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CARDI 2007-2015: An Overview

23rd September 2015,

Since its establishment in 2007, the Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland (CARDI) has been committed to building a strong and lasting community of researchers in ageing in Ireland, North and South.

This report provides a flavour of the work that has been undertaken since CARDI’s establishment. It has been an exciting journey watching our thoughts move into action. We are delighted that ageing research in Ireland, North and South, is flourishing and the spirit of co-operation across the island of Ireland is now stronger than ever before.

Changes ahead - a letter from the Co-Chairs of CARDI
Changes ahead - a letter from the Co-Chairs of CARDI
CARDI Involvement

Getting involved in ageing research: A guide for the community and voluntary sector

24th June 2015, CARDI

CARDI recently published a guide for the community and voluntary sector about getting involved in ageing research. The guide produced by Dr Brendan Murtagh, Queen's University Belfast and commissioned by CARDI builds on previous research on user involvement in ageing research (2014). The publication provides useful information on key issues relating to participating or carrying out research projects for age sector organisations.

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CARDI's AgeStats website has a new look

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Carers sought for dementia study
CARDI Involvement

Keeping active for better ageing-IAGGER 2015 presentation

27th April 2015,

CARDI launched the report Keeping Active for Better Ageing at a symposium on physical activity and ageing at The International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress 2015. The research paper examines the factors that encourage more physical activity in older adults with a particular focus on potential policy and practice interventions.

Canadian Program in Aging 2015

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