Aged Care 2.0 New ways of knowing and acting

PROVIDER: Macquarie University and NSW Australian Association of Gerontology

DATE: Wednesday 18 September

TIME: 2-4pm Afternoon tea is included

VENUE: Macquarie University

COST: Free


    As the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety continues, this Macquarie University event will consider what the Australian aged care system of the future should look like – and how can we get there?

    “Aged Care 2.0 – new ways of knowing and acting” will showcase 4 presentations as well as a panel discussion. Presentations will include perspectives from researchers, policy makers, aged care providers, and consumers.


    • Prof Andrew Georgiou, Macquarie University
    • Ms Terrie Leoleos, Ethnic Communities’ Council of NSW
    • Dr Meredith Gresham, UNSW & formerly HammondCare
    • Prof Julie Byles, University of Newcastle
    • A/Prof Denise Jepsen, Macquarie University
    • Prof Johanna Westbrook, Macquarie University
    • Ms Maureen Williams, patient advocate
    • Ms Theresa Flavin, consumer


    Register by 16 September: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/aged-care-20-new-ways-of-knowing-and-acting-tickets-70454899501 

    Flyer here