From changes in research to shifting PhD theses, early career researchers around the world have seen a variety of critical impacts to their work. Hear from three early career researchers on their experiences, including Q&A and discussion opportunities in this free, 60 minute program. Intended for those working in all older adult mental health disciplines.
Presented 30 March 2022
Prof Sascha Bolt
Chair, IPA Early Career Network
Presentation: Overcoming challenges
in community research during the Covid-19 pandemic: Optimization of local
community resources and IT uses to reach out to dementia caregiver respondents
Dr Wikan Ardiningrum, M.Sc, Sp.KJ
Fellow of Geriatric Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Indonesia
Presentation: Conducting qualitative
research in mental health - Caveats for the early career professionals
Dr Debanjan Banerjee, MD, DNB, DM, FIPS
Consultant Geriatric Psychiatrist
Presentation: Conducting qualitative research among people
experiencing dementia-associated behaviours in residential aged care and those
who care for them
Dr Janet Mitchell, BA MEd MBA
Sascha Bolt, PhD
Senior researcher & Knowledge broker for Academic Collaborative Center Older Adults, Tranzo, Tilburg University; Masters in Clinical and Neuropsychology.
Dr. Tomás León, MD
Old Age psychiatrist; Master in psychopharmacology; Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health at Global Brain Health Institute.
Calvin Swords, PhD
Irish Research Council Scholar; Master of Social Work; PhD Candidate & Part-Time Lecturer, School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin.