We will promote change in society by sharing knowledge with individuals, community groups, care providers and policy makers, and supporting them to implement new initiatives.
We reject the notion that academic researchers are the sole experts in the fields of ageing, frailty and multimorbidity. Instead we seek a research model that is embedded in the real world experiences of service users, carers and practitioners. We are also implementing knowledge exchange initiatives with local and national policy making communities to ensure public health and social care policies benefit people throughout their lives, do not have adverse effects on ageing and reduce the gap between the richest and poorest in society.
CoProduce: Valuing all experience
CoProduce is designed as a space to enable collaboration through connecting researchers and stakeholders working in the health and social care context and beyond.
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Training tomorrow's leaders
We are implementing a skills development programme for postgraduate, postdoctoral, professional and clinical training. This will ensure a pipeline of talented researchers is established to continue the fight against the global epidemic of multimorbidity.
Training and capacity building