13th DIHAC study cross-cultural exchange meeting: 12 October 2022
13th Digitally Inclusive, Healthy Ageing Communities (DIHAC) Study Cross-cultural Exchange Meeting
Cross-cultural exchange of the research and experiences in “Digital Inclusion” and “Healthy Ageing” is the breakthrough that DIHAC study team is advocating. In this 13th DIHAC meeting, experts from Singapore and Republic of Korea will share evidence and professional experiences in order to exchange the lessons to learn from the field. It is great pleasure to announce the upcoming 13th DIHAC policy review meeting.
Professor Takeo Ogawa, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus, Kyushu University and Yamaguchi University, Japan will chair the meeting. He is Director of The Asian Aging Business Center, the voluntary organization and formerly he was the President of the Active Aging Consortium Asia Pacific (ACAP).
Participants are multi-disciplinary researchers, global health researchers, epidemiologists, sociologists, medical doctors, nurses, NGOs, NPOs, and PhD students from Japan, ROK, Singapore, Thailand, Kenya, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, South Africa, Ukraine and the UK.
Time: 12th October 2022
17:30 to 19:30 JST (Tokyo, Seoul time) / (16:30 to 18:30 Singapore time)/ (15:30 to 17:30 Bangkok time)
in Zoom, by invitation
(Please register by 12th October 2022 if you are interested! limited seats)
Socializing (5 minutes) Principal Investigator Associate Professor Myo Nyein Aung, Juntendo University, Japan, DIHAC study team and international participants
Professor Takeo Ogawa, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, Kyushu University and Yamaguchi University, Japan
Opening Speech of the Chairperson
Presentation 1: Singapore
Associate Professor Feng Qiushi, PhD : Deputy Head, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Deputy Director, Centre for Family and Population Research (CFPR), Vice President, Population Association of Singapore, National University of Singapore.
Title – Productive Aging and Successful Aging in Singapore
Presentation 2: Singapore
Title: Doing the Unthinkable: Digitalization of Seniors from Virtual Befriending to AI Ecosystems
Presentation 3: Korea
Ms Seokmi Hong, Community Health Nurse Practitioner, Community Health Director, Saje Primary Healthcare post, Wonju
Title: Current Status of Primary Health Care Posts in Republic of Korea
Discussion (30 minutes)
Conclusion: Professor Takeo Ogawa