDES IN RESIDENTIAL LONG-TERM CARE
S. SLAUGHTER*, P. NORTON, A. BOSTROM, J. SQUIRES, G. CUMMINGS, D. MORGAN,
L. DEGNER, S. DOPSON, N. STEWART, J. RYCROFT-MALONE, G. TEARE (Edmonton, Canada)
PB8 447 ›
MEDICATION USE IN NURSING HOMES IN ICELAND. THREE YEAR
RETROSPECTIVE OBSERVATION STUDY
H. HANSDÓTTIR*, P. GUdMANSSON (Reykjavik, Iceland)
342
Posters
Wednesday 8
PB8 448 ›
TRADITIONAL VERSUS POD-STYLE: AN EXPLORATION OF THE EFFECTS OF
ARCHITECTURE ON QUALITY OF CARE IN NURSING HOMES
PB8 449 ›
ASSESSMENT TOOLS, STANDARD PRACTICES AND INTERVENTION PROGRAMS
IN RESIDENTIAL SETTINGS: A SPANISH STUDY
H. COOKE*, A. SMITH (Victoria, Canada)
E. CABRAS*, M. CAPRARA, R. FERNANDÉZ-BALLESTEROS (Madrid, Spain)
PB8 450 ›
THE ACTIVIST MEDICAL DIRECTOR: IMPROVING QUALITY CARE IN THE
NURSING HOME VIA CQI PROCESS. EXPERIENCE FROM THE USA
S. VON PREYSS-FRIEDMAN*, W. MCCORMICK (Seattle, United States)
PB8 451 ›
WHAT PREDICTS PSYCHOTROPIC USE IN RESIDENTIAL CARE: PRESCRIBER
AND ORGANISATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS
PB8 452 ›
DIETARY INTAKES IN NURSING HOME RESIDENTS
N. KERSE*, J. HOEM, S. MOYES, S. SCAHILL, K. PERI (Auckland, New Zealand)
B. LESOURD*, C. BOUCHICHE, K. SOULIER (Clermont-Ferrand, France)
PB8 453 ›
SAFETY AND MOBILITY OF CLIENTS WITH DEMENTIA IN INSTITUTIONAL CARE.
IMPLEMENTATION OF A MULTIPROFESSIONAL GUIDELINE
D. BÄUERLE*, M. FROMMELT, C. HEISLBETZ (München, Germany)
PB8 454 ›
OBESITY IN NURSING HOME RESIDENTS – FUNCTIONALITY AND MORTALITY
R. KAISER*, K. WINNING, K. MATTHIAS, W. UTER, P. STEHLE, S. LESSER, C. SIEBER,
J. BAUER (Nuremberg, Germany)
PB8 455 ›
COMPARING PREVALENCE OF MALNUTRITION AND NUTRITIONAL CARE IN
CARE HOMES IN GERMANY, AUSTRIA AND THE NETHERLANDS
N. VAN NIE*, J. MEIJERS, S. BARTHOLOMEYCZIK, C. LOHRMANN, S. REUTHER, J. SCHOLS, R. HALFENS (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
PB8 456 ›
DESIGN OF A STUDY ON THE QUALITY PERCEIVED BY PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED
AT HOME
PB8 457 ›
COMORBIDITY, AGE AND DRUG PHARMACEUTICAL LIQUID FORMS IN
INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH DYSPHAGIA
L. CARBONERO DE LA LLAVE*, J. CAMPOS DOMPEDRO, J. SACEDO GOMEZ, J. GAYOSO PARDO, M. ARROYO ZARATE, I. SAEZ IZQUIERDO, L. REMONDO PRIETO, V. VALVERDE MOYAR, M. SERRANO SANCHEZ, D. SIERRA CARRASCO (Madrid, Spain)
PB8 458 ›
Wednesday
M. GROSSO*, M. GROSSO, N. AIMONINO RICAUDA , V. TIBALDI , O. DAVINI , A. BEUX,
R. CERRI, C. DI NOVI, D. MINNITI, I. DI MARCO, O. BERTETTO (Torino , Italy)
GROWING OLD HEALTHY IN WITTEN, GERMANY
E. SIRSCH*, D. PLEYER, D. JORDAN, P. GESCH, P. BARTHOLOMEYCZIK (Witten, Germany)
PB8 459 ›
CONTRACTURE: THE NEED FOR A CLEAR DEFINITION
PB8 460 ›
HOW EFFECTIVE CAN A 500 &MICROG ORAL SUPPLEMENT OF VITAMIN B12
FOR JUST 28 DAYS BE FOR INSTITUTIONALIZED ELDERLY
I. GNASS*, G. BARTOSZEK, G. MEYER (Witten, Germany)
U. ALBERS*, R. PEDRERO-CHAMIZO , A. MELENDEZ, M. CASTILLO, K. PIETRZIK, M. GONZALEZ-GROSS (Madrid, Spain)
PB8 461 ›
MY ELDER CARE (MEC): HOW TO ENSURE THE CARE AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT IN THE CENTERS MAPFRE QUAVITAE
S. JULIA*, S. JULIA C., C. JOSE RAMÓN, C. LAURA, G. JOSE LUIS, A. MARIA, S. ISABEL, R. LAURA, S. MAR , S. DOLORES (Madrid, Spain)
343
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PB8 462 ›
Posters
PREVENTIVE TRAINING IN GERIATRIC NURSING HOMES: MULTILEVEL
DEVELOPMENT AND RE-AIM BASED EVALUATION
M. BRACH*, F. NIEDER, U. NIEDER, H. MECHLING (Muenster, Germany)
Pain
PB8 463 ›
AN IRT-BASED ASSESSMENT OF PACSLAC
S. VAN NISPEN TOT PANNERDEN*, M. CANDEL, S. ZWAKHALEN, J. HAMERS, P. CURFS, M. BERGER (Maastricht, The Netherlands)
PB8 464 ›
ELDERLY PEOPLE AND OPIODS: THREE METHODS OF ADMINISTRATION
PB8 465 ›
TARGETING PAIN IN OLDER PEOPLE IN THE ACUTE CARE SETTING
T. DIDIER*, K. FANNY, P. ANNIE, D. MICHEL, G. JEAN MARIE (Paris, France)
I. HIGGINS*, C. PHELAN, F. HODSON, P. SUMMONS, J. DOUGLAS, L. RITCHARD, D. BRUCE, G. MABBOTT, P. DOBSON (Callaghan, Australia)
PB8 466 ›
USE OF BUPRENORPHINE PATCH FOR PAIN CONTROL IN ELDERLY PATIENTS
WITH PUBIC RAMI FRACTURE - AN OBSERVATIONAL CASE SERIES
S. MUKHERJEE*, M. RAJEEV (Margate, Kent, United Kingdom)
PB8 467 ›
STUDY OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDER IN THE ELDERLY
PATIENTS BY MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
S. KRALJEVIc sIMUNKOVIc*, T. BADEL, M. MAROTTI, S. KOCIJAN LOVKO, J. KERN, I. KROLO (Zagreb, Croatia)
PB8 468 ›
TREATMENT OF PERSISTENT NON-ONCOLOGIC PAIN IN ELDERLY
Wednesday
G. GAMBASSI *, S. AQUILA, M. TOSATO, G. GAMBASSI (Rome, Italy)
Prevention
PB8 469 ›
FACTORS RELATED TO INCOMPLETE FLEXIBLE SIGMOIDOSCOPY AMONG
ELDERLY TAIWANESE
S. CHOU*, M. CHOU, C. LIANG, L. CHEN, K. HSUEH, L. YEN, Y. LIN, M. TU (Pingtung County, Taiwan)
PB8 470 ›
PREDICTORS AND CORRELATES OF GERIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
H. THOMPSON*, J. VOSS, N. TEMKIN, S. DIKMEN (Seattle, United States)
PB8 471 ›
PRESSURE ULCER PREVALENCE AND INCIDENCE -MEASURING OUTCOMES
AND EDUCATION
PB8 472 ›
TRAVELING WAVES AND PERCOLATIONS IN INFLUENZA TRANSMISSION
AMONG UNITED STATES ELDERLY
M. HARLAND GREGOIRE*, M. VARGA, M. HARLAND GREGOIRE (Edmonton, Canada)
E. NAUMOVA*, D. CASTRONOVO, N. FEFFERMAN, S. COHEN, J. WENGER, Y. NAUMOV,
J. GORSKI (Boston, United States)
PB8 473 ›
TUBERCULIN SKIN TEST VERSUS BLOOD IMMUNOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS OF
LATENT MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCLOSIS INFECTION AMONG OLD SUBJECTS
A. JAMAÏ*, K. SCHEPERS, V. VERSCHEURE, J. HOUGARDY, S. DE BREUCKER, F. MASCART, T. PEPERSACK (Anderlecht, Belgium)
PB8 474 ›
WELL ELDERLY II TRIAL RESULTS: EFFECTIVENESS AND COSTEFFECTIVENESS OF LIFESTYLE REDESIGN® IN COMMUNITY SETTINGS
F. CLARK*, M. CARLSON, S. AZEN, J. JACKSON, J. HAY, B. KNIGHT, D. MANDLE, J. BLANCHARD, C. CHOU (Los Angeles, United States of America)
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Posters
Wednesday 8
PB8 475 ›
HUMAN BETA-HERPESVIRUSES IN CHRONIC PERIODONTITIS IN ELDERLY AND
NON-ELDERLY PATIENTS
PB8 476 ›
HEALTH LIFESTYLE AND ITS DETERMINANTS AMONG OLD PEOPLE IN HELSINKI
PB8 477 ›
SCREENING COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS BASED ON ELDERS PERFORMANCE IN
LEARNING DIGITAL INSTRUMENTS
R. THOMASINI*, M. ROMEIRO, P. DURANTE, S. BONON, S. COSTA (Campinas, Brazil)
P. POHJOLAINEN*, T. SULANDER (Helsinki, Finland)
A. JUNQUEIRA XAVIER*, E. D’ORSI, L. RAMOS, A. FAÉ, F. MARQUES, D. SIGULEM (SÃO PAULO, Brazil)
PB8 478 ›
LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT HEPARIN (LMWH): THE PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES
IN GERIATRIC
D. THOREZ*, S. DE MONTGOLFIER, L. D’ARAILH, F. MULLER, B. LE DASTUMER, L. TEILLET (Paris, France)
PB8 479 ›
INCIDENCE OF UNDIAGNOSED SKIN CANCERS IN A GERIATRIC HOSPITAL
S. MIELCZAREK*, J. FONTAINE, P. SENET, S. MEAUME (PARIS, France)
PB8 480 ›
PREVENTION PROGRAM « EQUILIBRE » ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIPS
BETWEEN FALLS AND DEPENDANCE
B. TAVERNIER-VIDAL*, M. FRANCE, M. ISABELLE, M. PATRICK (DIJON, France)
PB8 481 ›
THE NURSING PROTOCOL DEVELOPMENT FOR OLDER ADULTS WHO NEED
DAILY RHYTHM ADJUSTMENTS
PB8 482 ›
HEALTH CONDITIONS OF ELDERLY JAPANESE RESIDENTS IN THE CITY OF SãO PAULO, BRAZIL
K. IIDA*, I. SAKAI, K. NEMOTO, S. SUWA, E. HAGINO, K. ISHIGAKI (Chiba, Japan)
K. TAKO MARTINS*, H. WADA AKEMI WATANABE, M. LEBRAO, Y. OLIVEIRA DUARTE,
J. LICIO FERREIRA DOS SANTOS (Maringa, Brazil)
PB8 483 ›
PREDICTORS OF ALL CAUSE MORTALITY. – A 15-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY IN
THE GENERAL POPULATION
PB8 484 ›
OBSTIPATED ELDERLY: SYSTEMATIZATION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM
INTERVENTIONS IN LONG STAY INSTITUTIONS, RESIDENCIAL ALBERT
EINSTEIN. SAO PAULO-SP, BRAZIL
R. SANTOS*, B. TATIANA COSTA, G. FABIO MELLO FRANCO, S. LUCIANA ALVES, R. MIRIAM IKEDA, O. MARIA TERESA APARECIDA SILVA, S. DÉBORA CRISTINA
OLIVEIRA MELO, P. NIVIA RAIMUNDA, J. ALESSANDRO F (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 485 ›
Wednesday
S. WALTER*, H. TIEMEIER, J. MACKENBACH, A. HOFMAN (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
BENEFICIAL HEALTH EFFECTS OF DEEP BREATHING-BASED TAI CHI TRAINING
IN POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN
A. PALASUWAN*, A. PALASUWAN, D. SUKSOM, I. MARGARITIS, S. SOOGARUN, A. ROUSSEAU (Nice, France)
PB8 486 ›
TROPICAL TUBEROUS ROOT VEGETABLES: ARE THEY SOMETIMES HARMFUL?
B. LYONS* (Brooklyn, United States of America)
PB8 487 ›
THE SIX MINUTES WALK TEST AFTER HIP OR KNEE SURGERY AFTER 80 YEARS
OLD
PB8 488 ›
CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE HEALTH OF OLDER PEOPLE
H. RANDRIANJAFY*, J. TARDIEU, M. MUNOZ, T. DANTOINE (AUBUSSON, France)
J. GOODWIN* (Loughborough, United Kingdom)
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PB8 489 ›
Posters
COMPARISON BETWEEN SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF VISION
AND HEARING IMPAIRMENT
H. KIM*, H. KIM, K. NA, H. CHUN, J. SUNG, K. SON, B. CHO, J. CHANG, S. CHO
(Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PB8 490 ›
DESIGNING THE EVALUATION OF HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMMES
INTENDED FOR AGING AND « HEALTHY AGING » : LEARNING FROM ONE
REGIONALIZED COMPONENT OF A NATIONAL PROGRAMME IN FRANCE
P. DUPRAT*, J. AQUINO, A. KIEFFER, A. TAHRAT, O. DUPONT, G. BERRUT, O. MICHEL
(Paris, France)
PB8 491 ›
EVALUATION OF A PROJECT-TARGETED COMPONENT OF A NATIONAL HEALTHY
AGING PROGRAMME IN FRANCE: METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES, PRELIMINARY
FINDINGS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR STAKEHOLDERS
J. AQUINO*, A. KIEFFER, O. DUPONT, A. TAHRAT, G. BERRUT, O. MICHEL, P. DUPRAT
(Paris, France)
PB8 492 ›
OUTBREAK OF A VAN A STRAIN OF ENTEROCCOCUS FAECIUM IN A GERIATRIC
WARD: ABOUT 91 CASES
M. LAURAIN*, N. DIGUIO, M. DAVAL, C. PERRET-GUILLAUME, J. DEIBENER, A. BENETOS (VANDOEUVRE LES NANCY, France)
PB8 493 ›
ASSESSMENT OF PHYSICAL CONDITION IN ELDERLY AND RELATION WITH THE
LEVEL OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
A. VUILLEMIN*, T. FAUCHARD, J. FOURNIER, N. JUGE, F. FRIEMEL, F. LE CREN
(Vandoeuvre, France)
PB8 494 ›
RECRUITMENT STRATEGIES IN THE MULTIDOMAIN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
PREVENTION TRIAL (MAPT): LESSONS FROM THE ACCEPT STUDY
V. GARDETTE*, N. COLEY, C. ARANDJELOVIC, D. BRIOUDE-CONIASSE, T. FOURNIER,
V. IGIER, J. POULAIN, B. VELLAS, A. GRAND, S. ANDRIEU (Toulouse, France)
Wednesday
PB8 495 ›
SCREENING FOR MODIFIABLE RISKS FACTORS IN ELDERLY PEOPLE:
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF MAPT STUDY
F. LALA-MONTAURIOL*, G. ABELLAN-VAN KAN, S. GILLETTE-GUYONNET, I. CARRIE,
P. OUSSET, B. VELLAS (TOULOUSE, France)
PB8 496 ›
RETRIEVED DROPOUT VISITS: ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS IN PREVENTION
TRIALS FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
N. COLEY*, S. ANDRIEU, H. MATHIEX-FORTUNET, P. GARNIER, B. VELLAS
(Toulouse, France)
PB8 497 ›
SECONDARY PREVENTION OF FALLS AMONG OLDER PEOPLE IN PRIMARY
HEALTH CARE
S. TEERI*, H. LAMMINEN, H. HYTTINEN, M. SALMINEN, S. KIVELÄ (Pori, Finland)
Primary care
PB8 498 ›
A NEW PATH IN GERIATRIC HOSPITALISATION : THE POST-ACUTE GERIATRIC UNIT
V. REVEL DA ROCHA*, M. SARASIBAR, P. BIGOT, J. BOULE, F. DE LA FOURNIERE
(PAU, France)
PB8 499 ›
POLYMORBIDITY IN ELDERLY: CONTRIBUTION OF PREVIOUS SURGICAL
PROCEDURES
M. DUBRAVA*, P. LABAS, J. JANOSIOVA, S. KRCMERY, P. KAZIMIROVA, A. CVEJKUSOVA (Bratislava, Slovakia)
346
Posters
PB8 500 ›
Wednesday 8
THE IMPORTANCE OF THERAPEUTIC CLASSIFICATION ON DRUG COMPLIANCE
IN THE ELDERLY
A. BÓS*, A. OLIVEIRA, C. WERLANG, F. MORRONE, C. FERREIRA, G. DECARLI, N. TERRA (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
PB8 501 ›
ANEMIA IN THE ELDERLY
E. FICHTINGER*, E. FICHTINGER, S. HANS-JÜRGEN, W. GERHARD, T. ERWIN, W. SANDRA, D. DORIS, R. REGINA (Graz, Austria)
PB8 502 ›
ADMITTING ELDERLY PEOPLE TO A GERIATRIC SHORT STAY: DIRECT
ADMISSIONS VERSUS ADMISSIONS BY THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT (ED)
C. GIROUX*, F. HEQUET, E. PROYE, P. DUFOUR, G. GOMMEZ, D. DAMBRE, C. GOZE
(Valenciennes, France)
PB8 503 ›
THE UNDERREPRESENTATION OF INDIVIDUALS 80 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER
IN CHRONIC DISEASE GUIDELINES
L. COX*, M. KLOSECK, R. CRILLY, C. MCWILLIAM (Grand Valley, Canada)
PB8 504 ›
IMPROVING THE PRIMARY CARE PRESCRIPTION OF HYPNOTIC AND
ANXIOLYTIC DRUGS IN THE FRENCH ELDERLY
A. DESPLANQUES -LEPERRE*, A. DESPLANQUES-LEPERRE, N. RIOLACCI-DHOYEN,
S. BUSCAIL, M. ERBAULT , S. ROYANT-PAROLA, J. DOUCET , S. LEGRAIN (Saint denis la plaine, France)
PB8 505 ›
THE ‘OLDEST OLD’ AS RESEARCH PARTNERS: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF
PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH WITH PEOPLE AGED 80 AND OVER
C. DAUM*, V. HOLLIS (Edmonton, Canada)
PB8 506 ›
THE INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE LENGTH OF STAY AT THE EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF GRENOBLE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL ARE EFFICIENT FOR
ELDERLY PATIENTS
C. MILLET*, B. LUCHE, C. PAQUIER, P. COUTURIER, F. CARPENTIER (Grenoble,
France)
OSTEOPENIA AND OSTEOPOROSIS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
M. SAINTRAIN*, Z. VIEIRA BRUNO, J. VASCONCELOS FILHO, A. CARVALHO
ALBUQUERQUE, J. DE OLIVEIRA BRAGA, V. SUZANNE, D. MARIA DAGMAR, D. ROSÂNGELA AUGUSTA (Fortaleza, Brazil)
PB8 508 ›
PB8 509 ›
MEDICAL STUDENT EDUCATION IN GERIATRIC MEDICINE, A HANDS-ON
APPROACH
A. GARCIA*, J. GAMMACK, J. CULBERSON, L. MORRISON, M. CARREJO, G. SALMERON
(Houston, United States of America)
Wednesday
PB8 507 ›
RETOOLING FOR AN AGING AMERICA – THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON AGING
RESPONSE
M. BERNARD*, C. LIGGINS, K. REED (Bethesda, United States)
PB8 510 ›
EVALUATION OF THE OMISSION OF TREATMENT IN ELDERLY
A. JUNQUEIRA DOS SANTOS*, L. BARRADAS CALADO, T. FEROLA NUNES, R. REBOUÇAS LOBO, J. DE FREITAS FARIAS, J. PRESTO CAMPOS REZENDE, P. FERNANDES FORMIGHIERI, J. DE SÁ RORIZ FILHO, E. BORGES DE OLIVERIA, N. KILSA DA COSTA LIMA, J. CÉSAR MORIGUTI (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PB8 511 ›
SLEEP APNEA IN ELDERLY
A. HESHMAT* (Derwood, United States of America)
PB8 512 ›
MANAGEMENT OF ELDER OUTPATIENT ANTICOAGULATION BY A
MULTIDISCIPLINARY TELEPHONE-BASED SERVICE
M. SILVA AUGUSTO*, P. LEAO, L. PATRICIA AMARAL, R. KALAF (Santo Andre, Brazil)
347
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 513 ›
MANAGEMENT OF A MIXED OUTBREAK BY CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE AND
NORVOVIRUS IN A GERIATRIC WARD
PB8 514 ›
DISAGREEMENT OF SF6D WITH EQ-5D INDEX IN AGEING POPULATION IN
KOREA AND ASSOCIATED FACTOR WITH THE DIFFERENCE
E. KAROUBI NORDON*, K. EDOUARD, C. NADIA, K. NAGIBY, H. MARC (Villejuif, France)
K. SON*, S. PARK, S. CHO, H. CHUN, J. CHANG (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PB8 515 ›
WRITING, READING AND INTERNET USE IN RELATION TO MENTAL HEALTH IN
THE 65 OVER
J. JUANOLA-COSTA*, R. CANTERIA, O. MIGILYOVA, Y. RAMIREZ, J. JUANOLA-PLA,
J. DOMENECH, M. SASTRE, N. JUANOLA-PLA, T. JIMENEZ, S. CID, J. MONTERO
(Mataró , Spain)
PB8 516 ›
OLDER HOME CARE CLIENTS´ AND PROFESSIONALS´ PERCEPTIONS OF CARE
S. ELORANTA*, S. ELORANTA, A. WELCH, S. ARVE, H. ISOAHO, M. VIITANEN, P. ROUTASALO (Turku, Finland)
PB8 517 ›
MODIFIABLE CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AMONG THE OLDEST PATIENTS
OF PRIMARY CARE
B. GRYGLEWSKA*, B. WIZNER, J. SULICKA, M. FORNAL, T. GRODZICKI (Kraków,
Poland)
PB8 518 ›
MAXIMUM STEP LENGTH AS A POTENTIAL SCREENING TOOL FOR FALLS AND
DISABILITY IN NON-DISABLED OLDER ADULTS LIVING IN THE COMMUNITY
J. LIM*, K. SON, K. BOO, S. CHO, H. CHUN, S. PARK, B. CHO (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PB8 519 ›
PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS ON COMPLEMENTARY AND
ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE USE IN TAIWAN: A POPULATION BASED SURVEY
Wednesday
Y. HUANG*, J. WU, Y. YANG, C. CHANG, F. LU (Tainan city, Taiwan)
PB8 520 ›
THE CLINICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE OLD PATIENT WITH COMMUNITYACQUIRED PNEUMONIA
PB8 521 ›
IMPLICATIONS ON A CONTINENCE CARE CENTER FOR THE ELDERLY WITHIN A
CONTINENCE-CENTER
N. BLAJA-LISNIC*, A. NEGARA (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova)
K. BECHER*, P. GUNDACKER, S. BERNHARD, S. CORNEL (Nürnberg, Germany)
PB8 522 ›
ASSESSMENT OF DAYTIME SLEEPINESS IN THE ELDERLY
F. ONEN*, T. MOREAU, C. PETIT, B. FALISSARD, S. ONEN (Paris, France)
PB8 523 ›
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SELF-CARE AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF OLD
INDIVIDUALS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS
PB8 524 ›
STUDY OF CGA36 ON ELDERLY PATIENT IN JAPAN
H. TEL*, S. HIZMETLI , H. TEL , M. YıLDıRıM (Sivas, Turkey)
E. HIDETOSHI*, H. MIMIURA, S. SATAKE (Obu, Japan)
PB8 525 ›
ASSESSING THE SUITABILITY OF STAY IN GERIATRIC UNITS BY MEAN OF THE
APPROPRIATENESS EVALUATION PROTOCOL (A.E.P.)
P. FONTAINE*, P. FONTAINE, D. GILLAIN, J. PETERMANS, P. KOLH, P. GILLET (Liège,
Belgium)
PB8 526 ›
GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATIONS IN THE USE OF THREE ELECTIVE SURGICAL
PROCEDURES IN THE ELDERLY
J. JACQUES*, D. GILLAIN, J. PETERMANS, P. KOLH, P. GILLET (Liège, Belgium)
348
Posters
Wednesday 8
PB8 527 ›
POTENTIALLY DRUG-DRUG INTERACTIONS AMONG ELDERLY POPULATION
UNDER THE NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE IN TAIWAN
PB8 528 ›
MEASURE OF NURSING TIME INTERVENTIONS FOR HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY
PATIENTS
S. HWANG*, Y. CHEN, H. LAI, T. CHEN, M. LIN, L. CHEN (Taipei, Taiwan)
O. THONON*, O. THONON, D. GILLAIN, W. SERMEUS, K. VAN DEN HEEDE, P. VAN HERCK,
J. PETERMANS, P. KOLH, P. GILLET (Liège, Belgium)
PB8 529 ›
MULTIPLE CHRONIC CONDITIONS AND MEDICINES – CHALLENGES IN SELFMANAGEMENT SUPPORT IN HOME CARE
G. MÜLLER-MUNDT*, D. SCHAEFFER, G. GEUTER, J. HASLBECK (Bielefeld, Germany)
PB8 530 ›
ARE THE FALLS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE DUE TO BAD USE OF MEDICATION ?
PRESENTATION OF A CASE CONTROL STUDY IN A FRENCH RETIREMENT HOME
V. HUROT*, D. PLATS, C. CUBERTAFOND, S. CHAUSSONNAUD-BOYER, A. MARCHEIX
(SAINT JUNIEN, France)
PB8 531 ›
IDENTIFYING KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION TOOLS TO ASSIST FAMILY PHYSICIANS
WITH DEMENTIA ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS: A REVIEW FOR THE NATIONAL
INITIATIVE FOR THE CARE OF THE ELDERLY’S (NICE) DEMENTIA THEME TEAM
PB8 532 ›
ABDOMINAL PAIN IN ELDERLY PATIENTS ASSISTED AT A GERIATRIC
EMERGENCY SERVICE
S. SAPERGIA* (Calgary, Canada)
F. LIMA NOGUEIRA*, A. BARRETO VIEIRA, M. TONIDANDEL BARBOSA, J. BARBOSA
MACHADO (NELO HORIZONTE, Brazil)
PB8 533 ›
TRANSCUTANEOUS POSTERIOR TIBIAL NERVE ELECTROESTIMULATION TO
TREAT URINARY INCONTINENCE IN OLDER WOMEN
PB8 534 ›
INDEPENDENCE AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOURAL IN OLD PEOPLE
PB8 535 ›
REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE FOR A COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING
PROGRAMME IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
I. GOMES*, L. SCHREINER, M. KNORST, T. SANTOS (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
M. REIS*, C. PAÚL (Funchal, Portugal)
PB8 536 ›
EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT CONCERNING CLINICAL PHARMACY IN GERIATRIC WARD
N. BERG*, A. PASSANISI (Liege, Belgium)
PB8 537 ›
PRESENTATION OF A TYPOLOGY OF HEALTH IN THE ELDERLY: TITAN
(TIPOLOGIA TOTAL DEL ANCIANO)
PB8 538 ›
EFFECTS OF ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT ON QUALITY OF LIFE OF ELDERLY
PATIENTS
Wednesday
C. QUARINI *, P. GOSNEY (Reading, United Kingdom)
J. LOPEZ*, C. GRANADOS, R. SANCHEZ (BOGOTA, Colombia)
Y. GARCIA*, M. TIBO, T. CAMPOS, C. PAGANI, M. UEDA, V. SANTOS, M. AUGUSTO (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PB8 539 ›
PHARMACIST EXPERIENCE WITH MEDICATION REVIEWS IN ONTARIO, CANADA
L. DOLOVICH*, A. GAGNON, C. MCAINEY, L. SPARROW, S. BURNS (Hamilton, Canada)
PB8 540 ›
UNEXPLAINED UNINTENTIONAL WEIGHT LOSS OF OLDER PATIENTS
PB8 541 ›
OBSERVATION-BASED NOCTURNAL SLEEP INVENTORY (ONSI) FOR ELDERLY
S. CHEN*, L. CHEN, M. LIN, S. HWANG (Taipei, Taiwan)
S. ONEN*, C. DUBRAY, E. DECULLIER, T. MOREAU, F. CHAPUIS, F. ONEN
(Francheville, France)
349
Wednesday 8
Posters
PB8 542 ›
SHIFT FROM CONSULTATIVE TO COLLABORATIVE PRIMARY CARE OF GERIATRIC
PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC DISEASES
PB8 543 ›
ONE-LEG BALANCE TEST IN A GENERAL GERIATRIC POPULATION: RESULTS OF
TWO STUDIES IN FRANCE
E. NAH*, A. PURANI (Singapore, Singapore)
O. MICHEL*, J. THOMAS, L. BRESSANUTTI, H. GOARIN, C. HUMBERT, R. BATAILLON,
P. DUPRAT (Paris, France)
PB8 544 ›
IS THERE AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN IRON DEFICIENCY AND COLORECTAL
ADENOMA IN SYMPTOMATIC HOSPITALIZED OLDER PATIENTS?
J. MEEUWISSEN.*, H. VANDEWINCKELE, M. HIELE, E. JOOSTEN (Leuven, Belgium)
Track C - Behavioural and Psychological Sciences
Ageing and disasters
PC8 545 ›
LONG-TERM EFFECT OF A FLOOD ON PSYCHOSOCIAL HEALTH AND VALUES OF
ELDERLY: A QUESTION OF RESILIENCE
PC8 546 ›
HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS IN THE FOCAL POINT OF THERAPEUTIC
PC8 547 ›
ONGOING EXISTENTIAL THREATS ON OLD HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS: NEEDS
AND UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS DURING WAR
D. MALTAIS*, G. SIMON, L. LISE (Chicoutimi, Canada)
A. YOUNGER* (Hod Hasharon, Israel)
A. LOWENSTEIN*, D. PRILUTZKY, A. LOWENSTEIN, B. RAPAPORT, D. HALPERIN
(Haifa, Israel)
PC8 548 ›
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS OF NURSING HOMES: WHAT HAS BEEN DONE AND
IS IT ENOUGH?
PC8 549 ›
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND OLDER ADULTS LIVING IN RURAL COMMUNITIES
Wednesday
K. FITZGERALD* (Swansea, United Kingdom)
E. JURKOWSKI*, C. GREEN (Carbondale, Illinois, United States)
BPSD – Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of
Dementia
PC8 550 ›
A PATIENT-CENTRED COMMUNICATION TRAINING INTERVENTION: A PILOT STUDY
K. MCGILTON*, S. SIDANI, E. ROCHON, M. FOX, R. SORIN-PETERS (Toronto, Canada)
PC8 551 ›
WHY IS IT MORE INTERESTING TO ASK TO AN ALZHEIMER’S PATIENT TO READ
THAN TO WRITE?
L. LEFEBVRE* (Mons, Belgium)
PC8 552 ›
EMOTIONAL THERAPY FOR PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA
H. SASAKI*, H. AKIKO, H. REIKO, F. YUMIKO, F. MASAHIKO (Japan)
PC8 553 ›
AZELASTINE HYDROCHLORIDE ON BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL
SYMPTOMS IN DEMENTIA PATIENTS
F. MASAHIKO *, A. HATAKEYAMA, A. SATOH, H. SASAKI (japan)
PC8 554 ›
OLDER AUSTRALIANS WITH LIFE LONG INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY:
EXPERIENCE AND EXPECTATIONS OF « ACTIVE AGEING »
L. BUYS * (Brisbane, Australia)
350
Posters
Wednesday 8
PC8 555 ›
COMMUNICATION WITH NURSING HOME RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA: A
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
PC8 556 ›
MECHANISMS OF PSYCHOMOTOR SLOWING IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE AND LEWY
BODY DEMENTIA
E. VASSE* (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
M. ROUSSEL*, O. BAILON, A. RAHNEMA, A. ROUTIER, O. GODEFROY (AMIENS, France)
PC8 557 ›
PRAYER AS AN INTERVENTION FOR AGITATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN LATESTAGE DEMENTIA
L. SMITH* (Corrales, United States)
PC8 558 ›
EVALUATION OF A TELEPHONE HELP-LINE FOR CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR
ASSOCIATED WITH DEMENTIA
PC8 559 ›
EVALUATING THE PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES AND THE CLINICAL
FEASIBILITY OF A CHINESE VERSION OF THE DOLOPLUS-2 SCALE AMONG
COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED OLDER PEOPLE WITH COMMUNICATION DIFFICULTY
M. BIRD*, T. CALDWELL (Queanbeyan, Australia)
C. YIHENG*, L. LIN, R. WATSON (Taipei city, Taiwan)
PC8 560 ›
INTERACTIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE IMPACT OF NURSING STAFF’S
BEHAVIOUR ON RESISTIVENESS TO CARE IN DEMENTIA
PC8 561 ›
THE PSYCHOSOCIAL IMPACT OF MULTIMEDIA DIGITAL BIOGRAPHIES ON
PERSONS WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
G. BELZIL*, J. VÉZINA (Québec, Canada)
E. MARZIALI*, R. BAECKER, T. DAMIANAKIS, K. SMITH, M. NISHIHATA (Toronto, Canada)
PC8 562 ›
CHANGING THE TRANSACTIONAL PROCESS BETWEEN THE ELDERLY WITH
DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILIES: SPECIFIC SKILLS AND MEASUREMENT METHODS
PC8 563 ›
LET’S DANCE DANZóN! THE EFFECT OF DANCING ON PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
LIVING IN CARE HOMES: A PILOT STUDY
Y. OHSHITA*, T. OGAWA, K. KAMO (Mihara-city, Japan)
Economic aspects
PC8 564 ›
COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF A FUNCTIONAL PROGRAM TO INCREASE QUALITY
OF LIFE IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS
Wednesday
A. GUZMAN*, I. JAMES, J. HUGHES, L. ROCHESTER (Newcastle upon Tyne, Uk)
E. JUTKOWITZ*, L. GITLIN, L. PIZZI, T. BUNZ, M. DENNIS (Philadelphia, usa)
Education and multidisciplinary training / Primary care
PC8 565 ›
REFLECTIONS FROM A COMMUNITY-BASED DENTAL EDUCATION IN LONGTERM CARE FACILITIES: STUDENTS’ VALUES
M. BRONDANI* (Vancouver, Canada)
PC8 566 ›
ILLICIT DRUGS PATTERN UTILIZATION IN A PUERTO RICAN BABY BOOMERS
SAMPLE
N. LABAULT-CABEZA*, R. DÁVILA, V. REYES (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
PC8 567 ›
IMPACT OF AN INTEGRATED HEALTH EDUCATION, PATIENT- CONSULTATION,
AND EXERCISE PROGRAM ON FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE AMONG WOMEN
WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
S. AREE-UE *, S. VANAVANANT (Bangkok, Thailand)
351
Wednesday 8
Posters
PC8 568 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF THE SOCIAL COMPETENCE IN DEMENTIA CARE ON THE
OCCUPATIONAL STRESS OF NURSING HOME STAFF
PC8 569 ›
PROMOTING HEALTH THROUGH AN INTERGENERATIONAL CAMP: PUERTO
RICO GERIATRIC EDUCATION CENTER EXPERIENCE (PRGEC)
J. HABERSTROH*, K. NEUMEYER, B. SCHMITZ, J. PANTEL (Frankfurt, Germany)
M. BIDOT-SAN ANTONIO, MPHE*, P. VALLES-RAMOS, D. ROSADO-MATOS (San Juan,
Puerto Rico)
PC8 570 ›
ANALYSIS OF COMPUTER GAME GENRE AND OLDER ADULTS (50+)
H. MARSTON*, C. FENCOTT, P. VAN-SCHAIK (United Kingdom)
PC8 571 ›
INTELLECTUAL AND SOCIAL POTENTIAL UPDATE DURING OLD AGE
L. JORDÃO* (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PC8 572 ›
SELF-MANAGEMENT SUPPORT PRACTITIONER TRAINING IN PRIMARY CARE:
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA APPROACH
PC8 573 ›
IMPROVING THE COOPERATION BETWEEN GENERAL PRACTITIONERS AND
COMMUNITY NURSES IN DEMENTIA CARE
P. MCGOWAN* (Delta, Canada)
H. VAN DEN BUSSCHE*, A. ERNST, A. JAHNCKE-LATTECK, U. SCHRAMM (Hamburg, Germany)
PC8 574 ›
AGEISM EVALUATION DURING THE CAREGIVERS TRAINING PROGRAM AT THE
BUENOS AIRES NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
PC8 575 ›
EVIDENCE-BASED HEALTH PROMOTION FOR OLDER ADULTS: NCOA’S ONLINE
TRAINING MODULES
D. MINGORANCE* (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
M. ALTPETER*, E. ROSENBERG (Chapel Hill, United States)
PC8 576 ›
SOCIAL WORK AND OLDER ADULTS: IMPACT OF THE HARTFORD PARTNERSHIP
PROGRAM FOR AGING EDUCATION ON MSW STUDENTS
Wednesday
R. WEILER*, D. PARDASANI (Indianapolis, United States)
PC8 577 ›
LONG-TERM CARE DECISIONS FOR OLDER PEOPLE: A RESEARCH-BASED
THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF STAKEHOLDERS’ VALUES AND PRIORITIES
PC8 578 ›
IS EXERCISE EFFECTIVE IN PROMOTING MENTAL WELL-BEING IN OLDER AGE?
A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
L. DENSON*, H. WINEFIELD (Adelaide, Australia)
G. WINDLE*, D. HUGHES, P. LINCK, R. IAN, W. ROBERT T (Bangor, Gwynedd, Uk)
PC8 579 ›
A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR MOBILITY IN OLDER ADULTS
S. WEBBER*, V. MENEC, M. PORTER (Winnipeg, Canada)
PC8 580 ›
SELF-MANAGEMENT HEALTH BEHAVIORS AND RELATED FACTORS AMONG
DISABLED ELDERLY
PC8 581 ›
THE SENSE TO RECREATE THRU THE AGEING PROCESS AND THRU ESTHETIC
EXPERIENCE
Y. TING*, H. HSU, Y. HSIEH, H. TUNG (Taichung, Taiwan)
C. DE GRADO* (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
PC8 582 ›
ARE EPISODIC INTERVIEWS ADEQUATE FOR INTERVIEWING NURSING HOME
RESIDENTS?
PC8 583 ›
THE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS POINT OF VIEW ABOUT HUMAN AGING AND THE
INTERFERENCES IN COMMUNICATING WITH THE ELDERLY
W. HERRMANN*, U. FLICK (Berlin, Germany)
352
T. PROCHET*, M. SILVA (ASSIS-SAO PAULO, Brazil)
Posters
PC8 584 ›
Wednesday 8
AUTONOMY AND INDEPENDENCE OF THE ELDERLY IN HOSPITALS:
STRATEGIES IDENTIFIED BY THE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
T. PROCHET*, M. SILVA (ASSIS-SAO PAULO, Brazil)
Ethics
PC8 585 ›
AUTONOMY AND RISK IN OLDER PEOPLE
S. MCDERMOTT* (Sydney, Australia)
PC8 586 ›
THE PATIENT’S PRIVACY IN THE CARE OF ELDERLY PEOPLE AND ITS
CORRELATION WITH SATISFACTION IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
PC8 587 ›
A FIVE YEARS’EXPERIENCE OF A FRENCH ALZHEIMER’S ETHICO-CLINIC WORKSHOP
N. DEHGHAN NAIERI*, M. AGHAJANI (Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
C. MONTANI*, M. MOLINES, O. MOREAUD, A. MEMIN, A. FRANCO (Grenoble, France)
Personality & aging
PC8 588 ›
LISTENING TO MUSIC AS A COPING RESOURCE IN MIDDLE AND OLDER AGE
PC8 589 ›
LONELINESS AND LIVED EXPERIENCES OF ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS LIVING
INDEPENDENTLY: HERMENEUTIC PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH
B. LEIPOLD*, T. LOEPTHIEN (Hildesheim, Germany)
P. ABAS* (Rochester, United States)
PC8 590 ›
HOW LIFE REGRETS CAN INFLUENCE ADAPTIVE OUTCOMES IN RETIREMENT: A
LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF ACTIVITY ENGAGEMENT
J. FARQUHAR*, C. WROSCH, D. PUSHKAR, K. LI (Montreal, Canada)
PC8 591 ›
CLINICAL, SOCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ASSOCIATED TO THE PAIN
LOCUS OF CONTROL OF COMMUNITY-DWELING ELDERLY
PC8 592 ›
THE CONCEPT OF MOBILITY REVISITED
L. PEREIRA, SM*, R. FERREIRA SAMPAIO, R. CORREA DIAS (Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
PC8 593 ›
ELDER’S PERCEPTION OF CRISIS AND DIFFICULT TIMES AND THEIR
RESPONSE TO THESE
A. ALMENAS*, J. ORTIZ, J. NIEVES (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
PC8 594 ›
Wednesday
R. BRUNNETT*, M. HASSELER, R. BRUNNETT, S. STRUPEIT, C. DENEKE (Ballarat,
Australia)
THE PERSONALITY DOMAINS AND STYLES OF THE FIVE-FACTOR MODEL
PREDICT INCIDENT DEPRESSION IN MEDICARE RECIPIENTS AGED 65 TO 100
A. WEISS*, A. SUTIN, P. DUBERSTEIN, B. FRIEDMAN, M. BAGBY, P. COSTA
(Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Psycho-geriatrics / Depression / Delirium
PC8 595 ›
CLINICAL AND PSYCHO-SOCIAL OUTCOMES FOR A LARGE POPULATION OF
ELDERLY COCHLEAR IMPLANT RECIPIENTS
M. BRAY*, H. SANLI, R. STAWSKI, C. AMOS, C. RAMSAY, J. KENYON (Sydney, Australia)
PC8 596 ›
EFFICACY OF A NEED-ORIENTED INTERVENTION TO REDUCE VERBAL
AGITATION IN PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA
P. LANDREVILLE*, A. BÉDARD, P. VOYER, R. VERREAULT, J. VÉZINA (Québec, Canada)
353
Wednesday 8
Posters
PC8 597 ›
THE IMPACT OF A SEMI-STRUCTURED REMINISCENCE PROGRAMME ON EGO
INTEGRITY AND ON DEPRESSIVE DISORDER IN ELDERLY PORTUGUESE
PC8 598 ›
EFFECTS OF GROUP LOGOTHERAPY PROCEDURE ON DECREASING OF
DEPRESSION AND INCREASING OF MEANING IN LIFE ON FEMALE OLDER ADULTS
B. BUENO*, R. AFONSO, B. BUENO (Covilhã, Portugal)
T. POUREBRAHIM*, R. RASOULI (Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PC8 599 ›
DETECTION OF EARLY COGNITIVE DISORDERS IN OLD PEOPLE WITH
PARKINSON’S DISEASE WITH THE FAB SCALE
P. KOSKAS*, O. DRUNAT, Y. WOLMARK (Paris, France)
PC8 600 ›
A ‘CBT’ GROUP FOR FRAIL VERY OLD RESIDENTIAL CARE RESIDENTS
PC8 601 ›
WHO KNEW GRANDPA SNORTED COKE?
PC8 602 ›
INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FOR HEALTHCARE
STUDENTS ABOUT PERSON-CENTRED DEMENTIA CARE
K. ANDERSON*, M. BIRD, A. BLAIR (Queanbeyan, Australia)
P. ABADIR*, M. GRANT, T. FINUCANE (Baltimore, United States)
J. PATERSON*, A. DE BELLIS, P. GUERIN, S. BRADLEY, A. WOTHERSPOON, B. WALTER, M. CECCHIN (Adelaide, Australia)
PC8 603 ›
DEPRESSION LITERACY AMONG MIDDLE-AGED AND ELDERLY CHINESECANADIANS
PC8 604 ›
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EDUCATION OLDER ADULTS MEMORY COMPLAINTS
PC8 605 ›
PREDICTION OF SYMPTOMATIC DEPRESSION BY DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS IN
THE JAPANESE COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY
Y. TIEU*, C. KONNERT (Canada)
D. VIANNA-PAULO*, M. YASSUDA (São Paulo, Brazil)
O. KAZUSHI*, Y. HARASAWA (Nagoya, Japan)
Wednesday
PC8 606 ›
CAREGIVERS
Y. BACHNER*, E. DAVIDOV, S. CARMEL (Beer-Sheva, Israel)
PC8 607 ›
PATTERNS OF COGNITIVE CHANGES IN HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY PATIENTS
DURING AND SIX MONTHS POST HOSPITALIZATION
PC8 608 ›
APPROPRIATENESS OF PSYCHOTROPIC DRUG PRESCRIBING IN GERIATRIC
PSYCHIATRY INPATIENTS
C. CHEN*, G. HUANG (Taipei, Taiwan)
F. WESTPHAL*, C. NONNENMACHER (Strasbourg-Brumath, France)
PC8 609 ›
EMOTIONAL RESPONSES TO AWARENESS OF DEFICITS IN DEMENTIA
M. DOURADO* (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PC8 610 ›
COULD THE REALIZATION OF MEANINGFUL PERSONAL GOALS PREVENT
SUICIDAL IDEATIONS?
PC8 611 ›
EVIDENCE UPDATE OF THE PSYCHOSOCIAL IMPACT OF VISION LOSS IN OLDER PEOPLE
PC8 612 ›
THE EXPERIENCES OF ELEMENTARY STUDENTS OF THE ELDERLY HOSPICE
S. LAPIERRE*, M. DUBÉ, M. ALAIN, L. BOUFFARD (Trois-Rivieres, Canada)
S. NYMAN*, M. GOSNEY, C. VICTOR (Reading, United Kingdom)
A. MOHSEN*, E. AMINOLROAYAEI-YAMINI (Kashan, Islamic Republic of Iran)
PC8 613 ›
ALCOHOL USE AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN FINLAND – PREVALENCE AND
ASSOCIATED CHARACTERISTICS
S. SEPPÄNEN*, J. VALVANNE, K. PITKÄLÄ (Espoo, Finland)
354
Posters
Wednesday 8
PC8 614 ›
THE INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE ON DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND
FUNCTIONAL FITNESS IN ELDERLY RESIDENTS OF SOUTH BRAZIL
PC8 615 ›
A TRIAL FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF DEPRESSIVE STATUS WITH THE
IMPROVEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN THE ELDERLY
T. BENEDETTI*, L. BORGES, G. MAZO (Florianópolis, Brazil)
J. YU*, F. YU, H. HAGA , Y. SUZUKI (Tokyo, Japan)
PC8 616 ›
SOCIAL SUPPORT AND COPING STRATEGIES TO DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS FOR
THE DISABLED ELDERLY
P. HSU*, H. HSU, H. TUNG, Y. HSIEH (Taichung, Taiwan)
PC8 617 ›
SPIRITUAL BELIEF, SOCIAL SUPPORT, PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING AND
DEPRESSION AMONG OLDER PEOPLE IN BULGARIA AND ROMANIA
PC8 618 ›
LONG TERM OUTCOMES OF OLDER ADULTS IN DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT
P. COLEMAN*, I. PETROV (Southampton, United Kingdom)
D. SATRE*, J. MERTENS, C. WEISNER (San Francisco, United States)
Psychological aspects of aging
PC8 619 ›
WELL BEING, SOCIAL EXCLUSION, RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISCRIMINATION IN
ELDERLY PEOPLE IN CANADA
D. LAI* (Calgary, Canada)
PC8 620 ›
SEX AND INTIMACY ABOVE 50 YEARS OLD
E. MESSELIS*, I. VAN DE VELDE (Brussels, Belgium)
PC8 621 ›
OUTCOMES IN PSYCHOSOCIAL WELLBEING OF ISRAELI CAREGIVERS OF
STROKE SURVIVORS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
Z. NIR*, C. GREENBERGER, Y. BACHNER (Beer- Sheva, Israel)
CAREGIVING TO ADVANCED CHRONIC ILLNESS (CHF/COPD) PATIENTS
PC8 623 ›
THE ART GALLERY ACCESS PROGRAMME FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
A. WILKINSON*, S. BERRY (Joondalup, Australia)
S. MACPHERSON*, M. BIRD, A. KATRINA, D. TERRI, B. ANNALIESE (Queanbeyan,
Australia)
PC8 624 ›
A MARRIAGE OF METHODOLOGY: WAYS OF EXAMINING SEXUAL DESIRE IN
OLDER AGE
Wednesday
PC8 622 ›
S. GLEDHILL*, J. ABBEY, R. SCHWEITZER (Brisbane, Australia)
PC8 625 ›
SOCIAL NETWORK TYPES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH AMONG AGEING
NEW ZEALANDERS
PC8 626 ›
DIABETES, DEPRESSION, AND COGNITIVE DECLINE IN OLDER ADULTS
PC8 627 ›
MATERIAL DOMAIN AND LIFE SATISFACTION: THE ELDERLY LIVING ALONE
F. ALPASS*, C. STEPHENS, J. NOONE, A. TOWERS (Palmerston North, New Zealand)
E. HELMES*, T. OSTBYE, R. STEENHUIS (Townsville, Australia)
G. PEREIRA*, L. SOUSA (Aveiro, Portugal)
PC8 628 ›
IMPORTANCE OF CONCEIVING LIFESTYLE AND AGENCY IN THE LIFE COURSE
L. HATCH*, J. HENDRICKS (Athens, United States of America)
PC8 629 ›
EFFECTS OF ANIMAL ASSISTANT LEISURE ACTIVITY TO REST HOME ELDERS’
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL HEALTH
L. PAN*, H. CHANG, Y. YE (Taoyuan County, Taiwan)
355
Wednesday 8
PC8 630 ›
Posters
COGNITIVE PREDICTORS OF UNSAFE DRIVING IN OLDER DRIVERS: A META-ANALYSIS
J. MATHIAS*, M. JANE, E. LARISSA (Adelaide, Australia)
PC8 631 ›
GRANDPARENT INFLUENCE AND INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS IN
CHILDHOOD, ADOLESCENCE, AND EMERGING ADULTHOOD
PC8 632 ›
IMPACT OF CHRONIC DISEASE AND LIFE EVENTS TO SUCCESSFUL AGING
R. WISE*, A. METINDOGAN WISE (Istanbul, Turkey)
H. HSU* (Taichung, Taiwan)
PC8 633 ›
COMPENSATION AND OPTIMISATION IN FUNCTIONAL COMPETENCE IN A
SAMPLE OF LONG LIVED PERSONS
J. DUVVURU* (Tirupati, India)
PC8 634 ›
APPLYING A LIFE COURSE PERSPECTIVE TO MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION FOR
AGING COMBAT VETERANS
PC8 635 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE OF OLDER PEOPLE: CONTRIBUTIONS OF MUSIC
PC8 636 ›
CONTENTMENT AMONG THE ELDERLY IN COMMUNITIES: THE HAPPINESS; THI-15
M. GIBSON* (London, Canada)
C. SOLÉ*, M. MERCADAL, S. GALLEGO, M. RIERA (Barcelona, Spain)
S. CHOMMANARD*, C. SUMNGERN, Z. AZEREDO, R. SUBGRANON, N. SUNGVORAWONGPHANA (Porto, Portugal)
PC8 637 ›
MARITAL SATISFACTION OF JAPANESE ELDER COUPLES- CAN THEY STAY
MARRIED HAPPILY EVER AFTER?
T. KUSAKA* (Tokyo, Japan)
PC8 638 ›
IMPROVEMENT OF SELF-MANAGEMENT IN FRIENDSHIP: EFFECTS OF A
FRIENDSHIP ENRICHMENT PROGRAM FOR OLDER WOMEN
N. STEVENS*, C. MARTINA, G. WESTERHOF (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
Wednesday
PC8 639 ›
THE EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND
EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN THE ELDERLY
C. ALBINET*, G. BOUCARD, M. AUDIFFREN (Poitiers, France)
PC8 640 ›
SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AND DEPRESSION LEVELS OF WORKING VERSUS
RETIRED OLDER ADULTS BETWEEN THE AGES 65-75
PC8 641 ›
WHEN INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES MATTER: INTERDEPENDENCE MODERATES
AGE DIFFERENCES IN SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND COGNITIVE PROCESSING
H. SOYA*, M. BETH KENKEL, C. LANG (United States of America)
H. FUNG* (Hong Kong, china)
PC8 642 ›
PSYCHOSOCIAL AND ANTHROPOMETRIC PREDICTORS OF THE MINI
NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT
J. DAVIDSON*, M. GETZ (Peoria, United States)
PC8 643 ›
ONE BODY, THREE HANDS AND TWO MINDS: THE INTERTWINED EVERYDAY
ACTIVITIES OF AN OLDER COUPLE AFTER STROKE
F. VAN NES*, U. RUNGE, H. JONSSON (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
PC8 644 ›
THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME: VIEWS OF AGING IN CHILDRENS LITERATURE
M. DONOHUE-SMITH* (Elmira, United States)
PC8 645 ›
SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND DEPRESSION AMONG PEOPLE 65 YEARS AND
OVER LIVING IN RURAL AND URBAN AREAS OF QUEBEC
D. MECHAKRA-TAHIRI*, M. ZUNZUNEGUI, M. PRÉVILLE, M. DUBÉ (Outremont,
Canada)
356
Posters
PC8 646 ›
Wednesday 8
THE EFFECT OF LIFE REVIEW GROUP PROGRAMS IN THE ELDERLY IN TAIWAN
K. CHOU* (Taipei, Taiwan)
PC8 647 ›
SUCCESSFUL AGEING: LIFE SATISFACTION AND EXERCISE IN OLDER ADULTS
(50-80 Y.O)
PC8 648 ›
ARE BENEFITS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS THE SAME
FOR YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS?
I. GUSE-BRENNFLECK*, C. LOVELL (Kallista , Australia)
P. MAILLOT*, A. PERROT, C. GAGNON, J. BERTSCH (Orsay, France)
PC8 649 ›
A PSYCHOANALYTIC INTERVENTION FOR ADULTS OVER 65 YEARS WHO ARE
DEMENTIA CAREGIVERS
PC8 650 ›
INTEREST OF VISUAL RECOGNITION MEMORY TASK TO DIFFERENTIATE
CORTICAL AND SUBCORTICAL PATTERNS OF DEMENTIA
G. DONOHUE* (Dublin, Ireland)
K. MONDON*, K. MONDON, B. AMAND, E. BEAUFILS, F. CHALANSON, D. BEAUCHAMP,
A. GOCHARD, B. DE TOFFOL, C. BELZUNG, T. CONSTANS, C. HOMMET (Tours, France)
PC8 651 ›
AWARENESS OF ONE’S FUTURE LIMITATION AND WELL BEING TESTING
CARSTENSEN’S MODEL IN 23 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
G. COUDIN*, L. LIMA (BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT, France)
PC8 652 ›
NEIGHBORHOOD ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF OLDER ADULTS:
DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUDIT TOOL AND USE OF PHOTOVOICE
H. CHAUDHURY*, A. SARTE, A. MAHMOOD, Y. MICHAEL (Vancouver, Canada)
PC8 653 ›
MAIN FACTORS EVOLUTION OF THE MINI-MENTAL STATE EXAMINATION
(MMSE) IN THE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
V. DUARTE CAMARA*, J. ALMEIDA MACHADO CORREA LIMA, Y. MOREIRA BOECHAT,
L. SILVA (NITEROI, Brazil)
THE MEDIATING ROLE OF COPING STRATEGIES ON GERIATRIC MENTAL
HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE
PC8 655 ›
THE MEANING OF FEAR OF FALLING AMONG COLOMBIAN ANDES-MOUNTAINS
ELDERLY PEOPLE
R. GAUTAM* (Kanpur, India)
C. CURCIO*, C. HELENE, B. MARIE (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PC8 656 ›
THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN OLDER ADULTS’ TERROR
MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
PC8 657 ›
MORTALITY SALIENCE EFFECTS ON CONCERNS ABOUT COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT AND PERFORMANCE
Wednesday
PC8 654 ›
T. PYSZCZYNSKI*, M. MAXFIELD, J. GREENBERG, S. SOLOMON, H. DAVIS (Colorado Springs, USA)
M. MAXFIELD*, T. PYSZCZYNSKI, J. GREENBERG (Colorado Springs, Usa)
PC8 658 ›
MEANING OF SEXUALITY AND SEXUAL WELL-BEING IN INDIVIDUALS AGED
BETWEEN 65 AND 78 AND LIVING IN COUPLE IN QUEBEC, CANADA
A. BOUCHER*, G. LECLERC, A. BRASSARD (Longueuil, Canada)
PC8 659 ›
THE LONGITUDINAL ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN FUNCTIONAL DISABILITIES, GOAL
ADJUSTMENT CAPACITIES AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN OLDER ADULTS
PC8 660 ›
ITEM STORAGE VS ORDER PROCESSING IN OLDER ADULTS’ PERFORMANCE ON
SERIAL RECALL TASKS
E. DUNNE*, C. WROSCH (Montreal, Canada)
R. BAKER*, G. TEHAN (Brisbane, Australia)
357
Wednesday 8
Posters
PC8 661 ›
DYSFUNCTIONAL ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF DEPRESSIVE
SYMPTOMS, LEISURE ACTIVITY, AND 4-YR CHANGES IN PHYSICAL HEALTH
SYMPTOMS AMONG ELDERLY MEN
PC8 662 ›
ART OF LIVING IN OLDER ADULTS: A CONCEPT EXPLORATION AND
CONSTRUCTION OF A MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT
R. RUEGGEBERG*, C. WROSCH, F. AMARI (Montreal, Canada)
C. SMITS*, J. POLS, G. WESTERHOF, A. BERGSMA (Zwolle, The Netherlands)
PC8 663 ›
QUALITY OF CARING RELATIONSHIPS IN SOMATIC NURSING HOMES: THE
RELATION OF NEED-FULFILLMENT WITH WELL-BEING OF RESIDENTS
PC8 664 ›
IMPACT OF LIFELONG EDUCATION ON QUALITY OF LIFE AT LATE ADULTHOOD:
A BASELINE REPORT OF THE 3-YEAR LONGITUDINAL STUDY
A. CUSTERS*, g. WESTERHOF, y. KUIN (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
B. LIU* (Hong Kong, china)
PC8 665 ›
IMPROVING OUTCOMES OF DRIVING CESSATION FOR OLDER PEOPLE: EARLY
RESULTS FROM A RCT OF THE UQDRIVE GROUPS
L. GUSTAFSSON*, J. LIDDLE, N. PACHANA, G. MITCHELL , M. HAYNES (Brisbane,
Australia)
PC8 666 ›
AGE EFFECT ON MEMORY SELF-CONFIDENCE
PC8 667 ›
LIFE SATISFACTION OF OLDER PERSONS: DOES DAILY ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION
MATTER?
A. SHIMANOUCHI*, S. SATO (Tokyo, Japan)
S. NG *, T. HAMID (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
PC8 668 ›
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL, COGNITIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF
HORTICULTURAL THERAPY ON ELDERLY PEOPLE LIVING IN A NURSING HOME
IN JAPAN
PC8 669 ›
ANGER AND RELIGION/SPIRITUALITY: THE RELEVANCE OF TWO
UNDEREXPLORED ELEMENTS IN CAREGIVERS’ STRESS PROCESS
Wednesday
S. SUGIHARA*, M. ASANO, H. AOYAMA (Awajishi, Japan)
J. LOPEZ*, M. MÁRQUEZ-GONZÁLEZ , R. ROMERO-MORENO, N. ANAYA, A. LOSADA
(Boadilla del Monte , Spain)
PC8 670 ›
PARTICIPATING IN THIRD AGE UNIVERSITIES: MOTIVATIONS AND GAINS
F. VILLAR*, S. PINAZO, C. TRIADÓ, C. SOLÉ, M. CELDRÁN, J. MONTORO (Barcelona,
Spain)
PC8 671 ›
RESIDENTIAL TRANSITIONS AMONG OLDER COUPLES IN THE AUSTRALIAN
LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF AGEING
P. EDWARDS*, R. WALKER, M. LUSZCZ (Adelaide, Australia)
PC8 672 ›
SUCCESSFUL AGING: RESOURCES AND PATTERNS OF COPING WITH LOSSES
AT THE FOURTH AGE
H. TOVEL*, P. CARMEL (Beer-Sheva, Israel)
PC8 673 ›
EMOTIONS IN ELDERLY INSTITUZIONALIZED PEOPLE
G. CESA-BIANCHI*, C. CRISTINI (Milan, Italy)
PC8 674 ›
THE LAST CREATIVITY
PC8 675 ›
A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF SPORT, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ELDERLY
SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING
C. CRISTINI*, G. CESA-BIANCHI (Brescia, Italy)
O. TUNGTHONGCHAI*, E. ROSENBERG, M. ALTPETER (Porto, Portugal)
358
Posters
PC8 676 ›
Wednesday 8
FAMILY INTEGRITY IN LATER LIFE: THE IMPACT OF INSTITUTIONALIZATION
D. FIGUEIREDO*, F. MARQUES, H. VICENTE, L. SOUSA, M. PATRÃO, S. GUERRA, A. BARBOSA (Aveiro, Portugal)
PC8 677 ›
CONTINUITY AND DISCONTINUITY OF INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG
ELDERS: THE CASE OF SECOND COUPLEHOOD IN OLD AGE
C. KOREN* (Hod Hasharon, Israel)
PC8 678 ›
SEXUALITY, DYADIC ADJUSTMENT AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN
ELDERLY COUPLES
G. TRUDEL*, L. VILLENEUVE, M. PRÉVILLE, R. BOYER, V. FRECHETTE (Montréal,
Canada)
Track D - Social Research, Policy and Practice
Age discrimination
PD8 679 ›
SOCIAL IMAGES AND FEAR OF OLD AGE IN CHILEAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
D. THUMALA DOCKENDORFF*, M. ARNOLD CATHALIFAUD, A. URQUIZA (Santiago de Chile, Chile)
PD8 680 ›
SITUATED AGE – SITUATIONS THAT MAKE ELDERLY PEOPLE FEEL ESPECIALLY
OLD AND/OR YOUNG
PD8 681 ›
THE EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC EDUCATION AND DIRECT EXPERIENCE ON IMPLICIT
AND EXPLICIT MEASURES OF AGEISM
M. SJÖLUND* (Umeå, Sweden)
P. NASH*, I. STUART-HAMILTON, P. MAYER (Swansea, United Kingdom)
PD8 682 ›
THE IMPACT OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGE DISCRIMINATION ACT 2004 ON HEALTH
CARE FOR OLDER PEOPLE
PD8 683 ›
PERCEPTIONS OF BIRTHDAY CARD MESSAGES: NEGOTIATED, CONTRADICTORY
AND COUNTER-HEGEMONIC MEANING
N. MONAGHAN*, I. CAMERON, N. FAIRHALL, C. AGGAR, S. KURRLE (RYDE, Australia)
PD8 684 ›
SOCIAL STRATIFICATION, AGE DISCRIMINATION AND HEALTH
T. MAXIMOVA* (Moscow, Russian Federation)
PD8 685 ›
A NATIONAL CANADIAN COMPARISON OF SPOUSAL ABUSE IN MID AND OLD
AGE: IS ELDER ABUSE SIMPLY A CASE OF SPOUSAL ABUSE GROWN OLD?
PD8 686 ›
SELF-ASSESSMENT OF NEGLECT OF PSYCHOSOCIAL AND MATERIAL NEEDS
AND HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN OLDER PEOPLE. A CRACOW STUDY
Wednesday
F. SNELLMAN* (Umeå, Sweden)
Y. YON*, A. WISTER, G. GUTMAN, B. MITCHELL (Langley, Canada)
P. BRZYSKI*, B. TOBIASZ-ADAMCZYK, M. BRZYSKA, M. KOPACZ (Krakow, Poland)
Demography
PD8 687 ›
AGEING IN SPARSELY POPULATED AREAS OF THE BARENTS EURO-ARCTIC
REGION: SOCIAL-DEMOGRAPHIC CONTEXT
E. GOLUBEVA*, A. EMELYANOVA (Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation)
PD8 688 ›
ACTIVE LIFE EXPECTANCY FOR JAPANESE ELDERLY POPULATION BY CHEWING
ABILITY AND NUMBER OF TEETH
I. NASU*, S. YASUHIKO (Matsudo, Japan)
359
Wednesday 8
Posters
PD8 689 ›
POPULATION AGEING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE AS AN OUTCOME OF
THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSITION TO CAPITALISM
PD8 690 ›
TRAVEL IN ELDERLY PATIENTS: MYTH OR REALITY?
A. HOFF* (Oxford, United Kingdom)
M. BRIHIER*, M. BRIHIER, F. DE CATELAN CATELANI, M. GODARD, M. VERNY, J. BODDAERT (Paris, France)
PD8 691 ›
TWENTY YEARS OF GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE IN THE ELDERLY POPULATION: THE
CHALLENGES OF DELIVERING FORMAL AND INFORMAL CARE
M. ROSENBERG* (Kingston, Canada)
PD8 692 ›
AGEING OF THE POLISH POPULATION - MEDICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL,
SOCIOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS
M. MOSSAKOWSKA*, P. BleDOWSKI, A. BARTOSZEK, A. DABROWSKI, T. GRODZICKI,
A. MILEWICZ, M. MOSSAKOWSKA, A. WIECEK, T. ZDROJEWSKI (Warszawa, Poland)
PD8 693 ›
CENSUS DATA-BASED RESEARCH ON SEVERE DISABLEMENT IN BRAZIL
A. GOIS*, A. BATISTA DE GÓIS, R. PEIXOTO VERAS (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PD8 694 ›
CHALLENGES FACED BY IMMIGRANTS GROWING OLDER AWAY FROM HOME
A. SCHWINGEL*, W. CHODZKO-ZAJKO, L. MALAVASI, C. PARK , K. KIM (Champaign,
United States of America)
PD8 695 ›
THE ROLE OF CONFIDANTS IN SOCIAL NETWORKS AND SELF-RATED HEALTH
IN LATER LIFE
PD8 696 ›
AGEING IN RUSSIA AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MADRID INTERNATIONAL
PLAN OF ACTION ON AGEING
H. BOOTH*, P. MATHEWS (Canberra, Australia)
L. KOZLOV*, O. MIKHAILOVA, G. SAFAROVA (St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Wednesday
PD8 697 ›
SOCIAL CAPITAL AND RURAL-URBAN SETTINGS AMONG ELDERLY JAPANESE
PEOPLE
T. NAKATA* (Sapporo, Japan)
PD8 698 ›
ADVOCACIES FOR FRAIL AND INCOMPETENT ELDERLY IN EUROPE
PD8 699 ›
LONG-TERM MORTALITY REDUCTION AND SUPPLY OF KIN OVER THE LIFE
COURSE IN POLAND
R. KOELLER*, D. ENGELS (Cologne, Germany)
P. SZUKALSKI* (Lodz, Poland)
Economy
PD8 700 ›
FUEL POVERTY: ASSOCIATIONS WITH HEALTH AND WEALTH AMONG OLDER
ADULTS LIVING IN ENGLAND
J. HARRIS*, S. MCMANUS (London, United Kingdom)
PD8 701 ›
« I LOST MY JOB »: MONETIZING LOST WAGES OF ELDERCARE PROVIDERS
PD8 702 ›
NEW A.G.G.I.R. FRENCH NATIONAL TOOL FOR EVALUATION OF THE LOSS OF
AUTONOMY AND DETERMINATION OF THE LEVEL OF CARE
J. FAST*, D. DOSMAN, G. ROWE (Edmonton, Canada)
J. VETEL*, J. DUCOUDRAY, P. PREVOST (LE MANS, France)
PD8 703 ›
PATHOS FRENCH NATIONAL MODEL FOR EVALUATION AND FINANCING THE
LEVEL OF MEDICAL AND TECHNICAL CARE
J. VETEL*, J. DUCOUDRAY, P. PREVOST (LE MANS, France)
360
Posters
PD8 704 ›
Wednesday 8
FINANCING THE CARE IN NURSING HOMES : THE FRENCH WAY
J. VETEL*, P. PREVOST, J. DUCOUDRAY (LE MANS, France)
PD8 705 ›
WHAT ARE THE FACTORS INFLUENCING PATIENTS’ COST IN COMMUNITY
NURSING SERVICES (CNS) FOR FRAIL ELDERLY IN FRANCE?
S. LUCIER*, K. CHEVREUL, S. BAHRAMI, S. CANAPE, L. COM-RUELLE, Y. EON, P. GABACH (Creteil, France)
Education
PD8 706 ›
AUDIT OF THE AWARENESS OF ELDER ABUSE (EA) AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS
H. ALAO*, M. KHPAL (London , United Kingdom)
PD8 707 ›
DISCLOSURES OF AGING PROCESS WITH QUALITY OF LIFE: THE ELDERS
PERCEPTION
L. ZENEVICZ*, K. CELICH, J. GOLDIM (Chapecó, Brazil)
PD8 708 ›
VALIDITY OF A MODIFIED FUNCTIONAL HEALTH LITERACY TEST IN ELDERLY
ADULTS IN CANADA: A PILOT STUDY
H. PENG*, P. JENSEN, K. LECHELT, S. SIMPSON, B. WILLIAMS, S. HAGGARTY
(Edmonton, Canada)
PD8 709 ›
INTEGRATION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK IN TRAINING IN AGING
RESEARCH: THE FORMSAV EXPERIENCE
S. PROULX*, R. VERREAULT, H. PAYETTE, Y. JOANETTE (Québec, Canada)
PD8 710 ›
SOCIAL HOME CARE AS NATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATION
PD8 711 ›
SEXUAL IMAGE OF PUERTO RICANS OLDER ADULTS IN THE MEDIA
D. HROVATIc* (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
M. SANTOS-ORTIZ*, A. HERNANDEZ-RIVERA, Y. VAZQUEZ-GUZMAN (San Juan,
Puerto Rico)
PD8 712 ›
G. MISIASZEK*, E. SCHNEIDER, M. HENKE, G. MISIASZEK (Los Angeles, Usa)
PD8 713 ›
NURSING KNOWLEDGE IN ELDERLY CARE: CHALLENGES AND TENDENCIES
M. COSTA*, M. MARTINS, B. GOMES, M. PARREIRA (Porto, Portugal)
PD8 714 ›
VICTORIAN GERIATRIC MEDICINE TRAINING PROGRAM
Wednesday
14-YEAR LONGITUDINAL STUDY: PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF ONLINE
GERONTOLOGICAL DISTANCE LEARNING
B. KATZ*, J. SCHWARZ, C. LLOYD (Kew, Australia)
PD8 715 ›
THE GERONTOLOGICAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT IN TAIWAN
PD8 716 ›
NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION(NIE) PROGRAM FOR THE ELDERLY
PD8 717 ›
THE MEDIATING EFFECT OF SELF-EFFICACY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
HEALTH LITERACY AND HEALTH STATUS IN KOREAN OLDER ADULTS
T. KUO* (Taichung City, Taiwan)
G. LEE* (Busan, Republic of Korea)
S. KIM*, E. CHOI, E. LEE (Daegu, Republic of Korea)
PD8 718 ›
INNOVATIVE TRAINING FOR THE AGED CARE WORKFORCE-THE AUSTRALIAN
EXPERIENCE
L. POULOS* (Belrose, Australia)
361
Wednesday 8
Posters
Family and care giving / Aging-environment interactions
PD8 719 ›
THE CURRENT SITUATION OF LEISURE ACTIVITY FOR THE ELDERLY IN NORTH
CHUNGCHEONG PROVINCE, SOUTH KOREA
M. CHO* (Cheongju, Republic of Korea)
PD8 720 ›
« HEALTH PROMOTION FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS » - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN
ASSESSMENT IN ESTABLISHED STRUCTURES
A. BUDNICK*, K. KUMMER, S. BLUEHER, D. DRAEGER (Berlin, Germany)
PD8 721 ›
VALIDATION OF A TOOL FOR DETECTION OF DOMESTIC ABUSE AND SELFNEGLECT (EDMA SCALES)
T. CARMEN*, P. CARMEN, S. MARIA PAZ (PALMA DE MALLORCA. Spain)
PD8 722 ›
FAMILY SUPPORT IN BRITAIN: A QUESTION OF NEED, CULTURE OR ENABLING FACTORS?
R. WILLIS* (London, United Kingdom)
PD8 723 ›
ADAPTING TO FOOD RELATED ROLE CHANGES: THE EXPERIENCES OF MALE
CARE PARTNERS AND WIVES WITH DEMENTIA
E. ATTA - KONADU*, H. KELLER (Guelph, Canada)
PD8 724 ›
FAMILY, QUALITY OF LIFE AND CARETAKERS OF SENIORS WITH ALZHEIMER
PD8 725 ›
ELDER MISTREATMENTS, CRISIS SITUATION, NOSOCOMIAL LOSS OF ABILITIES:
A MULTIFACTORIAL GERONTOLOGICAL SYNDROME
L. CAPAVERDE BULLA* (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
R. MOULIAS*, S. MOULIAS, A. FRANCO (Grenoble, France)
PD8 726 ›
KINSHIP CAREGIVERS: DOES HEALTH INTERFERE WITH CAREGIVING?
D. MONAHAN*, C. SMITH, R. GREENE (Syracuse, Usa)
PD8 727 ›
« I DON’T FEEL USELESS AT ALL »: SOCIAL ACTIVITY AND WELLBEING OF
AUSTRALIAN BABY BOOMERS
PD8 728 ›
CONSUMPTION CHOICES AND PRACTICES IN LATER LIFE – EXPLORING
SUBJECTIVITY, SOCIALITY AND SPATIALITY
Wednesday
K. O’LOUGHLIN*, N. HUMPEL, M. SNOKE (Lidcombe, Australia)
J. MANSVELT* (Palmerston North, New Zealand)
PD8 729 ›
THE POLICY OF « AGEING IN PLACE » – DILEMMAS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
G. HAMMARSTRÖM* (Uppsala, Sweden)
PD8 730 ›
EVALUATING HOME-BASED DEMENITA CARE PRACTICES: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
A. OUDSHOORN*, C. WARD-GRIFFIN, C. MCWILLIAM, D. FORBES, O. ST-AMANT, R. DEFORGE, N. BOL, M. KLOSEK, J. MOWAT (London, Canada)
PD8 731 ›
THE CASE-MANAGER: WHAT SUPPORT FOR THE INFORMAL CAREGIVERS? AN
ACTION-RESEARCH TO PROMOTE CASE MANAGEMENT AT HOME IN FRANCE
PD8 732 ›
THE DENATURALIZATION OF CARE FOR OLDER PARENTS: THE NEW CULTURE
OF CARE AMONG BABY-BOOMER CAREGIVERS
N. BLANCHARD*, A. COLVEZ , S. BERTHIÉ, J. PARIS (Montpellier, France)
J. LAVOIE*, N. GUBERMAN, I. OLAZABAL, A. GRENIER, L. BLEIN (Côte-St-Luc, Canada)
PD8 733 ›
THE IMPACT A HOMECARE PROGRAM ON ELDERLY’ CARETAKERS QUALITY OF
LIFE AT A BRAZILIAN HEALTH CARE SERVICE
PD8 734 ›
«I DON
E. MORAIS*, L. PASKULIN, F. COSTA (Porto alegre, Brazil)
H. MACRAE* (Halifax, Canada)
362
Posters
PD8 735 ›
Wednesday 8
THE IMPACT OF PERCEIVED SERVICE BARRIERS ON CAREGIVING BURDEN
C. THOMSON, D. LAI* (Calgary, Canada)
PD8 736 ›
RESPONDING TO THE NEED FOR CAREGIVERS FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN
UGANDA: EXPERIENCE OF A SMALL LOCAL NGO
PD8 737 ›
JAPAN’S ISSUE OF SUPPORTING ELDERLY’S HOME-BASED FAMILY CAREGIVERS
R. CUMMING*, R. SEMANDA, N. FREDERICK (NSW, Australia)
M. GOTOU*, M. TANAKA (Yamaguchi, Japan)
PD8 738 ›
EVALUATION OF A SMART HOME FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING, ACCESS TO CARE,
SAFETY AND SOCIAL CONNECTIVITY
A. LIVINGSTONE*, J. SOAR, S. WANG (Toowoomba, Australia)
PD8 739 ›
THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CAREGIVING ON RETIREMENT
L. MCDONALD*, N. TIMOSHKINA (Toronto, Canada)
PD8 740 ›
SPOUSAL SUPPORT IN THE CONTEXT OF ADULT DAUGHTERS CARING FOR
ELDERLY PARENTS
PD8 741 ›
ELDERLY IMMIGRANTS IN NORWAY - CARE SERVICES AND CULTURAL
SENSITIVITY
D. HALPERIN*, L. ARIELA, K. RUTH (Rishon LeZion, Israel)
R. INGEBRETSEN* (Oslo, Norway)
PD8 742 ›
CARING TO GRANDCHILDREN: DIFFICULT BEHAVIOURS, HELP RECEIVED AND
SATISFACTION WITH THE ROLE BY GRANDPARENTS IN SPAIN
PD8 743 ›
HIV/AIDS: IMPACTING THE ROLE OF THE ELDERLY IN THE AFRICAN COMMUNITY
PD8 744 ›
THE TRANSITION OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA TO SPECIALIST CARE UNITS:
EXPERIENCES AND VIEWS OF RESIDENTS AND CAREGIVERS
C. TRIADÓ*, F. VILLAR, M. CELDRÁN, S. PINAZO, C. SOLÉ, J. CONDE (Barcelona, Spain)
E. LEKALAKALA-MOKGELE* (Potchefstroom, South Africa)
A. BOBERSKY*, S. CAHILL (Dublin, Ireland)
THE SAVVY CAREGIVER PROGRAMME. AN INTERVENTION ON FAMILY
MEMBERS OF ALZHEIMER PATIENTS
PD8 746 ›
TELE-TECHNOLOGIES TO FACILITATE AGING IN PLACE
PD8 747 ›
TRANSDISCIPLINARY PRIMARY CARE FOR THE CAREGIVERS OF INDIVIDUALS
AFFECTED BY ALZHEIMER DISEASE
L. BARTORELLI*, A. FIANDRA, R. SILVIA, I. BRUNELLA, G. FRANCO (Roma, Italy)
J. SANFORD*, C. WINEGARDEN (Atlanta, United States)
Wednesday
PD8 745 ›
D. KICENIUK*, N. NATARAJAN, L. ROBINSON, J. HOCKERT, S. MCEVENUE (Halifax,
Canada)
PD8 748 ›
EVALUATING THE UCLA AND DE JONG-GIERVELD LONELINESS SCALES FOR
RESEARCH ON AGING
PD8 749 ›
THE EXPERIENCES AND EXPECTATIONS OF CARE AND SUPPORT AMONG
OLDER PEOPLE FROM DIFFERENT ETHNIC GROUPS
M. PENNING*, L. FUNK, G. LIU (Victoria, Canada)
M. CATTAN*, G. GIUNTOLI (Leeds, United Kingdom)
PD8 750 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SOCIAL SUPPORT NETWORKS OF ELDERLY
PARTICIPANTS AND NON-PARTICIPANTS OF A PHYSICAL EXERCISE PROGRAM
IN THE BRAZILIAN PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM IN FLORIANOPOLIS, BRAZIL
G. MAZO*, A. CARDOSO, T. BENEDETTI (Florianópolis, Brazil)
363
Wednesday 8
Posters
PD8 751 ›
OLDER ADULTS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OPPORTUNITIES IN
THEIR LOCAL ENVIRONMENT
PD8 752 ›
COULD ELDERLY PEOPLE LIVING AT HOME IMAGINE LEAVING IT FOR A
RETIREMENT HOUSE WHEN GETTING OLDER?
L. MALAVASI*, K. KIM, C. PARK, A. SCHWINGEL, W. CHODZKO-ZAJKO (Urbana, Usa)
D. DEFAUT*, A. GENG, L. LENFANT, M. DION, P. PFITZENMEYER (Dijon, France)
PD8 753 ›
VOLUNTEERING WITH SENIORS RECEIVING END-OF-LIFE HOME CARE: A
QUESTION OF BALANCE
A. SÉVIGNY*, A. MICHÈLE, D. SERGE, T. ANDRÉ (Québec, Canada)
PD8 754 ›
DO ELDERLY WITH DEMENTIA SHOULD BE SEPARATED FROM ELDERLY
WITHOUT DEMENTIA?
PD8 755 ›
TRANSITIONS IN FORMAL CARE AND INFORMAL. THE NORDANSTIG PROJECT - A LONGITUDINAL SWEDISH POPULATION-BASED STUDY
A. GENG*, D. DEFAUT, L. LENFANT, M. DION, P. PFITZENMEYER (Dijon, France)
A. SKÖLDUNGER*, B. SJOLUND, L. JOHANSSON, G. NORDBERG, E. VON STRAUSS
(Huddinge, Sweden)
PD8 756 ›
THE TEAM
N. MATOS*, M. VALE, I. SANTOS (Brasília, Brazil)
PD8 757 ›
RESIDENTIAL HOMES « THE BIG CHALLENGE IN MONTERREY MEXICO »
PD8 758 ›
PHYSICAL RENOVATION OF AN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY AND ITS IMPACT ON
RESIDENTS, FAMILIES, AND STAFF
D. GAMEZ*, I. OLIVA, R. SALINAS, B. GONZALEZ, X. ORTIZ, A. VAZQUEZ (Monterrey, Mexico)
D. ROCKEMANN*, M. PERKINSON (St Louis, United States)
PD8 759 ›
DIFFERENTIAL OUTCOMES OF CAREGIVING
Wednesday
A. BOER DE*, M. BROESE VAN GROENOU (Den Haag, The Netherlands)
PD8 760 ›
INFORMAL CARE-GIVING FOR THE ELDERLY: ON THE REGULATION OF
PSYCHOSOCIAL WELL-BEING
PD8 761 ›
RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENTS, HEALTH CONDITIONS AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN
OLD AGE IN SPAIN
T. MICHELS*, I. ALBERT, T. RIES, T. BOLL, D. FERRING (Walferdange, Luxembourg)
K. AHMED-MOHAMED*, F. ROJO-PEREZ , G. FERNANDEZ-MAYORALAS, F. MARIA
JOAO, M. PABLO (Madrid, Spain)
PD8 762 ›
TOWARDS MORE INCLUSIVE URBAN COMMUNITIES FOR OLDER PEOPLE?
FINDINGS FROM THE CALL-ME PROJECT
T. SCHARF*, M. MURRAY, S. MASLIN-PROTHERO, R. BEECH, F. ZIEGLER (Keele, Uk)
PD8 763 ›
UNDERSTANDING A DIAGNOSIS OF DEMENTIA: THE ROLE OF FAMILY CARERS
PD8 764 ›
IMPROVING RESPITE CARE PRACTICE : THE CHALLENGE OF OPENING A DAY
CARE CENTRE ON 365 DAYS PER YEAR
K. BRITTAIN*, C. BAMFORD, L. ROBINSON, E. MARTIN, B. JOHN (Newcastle, UK)
P. DAURE* (DIJON, France)
PD8 765 ›
OLD PEOPLE’S TECHNOLOGY ROOMS
J. HAGBERG*, Å. LARSSON (Norrköping, Sweden)
PD8 766 ›
HOUSEHOLD ARRANGEMENTS OF OLDER-ELDERLY OF THE COMMUNITY
E. PEDRAZZI*, I. ROSSET, S. COLEHO FABRÍCIO-WEHBE, T. TAVAREZ DELLA MOTTA,
V. JOSÉ HAAS, R. PARTEZANI RODRIGUES (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
364
Posters
Gerontology in developping countries
PD8 767 ›
GERONTOLOGY AND THE INVISIBILITY OF OLD AGE
Wednesday 8
G. DEBERT* (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
PD8 768 ›
QUALITY OF LIFE OF ELDERLY RIVERSIDE
M. NUNES*, L. BUIN (Santa Barbara, Brazil)
PD8 769 ›
RELIGIOSITY AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF POST-OPERATIVE COLON CANCER
PATIENTS
B. WOZNIAK*, B. TOBIASZ-ADAMCZYK, D. ZAWISZA (Cracow, Poland)
PD8 770 ›
DECONSTRUCTING OLDER WOMEN’S IDENTITIES: IMAGES OF « IDEAL OLD AGE »
AND THE ROLES OF OLDER WOMEN IN MEXICAN SOCIETY
PD8 771 ›
IRRUPTION OF THE ALZHEIMER
PD8 772 ›
CLINICAL-STATISTIC DATES OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS PREVALENCE IN ST. LUKE
HOSPITAL BUCHAREST BETWEEN 2005-2007
PD8 773 ›
SELF-RATED HEALTH STATES: PROBABILITIES OF TRANSITION AMONG
MEXICAN RURAL ELDERLY LIVING IN EXTREME POVERTY
M. MAKITA* (Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Y. DOUÇOT-HERMELIN*, J. BELMIN (Boulogne-Billancourt, France)
A. CAPISIZU* (Bucharest, Romania)
M. TELLEZ-ROJO*, A. SALINAS-RODRIGUEZ, B. MANRIQUE-ESPINOZA, L. MENDOZAALVARADO (Cuernavaca, Mexico)
PD8 774 ›
HEALTHY AGEING CONCEPTUALIZATIONS: OLDER MALAYS IN MELBOURNE,
AUSTRALIA AND KLANG VALLEY, MALAYSIA
PD8 775 ›
EXTENT AND CORRELATES OF DEPRESSION AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN
SINGAPORE AND INDIA
N. TOHIT*, H. RADERMACHER, C. BROWNING (Notting Hill, Australia)
A. LEE*, S. CHOKKANATHAN (Singapore, Singapore)
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN QUALITY OF LIFE AND CONSTIPATION IN PATIENTS
ATTENDING THE GERIATRIC CLINICS OF A BRAZILIAN TERTIARY HOSPITAL
P. VILLELA*, R. OLIVEIRA, E. OLIVEIRA (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
PD8 777 ›
HEALTH CARE POLICY FOR THE ELDERLY AND THE RETIRED IN SENEGAL
M. COUMÉ*, K. TOURE, M. KA, T. DIOP (Dakar, Senegal)
Integrated models of care
PD8 778 ›
A STUDY ON SOCIAL PARTICIPATION OF ELDERLY WITH STROKE-RELATED
DISABILITY: EXAMINING MEDIATION EFFECTS OF FAMILY SUPPORT AND
PROACTIVE COPING
Wednesday
PD8 776 ›
S. MOON* (Pocheon, Republic of Korea)
PD8 779 ›
GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY HOME TREATMENT GHT – A PILOT STUDY ON
OUTCOMES FOLLOWING HOSPITAL DISCHARGE FOR DEPRESSIVE AND
DELUSIONAL PATIENTS
B. FUCHS-NIEDER*, G. HERMANN, B. FUCHS-NIEDER , A. STIPACEK, H. ZAPOTOCZKY (Graz, Austria)
PD8 780 ›
THE EXPERIENCE OF OLDER PEOPLE IN INTENSIVE CARE - A PHENOMENOLOGICAL
INQUIRY
A. TEMBO*, I. HIGGINS, V. PARKER, D. SUNDIN (Callaghan, Australia)
365
Wednesday 8
Posters
PD8 781 ›
COMPASSION AND CARE, EXPLORING THE DOMAIN. A STUDY ON NURSES’
COMPASSION FOR OLDER PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC DISEASE
PD8 782 ›
HOW SHOULD SOCIAL SERVICE AND MEDICAL PROVIDERS COLLABORATE TO
CARE FOR ELDERS? CASE MANAGERS’ VIEWS
M. VAN DER CINGEL* (Zwolle, The Netherlands)
A. GUM*, F. SOUTHERS, T. SCHWIERS (Tamp, United States)
PD8 783 ›
SOCIAL WORKERS AND THE ELDERLY: A TIME AND MOTION STUDY
N. DELLI-COLLI*, N. DUBUC, N. VEILLEUX, K. DUCHAINEAU, L. GAUTHIER
(Sherbrooke, Canada)
PD8 784 ›
HOME BLOOD AND PLATELET TRANSFUSIONS OF HAEMATOLOGICAL PATIENTS
REQUIRING HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS
V. TIBALDI*, G. ISAIA, M. ASTENGO, M. LADETTO, M. BO, R. MARINELLO, I. AIMONINO
(Torino, Italy)
PD8 785 ›
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE VERY FRAIL COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERS IN
INTEGRATED MODELS OF CARE
M. DE STAMPA*, I. VEDEL, E. BAGARAGAZZA, J. ANKRI, H. BERGMAN, L. LECHOWSKI,
B. CASSOU (Paris, France)
PD8 786 ›
A COMPARISON BETWEEN JAPAN AND SWEDEN WITH REGARD TO THE
PROVISION OF LONG-TERM CARE IN RELATION TO NEEDS
PD8 787 ›
MANY SMALL INTERVENTIONS BETTER THAN ONE OR TWO BIG ONES? THE
EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
M. LAGERGREN*, N. KURUBE, M. PARKER (Stockholm, Sweden)
G. SUNDSTRÖM*, E. BOLL HANSEN, S. DAATLAND, K. HERLOFSON, L. JOHANSSON,
B. MALMBERG, D. PUGA, M. TORTOSA (Jönköping, Sweden)
Wednesday
PD8 788 ›
EVALUATING SERVICE NETWORKS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR
INFORMAL CAREGIVERS: THE « EVIDENT » PROJECT
M. REICHERT*, A. EHLERS, M. GOLDMANN, V. LEVE, M. MENKE, B. MESCHKUTAT, K. MÜLLER (Dortmund, Germany)
PD8 789 ›
SHOULD FIRST-GENERATION COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT
INSTRUMENTS BE REPLACED BY THIRD-GENERATION? COMPARISON OF THE
MINIMAL GERIATRIC SCREENING TOOLS (MGST) AND THE INTERRAI ACUTE
CARE (INTERRAI-AC) IN ACUTE CLINICAL PRACTICE
N. WELLENS*, M. DESCHODT, J. FLAMAING, P. MOONS, X. BOMAN, J. COLLARD, A. LONDOT, C. GOSSET, J. PETERMANS, K. MILISEN (Leuven, Belgium)
PD8 790 ›
THE DUTCH NATIONAL CARE FOR THE ELDERLY PROGRAMME: INTEGRATED
CARE FOR FRAIL ELDERLY PERSONS
C. JONKERS*, C. VAN AALST, C. BAKKER (The Hague, The Netherlands)
PD8 791 ›
HEALTH PUBLIC POLICIES TO ELDERLY PEOPLE: AN INTERNATIONAL
LITERATURE REVIEW
PD8 792 ›
MEMORY LANE CAFéS: EVALUATING AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO SOCIAL
INCLUSION FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR FAMILIES
F. COTRIN LORO*, A. PASSARELLA BRETAS (São Paulo, Brazil)
B. DOW*, B. HARALAMBOUS, C. HEMPTON, S. HUNT, D. LOGIUDICE, D. AMES, D. CALLEJA (Melbourne, Australia)
PD8 793 ›
POLICY TO PRACTICE: THE ROAD TO AN INTEGRATED CONTINUUM OF CARE
L. STEWART*, M. PARSONS, J. KILPATRICK (Auckland, New Zealand)
366
Posters
Wednesday 8
PD8 794 ›
COST ANALYSIS OF THE GERIATRIC RESOURCES FOR ASSESSMENT AND CARE
OF ELDERS (GRACE) CARE MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION
PD8 795 ›
NEED OF A HOSPITAL PROVIDING INTEGRATED CARE FOR OLDER PATIENTS
AND PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC DISEASES
S. COUNSELL*, C. CALLAHAN, W. TU, T. STUMP, A. GREG (Indianapolis, Usa)
J. VAN KEMPEN*, S. ROBBEN, B. VAN DER GIESSEN, M. BOEREE, M. OLDE RIKKERT
(Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
PD8 796 ›
THE HEALTH AND WELFARE INFO CARD: IMPROVING INFORMATION SUPPLY
TOWARDS AND ABOUT OLDER PEOPLE WITH COMPLEX NEEDS
S. ROBBEN*, R. MELIS, S. ZUIDEMA, T. MOORS, H. SCHERS, M. OLDE RIKKERT
(Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
PD8 797 ›
ACCREDITATION INSTRUMENT OF COMPETENCE CARE LEVEL FOR
RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES IN MACAO
Y. CHEUNG* (Hong Kong, china)
PD8 798 ›
INFORMATION ON SENIORS‘ MORBIDITY UPON INTERNMENTS ON THE
BRAZILIAN UNIFIED HEALTH SYSTEM
A. GÓIS*, A. BATISTA DE GÓIS, R. PEIXOTO VERAS (Rio de janeiro, Brazil)
PD8 799 ›
PARTICIPATION OF FRAIL ELDERLY PERSONS IN THE DUTCH NATIONAL CARE
FOR THE ELDERLY PROGRAMME
PD8 800 ›
EVOLUTION OF CASE-FINDING FOR DISABILITIES WITH PRISMA-7 IN
EMERGENCY ROOMS IN SHERBROOKE, QUéBEC
C. VAN AALST*, L. WEEL, C. JONKERS, C. BAKKER (The Hague, The Netherlands)
M. RAICHE*, R. HEBERT, M. DUBOIS, M. GREGOIRE, C. BUREAU (Sherbrooke, Canada)
PD8 801 ›
WHAT LIES BENEATH: HEALTH CARE ACCESS FOR GAY AND LESBIAN SENIORS
IN CANADA
PD8 802 ›
AN ECOLOGICAL SERVICE DELIVERY FRAMEWORK TO PROMOTE WELLBEING
FOR COMMUNITIES OF OLDER PEOPLE
S. BROTMAN*, B. RYAN (Montreal, Canada)
PD8 803 ›
A LONGITUDINAL EVALUATION OF RESIDENT OUTCOMES IN LONG-TERM CARE
INSTITUTIONS
L. LIU* (Tainan, Taiwan)
PD8 804 ›
CLINICAL PHARMACIST AS AN INTEGRATED MEMBER OF THE TRANSITIONAL
CARE PROGRAM IMPROVES PATIENT OUTCOMES; A PILOT
PD8 805 ›
MULTIDIMENSIONAL NEEDS
Wednesday
D. OXLADE*, N. HARRIS, J. GROOTJANS, P. SYDES (Meadowbrook, Australia)
K. ARUMUGAM*, S. GOLDSWORTHY, S. YU, R. VISVANATHAN (Australia)
A. FABBO*, A. TRAGNONE, G. ARCARO, C. CASTIGLIONI, C. CASTELNOVO, P. CERATO,
C. HANAU (Mirandola, Italy)
PD8 806 ›
IMPLEMENTING COMPREHENSIVE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENTS IN BELGIUM:
IMPORTANCE OF TACKLING PREJUDGMENTS OF CAREGIVERS
J. MELLO*, D. VANNESTE, E. DETROYER, A. DECLERCQ (Leuven, Belgium)
PD8 807 ›
PERSONAL CARE IN RESIDENTIAL HOMES AND STANDARDIZATION OF
WORKING PROCEDURES: PROTOCOL FOR SUPPORT ON FEEDING
J. PORTUGAL*, C. PIRES, I. MARTÍN (Porto, Portugal)
367
Wednesday 8
PD8 808 ›
Posters
DISCHARGE OF GERIATRIC PATIENTS FROM HOSPITAL – BARRIERS TO
COOPERATION AT THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN CLINIC AND OUTPATIENT
CARE
P. SCHÖNEMANN-GIECK*, B. HAAS, J. WEBER (Heidelberg, Germany)
Intergenerational aspects
PD8 809 ›
ANALYSIS OF THE LOAD OF NURSING JOB AND OF THE DAYS OF
HOSPITALIZATION IN A DEPARTMENT OF CRITICAL AREA: COMPARISON
AMONG PATIENT ELDERLY AND NOT
PD8 810 ›
STU-RET ILC: INTERGENERATIONAL LEARNING CIRCLES OF RETIREES AND
STUDENTS
L. PELUCCHI*, M. FUMAGALLI , C. ANELLI, A. COVA (Milano, Italy)
A. MASEDA*, T. LORENZO, I. GONZÁLEZ-ABRALDES, J. TUBÍO, P. MARANTE, J. MILLÁN-CALENTI (lA Coruña, Spain)
PD8 811 ›
THE IMPLICATIONS OF AGEING ON INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
S. ANTONIO* (Lisboa, Portugal)
PD8 812 ›
THE EFFECTS OF MUSIC ACTIVITIES USING TONE CHIMES ON THE ELDERLY
LIVING AT HOME AND STUDENTS WHO SUPPORT THE ELDERLY
PD8 813 ›
THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL INTERGENERATIONAL CENTRES IN SLOVENIA
PD8 814 ›
MEASURING THE SUCCESS OF AN INNOVATIVE INTERGENERATIONAL
PROGRAM: THE HOMESHARE NSW EXAMPLE
M. ASANO*, S. SUGIHARA, Y. KOMATSU, H. AOYAMA (Kanzaki, Japan)
J. RAMOVS*, K. RAMOVS (LJUBLJANA, Slovenia)
Wednesday
S. FOGG*, G. NELSON, A. ANDREW, S. BARBARA (Paddington, Australia)
PD8 815 ›
INTER-GENERATIONAL RELATIONS AMONGST BANGLADESHI AND PAKISTANI
MIGRANTS SETTLED IN THE UK PD8 816 ›
INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONS OF AFRICAN MIGRANTS IN POSTAPARTHEID SOUTH AFRICA: IMPLICATIONS FOR OLDER PERSONS
S. SAHA* (Reading, United Kingdom)
M. DOUGLAS*, V. ROOS, I. KALULE-SABITI, B. MBENGA (Potchefstroom, South Africa)
PD8 817 ›
INFORMAL CARE FOR OLDER PEOPLE BY THEIR ADULT CHILDREN:
PROJECTIONS OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND TO 2041 IN ENGLAND
L. PICKARD*, R. WITTENBERG, J. MALLEY, D. KING, A. COMAS-HERRERA (London,
United Kingdom)
PD8 818 ›
SELF-DEFINING BEING A VICTIM OF ABUSE IN RELATION TO THE HEALTHRELATED QUALITY OF LIFE OF OLDER PEOPLE. A CRACOW STUDY
B. TOBIASZ-ADAMCZYK*, M. BRZYSKA, P. BRZYSKI, M. KOPACZ (Krakow, Poland)
PD8 819 ›
CHANGES IN THE EMOTIONAL STATUS OF OLDER PEOPLE AS A CONSEQUENCE
OF FEELING NEGLECTED. A CRACOW STUDY
M. BRZYSKA*, B. TOBIASZ-ADAMCZYK, P. BRZYSKI, M. KOPACZ (Krakow, Poland)
Long-term care insurance
PD8 820 ›
THE EFFECTS AND CHALLENGES ON A BASIS OF NEW LONG-TERM CARE
INSURANCE SYSTEM IN JAPAN
M. TANAKA* (Yamaguchi, Japan)
368
Posters
Wednesday 8
PD8 821 ›
CAREGIVERS IN ELDERLY CARE: WHICH POLICY INSTRUMENTS PROMOTE THE
ATTRACTION AND RETENTION OF CARE STAFF IN ELDERLY CARE?
PD8 822 ›
DOES LTC MARKET IMPROVE QUALITY OF SERVICE?: A CASE OF KOREAN LTC
INSURANCE
A. HARPS-TIMMERMAN*, C. SMITS (Zwolle, The Netherlands)
J. SEOK*, J. YOON (Ganwon-do, Republic of Korea)
PD8 823 ›
PLANNING FOR FUTURE LONG-TERM CARE NEEDS IN THE UNITED STATES:
THE ROLE OF LIFE COURSE EVENTS IN THE DECISION TO PURCHASE PRIVATE
LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE
PD8 824 ›
DETERMINANTS OF GH RESIDENTS’ WITHDRAWAL
PD8 825 ›
THE GERMAN LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE – HAS IT BEEN A SOCIOPOLITICAL SUCCESS?
E. ROBBINS* (Oxford, United States)
K. KISHIDA*, S. TANIGAKI (Okayama, Japan)
G. NAEGELE*, M. REICHERT (Dortmund, Germany)
PD8 826 ›
NUTRIENT CONTENT OF SERVING FOOD AND USAGE OF DIETARY REFERENCE
INTAKES FOR JAPANESE IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES FOR THE ELDERLY
IN JAPAN
N. KAWASHIMA*, A. MORITA, M. TUBOTA, T. TESHIMA, J. KAWAKAMI, N. AIBA, S. WATANABE (Shinjyukuku, Tokyo , Japan)
Retired people still in the workforce
PD8 827 ›
EFFECTS OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC DOWNTURN ON AUSTRALIAN BABY
BOOMERS’ FINANCIAL PLANNING
N. HUMPEL*, K. O’LOUGHLIN, S. O’DWYER (Lidcombe, Australia)
PERCEPTIONS OF EFFORTS AND REWARDS IN VOLUNTARY WORK: A FOCUS
GROUP INTERVIEW
PD8 829 ›
ELDERLY PEOPLE FLYING PRIVATE PLANES
I. ÄYRÄVÄINEN*, T. LYYRA, T. LINTUNEN, T. RANTANEN (Jyväskylä, Finland)
P. DE BERTRAND PIBRAC* (BOURGES, France)
PD8 830 ›
AGING AT WORK UNTIL AGE 75 AND OVER / LESSONS FROM JAPAN
M. HARIGANE*, M. OKA, T. ISHIBASHI, H. OSADA, Y. KOMATSU (Tokyo, Japan)
Retirement policies & problems
PD8 831 ›
ALL IN A DAYS WORK: WOMEN TRANSFORM RETIREMENT
Wednesday
PD8 828 ›
J. BYLES*, M. TAVENER, L. PARKINSON, C. EVERINGHAM, P. WARNER SMITH, D. STEVENSON (Callaghan, Australia)
PD8 832 ›
AUSTRALIAN BABY BOOMERS’ FINANCIAL SECURITY: PRIVATE VERSUS
PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYMENT
M. SNOKE*, K. O’LOUGHLIN, H. KENDIG, D. BLACK (Lidcombe, Australia)
PD8 833 ›
RETIREMENT AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH
J. LOPEZ MARTINEZ *, I. LIZASO ELGARRESTA, M. SANCHEZ DE MIGUEL (SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain)
PD8 834 ›
PSYCHO-SOCIAL FUNCTIONING OF RETIRED VOLUNTEERS AT A SERVICE CENTRE
H. STRYDOM*, S. VAN RENSBURG (Potchefstroom, South Africa)
369
Wednesday 8
Posters
PD8 835 ›
SLEEP DURATION AND SLEEP COMPLAINTS AS PREDICTORS OF DISABILITY
PENSIONS AMONG AGEING EMPLOYEES
PD8 836 ›
THE ABILITY OF OLDER FEMALE EMPLOYEES TO CONTINUE WORKING:
PREREQUISITES AND CONSEQUENCES
T. LALLUKKA*, . LAHELMA, O. RAHKONEN (Helsinki, Finland)
M. SCHMITT*, G. NAEGELE, M. SPORKET, V. LEVE (Dortmund, Germany)
Social policy and social welfare
PD8 837 ›
IMPROVING THE UNDERSTANDING OF POOR SLEEP IN LATER LIFE THROUGH
THE LEGACY OF POOR SLEEP IN EARLIER LIFE
S. VENN*, S. ARBER (Guildford, United Kingdom)
PD8 838 ›
HEALTH INDICATORS OF ELDERLY’S INSERTED IN GOVERNALMENTAL HEALTH
PROGRAM MANAUS-AMAZONAS, BRAZIL
E. RIBEIRO*, R. VERAS, K. VIEGAS, C. CALDAS, M. ROCHA, C. CHAVES, A. SILVEIRA, O. FONSECA, I. JUNG, E. MAIA-RIBEIRO, I. CRUZ (Manaus, Brazil)
PD8 839 ›
CARE FOR THE ELDERLY AND DIVERSITY: A CHALLENGE FOR THE
SCANDINAVIAN CARE REGIME
S. JOHANSSON* (Umea, Sweden)
PD8 840 ›
DOES POOR HEALTH LEAD TO POVERTY AMONG UNATTACHED OLDER
CANADIAN WOMEN?
PD8 841 ›
AGEING AND SOCIAL CAPITAL IN AN AUSTRALIAN COASTAL RESORT
D. HASINOFF* (Toronto, Canada)
F. BARR*, C. RUSSELL (Nelson Bay, Australia)
PD8 842 ›
HEALTH INEQUALITIES AMONGST OLDER PEOPLE FROM ETHNIC MINORITY
GROUPS IN BRITAIN
Wednesday
S. HOLDER* (Southampton, United Kingdom)
PD8 843 ›
INTERNET/EMAIL USEAGE AND WELLBEING AMONG 65-84 YEAR OLDS IN NEW
ZEALAND: SOCIAL POLICY IMPLICATIONS
PD8 844 ›
CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES IN DESIGNING A
NATIONAL PREVALENCE STUDY OF ELDER ABUSE IN AUSTRALIA
P. KOOPMAN-BOYDEN*, S. REID (Hamilton, New Zealand)
E. OZANNE* (Melbourne, Australia)
PD8 845 ›
ETHNICITY AND ‘ELDERLY IMMIGRANTS’ IN SOCIAL POLICY FOR OLDER
PEOPLE: THE CASE OF SWEDEN
L. MACHAT* (Norrköping, Sweden)
PD8 846 ›
CROSS-CULTURAL PROBLEMS BETWEEN THE CARE GIVER AND THE RESIDENT
OF NURSING HOME
T. TAKEHIKO*, K. ADACHI (Sapporo, Japan)
PD8 847 ›
LATE BLOOMERS: ELDERLY START-UPS AND ENTREPRENEURS IN GERMANY
A. FRANKE* (Dortmund, Germany)
PD8 848 ›
INPATIENT CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: STAFF WELLBEING AND THE
IMPLICATIONS FOR PERSON-CENTRED PRACTICE
J. LLOYD*, S. BAILEY, K. SCALES (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
PD8 849 ›
IMPROVING SOCIAL SUPPORT OPTIONS FOR THE ELDERLY IN A RURAL COMMUNITY
P. MELLOR*, J. GREENHILL, K. DIX, T. MARTIN (Ormond , Australia)
370
Posters
PD8 850 ›
Wednesday 8
MAINTAINING DIGNITY IN LATER LIFE: OLDER PEOPLE
K. WHITE*, L. LLOYD (Bristol, United Kingdom)
PD8 851 ›
EXPECTATIONS OF THE PEOPLE OF THE THIRD AGE WHEN THEY TRAVEL ON
TOURISM BY BUS
PD8 852 ›
PERCEPTION AND EXPERIENCE OF SAFETY AMONG OLDER NEW
ZEALANDERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR WELLBEING AND SOCIAL INCLUSION
H. RODRIGUES DE SOUZA* (São Paulo, Brazil)
P. KING* (Lower Hutt, New Zealand)
PD8 853 ›
SOCIAL PARTICIPATION OF OLDER PEOPLE: DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW
TYPOLOGY INFORMING SOCIAL POLICIES
PD8 854 ›
BRAINMATICS: CAN HAND-HELD TECHNOLOGIES AMELIORATE THE EARLY
ONSET OF DEMENTIA? – A MODEL FOR A LONGITUDINAL INVESTIGATION OF
PRE-DIAGNOSED BUT POTENTIALLY SUSCEPTIBLE DEMENTIA SUFFERS
E. RAYMOND*, A. SÉVIGNY, A. TOURIGNY, A. VÉZINA (Québec, Canada)
A. LIVINGSTONE*, J. SOAR, J. MULA, S. WANG (Toowoomba, Australia)
PD8 855 ›
THE CANADIAN NETWORK FOR PREVENTION OF ELDER ABUSE: AN NGO
APPROACH TO MISTREATMENT OF OLDER ADULTS
PD8 856 ›
A NEW AUSTRALIAN MODEL OF HOUSING AND CARE
PD8 857 ›
LIFE QUALITY OF KOREAN OBESE ELDERLY: COMPARISON OF DEPRESSION
AND LIFE SATISFACTION BETWEEN OBESE AND NON-OBESE
C. SPENCER*, A. LEANEY, M. YAFFE, C. SPENCER (Vancouver, Canada)
B. SQUIRES*, S. FOGG (Paddington, Australia)
E. PARK*, K. DONG-BAE, L. JOO-YEUN (Seoul, Republic of Korea)
PD8 858 ›
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE PREFERENCE FOR PLACE OF DEATH AMONG
COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY IN JAPAN
PD8 859 ›
LONELINESS OF OLDER PEOPLE IN THE WELFARE STATE: THE MALE – FEMALE
GRADIENT
M. YAMASAKI*, S. EBIHARA, T. EBIHARA, M. ASADA, S. YAMANDA, H. ARAI (Sendai, Japan)
PD8 860 ›
AN ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF WORK ENVIRONMENT ON THE JOB
RETENTION OF HOSPITAL NURSES IN JAPAN
Y. OGATA*, M. NAGANO, M. HASHIMOTO (Chiba, Japan)
PD8 861 ›
Wednesday
B. MALMBERG*, G. SUNDSTRÖM (Jönköping, Sweden)
SOCIAL WORK WITH OLDER PEOPLE AND PREVENTATIVE SERVICES:
DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE MODELS OF ASSESSMENT AND SERVICE PROVISION
FOR THE FUTURE GENERATION OF OLDER PEOPLE
C. BEECH*, J. PHILLIPS (Swansea, United Kingdom)
PD8 862 ›
SOCIAL INTERACTIONS : A ROLE IN SUCCESSFUL AGING? MULTICENTRICSTUDY IN AGIRC-ARRCO PREVENTION CENTERS IN FRANCE
F. MARTIN*, V. BATAILLE, M. FERRY, P. DEJARDIN, J. AQUINO, A. SAINT-LAURENT
(Toulouse, France)
PD8 863 ›
THE FRENCH NATIONAL ORGANIZATION AGAINST MISTREATMENT: THE FIRST
SOFTWARE FOR GLOBAL VISION AND PREVENTION?
C. LEMOINE*, B. DUPORTET, M. MAUGOURD, S. SAPIO (Villejuif, France)
PD8 864 ›
WELFARE STATE PERFORMANCE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE PREFERENCES IN
AGEING SOCIETIES
O. JÜRGENS* (Berlin, Germany)
371
Wednesday 8
Posters
PD8 865 ›
RETHINKING THE GENDER GAP IN HEALTH IN OLD AGE: CHANGING GENDER
DIFFERENCE IN SELF-REPORTED HEALTH THROUGH COHORTS AND PERIODS
PD8 866 ›
HOME CARE FOR SENIORS SUFFERING FROM MENTAL ILLNESS: DIMENSIONS
OF THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS
Y. SUEN* (Oxford, United Kingdom)
S. PAQUET*, B. DALLAIRE, A. SÉVIGNY (Québec, Canada)
PD8 867 ›
POVERTY AND DISABILITY TRANSITIONS IN MIDDLE AND LATER LIFE: IMPACT
ON SOCIAL ISOLATION
S. CLOUSTON*, M. PENNING (Victoria, Canada)
PD8 868 ›
HEALTH PROMOTION AND PRIMARY PREVENTION FOR OLDER MIGRANTS:
IMPROVING ACCESS AND EFFECTIVENESS
PD8 869 ›
INCIDENCE OF STROKE ACCORDING TO INCOME LEVEL IN AN ELDERLY
COHORT: THE 3C STUDY
E. OLBERMANN* (Dortmund, Germany)
O. GRIMAUD*, C. DUFOUIL, A. ALPÉROVITCH, F. PICO, K. RITCHIE, J. DARTIGUES, C. TZOURIO, P. CHAUVIN (RENNES, France)
PD8 870 ›
USING AUSTRALIA’S AGED CARE ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (ACAP) MINIMUM
DATA SET TO INFORM POLICY AND PRACTICE
PD8 871 ›
SHEDDING THE LIGHT ON MEN: THE WOLLONGONG MEN’S PROJECT
Y. WELLS* (Bundoora, Australia)
D. FILDES* (Wollongong, Australia)
PD8 872 ›
DEVELOPING AGE FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES: PEOPLE, PROCESS AND
PLANNING PROGRESS IN A NEW ZEALAND BEACHSIDE COMMUNITY
C. GORDON* (Tauranga, New Zealand)
PD8 873 ›
LONELINESS, SOCIAL NETWORKS AND MORTALITY AT AGES 70, 77 AND 85
Wednesday
E. IECOVICH*, J. JACOBS, J. STESSMAN (Jerusalem, Israel)
PD8 874 ›
RETIREMENT, ASSET OWNERSHIP, AND LIFE SATISFACTION AMONG OLDER
ADULTS IN SOUTH KOREA:DO ASSETS MATTER IN LATER LIFE?
PD8 875 ›
EXPECTATIONS OF NEW ZEALAND BABY BOOMERS AND POLICY ISSUES VALUING OLDER AGE
S. HONG*, C. HAN (Singapore, Singapore)
K. GLASGOW* (Paekakariki, New Zealand)
PD8 876 ›
EFFECTS OF A CONSUMER-DIRECTED VOUCHER ON SATISFACTION,
EMPOWERMENT, AND HEALTH & DISABILITY STATUS
PD8 877 ›
REGULATION OF RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE IN AUSTRALIA - TURNING KNIGHTS
INTO KNAVES?
B. FRIEDMAN*, B. WAMSLEY, G. EGGERT (Rochester, United States)
C. HAYTER * (Sydney , Australia)
PD8 878 ›
BETTER UNDERSTANDING AND ADDRESSING LONELINESS FOR OLDER AUSTRALIANS
A. BALLATYNE*, J. CHEEK, B. ALISON, O. DEBORAH, M. WENDY, S. MANDY, C. MEGAN, S. ANDREW, Y. BEVERLEY (ADELAIDE, Australia)
PD8 879 ›
EFFECT OF NON-CONTRIBUTORY SOCIAL PENSION PROGRAM OVER
DEPRESSION AMONG POOR AND RURAL MEXICAN ELDERLY. A DISCONTINUITY
REGRESSION DESIGN
A. SALINAS*, M. TELLEZ-ROJO, B. MANRIQUE-ESPINOZA, L. MENDOZA-ALVARADO
(Cuernavaca, Mexico)
372
Posters
Wednesday 8
PD8 881 ›
SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CONSTRUCTION OF ELDER MISTREATMENT:
DEFINITION, PERCEPTION, AND HELP-SEEKING BEHAVIOR AMONG KOREAN
OLDER PERSONS
PD8 882 ›
TRANSITIONS IN LIVING ARRANGEMENTS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING
OF THE KOREAN ELDERLY
S. KANG*, H. LEE (Chuncheon, Republic of Korea)
J. YOON* (Chuncheon, Republic of Korea)
PD8 883 ›
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON LONELINESS OF ELDERLY IN SOUTH KOREA - FOCUSING ON URBAN AND RURAL·FISHING VILLAGES
S. CHOI*, K. RYU, B. SHIN , B. PARK , M. PARK , H. PARK (Busan , Republic of Korea)
PD8 884 ›
THE ELDERLY IN SERVICE DEAD ZONE: A CASE STUDY OF A RURAL
COMMUNITY IN SOUTH KOREA
K. LEE*, M. PARK, Y. YOO , H. PARK , H. LEE (Busan , Republic of Korea)
PD8 885 ›
PRACTICE FOR ASSESSING SOCIAL FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN INTERVIEWS
M. SIMONEN* (Helsinki, Finland)
PD8 886 ›
SOCIAL ISOLATION OF THE ELDERLY IN THE URBAN AREA OF TOKYO
M. SAITO*, S. YUTAKA, Y. MAI, T. SACHIKO (Saitama, Japan)
PD8 887 ›
A DEPARTMENTAL IMPLEMENT OF PREVENTION OF MISTREATMENTS
TOWARDS ELDERLY PEOPLE
B. DUPORTET*, M. MAUGOURD, D. GUILLEMET (Champcueil, France)
PD8 888 ›
SEGMENTS: KNOWING THE NEEDS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE
K. LUIJKX*, J. SCHOLS (Tilburg, The Netherlands)
PD8 889 ›
THE SOCIAL WELL-BEING OF RESIDENTS IN EXTRA-CARE HOUSING IN
ENGLAND
L. CALLAGHAN*, A. NETTEN, R. DARTON (Canterbury, United Kingdom)
TITLE NOT RECEIVED
PD8 891 ›
IN THE THIRD AGE WITH PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENTS
PD8 892 ›
UNIFIED ASSESSMENT – POLICY, IMPLEMENTATION AND PRACTICE
N. BEKSAEVA*, M. ELUTINA, A. BORSCHEV (Saratov, Russian Federation)
A. LARSSON* (Norrköping, Sweden)
Wednesday
PD8 890 ›
D. SEDDON*, C. ROBINSON (Bangor, United Kingdom)
PD8 893 ›
METROPOLITAN VERSUS NONMETROPOLITAN VARIATION IN PLACE OF DEATH
IN BELGIUM, THE NETHERLANDS AND ENGLAND
D. HOUTTEKIER*, J. COHEN, J. BILSEN, J. ADDINGTON-HALL, B. ONWUTEAKAPHILIPSEN, L. DELIENS (Brussels, Belgium)
Why geriatrics?,
PD8 894 ›
SURVEY AMONG FINNISH GERIATRICIANS – COMPARISONS BETWEEN 2001
AND 2008
T. STRANDBERG*, P. KOISTINEN, R. ANTIKAINEN, E. KYNSILEHTO, K. MÄÄTTÄ, M. NIEMELÄ, M. SEPPÄNEN, P. VIRAMO, K. PITKÄLÄ (Oulu, Finland)
PD8 895 ›
THE HEALTH CARE EXPERIENCE OF THE OLDEST OLD IN THE UNITED STATES
J. BYNUM*, Y. SONG, E. FISHER (Lebanon, United States)
373
Wednesday 8
PD8 896 ›
Posters
THE DIFFICULT PROGRESS OF GERONTOLOGY AND GERIATRICS IN SLOVENIA
J. RAMOVS*, B. VOLJC (LJUBLJANA, Slovenia)
PD8 897 ›
MANAGEMENT IN VERY OLD PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED FOR LOWER
RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION A STUDY PATTERNS IN FRENCH HOSPITALS
Wednesday
C. CATTENOZ*, D. VEILLARD, C. MICHELET, F. RIOU (Rennes, France)
374
Congress Sponsors
The Organising Committee would like to thank the following companies for
their generous support to the IAGG Congress.
Platinum Sponsor
› Sanofi Pasteur MSD
Gold Sponsors
› CNSA (Caisse nationale de solidarité pour l’autonomie)
› H. Lundbeck A/S
› Servier
Silver Sponsors
› Ipsen Pharma
› Janssen-Cilag
› Merck Sharp & Dohme Chibret
› Mundipharma International Ltd
› Nestlé Nutrition
› Novartis
› sanofi-aventis France
Other Sponsors
› AG2R-Isica
› AP-HP
› Avène-Pierre Fabre
› Caisse des Dépôts
› Eisai Europe Ltd
› European School of Haematology
› Finapres Medical Systems B.V.
› Fondation Caisses d’Epargne pour la Solidarité
› HUR Health & Fitness Equipment
› HUR Labs
› International Antiaging Systems
› INPES
› Linde Healthcare
› Nacda Program on Aging
› National Initiative for the Care of the Ederly
› Nutricia Advance Medical Nutrition
› Nycomed
› Orange Healthcare
› Oxford University Press
› Physio Tools Ltd
› Raisoft
› sanofi-aventis Europe
› The Gerontological Society of America
› Verathon Medical
› Vigilio S.A.
› Vivago
› Wiley-Blackwell
› Wisepress Ltd

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