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As the research funding environment becomes ever more competitive Dr Roger O’Sullivan, Director of CARDI reflects on what
On Wednesday of this week a jointly hosted event by the Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland (CARDI) and the Reminiscence Network Northern Ireland (RNNI), gathered top researchers
Yesterday CARDI launched the report “Illustrating Ageing in Ireland - Key Facts and Figures”.
Ageing research flourishes when the research community connects with the relevant players from government, voluntary and community sector and older people themselves.
Working across Ireland, to make most of existing expertise, can be of mutual benefit to both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Investing in research infrastructure - understanding the ageing process from income to incontinence!
CARDI in association with the UK Centre for Public Health at Queens recently held a one day seminar in Belfast to examine how research on the needs of an ageing population can help inform public po
It is increasingly recognised that no single discipline can answer all the questions on ageing and there are real benefits in multi-disciplinary research collaborations s
Women are sicker but men die quicker
This week I am attending the World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics in Paris http://www.