Our free Seminars in Ageing program runs Tuesday from 12.00-1.00pm on a fortnightly basis. The seminars are currently held online and aim to present the most recent evidence in ageing and aged care research.
Past seminars are available to view on our seminar recordings page.
The Seminars in Ageing program is jointly hosted by the National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) and the Academic Unit for the Psychiatry of Old Age, The University of Melbourne (AUPOA).
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Professor Joan Ostaszkiewicz, Professor Katie Featherstone, and Dr Tiina Vaittinen presents: The limits and ethics of autonomy and choice in older people who are care-dependent
Dr Clarissa Giebel presents: The long-term impacts of the pandemic on the mental health of carers of people with dementia
Dr Vera Costa from Monash University presents: Mental health outcomes of family carers during the transition of their family member to residential aged care
Dr Helen Barrie presents: Using Citizen Science to Explore the Age Friendliness of Cities
Professor Olivier Piguet presents: Things we know, things we wish we knew - Challenging in diagnosing frontotemporal dementia.