We are pleased to announce that all 15 ESRs have successfully completed their secondments with our partners. We thank all those who helped facilitate this key learning and appreciated the range of learning opportunities. Please see the ESR blog page to read their secondments.
Shuvarthi Bhattacharjee one of the ESRs from University of Brighton presented his research poster at the Global Ageing Conference held at Glasgow, Scotland this month. The poster has been viewed by over 1000 people so far. Congratulations to Shuvarthi! Here is a link to the conference webpages.
We are pleased to share information about the upcoming EACS/NCCS conference which will focus on – ‘Caring science: the heart of multi-professional care’. Read more by clicking on the link here.
We are excited to let you know that you can now book your place at our final project conference. The conference will be the culmination of over four years of research and will present a summary of findings from our Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) and talks and discussions from key note speakers and the project’s leaders. The theme of the event is ‘The next generation of leaders to deliver innovations in dignified, sustainable, cares systems for older people’. The event will be held ‘in person’ at a wonderful location in Birmingham, UK and will also be streamed online. Please click here to go to our ticket booking webpage to reserve your place to join us in person or online.
One of our Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) Emma Jelstrup Balkin, based at Aalborg University, Denmark has been successful in recently having two research papers published. You can read the extracts and find links to the full papers by clicking here.
Our excellent ESRs have been busy researching in our key areas – Dignity within the Digital, Living Well in Care systems and Gender and Care. You can find out in some short videos what their research has focused on. Click here to go to our ‘films’ page.