FLARE Summer School August 2012

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The fourth in the FLARE Summer Schools will take place in Ireland in August 2012.  The Summer Schools bring together FLARE Fellows (past and present) and other post-docs from ERA-AGE partner countries in three days of lectures, discussion groups, networking and social events.  

This invitation only event, which is a collaboration with NUI Galway and CARDI, will take place in Galway between 6th and 9th August.

The programme, speaker bios and presentations can be downloaded below.

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FLARE Summer School 2012 - Ireland(21)

SS4 programme

The programme for the Summer School 6-9th August 2012.

PDF, 205 KB SS4 Programme.pdf

Alan Walker, University of Sheffield, UK

The Future of Ageing Research in Europe

PDF, 1.4 MB SS4 02 Walker.pdf

Mirka Rauniomaa, University of Oulu, Finland

Back behind the wheel: Social interactional Perspectives on Older drives and driver education

Nicolas Sirven, IRDES, France

Frailty Research in Economics, Society, and Health (FRESH)

PDF, 238 KB SS4 05 Sirven.pdf

Jenni Kulmala, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Are psychosocial symptoms and self-rated health early and shared risk factors for physical disability and cognitive decline in old age? (PSCog)

PDF, 151 KB SS4 06 Kulmala.pdf

Ana Maria Buga, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Craiova, Romania

Identification of axonal growth-relevant genes in the aged post-stroke brain

PDF, 1.4 MB SS4 07 Buga.pdf

Fredrica Nyqvist, National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Finland

Social Capital, Loneliness and Mental Well-Being in an Ageing Population: Social Inequalities

PDF, 393 KB SS4 08 Nyqvist.pdf

Anna Dahl, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Weight trajectories and health in late life; a life course approach

PDF, 1.3 MB SS4 09 Dahl.pdf

Marja Jylha, University of Tampere, Finland

Multi-disciplinary Research

PDF, 262 KB SS4 10 Jylha.pdf

Petra Grönholm-Nyman, Åbo Akademi University, Finland

Cognitive training in normal and aging and Mild Congitive Impairment

Anja Leist, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Health in Old Age: A study on the interplay of Economic and Individual influences

PDF, 89 KB SS4 12 Leist.pdf

Henna Hasson, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Successful implementation of improvement programs in elderly care

PDF, 1.1 MB SS4 14 Hasson.pdf

Roman Romero-Ortuno, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

A Frailty Instrument for Primary Care: findings from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE)