Blog entries

Coronavirus: why young and old must pull together to survive this, by Gemma Carney.  This blog was published on The Conversation on 19 March 2020.

Speed-dating in China leads to funding call…, by Gemma Carney.  This blog was published on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology) on 27 July 2019.

Imagining their Future Selves: Children’s Attitudes to Older People and their Expectations of Life at Age 70, by Katrina Lloyd, Paula Devine and Gemma M. Carney. This blog was published on Sociology Lens on 1 November 2018.

Transforming Ageing Across Borders: collaborating with the Irish Gerontological Society, by Paula Devine. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 29 October 2018.

Old Friends or Young Friends – they are all worth the time and effort, by Gemma Carney. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 13 April 2018.

Very pleased to meet you, NICOLA: understanding ageing in Northern Ireland, by Paula Devine. This blog was on QPol (Queen’s University Belfast), on 4 December 2017.

Very pleased to meet you, NICOLA: understanding ageing in Northern Ireland, by Paula Devine. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 1 December 2017.

BSG and devolution: why now?, by Paula Devine. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 30 October 2017.

The Future of Gerontology is in Safe Hands, by Gemma Carney. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 8 July 2017.

Burying our heads in the sand? Social care in Northern Ireland, by Paula Devine and Ann Marie Gray. This blog was published on QPol (Queen’s University Belfast), on 30 June 2017.

Burying our heads in the sand? Social care in Northern Ireland, Paula Devine and Ann Marie Gray. This blog was published on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 29 June 2017.

Grandparent’s Experiences of Kinship Care – Repair and Rescue, rather than Pleasure and Leisure, by Gemma Carney. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 7 June 2017.

Who really cares?, by Paula Devine and Ann Marie Gray. This blog was published on QPol (Queen’s University Belfast), on 24 February 2017.

Look lively: using objects to reflect a long life, by Paula Devine. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), in February 2017.

What will all the ‘stuff’ you own mean when you’re older?, by Gemma Carney. This blog was published on The Conversation, on 26 December 2016.

Playing catch up? Adult social care in Northern Ireland, by Alexandra Chapman. This blog was published on International Longevity Centre blog, on 31 October 2016.

Imagining the future: Growing older together?, by Alexandra Chapman. This blog was published on Policy and Politics Journal blog, on 7 September 2016.

Don’t Blame the Boomers for Brexit – learn from them: Vote!, by Gemma Carney. This blog was published on QPol (Queen’s University Belfast), on 5 July 2016.

Gerontology is good for you… so is gardening, by Gemma Carney. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 10 June 2016.

Dementia: Politics and science must work hand in hand to remove the fear, by Gemma Carney. This blog was published on QPol (Queen’s University Belfast), on 22 April 2016.

Imagine Belfast – Enter the campervan of dreams and imagine the future we all deserve…, by Gemma Carney. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 18 March 2016.

Dementia: look closer, by Paula Devine and Elizabeth Byrne McCullough.  This blog was published on QPol (Queen’s University Belfast), on 11 December 2015.

Wise Owls Come Home to Roost, by Gemma Carney, Mabel Stevenson, Paula Devine and Lynn Johnston. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), on 29 October 2015.

Is Northern Ireland Ageing Well?, by Paula Devine and Gemma M Carney. This blog was published on QPol (Queen’s University Belfast), on 27 August 2015.

Re-Presenting Age: Launching the BSG in Northern Ireland in Style, by Gemma Carney, Mabel Stevenson, Paula Devine and Lynn Johnston. This blog was on Ageing Issues (British Society of Gerontology), in May 2015.