Two projects have started through the MARC seed funding program.
Two Victorian hospitals will take part in a project to see if it is possible to promote mobility and physical activity among older people in hospital.
NARI researchers have shown that e-interpreting is an effective alternative to face-to-face interpreting for older people from CALD backgrounds.
Residents at Liscombe House, Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria aged care facility, are taking part in the NARI befriending program.
Paulene Mackell attended the Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference in Darwin.
NARI researchers have been out and about across Australia presenting their latest research findings, as well as delivering training.
NARI has become a partner of Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH),
Depression and anxiety in older adults are major public health challenges globally, yet older people are often overlooked in the mental health system.
We welcome Professor Danny Liew to the NARI board.
Congratulations to our President Associate Professor Michael Murray who was appointed a Member (AM).