The Aging Mind Initiative

How can we improve the prognosis for our maturing Australians? Suggestions, ideas, proposals for better social and health issues, including retirement accommodation, etc.

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The Aging Mind Initiative

Post by Dreamweaver » 21 Dec 2016, 14:07

Message received from the Aging Mind Initiative of the University of Queensland, who frequently look for volunteers for on-line research, and publish interesting findings. https://ami.group.uq.edu.au//
Dear Members of the 50Plus Database,

On behalf of the AMI team, I would like to wish you a very merry festive season filled with laugher, joy and good company. It has been a wonderful year for ageing-related research and hopefully 2017 continues to bring many more exciting developments.

We are pleased to send you our December Christmas edition of the AMI Newsletter which can be viewed at the following link:
https://ami.group.uq.edu.au/files/1560/ ... Newsletter

We just launched our new website yesterday so you can view your research projects at their new website addresses: https://ami.group.uq.edu.au/research-projects.

If you have any questions or if you would like a PDF of the Newsletter sent to you, please do not hesitate to email us at ami@uq.edu.au.

Best wishes,
The AMI Team​
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Re: The Aging Mind Initiative

Post by Dreamweaver » 21 Dec 2016, 15:16

Not all many are solely on-line this time, but you might be interested in
"Older adults (50-plus) chosen for Griffith University’s Leisure Activities Survey"
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