Current research projects that the IRNDP is associated with include:
Australian opinions about the risk of developing diseases such as dementia, heart attack, stroke and diabetes
If you are living in Australia and aged 40-49 we want to know what you think! We are looking for people to complete a 15-20 minute survey that asks for your opinions about your risk of developing diseases such as dementia, heart attack, stroke and diabetes. Full details can be found here.
The GP-KT project (completed)
As part of IRNDP’s aim to facilitate and support knowledge translation relating to the prevention or delay of cognitive decline and dementia, we have been recruiting people who work in primary care in Australia to complete a brief online questionnaire. This project is now finished. Thank you to everyone who has participated. The results can be found here.
The Intergenerational Integration Initiative (completed)
Recent research in Australia and overseas has shown that activities between older adults and young children centered around learning may have positive benefits for both groups. We conducted a research survey to find what people in Australia think about community-based intergenerational programmes. Find our results here here.