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Centre for Chronic Illness and Ageing
University of Greenwich

The centre produces original research that responds to "real world" problems with an aim to inform policy, practice and effect change amongst the wider public.

Members of the Centre for Chronic Illness and Ageing are currently developing projects, or working on live studies including cancer biology, management of chronic pain, gait initiation and risk of falls in older people, diabetes, nutrition and public health interventions across the lifespan, sociology of chronic conditions, sport and physical activity to tackle mental health issues, the role of exercise in clinical populations, the long-term social, emotional and economic outcomes of people living with a permanent stoma for IBD, or with idiopathic scoliosis, and experience of Bangladeshi people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. We are interested in research and practice involving aspects of any chronic illness, at any stage of life.

Contact Details:
Lesley Dibley (Centre Lead)

Marianne Markowski (Research Fellow at the ILD)
University of Greenwich
Avery Hill Road, London, SE9 2UG
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