Led by CEPAR researcher Dr Saman Khalatbari-Soltani, the Healthy Ageing Toolkit is a searchable cohort information repositor that includes ageing cohort studies across the globe (n=287) designed to support the study of healthy ageing and its trajectories, as well as inequities in healthy ageing.
About the presenters:
Saman Khalatbari-Soltani is a Social Epidemiologist and Senior Lecturer in Population Health at the University of Sydney School of Public Health and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR). Saman completed her PhD in Public Health and Epidemiology at the University of Lausanne and the Swiss School of Public Health. Her research encompasses the areas of social determinants of health, healthy ageing, health inequities, and the role of behavioural, psychological, and biological factors in the genesis of health inequities across the life-course.
Fiona Blyth AM is a CEPAR Chief Investigator and Professor of Public Health and Pain Medicine at the University of Sydney. She is a public health physician and pain epidemiologist. She has been involved in studies of chronic pain epidemiology for almost twenty years, including large prospective cohort studies, RCTs, pharmacoepidemiological studies, and health services research using linked routinely collected datasets.