CONVENORS: GEORGE LEESON, ALEJANDRO KLEIN, JACO HOFFMAN Please note that this is a Hybrid event. We welcome colleagues to 66 Banbury Road or on line via Zoom:
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A story about British Social Care…. I recently shadowed a community nurse. I watched as she worked to enable a man with only one week left of his life to be carried from his bedroom to a downstairs living room where on the TV was football – his joy. It took three hours of searching for […]
The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing Central and Eastern Research Network on Ageing (EAST) Seminar Series Convenor: Dr. George W. Leeson This series will be conducted on TUESDAYS at 2PM (UK time) via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81479904578?pwd=ZlRPdmZFQkFkV0pDcUROSHFjcDFZdz09
Convenors: Prof Francis Davis & Prof Chris Davis This series will be conducted via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84803210820?pwd=L20zTEFKNEdsV1M4ZUxLNlBYeXdSZz09 Events in this Series
Exactly 20 years ago, I was involved in a landmark project at the Royal College of Art with retail giant B&Q to develop a range of low-cost, lightweight, easy-to-use power tools that would make it easier for older people to carry out basic home improvements.
Thursdays 2pm -3pm Location: Oxford Martin School 34 Broad Street (corner of Holywell and Catte Streets) Oxford OX1 3BD Please note that this is a hybrid event with online and in-person speaker. You will need to register and indicate whether you wish to attend in person or online via Zoom. Please register 12 hours before […]
Parental care in China is traditionally provided by sons. In recent decades – partly due to the One-Child Policy but also economic development and urbanisation – significant changes have occurred with parents receiving more care from daughters.
The Covid-19 pandemic has been a traumatic experience at all levels – for individuals, families, communities and governments. The numbers are beyond the grasp of most of us, globally, around 250 million cases and almost 5 million deaths.
Of the many challenges in life course epidemiology is unpacking the complex interrelationships between stable and modifiable attributes across a lifetime of unique experiences and exposures that impact the health and wellbeing of older adults.
We are pleased to announce that a Special Issue of the Journal of Population Ageing is now available online, Volume 14, Issue 3, September 2021