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.
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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
Following the success of our two previous award rounds in 2020 and 2022, we are once again offering the opportunity for research institutions to apply for funding to support cohorts of PhD students focused on themesFind out more
The next round of our Joint Doctoral Training Fellowship scheme with the British Geriatrics Society is now open, with a deadline for applications of 31 March 2023.
Hearing loss is a growing problem in an ageing population – by the time a person is 60, there is a more than 50% chance that they will have some form of hearing loss, yetFind out more
Open for applications for an Evaluation and Shared Learning Partner Following the successful publication of the Technology for our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation (TAPPI) Inquiry report in October 2021, we are now launching aFind out more
The Dunhill Medical Trust (DMT) and the British Geriatrics Society (BGS) invite front-line health professionals to apply for a Doctoral Training Fellowship. After the success of the previous three funding rounds, this is the firstFind out more
Once again, we’re delighted to announce that we’ve partnered with RNID to fund a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship, aiming to build research capacity in hearing research. Supporting the career development of the UK’s most talented newFind out more
Join us at the Housing LIN‘s Festival of Ideas on 7th December at 3pm to hear more about the TAPPI Inquiry report. The session will examine how new smart homes and care technologies can driveFind out more
Funded by the Dunhill Medical Trust, and managed by SCIE, the Commission on the Role of Housing in the Future of Care and Support was established in October 2020. Composed of a group of leadersFind out more
Paul Burstow discusses the crucial link between housing and health in article published today in Health Service Journal. Paul co-chairs the Commission on the Role of Housing in the Future of Care with Professor JulienneFind out more
Housing settings don’t always provide the choice and availability for people who use care and support services. That’s the conclusion in our report, published on 18 February 2021 with SCIE (the Social Care Institute forFind out more
Led by the St Monica Trust, in partnership with the Housing LIN, we’re delighted to announce our support for the RE-COV project. The aim of the research project is to better understand the experiences of retirementFind out more
Two characteristics of our new strategic framework are around encouraging multidisciplinary approaches to problem solving and working across sectoral and organisational boundaries. We hope this report inspires you to collaborate with the emerging band ofFind out more
Technology to Aid our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation (TAPPI) – developing a benchmark for what ‘good’ looks like in technology for housing and care
There has been a ‘revolution’ in the way that digital and online technologies, communications and media have influenced our daily lives over the past few decades. However, the same cannot be said for the roleFind out more
Social Care Institute for Excellence and Dunhill Medical Trust launch new Commission on the Role of Housing in the Future of Care and Support
With funding from DMT, a new commission has been set up to develop an evidence-based vision and roadmap for housing in the future of care and support. It will review progress of the 2014 CommissionFind out more
Zinc was created in 2017, founded by Paul Kirby, Ella Goldner, Saul Klein and Julia Black, with the aim of testing different ways to tackle society’s most important problems. The team set out to: UnlockFind out more
In this innovative community programme, co-funded with the Alzheimer’s Society, researchers will work in and with care homes to develop a model for research that is collaborative and effective.
In November 2018, we partnered with Nesta to launch an innovation programme to support social movements seeking to bring about change in health and social care. We are excited to announce that we have nowFind out more
96% of older households live in mainstream housing, and most older people say they would like to remain in their home as they age. Despite this, there has been a critical lack of investment inFind out more
Care Home Friends and Neighbours Intergenerational Linking Project: linking older people in care homes with young people in their communities
Fostering relationships and links across generations can bring benefits to all. With matched funding from the National Lottery Community Fund #iwill campaign, the Dunhill Medical Trust is supporting projects that are establishing intergenerational links betweenFind out more
The Dunhill Medical Trust has partnered with the Association of British Neurologists to co-fund a three three-year Doctoral Training Fellowship to support talented clinicians with an interest in developing a research career.
The Dunhill Medical Trust has partnered with the British Geriatrics Society to co-fund three three-year Doctoral Training Fellowships to support front-line health professionals with an interest in developing a research career.