Mary Ni Lochlainn is an Academic Clinical Fellow in Geriatric Medicine. She works at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Mary attended the Biogerontology for Clinicians Conference in February 2018 which was co-organised by MISA and TCD.
Read Mary’s interesting blog recently posted on the British Geriatric Society website:
Asking the Big Questions in Dublin’s Fair City – Part 1
Asking the Big Questions in Dublin’s Fair City – Part 2
To listen to the programme please click on the following link, Professor Kenny’s discussion begins at 33.03 https://soundcloud.com/dcfm-1032/the-last-168-hours-11th-march-2018?in=dcfm-1032/sets/the-last-168-hours
Experts in planning and delivering care for older people honoured Professor Rose-Anne Kenny with its highest honour, the IGS Presidential medal, at the Irish Gerontological Society’s (IGS) annual scientific meeting in Wexford. This was awarded for her work on the Irish Longitudinal Study of Ageing and promoting interdisciplinary approaches to working with older people
On the 23rd of June, the Mercer’s Institute of Successful Ageing (MISA) building was named “Best Health Building” by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) at their 2017 Architecture Awards.
The awards celebrate the quality of work carried out by RIAI members in 2016 and highlight the contribution that architects make to society. The Awards, with 18 categories and 60 projects shortlisted, chose exemplary projects from across Ireland and from international projects in Hungary, Palestine, and Poland.
Find out more here.