NIHR ARCs national webinars: Health inequalities in later life

  • 10 July 2024
  • 1:00pm
  • Free
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Part of the NIHR ARCs national webinars: Health inequalities collection.

This year’s national #ARCseminar series explores how health inequity cuts across life stages and places.

The third webinar of the series explores: Health inequalities in later life.

Three short 10-minute talks cover research on LGBTQ+ inclusive care, palliative care needs of ethnically diverse patients and dementia inequalities.


This webinar is chaired by Professor Marion Walker, MBE, a world-leading authority in stroke rehabilitation. She is the NIHR ARC East Midlands Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee Chair and also the Collaboration Lead between the ARC and Health Innovation East Midlands.


  • NIHR ARC Kent, Surrey and Sussex’s Dr Jolie Keemink on inclusive residential care for LGBTQ+ elders
  • NIHR ARC South London’s Dr Sabrina Bajwah on understanding palliative care needs of ethnically diverse patients
  • NIHR ARC North West Coast’s Dr Clarissa Giebel on dementia inequalities

About NIHR ARCs:

ARCs are the network of 15 NIHR Applied Research Collaborations (NIHR ARCs) – a research service close to the beating heart of health and social care.

NIHR ARCs support applied health and care research across the country and are funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR).

For more information and to find your local ARC see the NIHR ARCs website, join the monthly national newsletter and follow on X @NIHRARCs.

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