The International Long-term care Policy Network (ILPN) is a network of researchers, policy-makers and other stakeholders which promotes the global exchange of evidence and knowledge on long-term care policy.
The 6th International Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-term Care will take place in Central London, UK:
17.30 (BST) on Wednesday 7 September 2022
14.00 (BST) on Saturday 10 September 2022
The conference aims to bring together participants from academia, policy and practice to exchange new evidence, ideas, policy approaches, innovations and challenges in the field of long-term care.
The ILPN Conference 2022 will offer an opportunity to debate with international academics, policy makers and other experts.
The ILPN Conference 2022 will be taking place in-person only.
Deadline for submission of abstract – Closed
Acceptance notification – Closed
Early bird registration deadline – 17 June 2022
Author registration deadline – 30 June 2022
Delegate registration deadline – 6 September 2022
ILPN2022-Conference – 7 – 10 September 2022
Fee information is provided below:
|Early bird||Regular||Day pass||Day pass||Half-day pass|
|Full-time students (proof required)||£175||£290||£135||£145||£80|
|Academic staff, public sector, non-profit and voluntary sector||£350||£480||£214||£231||£103|
Refunds: Cancellations by 7 August 2022 will be refunded subject to a small administrative fee; cancellations by 22 August will be refunded at 50% of the fee paid.
Please view information about accommodation here.
If you have any queries about the conference, please contact the ILPN Organising Committee at email@example.com.
Dr Ishtar Govia, University of the West Indies
Professor David C. Grabowski, Harvard Medical School
Professor Teppo Kroger, University of Jyväskylä
KEY TOPICS INCLUDE:
- the organisation, delivery and regulation of long-term care services
- payment schemes and funding of long-term care
- prevention strategies in long-term care
- innovations in long-term care
- aspects of integrated care
- dementia care
- digitalisation, big data and long-term care
- measuring effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of long-term care service provision
- projections of long-term care (service) demand and supply
- the impact of COVID on long-term care systems
- long-term care workforce
- migration and long-term care
- volunteering and long-term care
- the provision and support of informal care
- gender issues in long-term care provision
- austerity / welfare state retrenchment and long-term care
- long-term care in middle and low income countries
- international comparisons of long-term care systems
- long-term care markets
- ageing and inequality: implications for long-term care
- other relevant evidence-based LTC policy topics will also be considered