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Images of Care

University of Edinburgh

Images of Care

In-person workshop posted 2 weeks ago

Date & time

Thursday 27 April, 2023
10:00 - 16:00




£30 Love2shop voucher


This opportunity is looking for people who are:

  • 50 - 100 yrs old


The Catalyst – Argo Room, 3 Science Square, Newcastle Helix, Newcastle, NE4 5TG


This opportunity will provide refreshments


The workshop will be 2 hours long with a break in the middle. Throughout the workshop you will be asked to:  

  • share your views on images in the news  
  • participate in activities around these images 
  • engage with discussions about the news  


Participation will be seated and will not involve physical activity. You do not need to be an expert in the topic or in research, simply interested in the project and be able to honestly comment on the topic. 

The workshop will be in person and held at The Catalyst Newcastle on April 27th.

We will run the same workshop twice to maximise participation. You can choose which workshop you would prefer to attend. Both workshops will take place on Thursday 27th April. The first will be at 10.00-12.00 and the second from 2.00-4.00pm.

The workshop will be conducted by Dr Nichole Fernández, the researcher on the project. Directions and further details about the workshop will be provided.  


Care Arts & Culture

Where to go

The Catalyst – Argo Room, 3 Science Square, Newcastle Helix, Newcastle, NE4 5TG, England

What you'll receive


£30 Love2shop voucher


Hosted by Jenny Robertson

Member since 6 Mar 2023
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University of Edinburgh

Joined in Mar 2023

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The University of Edinburgh joined VOICE in Spring 2021 via the Advanced Care Research Centre, a new partnership between the University and Legal & General.

The Advanced Care Research Centre (ACRC) is a multi-disciplinary research programme with a vision of high‐quality, data‐driven, personalised and affordable care that supports the independence, dignity and quality‐of‐life of people living in their own homes and in supported care environments.

Our aim is to transform care in later life using personalised care enabled by data science, artificial intelligence, assistive technologies and robotics embedded in systems of health and social care which are highly responsive to the wishes, priorities and needs of individual people in later life.

By working closely with VOICE members, we can ensure that the views and experiences of the public are at the centre of all our research.

If you have any queries, please get in touch with the team at [email protected]

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