More than 160 people attended the 2016 45 and Up Study Collaborators’ Meeting, held Tuesday 6 September. The theme was Data, evidence and decision making: innovation for a better future. View the highlights from the meeting.READ MORE
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Event wrap and photo gallery: 12 September 2016. More than 160 people attended this year’s 45 and Up Study Collaborators’ Meeting, held Tuesday 6 September. The theme was Data, evidence and decision making: innovation for a better future. The annual meeting is an opportunity to hear about research using the...READ MORE
24 November 2015. The 45 and Up Study’s 12th Annual Collaborators’ Meeting: Opportunities and challenges in a big data environment was held on 12 November 2015. Professor Karen Canfell, Director of Research at Cancer Council NSW, gave the keynote address on big data’s potential for predictive modelling in health. Plenary presentations...READ MORE
The 2014 45 and Up Study Collaborators’ Meeting was held in Sydney on 31 October, with a focus on policy and practice implications of the Study. More than 100 researchers and other stakeholders attended to hear presentations from: Associate Professor Freddy Sitas, Cancer Council NSW Mr David Butt, National Mental...READ MORE
Our 10th Annual 45 and Up Study Collaborators’ Meeting was held in Sydney on Friday 11 October 2013. To celebrate the Study’s tenth annual meeting, the day had a special focus on the 45 and Up Study, its projects and achievements. Professor Emily Banks gave an update on the 10...READ MORE
The 9th Annual 45 and Up Study Collaborators’ Meeting was held on Friday 12 October at the SMC Conference and Function Centre in Sydney. This meeting is an annual event that offers our research partners, supporters and other interested parties the opportunity to receive a comprehensive update on the Study’s...READ MORE