Healthy Ageing Lecture #5: Ageing Intelligence™ - Valuing Citizen and Consumer VOICE
We urgently need proven products and services to support healthy ageing and longevity. By engaging citizens and consumers, we can ensure that we address the right needs and priorities across innovative design and developments.
Find out how the UK National Innovation for Ageing and VOICE – an international organisation which harnesses the insights and experience of older people – is working with businesses to create products needed to support people around the globe to live better, healthier, longer lives.
Professor Lynne Corner
Professor Lynne Corner leads Patient and Public Involvement with the NIHR Newcastle Biomedical Research Centre.
She is also Director of VOICE, an organisation based at the National Innovation Centre for Ageing, Newcastle University. VOICE was established to harness the immense experience and insights of the public, identify and understand citizen needs and priorities, and work closely with research and businesses to develop evidence based products and services to support health across the life course.
Professor Corner is also Director of Engagement for the Faculty of Medical Sciences, and is a member of NIHR INVOLVE.
She currently co-leads the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership for older people living with multiple conditions, and is a member of the Academy of Medical Sciences Working Group on ‘Addressing the global challenge of multimorbidity’.
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