HARG MEMBERS SAVE THE DATE! The Healthy Ageing Research Group will host a meeting for its members on Thursday July 1st between 12.00 and 13.00. We very much hope to be able to welcome you in person, on campus. Continue reading HARG MEMBERS SAVE THE DATE!
COLLEGE SHOW CASE SAVE THE DATE! The College of Social Sciences virtual showcase will be held this year on 14th of July. If you are interested in attending the event, please contact Blaine Monaghan (email@example.com)
The Wellcome Trust funded project, ‘Ethical issues in self-funded care’ has produced a range of briefing documents, case studies and a research report. To access these reports, please follow the link below: https://www.olderpeopleselffundingcare.com/publications/ Co-researchers involved in the research project ‘Ethical Continue reading The Wellcome Trust funded project, ‘Ethical issues in self-funded care’
HARG Presentation Phoebe & Tony’s script version 3
HARG Seminar #1 September 2020
HARG member Mo Ray has contributed to a co-authored chapter with Lizzie Ward and Denise Tanner for the edited book Care Ethics, Democratic Citizenship and the State’ (Urban and Ward) – published this month by Palgrave MacMillan. Photo Courtesy of Continue reading Chapter Contribution – Urban and Ward (2020) ‘Care Ethics, Democratic Citizenship and the State’
HARG recently presented at the British Society of Gerontology (BSG) Conference on ‘Ageing and Sustainability in a Time of Transitionon’ 1st-3rd July 2020. HARG presented a digital piece on ‘Ethical issues in self-funded social care: co-producing knowledge with older people.’ Continue reading British Society of Gerontology (BSG, 2020) Ethical issues in self-funded social care: co-producing knowledge with older people
The Team at HARG presented virtually at the University of Lincoln ‘Public Engagement for All with Research at Lincoln’ – PEARL 2020 Conference on Thursday 25th June 2020. The virtual presentation was on recent work regarding ‘Ethical issues on self-funding Continue reading PEARL 2020 Digital Conference Thursday 25th June 2020 ‘Ethical issues on self-funding social care: co-producing knowledge with older people’