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Aug. 18-21. American Psychological Association 113th Annual Convention, Washington, D.C. Contact: (800) 374-2721 or (202) 336-5500; website: www.apa.org/convention05.

Sept. 12-15. American Society on Aging 2005 East Coast Autumn Series, Philadelphia. Also, Sept. 26-29, West Coast Autumn Series, San Francisco. Contact: (800) 537-9728; e-mail: au lumnseries@asaging.org; website: www.asag ing.org/autumn-series.

Sept. 13-17. "The Intergenerational Current: Across the Life Span and Around the Globe," Generations United 13th Annual International Conference, Washington Marriott hotel, Washington, D.C. Contact: (202) 289-3979; e-mail: gu@gu.org; website: www.gu.org.

Sept. 14-17. 22nd Annual UCLA Intensive Course in Geriatric Medicine and Board Review, Marina del Rey (California) Marriott hotel. Contact: (310) 312-0531; e-mail: prjackso@med net.ucla.edu.

Sept. 20-24. "Aging With Dignity: New Challenges, New Possibilities, New Solutions," International Psychogeriatric Association 12th Congress, Stockholm, Sweden. Contact: Congrex Sweden AB, phone: +46 8 459 66 00; fax: +46 8 661 91 25; general-query e-mail: ipa2005@con grex.se; registration and accommodation: ipa 2005.registration@congrex.se; website: www.ip a-online.org.

Oct. 15-20. "We're on the Brink of the Future, Are You?" 77th American Health Information Management Association Convention and Exhibition, San Diego Convention Center. Contact: (312) 233-1 100; e-mail: info@ahima.org; web-site: www.ahima.org/convention.

Oct. 20. "International Forum on Long-Term Care: Delivering Quality Care With a Global Workforce," Grand Hyatt Washington (D.C.). Sponsor: AARP Global Aging Program. Free admission but registration required. Contact: Jessica Frank, AARP International Affairs Specialist, phone: (202) 434 2409; e-mai: jefrank@aarp. …