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Application form THE XVth COURSE IS FULLY BOOKED, applications will be considered or the XVIth course 2026-2027
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Course overview

 

 

This intensive study course composed of four sessions, is directed towards faculty members of departments of geriatrics and academic teachers planning a career in geriatrics or in medical gerontology.  The course can also be attended by junior potential academic staff working in other fields (internal medicine, sub-specialties, biology) involving the ageing process and care of elderly people.

 

The programme aims to increase scientific, clinical, educational and managerial competences in medical gerontology. A certificate will be issued by the European Academy for Medicine of Ageing after the successful conclusion of the four sessions.

 

Following are the dates and topics for EAMA Course XV.

 

 



Principles of Geriatric Care

 

 


Milan, Italy

 

  January 29 - February 2, 2024

 

 

 

 

 



Cognition and Behaviour and Network meeting

 

 

 

Ávila, Spain 

 

 

1 - 5 July ,  2024

 

 

 

 

 



From Evidence to Care Delivery in Geriatric Medicine

 

 

Athens, Greece

 

 

27 - 31 January, 2025

 

 


 



How to Promote Health and Provide Geriatric Care

 

 




23 -27  June,  2025

 

 

 

 

COURSE FEE

Course cost:  EURO 12,000.-  diploma fee included, paid in 2 instalments.  

This includes tuition, hotel accommodation and meals for the entire course (four weeks of five days).  

 

Except for very serious personal or professional reasons, any cancellation prior to 2 months before the beginning of a session will be charged EURO 450.-. 

Thereafter, a session fee of EURO 1,600.- will be charged.

 

APPLICATIONS

Apply now for the XIVth course!

Please note that we advice to follow the course form session 1 and continue until graduation.
However it is allowed to join at a ongoing course with permission of the board.

 

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