Dr Suzanne Orchard and local ASPREE Senior Study Co-ordinator Rosalind (Ros) Whittaker hosted the first ASPREE study update for 2016 in Wollongong on March 17. “It was terrific to meet so many participants and guests at the ASPREE study update in Wollongong last week,” said senior research manager, Dr Suzanne Orchard, who is based at the ASPREE Head Office…Details
Popular ASPREE staff and nurses Sally and Gillian, were delighted to catch up with participants at study updates in Wangaratta on 25th February and Lavington (Albury) on 26th February this year. Associate Professor Robyn Woods, EO of ASPREE gave both presentations, accompanied by Dr Carlene Britt, who is the ASPREE Regional Manager. Pictured left is…Details
More than 700 ASPREE participants and guests attended ASPREE study updates at the Monash Biomedical Imaging (MBI) Centre on the 12th & 13th of February 2015. The larger crowd attended on Friday, suggesting that our audience is not at all superstitious. The ASPREE team thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to meet our participants and to answer questions about the study.
The ASPREE team always enjoys sharing a cuppa with participants and guests at these events. Two more terrific mornings spent with our ASPREE participants and guests at the AMREP Theatre in the Alfred Hospital precinct on January 29th & 30th.
Frankston turned on the weather at the 19th ASPREE study update this year. Participants and guests living in south east Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula met at the Monash University Peninsula Campus for a very informative session and afternoon tea. Thanks to our guests for such a great day.
Wonderful to meet so many ASPREE participants and guests in Gippsland this month. We kicked off at the Traralgon Tennis Association rooms on 3rd December followed by a second presentation in Bairnsdale on 4th December. ASPREE Executive Officer, Assoc/Professor Robyn Woods gave the presentations, accompanied by Dr Carlene Britt, ASPREE’s Regional Manager. Local ASPREE study co-ordinators…Details
Senior researchers in the ASPREE (ASPirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) trial were in Shepparton this week to give the first of several study updates planned for Australian participants this year. Executive Officer of ASPREE, Associate Professor Robyn Woods, presented an update on the aspirin study’s progress at a morning tea for participants living in…Details
In 2013, the ASPREE (ASPirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) study reached a number of significant milestones that could not have been reached without the generosity of older Australians, supporting GPs and practice staff and our hard-working team. Congratulations to all. Fun facts about ASPREE in 2013. The trial: • Reached and exceeded the original…Details
The ASPREE (ASPirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) study hosted a study update and morning tea at the Windsor Community Precinct on Friday 8th March to celebrate reaching 400 participants in the Launceston region. Special guest and Tamar Valley resident Peter Cundall – renowned horticulturalist and former host of the ABC program Gardening Australia –…Details