We are proud to be a community partner on two of Dunhill Medical Trust’s recently awarded research projects on the theme building and delivering suitable living environments and communities for an ageing population. We would like to thank the peer reviewers and panel of independent experts for assessing the applications. We are encouraged from their feedback, as we are committed to working closely with universities in the development of research proposals to ensure the combination of our expertise deliver real benefits to the lives of older people.   

“We were really impressed by the quality of the full applications we received  

and, in particular, in those applications where it was clear  

that detailed planning had taken place  

between the research teams and community partners.” 

To learn more about Dunhill Medical Trust’s funding call see their latest blog post here. United St Saviour’s Charity is collaborating on the Almshouse Resilient Communities (ARC) for the Future with UCL and Impact of a novel, inclusive, community-based food model on health, wellbeing and social connectedness of older people with Bournemouth University. 

Huge congratulations to all of the successful applicants. We are looking forward to working closely with our academic partners, Dunhill Medical Trust and sharing this exciting learning journey with our fellow community partners.  

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