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CARDI E-Bulletin April 2015

14th April 2015, CARDI

CARDI's e-bulletin provides up-to-date information on ageing research and policy including the latest research and innovation and events and funding. In April 2015 edition top stories include:

  • Heart disease and disability in older people
  • International Training Programme on Ageing- Call for Applications
  • Supporting next generation leaders - workshop
  • IAGG-ER 2015: CARDI participation
  • Social inclusion and ageing with an intellectual disability

Read CARDI E-bulletin April 2015 here

 

An Age Friendly City – how far has London come?

14th April 2015, University College London

London has become more adapted to an ageing population in the last seven years, but there is still some way to go before the city can be called ‘age friendly’ according to a recent King’s College London report. The report is a follow-up to a study carried out for the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2006: What makes a city agefriendly?

Secular Changes in Late-life Cognition and Well-being: Towards a Long Bright Future with a Short Brisk Ending?

31st March 2015, Humboldt University Berlin

This paper from researchers at Humboldt University and the Max Planck Institute for Human Development looks at how socio-cultural contexts have impacted on the experience of ageing.

Looking at two stages of the Berlin Aging Study, the first carried out between 1990 and 1993 and the second between 2013 and 2014, the team made some large-scale assessments of how old-age vitality has changed and put forward some reasons behind changes.

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