You are here: Home > News & Social Media > Latest News

Latest News

Members can submit News, for approval, to the website by logging in and going to Submit News Item

Showing page 1 of 12 pages
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ]
09 July 2021
New research project on balancing religious freedoms, sexual orientation and gender identity rights in older age care spaces
26 June 2021
We have a particular focus on empirical research articles, but also accept theoretical and conceptual contributions, on aspects of population ageing from across the globe. Editors-in-Chief: Sarah Harper and George Leeson, University of Oxford, UK Managing Editor: Nana Nanitashvili, University of Oxford, UK Book Review Editor: Kenneth Howse, University of Oxford, UK
29 April 2021
Free image library seeks to combat harmful stereotypes of older people
09 March 2021
BSG members Lung Theatre spoke with about a video project they are running, with people born in the 1920s.
08 March 2021
The Healthy Ageing Challenge Community of Practice is a learning community that brings together organisations.....
23 February 2021
The special issue marks the rapid progress made in this field over the past decade, both in terms of mechanistic understanding and translational approaches that are poised to have clinical impact on age-related diseases.
23 February 2021
The producing team at a theatre company called LUNG wanted to reach out to you about a small, digital project they're running, to see if you and some of the people you work with might be interested in getting involved. We are specifically looking for people who were born in the 1920s.
16 February 2021
BSG is delighted that Alison Shaw, Chief Executive of Bristol University Press, has been conferred the award of Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
08 February 2021
Free webinar: Thursday 25th February 11:00 – 11:50 Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/co-production-within-research-insights-from-bristol-torbay-tickets-137442952571 Are you an organisation interested in working together with members of the public to carry out research? Do you wonder how a co-production approach can be applied within a research setting?
Showing page 1 of 12 pages
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ]