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LHA Invited Presentations 2015

Davis D.
School in Old Age Neuropsychopharmacology.  ‘Delirium, neuropsychiatric symptoms and related issues’.  European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Venice, 20th May 2015.

Hardy R.
Life course epidemiology: from theory to application. Life Course Methods conference. Leeds, 2015.

Hardy R.
Life course trajectories: development and decline. WUN conference. Hong Kong, 27 April 2015.

Hardy R.
Body composition across life and the obesogenic environment. Longitudinal Studies: Maximising their value for Ageing Research. Wellcome Trust conference, Cambridge. 21-23 July 2015.

Kuh D.
Population ageing: a life course approach. Webinar. Canadian Longitudinal Study of Ageing. 21 January.

Kuh D.
Life course epidemiology: aiming for a century of UK cohort studies.  MARCH Centre Seminar Series, LSHTM, Feb 5.

Kuh D.
Current definition/concept of Active and Healthy Ageing.  Medical University of Lodz - A Conference on Translational Research in Healthy Ageing. 16 April 2016

Kuh D.
Population Ageing: a life course approach. Grand Round on Healthy Ageing, UCL, 22 April.

Kuh D.
A life course approach to ageing. University of Third Age, Islington, London. 23 April

Kuh D.
A Life Course Approach to Healthy Ageing.  Healthy Ageing, Population & Society annual seminar.  University of Groningen. 18 June.

Kuh D.
The life course perspective in epidemiology. Department of Anthropology, Durham University. 2 December.

Richards M.
A life course approach to mental ageing. Creative Dementia Arts Network Annual General Meeting, April 2015.

Richards M.
A life course approach to health literacy. 3rd European Health Literacy Conference; Developing Health Literacy During the Life Course. Brussels, Belgium, November 2015.

Sharma N.
Welsh Stroke Conference, 2015

Sharma N.
The Blizzard Institute, QMUL, February 2015