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CEPAR Awards and Prizes Roll
CEPAR Awards and Prizes
CEPAR Annual Workshop Best Poster Presentation Awards: CEPAR provides opportunities for students and early- and mid-career researchers to present their research to the extended CEPAR community during dedicated poster sessions at the Centre's Annual Workshops, with prizes being awarded to the best poster presenters.
Hal Kendig Prize for the Best CEPAR PhD Thesis: The Hal Kendig Prize is awarded in commemoration of the late Emeritus Professor Hal Kendig who was a CEPAR Chief Investigator and an important influence on the policy debate around ageing in Australia and internationally. Hal Kendig provided mentorship throughout his career and was especially active in mentoring PhD students.
Acknowledgment of CEPAR Prize Recipients
|CEPAR ANNUAL WORKSHOP BEST POSTER PRESENTATION AWARDS|
YUCHEN XIE, UNSW Science
Best Poster Presentation Award for 'Association of Perceived Social Isolation and Having Unmet Needs for Formal Home Care Among Older Australians'
DOREEN KABUCHE, UNSW Business School
People's Choice Best Poster Presentation Award for 'Mortality Risk Pooling Arrangements using Multi-state Models of Functional Disability and Health Status'
ROSHEN FERNANDO, ANU
Best Poster Presentation Award for 'Role of Demographic Trends in the Evolution of Antimicrobial Resistance: Initial Evidence'
LUCINDA ILES, Curtin University
People's Choice Best Poster Presentation Award for 'Retaining Older STEM Workers: The Role of Leadership and Age Bias'
PHITAWAT POONPOLKUL, ANU
Best Poster Presentation Award for 'Age-Dependent Risk Aversion: Re-evaluating Fiscal Policy Impacts of Population Ageing'
SAMAN KHALATBARI-SOLTANI, The University of Sydney
People's Choice Best Poster Presentation Award for 'The Prospective Association between Socioeconomic Status and Falls among Community-Dwelling Older Men'
LARRY LIU, ANU
Best Poster Presentation Award for ‘Demographic Changes and Global Imbalances’
LUCINDA ILES, Curtin University
People's Choice Best Poster Award for 'Organisational Meta-strategies for Managing Age Diversity’
JANET MACCORA, UNSW Sydney
People's Choice Best Poster Award for 'SuperAgers in an Australian Cohort'
|HAL KENDIG PRIZE FOR BEST CEPAR PHD THESIS|
2022 Hal Kendig Prize for Best CEPAR PhD Thesis in 2021
KOFI AWUVIRY-NEWTON, University of Newcastle
Thesis: Needing, providing and supporting care: a mixed-methods study of older adults’ functional abilities and care needs, caregivers’ lived experiences, and social workers’ contributions in the lives of older adults in Ghana.
Supervisors: CEPAR Associate Investigator Julie Byles, Dr Meredith Tavener and Dr Kylie Wales
2021 Hal Kendig Prize for Best CEPAR PhD Thesis in 2020
MD MIJANUR RAHMAN, University of Newcastle
Thesis: Modelling Trajectories of Aged Care Use Among Older Australian Women
Supervisors: CEPAR Associate Investigator Julie Byles and Liz Holliday
2020 Hal Kendig Prize for Best CEPAR PhD Thesis in 2019
CASSIE CURRYER, University of Newcastle
Thesis: Baby Boomer Women Ageing in Place: Childlessness, Social Policy and Housing in Australia
Supervisors: CEPAR Associate Investigator Julie Byles and Mel Gray
2018 Hal Kendig Prize for Best CEPAR PhD Thesis in 2017
MENGYI XU, UNSW Sydney
Thesis: Retirement Savings and Housing
Supervisors: CEPAR Chief Investigator Michael Sherris, Associate Investigators Adam Wenqiang Shao and Jennifer Alonso-Garcia