Events

Post-Stroke Dementia
Post-Stroke Dementia
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor Rajesh Kalaria of Newcastle University, for his talk: Post-Stroke Dementia The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor Kalaria. Dementia develops in 30% of elderly people who survive after stroke. Various… Read More
Rethinking Support after Dementia Diagnosis: Unmet Needs and Evidence for Rehabilitation
Rethinking Support after Dementia Diagnosis: Unmet Needs and Evidence for Rehabilitation
Australians with dementia and carers often receive minimal health treatments and psychosocial supports following diagnosis. This webinar will describe their unmet needs for information, psychosocial support, and treatments to optimise function and wellbeing. There is strong evidence that… Read More
Keeping Connected, Social Health and Ageing | Older Persons Mental Health Service
Keeping Connected, Social Health and Ageing | Older Persons Mental Health Service
The COVID pandemic has impacted the ways in which we remain socially connected. THIS IS A FREE ONLINE EVENT The forum will examine the importance of being connected and provide strategies for mental health resilience when social connections are disrupted by COVID restrictions and will… Read More
Rethinking Dementia Diagnostic Conversation
Rethinking Dementia Diagnostic Conversation
After receiving a diagnosis of dementia, patients and their carers describe feeling lost and overwhelmed. They report receiving insufficient information and advice about what to do next and planning for the future. Dementia diagnostic guidelines abound, but less attention has been given… Read More
Wisdom, Ageing, and the Pandemics
Wisdom, Ageing, and the Pandemics
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor Dilip Jeste of the University of California San Diego, for his talk: Wisdom, Ageing, and the Pandemics The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor Jeste Discussed in religions and philosophies for millennia,… Read More
Support CHeBA in the Blackmores Virtual Sydney Running Festival 2021
Support CHeBA in the Blackmores Virtual Sydney Running Festival 2021
Did you know that physical activity throughout life influences brain health in late life? With COVID-19 restricting us in many ways, this is your opportunity to get active in a virtual event while raising funds for vital dementia research. The future of ageing will be greatly impacted by… Read More
Preventing Dementia: What Should We Do?
Preventing Dementia: What Should We Do?
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor Gill Livingston of University College London, for her talk: Preventing Dementia: What Should We Do? The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor Livingston Prof Livingston will discuss the evidence that… Read More
Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Lewy Body dementia
Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Lewy Body dementia
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor John O'Brien of the University of Cambridge, for his talk: Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Lewy Body Dementia The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor O'Brien Lewy body dementia, comprising both… Read More
Update on Cognitive Reserve
Update on Cognitive Reserve
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor Yaakov Stern of Columbia University, for his talk: Update on Cognitive Reserve The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor Stern Professor Stern will give a brief history of the concepts underlying reserve,… Read More
Population Studies and our Ageing Brains Today
Population Studies and our Ageing Brains Today
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor Carol Brayne of the University of Cambridge, for her talk: Population Studies and our Ageing Brains Today The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor Brayne This presentation will include a brief resume of… Read More
Super Ageing and… Super-Duper Ageing?
Super Ageing and… Super-Duper Ageing?
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor Roddy Roediger of Washington University in St. Louis, for his talk: Super Ageing and… Super-Duper Ageing? The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor Roediger Super ageing was originally defined as a condition… Read More
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series: Professor Ron Petersen, Mayo Clinic
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series: Professor Ron Petersen, Mayo Clinic
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor Ron Petersen of Mayo Clinic, for his talk: Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease in the Biomarker Era: Promises and Pitfalls The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor Petersen The landscape for making the diagnosis… Read More
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series: Professor Hanzhang Lu, Johns Hopkins University
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series: Professor Hanzhang Lu, Johns Hopkins University
CHeBA Visiting Lecture Series presents Professor Hanzhang Lu of Johns Hopkins University, for his talk: Brain Vascular Function in Ageing and Cognitive Impairment The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session with Professor Lu… Read More
Positive Mental Health, Positive Ageing
Positive Mental Health, Positive Ageing
Positive Mental Health, Positive Ageing Presented by the Older Persons' Mental Health Service, Eastern Suburbs Mental Health Services and supported by the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) A free Positive Ageing forum providing strategies to reduce risk factors for psychological… Read More
Supporting Older People in a Time of Crisis - Live on Zoom
Supporting Older People in a Time of Crisis - Live on Zoom
Wolper Jewish Hospital, Friends of Wolper and COA invite you to attend a free Q&A Professor Henry Brodaty AO: Co-Director, Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) UNSW; Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration and Montefiore Chair of Healthy Brain Ageing Moderator Julie McCrossin AM… Read More