IPMT MALAYSIA (International Postgraduate Medical Training)

8 Jul – 15 Jul 2018 Penang, Malaysia

2017 Elderly Care Conference 老年護理講座

Social, Cultural and Individual Challenges
in Elderly Care

People in developed countries are getting much older than in former times. At the same time the social structures have changed and multi-generation-housing becomes rare. This means that many seniors are not cared any more by family members living close to them. On the other hand, infants and small children cannot be co-educated by their grandparents and need to go to kindergartens in very early age. One child policy and career orientated lifestyles will change the demographical constitution of the population. There will be an increasing lack of caring competencies in those generations who are not experienced in meeting, assisting, care and nursing elderly people. Will there be enough human and financial resources to care for the elder generation in the future? What are our needs, ideals, longings, intentions to spend the last periods of our life? Will there be enough facilities to care for seniors? What kind of care do we need?

Elderly have long and intensive life experiences. How can this knowledge become fruitful for the present generation? Can the younger generation accept and transform the past? The presence for elderly people needs integration in a loving social environment. What are the mental and emotional challenges to serve this need? Ageing seems to be a continuous reduction of physical health, mobility and mental abilities. How can we change this sidedness in our view on the future and expand it to a positive perspective, which includes spiritual development? What does this mean for caregiving?

Speaker : Mr Rolf Heine

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Mr. Heine work in the Filderklinik, which is an Anthroposophic Hospital near Stuttgart, Germany as a nurse (www.filderklinik.de) He is the manager and teacher in the Academy of Anthroposophic Nursing at the Filderklinik. He is also a coordinator of the International Forum for Anthroposophic Nursing in the Medical Section.

Date : 11/11/2017 – 12/11/2017

Time: 11/11/2017 (Sat) 8.30am – 9pm & 12/11/2017 (Sun) 8.30am – 6pm

Venue: Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort
(527, Jalan Tanjung Bungah, Tanjung Tokong, 11200 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia)

Course Fee and Details:
1. RM350 Early bird- registration and full payment made on / before 30/09/2017
2.RM450 registration or full payment made after 30/09/2017
Includes 2 days of meals:
   11/11/2017 vegetarian lunch, vegetarian dinner and 2 tea breaks
   12/11/2017 vegetarian lunch and 2 tea breaks
3. Payment bank in to : Public Bank: 465 635 5310  LIM BEE KEAN
4. After the payment  please Whatsapp:  Lee Feei Yng 017-2381511

For online registration please click here.

老年护理所面对的社会、文化与个人挑战

先进国的人民平均寿命比以前增长,同时社会架构已经改变,大家庭同住一屋檐下的形式已经很少见。这意味着许多年长的老人并没有邻近的亲人看护。另一方面,婴儿与小孩由于没有祖父母照顾而需提早进入幼儿园。一胎政策和以事业为重的生活方式将改变人口的分布模式。在这缺乏接触、照顾与护理年迈老人经验的新一代中,越来越多的人没有护理与关怀的能力。那我们的未来是否拥有足够的人力与资金来照顾老一代呢?我们在人生最后阶段的需求、理想、渴望与目的又是什么?届时是否有足够的设施来看护老年人?我们即将需要怎样的护理呢?

老年人拥有丰富深入的人生阅历,这些知识该怎样帮助下一代呢?年轻一代是否可以接受及改变过去?老年人需要被接纳于一个充满爱与关怀的社交环境。为了满足这需求,到底有什么精神与情绪上的挑战呢?老化现象看起来就是持续下降的身体健康、行动能力与智力。我们该怎么改变我们对未来这种单面性的观点并把它转变成正面,包括灵性发展的一面呢?这对于护理来说又意味着什么?

主讲老师:人智学护理 – 罗夫海纳

RolfHeine (1)

海纳先生是一名护理专员,就职于靠近德国斯图加特的Filderklinik人智学医院,在其人智学护理学院负责管理与教学,同时他也是人智学护理国际论坛医学组的协调员。

日期      : 11/11/2017 – 12/11/2017

时间      : 11/11/2017 (六) 8.30am – 9pm &  12/11/2017 (日) 8.30am – 6pm

地点      : Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort
527, Jalan Tanjung Bungah, Tanjung Tokong, 11200 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.

课程费用及付款详情:
1. RM350 – 早鸟登记 – 30/09/17之前报名并全额付款
2. RM450 – 30/09/2017之后报名或全额付款
* 含两天膳食11/11/2017 – 素食午餐,素食晚餐和2茶歇, 12/11/2017素食午餐和2茶歇
3. 请汇款至: Public Bank: 465 635 5310  LIM BEE KEAN
4.汇款后请  Whatsapp :  Lee Feei Yng 017-2381511

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