Research on daylight

By University of Auckland on 5/02/2020

Evaluating daylight at home with older people living with dementia: a pilot study

Driving and dementia

By NZDF on 5/02/2020

A new study aims to help understand how can improve the process when GPs assess whether a person living with cognitive impairment is safe to drive. The researchers will use this information to help develop resources that are appropriate for Aotearoa New Zealand.


Researchers seeking families to talk about the End of Life Care Act

By NZDF on 5/02/2020

Research Study: Experiences of the End of Life Choice 2019 Act amongst families and whānau

A group of researchers at the University of Auckland and the University of Otago are interested in improving the new assisted dying service in Aotearoa New Zealand. They are looking for participants who have supported a family member who passed away since the 7th November 2021, when the End of Life Choice Act (EOLC Act) was enacted. 

Repositioning dementia event

By Alzheimers NZ on 5/02/2020

Alzheimer's New Zealand has announced the programme for their first new one-day event Repositioning Dementia: A new start.

The inaugural event – held both in person and online – is on Thursday 23 March at the National Library of New Zealand, Wellington.

It’s the first one-day event in a new series by the organisation.