CEPAR researchers have been recognised with the Best Paper Award in the IAA Section Colloquium 2019 by the Pensions, Benefits and Social Security Section (PBSS) of the International Actuarial Association (IAA).
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Within the lifetime of Australia’s millennials, the occurrence of heatwaves will triple and they will be longer leading to increased deaths among the nation’s elderly, an Actuaries Institute Dialogue paper, co-authored by CEPAR Senior Research Fellow Rafal Chomik and CEPAR Associate Investigator Ramona Meyricke, on the widespread impacts of climate change has found.
New guidelines, co-authored by CEPAR Deputy Director Kaarin Anstey and CEPAR Associate Investigator Ruth Peters, have been issued for Australian GPs that could help reduce dementia rates in Australia.
At over 70 years of age, Dr Richard Arthur graduated from the Australian National University (ANU) this year with a Doctor of Philosophy after completing his thesis, which examines associations between anxiety and cognitive ageing.
CEPAR Co-Deputy Director Kaarin Anstey, Scientia Professor of Psychology at UNSW Sydney, has been recognised with a prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowship from the Australian Research Council (ARC), announced by Federal Minister for Education Dan Tehan.
Older Australians could be more likely to use reverse mortgages if they were flexible and easy to understand, and if they were marketed to both older residents and their adult children, according to research done by CEPAR at the UNSW Business School.
Noted experts report on the latest research into potential risk factors for dementia and how to reduce these risks in this special supplement to the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease from the International Research Network on Dementia Prevention (IRNDP).
CEPAR members Kaarin Anstey, Scientia Professor of Psychology at UNSW Sydney, and CEPAR Advisory Board member Ian Yates AM, Chief Executive of COTA Australia, have been appointed to the Dementia, Ageing and Aged Care Research Mission Expert Advisory Panel.
New research has identified how organisations can overcome the so-called ‘challenge’ of Australia’s ageing workforce in order to reap the benefits of an age diverse workforce.