8. May 2019 | Jochen Kilian Japan is the fastest aging society in the world. Therefore, it is a pioneer when it comes to addressing the challenge of long-term care. This symposium intends to enhance the exchange of ideas and research results on the management of long-term care in Japan and Germany, between practitioners and scholars from both countries. We thus create a forum that enables a transfer of knowledge between Japan and Germany as well as between research and practice. The symposium focuses specifically on how to develop and secure qualified personnel in long-term care in the face of a growing staff shortage. With Japan being a forerunner in the advancement of technology in long-term care, the symposium also deals with the use of technology and the power of innovation to facilitate independent living of care receivers and improve care work. Long-Term Care in Dialogue: Best Practice from Japan and Germany on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 Venue: Hamburg Innovation GmbH, Harburger Schlossstr. 6-12, 21079 Hamburg Organizer: Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB), Department of Asia-Africa Studies (AAI) at Universität Hamburg and Hamburg Innovation GmbH (HI) Program and online registration draft program (PDF) For participation please register here Registration deadline: May 22, 2019.