Curriculum 2022

The balance between gerontology and geriatric topics will be one third.

The monthly 3-hour training sessions organized by the Asian Academy for Medicine on Ageing (AAMA) will start on December 11, 2021 (see News). 

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Healthy Ageing  
11 December 2021 Healthy Ageing Concepts
  Age-friendly Health System
  Community-Based Healthy Ageing
15 January 2022 Epidemiology and Impacts of Malnutrition
  Assessment of Nutritional Status and Oral Health
  Management of Undernutrition in Clinical Settings
12 February 2022 Science of Muscle Ageing
  Definition and Diagnosis
  Treatment and Management for Muscle Health
12 March 2022 Physical Frailty
  Social Frailty and Vulnerability
  Oral Frailty
Dementia and Cognitive Impairment
9 April 2022 Cognitive Ageing
  Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Dementia
  BPSD and Management
Falls and fracture  
14 May 2022 Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Prognosis of Falls
  Using the Falls Assessment to Guide Interventions
  Fracture Liaison Service in the Community
Polypharmacy and Prescribing Approprietness  
11 June 2022 Geriatric Pharmacotherapy: Physiology and Metabolism
  Polypharmacy: Epidemiology and Its Impacts
  Inappropriate Prescribing and Deprescribing
Mental Health  
16 July 2022 Old Age Depression and Management
  Delirium: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prognosis
  Loneliness and Social Isolation
13 August 2022 Intelligence-Based Precision Healthy Ageing
  Development and Application of Robotic Technology
  Gerotechnology in the Care of Older People
Specific Healthcare Models for Older People
10 September 2022 Geriatric Assessment Upon Arrival on the ICU
  Acute Geriatrics: Function-Based Approach
  Health Pathways for Older People in Residential Care
Life-course Vaccination  
15 October 2022 Immune Ageing
  Significance of Vaccination in Old Adults
  Immunization, Public Health, Economy and Well-being
End of life care and palliative care  
12 November 2022 Advance Care Planning: Difference Between East and West
  Home Care for Palliative Care
  End of Life Care in Asian Culture



  • 3 EACCME accreditation per one 3h-session (valid in Europe, Canada, USA) after validation of the quality evaluation of the session

As attendees, trainees

  • 3 EACCME credits for one 3h-session (valid in Europe, Canada, USA)
  • Those who successfully complete the quiz and validate 10 sessions among the twelve 3-hour sessions will be awarded an IAGG – World qualifying certificate of participation

Procedures for specific regional accreditations are under way