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Michael J. Murray

National President

The Continence Foundation of Australia Limited

HQ Phone:  +61 3 9347 2522

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The Continence Foundation of Australia Limited

Level 1 30-32 Sydney Road

North Melbourne, Victoria,3056

Australia

Company Description

The Continence Foundation of Australia is committed to providing a website which is accessible to the widest audience, regardless of technology or ability. We are actively working to increase the accessibility and useability of our website. The website aims ...more

Background Information

Employment History

President

National Ageing Research Institute Ltd


Medical Director, Continuing Care, Clinical Service Unit, Head of Geriatric Medicine

Austin Hospital


Associate Professor

City of Melbourne


Senior Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Alliance Imaging Inc (Northeast Region)


Doctor of Chiropractic, ART Provider, Musculoskeletal Specialist

Brooklyn Body Blossom


Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Alliance HealthCare Radiology


Clinical Associate Professor In the Department of Family Medicine

McMaster University


Doctor of Chiropractic, ART Provider, Musculoskeletal Specialist

Karma Chiropractic


President

Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians


Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Alliance Imaging Inc (Northeast Region)


Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Center for Diagnostic Imaging , Inc.


Chiropractor

Manhattan Spine


President

International Federation for Emergency Medicine


Lead Nuclear Medicine Technologist

WellStar Health System Inc


Affiliations

Benetas

Board Member


Royal District Nursing Service Limited

Board Member


Australian National University

Lab Member


Mount Sinai Hospital

Advisory Board Member


St. Francis School

Member


The University of Melbourne

Lecturer


Provincial Operations Centre for SARS

Medical Liaison


ACEBAC

Board of Management Member


Head Hunters

Gang Member


Older Australians Working Group

Victorian Geriatrician Member of the Clinical Reference Group, Care


Education

Associate of Science degree


Bachelors of Science

Mansfield University


Doctor of Medicine

family medicine

University of Western Ontario


master's degree

health science

University of Toronto


Web References(124 Total References)


Board Members | Benetas - Living in good company

www.benetas.com.au [cached]

Associate Professor Michael Murray
Board Member since August 2016 Associate Professor Michael Murray has a broad range of management, clinical and clinical teaching experience in the area of aged care. Associate Prof Murray is the medical director of Continuing Care and head of Geriatric Medicine at Austin Health, Associate Professor at Melbourne University and Adjunct Associate Professor Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care, La Trobe University, and formerly the University of Notre Dame. He holds and has held a number of board and committee positions with a variety of government, health and educational institutions, and is the current president of the National Ageing Research Institute. He has held the position of Continence Foundation of Australia National President since 2004. Associate Professor Michael Murray has a broad range of management, clinical and clinical teaching experience in the area of aged care. Associate Prof Murray is the medical director of Continuing Care and head of Geriatric Medicine at Austin Health, Associate Professor at Melbourne University and Adjunct Associate Professor Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care, La Trobe University, and formerly the University of Notre Dame. Read more


Board Members | Benetas - Living in good company

www.benetas.com.au [cached]

Associate Professor Michael Murray
Board Member since August 2016 Associate Professor Michael Murray has a broad range of management, clinical and clinical teaching experience in the area of aged care. Associate Prof Murray is the medical director of Continuing Care and head of Geriatric Medicine at Austin Health, Associate Professor at Melbourne University and Adjunct Associate Professor Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care, La Trobe University, and formerly the University of Notre Dame. He holds and has held a number of board and committee positions with a variety of government, health and educational institutions, and is the current president of the National Ageing Research Institute. He has held the position of Continence Foundation of Australia National President since 2004. Associate Professor Michael Murray has a broad range of management, clinical and clinical teaching experience in the area of aged care. Associate Prof Murray is the medical director of Continuing Care and head of Geriatric Medicine at Austin Health, Associate Professor at Melbourne University and Adjunct Associate Professor Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care, La Trobe University, and formerly the University of Notre Dame. Read more Meet the Team at Benetas Care Staff


Victoria - Australian Association of Gerontology

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Michael Murray
Michael Murray MB BS MPH FRACP FANZSGM FAAG is Medical Director of Continuing Care and Head of Geriatric Medicine, Austin Health, Melbourne. Michael is an Associate Professor University of Melbourne and Adjunct Associate Professor, Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care (ACEBAC) LaTrobe University and the University of Notre Dame. Michael is National President of the Continence Foundation of Australia and a former state president of the Continence Foundation of Australia Vic branch for many years. Michael is president of the National Ageing Research Institute (NARI). Michael has special interest in Continence, Dementia and Community Care and is a former chair and current board member of the Lynden Aged Care Association. Michael is a past state president of the Australian Association of Gerontology and has been a member of the Victorian division board for more than 20 years. He is an external advisor to BENETAS's clinical quality committee. Michael is a former director of the Royal District Nursing Service (RDNS) and Chair of their clinical quality committee. He is a former chairperson of Uniting Care Community Options for over 10 years and was the Victorian Geriatrician member of the clinical reference group, Care of Older Australians Working Group (COAWG). He has a long history of developing alternative practice models and has mentored several Geriatric Nurse Practitioners. He has served on a number of State and National government departmental committees, reference groups and expert advisory panels.


Australian charity puts a price on incontinence « Incontinence Blog

www.allaboutincontinence.co.uk [cached]

CFA President and geriatrician, Associate Professor Michael Murray says the report has deliberately used an "economic argument" as a means to increase public awareness of the issue and encourage people to change their lifestyles accordingly or seek professional assistance early rather than later.
Professor Murray said incontinence was an expensive problem that needs to be urgently addressed but that addressing the problem, would mean tackling the stigma head on. "We need a combination of raising awareness and tackling the stigma. Until we actually attack the stigma, as a society, people are not going to seek help. And they won't reduce their disability and quality of life and the cost to them as individuals as well as society." Professor Murray said many incontinence suffers do not seek help due to the stigma and associated shame. "We need to get the message out that there are things you can do to cure, treat or improve incontinence but in most instances it is important to intervene early." "The CFA encourages sufferers to seek professional and assessment earlier than later. I have had people come to me who have had continence problems for 40 years - since childbirth. Waiting 40 years to be treated makes it a lot more challenging; it is easier to treat when someone is 40 than when they are 80," said Professor Murray. "Cures may be as simple as bladder retraining, learning how to exercise the pelvic floor, changing medications that may impair the bowel or bladder function or dietary changes such as increasing fibre and fluids in the diet. Other alternatives include medications or surgery to cure incontinence." Professor Murray said that despite the persistent stigma, there was an increasing willingness among people with incontinence problems to seek assistance. Professor Murray says he encourages younger women to start pelvic floor exercises before they have children. "Everybody has some kind of fitness regime and they should naturally incorporate pelvic exercises into their routine." "Australians must address this issue. The population is getting older and we need to do something about it before it gets very expensive. If we can reduce the severity and frequency of the problem, we can reduce the economic impact and improve quality of life for the individual at the same time," Professor Murray said.


June « 2011 « Incontinence Blog

www.allaboutincontinence.co.uk [cached]

CFA President and geriatrician, Associate Professor Michael Murray says the report has deliberately used an “economic argument� as a means to increase public awareness of the issue and encourage people to change their lifestyles accordingly or seek professional assistance early rather than later.
Professor Murray said incontinence was an expensive problem that needs to be urgently addressed but that addressing the problem, would mean tackling the stigma head on. “We need a combination of raising awareness and tackling the stigma. Until we actually attack the stigma, as a society, people are not going to seek help. And they won’t reduce their disability and quality of life and the cost to them as individuals as well as society.â€� Professor Murray said many incontinence suffers do not seek help due to the stigma and associated shame. “We need to get the message out that there are things you can do to cure, treat or improve incontinence but in most instances it is important to intervene early.â€� “The CFA encourages sufferers to seek professional and assessment earlier than later. I have had people come to me who have had continence problems for 40 years â€" since childbirth. Waiting 40 years to be treated makes it a lot more challenging; it is easier to treat when someone is 40 than when they are 80,â€� said Professor Murray. “Cures may be as simple as bladder retraining, learning how to exercise the pelvic floor, changing medications that may impair the bowel or bladder function or dietary changes such as increasing fibre and fluids in the diet. Other alternatives include medications or surgery to cure incontinence.â€� Professor Murray said that despite the persistent stigma, there was an increasing willingness among people with incontinence problems to seek assistance. Professor Murray says he encourages younger women to start pelvic floor exercises before they have children. “Everybody has some kind of fitness regime and they should naturally incorporate pelvic exercises into their routine.â€� “Australians must address this issue. The population is getting older and we need to do something about it before it gets very expensive. If we can reduce the severity and frequency of the problem, we can reduce the economic impact and improve quality of life for the individual at the same time,â€� Professor Murray said.


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