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16 May 2024
The first issue of the Journal of Global Ageing is now out. All papers will be free to access until the end of July 2024.
02 May 2024
A team of researchers from The University of Manchester has spent the last 18 months examining how faith spaces in Greater Manchester support different groups of older people within their communities.
23 April 2024
We are delighted to confirm that the first issue of the Journal of Global Ageing will publish in May 2024.
27 March 2024
Re-launch of the BSG Scotland group via new Twitter/X account and mailing list.
26 February 2024
Established in 1994, the Averil Osborn Award seeks to promote and support work which enhances the participation and leadership of older people in research. Awards are made annually. The panel are seeking new panel members to join the current established team. We are also seeking a new Secretary to the Panel as the current Secretary is stepping down after serving since 2019.
30 January 2024
Gail Mountain has recently publshed a book "Occupational Therapy with Older People into the 21st centuy
27 November 2023
My name is Dr Emma Short. I am a research associate at Cardiff Metropolitan University and a Consultant Histopathologist in Swansea Bay University Health Board. I am wanting to enquire whether anyone would be interested in joining a working group as a subject-expert as part of our project, the 'Classification and Staging of Age-Related Pathology'. The project seeks to unify current research on the biology of ageing, by developing a comprehensive system for classifying and staging age-related pathology, to complement the WHO’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD).
26 October 2023
This Report summarises findings from a Policy Lab that explored the value, feasibility and acceptability of shifting how we view the ageing process. Its goal is to achieve attitudinal change to ageing, by moving away from a narrative of disease and decline towards the idea that ageing is a lifelong process of change.
17 June 2023
Anthropology & Aging, the official journal of the Association for Anthropology, Gerontology and the Lifecourse (AAGE) has just published its latest issue, Volume 44, No. 1 (2023). http://anthro-age.pitt.edu/ojs/anthro-age/announcement/view/23 Follow us! Twitter: @AnthroandAging | Facebook: @AnthropologyandAgingJournal
17 June 2023
COVID-19, INEQUALITY AND OLDER PEOPLE: EVERYDAY LIFE DURING THE PANDEMIC Camilla Lewis, Chris Phillipson, Sophie Yarker and Luciana Lang
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