Past events

8am 14 September – 4.05pm 18 September 2015
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) is proud to offer this five day workshop for early career researchers hosted by the Centre for Research in...
12.30–1.30pm 17 June 2015
The workshop will address specific issues in knowledge translation in population health.
12am–1pm 6 February 2015
Dr.Bram Vanhoutte is a Post-doctoral Researcher on the Frailty, Resilience and Inequality in Later Life (fRaill) project (http://www.micra.manchester.ac.uk/research/fraill/) and...
11 November 2014
The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia’s 2014 Annual Symposium in collaboration with ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR); Population...
10–11pm 31 October 2014
The safety of older drivers is a challenging and emotive issue. While the majority of older drivers are relatively safe, there are a small proportion of drivers who are unsafe,...
19 September 2014
For the 2014 forum, the priority topic is Knowledge Translation (KT). In addition to showcasing and celebrating the achievements of the DCRCs (in collaboration with...
8.45am 27 August 2014
While it is widely recognised that the Australian population is ageing and average life expectancy is increasing, less attention is given to differences in chances of reaching Age...
8.45am–1pm 27 August 2014
While it is widely recognised that the Australian population is ageing and average life expectancy is increasing, less attention is given to differences in chances of reaching Age...
5am 20 August 2014
Dementia is a national health priority and scientists are working hard to delay, prevent and ultimately find a cure. Join Paul Barclay from ABC Radio National and five...
8am 16 August 2014
Dementia is a national health priority and scientists are working hard to delay, prevent and ultimately find a cure. Alzheitmer's Australia and CRAHW DCRC hosted a stand in...
10.30am 14 August 2014
The importance of subgroups: Elevated levels of plasma total homocysteine are an established risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. High homocysteine (tHcy) is also associated...
10.30am–11.30pm 11 August 2014
Elevated levels of plasma total homocysteine are an established risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. High homocysteine (tHcy) is also associated with a faster rate of brain...
9.30am–4.30pm 23 July 2014
Over the last 10 years we’ve seen more research addressing the potential impact of fatherhood on men’s mental health in Australia. This workshop will summarise this...
8am 17 June – 5pm 19 June 2014
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) is proud to offer this three day workshop for early career researchers hosted by the Centre for Research in...
11am 7 May 2014
Age-related hearing loss in older adults is often perceived as being an unfortunate but relatively inconsequential part of aging. However, the broader implications of hearing loss...
2–3pm 13 December 2013
The most developed countries with low mortality (i.e. the well-established market economies of Australia, Japan, North America, and Western Europe), whose life expectancies (LE)...
11am–12pm 13 December 2013
Lessons for health and care practice and policy: The population aged 85 years and over are the fastest growing section of our populations in most countries and in the UK their...
11am 10 October 2013
In order to promote the concept that old age is a dynamic stage of one’s life and that it should be regarded as an achievement—and not a disaster—for both,...
6–7.30pm 9 October 2013
The Longevity Revolution does not simply mean 30 additional years in “old age”. Rather, it provides 30 years of enormous potential for society as a whole in addition...
8.30am 10 August – 6am 12 August 2013
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) is proud to offer this three day workshop focused on cross-sectional data for health expectancies calculated...

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