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Odessa Programme: Approaches to Health and Social Care for Older People

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13.19 Arts Tower

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Sheffield

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The Odessa project team, led by Professor Karim Hadjri, would like to invite you to attend a day of talks and presentations featuring experts in health and social care, with a specific focus on the ageing population.

As well as enhancing your knowledge and understanding of current practice and research in health and social care of older people in the UK, France and China, there will be opportunity to discuss topics being raised and network with speakers and guests.


  • Older People’s programme at Public Health England. Alison Iliff, Public Health England (PHE)

  • Approaches to Dementia Care in Ireland: North & South. Dr Una Lynch, Sonrisa Solutions Limited

  • NHS England’s Healthy New Towns Programme. Daniel Northam Jones, National Health Service (NHS) England

  • Odessa project: Older people’s housing choices as expressed by residential mobility. Sandrine Juin & Louis Arnault, Paris Dauphine University

  • Housing norms and comfort in the ageing society of Kunming, China first results. Professor Yankel Fijalkow, Paris National School of Architecture, Peng Mingsheng, Architect and Senior ingineer and Jiequan WANG, Architect and visiting scholar.

  • How smart home technology will be used to support older adults to live independently and well for longer. Kara-Louise Dutton, Orbit Housing and Dina Shah, Co-Director of Rahana Life Ltd.

  • Reducing social isolation in people aged 50+. Gareth Parkin, South Yorkshire Housing Association


Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided, please contact Odessaproject@uclan.ac.uk with any questions, dietary or mobility requrements.

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