Our annual seminar will focus on elder abuse innovation, research, policy and practice.
At this one-day evidence-based workshop you will learn the importance of spirituality and spiritual care in aged care.
MARC is putting on two education events in July and August, including the prestigious Annual Symposium.
As part of the JO & JR Wicking Trust and MARC partnership, MARC will offer up to three full-time PhD scholarships of $30,000 a year for three years.
MARC has initiated a study focusing on Victorian nurses, the largest and fastest ageing cohort in the state’s health workforce and nation-wide.
NARI has two dementia projects requiring research participants: Promoting Independence Though Quality dementia Care at Home and Moving Pictures.
NARI has received almost $60,000 from the State Trustees Australia Foundation to trial a new Elder Abuse Screening Instrument (AUSI).
Work is progressing on the development of a portable language translation tool.
ENJOY, a new NARI research program funded through Gandel Philanthropy, will test whether outdoor parks built for seniors do encourage activity.
NARI is saddened by the death of Emeritus Professor Hal Kendig.