These monthly, member led, sessions will be hosted by the Community of Practice Team and are for projects already receiving funding through UKRI. The catch up session is a chance to informally meet with other members in the healthy ageing sector.
This event will be an opportunity for the SBD Research Programme projects to explore how the Community of Practice can support you as part of the SBD Research Programme and also to explore ways in which you can get involved in our activities and events.
The demographic and economic characteristics of older workers aged 50 years and over prior to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and how the impact of the pandemic on older workers has varied based on these characteristics.
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) commissioned this study to explore how social enterprise is evolving as a result of Covid-19 and the role it could play in supporting the healthy ageing agenda. UKRI’s Healthy Ageing Challenge is already supporting a portfolio of initiatives to develop new markets for healthy ageing and is interested in how social enterprises can contribute further to improving the experience for all.