The CEPAR 2015 Annual Report contains a complete record of all the work undertaken by CEPAR affiliated researchers in 2015.
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Explore our comprehensive list of news articles and commentary published in 2016.
The work of early career researchers exploring aspects of population ageing featured at the 14th National ERA Conference 7-8 December 2015.
Projects by Chief and Associate Investigators at CEPAR have been granted over a million dollars by the Australian Research Council’s Discovery Projects Scheme for 2016.
IAGG Asia/Oceania recognises Professor Hal Kendig's outstanding contribution to the development of gerontology and service in the region.
Australia’s aged pensioners tend to preserve financial wealth and consume conservatively.
A new Asia Pacific-wide Research Hub has been established at the University of New South Wales, providing a regional forum for research collaboration on population ageing.
Australia remains among the best but has fallen several places on the 2015 GlobalAgeing Index of quality of life and well-being for older people.
The Australian Research Council will fund the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) to conduct a cutting-edge project examining the policy implications for Australia and other countries worldwide.