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2017 Conference Program, Abstracts, & Presentations

2017 Conference Overview

Click here for a Conference wrap up from a delegate's perspective

Click here to view the 2017 Conference Program

Click here to view the 2017 Pre-Conference Workshops (link undergoing reconstruction and will be re-instated soon - Jan 2019)

Click here to view the Communique - Conference highlights

Click here to view the Communique - Assuring Equity of Access and Quality Outcomes for Older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Click here to view the Communique - Latest evidence on creating environments to age well in

Click here to view the Communique - Safe and inclusive aged care for older LGBTI people

Click here for the 2017 Feedback Evaluation

Click here for the AAGConf17 Social Media Analytics

Click here to listen to ABC Radio National's Big Ideas broadcast - Disrupting Ageing
Hosted by Paul Barclay. This was recorded at the Conference.
Panellists: Prof Sube Banerjee, Jenny Davis OAM, Penny Flett AO and Dr Helen Barrie,

2017 Published Conference Abstracts

Click here to view the Oral Presentation abstracts

Click here to view the Table Top Conversations abstracts

Click here to view the Poster abstracts

Click here to view the Symposia abstracts

2017 Conference Oral Presentations

Presenter Name Session Presentation Title
Amy Warren 2B.2 Women's experiences of seeking help for domestic elder abuse
Andrew Georgiou 10D.1 A socio-technical assessment of Information and Communication Technology
Andrew Emerson 12A.3 Evaluation of mobile versus departmental chest X-rays in geriatric patients
Anika Kibria 10A.3 Retrospective Cohort Study on urodynamic studies in geriatric patients
Caroline Bulsara 8A.1 Lessons learned: informal falls conversations using a world café approach
Catherine Joyce 12C.3 Aged care facility residents’ language preferences and country of birth
Chiara Naseri 8B.2 Tailored falls education for older people discharged from hospital
Claudia Meyer 12E.1 Theory to underpin development of aged care training in diversity
Elizabeth Brooke 6A.4 Appreciating value: economic and social contributions of older carers
Fleur Terrens 8B.4 Efficacy and feasibility of aquatic physiotherapy in Parkinson’s Disease
Jade Cartwright 6B.4 "I work somewhere with meaning": care with purpose
Joanne Tropea 8C.1

Analgesia use among hip fracture repair patients with dementia

Julie Dare 2A.4 Determinants of community-based social participation amongst older people
Kate Milledge 10A.1 Dietary intake of nutrients and periodontal health: the CHAMP study
Lee-Fay Low 8E.2 Residents from non-English speaking countries in Australian aged care facilities
Louise Herft and Trischia Ritchie 8A.2 Aboriginal Elders living a positive life
Mary Bronson 5E.2 Putting the person at the centre of their care – can it be done in acute care settings?
Rachel Curtis 2A.3 Why is self-efficacy positively associated with activity in older adults?
Sally McMillan 12E.2 Principles and curriculum design of a diversity training workshop
Susan Waterworth 4A.1 Investigating psychological wellbeing (flourishing) with community dwelling older adults
Tabitha Hartwell 12B.1 Geriatrician in the practice model of dementia care
Xiaoyue Xu 4A.3 Evaluation of successful ageing among older people in China

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