The event ‘London Leads: the Capital Challenges, King’s responds’ explored the breadth and depth of King’s expertise on London. It highlighted the potential for greater collaboration between academics and policy makers in addressing these challenges.
Megan Acton, who graduated last month with an MA in Ageing and Society has just been appointed as Project Officer for the International Federation on Ageing (IFA), based in Toronto. The IFA’s vision is a ‘world of healthy people whose rights are both protected and respected.’ The Project Officer position plays a central role in […]
Addressing the needs of older people in relation to the places where they live is one of the urgent public health issues of our time. We are delighted to announce that Professor Anthea Tinker, Institute of Gerontology, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine has obtained a collaborative London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine/KCL grant […]