Our work in action
Here, you’ll find case studies on some of the research and community awards we’ve previously made, as well as some which are in progress. You can search more of our academic and clinical research grant awards and the resulting publications on Europe PubMed Central.
Stories from our award-holders
Dr Tim Whitfield at University College London undertook a PhD that looked at predicting the onset of dementia in people with subjective cognitive decline (SCD) and investigated how mindfulness may help prevent cognitive decline.
Despite the UK’s ageing population, there is a lack of training in geriatric care for undergraduate medical students. In collaboration with colleagues, Dr Grace Pearson and Dr Emily Henderson, both at the University of Bristol,Find out more
Events recordings and reports
If you’re unable to attend an in-person event to hear about our award-holders’ work, we aim to make recordings and short summaries available here, together with links to related material and resources.
Explore upcoming and past events and talks
Addressing age-related issues of hearing and/or vision through healthcare technologies: kick-starter event
Watch the recorded sessions from our kick-starter event in the run-up to our themed research funding call.
We like to collaborate with other organisations that share our vision. We believe that by combining our resources and actively looking for partners with complementary capabilities, we can achieve so much more – and in the process, contribute to our own learning and development and that of the communities we serve.
View collaborative work
We’ve joined forces with the Alzheimer’s Society and Social Finance to carry out research into improving service delivery and to trial new funding mechanisms.
As part of our work on promoting a suitable living environment for our ageing population, we’ve partnered with Demos and the Centre for Ageing Better to demonstrate the “Triple Dividend” of having a national homeFind out more