News and Events

Information on UPCOMING EVENTS brought to you by, or in collaboration with, the Centre for Ageing Studies can be found here.


PREVIOUS EVENTS

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Brightlife Evaluation Feedback Event

April 2017

  
Welcome and Introduction
Professor Paul Kingston, Director of Centre for Ageing Studies, University of Chester
Chris McClelland, Head of Brightlife
 
OPA
Veronica Olsen, Research Assistant, University of Chester
 
Commissioned Providers
Annie Ellerton, Brightlife Co-Researcher
Julia Samulak, Brightlife Co-Researcher
 
Ageing Better NationalEvaluation   
Louise Scott, ECORYS
 
Summary to Date
Professor Paul Kingston, Director of Centre for Ageing Studies, University of Chester
 
Learning Repository
Dr Charlotte Eost-Telling, University of Chester Researcher
 
Social Prescribing
Kirsty Whiteley, Brightlife Co-Researcher
 
Quantitative Evaluation
Dr Jan Bailey, Researcher, University of Chester
 
Brightlife Qualitative
Dr Lou Taylor, Postgraduate Tutor, University of Chester

 

 

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RAID Networking Event

April 2017

Welcome from the University of Chester
Professor Tim Wheeler, Vice Chancellor, University of Chester
 
Vulnerable Adults and Safeguarding in Acute Hospitals
Professor Paul Kingston, Director, Centre for Ageing Studies, University of Chester

Frailty: Why is it important and what does it mean for Health and Social Care Policy?
Dr Martin Vernon, National Clinical Director for Older People and Person Centred Integrated Care, NHS England
 
RAID in the Community
Claire Warhurst, Service Manager, North Division, Pennine Care, NHS Foundation Trust

Premature Mortality in Severe Mental Illness
Dr Peter Byrne, Homerton University Hospital, NHS Trust

Outcome Measures in Liaison Psychiatry
Professor Allan House, Professor of Liaison Psychiatry, University of Leeds

Management of Frequent Attenders
Dr Simon Thacker, Lead Consultant Psychiatrist, Royal Derby Hospital

Update on New Care Models Programme
Jacob West, National Lead, Primary Care and Acute Systems

Vanguard MERIT Project Update
Shakeel Sabir, Coventry and Warwickshire PCT

The Future of Liaison Psychiatry
Dr Wendy Burn, The President Elect of the Royal College of Psychiatrists

 

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Visiting Professors' Seminar

March 2017

Welcome and Introduction:
Professor Janice Gidman, Associate Dean, Faculty of Health and Social Care
Professor Paul Kingston, Faculty Research Co-ordinator and Director of the Centre for Ageing Studies
 
Three short presentations by: 
 
Professor Susan Benbow, Visiting Lecturer, University of Chester

Professor Peter Dartford, Retired CEO, Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service   

Professor Sarmishtha Bhattacharyya, Visiting Professor, Consultant Psychiatrist, Old Age Psychiatry, Wrexham, BCUHB

 

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Frailty: why is it important and what does
it mean for health and social care policy?

March 2017

Dr. Martin Vernon
National Clinical Director for Older People and Person Centred Integrated Care at NHS England 

Slides from this seminar are available to download from the right-hand side of this page.

 

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Studying Ageing in an Unstable World,
Theoretical and Methodological Challenges

April 2016

Prof Chris Phillipson
University of Manchester, UK

This was a Key Note presentation of ‘Advancing the Study of Ageing through Innovative Methodologies’, a PhD workshop of the ESA Research Network on Ageing in Europe, 5-7 April 2016, hosted by the University of Chester, Centre for Ageing Studies. Information on other Key Note Speakers is available here. 

 

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Revisiting Cicero in Liquid Modernity!

March 2016

Professor Paul Kingston RNMH, RMN, RNT, PGCert Ed, MA, PhD, ARSH, HFRSPH

Prof Kingston's Professorial Inaugural Lecture, entitled Cato Maior De Senectute (Cato the Elder on Old Age): Revisiting Cicero in Liquid Modernity 

 

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Public Health and Scams:
Whose Responsibility?

March 2016

Duncan Selbie
Chief Executive, Public Health England

This was the Key Note presentation of Conference ‘Scams and their health implications. Should they carry a health warning, are they hazardous to your health?’, 7 March 2016, hosted by the University of Chester, Centre for Ageing Studies in conjunction with Public Health England and Halton Borough Council. Additional presentations from the conference can be downloaded via the link above.

 

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Adult Safeguarding ‘Everybody’s Responsibility’
Panel Discussion

February 2016

Chaired by Professor Richard Parish

Part of the GMC Adult Safeguarding Conference, 24 February 2016 hosted by the University of Chester, Centre for Ageing Studies. Slides from this event are available to download from the right-hand side of this page.

 

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Scurrilous scams: mechanisms, outcomes
and implications

December 2015 

Professor Judith Lathlean, BSc (Econ), MA, DPhil
Southampton University

  

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