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A series of short films each highlighting a different aspect of ageing or ageing issue. Click here to view them:

BSG Annual Conference 2016

Stirling University

Wednesday 6th - Friday 8th July 2016


BSG Annual Conference 2017

Swansea University

Wednesday 5th - Friday 7th July 2017

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Latest News & Events
In these days following the UK decision to leave the European Union, no doubt we may all have wondered what will be the implications for the development of social science research on ageing.

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A Joint Statement from Paul Cann, Chief Executive and Davina Logan, Chair of Trustees.

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Today, Ageing Better announces a new partnership with the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation’s Transitions in Later Life programme to develop and test ways to help people improve the way they manage major life changes, to help them experience longer and happier lives.

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Congratulations are due to our President Elect, Professor Debora Price, who has been accepted as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

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The International Longevity Centre – UK has launched the European Adult Immunisation Hub, www.adultimmunisation.eu/, made possible through the support of Pfizer. The ILC-UK will also be holding editorial board meetings for the website on 1st March in London, and 11th March in Brussels.

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The Routledge Handbook of Cultural Gerontology is edited by Professor Julia Twigg (University of Kent) and Dr Wendy Martin (Brunel University London).

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BSG Blog: Ageing Issues
Challenging Times: President’s Message to the British Society of Gerontology
Jul 2016
Dear colleagues These are unprecedented and challenging times for the EU, UK and for us – our research, policy and …

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Ageing Well Photo Exhibition
Jul 2016
On a rainy Saturday in June, Bournemouth University was a buzz of activity as the university opened its doors to …

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Older people’s exercising of choice in long-term care: a comparative analysis of England and Japan
Jul 2016
  There has been, in recent years, an increasing emphasis on ‘choice’ for service users within long-term care policies in …

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