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Oct 2019
Co-creativity and Dementia: a development day for artists.
In recent years, use of the term co-creativity seems to be steadily growing – this despite the fact that it …

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Oct 2019
Bursary awardees reflect on their participation in the 48th BSG Annual Conference held at the University of Liverpool, 2019.
‘Thanks to the generosity and support of the BSG in awarding me a bursary, I had the opportunity to participate …

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Sep 2019
Creative Ageing Practice: Hear and Now
In the first of the BSG Creative Ageing SIG’s series on creative ageing in practice, Stuart Bruce (Senior Creative Producer …

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Dr Paul Nash, Lecturer, Centre For Innovative Ageing at Swansea University talks about the importance of Gerontology

Gerontology: What is it and why is it important?

The 48th

BSG Annual Conference

10 - 12 July 2019
The University of Liverpool 

Registration open soon

Winning Photos from Photocrowd and the British Society of Gerontology

Ageing: the bigger picture
08 October 2019
CFP for Special Collection on Aging and Technology
30 July 2019
The French journal Gérontologie et société has launched a all for papers on the theme of “Older people and the end-of-life” Papers should be sent by 9th Decemember 2019 to: Cnavgerontologieetsociete@cnav.fr Instructions to authors can be found at https://www.statistiques-recherches.cnav.fr/images/publications/gerontologie-societe/Note-aux-auteurs-Gerontologie-et-societe.pdf Other information about the journal, our editorial choices and its functioning can be found on the journal’s website https://www.statistiques-recherches.cnav.fr/gerontologie-et-societe.html
19 June 2019
The British Society of Gerontology is working with older people's representative organisations through participation in the General Assembly of Age Platform Europe, which works on behalf of older citizens across the European Union.
Deadline: 27 October 2019
University of Hertfordshire
Deadline: 27 October 2019
University of Hertfordshire
Deadline: 23 October 2019
Centre for Ageing Better