Dr Louise Lafortune will discuss future age friendly communities as part of the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing seminar series.
Please note that this event is taking place in-person at the Oxford Martin School and online via Zoom. You will need to register and indicate whether you wish to attend in person or online. Please register 12 hours before the seminar.
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This seminar series is organised by the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing.
Dr Louise Lafortune
Senior Research Associate, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge
Louise is a Principal Investigator for the NIHR School of Public Health Research and coordinator of engagement activities for SPHR@cam. A Senior Research Associate at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, Louise specialises in Public Health and Ageing. She is co-investigator on the UK National Evaluation of Dementia Friendly Communities Study (DEMCOM) and leads a NIHR CLAHRC project on Frailty and Care Trajectories, which harnesses routinely collected data across care settings. Her research interests encompass the development, evaluation and implementation of interventions and service delivery models aimed at improving care for individuals with complex needs, specifically frail older people. Concerned with the practical application of research findings for population benefit, her expertise includes evidence synthesis, public health analysis and evaluation of changes in services configuration and delivery resulting from health and social care innovation.