Care(less) is a new 360° film work by artist Lindsay Seers. Using a combination of lens based and digital 360° images, viewed within a virtuality headset, Seers explores the hallucinatory and embodied effect of VR. In this, her first work Continue reading Care(less) by Lindsay Seers
HARG were asked by Lincolnshire County Council to undertake an independent health needs assessment for people living with neurological conditions in the county. A health needs assessment is a way in reviewing the current resources available to meeting the needs Continue reading Developing a health needs assessment for people living with neurological conditions in Lincolnshire
Do you pay for your own care, and live in Lincolnshire? Are you over 65? Do you live in Lincolnshire? Do you have carers that help you at home? Do you pay for your care yourself? We are researchers , Continue reading Participant call: older people and self funded care – Do you pay for your own care, and live in Lincolnshire?
The Health Ageing Research Group (HARG) from the School of Health and Social Care and have been asked by the Public Health Division, Lincolnshire County Council to undertake a health needs assessment for people with neurological conditions (including migraine, epilepsy Continue reading ‘Health Needs Assessment for people living with neurological conditions in Lincolnshire – PARTICIPANTS NEEDED’
On Wednesday the 8th and Thursday 9th November HARG member Dr Claire Markham along with Dr Llinos Mary-Jehu, a colleague from the University of Birmingham, ran a 2 day workshop on NVivo for the School of Health and Social Care at the Continue reading NVivo Workshops
Harg’s very own Director Mo Ray has been interviewed by Siren Radio ahead of her Inaugural lecture Boon or Burden? The implications for us all of an ageing society.
The School of Health and Social Care will be hosting the next Professorial Inaugural Lecture on Wednesday 1st November 2017. In this lecture Professor Mo Ray will speak on: Boon or Burden? The implications for us all of an ageing Continue reading Inaugural Lecture: Prof Mo Ray | 1st Nov
On Friday the 29th September Professor Mo Ray and Lissie Wilkins, a co researcher on the project, gave 2 presentations at the Lights Expo at the University of Lincoln. These presentations illuminated the ethical dimensions of self-funded care by bringing older people’s Continue reading Ethical issues in self-funded social care – Lights Expo
The Ageing of British Gerontology is a two-year (2015-17) Leverhulme-funded project with the aim of critically examining the ways in which gerontological knowledge has developed and changed over the past 40 years. The research team comprises Prof. Miriam Bernard Continue reading The Ageing of British Gerontology