The CEPAR 2017 Annual Report has been released and contains details of the work undertaken by CEPAR affiliated researchers in 2017.
This report comprises two parts. Part One reports on the structure and activities of the original centre which was in operation until 31 December 2017. Part Two focuses on the new Centre established on 28 September 2017.
The Centre was established in March 2011 to undertake high impact independent multidisciplinary research and build research capacity in the field of population ageing. Renewed funding awarded for an additional seven-year term from 2017-2023 will support an exciting new research program which will deliver comprehensive outcomes with the potential to secure Australia’s future as a well-informed nation with world-best policy and practice for an ageing demographic.