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Isla Rippon
Researcher at Brunel University working on . Views my own.
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BrunelAgeingStudies Mar 12
Our free seminar ‘Understanding Loneliness in Later Life’ is now open for registrations. Topics include existential loneliness among frail elders, loneliness at the end of life & insights from the BBC Loneliness Experiment. More info
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IDEAL Programme Mar 6
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IDEAL Programme Feb 15
Thanks to our amazing IDEAL programme advisory group for meeting yesterday - your support and contributions to IDEAL is always welcomed
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BrunelAgeingStudies Feb 12
Do we need a pill to combat ? Ageing Studies Theme Leader Prof Christina Victor is not convinced. via
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Isla Rippon Jan 30
Hello I’m a research fellow working on , interested in caregiving, dementia, social relationships, loneliness and health.
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Dr Catherine Quinn Jan 24
My paper looking at positive experience in and how this relates to the caregiver is now online You can read a blog about the paper here:
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IDEAL Programme Jan 10
Join the IDEAL team. We are looking for someone with advanced statistical analysis expertise and data management experience to work with us on the IDEAL programme. See the advert below. Please RT and share.
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Louise Mansfield Dec 19
looking for reports to help us make sense of loneliness and wellbeing across the life course and in different groups - reports might not even use the word loneliness but be very relevant. Do submit
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IDEAL Programme Dec 17
NEW IDEAL papers examine contribution of psychological, social, environmental and physical factors on capability to 'live well' with for people with dementia and family carers
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Martin Knapp Dec 16
More wonderful weekend goodies! Christina Victor's systematic review of reviews on effectiveness of interventions to alleviate loneliness from . Can't say I've read every word, but this is a rich easy-to-search resource
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Adam Smith Nov 28
82% of the IDEAL Study participants with secondary health issues described themselves as physically inactive. Not surprising, but clearly something which could potentially be improved with the right support
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Isla Rippon Nov 28
Prof Christina Victor outlines the next steps for the which will enable the cohort to be followed up over 6 time points
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IDEAL Programme Nov 27
We will present findings from the IDEAL programme tomorrow at our living well symposium with , , and other key leaders from the public, private and third sectors. Use the hastag to follow updates.
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Isla Rippon Nov 8
New paper investigating impact of comorbidity on QoL of people with from Dr Sharon Nelis & colleagues
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Isla Rippon Nov 6
showcases the work produced as part of the ‘A Life More Ordinary’ project
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Isla Rippon Nov 6
Prof Christina Victor opens our event on and linked arts project ‘A Life More Ordinary’
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Dr Catherine Quinn Nov 2
Great to see a special edition of on in research including our article co-written with the advisory group the ALWAYs group
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BrunelAgeingStudies Oct 24
We are holding a free seminar on 6/11 which brings together two important strands of the Improving the Experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life (IDEAL) programmes. Guest speaker is internationally-acclaimed artist Register at
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Dr Catherine Quinn Oct 15
New report on to alleviate led by Co-I Christina Victor
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Dr Anthony Martyr Oct 9
our latest paper looking at the effect that has on the ability of people living with to live well.
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