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Dr Joyce Siette is a Research Fellow at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation. 

Her research focuses on dementia prevention, improving quality of life for individuals with dementia, and successful ageing in cognitive adversity. Dr Siette is interested in combining neuropsychology and informatics together to improve quality and care for older adults in the community and in residential aged care.

She is committed to translating her research findings into policy and practice and has successfully supported the integration of quality of life assessment tools into standard work processes within community aged care.

Her current work involves identifying social factors that can delay dementia development, sensor-based technology in residential aged care, and increasing dementia risk factor awareness through her founded initiative Brain Bootcamp.

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, PhD, Effects of stem cell therapy and exercise in restoring age-related memory decline, The University of New South Wales

Award Date: 13 Apr 2012


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