Harnessing the social capital of ageing populations in rural communities to foster innovation
With a wealth of life and professional experience, older people could hold the key to revitalising rural communities, researchers say.
PEMC Industrial Solutions - healthy ageing/biomedical
What's on at the University of Plymouth: PEMC Industrial Solutions - healthy ageing/biomedical. Discover what Electron Microscopy could do for your business. University of Plymouth, 18 July 2019.
Supporting the needs of the frail older person (degree and masters level)
The University of Plymouth offers a 'supporting the needs of the frail older person' module, designed for all healthcare staff at degree and masters level to develop understanding of the impact of ageing and how to apply this knowledge in practice.
New app widens opportunities for dementia assessment
Plymouth University news: A team of clinicians from Plymouth, UK, and Sydney, Australia, have launched ACEmobile - a free-to-use app to support the assessment of dementia, worldwide.
Voyage: Healthy ageing in a healthy community. VOYAGE is a research initiative on healthy and active ageing within healthy communities. It brings together more than 75 academics across Plymouth University faculties, in topics such as dementia and ageing.
Lifecourse and ageing
University of Plymouth: Lifecourse and ageing research at the University of Plymouth.
Innovation in Healthy Ageing Devon
University of Plymouth: The Innovation in Healthy Ageing project is designed to improve healthy ageing in Devon.
Governments could do more to support people’s transport needs
European governments could be doing more to develop transport policies that ensure those over the age of 65 remain active and mobile, according to a new study led by the University of Plymouth with the Erfurt University of Applied Sciences
Ageing Research Group
The Ageing Research Group brings together researchers from across the University leading to real world impact locally and nationally.
Technology and ageing
Technology and ageing within the Voyage research group at Plymouth University