IHA's Dr Anthony Barnett presents the October instalment of the Live Long Live Well colloquium series, speaking on ‘Objective measurement of physical activity in older adults’.
The Institute for Health & Ageing (IHA) is pleased to present talks from colleagues and collaborators working across a range of disciplines relative to the pursuit of healthy and active ageing.
IHA's Dr Anthony Barnett is presenting the October instalment of the Live Long Live Well colloquium series and will be speaking about ‘Objective measurement of physical activity in older adults’.
Topic: Although physical activity is a well-established contributor to healthy ageing, the majority of older adults do not meet the current physical activity recommendations for health. To increase levels of participation, it is important to study and understand modifiable determinants of physical activity. One important contributor to this understanding is accurate measurement of physical activity. This presentation will discuss methods of objective measurement of physical activity with specific reference to older adult populations.
When: 2 to 3pm (AEST), Wednesday 5 October Where: Room 6.02, Level 6, 215 Spring Street Melbourne How to participate: In person, teleconference or via audio-visual link from an ACU location
ACU colleagues are encouraged to join the presentation via video link from a campus A/V meeting room or by using Polycom Realpresence on their computer desktop. A/V room bookings can be requested via Servicedesk@acu.edu.au or by calling 07 3623 7272. Service desk can also assist with Polycom installation on your PC or laptop.
Register your interest in attending this presentation and request video and teleconference meeting numbers by contacting IHA@acu.edu.au / 03 9230 8170.