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PHRN Linkage Luminaries Webinar with Professor Leon Flicker, Professor of Geriatric Medicine, University of Western Australia
Leon Flicker is the inaugural Professor of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Western Australia since 1998. He is Executive Director of the Western Australian Centre for Health and Ageing. He led the reorganization of undergraduate and postgraduate education in geriatric medicine in Western Australia. He remains a practicing geriatrician and is a consultant geriatrician at Royal Perth Hospital.

Leon’s research activities have focused on the major health issues of older people, including falls, depression and cognitive impairment. He has performed and reported many studies about frailty and successful ageing. To date, Leon has published 15 book chapters and 475 peer-reviewed articles. He has served on numerous government committees and professional organizations. He has been Chair of Asia Pacific Geriatric Medicine Network for the last 15 years. He was honoured to receive an Officer of the Order of Australia for his contributions to geriatric medicine and dementia prevention and care.

Jun 30, 2022 10:00 AM in Perth

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Professor Leon Flicker
Professor of Geriatric Medicine @UWA
Leon Flicker is the inaugural Professor of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Western Australia since 1998. He is Executive Director of the Western Australian Centre for Health and Ageing. He led the reorganization of undergraduate and postgraduate education in geriatric medicine in Western Australia. He remains a practicing geriatrician and is a consultant geriatrician at Royal Perth Hospital. Leon’s research activities have focused on the major health issues of older people, including falls, depression and cognitive impairment. He has performed and reported many studies about frailty and successful ageing. To date, Leon has published 15 book chapters and 475 peer-reviewed articles. He has served on numerous government committees and professional organizations. He has been Chair of Asia Pacific Geriatric Medicine Network for the last 15 years. He was honoured to receive an Officer of the Order of Australia for his contributions to geriatric medicine and dementia prevention.