There was a strong presence of GHSM staff and students at the annual conference of the British Society of Gerontology from July 5th – 7th at the University of Swansea. This included these 2 symposia. The Extending Working Lives research (led by Professor Karen Glaser, Head of Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King’s College London) by Dr Laurie Corna, Professor Debora Price, Dr Giorgio di Gessa and Lawrence Sacco and ‘What could possibly go wrong’ led by Professor Anthea Tinker and Dr Christina Victor. Papers were also given by Professor Anthea Tinker on Mobility, Mood and Place and on ‘Volunteering before medical school: working with older people’ with Victoria Berdugo, Michael Buckland, Lois Crabtree, Anistta Maheswaran, Andrea Ogg, Jasmine Patel, Emilia Pusey and Chandini Sureshkumar . Other presentations included ‘Issues arising from the Mental Capacity Act, 2005’ by James Fletcher and Suzanne Snowden and ‘Outcomes of day centres for older people’ by Katharine Orellana,
- BrainEx technology: Consider the pig – killed, humanised, resuscitated, for the benefit of whom?
- Bioethics & Society alumni series – featuring Gemma McKenzie, ESCR funded PhD candidate at King’s
- 2019 Bioethics & Society alumni series – Featuring Richard Gibson, PhD candidate in Bioethics & Medical Jurisprudence at the University of Manchester