Institute for Health & Ageing

Promoting positive ageing and an age friendly society

Associate Professor Prue Cormie speaks with ABC Life Matters about the impact of exercise on men with prostate cancer

The Institute for Health & Ageing’s Associate Professor Prue Cormie recently spoke …

IHA student Edward Hill presents at international conferences in Europe

Using data from the …

IHA reoffering popular Mplus Workshop

The Biostatistics unit in the Institute for Health and Ageing, are …

IHA student Fatima Ghani presented at World Congress on Public Health

Institute for Health & Ageing (IHA) PhD candidate Fatima Ghani has recently …

Is the Association between Park Proximity and Recreational Physical Activity among Mid-Older Aged Adults Moderated by Park Quality and Neighbourhood Conditions?

Ester Cerin, with Jelle Van Cauwenberg and Benedicte Deforche from Ghent University, Belgium, Anna Timperio, …

The neighbourhood physical environment and active travel in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Professor Ester Cerin, with Dr Andrea Nathan, …

Do associations of neighbourhood environment with physical activity vary across the day and week?

IHA Professors Ester Cerin and James Sallis, along with …

A/Prof Prue Cormie recognised as an emerging Exercise Science leader by ESSA

A/Prof Prue Cormie‘s contribution to sports and science in Australia was …

Professor Kerrie Sanders recognised with President’s Award during the World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases

The Institute of Health and Ageing is proud to announce that Professor …

IHA’s Professor Kerrie Sanders responds to Pete Evans comments, confirms the role of dietary calcium

There has been much recent discussion surrounding the benefits and necessity of dietary calcium in light …