Physical activity and older adults: What works?

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Physical activity and older adults: What works? - The role of health professionals

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Physical activity and older adults: What works?

The role of health professionals

Tuesday, 22nd October 2019

Chartered Accountants House

47/49 Pearse Street, Dublin

About this event

The Institute of Public Health in Ireland in partnership with the AIPAAG (All Ireland Physical Activity and Ageing Group) is pleased to invite you to our upcoming event 'Physical activity and older adults: What works? - The role of health professionals'.

This event aims to share learning and facilitate discussion on what works in the area of physical activity and older people.

Speakers and topics

Keynote address

Prof Shane O’Mara, Trinity College Dublin

In Praise of Walking: The New Science of how we Walk and why it’s Good for us

Dr Chris Leggett, Royal College of General Practitioners

An Integrated Approach to Falls, Frailty and Physical Activity in an Ageing Population

Vanda Cummins, Health Service Executive

Strong, Steady and Straight - Raising the bar on keeping older people active

Maurice Dillon Health Service Executive & Julie Broderick, Trinity College Dublin

A physical activity resource for service users – experiences from a mental health setting

Anne Gallagher, Cardiac Rehabilitation Team, Mater Misericordiae Hospital

Exercising at all ages – the Cardiac Rehabilitation experience

Thomas McCabe, Siel Bleu

Programme available here

We would be delighted if you could join us on the day.

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