• The University of Western Australia (M303), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Current projects

  • LoGiudice D, Bessarab D, Smith K, Burchill L, Radford K, Withall A, Malay R, Flicker L. 2021-2026. On TRACK (Teaching, Research And Community Knowledges): CRE promoting brain health with older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence. $3,000,000.
  • Bessarab D, LoGiudice D, Flicker L, Smith K, Wright M, Radford K, Ratcliffe J, Malay R, Gibson C, Thompson S. 2020-2025. Good Spirit Good Life Centre for Research Excellence: Better health and wellbeing for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians., NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence, $2,500,000.
  • K Smith, L Flicker, D Bessarab, D LoGiuduice, K Cox, O Almeida, K Hill, Z Hughes, P Edgill, D Woods. 2018-2023 ‘Dementia prevention and risk Management Program for Aboriginal Australians (DAMPAA)’, NHMRC TCR into Dementia in Indigenous Australians, $2,543,423.30.
  • Strivens E, Russell S, Flicker L, Logiudice D, Smith K, Quigley R. 2019-2025. A framework for healthy ageing in the Torres Strait. NHMRC targeted research. $1,150,540.
  • CIF 2019-2025. Reducing dementia risk in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.  Boosting dementia research grant. $1,515145.
  • CIE Defining and predicting Healthy Ageing in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island populations (HATS), NHMRC TCR in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healthy Ageing, 2019-2024 $931,119.40.
  • K Smith. 2016-2019 ‘Development and validation of the first culturally based quality of life tool for Aboriginal Australians living with dementia and cognitive impairment’, NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research, $602,435.
  • Smith K, Bessarab D. National Poche Network, Good Spirit, Good Life validation in Victoria, $50,650, 2018
  • LoGiudice D, Bessarab D, Flicker L, Wenitong M, Smith K, Radford K, Striven E, Atkinson D. The “Let’s CHAT (Community Health Approaches to) Dementia in Indigenous Communities” the Targeted Research APP1150337, NHMRC Targeted call for Dementia in Indigenous people  $2,661,502.00, 2018- 2023. 
  • Striven E, Logiudice D, Smith K, Helmes E, Russell S, Prevalence of Dementia in the Torres Strait, NHMRC Project Grant, $365,000. 2016-2019.
  • LoGiudice D, Bessarab D, Flicker L, Wenitong M, Smith K, Radford K, Striven E, Atkinson D. Improving Detection and management of dEmentia in older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders attending Primary Care (IDEA-PC) APP  1137425 NHMRC Dementia Boosting grant $2,172,421.95, 2017-2020.
  • Canadian Institute of Health Research Walker J (NPA), Bourassa C, Crowshoe L, Jacklin K co-Applicants: Andrew M, Funnell S, Hogan D, McElhaney J, O'Connell M, Warry W, Blind M, Flicker L, Loguidice D, Smith K, Warren L Knowledge Users: Beaudin R, Boehme G, Eshkakogan N, McKenna B, Otowadjiwan J, Pitawanakwat K, Wabano MJ, Williamson P Title: Validation of the Canadian Indigenous Cognitive Assessment Tool in three provinces Funding Opportunity: CIHR Operating Grant - Challenge of Dementia in Indigenous Populations: $500,000 2017-2022.

Funding overview

Research expertise keywords

  • Dementia
  • Aboriginal health
  • Aged care services
  • Health services and systems
  • Quality of life and well-being
  • Healthy ageing
  • Cognitive assessment
  • Indigenous mental health

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