Past events

Find information about past events.

11
Mar
2016

CRAHW Visitor Seminar: Transitions and trajectories of disability in the very old: the Newcastle 85+ study »

12.30pm 11 March 2016

Dr Andrew Kingston uses the Newcastle 85+ Study to explore the impact of disease on incident disability.

11
Mar
2016

CRAHW Seminar: Community socio-economic status does not protect those receiving unemployment benefits from violence »

12pm 11 March 2016

Using character rating experiments we found that current welfare recipients are dehumanized, but former recipients are viewed as if they never received welfare.

08
Mar
2016

How many Australians will have dementia in 2050? The challenges of projection estimation »

11am 8 March 2016

Professor Laurie Brown presents work undertaken by NATSEM through its participation in the DCRC-EDP initiative in estimating future numbers of people with dementia.

03
Mar
2016

Epidemiological tools to inform malaria control: From endemic regions to near elimination »

12.30pm 3 March 2016

Tehzeeb Zulfiqar presents on epidemiological tools to inform malaria control.

22
Feb
2016

Interventions to reduce suicide at suicide hotspots »

12pm 22 February 2016

Professor Jane Pirkis, Director of the Centre for Mental Health in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, speaks about interventions to reduce suicide at suicide hotspots.

21
Jan
2016

Baseline analyses of soil-transmitted helminths in Timor-Leste »

12.30pm 21 January 2016

Suzy Campbell, PhD Candidate in Global Health Division, presents a baseline analyses of soil-transmitted helminths in Timor-Leste

12
Nov
2015

CISA Project: Creating a health research centre in Angola »

12.30pm 12 November 2015

The CISA Project aims to create a health research centre in Caxito, Northern Angola, and is the result of an agreement between the Portuguese and Angolan Governments, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

11
Nov
2015

Cognitive impairment in older age: update on diagnosis, management and prevention »

4.30pm 11 November 2015

In the current absense of approved medication for cognitive impairment before reaching the dementia threshold, Professor Lautenschlager from the University of Melbourne will discuss the consideration of non-pharmacological management approaches for people with memory complaints.

05
Nov
2015

Transforming Primary Care the Canadian Way: Successes, Challenges, Lessons Learned, and Next Steps »

12pm 5 November 2015

Dr Rick Glazier, ICES Senior Scientist and Program Lead of Primary Care and Population Health, presents on successes, challenges, lessons learned, and next steps of transforming Primary Care in Canada.

26
Oct
2015

DFAT health strategy »

12pm 26 October 2015

DFATs Principal Health Sector Specialis Benedict David presents DFAT Health Strategy.

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