Media coverage

NARI's researchers and Ambassadors are frequently cited in the media or are asked to prepare comment pieces.

To talk to a researcher or seek a comment piece, please contact:

Rebecca Matthews

Media and Communications Manager

T: +61 3 8387 2314




The ‘Moving Pictures’ project has come up with an innovative way to raise awareness of dementia in Australia's diverse communities.


The key themes for Eastern Elder Abuse Network’s World Elder Abuse Awareness Day at Box Hill Town Hall were “Together we can stop elder abuse” and “There’s no excuse for elder abuse”.


Interviews with terminally ill patients and their families highlight the importance and complexities of discussions about place of care and place of death.


In a trend that has taken off around the world, could Australian neighbourhoods soon be seeing the addition of playgrounds designed for our senior citizens? As reported here by Seniors News, a trial by the National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is examining whether playgrounds for older Australians can provide the same mental and physical health benefits as it does for kids.


Aged care expert and NARI President Associate Professor Michael Murray has been recognised in the Queens’s Birthday Honours list.