19 Jan 2023
What kind of technology is wanted to support active and healthy ageing?
Technology adoption for active and healthy ageing, through a generational lens (half-time review Jens Offerman).
12 Dec 2022
CASE guest researcher Wenqian Xu receives large international postdoc grant from Swedish Research Council
Childlessness is a growing phenomenon in many countries, especially in China. Wenqian Xu will the next three years work with evidence-building, capacity-building and public-engagem...
8 Sep 2022
New article from CASE: User involvement in ageing and health research: a survey of researchers’ and older adults’ perspectives
Ageing and health researchers involve users in their research to improve quality and ensure relevance, but there is no consensus among them whether users should be involved in publ...
30 May 2022
Erik Smedberg Licentiate thesis defense
On June the 16th at 09.15, Erik Smedberg will defend his Licentiate thesis “Egressibility – Applying the concept of accessibility to the self-evacuation of people with functional l...
11 Apr 2022
New research article: A hundred days in confinement: Doing, being, becoming, and belonging among older people in Sweden during the COVID-19 pandemic
This study explains how older people experienced and managed everyday life during the first 100 days of the coronavirus pandemic. The findings showed how doing was adapted and chan...
5 Apr 2022
Susanne Iwarsson is awarded the Sohlberg Prize - the Nordic region's largest prize in ageing research
The jury has unanimously agreed to award the Susanne Iwarsson Sohlberg Prize. To be eligible, the candidate must have built up a strong research group and initiated research of gre...
26 Mar 2022
The first UserAge PhD student defends her dissertation
Christine Etzerodt Laustsen's dissertation is part of the research program UserAge. The goal of the program is to gain more knowledge about involvement of older people, relatives a...
9 Mar 2022
New processes and products through "Social rights and housing for the aging population"
Lund University's collaboration initiatives are meeting places for knowledge and development in a number of different defined problem areas. “Social rights and housing for the agin...
4 Feb 2022
Urgent need to develop sustainable housing policies for older people in their home environments
CASE PhD student Christina Heller just had her Mid-way review: "Simulation models as a tool to compare housing policies for a population aging in place".
1 Feb 2022
CASE studies on the importance of the environment for aging receive funding
Congratulations to CASE researcher Giedre Gefenaite who has received so-called "research space" for three years from the Medical Faculty Board. Giedre is active in the research gro...