Aged Care Policy Dialogue

Menzies Centre for Health Policy

Event details

Forum

Date & time

Tuesday 04 December 2012
8.30am–3.30pm

Venue

Molonglo Theatre, J G Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU

Speaker

Two international experts will join a range of Australian politicians, policymakers, researchers and commentators

Contacts

Amelia Bidgood
6125 1224

Additional links

Australian aged care policy is on the brink of reform. The Australian Government recently announced a 10 year plan to reshape aged care. The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) and Crawford School are jointly presenting an Aged Care Policy Dialogue to canvass global developments in the area and their relevance to Australia. Two international experts will join a range of Australian politicians, policymakers, researchers and commentators to consider current and future challenges and opportunities for reform.

Speakers include:

> The Hon Mark Butler MP, Minister for Mental Health and Ageing; Minister for Social Inclusion; Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Mental Health Reform

> Mike Woods, Deputy Chairman, Productivity Commission; Australian Government Commissioner for Competitive Neutrality

> Dr Joshua Wiener, Program Director for Ageing, Disability and Long-Term Care, RTI International

> Professor Peter Shergold AC, Chair, Aged Care Reform Implementation Council; Chancellor, UWS

> Dr Jos€÷-Luis Fern€ðndez, London School of Economics

> Professor Kaarin Anstey, Director, Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Wellbeing, ANU; ANU Public Policy Fellow and Chief Investigator, CEPAR

> Professor Hal Kendig, Head, Ageing, Work and Health Research Unit, University of Sydney and Chief Investigator, CEPAR

> Professor Peter McDonald, Director, ADSRI, ANU; ANU Public Policy Fellow and Deputy Director, CEPAR

> Professor Jim Butler Director, Australian Centre for Economic Research on Health (ACERH), ANU

> Professor John Piggott, Director, CEPAR; ARC Professorial Fellow in Economics, University of New South Wales

> Professor Michael Sherris, Head, School of Risk Management and Actuarial Studies, University of New South Wales and Chief Investigator, CEPAR

> Carolyn Smith, First Assistant Secretary, Ageing and Aged Care Division, Department of Health and Ageing

Further information about CEPAR: www.cepar.edu.au

» view flyer (pdf, 167 kB)

» view session one
» view session two
» view session three

» view Mike Woods presentation [PDF,61KB]
» view Dr Joshua Wiener presentation [PDF, 141KB]
» view Dr José-Luis Fernández presentation [PDF, 210KB]
» view Professor Jim Butler presentation [PDF, 445KB]
» view Professor Michael Sherris presentation [PDF, 314KB]

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