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New guidelines outline how much physical exercise older Australians concerned about their memory should be aiming for each week, to help maintain brain health.


The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) has received almost $60,000 from the State Trustees Australia Foundation to trial a new Elder Abuse Screening Instrument (AUSI).


he Melbourne Ageing Research Collaboration (MARC) has initiated a study focusing on Victorian nurses, the largest and fastest ageing cohort in the state’s health workforce and nation-wide.


Preventing avoidable hospital admissions for people living with dementia will be under the microscope as a new research project kicks off in Victoria.


Minister Wyatt launched the new Advance Care Planning in Aged Care Guide, a new resource to help aged care residents, families and aged care providers better support individual choices in their health care. The Guide was developed by Advance Care Planning Australia in partnership with the National Ageing Research Institute.