MICRA runs a programme of seminars and events through the academic year to support ageing research.
Leading academics present their latest research alongside practitioners, looking at key themes in ageing like 'ageing, transport and mobility', 'creating age-friendly cities' and 'ageing and changing health behaviour'.
Seminars are open to all and attract audiences of up to 100 including researchers, care providers, older people, local government, NHS and the private sector.
For outputs from previous events including film footage, meeting reports, slides, and programmes see our events archive.
You are invited to a free seminar on creating a healthy built environment for older people starting at 1pm with a free networking lunch. Healthy ageing is a headline policy ambition, but are we creating built environments that will help to achieve that objective? This event will focus on the physical aspects of designing to support an ageing..
Over 90% of people with dementia (PwD) also have hearing and vision impairment. But, significant gaps in understanding of the overlaps of these conditions still remain in: (1) The detection and diagnosis of concurrent hearing and vision impairment in people with dementia; (2) Timely and appropriate interventions to improve hearing and vision i..
MICRA 2019 Annual Lecture on Extending Working Lives: the implications for winners and losers in the changed UK policy landscape
MICRA is pleased to announce Professor Sarah Vickerstaff will be hosting the MICRA 2019 Annual Lecture on Extending Working Lives: the implications for winners and losers in the changed UK policy landscape In policy debates it is commonly claimed that older workers are entering a new period of choice and control with the protection of age disc..
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