In the media
News and journal articles about the NDA programme, NDA projects or ageing.
NDA in the media
NDA's Liz Lloyd interviews by Elder Magazine
Liz Lloyd discusses what definition of dignity in later life and how identity, empowerment and agency can improve care.
Elder magazine interview with Professor Alan Walker
In a recent interview with Elder magazine, Professor Walker discusses the aims and outcomes of the New Dynamics of Ageing Programme (NDA).
Pension Watch - The impact of pensions in South Africa and Brazil (PDF, 1.1MB)
Key Lessons from the comparative study on the impact of pensions in South Africa and Brazil
For further information on Ageing, wellbeing and development, the NDA project discussed in the article, visit BRAZZA2.
You're Looking Very Well by Lewis Wolpert, 30 April 2011
Will Self discusses the interdisciplinary conference organised by NDA Project, Ageing and Fiction, titled 'New Cultures of Ageing: Narratives, Fictions, Methods and Researching the Future'.
For further information on Ageing, wellbeing and development, the NDA project discussed in the article, visit Ageing and fiction.
Hi-tech Gadgets to Enrich Older People's Lives, 18 March 2011
Psychologists, computer scientists and product designers have been working with elderly people to try to come up with some gadget concepts to enrich their lives.
For further information on Ageing, wellbeing and development, the NDA project discussed in the article, visit SUS-IT.
Music for Life in the Britain in 2011 magazine (JFIF, 343KB)
An article featured in Britain in 2011, the annual magazine of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
New Dynamics of Ageing in the Britain in 2011 magazine (JFIF, 679KB)
An article written by Professor Alan Walker published in Britain in 2011, the annual magazine of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
TACT3 Odour Detector, 31 August 2010
Bristol incontinence researchers offer to pay for urine
TACT3 Smart Underwear, 3 September 2010
People are being recruited to test vibrating underwear at Bristol hospital
Age and Ageing, Oxford Journals
This editorial was written by Alan Walker and published by Age and Ageing, Oxford Journals
Britain in 2008 (PDF, 77KB)
Ageing in the media
Long-life Britain and the price we will all have to pay, 6 March 2011
This week Lord Hutton's report on public sector pensions will spark a debate about the costs of a population where the chance of celebrating your 100th birthday are growing ever greater
Hearing loss in older adults on the rise, 28February 2011
Nearly two-thirds of adults 70 and older have hearing loss, according to a new study by researchers from Johns Hopkins and the National Institute on Aging.
Why housing associations must stay wise to the needs of older people, 28 February 2011
Elderly residents are increasingly injuring themselves at homes, but plenty can be done to prevent accidents.
Are older people getting an easy ride when it comes to cuts? 24 February 2011
Are older people receiving special treatment from the government in these times of economic austerity? The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) says people over the age of 60 are dodging cuts at the expense of the young.
Recognition needed that nursing elderly is 'specialism', 23 February 2011
The healthcare system must recognise the need for specialist skills to nurse an aging population if it is to avoid the “shocking” care failures revealed in this week’s ombudsman’s report, senior nurses have warned.
Age is no limitation to social entrepreneurship, 21 February 2011
A Scottish programme provides training and support for novice social entrepreneurs in their 50s and 60s
Scandal of women over 50 who are scorned for jobs, 18 February 2011
An alarming four out of five women over 50 claim to have been overlooked in job or promotion interviews in favour of younger candidates.