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Newcastle

 

Location Newcastle
Name of centre Newcastle University Institute for Ageing
Head of centre

Professor Louise Robinson:

Other academic staff Susan Fall
Interests

Dementias/delirium/mental health

Bladder and bowel heatlh

Frailty/sarcopenia

Falls and fractures/postural stability/bone health

Rheumatology

Parkinson's Disease and other movement disorders

Geriatric Neurology

Biogerontology

Healthy ageing

Social gerontology

Stroke

Cardiovascular/syncope

Health services research

Drugs and Prescribing/polypharmacy

Diabetes and other metabolic disorders

Gastroenterology and Nutrition

Pain Assessment/Management

Proactive care in surgery

Oncology

Community geriatrics/continuing care models

The Newcastle University Institute for Ageing (NUIA) responds to the societal challenge of Ageing. We are seeking new ways to make the most of extensive opportunities associated with increasing human longevity, at the same time as solving some of the problems.  We have the largest number of academics working on aspects of ageing of any institution in Europe, many based on the Campus for Ageing and Vitality, a purpose-built campus operated in partnership with the Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

 

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