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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 Jan 14
has opened a 2019 funding call for international collaborations in dementia research. Information on the call is available here
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Dementia Institute Jan 10
NIH Research Summit on Care, Services and Supports 2017 - Time for an Australian Summit? See the report here and share your thoughts. How far have we come in Australia? What are our priorities for research action?
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Dementia Institute Jan 10
The Robert L. Kane Postdoctoral Fellowship in Aging, Dementia and Long-Term Care at call for applications is now open. International candidates will be considered. Visit to find out more.
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Dementia Institute Jan 10
Great to see one of our Leadership Fellows providing advice and education on this important international dementia support platform
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Dementia Institute Jan 10
New packages allow people to live at home for longer and also provide important support for their carers, says
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Amit Lampit Jan 8
Balanced story on cognitive rehabilitation in dementia. It's important to raise awareness to this viable intervention and examine how it interacts with other approaches.
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Dementia Institute Jan 2
NHMRC - ARC Dementia Research Development Fellows working on healthy ageing take note....
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Dementia Institute Dec 23
Replying to @AlzDisInt @DementiaAus
Congratulations - another excellent use of technology to the benefit of people with dementia and their carers
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NHMRC Dec 20
will fund 31 more of Australia’s most talented female researchers through a special initiative to address the difference in funded rates between female and male lead investigators. Read the full media release here
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Dementia Institute retweeted
10 News First Dec 20
: For families and friends of someone living with dementia, just knowing what to say can be, hard, and the holidays make it even tougher. But this year, there's something to help, that uses fun to get the conversation started.
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Dementia Institute Dec 17
Congratulations to Jürgen and team at CJCADR - important new funding of $10m to take an exciting concept further. Well deserved!
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Dementia Australia Dec 14
PLEASE RETWEET this good news. Here’s a story from about the $1Million grant projects announced today.
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Dementia Institute Dec 13
calls to halve use of unnecessary medicines in older Australians Congratulations Professor Hilmer and your USYD team
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Dementia Institute Dec 13
Congratulations - very well deserved!
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Dementia Institute Dec 3
You both sound great! Thanks for sharing. 🙂
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Dementia Institute Dec 3
....until breakthroughs are made in prevention or curative treatment, the burden will grow......
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Dementia Institute Dec 3
Tuning in to NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Development Fellow on 'Science from the Source' now.
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Sharon Naismith Nov 29
Thrilled to receive the SMHR Oration for prominence in mental health research. Enormous gratitude to my career mentor , awesome colleagues & and to my team esp. & Loren Mowszowski and ongoing support from
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Dementia Australia Nov 30
A Better Visit app acts as a bridging mechanism and a conversation starter. The series of interactive games was developed with people living with & has their specific needs built in. Download here
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Dementia Institute Nov 29
NNIDR researchers alert - funding for UK collaborations in effectiveness, costs and broader impact of healthcare treatments and tests - Combination treatment for dementia with Lewy Bodies and Parkinson's, dementia care planning, deprescribing
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