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Debora Price
Gerontologist with an interest in ageing and the lifecourse, well-being in later life, and social policy for an ageing society.
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British Gerontology Apr 19
Interested in & ? The will be meeting @BSGLiverpool2019 Day 1 12.45-13.45 just before the Welcome address. & come along
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Debora Price Apr 19
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Debora Price Apr 19
Which way do you think this works Helen? I imagine the gender issues are pretty complex?
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Debora Price Apr 19
Replying to @DrJoGrady
Only just seen this Jo, one thing I've learned along the way is that these interactions are always reciprocal so thanks back at you and best of luck with the campaign.
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Emily Bradfield Apr 13
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Debora Price Apr 12
Yes me too.
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Maria Fleischmann Apr 12
I agree, we show that mental health improves following retirement, and this benefit is more pronounced for those coming from “poor”, rather than “good”, working conditions...
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Debora Price Apr 12
Thanks Ruth, back at ya!
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MICRA Ageing Network Mar 21
Poor housing - results in physical risks, exacerbates long term conditions, also emotional affects: stress, isolation, depression. Sue Adams of at todays
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MICRA Ageing Network Apr 3
Excited to announce that you can now register for the MICRA/MUARG event Developing age-friendly cities: Turning urban research into practice. This free event takes place on 26th June, book your free place now:
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MICRA Ageing Network Apr 5
We are thrilled to host Michael Bowen, Director of Research at speaking on the prevalence of visual impairment in
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Jenna Littlejohn Apr 5
The inspirational Sue Falkingham sharing how communication tips for and are much the same seminar
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MICRA Ageing Network Apr 9
Last months was All Our Futures 2 - Further Thoughts on Creating a Healthy Built Environment. Chaired by our own Prof Chris Phillipson & with engaging guest speakers this was a fascinating event. Catch the video here:
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Debora Price Apr 11
Replying to @Amanda__Grenier
Yes, quite right too.
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Debora Price Apr 11
Replying to @Amanda__Grenier
Thanks and look forward to it. It certainly does but policy questions are a different beast; as a lawyer you’re asking the questions not having to answer them, which is another huge difference (I have found!)
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Debora Price Apr 11
The policy challenge is of course what to do about resulting inequalities in housing, access to transport, income, wealth (resilience) as much as trying to prevent in future. I’ve come up with health, disability and mortality; housing, finances and care; access to transport.
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Debora Price Apr 11
Replying to @DrJoGrady
It’s the arrow straight to your heart that is the most telling.
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Debora Price Apr 11
If asked to comment on the most important policy areas with a dimension (i.e. gender ) in later life, which would you focus on?
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Debora Price Apr 11
Replying to @Amanda__Grenier
Amanda, if asked to comment on the most important policy areas with a gender dimension (i.e. gender inequality) in later life, which would you focus on? Also, is your testimony available? Thinking about this for some local policy work here in Manchester.
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Rhys Taylor Apr 11
Grant Lazarus has just published an absolute MUST READ paper in April FLJ about pensions on divorce and negligence cases which he has conducted. This has been hugely influential in my thinking about pensions.
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