The latest issue of CFPR’s bi-annual newsletters is now available!
CFPR has been busy with expanding the centre, research work, training courses, and other outreach activities during the last six months. Read on to find out more about what we have been up to. In this issue, we feature the various Aging Research done in CFPR.
CFPR's Co-Director, Professor Jean Yeung spoke at the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore event: ‘Minister Josephine Teo on Retirement and Re-employment in Singapore’ which was held in Prudential Tower.
Edited by Prof Jean Yeung and A/P Thang Leng Leng, this bilingual book is a collection of 30 essays based on evidential research by NUS CFPR associates. Each essay focuses on issues related to challenges such as global ageing trend, declining fertility and evolving attitudes towards the institution of marriage and gender.
Registration is now OPEN!
Additional NEW course:
❑ Mixed Methods
Training Program Alumni receive an additional 10% discount!
All talks are free and open to the NUS community and general public. Simple lunch will be provided.
Unless noted otherwise, seminars and workshops are held at 12pm in NUS Kent Ridge Campus.
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❑ Caregiving challenges of low-income caregivers of dependent seniors
❑ Older Singaporeans becoming homeless as resources run out
❑ Young adults in non-regular employment and unemployed have less desire to marry soon
❑ Transitions and relationship dynamics within stepfamilies in Singapore
❑ Early nutrition benefits children’s cognitive development in India, especially for girls
❑ Reducing work hours increases the frequency of visit and in-kind transfers to parents
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We are looking for motivated individuals to be part of its funded project in various studies.
Part-time student Research Assistant positions are available to work in a research team led by Principal Investigator, Professor Catherine Tang.
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