Events

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Past Events

Webinar: Involving CALD Communities in Dementia Research

With one in three older people being from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background, Australia is both an increasingly ageing and multicultural nation. However, there is an under-representation of CALD communities in dementia research. Consequently, many research findings translated into clinical practice and social policy are culturally inappropriate, disregard biological differences across Australia’s multicultural groups, and perpetuate social inequalities.

Cost: Free
Venue: Zoom Online Webinar

Changed behaviours and psychological symptoms associated with dementia: Two Online Symposia

The Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC) has organised two online symposia to take place in November 2020. You can register and submit an abstract for FREE here. Please see details below and attached poster. You can register to attend both or just one of the two.

Cost: Free
Venue: Online

Citizen Science and Step Up for Dementia Research

Citizen Science and Step Up for Dementia Research: A Game Changer in Dementia Research with Professor Yun-Hee Jeon

Cost: Free
Venue: Online Webinar

Online Webinar: View of Dementia from a Public Health and Population Perspective

Contemporary Populations and Dementia: What have we learnt and where are we headed?

Cost: Free
Venue: Online

Online Webinar: Making better decisions…

Making better decisions – How to apply economic thinking to evaluate health and social care for people living with dementia.

Cost: Free
Venue: Webinar Online