12–1pm 24 February 2017
Association between sleep paramaters and the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) score
The elderly Hispanic population is the fastest growing minority population in the United...
12–1pm 24 February 2017
Long term care needs, financial, service delivery system and related issues in China
China is facing significant challenges to care for increasing numbers of aging population,...
2–4 November 2016
The call for abstracts for the 49th AAG Conference being held in Canberra 2-4 November 2016 is opening soon. The conference program will be finalised by mid June. Key dates...
31 October – 1 November 2016
The Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Wellbeing (CRAHW) and the Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) are hosting the 15th National Conference of...
1–2.30pm 24 August 2016
Longitudinal data is necessary to properly investigate changes in human health. This introductory workshop will provide a theoretical and conceptual overview of longitudinal...
12–12.30pm 29 July 2016
Marnie's expertise is in cognitive psychology, cognitive science, and neuropsychology. She is a Research Fellow at CRAHW.
12–12.30pm 1 July 2016
Dr Pushpani Herath is a PhD candidate in CRAHW.
Professor Kaarin Anstey
10am–12pm 15 June 2016
Our brains change as we age. This is natural.
We might slow down, but our ability to think, reason, plan, learn and remember is essential to our overall health.
12–1pm 3 June 2016
Natasha is a PhD candidate researching stereotypes and age and cross cultural differences in self perceptions of ageing.
1–3 May 2016
The NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research (NNIDR) invites you to ‘Save the Date’ for the inaugural NNIDR symposium in Brisbane – AUSTRALIAN DEMENTIA...
12.30pm 22 April 2016
To coincide with World Happiness Day on March 20th, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) released the World Happiness Report 2016, ranking 156 nations...
12pm 22 April 2016
Policy-makers struggle to find ways of improving provider quality in long-term care over and above minimum standards. There is a lack of evidence on which methods are...
12pm 8 April 2016
By 2050, around 1 in 5 of the world's population will be aged 60 and over. Although high income countries have been the first places to experience ‘...
2–4pm 24 March 2016
This is an invitation from the College of Medicine, Biology and Environment (CMBE) to a seminar/workshop aimed at Early Career Academics.
If you want to get something done, or...
10am–12pm 16 March 2016
Alzheimer’s Australia has been promoting dementia research, working with local researchers and providing dementia research funding since the early 1980s. Researchers are...
12.30–1pm 11 March 2016
Little is known about how and why functional ability changes in the very old (aged 85+) although this is the fastest growing section of most populations worldwide....
12–12.20pm 11 March 2016
The dominant stereotype of welfare recipients is that they are lazy and dependent. Using character rating experiments we found that current welfare recipients are...
11am–12pm 8 March 2016
Professor Laurie Brown is one of Australasia's leading health analysts and modellers. In this seminar she is presenting work undertaken by NATSEM through its participation in...
4.30–6pm 11 November 2015
In the current absense of approved medication for cognitive impairment before reaching the dementia threshold, Professor Lautenschlager from the University of Melbourne will...
12–2pm 4 November 2015
There is growing evidence that physical activity may play an important role as a protective lifestyle factor in the quest to delay the onset of cognitive impairment and dementia...