All health care systems are facing increasing demands within limited resources. Based on a social values framework, Professor Littlejohns and his team have developed an online interactive decision making audit tool to allow an internal and external audit of how an institution is incorporating values into its decision making.
This presentation introduces the five categories of the international classification of complementary and alternative therapies and how the therapies apply to promote the health of older adults.
In a world where science, technology and the internet are colliding, the Australian invented bionic ear is the world-first successful commercialisation of a neuromodulation device, which interfaces with the brain and nervous system, and is proving that other bionic devices can help various other disorders.
This presentation illustrates research on developing and applying complementary and alternative therapies including tai chi, yoga and elastic band to promote health of older adults.
Professor Chen will illustrate the four steps of writing a journal article: planning, preparation, writing the manuscript, and getting published.