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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research
The NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research is the new hub of a $200m Govt initiative turning Australian research into reality.
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Apr 19
Replying to @Kaelelstokes
I like it Kaele! A little bit of sureality in@our lives can’t go astray :)
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Apr 14
is hosting a webinar with A/Prof tomorrow at 1pm AEST. Join Tracy Comans as she applies economic thinking to evaluate health and social care for people living with dementia. Register here:
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Apr 10
NNIDR is now operating under caretaker conventions and will be moderating comments on social media.
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Apr 10
Today on , Dementia Research Development Fellow from has five helpful tips for living with Parkinson's Disease:
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Apr 9
The CALD Dementia Research Action Plan Survey is now open. NNIDR and invite input from researchers, health & ageing service providers, clinicians & interested members of the public to inform the Action Plan. Visit to have your say.
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Samantha Croy Apr 8
Our biggest consultation yet for action plan, organised by the amazing team w recently settled Arabic-speaking community, reiterated themes from Perth Arabic meeting and emphasised refugee concerns about impact of trauma on brain health
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CDPC Apr 4
Webinar Event-Making better decisions – How to apply economic thinking to evaluate health and social care for people living with . ,
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IRNDP Apr 4
The IRNDP is hosting a 24 hour international webinar on dementia prevention. We encourage researchers from all stages of their career to participate in this fantastic opportunity for research dissemination and knowledge translation.
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 25
Early bird registrations are now open for the Australian Dementia Forum 2019, held in Hobart, 13-14 June. Secure your spot early and save. We're looking forward to seeing you in Tasmania.
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 24
Congratulations to Professor , who was recently honoured by with the 2018 APS Distinguished Contribution to Psychological Science Award. Very well deserved!
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CDPC Mar 21
Professor Dimity Pond, part of expert panel Public Lecture Tour, presenting CDPC research on role of GPs in best practice care for people with
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WickingDementia Mar 21
🧠🔬 Wicking News & Research: Dr Helen Courtney-Pratt, the keynote speaker at the NHMRC National Institute for 's Public Lecture Tour for 2019 ()
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 21
If you couldn’t join us at today - has a great thread and summary of the morning. Thanks Leanne!
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 21
Sebastian Caruso and Jeff Thurlow, dementia advocates, speak at the Sydney leg of the National Public Lecture Tour - “Maintaining our lifestyle and independence is really important. We’ve been lucky to have great clinicians and the support of
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 21
Great to hear from on supported decision making for people living with dementia. Craig shared a wonderful resource with us - how supported decision making has positively impacted Therese Flavin
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 21
The final leg of our National Public Lecture Tour is underway in Sydney today. We’re discussing care plans and supported decision making with researchers, health care providers and people living with dementia.
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 21
Thank you Esa! We look forward to reporting back on the full series of discussions soon!
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Dr Anita Goh 🧠 Mar 19
dementia forum. Prof Vincent Mor talking about how we can embed research interventions into the health system. Use pragmatic clusterRCTs. This is why engagement and translational science is so important ! We are doing this
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 21
Replying to @DrAnitaGoh
Sydney tomorrow. And then we write up everything our generous contributors to the tour have advised. To be circulated soon!
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NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research Mar 21
Replying to @LynPhillipson
Thanks Lyn. We are so proud of the work of all our Dementia Research Fellows!
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