Tag Archives: Anthea Tinker

Work led by GHSM HoD Professor Karen Glaser, part of ‘Grandparents in Europe Project’, cited in the Financial Times

The work led by Professor Karen Glaser, Head of Department,  Global Health & Social Medicine, and Director, King’s Centre for Global Ageing, was cited in the Financial Times Times yesterday, in an article discusses the widening care gap in Europe … Continue reading

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New research project led by Professor Anthea Tinker (GHSM) and Professor Jenny Gallaher (KCL Dental Institute)

An exciting new research project has just started with the Principal Investigators from Global Health and Social Medicine (GHSM) and the Dental Institute.  Professor Jenny Gallagher, Dr. Tunmise Awojobi from the Dental Institute and Professor Anthea Tinker, GHSM have received … Continue reading

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Strong presence of GHSM staff and students at the British Society of Gerontology 2017 conference in Swansea July 5-7th

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 … Continue reading

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1st SSHM UG Research Showcase on Thursday 17 March 2016

It is a pleasure to announce the first SSHM UG Research Showcase on Thursday 17 March 2016 in the Great Hall, Strand Campus.  The Research Showcase is a student-led conference featuring the research posters of SSHM’s BA/BSc Global Health and Social … Continue reading

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Why should medical students study Social Gerontology? Guest-blog by Professor Anthea Tinker

This blog was written by SSHM Professor of Social Gerontology Anthea Tinker. All lecturers want their students to be passionate about the subjects they are studying. But it is rare for them to become advocates in the way that a … Continue reading

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