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BMJ Response letter authored by iBSc Gerontology students and Professor Anthea Tinker

The eight medical students who are doing an intercalated BSc in the Institute of Gerontology, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine have been working informally with  their personal tutor Professor Anthea Tinker on a research project on ‘Volunteering in a Care … Continue reading

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Hear Professor Nik Rose discussing how urbanisation is affecting our mental health on new ‘Policy Forum Pod’

Do you live in a city? If so, you share something in common with over the half the world’s population. In fact, the United Nations predicts that two-thirds of the world will live in cities by 2050. Policymakers have begun … Continue reading

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Applications now open for applications for Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods for Social Science and Health.

The Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King’s College London is now accepting applications for the Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods for Social Science and Health. The Postgraduate Certificate is aimed at social science and health researchers, professionals and … Continue reading

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Open evening for prospective postgraduate students Wednesday June 8th Strand Campus

Save the date in your diary for next SSHM open evening which will take place  at the Strand Campus on Wednesday June 8th. All prospective students for any of our Master’s programmes are invited to the open evening. Programme 17.00-17:30 Registration and welcome Strand Campus, … Continue reading

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SSHM Seminar Nov 18th with Professor Anthea Tinker: “How Age-Friendly is London? A review of Changing Policies and Practices”

We are delighted to announce out upcoming SSHM Seminar Series event on Wednesday November 18th. Professor Anthea Tinker (Institute of Gerontology, Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine, King’s College London) will talk about her work on “How Age-Friendly is London? A review of Changing … Continue reading

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