The INNOVAGE project ended in November 2015 but the website will remain online to showcase our activities and accomplishments.
Are you a PhD engaged in research on ageing and health who is interested in discussing and planning for your continued academic career together with others? The Swedish National Graduate School for Competitive Science on Ageing and Health (SWEAH) invites junior researchers from both Sweden and abroad to apply to a course in how to take the next step in their careers. The course is open to researches…
Materials from the final INNOVAGE conference now available
Presentations and video now available from the conference which took place in Gothenburg, Sweden on 6 September 2015.
In March 2016 the European Commission, in cooperation with the European Investment Bank Institute, will launch the first ever Horizon Prize for Social Innovation. The theme of the prize is subject to public vote and the five shortlisted themes include the ageing population. Vote now to have your say.
The article, titled "Combining apps targeting professionals and senior citizens to improve housing accessibility and influence housing provision policies" has recently been published in Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Led by EMES, the development of co-SIRA began in November 2014 and an initial proposal of research themes is open for discussion.
A new report from the SIforAGE project on Best practices on evidence–based policymaking and policy recommendations on Active and Healthy Ageing, focusing on three areas: labour, health and transport.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre – Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS) have launched a survey to map social innovation which supports integrated social services. This is part of a project on ICT-enabled social innovation which will explore the relevance, impact and transferability of social innovation. Specifically IESI (ICT-Enabled Social Innovation…
An update on the iStep app which fosters intergenerational collaboration for health through a step-based activity programme.