Webinars

Webinar: Involving CALD Communities in Dementia Research

Presented by Associate Professor Bianca Brijnath

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.

Recorded Thursday 15 April, 2021
Presented by Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC)
Running Time: 53:30

Webinar: Day 1 – Changed behaviours and psychological symptoms associated with dementia

In November 2020 two DCRC online symposia took place for people interested in dementia research on improving care and reducing changed behaviours and psychological symptoms associated with dementia.

The aims of Day 1 of the symposia were to discuss research activities involving changed behaviours and/or psychological symptoms associated with dementia and care for people living with dementia. This event forms part of the special interest group led by Dr Claire Burley

Recorded Wednesday, 4 November 2020
Presented by Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC)
Running Time: 02:30:00

Webinar: Day 2 – Anxiety and Depression in Dementia Research Network (ADDResearch)

In November 2020 two DCRC online symposia took place for people interested in dementia research on improving care and reducing changed behaviours and psychological symptoms associated with dementia.

The aims of Day 2 of the symposia were to launch the new ‘Anxiety and Depression in Dementia Research Network (ADDResearch)’ and the focus was on research into anxiety and depression in dementia. This network is a collaboration between UNSW Sydney and the University of Queensland and is co-led by Drs Claire Burley and Nadeeka Dissanayaka.

Recorded Wednesday, 11 November 2020
Presented by Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC) & University of Queensland
Running Time: 02:30:00

Webinar: Decision making ability, capacity, and competency

What they are and how to assess them in persons living with dementia.

Recorded Apr 16, 2019

Presented by Jason Karlawish
University of Pennsylvania
Penn Memory Center

Running Time: 51:01

Webinar: Time Travelling with Technology (TTT) for People with Dementia

Time Travelling with Technology (TTT) for People with Dementia

Recorded 26 April, 2019

Presented by Professor Kate Stevens
Director of MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour & Development at Western Sydney University

Running Time: 54:58

Webinar: The NEW DCRC – Panel Discussion

A DCRC Panel Discussion
Recorded Nov 26, 2018

Presented by Prof. Kaarin Anstey, Janice Besch, Prof. Elizabeth Beattie and Prof. Henry Brodaty

Running Time: 1:01:04

Webinar: Making better decisions

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

Recorded Apr 16, 2019

Presented by Tracy Comans
University of Queensland

Running Time: 51:34

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

Recorded Jun 13, 2019

Presented by Carol Brayne
Director, Cambridge Institute of Public Health

Running Time: 59:02

Webinar: Citizen Science and Step Up for Dementia Research

Recorded 27 August 2019

Presented by Yun-Hee Jeon, RN, PhD
Sydney Nursing School

Running Time: 51:17

Webinar: Understanding Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia and Antipsychotic Medications

How to understand, prevent, and remedy Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD). This video is a webinar originally recorded for the HALT project as part of an accredited educational activity for GPs.

Recorded June 2016

Presenter: Professor Henry Brodaty

Running Time: 90 minutes