Chapter Contribution – Urban and Ward (2020) ‘Care Ethics, Democratic Citizenship and the State’

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’

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British Society of Gerontology (BSG, 2020) Ethical issues in self-funded social care: co-producing knowledge with older people

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

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PEARL 2020 Digital Conference Thursday 25th June 2020 ‘Ethical issues on self-funding 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’

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New Book Release

Professor Mo Ray, from the School of Health and Social Care at the University of Lincoln, and colleagues Emeritus Professor of Social Gerontology Miriam Bernard from Keele University and Jackie Reynolds Research Impact Manager at Staffordshire University; have released a Continue reading New Book Release

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Falling in love again: Forming new relationships in later life – Participants needed

University of Lincoln research study 2020-2360 Falling in love again: Forming new relationships in later life Would you like to take part in research about the experience of older people who re-partner? The aim of this research is to explore Continue reading Falling in love again: Forming new relationships in later life – Participants needed

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Meeting the needs of people with long-term neurological conditions in rural communities. By Dr Michael Toze.

There are many different long-term neurological conditions. Some of the most common ones include migraines, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and muscular dystrophy. In the UK and around the world, these conditions are a common reason why people have appointments Continue reading Meeting the needs of people with long-term neurological conditions in rural communities. By Dr Michael Toze.

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