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Ethical issues in self-funded social care – Lights Expo

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 experiences to the fore, and examining the views of care services’ commissioners and family/friends who…
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The Ageing of British Gerontology

  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 and Dr Jackie Reynolds from Keele, and Prof. Mo Ray from University of Lincoln. It…
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Developing a programme theory of integrated care: the effectiveness of Lincolnshire’s multidisciplinary Neighbourhood Teams in supporting older people with multi-morbidity (ProTICare)

HARG conducted a 12 month real time service evaluation of NHS Lincolnshire’s four Clinical Commissioning Group (CCGs), Phase Two Integrated Neighbourhood Team (NT) sites. The research was carried out between August 2016 and June 2017. It was informed by a realist methodology. Research was undertaken with participants who were involved in NTs in Gainsborough, Sleaford,…
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Ethical issues in self-funded social care: co-producing knowledge with older people

‘Ethical issues in self-funded social care: co-producing knowledge with older people’ is a three-year project  funded by a Wellcome Trust, Collaborative Award in Humanities and Social Science, and is a collaboration between University of Brighton, University of Birmingham and University of Lincoln. The overall lead and PI is Dr. Lizzie Ward based at the University of…
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Welcome

  Welcome to the new-look HARG (Healthy Ageing Research Group) website. Please make sure that if you have previously linked to us that you update your sites. There will be further updates and news in the forthcoming weeks. HARG (Healthy Ageing Research Group) is an interdisciplinary team from the University of Lincoln researching into a wide…
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