Live, Learn & Work: Exploring Possibilities with Longevity

  • November 12, 2015 • 12 AM – 12 AM

The symposium onLive, Learn & Work: Exploring Possibilities with Longevity” took place at National University of Singapore on November 12, 2015 to define the framework for transforming Singapore’s rapid ageing into a demographic powerhouse. Symposium organizers are Duke University Graduate Medical School – Singapore and the Centre for Ageing Research & Education (CARE). Next Age Institute (NAI), NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Social Science and Policy Cluster, and Alexandra Health are co-organizers.

Dr. Ursula M. Staudinger, Director of Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center at Columbia University delivered the keynote address Mastering Demographic Change: Health, Work and Education.

The event featured three panels with experts in policy and practice:

  • Health Panel – Multidisciplinary approaches to health, frailty, and resilience
    • Ng Tze Pin, Gerontology Research Programme, National University of Singapore
    • Philip Yap, Geriatric Centre, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
    • Wong Loong Mun, Agency for Integrated Care
  • Work Panel – Shifting mindsets, changing paradigms
    • Ursula Staudinger, Columbia Aging Center, Columbia University
    • Rosalyn Ten, Tripartite Alliance for Fair Employment Practices
    • Lim Sia Hoe, Centre for Seniors
  • Learning Panel – Redefining and expanding the horizons for study, participation and growth
    • Helen Ko, Beyond Age
    • Soh Swee Ping, Council for Third Age

For inquiries, please contact Angela Peh at angela.peh@duke-nus.edu.sg